The annual White Out is a memorable experience for Penn State fans, but it is known to make life difficult for opponents.

One coach that knows a thing or two about being the visiting team for a White Out is Urban Meyer. The former Ohio State head coach turned analyst led the Buckeyes to a win in 2018, but that game came down to a fourth-down stop late in the game.

During a Wednesday segment, Meyer discussed how the Nittany Lions have looked through Week 7. He admitted to being a little surprised as the offense in 2019, but a lot of that has to do with the departure of guys like Trace McSorley and Miles Sanders:

“They have very good skill, but I am a bit surprised by their offensive production,” said Meyer.

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He went on to break down this week’s game against Michigan. Meyer expects the game will shed a lot of light on both teams, but he is mainly happy he doesn’t have to be the visiting coach for this White Out:

“This (week) will tell a lot. Obviously they’ve got the White Out,” explained Meyer. “The best thing about the White Out is I don’t have to be there this week…we’ll know more after this week.”

You can check out his entire segment, courtesy of Penn State on BTN:

Hopefully, the White Out does make life difficult for head coach Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines.