Ryan Glasspiegel
Tuesday December 3rd, 2013

Schwenksville, PA resident Bob Witt has a home. He has an engineering degree from Penn State. And he has a presumably unrivaled affinity for programming elaborate Christmas light shows. Combine those three possessions—as Witt has spent five years doing—and you get Lights on Stallion: A 45,000-light arrangement set to various songs, the most notable of which is the Nittany Lion marching band's "Fight on State". In all, Witt has programmed eight songs for his home. "It takes a very long time," he says.

Impressive? Of course. But to be fair, Witt was standing on the shoulders of giants:

Football Season


Indiana Beats Kentucky


Black and Yellow Black and Yellow Black and Yellow


[Onward State via College Spun]

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