"It was good," Fisher said of the spring scrimmage. "It was very cold, rainy and windy, though."
The weather drove away many fans – but not Fisher and his family.
"We didn't get to do much because of the conditions," Fisher said. "We didn't get to tour much of the campus, so we pretty much just went to the game."
But they have a remedy: "We are going back again soon to tour," Fisher said.
No date has been set for his return visit, but Fisher likes what the Lions have to offer – even in the rain.
"I like the tradition," Fisher said. "I like Coach (Larry) Johnson a lot, and I have family in Pennsylvania."
He added, "I like the area a lot."
The Lions have yet to offer Fisher, and are sticking with their original plan when it comes to quarterback recruits.
"I talked to Coach Johnson," Fisher said of a potential PSU offer. "But they told me the exact same thing they have been saying for months."
The PSU coaches are waiting to see how many more QB prospects they extend an offer too, based on how many (if any) leave the team — they will decide by early May.
Until then, Penn State is in a good spot with Fisher, and will have plenty of opportunities to reel him in.