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Blue & White Weekend Announced

Take the tarps off your grills and start stocking up on hot dogs and beverages of your choosing, because Penn State has announced the dates for the 2010 Blue-White Weekend. This year’s spring football bonanza will take place April 23-24 with the game having no significance on any type of record starting at 2:00 pm on Saturday the 24th.

While watching Kevin Newsome’s development and seeing our new linebacking corps will be the highlight of the weekend, make sure to take full advantage of all the goings-on. Other sports teams should be playing as well that weekend, and with Happy Valley at near capacity, the atmosphere for these other events should rival post-season games for these teams.

Also, who doesn’t love a carnival?

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