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Paternoville Set-Up Delayed to Monday

Due to thunderstorms in the area expected to last through the night, Paternoville will not be setting up until tomorrow in anticipation for Saturday’s clash vs. #2 Alabama.

Camper registration via ANGEL still occurred 7pm on Sunday as previously scheduled, and will remain open. One member of each group must be present at Gate A by tomorrow at Noon, and tents will go up at 3pm.

“We looked at the forecast and decided that postponing tent setup would be best for all involved,” said Paternoville Coordination Committee President John Tecce. “This campout has been highly anticipated for months, even years, and we didn’t want to put our campers at risk with the possibility of thunderstorms overnight.”

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