Paternoville to Begin Monday for Nebraska
Believe it or not, November is upon us, which means crunch time for Penn State football.
With #10 Nebraska coming to town a week from Saturday, Paternoville has announced a “weeklong” campout, set to begin this Monday, leading up to what will be a crucial Big Ten battle for Penn State.
“The Alabama campout earlier this year was incredible, and I expect the Nebraska campout to rival that,” said Paternoville President (and Onward State’s own) John Tecce. “I’m expecting my last campout as a student, as President, to be the best.”
ANGEL registration for the Nebraska campout will begin at 7 P.M. on Monday (11/7) evening. At least one member of each group (of up to 10) should be present at Gate A by 8 P.M. The tent town will then set up shop at 11 P.M., which is usually followed by a traditional drumline to kick off the week. A full schedule for the campout can be found here.
Additionally, Paternoville will host the second annual Trashcan Football Tournament next Wednesday night at 7 P.M. Registration will begin Monday and will be $20 per team of two, and all proceeds will go to Uplifting Athletes. All participants will receive a Paternoville Trashcan Football hat and be entered to win raffle prizes. Contact [email protected] for more information.
If you have never done Paternoville before, I would highly recommend reading this and coming out for what should be an awesome campout. Seniors, if you haven’t done Paternoville yet, this is your last chance!
“We’re hoping for a good and exciting campout with a lot of campers,” said Paternoville Vice President Mike Higgins when asked about what he expects from the Nebraska campout. “This is a really big game, and the last home game for seniors. The atmosphere should be pretty awesome.”
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