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[Video] Timeflies Tuesday Features Beaver Stadium and Penn State

Cal and Rez, of pop duo Timeflies, promised that they would feature Penn State in a “Timeflies Tuesday” when they performed at Alumni Hall on March 21. They delivered late last night with the drop of their long-anticipated cover of “Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line.

Penn State makes its first appearance in this Timeflies Tuesday at the 0:35 mark, with a clip of a raucous Nittany Lion crowd in Alumni Hall, followed by a panning shot of Beaver Stadium and the highway exit sign for Penn State and State College at the 0:39 mark. A few more clips of the Penn State show are featured in the rest of the video, in between freestyle verses.

There are a few sparse seconds of an acoustic show in Cleveland — at least it’s not Columbus, right? — but the true stars of this music video are the 900 people packed into Alumni Hall. The entire vibe of the video feeds off of this frenzy of a crowd, with flashlights on and hands in the air.

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