Penn State Arrives in Dublin, Safe and Sound
Penn State 1, massive volcano 0.
Iceland’s ominous volcano didn’t erupt, and the football team arrived safely in Dublin this morning with less than 70 hours until kickoff in Croke Park. And despite how Lee Corso thinks the trip should go, the players and coaches have been tweeting their excitement all morning.
Young king in Ireland pic.twitter.com/W0QDiyNKkU
— Tyrone Smith (@_Eighty88Eight_) August 27, 2014
— Josh Gattis (@Coach_Gattis) August 27, 2014
Wassup Dublin — Donovan Smith (@DSmith_76) August 27, 2014
— Jesse Della Valle (@TheKidJDV) August 27, 2014
— Brad Bars (@StarsBARS_31) August 27, 2014
Penn State athletics also posted a video of James Franklin fielding questions about the trip in the Dublin airport:
Good luck to the team over there!
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