"Over the last two days we have worked with ESPN to finalize a set location and are excited to announce the show will originate on the lawn of our iconic Old Main, which we think will make for a memorable setting for everyone who attends and the ESPN audience," Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said.
The Nittany Lions were most recently the AVCA Poll's No. 1 in November of 2015. After a 17-1 start to the season, Penn State jumped Florida for the top spot.
Your entire life of tailgating and playing cornhole has led up to this moment. So make it count!
It's likely there will never be any sort of 'All In' commemorative piece installed on campus, much less at the project site near Old Main.
Penn State is ranked No. 2 in the nation for the first time since 1999, so listen to songs with the number two in them.
Saquon Barkley is making appearances everywhere these days -- end zones across the Big Ten, every news outlet from coast-to-coast, my dreams, and, apparently, pumpkin patches.
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