Introducing The Penn State Tailgate Cocktagon Map

A few weeks ago, our staff declared its love for the cocktagon.

While tailgating before a Penn State football game, you may have come across a blue, octagon-shaped contraption near a pack of porta-potties. These beauties each have five urinals inside them, and the one in Lot 41 even has a trough. They make for one of the most efficient and elite bathroom experiences, and it’s something you can enjoy with the fellas, too.

Even though there are many scattered throughout the lots, it may be hard to find one sometimes. There could have been times when you wanted to search for a cocktagon in the tailgate lots but didn’t have any luck finding one. Well, fear no more, friends.

We set out to roam every single tailgate lot ourselves to create our very own cocktagon map. Now, you’ve got access to the crown jewel of porta-potties right at your fingertips.

We recorded the approximate location of every cocktagon and put them all into one convenient map to share. You can move the map around, scroll to zoom, and find the location of any cocktagon you’d like.

Now that this essential helpful resource is available, use it to your advantage. Hell, try to even make a stop in every single cocktagon and make some memories with four of your closest bros.

Above all else, God bless the cocktagon.

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About the Author

Frankie Marzano

Frankie is a senior accounting and economics major from Long Island, NY. You can probably recognize him as the typical Italian-American with slicked back black hair. He is an avid fan of the New York Rangers and Mets, along with every Penn State Athletics team. Follow him on Twitter @frankiemarzano for obnoxious amounts of Rangers and Penn State content or email him at [email protected].

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