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Penn State will play at Madison Square Garden on January 26 and face off against several strong non-conference opponents at Pegula Ice Arena.
As the Nittany Lions have ascended back into college football's elite, they've taken the field at night more often in the past few years and avoided the dreaded early kickoff.
Rudolph picked the Nittany Lions over a lengthy offer sheet that also included Clemson, Florida, Michigan, and Ohio State.
The Mineral, VA, native committed to Penn State over Ohio State, Alabama, and Michigan, among others, and will join Brent Pry's defense in 2019.
Russ Rose's Nittany Lions won't play a single home match in September, electing to test themselves against teams like Stanford and Oregon early in the season.
Although Winnipeg is the home of the original White Out, we beg to differ that it's also home to the best version.
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