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Penn State football could play game in the UK

Penn State is looking into an overseas game in Ireland, that’s according to PSU head coach Bill O’Brien.  He made the remark Saturday night during an appearance at the Hershey Lodge in Dauphin County, where he was speaking at a high school football banquet.  The game would not take place this season, but possibly sometime in the future.

O’Brien also said that Milton Hershey grad, Garry Gilliam has moved to offensive tackle from tight end.

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1 Comment to “Penn State football could play game in the UK”

    Eire said:
    February 10, 2013 at 8:27 PM

    Ireland is not in the UK. Northern Ireland is, for now, but the college games that have been played so far have been played in the Republic of Ireland.

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