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ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’ is headed to Penn State

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ESPN’s “College GameDay” show in 2017 at Times Square in New York City.

ESPN’s “College GameDay” is coming to Penn State.

The Saturday-morning staple announced it will air its live pregame show next weekend beginning at 9 a.m. ahead of the Nittany Lions’ matchup against Big Ten rival Michigan at Beaver Stadium.

The game, dubbed a “white-out” by Penn State, kicks off at 7:30 p.m. and is being televised nationally on ABC.

This is the 19th time “College GameDay” has been at the site of a Penn State game and the fourth consecutive season that ESPN will broadcast the show at a Penn State game.

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Details regarding the set location and public access will be announced Monday.

This marks the eighth time “College GameDay” has originated from University Park.

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