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Penn State podcast: Bracket busters, Beaver Stadium memories and Blue-White preview

On this week’s show, Kevin helps teach the cast what a $250 bottle of beer tastes like (spoiler: not worth $250!), and the guys dig into a bracket-busting upsets in the Penn State Creamery’s Flavor Madness Tournament.

Bracket-themed contests abound, as Champs in downtown State College battles to be named Barstool’s Best College Bar in America, and Beaver Stadium’s recent victory in USA Today’s sports venue tournament has the crew recounting their best moments inside Happy Valley’s hallowed erector set, including some on-field heroics and sentimental JoePa memories from Brandon.

The guys even manage to talk a little football, previewing next week’s Blue-White Game show by talking big picture for the 2019 Nittany Lions.

“The Obligatory PSU Pregame Show” stars former Penn State defensive tackle (1992-96) Brandon Noble, beloved campus icon Mike “The Mailman” Herr and other cast members Kevin Horne and Chris Buchignani.

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