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    Pennsylvania State University (typicallyreferredto as Penn State) is a public research facility founded in 1855 that's based out of University Park, Pennsylvania. The Nittany Lions are the athletic teams that represent the school in NCAA Division I sportingcompetitions. Having distinguished itself several times over during its illustrious existence, the university's programs have earned the respect andadorationof followers of collegiate sports.
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    Pegula Ice Arena October 31, 2014 7:00 PM
    250 University Drive
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