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July 10, 2013 1:04 AM

Report: Penn State to open 2014 football season in Ireland

Since Penn State received a four-year postseason ban, one of a series of sanctions handed down last year by the NCAA, the Nittany Lions have sought to find a game during the regular season that would simulate a bowl atmosphere.

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