We’ll go ahead and write it for you since we know it’s exactly what you’re thinking: yyyaaawwwnnn.
Now, with that out of the way, Buffalo announced Wednesday that they have scheduled a future game with Penn State. According to the release, the Bulls will travel to Happy Valley to face the Nittany Lions in Beaver Stadium on Sept. 15, 2015.
“We are extremely excited for our fans, alumni base and our football program to have another opportunity to play on the kind of stage that Beaver Stadium and Penn State present,” said athletic director Warde Manuel in a statement. “Playing before more than 100,000 fans is an experience that any student-athlete looks forward to and we expect to go and compete with great effort as we did in our first visit to Beaver Stadium.”
“We are extremely excited to showcase our football program in such a tremendous atmosphere against one of the country’s most successful football programs,” head coach Jeff Quinn. “It’s also a game played in an area that we target for recruiting and a unique opportunity to play in that venue for the young men on our team from Pennsylvania.”
The 2015 game will mark the second time the two schools have faced each other in football; in 2007, at Beaver Stadium, the Nittany Lions took home a 45-24 win over the Bulls in the third week of the season.
In addition to Buffalo, Penn State already have Temple and Rutgers as part of their ’15 non-conference schedule.