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2019 Blue-White Game To Kick April 13

Penn State football announced on Wednesday that the 2019 Blue-White spring football game is slated for April 13.

The date is a week earlier than the game has been played in each of the last two seasons, with the Easter holiday occurring on the following Sunday, April 21 in 2019.

More details will be announced following the 2018 season, but the game is usually scheduled for a mid-afternoon kickoff and aired live on BTN in 2017 and 2018.

Blue-White weekend is an annual reunion for alumni to come back to Happy Valley for some spring football. 71,000 attended the 2018 Blue-White game and thousands more tailgated outside. It also provides fans a chance to see the culmination of the team’s work in the spring.

Trace McSorley will be gone by the time spring 2019 rolls around, but he will be back with the rest of the Nittany Lions for the season opener against Appalachian State on September 1 in Beaver Stadium. 

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