#23 Penn State vs. #9 Michigan

Come join Penn State Atlanta for the Game Day Experience at The Brass Tap.  It's time to watch the #23 Nittany Lions as we battle the #9 Michigan Wolverines.   

Join Penn State Atlanta and cheer on the #23 Nittany Lions to victory as we take on the #9 Michigan Wolverines!  We are going to make sure the Wolverines are small game this weekend back home in Happy Valley!


This weekend at half time, we are offering a unique experience with special guests and former Nittany Lion football players - Sherrod Rainge, Rodney Kinlaw, and Stephen Obeng-Agyapong.  Join us at half-time for Q&A session. Come hear about the player's experience on and off the field. Questions? Submit to communications@psuatlanta.com.


Stephen Obeng-Agyapong (2009 - 2013) played in the 2014 East-West Shrine Game. He was named co-recipient of the team's 2013 Ridge Riley Award, presented to a senior who excels in sportsmanship, scholarship, leadership and friendship. Obeng-Agyapong was one of the most versatile players on the Nittany Lions' defense in 2013, playing safety and linebacker.


 Rodney Kinlaw (2003 - 2007) was a 4-year letterman under the tutelage of legendary coach Joe Paterno. Rodney finished his collegiate career as the 11th running back in Penn State history to reach 1,000 yards in a season and was awarded the Alamo Bowl MVP in 2007.


Sherrod Rainge (1985 - 1989) has a strong football pedigree, having played free safety for the Nittany Lions from 1985 to 1989 under the leadership of legendary coach Joe Paterno. He was part of the 1986 squad that defeated University of Miami at the Fiesta Bowl to capture the NCAA Division I-A national championship.

Come be part of the excitement and the Penn State Atlanta Game Watch Experience! There will be drink specials, a membership raffle, squares, and PENN STATE FOOTBALL.

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