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Gear up for Penn State's big game against Iowa with FOS ChatCast and Happy Hour Friday. This week, Brennan and Prato will be on hand to field questions, talk football and generally have a good time. And Playbook Mark will be at Happy Hour.

At, we take pride in not only covering Penn State football, but also getting to know the members of our online community. Home football weekends are a great chance to put faces to screen names and simply have some fun.


Why just chat when you can be part of a ChatCast?

The popular feature is scheduled to resurface Friday at noon, as Mark Brennan and Lou Prato will do an online audio webcast from Old State Clothing at 310 East College Avenue in downtown State College.

While doing the webcast, they will field questions from our site's Premium Chat.

So you can ask your questions in the CHATroom and hear them answered in the webCAST. Hence the name ChatCast (pretty tricky, huh?)

The link to listen is here. It will be activated with music shortly before the show is scheduled to begin.

Anyone can listen to the show. But only premium members can ask questions via our premium chat.

We will talk about this week's big game, last week's action, recruiting and more. And you never know when a special guest might stop by to talk (ask anyone who listened to our FIU, Notre Dame and Buffalo Game ChatCasts).

The ChatCast is scheduled to run from noon until 1 p.m., but could wind up being a bit longer or shorter depending on the number of questions we get. If you are in town, stop by at Old State Clothing on College Avenue to talk.


Join publisher Mark Brennan, Playbook Mark and others at the legendary Lion's Den (118 South Garner Street) from 6-8 p.m. (and sometimes beyond) on Friday. The Den has THE best drink specials in town, a host of flat screen TVs, great tunes and more. We'll be handing out some free mini footballs while supplies last, so be sure to stop by.

New this year at the real Lion's Den is a cool menu of affordable pub grub. Wings, burgers, cheesesteaks and more, with prices ranging from three to seven bucks.

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