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UCF will be traveling to Ireland in 2014 where they'll take on Penn State, according to multiple reports. An official announcement is expected Sunday.
The game will take place at 82,300-seat Croke Park in Dublin. The current head coaches at both programs -- George O'Leary (UCF) and Bill O'Brien -- have Irish bloodlines.
It will mark the fourth meeting between the schools. Penn State currently leads the series 2-0, but they'll face off again during the 2013 season at Beaver Stadium on Sept. 14.
Last year, Notre Dame and Navy played at Dublin's Aviva Stadium before an announced crowd of 48,200. The Fighting Irish defeated the Midshipmen 50-10.
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