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SNF bus at Pine-Richland Friday night

The Sunday Night Football bus, presented by Armstrong and NBC Sports, will be making a stop at Pine-Richland High School before the Rams game against Central Catholic on Friday night. The bus features a replica of the Football Night in America studio and has different stations where fans can explore and take photos of themselves as correspondents, visit the Carrie Underwood music experience and the @OnHerTurf display, view a life-size NFL player wall and take part in other interactions and activities.

The bus will open at 5:30 p.m. and close at kickoff.

The bus will also be at the Sunday night game between the Steelers and Ravens at Heinz Field, with kickoff at 8:20 p.m.

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