Maryland’s home game against Penn State may be scheduled for a Friday night, but it’s going to have a Saturday feel for students.

According to a report from the Baltimore Sun, Maryland will cancel classes and clear the campus on Friday, Sept. 27, the day the Terrapins host Penn State. It’s the first B1G Friday night game the university has hosted.

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Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET and is one of a handful of Friday night games the B1G has scheduled for the 2019 season.

Per an email the Baltimore Sun received, all non-lab classes after 12 p.m. will be canceled. All nonessential employees will be granted administrative leave, as well.

“We are working with partners throughout the surrounding area to make special arrangements to provide additional parking, and we are hoping that the 8 p.m. start will help minimize the effect on Friday evening traffic patterns, but we believe that more accommodation is needed,” the email read.

According to the report, some parking lots will open as early as 3 p.m., five hours prior to kickoff.

Maryland and Penn State have played 42 times, with the Nittany Lions owning a 39-2-1 all-time advantage. The Terrapins last defeated PSU in 2014.