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Penn State Nittany Lions Football Tickets - OverviewThe Penn State Nittany Lions play Division I college football in the Big Ten Conference. The Nittany Lions play their home games at Beaver Stadium in University Park, PA.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Tickets - HistoryPenn State is one of the most storied college football programs in the United States. The Nittany Lions have been playing football since 1887 and have more than 800 career victories. They are one of only six teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) to reach that mark. Penn State's football program is perhaps best known for its longstanding head coach, Joe Paterno. 'JoePa' has been the Nittany Lions' head coach since 1966. He had won two of the school's seven national championships and currently has the most victories by an FBS coach with more than 400 wins. Paterno has also led the Nittany Lions to three Big Ten Conference titles; the most recent one was in 2008.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Tickets - Beaver StadiumThe Nittany Lions have called Beaver Stadium home since 1960. When Beaver Stadium first opened, its capacity was just over 46,000. Thanks to several expansions, Penn State Nittany Lions Football tickets are available to more than 100,000 people a game. Due to the large capacity and enthusiastic crowds, Beaver Stadium has become a nightmarish venue for opposing teams.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Tickets - Why should I buy Penn State Nittany Lions football tickets through SeatGeek?Beaver Stadium may hold more than 100,000 fans, but that doesn't mean Penn State Nittany Lions football tickets are easy to come by. Students camp out a week before games against conference rivals like Ohio State, so it's easy to see tickets go quickly in Happy Valley. Don't miss out because you couldn't get a ticket a decent price. Check out SeatGeek for Penn State Nittany Lions football tickets. SeatGeek forecasts ticket prices for all Penn State games so you'll know if prices are going up or down, which will help save you money.
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Penn State started this football season with a number of unanswered questions but plenty of promise. Bill O'Brien, the coach who had arrived and helped to steady the program after it was jarred by a scandal, left for the NFL; however, accomplished recruiter and promising coach James Franklin was hired to fill the position, keeping…Read more