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Nittany Nation to March on Temple

basketballWhat’s the use of having a Nation if you aren’t going to mobilize every once in a while? According to Nittany Nation’s Facebook group, they are hosting a PSU road trip to the basketball team’s away game at Temple on Saturday, December 5th. The tickets will cost $12, and if forty people (a sneeze) purchase tickets, a bus will be provided, with seats on a first-come first-serve basis.

The bus is slated to leave early enough to make it to the 4:00 tip-off, and it will return to State College late after the game is over. Sounds like it could be a fun trip if enough people jump on-board ready to “show the Owls that Penn State is BOSS.” It’s a great opportunity to show those Temple kids who really rules Pennsylvania.

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