Remember reading about Indiana's decision to move their home game against the Nittany Lions to FedEx field in Washington, D.C.? Come tomorrow, you can buy tickets for Penn State's first game in the area since 1993. GoPSUSports has the details:
Tickets for the Penn State-Indiana football game at FedEx Field will go on sale to the general public on Monday, March 29 at 10 a.m.
Tickets range from $50-$150 for the contest at FedExField, which has a seating capacity of 91,704 and is the largest venue used by a professional sports team in the United States. Parking for the stadium lots is included in the price of the ticket.
If you're interested, visit www.GoPSUsports.com/tickets or call 814-865-5555 when the sale opens tomorrow morning. The website says phone lines will be open until 6 p.m., but you have to wonder if these tickets will be available that long. The greater Washington D.C. area has its share of Penn State alumni, and there are plenty of fans willing to make the trip down south.
According to Adam Rittenberg's Big Ten Blog, the former Penn State quarterback is currently taking up residence in Quarterback Coach Jay Paterno's basement "until he finds out what happens on draft day."
On a level of potential zaniness, we're going to put it in between Sidney Crosby living with Penguins Owner Mario Lemieux, and Chad Ochocinco's proposal to move in with his quarterback Carson Palmer.
Last night, local group British Phil won the Movin' On Battle of the Bands, winning the top prize of a 55 minute set right before the headliner at Movin' On on Saturday, April 17.
In addition, their single will be put in the rotation of local radio station B94.5, which sponsored the event. The three runners up, So Long, Pluto; The Hope Fallacy; and West Gate will all play 45 minute sets at Movin' On.
Read on for the full scoop.