While the Team’s Away, Come Out To Play!
Penn State and Iowa will play during prime time this weekend in Iowa City, but fun can still be had at Beaver Stadium on Saturday.
The Penn State All-Sports Museum is offering tours of Beaver Stadium tomorrow at three different times: 10:00 a.m., noon and 2:00 p.m., with each tour lasting just over an hour. If you go, you can get an in-depth look at the Lettermen’s Club, the media room and the home locker room.
Students only have to pay $5 for this tour, but space is limited so make sure to call and register in advance at 814-865-0044.
Take advantage of this opportunity if you can as you may never see inside this historic stadium again. And while I don’t condone stealing, my wish list of items you may find on your trip are: Rob Bolden’s lanyard he was afraid to wear at the beginning of this year; the bench Kevin Newsome has been sitting on all season (it still may be hot); and Brandon Ware’s chew-toy from his time spent in JoePa’s doghouse.
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