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115 Tickets Stolen for Temple Game Saturday


Penn State announced today that approximately 115 tickets from Temple’s allotment for Saturday’s Penn State-Temple football game have been stolen and may be circulating to fans planning to attend the game.

The stolen tickets, located in Section NKU, Rows 63-71, Seats 1-23 (odd numbered seats) and Row 72, Seats 1-9 (odd numbered seats), will be invalid come game day and any ticket marked in these locations will be denied at the Beaver Stadium gates.

Fans who have purchased tickets in these seats, from an official Nittany Lion football ticket outlet, should call 800-NITTANY between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. prior to Saturday to resolve the issue. Fans are reminded that the only official outlets to purchase Nittany Lion football tickets are online via, Ticketmaster, or the Ticket Exchange.

The Penn State-Temple game begins at noon on Saturday, Nov. 15. In honor of Veteran’s Day this week, the game will also serve as a Military Appreciation Day. Tickets are still available online at, by calling 800-NITTANY or at the Beaver Stadium Ticket Office near Gate E Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.

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