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Penn State Vs. Temple Student Tickets On Sale Monday

Penn State opens the football season on the road against Temple on Sept. 5 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The athletic department released information for those who want to watch the Nittany Lions in person — tickets will go on sale for Penn State students this Monday, August 31, at 7 a.m. Make sure you get to the Bryce Jordan Center’s Gate B early to secure yourself a ticket.

It’s on first-come first-served basis, and with only a limited number of tickets available, they are sure to go fast. Each student will be permitted to purchase a $50 ticket and must present a valid Penn State ID+ Card to secure a ticket. Tickets are only being sold by cash only — no credit cards, checks, or Lion Cash will be accepted. Students can begin lining up outside the BJC at 6 a.m., and if you wish to sit with a group of friends make sure you are all in line together.

If you don’t feel like making the trip to the City of Brotherly Love, you can still catch the game at 3:30 p.m. on ESPN, the Penn State Sports Network,, and of course, by following along with us on our site or Twitter. The Nittany Lions beat Temple 30-13 at Beaver Stadium last season and look to start off the 2015 campaign strong.

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Ben Rappaport

is a junior English and Journalism major at Penn State. He loves spending way too much money on concerts and music festivals. Ben can usually be found walking around campus listening to Kanye West. A fun fact about him is he once was resuscitated from unconsciousness by Pusha T's verse on the song "Mercy." Feel free to contact him at [email protected] or follow him on twitter at @Benrappp.


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