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Penn State Announces IM Fields Closed For Parking This Weekend

Hurricane Joaquin is due to hit land this Saturday, and it will close Penn State’s IM Fields in the process. Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics announced Thursday morning the intramural fields used for football parking will be closed for this weekend’s Penn State-Army game due to the past couple days of soaking rain and the upcoming gloomy forecast.

Approximately 2,900 vehicles will be directed to other tailgating lots. Fans who usually park their cars in reserved paved or grass lots will be unaffected, but Yellow Lot 12, the Brown Lot, and the Family Friendly Lot will all be closed. Penn State said the vast majority of people won’t be affected by the changes in parking, but it still urged fans to carpool or bring a car instead of opting for an RV. Follow the hashtag #PSUparking on Twitter for further updates.

Penn State kicks off against Army at 12:00 p.m., with gates opening at 10:30 a.m.

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Patrick Koerbler

Patrick Koerbler is a senior Journalism major/History minor from the mean streets of Palmerton, PA. His career goals include becoming the Director of Public Relations for the New York Yankees, and co-hosting a Penn State football podcast with Matt McGloin. Patrick is also a ledge, his interests include sandwiches, and his best friend is Andrew Wiggins. For more fun, you can follow him on Twitter -- @GoodDudePat -- or contact him via email at [email protected] Go Sixers.

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