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Penn State Students Can Buy Pitt Tickets Tuesday

Penn State students interested in heading to Heinz Field for next weekend’s highly-anticipated noon clash between the Nittany Lions and Pitt — the first in 16 years — can do so Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. at Gate B of the Bryce Jordan Center. Tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis, and will cost $95 (cash only).

Student Nittany Lion Club members can purchase tickets online starting at the same time. Follow the hyperlink for details. Simply being a member doesn’t signify a ticket will be available. The university’s allotment of student tickets will likely sell out just as fast as the hectic regular-season sale during the summer.

Students must present a valid Penn State ID+ card in order to buy a single ticket for this coming Saturday’s newly-minted Keystone Classic presented by Peoples Natural Gas. Though this rivalry hardly needs a corporate moniker to get fans from both sides of Pennsylvania on their feet, Sept. 10 in the Steel City is a date not to be missed. James Franklin’s Nittany Lions open their season this Saturday at 3:30 p.m. against Kent State.

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Ethan Kasales

Ethan’s a senior journalism major who grew up in Lemont, a few minutes from campus. When he’s not covering Penn State sports, you can usually find him golfing or teaching snowboarding at Tussey Mountain. Feel free to email him at [email protected]

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