Join the masses at Beaver Stadium this season, as your Nittany Lions look to make big waves in the Big Ten. Browse our assortment and enjoy a great selection of Penn State football tickets available all season long.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Tickets and Schedule
You can hear the roars emanating from Beaver Stadium as you approach University Park, and now you can buy your Penn State Nittany Lions football tickets today and experience the energy for yourself. Penn State looks poised to battle for the top spot in the Big 10 and earn a bowl game berth, so come out to home and away games to support the squad. Head out to all of the top rivalry games, including the Governor’s Victory Bell and the Land Grant Trophy, as well as marquee face-offs against Maryland and Pitt. Simply browse the 2013 Penn State football schedule and click “Tickets” to view every Penn State Nittany Lions football ticket we have. You can click directly on the Beaver Stadium seating chart, or utilize the seating quantity filter and the price range bar in conjunction to whittle your search based on the amount of tickets you want at the price you want to spend. To purchase, just click “Buy,” and provide your billing and shipping details. Our 100% Buyer’s Guarantee assures that your Penn State football tickets will get to you in time for the game, and we can be reached at 1.866.848.8499, or by using the Live Chat feature for any questions.
Sophomore Season Ahead for Oâ??Brien in Happy Valley
After a trying offseason that saw Penn State’s roster decimated by transfers, first-year head coach Bill 0’Brien gave football fans in Happy Valley plenty to cheer about with a memorable 8-4 season, which included an unforgettable overtime victory over the Wisconsin Badgers in the season finale on Senior Day. With one season under his belt, O’Brien will now look to build on the success and establish a new winning culture at Penn State. With the offensive guru calling the plays, the team scored nearly 30 points per game in 2012. Top returning offensive playmakers from that squad include bruising running back Zach Zwinak (1,000 rushing yards) and explosive wideout Allen Robinson (77 catches, 1,018 yards, 11 touchdowns).
The defense was perhaps even more impressive, allowing only 16.1 points per contest, and will return five starters to help again shut down the best in the Big Ten. The squad will need the defense to again be a strength this season, as the 2013 Penn State football schedule will include the team’s first meeting with the Michigan Wolverines (Oct. 12) under O’Brien. Penn State football tickets are in stock now to witness the excitement at Beaver Stadium this season.