2014 Penn State Nittany Lions Football Parking Passes
The 2014 Penn State football schedule is loaded with big
games right from the start, which is why fans have been marking their calendars ever since it was released. The first home
game of the season takes place on Sept. 6 when Akron comes to town, though big games against UMass, Northwestern, Ohio State,
Maryland, Temple, and Michigan State are also sure to bring in plenty of fans to the stands. There is nothing quite like being
there when the game is on the line and the Penn State Nittany Lions are digging in, making Beaver Stadium the place to be
all season long as the Lions look to put together another memorable season.
But the one thing that you don't want to
do is think that the experience starts at kickoff, as celebrating the Nittany Lions in the parking lot in the hours leading
up to game time has become a timeless tradition. It's there with the rest of your fellow Lions' fans that the atmosphere will
be completed, and you'll be glad that you're not still sitting in your dorm room trying to concentrate on your biochemistry
textbook. When the game is drawing close and the atmosphere is getting taken to the next level, the experience will pretty
much speak for itself.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Team Info
The history of football at Penn State
dates back to when the team was founded in 1887, giving them one of the oldest programs in college football and a team that
has become a complete staple of the campus around University Park, Pennsylvania. The program has now grown to one of the most
consistently competitive programs in NCAA football, and they always seem to making some serious noise in the Big 10, one of
the most competitive conferences in college football. In a tough conference loaded with other powerhouses, the Lions have
plenty of challenges, though they have some big-time players who know how to change the dynamic of a big game in a real hurry.
Penn State Nittany Lions Football Trivia
Did you know that Bobby Engram won the very first Biletnikoff Award?
1994, Penn State receiver Bobby Engram was the cream of the crop when it comes to college wideouts, winning the award given
to the most outstanding receiver in the country ever since. Other wideouts who have won the award include some of the best
receivers on any level, with Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson and Michael Crabtree representing just a few of the players
who have also taken the award.
Penn State Lions Football Fans
The Nittany Lions annually feature some
of the NCAA's most dynamic and exciting players so you can be sure to catch some jaw-dropping moments at every game, which
is why you should make your plans to come out and see the Penn State Nittany Lions do their thing. Even if you are not a huge
sports or football fan you will surely get caught up in the excitement of cheering along with tens of thousands of other passionate
fans when you head out to a game at Beaver Stadium. The excitement starts long before the game, giving you plenty of reasons
to head out and join the other passionate fans as they head out to the parking lot to get game day started the right way.