Start Planning For Penn State Football

Penn State fans can finally start planning a few tailgates as a quartet of football game times were just announced.

The times for the Pitt game have just been released and it is set to kick off Sept. 9, 3:30 p.m. in Beaver Stadium.

The homecoming game against Rutgers has also been slated a time and will start at noon, Nov. 11.

New RV Enhancements for Penn State Fans

Penn State's announced improvements to overnight RV parking for the 2017 football season! The changes come after a survey of fans who regularly park in the ORV area for Nittany Lion football games. 

"We listened to our fans and took a hard look at the overall RV experience. First and foremost, we feel the changes we are implementing will dramatically improve the fan experience," said Deputy AD Phil Esten. "Additionally, these improvements are in line with national RV guidelines and regulations, allowing for better safety and security measures to be taken, starting this season."

Do You Have Your 2017 White Out T-Shirt?

The Nittany Lion Football program announced that its annual Penn State White Out game will be Oct. 21 against Michigan.

The 2017 Penn State White Out T-Shirt celebrates the "Avalanche of Sound" that emerges from Beaver Stadium in the fall. The tee, which will be available in short and long sleeve, features a center chest graphic with a Nike Swoosh trademark on the left lapel.

PSU Football Announces 2017 Game Themes

Penn State Athletics announced game day themes for the 2017 football season. The nationally-recognized Penn State White Out is scheduled for the Michigan game Oct. 21, while the Penn State Stripe Out returns for a third-straight season and takes place Nov. 18 vs. Nebraska.

What You Need to Know: Blue-White Game

Our game day preview returns for the 2017 season, starting with the Blue-White game. 

Set for a mid-afternoon start on Saturday, April 22, the team’s annual spring scrimmage offers the first glimpse at what to expect following the sensational 2016 season that featured a Big Ten championship and Rose Bowl appearance.

Here’s our preview, Blue-White edition. 

Need-To-Know Details: 3 p.m. kickoff, Saturday, April 22.

Venue: Beaver Stadium. 

Author and Former PSU Linebacker to Return for Blue-White

As Blue-White weekend approaches, so too does the promise of another great season for the Nittany Lion football squad. Coming off a year that saw them win the Big Ten Championship while fighting tremendous odds and injury, beating then #2 Ohio State in a whiteout game for the ages, and appearing in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the team looks to finish what they started last year, and bring home some more hardware to Happy Valley.

Reconnect with Happy Valley during Blue-White Weekend

The unofficial (late) start to spring is only a few weeks away, and Blue-White Weekend offers plenty of family friendly-opportunities to reconnect with Happy Valley during April 21–23. 

Blue-White Game

The Blue-White game will kick off at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, with free admission. As previously announced by Penn State Athletics, 2016 season ticket and season parking holders can park for free by showing their 2017 Blue-White parking permit that was included in last year’s sheets. FYI that if you’ve misplaced that sheet, Athletics won’t replace it. 

First Step to Blue-White Fun: Gameday Parking Info

Blue-White weekend is just over a month away, with the game set for Saturday, April 22 at 3 p.m. That means it’s time to start planning for one of the most important parts of the weekend: tailgating!

Whether you're arriving by car or RV, with or without season tickets, it's critical to have your parking planned out to avoid any setbacks on the big day.

Here's an easy guide to parking at Beaver Stadium for Blue-White weekend.


Standouts from Signing Day 2017

James Franklin and the Nittany Lions made off big on National Signing Day 2017 after keeping most of its highly-touted 2017 class together. Despite losing top commit Dylan Rivers to Virginia Tech nearly a week before Signing Day after committing to the Nittany Lions in 2015. This year's Signing Day came with significantly less fanfare than years past, but the final-minute fireworks were well worth the drama. 

Signing Day: Who to Watch Out For

James Franklin and his staff of recruiters have been plenty busy since the conclusion of the 2016 season; it's commonplace for coaches to work year round, because unlike the NFL, there's no offseason in the college ranks. 

All that work's paid off for Franklin and the Nittany Lions ahead of National Signing Day today. With his crop of recruits mostly cemented, Franklin's compiled a talented class—especially with the addition of a few late commits. Here's what stands out from Penn State's Class of 2017, and who could sign on with the Nittany Lions at the final hour: 


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