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The season opener for Penn State is less than four months away. Despite the seismic shock to the university and football program this past year, Penn State football is still alive and thriving. There is much to look forward to for the upcoming season, including the ushering in of a new era in Penn State football with head coach Bill O'Brien.
For all of you lucky ticket holders of games at Beaver Stadium, here are some suggestions for what to take with to a Nittany Lions football game this fall.
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- Proper Clothing and Accessories – What you wear to a gain depends primarily on the weather. Wear extra layers and hats, scarves, and mittens for cold weather. For windy and rainy weather, bring a windbreaker. For hot weather, wear lighter colored clothing to reflect the rays of sunshine.
- Megaphone – Use megaphones, but use them sparingly and not in someone’s ear.
- Body Paint – Paint your body in blue and white or get together with friends and paint individual letters to spell out Penn State.
- Stickers and Buttons – Place a sticker on your car so you can ride to the game showing your Penn State pride. Wear some fun buttons. You can custom make them yourself on online sites.
- Tailgating Essentials – Pack a cooler full of your favorite beverages (with koozies) and brings some food for a cookout. Bring a football or other sports equipment to pass away the time in the parking lot before the game.
- Cash – Make sure to plan ahead for all potential expenses, such as parking fees, food and souvenir items.
Attending a college football game is a enjoyable aspect of the college experience. Likewise, obtaining a college education is a vital part of succeeding in your career. For more information, see Online College Classes.
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