Limited spots remain in State College Quarterback Club for 2013

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The State College Quarterback Club is currently accepting applications for new members as the 2013 season approaches. The membership totals are closing in on a record number and limited spots are still available for new members.

The Quarterback Club hosts weekly luncheons during the Penn State Football season in the Mt. Nittany Club inside Beaver Stadium. Head coach Bill O'Brien, members of the Nittany Lion coaching staff and squad members will be among the guests during the season, according to Club President Pete Rohrer.

The Quarterback Club will begin its weekly luncheons on Wednesday, August 28. There will be 12 luncheons on the Wednesday prior to each game, with no luncheon scheduled on Sept. 25 or Oct. 16 during weeks when the Nittany Lions have open dates on the schedule.

Doors will open at 11 a.m. and lunch is served until the program begins at 11:50 a.m.

All Quarterback Club members are admitted through Gate B with their membership cards for each luncheon and parking passes will be issued for parking in a separate section of Upper Lot 44, just across from the south end of the stadium. In addition, handicapped parking will be available in the Bryce Jordan Center ADA Lot and Stadium West Lot on a first come-first served basis.

The State College Quarterback Club supports the Penn State football program and is open to all Nittany Lion fans. The Club annually sponsors the Penn State Football Banquet, which salutes the Nittany Lion seniors.

Fans interested in renewing their membership or joining for 2013 season should contact Quarterback Club President Pete Rohrer at 814-238-8095 or via email at The other Quarterback Club officers are First Vice President Peter Horstman, Secretary Jodi Pringle and Treasurer Bob Levy.   

Last Updated August 16, 2013