Tickets on sale Monday for Penn State-Indiana game at FedEx Field

March 11, 2010

University Park, Pa. — Nittany Lion Club members will be able to purchase tickets for the Penn State-Indiana football game at FedExField starting on Monday, March 15.

The Nittany Lions and Hoosiers will meet on Nov. 20, 2010 at FedExField in Landover, Md. The contest is Indiana's home game and was originally scheduled to be played in Bloomington. Penn State will be playing in metropolitan Washington, D.C. for the first time since the 1993 season.

"We're really excited to be going back to the nation's capital and having one of our conference games this close to home for so many of our fans," said Tim Curley, Penn State Director of Athletics. "Our strong alumni base throughout the mid-Atlantic region -- really New York through the Carolinas -- makes FedEx Field a very attractive destination. We also have had great success recruiting top-level student-athletes for all of our sports in this region. We're looking forward to a great trip to Washington."

Nittany Lion Club members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets based on priority points. Different minimum point total levels have been established for each weekday from March 15-26. The cumulative point for the 2009 membership year will be used for determining the respective sale date.

There will be no expiration date on when Nittany Lion Club members will be able to purchase tickets as long as tickets remain available.

The general public will be able to purchase tickets for the game starting at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 29, as long as tickets remain available.

Tickets range from $60-$150 for the contest at FedExField, which has a seating capacity of 91,704 and is the largest venue used by a professional sports team in the United States.

All ticket orders for the game can be made at or by calling (814) 865-5555 weekdays from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Nittany Lion Club Point Levels - Dates to Apply for Penn State-Indiana Tickets

Date Minimum Point Total
March 15 650 or above
March 16 350-649
March 17 250-349
March 18 200-249
March 19 160-199
March 22 130-159
March 23 100-129
March 24 70-99
March 25 35-69
March 26 1-34

Penn State (11-2) was No. 9 in the final 2009 AP poll, earning its 23rd Top 10 finish under Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno.

The Nittany Lions return 37 letterwinners and 13 starters for the 2010 season, (7 offense, 5 defense, 1 specialist), as well as 11 players that have starting experience. Penn State opens the season Sept. 4 vs. Youngstown State in Beaver Stadium and visits 2009 national champion Alabama on Sept. 11

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Last Updated November 18, 2010