Penn State: 115 Tickets For Temple Game Stolen

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) – Penn State says about 115 tickets for Saturday’s home game against Temple have been stolen.

The university said Thursday fans holding tickets from the stolen allotment will be denied entry.

Spokesman Jeff Nelson says the tickets were stolen from an allotment that Temple was returning to Penn State.

They’re for seats in Section NKU, rows 63-72.

Nelson says fans who purchased stolen tickets should call the university’s ticket office at 1-800 NITTANY for more information.

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