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Tailgating tips to add to the rivalry game experience

Tailgating along the North Shore will be restricted for Saturday’s Pitt vs. Penn State game. (Image via Wikimedia Commons)

By Joanna Li, Assistant Sports Editor

September 6, 2018

As the Pitt-Penn State game approaches this weekend, many football fans are making plans to tailgate. But, with the University's recently restrictions on tailgating, fans seem to be limited in their options. Here's how to prepare for a perfect tailgate that can be paired with the intense game to come.

University announces tailgating limitations for Pitt-PSU game

A Pittsburgh sports record 69,983 fans showed up at Heinz Field the last time Pitt played Penn State at home.
(TPN File Photo)

By Trent Leonard, Sports Editor

September 3, 2018

The University announced Sunday that parking options will be restricted ahead of the Pitt-Penn State game to accommodate the traffic influx.

Gallery: Redbull Flugtag takes over the North Shore

Spectators watch the Red Bull Flugtag from the North Shore, Point State Park and boats on the Allegheny River. (Photo by John Hamilton)

By John Hamilton and Jordan Mondell / Pitt News Staff

August 5, 2017

Homemade aircrafts, 46 in total, launched off a 22-foot platform into the Allegheny River Saturday. Most crafts took a nosedive straight away, but a few got enough air to soar a short distance down the river. Red Bull's Flugtag brought crowds to the North Shore and Point State Park as teams displayed...

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