Penn State Nittany Lions football
[1]Current season
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First season 1887
Athletic director Tim Curley
Head coach Joe Paterno
44th year, 392–129–3  (.751)
Home stadium Beaver Stadium
Stadium capacity 107,282
Stadium surface Grass
Location University Park, Pennsylvania
Conference Big Ten
All-time record 809–351–42 (.691)
Postseason bowl record 26–13–2
Claimed national titles 2
Conference titles 3
Heisman winners 1
Consensus All-Americans 39
Current uniform
Colors Blue and White  
Fight song Fight On, State
Mascot Nittany Lion
Marching band Penn State Blue Band
Rivals Michigan Wolverines
Ohio State Buckeyes
Michigan State Spartans
Minnesota Golden Gophers
Syracuse OrangeTemple Owls

Penn State Nittany Lions football is a college football program from Penn State. It competes in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision and the Big Ten Conference. It is one of the most tradition-rich and storied college football programs in the nation. On November 22, 2008, Penn State became the sixth FBS program to win 800 games after defeating Michigan State.

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