Video: Penn State Fan Cries After Wife Gives Him Rose Bowl Tickets

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first_imgA Penn State fan cries after being given tickets.Penn State is taking on USC in the Rose Bowl this year, and this awesome couple will be in attendance.Penn State didn’t get the College Football Playoff spot that it coveted, but the Nittany Lions got a pretty nice consolation prize in heading to the Rose Bowl. Fans have gobbling up tickets all week. Many are excited about the opportunity to go to Pasadena.In the below video, posted to YouTube on Friday, a Penn State fan is gifted Rose Bowl tickets by his wife. When he realizes what the roses in the bowl signify, he loses control and starts crying. Check it out:Penn State will need to play well to take down USC. Let’s hope these two have a great time regardless.last_img


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