The contest also is Penn State's annual Toys For Tots game. Adults who bring a new, unwrapped toy get into the game for $10. Students and youth (18 and under) who bring a new, unwrapped toy get into the game for free.
Tipoff versus the Black Knights is set for 4:00 p.m. in the Bryce Jordan Center. Doors will open by 3:00 p.m. for the autograph session on the concourse with the Penn State football seniors, who capped an 8-4 season with a 24-21 overtime victory over eventual Big Ten Champion Wisconsin on Nov. 24.
Each player will be able to sign one item and posed photos will not be permitted in order to keep the lines of fans moving. Some of Penn State's individual award winners and all-conference honorees also may participate in the autograph session.
At halftime, Big Ten Coach of the Year Bill O'Brien and the entire Nittany Lion football team will be lauded, with a special recognition for Penn State's Big Ten award winners.
Any military personnel with a valid military ID can receive four free tickets to the Army game at the Bryce Jordan Ticket office, with any additional tickets available for $5.
Special pre-game and halftime ceremonies will be held to honor U.S. military personnel. Fans attending Saturday's Military Appreciation Day game also will receive a camouflage drawstring backpack while supplies last.
Coach Patrick Chambers' Nittany Lions (4-3) are coming off a 58-47 win over Penn and play LaSalle at The Palestra on Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. on NBC Sports Network and the Penn State Sports Network before hosting Army.
Source: PSU Athletics