Police and FBI investigating threat at Penn State Beaver Stadium
FILE – In this Jan. 2, 2016, file photo, Penn State athletic trainer Tim Bream, right, and head coach James Franklin, left, check on injured quarterback Christian Hackenberg prior to his leaving the game in the first half of the TaxSlayer Bowl NCAA college football game against Georgia in Jacksonville, Fla. Bream could testify as a preliminary hearing resumes for members of a fraternity facing criminal charges over the death of a pledge. A district judge in Pennsylvania plans Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017, to take up a defense request to hold Bream in contempt. (AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser, File)
The Penn State Police and the FBI are investigating a potential threat on social media and are working to determine its credibility according to a tweet from University Police.
The twitter account that made the threat has since been deleted and whoever was behind it appeared to have gotten into an argument with Penn Sate fans on twitter Wednesday before making the threat against Beaver Stadium, according to our CBS affiliate in Altoona.
This won't keep dedicated fans away from games they added.
There is no immediate danger to the Penn State Community.
This is a developing story and we will update it as we get more information.