College football fans across the country can't access digital tickets because of a nationwide outage

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Digital ticketing systems aren't working all over the country at multiple college football stadiums this weekend. The schools have called it a "nationwide outage" that is preventing fans from accessing their tickets on mobile devices.

Currently, the schools which have admitted their systems aren't working include: Michigan, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, Arizona, Purdue, UCLA, James Madison, Bowling Green, Washington, William & Mary and Miami (OH).

The company at the heart of the outage appears to be Irvine-based Paciolan, per multiple schools. Paciolan claims it's the "largest primary ticketing company in college athletics with 125+ college clients," according to the company's website.

Georgia Tech tweeted that Paciolan "is working to resolve the issue."

College football fans across the country can't access digital tickets. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)
College football fans across the country can't access digital tickets. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)