Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

PSU Football

How to Watch: Penn State Football Week 1 at Purdue

Photo by Penn State

Penn State is opening its 2022 season Thursday night on the road against Purdue.

Penn State is coming off a disappointing 7-6 season that ended with the team losing six of its last eight games. Coach James Franklin’s squad is just 11-11 in its past 22.

Purdue has made great strides in coach Jeff Brohm’s five seasons in West Lafayette and is coming off a successful 9-4 2021 season. The Boilermakers are led by sixth-year quarterback Aidan O’Connell, who will be opposed by another sixth-year quarterback, Penn State’s Sean Clifford.

Penn State has had great success against Purdue historically. The Nittany Lions are 15-3 all-time against the Boilermakers, and one of those three losses came all the way back in 1951. Purdue’s only wins over Penn State came consecutively in 2003 and ‘04. Since 2004, Penn State has won each of its nine meetings with Purdue, the most recent coming in 2019, when Penn State handled the Boilers, 35-7, at Beaver Stadium.

For Penn State fans that aren’t making the trip to West Lafayette, here’s how to watch and listen to Penn State’s season opener.

Kickoff time: 8 p.m.

TV channel: FS1

TV crew: Gus Johnson (PXP), Joel Klatt (Color), Jenny Taft (sideline)

Sirius XM: Channel 186

Radio crew: Steve Jones (PXP), Jack Ham (color), Brian Tripp (sideline)

Local channel: Penn State football radio affiliates 

Written By

Get NSN in your Inbox

Enter your email address to get notifications of new posts by email.

More from Nittany Sports Now

Penn State

1 Beer is coming to Beaver Stadium. It’s felt inevitable for a while, and it once loed like Penn State would start selling alcohol...

PSU Football

0 There aren’t a lot of people like Barney Amor. Amor has established himself as a quality punter. College football has plenty of quality...

PSU in the NFL

1 On Monday, The Arizona Cardinals promoted former standout Jessie Luketa to the active roster. They made room by cutting safety Deionte Thompson. According...

PSU Football

0 Penn State is 4-0 this season, and coach James Franklin s to stress his team’s goal of going “1-0” every week. The team...

Get Nittany Sports Now in your inbox

Sign-up for email updates and get the whole story first from the Nittany Sports Now team, delivered straight to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.