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How to Watch: Penn State Football Week 4 vs. Central Michigan

Beaver Stadium -- David Hague

After a 41-12 demolition at Auburn, Penn State football is back at Beaver Stadium and looking to move to 4-0 for the fourth time in the past five seasons against Central Michigan

Penn State is hosting a team its only played once before. This year’s Central Michigan squad comes to Beaver Stadium with a 1-2 record, losing to Oklahoma State and South Alabama before beating Bucknell 41-0 last week.

The only other time these schools met was in 2005. In Week 3 of what ended up being a magical season for Penn State, coach Joe Paterno’s team routed Central Michigan, 40-3.

In that game, senior quarterback Michael Robinson went 14-23 for 273 yards and three touchdowns and true-freshman receiver Deon Butler caught five balls for 108 yards and a pair of scores. Penn State ended up sharing the Big Ten title with Ohio State that season, finishing 11-1 and ranked No. 3.

The ‘05 season ended with a 26-23 triple-OT Orange Bowl win over Bobby Bowden and Florida State.

Penn State is a 27.5-point favorite.

For fans who won’t be at Beaver Stadium, here’s how to watch and listen the game.

Kickoff time: Noon 

TV channel: Big Ten Network 

Live stream: FoxSportsGo

TV crew: Mark Followill (PXP), Matt Millen (Color), Matt McGloin (sideline)

**Millen and McGloin both played at Penn State

Radio: Penn State football affiliates  

Sirius XM: Channel 195

 

 

 

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