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How to Watch: Penn State vs. Michigan State

Beaver Stadium -- David Hague

Penn State is wrapping up what’s been a successful 2022 season (for now) against Michigan State at Beaver Stadium.

If No. 11 Penn State (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten) does what it’s expected to do and beats Michigan State (5-6, 3-5), it will finish the regular season with 10 wins for the fourth time in the past seven seasons.

Coach James Franklin’s team comes in as 19.5-point favorites according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Franklin hasn’t been great against the Spartans over the years and comes into this matchup with a 3-5 record against them. But this year, Penn State is hovering around the top 10 and Sparty is fighting just to make a bowl game. Penn State has been dominant for the most part since losing 41-17 at Michigan Oct. 15. In five games since, Penn State has won four by a 33.5-point average. The only game it lost in that span was to Ohio State at Beaver Stadium Oct. 29. Ohio State is No. 2 in the country and will be in the Big Ten championship game if it beats No. 3 Michigan in Columbus today.

For Penn State fans who won’t be in Beaver Stadium for this year’s Senior Day and battle for the Land Grant Trophy, here’s how to watch and listen to the game.

Kickoff Time: 4:00

TV Channel: FS1

TV Announcers: Noah Eagle (pxp), Mark Helfrich (color)

Livestream: FuboTV (free trial), Sling

Radio: Penn State Football Affiliates   

Radio Announcers: Steve Jones (pxp) Jack Ham (color) Brian Tripp (sideline)

SiriusXM: Channel 83 (home) Channel 207 (away)

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