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Penn State-West Virginia Kickoff Time Leaked?

It appears that Penn State and West Virginia’s week one game will be in primetime. Penn State outside linebacker Abdul Carter posted a picture of a countdown clock to week one on his Instagram story, revealing the game to be on September 2 at 7:30 p.m.

West Virginia and Penn State are set to play for the first time since 1992 when they meet to start the 2023 season. It’s the only power-five non-conference game for Penn State this season.

Penn State has dominated the series since its inception with a 48-9-2 advantage. They’ve won the last four meetings between the two of them and are 34-2-1 since 1956 with both of those losses occurring in Morgantown.

The first of the two-game renewed series will be in State College with next year’s game in Morgantown. West Virginia hasn’t won in State College since 1954, more than a decade before NCAA all-time winningest head coach Joe Paterno took over for Penn State.

This year, early expectations are in favor of Penn State with them being considered one of the top teams in the country and West Virginia coming off a disappointing 5-7 year. Although as everyone saw with TCU’s run last season, anything can happen.

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