The kickoff time has been set for Penn State-Indiana.
Oct. 28’s game at Beaver Stadium won’t be a “Big Noon” matchup, but it will be at noon.
The game is set to be carried on the CBS, the second time Penn State’s played on that station this year.
— Penn State Athletics (@GoPSUsports) October 16, 2023
CBS was there for Penn State’s 31-0 win over Iowa Sept. 30. Brad Nessler (PXP) and Gary Danielson (color) had that game. The broadcast team for this game hasn’t been set yet. This will be the second time CBS has broadcasted a game in Beaver Stadium since 1993. CBS was also there for Penn State’s 41-12 beat down at Auburn in 2022.
Although Indiana (2-4, 0-3) isn’t very good, the game could make for an electric Beaver Stadium atmosphere. If Penn State beats Ohio State Saturday, the team will almost certainly be in the top three come Oct. 28. It would also be the program’s first game back after what would be a landmark win in Columbus.
Penn State’s gotten a lot of wins over Indiana over the years. PSU leads the all-time series 24-2 in a matchup that dates back to 1993, the year Penn State started playing in the Big Ten. Indiana’s only wins over Penn State came in 2013 (a 44-24 drubbing) and 2020 (an overtime win remembered for current Washington QB and Heisman favorite Michael Peinx’s controversial game-winning score in OT).
Both of those wins were in Bloomington. Indiana has never won in Happy Valley, and won’t he expected to in 2023. PSU came to Indiana last season and took care of the assignment, winning 45-14. Most will be expecting a similar lopsided result in 2023’s game at Beaver Stadium.