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How to Watch: Penn State Wraps up Spring Season With Annual Blue-White Game

Photo by Eddie Provident, Nittany Sports Now: Drew Allar

Year 11 of Penn State spring football under James Franklin is about to be wrapped up.

Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium will be the time and place for Penn State’s annual spring game.

For Franklin, this is nothing new, but for some players, it will be their first time playing for Penn State, albeit in a scrimmage.

The fact that it’s a scrimmage means that Beaver Stadium won’t be sold out the way it is for most of Penn State’s regular-season home games. But expect Penn State to draw better than most for their spring games. Last season, Penn State had an announced attendance of 63,000, which was the third-highest behind Nebraska and Ohio State.

Whatever the crowd size this season, plenty of them will be excited to see Julian Fleming. The former Ohio State receiver is well familiar with Penn State, growing up in Catalissa, which is roughly an hour and a half from State College. A five-star recruit from Southern Columbia High School, Penn State wanted Fleming badly, but he ended up singing with Ohio State. After four seasons and two trips for Beaver Stadium as an opponent, Fleming will now be playing for the home team, and Saturday will be the first time fans get to see it.

The spring game is scheduled to begin at 2. For PSU fans who won’t be in Happy Valley, here’s more information on how to watch and listen to the game.

TV: Big Ten Network 

TV Announcers: Jason Ross (PXP), former PSU defensive tackle Matt Millen (color), former PSU tight end Adam Breneman (sideline)


Radio: PSU Football Radio Affiliates

Radio announcers: Steve Jones (PXP), Jack Ham (color)


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