Penn State at Indiana: Television Coverage, Announcers, Live Stream

Find out where to catch all the action Saturday between the No. 10 Penn State Nittany Lions and the Indiana Hoosiers. 

Penn State has suddenly vaulted into the top 10 of the College Football Playoff rankings. The Nittany Lions have used a five-game win streak and a high-powered offense to move back into national prominence. Up next this week is a tricky road test in Bloomington.

Offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead brought a lot of expectations with him to Happy Valley this season, and early returns were not favorable. However, quarterback Trace McSorley has grown and developed recently.

Running back Saquon Barkley is one of the top backs in the country. He’s gone over 200 total yards in three of the last four games and will look to do the same this week.

The Hoosiers enter the contest with a two-game win streak, but lost three in a row prior to that against Oho State, Nebraska, and Northwestern. Indiana already beat a ranked team at home this season (No. 17 Michigan State) and will look to do the same this week.

Indiana has a potent passing attack that could test the Penn State defense. Quarterback Richard Lagow is second in the Big Ten with 2,574 yards and third with 15 touchdowns.

Kickoff for the Big Ten battle in Bloomington is set for noon Eastern time. The game will be shown on ABC and ESPN2 in conjunction with Baylor vs. Oklahoma, depending on the region of the country.

Bob Wischusen and former college and NFL quarterback Brock Huard will be on the call.

If you won’t be near a television, check out a live stream of the game on WatchESPN.

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