Penn State Football: Kickoff at Indiana Scheduled for Noon

Penn State’s kickoff at Indiana this coming Saturday has been set to start at noon. 

After an impressive victory at home over the Iowa Hawkeyes, Penn State will head out on the road this week for a matchup against the Indiana Hoosiers. Kickoff for the game has been set for noon Eastern time.

Penn State has won five straight games and has rapidly improved after being dominated by the Michigan Wolverines on September 24.

The return of linebackers Jason Cabinda and Brandon Bell has sparked a defense that was decimated by injuries to start the year. After really struggling, the defense has turned a corner and has become very difficult for opposing offenses.

After struggling through an adjustment period, the offense has become the high-powered unit that many had hoped it would under offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead. Quarterback Trace McSorley has made plays with both his legs and arms and has taken advantage of a talented group of receivers.

Running back Saquon Barkley continues to be one of the best in the nation.

Indiana is coming off a victory over Rutgers and is in the middle of a two-game win streak. The Hoosiers will look to avenge a 29-7 loss in Happy Valley last season.

Penn State is 18-1 all-time against the Hoosiers, with the only loss coming in Bloomington in 2013.

This year’s game will be aired on ABC with a reverse mirror on ESPN2.

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