Penn State football’s contest against Indiana on Nov. 16 has officially been slated as a noon kickoff, according to an announcement from the Nittany Lions. The game will be broadcast on ABC.
Under James Franklin, the Nittany Lions are 5-0 against the Hoosiers and 21-1 all time.
Penn State’s first contest at Beaver Stadium since the White Out is placed between two of its toughest games of the season. The team dropped a 31-26 heartbreaker to Minnesota on Saturday, and it will take on Ohio State at noon on Nov. 23 in Columbus.
The Nittany Lions head into the game at 8-1 overall, 5-1 in the Big Ten. The Hoosiers are 7-2, 4-2 and were on a bye this week after throttling Northwestern 34-3 last week.
The only game left on Penn State’s schedule without a network and time assignment is its regular season finale against Rutgers on Nov. 30. If that game begins at noon, every game the team plays in the month of November will have gotten started in college football’s earliest possible time slot.