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Saturday's Penn State-Indiana game will now be telecast on ESPN

STAFF REPORT
YorkDispatch


Penn State's homecoming game against Indiana on Saturday has been moved from ESPN2 to ESPN.

The contest will still start at noon.

Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht and Paul Carcaterra will call the action.

Other Big Ten programming changes for Saturday include: ESPN2 will now televise Illinois at Iowa (noon), while ESPNU will air Minnesota at Purdue (3:30 p.m.).

The changes, and those made to Saturday's Southeastern Conference and American Athletic Conference schedules, were made to accommodate the shift in venue and time of the LSU-South Carolina game as a result of last week's weather-related issues in the state of South Carolina.

Penn State and Indiana have squared off every year since 2007 in Big Ten games. The Nittany Lions are 17-1 all-time against the Hoosiers, including a perfect 8-0 mark in home games.

A stout defensive effort led the Nittany Lions past the Hoosiers, 13-7, last season.