Network change announced for IU’s game at Penn State #iufb

Indiana’s game at Penn State this Saturday will now air on ESPN at noon, the network announced Thursday. The contest was previously scheduled to air on ESPN2 before the change was made.

Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht and Paul Carcaterra will have the call from Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pa.


  1. Movin’ on up, to the East side, to de-luxe apartment in the sky. The networks are taking notice of this program. Keep moving forward Hoosiers and give ’em a show. Go Hoosiers!!!

  2. Keith, sorry about the abbreviated post but you are right about IU moving on up. I hope they play as hard as they did against OSU they will beat PSU. IU is improving and getting better every week and I hope they continue getting better. Even without Sudfeld or Howard, I hope they are back, our offense will still be in good shape. I hope the defensive front gets to the QB like Temple did and keep Hackenberg having time to pick out receivers. The pressure from the front can also lead to interceptions by the coverage and give the offense more times to score.

    Diamont can give PSU front fits and scramble for big yards. His passing is better but he needs to not throw the ball to PSU players like he got away from an INT against OSU. I am excited to see how IU plays this week.

  3. I’m with you vesuvius13. I don’t see the same let down the team had after beating Mizzou. I believe these kids will continue to compete. They’ve had plenty of opportunities this season to fall into the old pattern and they absolutely have not done so. I’m excited to see the next step in program growth tomorrow. Go Hoosiers!!!

  4. Have to think our coaching staff is doing everything they possibly can to avert us laying an egg at PSU. I think the defense will show up as they did with OSU. My concern is the offense. I really like Zander and hope he’s up to the challenge.

  5. I really like Zander too, but the best chance for IU to win this game against PSU is if Sudfeld plays and has a good day. I hope his ankle is read to go. And of course, our receivers need to eliminate the dropped passes. This will be another tough game, regardless of who plays QB.

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