At long last, college football is nearly back. Here’s how to watch Penn State Nittany Lions football throughout the 2022 season.
WE ARE PENN STATE! Football is almost back – which means we finally have our Saturday rituals back. Here’s how to watch Penn State Nittany Lions football in 2022.
Penn State Football Outlook 2022
There’s a lot that head coach James Franklin needs to fix heading into 2022. The Nittany Lions are 11-11 over their last 22 games, coming off a season in which they didn’t have a 100-yard rusher in a single game.
The good news is the Nittany Lions have a capable, experience quarterback in Sean Clifford. Clifford isn’t the type to take over a game, and he’s had his share of bad performances, but he should be a steady presence under center.
Unfortunately, center (and guard and tackle) might not be steady. Penn State’s offensive line had a myriad of issues last year and the player’s who will likely start in 2022 don’t have a ton of experience. However, if they can gel together, there’s plenty of offensive talent in Happy Valley – including running back Keyvone Lee and wide receivers Parker Washington and Mitchell Tinsley.
Penn State Football Schedule 2022
Currently, the Nittany Lions have three games locked into both a time slot and a network. There’s an additional game (vs Central Michigan) that doesn’t have a time slot, but will air on the Big Ten Network.
Thursday, September 1: at Purdue (8PM ET, FOX)
Saturday, September 10: vs Ohio (12PM ET, ABC)
Saturday, September 17: at Auburn (3:30PM ET, CBS)
Overall, week three is the first big-time matchup for the Nittany Lions. A win over Auburn would obviously set the tone for the season – even if Auburn isn’t the powerhouse it was a few years ago. October brings a number of huge tests – with an away game against Michigan and a home game against Ohio State coming in a three-week stretch.
How to watch Penn State football in 2022
The best way to watch Penn State football is with fuboTV. Most fans in Pennsylvania will get access to all of their local stations (NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX), which will obviously cover a good number of games.
Plus, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPNU. In certain markets, you can even get the Big Ten Network. Not that the Big Ten Network will carry many games, but you’ll likely get the chance to see smaller matchups.
fuboTV’s Pro plan includes 128 channels (including all those listed above), a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and unlimited screens on your home Wi-Fi network. You can get a one-week free trial today and after that it’s $69.99 per month.
You can cancel your plan anytime, so if you just want to roll with them from August until January, feel free.
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