What channel is Penn State’s games on this week? How to watch

Penn State is 3-1 in its last four with Ace Baldwin averaging nearly 20 points and over eight assists per game, but will his hot hand be enough to drag the Nittany Lions through the end-of-season Big Ten gauntlet?
Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Mike Rhoades
Penn State Nittany Lions head coach Mike Rhoades / Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

After losing to Minnesota back on January 27, Penn State’s season had hit rock bottom. Kanye Clary the team’s leading scorer was injured and Mike Rhoades was off to a 3-6 start in his first nine conference games. However, since then Rhoades, has empowered his point guard, Ace Baldwin Jr. and the Nittany Lions have gone 3-1 to get to 12-12 on the year and 6-7 in conference play. 

Baldwin is playing like the best guard in the entire conference, and despite a loss to Boo Buie and Northwestern on Sunday, the Nittany Lions are riding a serious upswing into one of the most difficult stretches of their 2023-24 schedule. Now, Rhoades is forced to decide whether to reinsert Clary into his starting lineup or to ride Baldwin's hot hand.

Up next, Penn State plays Michigan State, Nebraska, and Illinois, three teams who are in contention for a double-bye in the Big Ten tournament which is just a month away. It’s now or never for Baldwin and Rhoades, so here’s how to watch two of the biggest games of the year this week. 

How to watch Michigan State vs. Penn State

  • Date: Wednesday, February 14
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Bryce Jordan Center
  • How to watch: Big Ten Network
  • Streaming: Fubo TV
  • Michigan State record: 15-9
  • Penn State record: 12-12

How to watch Penn State vs. Nebraska

  • Date: Saturday, February 17
  • Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Pinnacle Bank Arena
  • How to watch: Big Ten Network
  • Streaming: Fubo TV
  • Penn State record: 12-12
  • Nebraska record: 17-8