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More 2011 Kickoff Times Announced, Including Alabama

The Big Ten released the kickoff times for the first three weeks of the season, which includes two Penn State home games.

The highly-anticipated showdown with Alabama will be a 3:30pm kickoff and will be televised on ABC.

Penn State will host Indiana State on September 3 at 12pm. That game will be televised by the Big Ten Network.

As of today, Penn State’s schedule looks like this (all times are EST):

Sept. 3 vs. Indiana State – 12pm, BTN

Sept. 10 vs. Alabama (White House) – 3:30pm, ABC

Sept. 17 @ Temple – TBD

Sept. 24 vs. Eastern Michigan – TBD

Oct. 1 @ Indiana – TBD

Oct. 8 vs. Iowa – TBD

Oct. 15 vs. Purdue (Homecoming) – 12pm, TBD

Oct. 22 @ Northwestern – 7pm, BTN

Oct. 29 vs. Illinois – TBD

Nov. 12 vs. Nebraska (Senior Day) – TBD

Nov. 19 @ Ohio State – TBD

Nov. 26 @ Wisconsin – TBD

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John is a senior in the Smeal College of Business majoring in Marketing. He currently serves as the President of the Paternoville Coordination Committee and as a THON Chair for Nittany Nation. He tweets a lot.


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