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Gameday Coverage: Penn State vs. Indiana

Good afternoon from Bloomington, Indiana where the Penn State Nittany Lions (3-1) are set to face the Indiana Hoosiers (2-2) in the Big Ten conference opener. Penn State enters the game coming off of a bye week that followed a 34-0 shutout victory against Kent State. Indiana won its opener against 73-35 before losing a close game to Navy 41-35. The Hoosiers beat Bowling Green 42-10 in Week 3 and lost to Missouri 45-28 two weeks ago before having a bye. Indiana led by head coach Kevin Wilson who is 7-21 in his third season at the helm. Bill O’Brien is facing Indiana for the second time as Penn State’s head coach and will look to add on to the Nittany Lions’ perfect record (16-0) against the Hoosiers.

Below is all of the media information and coverage for today:

Kickoff: 12:00 p.m.

Television: BTN — Matt Devlin (Play-by-play), Glen Mason (Analyst), Jon Jansen (Sideline)

Radio: Penn State Sports Network — Steve Jones (Play-by-play), Jack Ham (Analyst), Loren Crispell (Sideline reporter)

Weather: 80 degrees, Partly Cloudy, 50% chance of rain, 82% humidity. Look for some rain in the second half.

Last Time They Met: Matt McGloin had one of his best games of the season against Indiana last year, totaling 395 yards and four touchdowns including three to Allen Robinson in a 45-22 victory.

Injuries: Mike Hull is back in action and ready to go today. Ryan Keiser will miss the game with a hand injury suffered against Kent State before the bye week. Bill O’Brien says that he hopes to have Keiser back for Michigan next week.

Offensive guard Bernard Taylor is questionable today with an ankle jersey. Offensive tackle Peyton Eckert is expected to be out with a back injury.

Media Coverage: @OnwardState will have live tweets, Facebook updates, and a live blog throughout the game as reporters Zach Berger (@theZachBerger) and Alex Robinson (@ARobinsonPSU) made the trip and will be in the press box. Photographer Grant Brown (@granttbrown) will be on the field. reporter Mike Poorman (@PSUPoorman) will also have coverage from the press box.

A recap of coverage from both outlets throughout the week can be found below:

Onward State:

Staff Predictions: Penn State vs. Indiana

Penn State to Open Big Ten Schedule Against Indiana

O’Brien Presser: Penn State Ready To Take On A Tough Indiana Offense

Michigan Homecoming Clash Sold Out

Joe Paterno’s Final Speech Immortalized by his Former Players

Vote Bill O’Brien For Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award

Looking Ahead to a Sanction-less Future at Penn State

Bill O’Brien, Joyner React to Scholarship Restoration

Game Day Observations: Kent State

Take Aways From Penn State’s Shutout Against Kent State

Five Keys To Beating Indiana

100 Weeks Later, Bill O’Brien Cut-Blocks Sanction Talk

Bill O’Brien Radio Show Recap

Best Case, Worst Case For All Of Penn State’s Big Ten Games

Bye Week A Valuable Time For Coaches And Players

Part 2: Matt McGloin on Rebuilding Penn State Football, the Pressures of 2012 and Bill O’Brien’s Future

Defense Focused, Not Relying On Past Performances

Handing Out The Grades Following Penn State’s Non Conference Schedule

Turnover Margin Not Yet Problem, But Something To Keep An Eye On

Part 1: Matt McGloin on the Penn State Football Sanctions, Playing in the NFL and Christian Hackenberg

“Seats For Soldiers” Program Set For Penn State-Purdue

The 2013 Team On Pace To Be One Of The Best In The Fourth Quarter

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Zach Berger

Zach Berger is a reporter and Onward State's Managing Editor Emeritus. You can find him at the Phyrst more nights than not. If he had to pick a last meal, Zach would go for a medium-rare New York strip steak with a side of garlic mashed potatoes and a cold BrewDog Punk IPA. You can reach him via e-mail at [email protected] or on Twitter at @theZachBerger.

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