Gameday Coverage: Penn State vs. Temple
Penn State kicks off against Temple in the final non-conference game for both teams. Each team is 5-4, and looking to become bowl-eligible with a win. The Nittany Lions are coming off a 13-7 win over Indiana, while the Owls fell to Memphis by three points last Friday.
Penn State leads the all-time series 38-3-1.
Below is all of the media information you’ll need for Saturday’s game:
Kickoff: Noon, Eastern time.
Television: ESPN2 — Beth Mowins, Joey Galloway, and Paul Carcaterra.
Radio: Penn State Sports Network: Steve Jones, Jack Ham, Loren Crispell. Local: 93.7 FM & 1450 AM. Sirius: Ch. 113; XM: Ch. 195.
Weather: Accuweather.com says it’ll be 34 degrees at kickoff, and the high will be around 39 degrees. Luckily, there’s a 0% chance of any precipitation.
Last time they met: The Nittany Lions defeated Temple 24-13 in 2012. Zach Zwinak rushed for 94 yards, and the Matt McGloin-led offense tallied 491 total yards.
Injuries: Adam Breneman (knee), Ben Kline (Achilles), Zach Zwinak (leg injury) and Ryan Keiser are all injured and out for the year for the Nittany Lions.
Media Coverage: Be sure to follow both @OnwardState and @OnwardStSports to receive the full game experience. Our main account will tweet photos, big plays, and other interesting information throughout the game, and @OnwardStSports will tweet play-by-play, statistics, and analysis. You can also follow along with the game on our Facebook page, and on our live blog.
Alex Robinson (@ARobinsonPSU) and CJ Doon (@CJDoon) will be in the press box for Onward State. Bobby Chen (@ryschen) will be taking photos on the field. StateCollege.com will have Ben Jones (@Ben_Jones88) and Mike Poorman (@PSUPoorman) in the box.
A recap of our coverage from throughout the week, and coverage from StateCollege.com, can be found below:
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