Penn State-Pitt To Be Televised On ESPN
As if this week’s highly-anticipated interstate clash couldn’t get more exciting, Penn State athletics announced that Saturday’s Penn State-Pitt matchup at Heinz Field will be televised on ESPN.
The broadcast team will feature Bob Wischusen on play-by-play, former University of Washington quarterback Brock Huard on color commentary, and Allison Williams down on the field as the network’s sideline reporter. The game will kick off at noon.
This will be Penn State’s second announced game broadcasted on the ESPN family of networks. The Nittany Lions’ primetime clash against Ohio State will be televised on ESPN, ESPN2, or ABC.
Pitt is currently a 4.5 point favorite against the Nittany Lions after week one.
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