Penn State Football Unveils 2023 Schedule Poster

It’s almost time for Penn State football.

The Nittany Lions unveiled their 2023 schedule poster Tuesday night on Twitter, which features a variety of Happy Valley landmarks including the Lion Shrine, the We Are sign, Mount Nittany, and Beaver Stadium.

The official schedule poster will be available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12, on Old Main Lawn amid Arts Fest festivities. Folks that can’t make it to Old Main Lawn on July 12 can pick the poster up at a slew of State College businesses and locations beginning at 10 a.m. on July 12 including:

  • Blaise Alexander Dealerships
  • Ciocca Dealerships
  • Family Clothesline
  • Happy Valley Adventure Bureau
  • Lion Country Lodging Hotels
  • McLanahan’s
  • Penn State All-Sports Museum
  • Planet Fitness
  • PSU Bookstore
  • Student Bookstore
  • Weis Markets

The poster showcases everything you need to know ahead of Penn State football’s 2023 campaign. The season will begin with a prime-time Beaver Stadium battle against West Virginia on September 2, followed by this year’s THON game at noon against Delaware on September 9.

The White Out is also scheduled for September 23 against Iowa. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m., and the matchup will be broadcast on CBS. Throughout the rest of the season, the Nittany Lions will host UMass, Indiana, Michigan, and Rutgers, and travel to Illinois, Northwestern, Ohio State, Maryland, and Michigan State.

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