Interest in Pen State football nationally is at such a high level that for the first time, ESPN will air a Big Ten spring game. ESPN2 have announced that they will will broadcast the Blue-White Game on April 24 (2 p.m. ET).
An estimated 76,500 fans attended last year’s Blue-White Game at Beaver Stadium. Penn State certainly does its spring game right, holding a pregame autograph session with players and announcing the spring award winners.
Penn State starts spring ball later this month, and the quarterback competition will take center stage as the Lions try to replace first-team All-Big Ten selection Daryll Clark.