How to Watch Michigan State vs. Penn State: TV Channel, Kick-off Time, Live Stream


Michigan State may not be playing for a spot in the Big Ten title game anymore, but it still plays for a lot of other things as Penn State comes to town in the regular season finale: The first regular season. of 10 program wins since 2015, a potential spot in the New Years Six Bowl, and of course the Land Grant Trophy.


Who: No.12 Michigan State (9-2, 6-2) vs. Penn State (7-4, 4-4)

When: 3:36 p.m.

Where: Spartan Stadium, East Lansing

Twitter: Follow Matt Wenzel

Live updates: join the MLive conversation at 2:30 p.m.

Last row: Penn State -1


Television Network: ABC (Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Molly McGrath)

Streaming options

Live College Football Watch and DVR | fuboTV: Stream live TV with ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN and the best channels without cable. DVR included. Start watching for free. No contract, cancel anytime.

WatchESPN | Hulu + Live TV | Sling | YouTube TV

Main cable companies

Comcast: Channel 3/231 (HD) | Diffusion

Spectrum: Canal 7/782 (HD) | Diffusion

Flat: Canal 53 | Diffusion

DIRECTV: Channel 53 | Diffusion

* Channel numbers shown are for Michigan subscribers and may change by geographic area. Check local listings.


Radio network: Spartan Media Network

Affiliates: WJR-AM 760 Detroit; WJIM-AM 1240 / WMMQ-FM 94.9 Lansing; 22 other Michigan affiliates listed on

Live broadcast: | iPhone application | Android app

Satellite: SiriusXM channel. 83


Five essential readings before kick-off:

* Mel Tucker has a few more dollars in his pocket and Michigan State is hoping he will coach him for a long time. Tucker signed a new 10-year, $ 95 million contract on Wednesday to make him the second-highest-paid college football coach behind Alabama’s Nick Saban.

* Michigan state’s injury woes have piled up: they could do without their top two wide receivers, left tackle and more on Saturday. Kenneth Walker III is also attacked. Coaches are looking to a multitude of reserves to step up and help end the season strong.

* Tucker took a rare moment to meet his team’s outward expectations this week after the team’s 49-point loss to Ohio State. He pointed out that while the Spartans have already far surpassed what others expected of them (their upper / lower win tally was four), they also weren’t “playing with house money.”

* How much Walker is available, how the Michigan State pass defense is reacting and how many fans are in the stands are among the five things to watch for Matt Wenzel on Saturday.

* Connor Heyward is among the Michigan State players entering the field for Seniors Day on Saturday, and he has one of the most interesting stories ever: A player who entered the transfer portal was retired, changed positions and became an NFL prospect.


Michigan State

* Passes: Payton Thorne 187-309, 2,611 yards, 22 TD, 8 INT

* Rushing: Kenneth Walker III 233 carries, 1,498 yards, 17 TD

* Receive: Jayden Reed 47 catches, 857 yards, 7 touchdowns

* Tackles: Xavier Henderson 89

* Bags: Jeff Pietrowski, Jacub Panasiuk 5.5

* Interceptions: Henderson, Charles Brantley, Noah Harvey, Chester Kimbrough, Justin White, Cal Haladay, Darius Snow, Angelo Grose, Xavier Henderson, Ronald Williams 1

State of pennsylvania

* Passing: Sean Clifford 224-362, 2599 yards, 17 TD, 6 INT

* Rushing: Keyvone Lee 89 carries, 416 yards, 2 TD

* Receiving: Jahan Dotson 83 catches, 1,045 yards, 10 touchdowns

* Attacks: Ellis Brooks 91

* Bags: Arnold Ebiketie 9.5

* Interceptions: Ji-Ayir Brown 4

BIG TEN SCHEDULE (with predictions)

Friday November 26

Iowa 28, Nebraska 21

Saturday November 27

Ohio State, Michigan, noon (FOX)

Maryland at Rutgers, noon (BTN)

Penn State at Michigan State, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)

Indiana at Purdue, 3:30 p.m. (FS1)

Northwestern Illinois, 3:30 p.m. ET (BTN)

Wisconsin vs. Minnesota, 4 p.m. ET (FOX)


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