Penn State's future schedules take shape

UNIVERSITY PARK – Penn State’s future football schedules are starting to take shape.

The Nittany Lions filled out their 2020 schedule by adding home games against Nevada and San Jose State. Penn State Athletics released the schedule this afternoon.

Also, it was announced that Penn State will face Bowling Green on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2024. It will be the third meeting between the schools. The Nittany Lions were victors over BGSU in 1987 and 1998. Both games were played at Beaver Stadium.

Since the 2020 schedule is complete, it means that Penn State will open conference play against Northwestern on Saturday, Sept. 26. Other home Big Ten games will be: Iowa (Saturday, Oct. 17), Ohio State (Saturday, Oct. 24), Michigan State (Saturday, Nov. 14) and Maryland (Saturday, Nov. 21).

To check out all of Penn State’s future schedules, visit: http://happyvalley.com/penn-state/schedules/19-penn-state-football-sched

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