Kickoff: Nov. 20, FedEx Field, Landover, Md.; time not yet announced
TV: Not yet announced
Series: Penn State has never lost in 13 games against the Hoosiers. The Nittany Lions won at home last year, 31-20.
Who will win and why: Penn State. This is a road game, but the crowd likely will be at least 90 percent PSU fans. Indiana sold its right to host the game to the Washington Redskins, who will pay the school $3 million. The Hoosiers typically make less than $1 million for a home game.
About Indiana: Head coach Bill Lynch is 14-23 in three seasons. ... The Hoosiers went 4-8 overall and 1-7 in the Big Ten last year. ... Sr. QB Ben Chappell is good as long as he protects the ball. He completed 62.6 percent of his passes for 2,941 yards and had 17 TDs last season, but he also threw 15 INTs. ... The Hoosiers have one of the league's best WRs in Jr. Tandon Doss, who caught 77 passes for 962 yards and five TDs. ... So. RB Darius Willis led the team with 607 yards rushing and six TDs. ... The Hoosiers have nine starters back on offense. ... Their problem last year was the other side of the ball as they allowed 29.5 points per game.
Look out for: College football is a business, and the situation surrounding this game is a great example. Indiana can make a lot of money, but to do so it has to essentially go play a road game because most of the stadium's 91,704 seats will be sold to PSU fans.
Penn State's record after this game: 7-4