Penn State and Kent State will kickoff at 3:30 p.m. when the two teams meet on Sept. 21 at Beaver Stadium,according to a team spokesman. It will be broadcast live on the Big Ten Network.
Kent State fell to Bowling Green last week, 41-22, and bested Liberty 17-10 in their opening game. The Golden Flashes went 11-3 last season and a perfect 8-0 in conference. Kent State had lost once all season before losing back-to-back games to end the year — the MAC Championship to Northern Illinois and theGoDaddy.com Bowl to Arkansas State.
Darrell Hazell, the coach for the previous two years, is now the head man at Purdue. Paul Hoynes was a member of Hazell’s staff and is now the head coach.