Start time for 2023 Blue-White Game announced

We already knew what day the Penn State Blue-White Game was going to be played. Now we know the scheduled start time.

On Tuesday, Penn State announced the official start time for this year’s spring game, the highlight of the weekend in State College. Penn State’s annual Blue-White Game will begin at 2:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 15.

It is unconfirmed at this point in time if the game will be available for viewing on the Big Ten Network or any other network, but that information will be made available at a later time.

Penn State will head into the 2023 Blue-White Game with a rising sense of optimism surrounding the team after an 11-2 season with a victory in the Rose Bowl to cap things off. Penn State finished at no. 7 in both the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll and the AP Top 25, and the Nittany Lions are a trendy top 10 pick already in the various way-too-early top 25 projections for next season.

Penn State will return some key pieces on defense with the returns of Adisa Isaac and Curtis Jacobs to go with the rising stardom of players like Kalen King and Abdul Carter. The offense will continue to build confidence in the running game with Nick Singleton and Kaytron Allen leading the way behind an offensive line that will return Olu Fashanu and introduce some new stars in the Class of 2023 with J'ven Williams and Alex Birchmeier. And, of course, this spring will see Drew Allar step into the leading role at quarterback as the successor to Sean Clifford, who leaves Penn State after rewriting the school’s record book for the past six years.

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