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What Time, TV Channel is Penn State Basketball vs. St. Francis? Point Spread, FREE Live Stream, More

Penn State Basketball hosts the St. Francis Red Flash Tuesday, November 14, 2023 in a 7 p.m. tip at the Bryce Jordan Center on the Big Ten Network.

Penn State, off to a strong start at 2-0 after victories over Delaware State and Lehigh, welcomes two more, well, not exactly the strongest opponents to State College.
The Nittany Lions, led by Kanye Clary and his 21.0 points per game, have impressed thus far, despite issues shooting the ball from beyond the arc and with turnovers (a conference-‘leading’ 18.0 turnovers per game).
Neither opponent this week should scare the Nittany Lions.
But, playing the closest Division 1 team to University Park could create a fun atmosphere in the otherwise dull Bryce Jordan Center.
The Red Flash don’t have a single player averaging double figures and are averaging just 51.7 points per game.  To listen to a full preview of both St. Francis and Morehead State (Friday), listen to this week’s episode of Shots Gotta Fall Podcast, the Premiere, the Best, the Only Penn State Basketball podcast.
Who: St. Francis Red Flash at Penn State Basketball
When: 7:00 pm
Where: Bryce Jordan Center
Television: BTN
FREE Livestream: FuboTV (Free Trial)
Spread: Penn State -30.5

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Evan Smith

Evan Smith is an alum of Penn State (Marketing, Economics, 2011) and a basketball season ticket holder since 2006. NittanyCentral is his second reporting job following the Men's Basketball program. He co-founded and co-hosts the Shots Gotta Fall - The Penn State Basketball Podcast (the premiere, the best, the only) with Steve Travis. Smith's most proud moment covering the team was seeing the national No. 9 ranking during Pat Chambers' last year. His most embarrassing moment was spending almost a thousand dollars to travel 2,000 miles in 46 hours to watch the Nittany Lions lose to Temple in the 2011 NCAA Tournament (screw you Juan Fernandez).