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Kickoff for Penn State-Ohio State showdown set for noon

Penn State coach James Franklin leads his team onto the field for its game against Purdue.

The eagerly anticipated matchup between No. 1 Ohio State and No. 4 Penn State on Saturday, Nov. 23 will kick off at noon, Fox announced Wednesday.

The network also said its Big Noon Kickoff pregame show will be broadcast from Columbus starting at 10 that morning.

Ohio State (8-0) faces Maryland and Rutgers the next two weeks. Penn State (8-0) takes on No. 13 Minnesota and Indiana. The teams have met every year since Penn State joined the Big Ten in 1993. Ohio State has won 17 of the 25 meetings.

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