Hey, Penn State People, Trying to Hang in Philly and Then Day Trip to Baltimore in 2015?

Hey, Penn State People, Trying to Hang in Philly and Then Day Trip to Baltimore in 2015?

Penn State's relationship with the NCAA isn't the best at the moment, so the Nittany Lions are moving to the NFL!

Well, a couple of the stadiums at least.

The Big Ten released its 2015 football schedules on Tuesday and the Nittany Lions will be playing right off I-95 twice in just under two months.

PSU will open its season in Philadelphia on Sept. 5 at Lincoln Financial Field vs. Temple, and then, on Oct. 24, make its first road trip to visit the University of Maryland. That game will not be held at Byrd Stadium on the Terps' campus -- cool place, by the way -- but in M&T Bank Stadium -- the home of the NFL's Ravens -- in Baltimore.

Maryland, just a reminder, is scheduled to join the Big Ten in 2014.

Speaking of which, since we're discussing non-State College trips way in advance, Bill O'Brien's team will play the 2014 Big Ten opener when they travel to Rutgers next year.

But back to the original point of this post, the full 2015 schedule -- save for two more yet-to-be-scheduled-out-of-conference matchups -- via our guy Kevin McGuire over at The Examiner:

Penn State's 2015 Football Schedule
(as of June 3, 2013; home games in CAPS, * = Big Ten game)

  • Sep. 5 - at Temple
  • Sep. 12 - BUFFALO
  • Sep. 19 - RUTGERS*
  • Sep. 26 - Open Date
  • Oct. 3 - Open Date
  • Oct. 10 - INDIANA*
  • Oct. 17 - at Ohio State*
  • Oct. 24 - Maryland* (Baltimore)
  • Oct. 31 - ILLINOIS*
  • Nov. 7 - at Northwestern*
  • Nov. 14 - Open Date
  • Nov. 21 - MICHIGAN*
  • Nov. 28 - at Michigan State*

Boh.

Sixers' game vs. Kings rescheduled for Jan. 30

Sixers' game vs. Kings rescheduled for Jan. 30

The NBA has determined a new date for the Sixers home game against the Kings, which was postponed on Nov. 30 because of unsafe playing conditions on the court.

The game has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. This will create back-to-backs for both teams.

The Sixers are playing in Chicago on Jan. 29. They will play consecutive games against the Bulls and Kings, then have a road back-to-back against the Mavericks and Spurs on Feb. 1 and 2.

The Kings will be on what is now an eight-game road trip. They will play a back-to-back against the Rockets the next night in Houston.