Complete information for Saturday's game between the Temple Owls and Penn State Nittany Lions.
Temple Owls vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
The Penn State Nittany Lions (5-4) host the Temple Owls (5-4) on Saturday afternoon in Happy Valley. Penn State beat Indiana last week to end a four-game losing streak and move above .500. Temple has dropped three of its past four games, including a 16-13 loss to Memphis last week.
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How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN 2
Penn State Nittany Lions
11/8: Penn State 13, Indiana 7
Penn State snapped its four-game losing streak by knocking off Indiana on the road. Christian Hackenberg struggled and completed just 12 of 29 passes for 168 yards and two interceptions, but Bill Belton carried the offense with 137 rushing yards and a touchdown. Penn State's defense limited Indiana to just 68 passing yards and 221 total yards.
11/1: Maryland 20, Penn State 19
The Nittany Lions dropped their fourth straight game on a last-minute field goal by Maryland's Brad Craddock. Christian Hackenberg completed just 18 of 42 passes for 177 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Penn State lost despite outgaining Maryland 219-192.
10/25: Ohio State 31, Penn State 24 (2 OT)
Penn State came back from a 17-point deficit before losing to Ohio State in double overtime. The Nittany Lions forced overtime with Sam Ficken's 31-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining in regulation. DaeSean Hamilton led the charge with 14 catches for 126 yards.
10/11: Michigan 18, Penn State 13
The loss snapped the Nittany Lions' three-game winning streak away from home and its four-game winning streak against Michigan. Leading receiver DaeSean Hamilton caught his first career touchdown pass. Penn State scored on its first three possessions for the first time since 2012.
9/27: Northwestern 29, Penn State 6
The Nittany Lions produced just 50 rushing yards and 266 yards of total offense in the defeat. Quarterback Christian Hackenburg completed just 22 of his 45 pass attempts for 216 yards, giving him a 4.8 yards per attempt average. Penn State allowed two touchdowns in the first quarter, which were the first points scored against its defense in the first quarter this season.
9/20: Penn State 48, Massachusetts 7
Penn State moved to 4-0 with a win over UMass. Christian Hackenberg finished with 179 passing yards and no touchdowns. Akeel Lynch and Bill Belton were the team's top two rushers. Lynch finished with 81 yards and one touchdown, while Belton had 76 yards and two scores.
9/13: Penn State 13, Rutgers 10
Penn State went back on the road to defeat Rutgers for its first 3-0 start since 2009. Christian Hackenberg had 309 passing yards and no touchdowns. Penn State had two receivers finish with over 100 yards: Geno Lewis had 109 yards on six catches, and DaeSean Hamilton finished with eight catches for 103 yards.
9/6: Penn State 21, Akron 3
Christian Hackenberg threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns. Junior tight end Jesse James had two touchdown catches. The Penn State defense held the Zips to 277 total yards, including 69 yards on 25 rush attempts.
8/30: Penn State 26, UCF 24
The Nittany Lions opened the season at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland. Sam Ficken kicked a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give Penn State the win. Hackenberg threw for a school-record 454 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. It was Penn State's first ever game outside the United States and the first international game played by a Big Ten team since Wisconsin played Michigan State in Tokyo in 1993.
11/7: Memphis 16, Temple 13
After jumping out to a 10-0 lead, the Owls only managed a field goal during the final three quarters and lost to the Tigers. P.J. Walker completed 16 of 37 passes for 140 yards and an interception, and Kenneth Harper had 17 carries for 116 yards and a touchdown. Jake Elliot's 31-yard field goal as time expired won the game for Memphis.
11/1: Temple 20, East Carolina 10
The Owls forced five fumbles to upset then-No. 23 East Carolina at home. East Carolina's five turnovers were enough to negate its 428-135 edge in total yards. P.J. Walker completed seven of 19 passes for 70 yards, and Kenneth Harper had 29 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Tavon Young returned a fumble 63 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter.
10/25: UCF 34, Temple 14
Temple gave up 17 points in the first quarter and never got closer than 10 points the rest of the way in a loss to UCF. The Owls were outgained 466-182 and also dominated in time of possession, as the Knights had the ball for more than 43 minutes.