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Buffalo Bulls vs. Penn State Nittany Lions football: How to watch, listen, stream and more

Here's everything you need to know if you want to see if Buffalo can use their momentum from last week's 51-14 win over Albany to get the best of a struggling Penn State squad.

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After a 51-14 trouncing of Albany last Saturday, the Buffalo Bulls look to topple the Penn State Nittany Lions this afternoon.

The Bulls played well in their season opener a week ago. In their first ever game under former Wisconsin-Whitewater head coach Lance Leipold, the Bulls wasted no time disposing of in-state FCS foe Albany. Quarterback Joe Licata completed over 75% of his passes in that one, and Buffalo was able to utilize six different rushers to run for 212 yards on the Great Danes.

Penn State's Saturday was a different story. The Nittany Lions lost to in-state rival Temple for the first time in 74 long years. PSU also allowed Christian Hackenberg to be taken to the ground 10 times versus the Owls. James Franklin's team will then be looking for a rebound at home versus the Bulls.

Quick Game Info

Game location, time: Saturday, September 12 at 12:00 p.m. EST

Location: Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania.

TV: This game will be on ESPN 2.

Online streaming: This game can be seen on the WatchESPN app, available for iOS and Android powered devices. Click here to watch live.

Radio: The game can be heard on ESPN 1520 AM Buffalo. Click here to listen if outside the Niagara area.

Odds: Most places have Penn State by 20.5. For a full list of odds, click here.

Players to Watch

Joe Licata (QB, Buffalo)- Buffalo's star quarterback was 20/26 a week ago. He'll need a similar performance if Buffalo is to get past Penn State in this one.

Anthone Taylor (RB, Buffalo)- The Buffalo running back averaged over six yards a carry last Saturday. His 104 yards were good, and Taylor will looked upon once again this Saturday if UB is to pull out a victory.

Christian Hackenberg (QB, Penn State)- Hackenburg was tossed around by Temple's defense a week ago, and he struggled throughout. Ultimately, he was sacked ten times on Saturday.

Offensive Line (OL, Penn State)- The Nittany Lions' O-line was awful on Saturday. They gave up ten sacks, and a similar performance could allow Buffalo a chance to win in today's game.