The biggest thing missing is the Miami National Championship game.
The Big Ten Network is celebrating each conference school this summer with an entire day devoted to a single university. On Sunday, June 21, tune into the network for Penn State Day, featuring classic games, championship performances and original campus programming.
The day will feature classic Nittany Lion football games — including the 1984 game vs. Boston College and the 1983 National Championship Sugar Bowl victory over Georgia — and classic basketball games. See championship wins from this past season by the women's soccer and track and field teams.
Sunday, June 21 – PENN STATE DAY
6:00 a.m. The Big Ten's Greatest Games: 2001 – Penn State @ Michigan State [B]
8:00 a.m. Outdoor Track & Field: Outdoor Championship (5/17/09)
11:00 a.m. Campus Programming: Making the Blue Band
12:00 p.m. Women's Soccer: Big Ten Championship – Penn State vs. Minnesota (11/9/0
2:00 p.m. Big Ten Short Stories: Penn State Nittany Lions
2:30 p.m. Penn State Basketball Story
3:00 p.m. Campus Programming: Cooking Camp
3:30 p.m. Conversations with Dave Revsine: Suzie McConnell Serio
4:00 p.m. Campus Programming: Penn State Impact – The Economy and the Graduate
5:00 p.m. The Big Ten's Greatest Games: 2008 – Michigan State @ Penn State [B]
7:00 p.m. The Big Ten's Greatest Games: 1983 Sugar Bowl – Penn State vs. Georgia
10:00 p.m. Big Ten Short Stories: Penn State Nittany Lions
10:30 p.m. Penn State Basketball Story
11:00 p.m. The Big Ten's Greatest Games: 1984 – Boston College @ Penn State [F]
1:00 a.m. Friday Night Tailgate: Penn State
2:30 a.m. Big Ten Short Stories: Penn State Nittany Lions
3:00 a.m. Campus Programming: Conversations from Penn State – Mind Wars
4:00 a.m. The Big Ten's Greatest Games: 2008 – Indiana @