University Park, Centre County—The Blue-White Game will pit the Penn State offense vs. the defense and feature a new scoring system under head coach Bill O'Brien.
The Nittany Lions defense will be wearing blue jerseys and the offense will wear white, with the quarterbacks sporting red jerseys as in previous years.
Jack Ham calling the action. BTN will air the game at 8 p.m. on Saturday.
Blue-White Game scoring for the Penn State offense will be determined as follows:
Offense Touchdown = 6 pts Field Goal = 3 pts Big play (15+ yard play) = 2 pts Two Consecutive First Downs = 2 pts
PAT = 1 pt
The Nittany Lions defense will record points using this system:
Touchdown = 7pts
Turnover (Unless TD) = 6pts
Sack = 4pts
Three-and-Out = 1 pt
Tackle for loss = 2 pts
The Blue-White Game presented by AAA is one of the nation's most popular spring football contests. A record crowd of 76,500 flocked the 2009 intra-squad scrimmage, as the event's attendance mark fell three consecutive years, topping 70,000 in 2007, '08 and '09.