No tailgates? NO PROBLEM!

The Obligatory PSU Pregame Show was back this Fall for its 5th season to help fill that gaping Penn State football void!

Watch the episodes from our Fall 2020 season on Facebook

Thanks again to our key cable affiliate partners Eleven Sports, NESN National, and MASN. 

Check back soon for info on our Spring ’21 Blue-White Preview Special!

Until then, enjoy weekly nonsense with occasional insights about Penn State, life in Happy Valley, and more on The Obligatory PSU Podcast — A Penn State podcast about Penn State (sort of). Trust us, you could definitely do worse.

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SPRING '21 Episode 5: Penn State's 2020 Good & Bad, Part 2 The Obligatory PSU Podcast

More reflections on one of the strangest seasons in Penn State football history.
  1. SPRING '21 Episode 5: Penn State's 2020 Good & Bad, Part 2
  2. SPRING '21 Episode 4: Penn State's 2020 Good & Bad, Part 1
  3. SPRING '21 Episode 3: Penn State Offense Past & Future w/ For The Blogy
  4. SPRING '21 Episode 2: Penn State Hires OC Mike Yurcich
  5. SPRING '21 Episode 1: Penn State Portal Plunder

Each Fall, Nittany Lions fans start their Saturdays with another season of “The Obligatory PSU Pregame Show,” a TV “tailgate” full of the fun, camaraderie, and passion – from joy to heartbreak and back again – that makes Penn State football the healthy obsession of students, alumni, and fans across the country. For every loyal Nittany Lion who can’t be there in person, it’s the next best thing: A weekly dose of Happy Valley to kick off the football weekend.

Starring PSU postal icon, Mike “the Mailman” Herr, every Penn Stater’s favorite and most beloved mailman; Brandon Noble, former defensive tackle for Penn State, the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins; Chris Buchignani, the founding president of The Nittany Valley Society; and Kevin Horne, proud holder of three Penn State degrees and former managing editor of Onward State. Giving you the next-best tailgating experience, no matter how far you are from Dear Old State. They’re the most unlikely and lovable bunch of dudes in football pregame show history.