We’ve already seen how loud Beaver Stadium can get this year.

When Penn State took on Auburn in the “White Out” game, that place was rocking. Some 107,000 people turned the Nittany Lions’ home stadium into one of the best atmospheres in college football.

Indiana’s preparing for something similar this week.

The Hoosiers travel to Happy Valley on Saturday for a matchup against the No. 4-ranked Nittany Lions. Hoosiers quarterback Michael Penix Jr. discussed the game, notably how crazy it can get. He also knows he’s going up against a tough defense, one that’s holding opponents to 16 points per game.

Indiana is 2-2 this season and is coming off a nail-biter over Western Kentucky in Week 4. Meanwhile, Penn State has flown up the AP Top 25 and is 4-0 for the first time since 2019 — and literally flipping the script on last year’s 0-4 start.

Kickoff is set for Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC.