Fan of college football? Live in Pennsylvania?

You know what is coming. Pittsburgh vs Penn State, the battle for Pennsylvania takes place in Happy Valley on Saturday, and all you have to do to make $100 on FanDuel Sportsbook is choose the winner.

How Does The Penn State Promo Work?

For new users only, you can sign up using this link.

From there, a bettor’s first moneyline bet on Penn State or Pittsburgh will pay out the winner, plus $100 in site credit.

Bettors must use the $100 credit within 7 days before it’s eligible to be withdrawn, and the minimum bet is $5.

This is for bets placed on the moneyline only, before the game starts. No live or cash out bets.

Place Your Bets

With the minimum bet being $5, you can bet any amount of that or over. If you bet and win, you qualify for this promotion.


  • Bet $10 on Penn State (current moneyline is -850)
  • If Penn State wins, a $10 bet would pay out $1.18. 
  • Then, you would then get a $100 site credit.


Think about it this way. Penn State should win. This is a promotion from FanDuel Sportsbook essentially saying: “Bet on Penn State to win against Pittsburgh, and we will give you a $100 site credit”.


PSU vs. Pitt Game Preview

Currently, the Penn State Nittany Lions are 17 point favorites over Pittsburgh, so that is certainly who you should bet on for the FanDuel Sportsbook PITT/PSU moneyline promo.

Kickoff: 12:00 PM EST

Beaver Stadium


Odds: PSU -17, Total 53


Penn State is 2-0 after two easy victories to begin the season against Idaho (79-7) and Buffalo (45-13).

In the early going, Penn State has five players that have scored a rushing touchdown. QB Sean Clifford currently leads the Nittany Lions in rushing with 108 yards, and of course passing with 559 yards and six scores. Expect the Nittany Lions to ride on his arm and legs again against Pittsburgh.


The Pittsburgh Panthers are 1-1 after dropping the opener to UVA 30-14, and winning last week against the Ohio Bobcats 20-10.


This is the first of a two-week stretch against ranked opponents as Pittsburgh faces #17 UCF next week at home after this weekend’s matchup against Penn State.


Pittsburgh has only scored twice on the ground this year, and has averaged just 3.6 yards per carry. They will need to succeed through the air, and that will fall on junior QB Kenny Pickett and the PITT passing attack.


Last season, Penn State beat Pittsburgh 51-6 after current Philadelphia Eagles’ running back Miles Sanders had 118 yards on the ground.



Penn State 38

Pittsburgh 17


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