Penn State Football: Offensive Line Coach Herb Hand Set For Food Network Tuesday Night
Penn State offensive line coach Herb Hand takes his talents to the kitchen Tuesday night as he stars in an episode of the Food Network show Chopped.
The episode will air at 10 p.m. eastern time.
The show will pit four contestants against one another. Each will have to create an appetizer, main course, and dessert in a limited amount of time with what are often unusual ingredients. The contestants are judged after each round and the worst scoring contestant is "Chopped" from the competition.
Penn State fans won't be seeing any Nittany Lion logos on their TV tonight. The episode was filmed while Hand was still at Vanderbilt. Even so it should be interesting to see -- and it's certainly a first for Penn State football. Hand himself is hoping to watch the show live. He and the rest of Penn State football staff will be in Georgia and Florida to co-host two football camps this week.
The episode featuring Hand is titled "Four Fathers." The following is the Food Network's tease for the show:
"Making their kids proud, four daring dads take on the pressure cooker that is the Chopped Kitchen, but how will the fathers-turned-competitors fare with fish and salt and vinegar potato chips in the appetizer round? The dads get the gift of a bottle of scotch in the entree basket. And after the two fathers fight it out in the dessert round, the judges debate whose rice pudding and pretzel dessert was more successful."
If you miss the show tonight it will air again at the following times:
Wed, June 11 at 1a|12c
Sun, June 15 at 7|6c
Thu, June 19 at 8|7c
Fri, June 20 at 3a|2c