Iowa vs. Nebraska, 11.27.15

Nebraska wide receiver Brandon Reilly (87) can't make the catch against Iowa defensive back Greg Mabin (13) on fourth down in the fourth quarter on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, at Memorial Stadium.

ERIC GREGORY/Lincoln Journal Star

Nebraska's game at Iowa on Black Friday will kick off at 2:30 p.m. and be televised to a national audience on ABC, it was announced late Saturday night.

The broadcast details for two other Big Ten games were also learned:

* Minnesota at Wisconsin, which Husker fans could have a major interest in if Nebraska wins, will kick at 2:30 Saturday and be televised on BTN.

* Michigan State at Penn State, which could have implications on which program from the East Division is in Indy, will also be at 2:30 on Saturday and televised on ESPN.

It was already known that the Michigan-Ohio State showdown is at 11 a.m. on Saturday on ABC. (If Michigan wins, it heads to Indy. If Ohio State wins, Penn State locks up a spot in the Big Ten Championship by beating Sparty. The Buckeyes get there by winning and Michigan State winning.)

Nebraska will meet a 7-4 Iowa team that has turned its season in a positive direction after a disappointing start. After knocking off Michigan last week, the Hawkeyes beat Illinois 28-0 on Saturday.

The road team has won the last four meetings between Nebraska and Iowa, with the Hawkeyes currently owning the Heroes Trophy after beating NU 28-20 last year in Lincoln.

Reach the writer at bchristopherson@journalstar.com or 402-473-7439. On Twitter @HuskerExtraBC.

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