Big Ten announces Nebraska-Wisconsin kickoff time

Big Ten announces Nebraska-Wisconsin kickoff time

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Indiana vs. Nebraska, 10.26

Nebraska quarterback Noah Vedral (16) finds a hole for a run as the Huskers and Indiana lines do battle in the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019, at Memorial Stadium.

The Big Ten announced Monday that the kickoff time of Nov. 16's matchup between Nebraska and Wisconsin at Memorial Stadium would be in the morning or early afternoon slate.

Breakfast it is. 

The Huskers and Badgers will begin at 11 a.m. and will be broadcast by the Big Ten Network. 

Nebraska will be coming off its second bye week of the season. Wisconsin hosts Iowa on Saturday. 

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