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.
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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.