Iowa vs. Nebraska Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    Iowa vs. Nebraska online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The Hawkeyes will look to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive when they travel to Lincoln to square off with the Cornhuskers on Friday.

    September 26, 2016

    Everything you need to know about the Iowa vs. Nebraska online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

    The No. 4 Iowa Hawkeyes will look to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive when they travel to Lincoln to square off against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Friday.

    The Hawkeyes (11-0, 7-0 Big Ten) kept their undefeated season afloat for another week after hammering the Purdue Boilermakers, 40-20, at home. Iowa jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter and even though Purdue made a run in the third, the Hawkeyes kept the Boilers at arms length and pulled away. C.J. Beathard was more than just a game manager in this one, completing 12 of his 20 passes for 213 yards and three touchdowns despite the cold, miserable conditions. Iowa was able to take advantage of a weak Purdue defensive line as Jordan Canzeri and LeShun Daniels Jr. combined for 126 yards and three rushing touchdowns. The win earned the Hawkeyes the Big Ten West title and a spot in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 5.

    The Cornhuskers (5-6, 3-4 Big Ten) are looking to salvage a disappointing 2015 campaign with a win to become bowl eligible and finish .500 in Big Ten play. Nebraska won its second game in a row last week as it traveled to New Jersey and knocked off Rutgers, 31-14. The Huskers didn’t waste any time getting out to a 21-0 lead early and never looked back. Tommy Armstrong Jr. had a game filled with ups (3 TD) and downs (3 INT), but managed the Huskers offense well enough to win. Cethan Carter caught a touchdown from Armstrong, but also ran for a 32-yard score on his first career carry. Alonzo Moore (Rec, 44 yards) and Jordan Westerkamp (3 rec, 32 yards) were the recipients of Armstrong Jr.’s other two touchdown passes.

    Iowa and Nebraska will get together for the 46th time Friday in a series that dates back to 1891. The Huskers have a 29-13-3 record all-time. The two squads will play for the Hy-vee Heroes Trophy for the fifth consecutive year and Nebraska holds a 3-1 edge in those games.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the Iowa vs. Nebraska online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

    Iowa vs. Nebraska Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Tom Osborne Field at Memorial Stadium
    • Date: Friday, November 27
    • Kickoff Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ABC
    • Iowa vs. Nebraska Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN, Iowa Radio


    Shoulda, coulda, woulda. Nebraska should’ve beaten BYU and Illinois. It could have beaten Wisconsin, Miami and Northwestern, and it would’ve beaten Purdue with just one big late stop. But the Huskers didn’t get it done. Iowa should’ve and could’ve lost to Pitt and Indiana, and it would’ve lost to Wisconsin if the Badgers didn’t keep screwing up. But the Hawkeyes did get it done – that’s what the good teams do. However, at home, with the bowl game on the line, and after everything that’s happened this year, Nebraska will get its second big, giant win. It needed a minor-miracle to beat Michigan State, and it’s going to need a late field goal to stun the Hawkeyes.

    For the final score prediction, check out our Iowa vs. Nebraska game preview.

    Game Notes

    • owa is looking to complete an undefeated regular season for the fifth time in school history, and first time since 1922.
    • A victory would give Nebraska two wins over top-10 teams in the month of November, after a 39-38 win over Michigan State on Nov. 7. It would mark the first time since 1999 that Nebraska has defeated a pair of top-10 teams in the same season.
    • The Hawkeyes have scored 30-plus points in five straight Big Ten games for the first time in school history. No Iowa team has ever scored 30 points or more in six straight games.

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