Nebraska Football vs Minnesota: Start time, live stream, TV info and more

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In the wake of all the craziness that erupted at the end of this week, it’s nice to return to some normalcy for the Nebraska football team and just focus on the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Of course, the bad news here is that the Huskers have a rather tall task ahead of them if they want to try and beat PJ Fleck’s gang.

The Nebraska football team enters Saturday’s contest having lost two in a row, with the most recent loss, against Illinois being the one that has people wondering whether or not Mickey Joseph is the man for the job. It’s the first time that people have really started worrying about the interim head coach.

When it comes to wondering about things, Husker fans are wondering whether or not Casey Thompson is going to be able to play today. The starting quarterback was injured against Illini and there is a real question of whether he’ll be ready to go.

In fact, it appears that there’s a very good chance he won’t be ready. That means Chubba Purdy and Logan Smothers will try and carry the load.

Nebraska football vs. Minnesota: How to watch/listen

Date: November 5
Time: 11:00am CT
TV Channel: EPSN2
Live Stream Video: fuboTV (watch here)
Live Stream Radio:  1400 & 99.3 KLIN (Nebraska)/ 100.3 KFAN and KTCN 1130 AM (Minnesota)

Nebraska football weather update

It’s a perfect football weather day for the Huskers. That means that it’s actually going to be quite chilly. That’s what it’s supposed to be when it comes to November football games. The good news is that it will be plenty sunny. It will just be 42 degrees at kickoff.

Nebraska football vs. Minnesota odds

According to FanDuel and WynnBet, the big favorite to win on Saturday afternoon is Minnesota. They are currently 14.5-point favorites, with the total being 44.5 for the day.

For those who aren’t necessarily looking to put money on the game but want to know who might win, it turns out the Nebraska football team has just a 22.7 percent chance of victory according to ESPN’s FPI ratings.