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

Nebraska football wide receiver Omar Manning (5) runs (Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports)
Nebraska football wide receiver Omar Manning (5) runs (Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Nebraska football team plays its final game of the 2022 season on Black Friday. This is the game where they can play spoilers against the Iowa Hawkeyes, or they finish the season 3-9 for the second straight campaign. It’s simply not known whether the Huskers fight them anymore. This week, the focus has been much more on who might be the next head coach more than anything else. It’s possible that is unfortunately where the Cornhuskers’ players’ focus is at this point as well.

When it comes to the Nebraska football team and the Iowa Hawkeyes, you’re talking about two squads who are definitely going in opposite directions. While the Huskers are limping to the finish line and just wanting this thing to be over, Kirk Ferentz’s boys have something to play for. They can actually win the Big Ten West should they hold up the point spread and finish off the regular season with a victory.

It certainly seems like Iowa should emerge victorious yet again. But man, would it be nice if Mickey Joseph and company could find a way to pull off the upset.

Nebraska football vs. Iowa: How to watch/listen

Date: November 25
Time: 3:00pm CT
TV Channel: BTN
Live Stream Video: fuboTV (watch here)
Live Stream Radio:  1400 & 99.3 KLIN (Nebraska)/Hawkeye Radio Network (Iowa)

Nebraska football weather update

Despite nearly being December, it looks like it’s going to be a pleasant day to watch the final college football game of the season for the Huskers. Weather predictions say it’s going to be in the Mid-50’s at kickoff and through most of the game. It will also be plenty sunny.

Commentators for Nebraska football vs. Iowa

Interestingly enough, the Huskers had the same broadcast crew for the last two games since they were both on ESPN. Since this game is on BTN, there are going to be some different people getting a look at the game.

Brandon Gaudin and Jake Butt will be on the call for Nebraska football’s final game.