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Hawkeye Football: Iowa vs Nebraska Game Thread

It’s game time inside Kinnick Stadium for one last time in 2022!

Iowa v Nebraska
For the final time this regular season, Kirk Ferentz is set to lead the swarm onto the Kinnick turf.
Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images

Hope you didn’t blink, because the 2022 regular season is set to come to an end this weekend. Your Iowa Hawkeyes are preparing to take the field one last time from Kinnick Stadium as they play host to the Nebraska Cornhuskers on senior day.

While this matchup always has some juice, this season will have a bit more. Beyond playing for the Heroes Trophy, the Hawkeyes control their own destiny entering today’s game and can lock up a second consecutive Big Ten West division title with a win over Nebraska today.

Iowa comes in winners of their last four games to turn their season around. Meanwhile, the Huskers are headed in the other direction. After an abysmal start, Nebraska fired head coach Scott Frost, but have gone just 2-6 since his departure and have lost five straight under interim head coach Mickey Joseph.

Can the Hawkeyes make it eight straight against their rivals from the west? Can Spencer Petras, Jack Campbell and the rest of the Iowa seniors get a victory in their final game inside Kinnick Stadium? Or will the Cornhuskers play spoiler for the first time since 2014 and close out their season with a W?

We’re about to find out as the Hawkeyes and Huskers kick off in Kinnick!

Here’s one last reminder on the details for today’s game:

Date: Friday, November 25th
Time: 3:00 pm CT
Matchup: Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-8, 2-6) at Iowa Hawkeyes (7-4, 5-3)
Location: Kinnick Stadium - Iowa City, IA
Preliminary Weather Forecast: mostly sunny with temps in the low-50s, 5% chance of precipitation with 5mph winds out of the W
DraftKings Sportsbook Line: Iowa -10.5, O/U 38.5

Odds/lines subject to change. T&Cs apply. See for details.

Don’t forget to tune in to @BHGP on Twitter after the game as we break down all of the day’s events, including what went right, what went wrong and what we’re drinking, live and uncut on Twitter Spaces.

The usual rules apply. Play nice in the comments. That means no personal attacks, keep the politics to your yard signs and please don’t feed the trolls. Report any spambots and enjoy the game!

Go Hawks!