Iowa-Wisconsin: Time, TV channel, watch online for Week 11 game (November 11, 2017)

Iowa and Wisconsin football meet for the 90th time as Big Ten foes on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Find game time, TV channel and online-viewing information below.

The eighth-ranked Badgers (9-0, 6-0 Big Ten) lead the all-time series 45-43-2. They won 17-9 at Kinnick Stadium last season.  No. 20 Iowa last beat Wisconsin in 2015. The game was played at Camp Randall Stadium.

Wisconsin beat Indiana 45-17 last week. The Hawkeyes (6-3, 3-3) defeated No. 13 Ohio State 55-24 last week, showing creativity on offense and special teams.

Iowa-Wisconsin game time, details

Iowa and Wisconsin play at 3:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, Nov. 11.

  • Time: 3:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. CT kickoff
  • Date: Saturday, Nov. 11
  • Location: Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
  • Weather: 37 degrees and partly cloudy
  • The line: Wisconsin -12

What TV channel is showing Iowa-Wisconsin?

ABC airs this Top 20 matchup between the Hawkeyes and the Badgers. Joe Tessltore calls play-by-play, Todd Blackledge serves as the analyst and Holly Rower patrols the sidelines. NOTE: The game will be on ESPN News until the Iowa State-Oklahoma State game ends.

How can I watch Iowa-Wisconsin online?

ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app provide live streaming of the game. Click here for more information.

How can I listen to Iowa-Wisconsin on the radio?

You can listen on Sirius 83/XM channel 93. For Iowa action, 600 AM (WMT-Cedar Rapids), 1040 AM (WHO-Des Moines) and 800 AM (KXIC-Iowa City) are the flagship radio stations. Gary Dolphin is the play-by-play broadcaster with Ed Podolak as the color analyst and Rob Brooks as the sideline reporter.  Click here for other Iowa radio affiliates. 

The TuneIn app also provides radio coverage.

Iowa-Wisconsin preview

In the last six meetings, the road team won the Heartland Trophy. On the surface, that is good news for Iowa, as the Hawkeyes look to knock off their second straight Top 10 opponent.

But picking up a victory at Camp Randall Stadium is easier said than done. Wisconsin enters the contest undefeated, the overwhelming favorite to win the Big Ten West division and the Big Ten’s best hope at a College Football Playoff participant.

This is your typical Wisconsin team. The Badgers want to be the toughest team on the field and use their offensive line, led by All-American candidate David Edwards, to clear a path to a victory. The Badgers are No. 16 nationally in rushing, averaging 244.78 yards per game.

Wisconsin freshman tailback Jonathan Taylor is a bonafide star. He has rushed for 1,368 yards and 12 touchdowns in eight games. He missed a game with injury.

“I’ll tell you, what a remarkable thing he’s done already,” Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said. “If he stopped right now, which would be okay with me, I mean, he’s already had a great season for anybody, let alone a true freshman. Just really, really impressive.”

The Wisconsin defense is stout. Six of its nine opponents have scored 14 points or less and it’s tied into the team’s run defense. The Badgers are No. 4 nationally, allowing 87.88 yards per game.

That stat is a concern for the Hawkeyes. They will look to replicate their offensive breakout from the Ohio State victory last week and that means a strong rushing performance. The Hawkeyes gained 243 yards on the Buckeyes.

Despite running different schemes, the Wisconsin and Ohio State defenses are similar. They both excel at stopping the run. The Buckeyes are No. 18 nationally. Iowa found a way to run through Ohio State. It will need to do the same with Wisconsin.

“It started up front,” said running back Akrum Wadley about the Ohio State win. “If they are having a good day then the whole team gets to have a good day.”

The Iowa-Wisconsin matchup is usually decided up front. The team with better rushing totals have won every matchup since the teams started playing again every season as division foes in 2013.

This year is likely to follow the same path.

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