The Huskers and the Hawkeyes will no longer face each other the last week of the season.
The Big Ten unveiled today its league schedules for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
The new schedules feature a fairly big change to the Nebraska-Iowa “rivalry.”
The Huskers and the Hawkeyes have been playing on the final weekend of the season since the Lincoln, Neb. program got added to the Big Ten. The contest has been a staple of the Thanksgiving weekend rivalry slate.
That will no longer be the case.
Starting in 2020, Nebraska and Iowa will not face each other the last week of the season. The games will be played earlier in the year.
In 2020, the two teams are set to play on Nov. 14 at Iowa. In 2021, the two teams will meet on Nov. 6 at Nebraska.
You can view the full schedules here.