In just over two hours the Nebraska Cornhuskers are set to face off against the Indiana Hoosiers.
Nebraska is coming off of a 34-7 loss at the hands of the Minnesota Gophers and need to find a few more wins if the Huskers want to become bowl eligible.
At 4-3 on the season, the Huskers haven't quite reached the hype they had coming into the season. Quarterback Adrian Martinez entered the season as a Heisman Trophy candidate, but has struggled in his second season.
As the Huskers gear up for a huge Big Ten contest, ESPN's computer model revealed its prediction for the game. ESPN's FPI gives the Hoosiers a 52.1-percent chance to win. That means the Huskers have a 47.9-percent chance to avoid an upset.
Nebraska enters as the favorite, but ESPN clearly likes the Hoosiers in this one. It could all come down to whether or not Martinez starts the game for the Huskers.
He missed last weekend's loss to the Gophers with an injury and was limited in practice this week.
Nebraska and Indiana kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network.