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Kickoff time announced for Iowa State vs. Iowa football game

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014 |

There will be plenty of time for partying around Kinnick Stadium before this season’s Cy-Hawk football showdown on Sept. 13 in Iowa City.

The game starts at 2:30 p.m., according to the Big Ten Conference.


The last three games in the series have been decided by six points or less – Iowa State won 44-41 in three overtimes in 2011 at Jack Trice Stadium, the Cyclones won 9-6 in 2012 in Iowa CIty, and the Hawkeyes won 27-21 last season in Ames.

This season’s game will be televised by either ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.

Iowa also announced starting times for the Northern Iowa game and the Ball State game. Here is the updated schedule:

Aug. 30              Northern Iowa                          11 a.m. (BTN)

Sept. 6                Ball State                                  2:30 p.m. (ESPN2)

Sept. 13             Iowa State                                2:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN/ESPN2)

Sept. 20             at Pittsburgh                             TBD

Sept. 27             at Purdue                                   11 a.m. CT (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Oct. 11               Indiana                                      11 a.m. (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Oct. 18               at Maryland                             11 a.m. CT (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Nov. 1                Northwestern                            TBD

Nov. 8                at Minnesota                            TBD

Nov. 15              at Illinois                                   TBD

Nov. 22              Wisconsin                                  TBD

Nov. 28              Nebraska                                   TBD

Season tickets, three-game ticket packages, and single-game tickets to all seven home games are available at can be purchased at the Iowa ticket office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, over the phone at 1-800 IA-HAWKS, and online at hawkeyesports.com.

Category: Iowa Hawkeyes Football

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