The Iowa Hawkeyes are looking to regain momentum on Saturday when they travel to Evanston, Illinois to take on the Northwestern Wildcats. The game will kickoff at 6:20 p.m. CT and HawkeyeInsider will be providing live updates from the game. It will be televised on Big Ten Network.
Here is how to watch, stream or listen to the game between the Hawkeyes and Wildcats.
Announcers: Cory Provus, play-by-play Matt Millen, analyst Elise Menaker, reporter
When: Saturday at 7 p.m. ET
Where: Ryan Field, Evanston, IL
TV: Big Ten Network
Live stream: fuboTV ( Get 7days Free Trial)
Tickets: Get Tickets Here as Low as $23
Follow: CBS Sports App
Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network- Gary Dolphin, play-by-play, Ed Podolak, color analyst, Rob Brooks, sideline reporter. Sirius 121, XM: 195
Weather- 54 degrees, sunny, 13 mph wind
Betting Line: Iowa is favored by 10.5 points, per the William Hill Sports Betting.
Iowa holds a 51-28-3 advantage in the series that began with a 12-6 Iowa victory in 1897. The Hawkeyes are 25-16-3 all-time in games played in Evanston. Iowa won 21 consecutive games over Northwestern prior to a 31-20 Wildcat win in 1995 in Evanston. The Wildcats hold a 14-10 advantage since snapping that Hawkeye win streak. Northwestern won the last meeting in 2020, but Iowa won 20-0 on its last trip to Evanston (2019)
Iowa leads the country in interceptions (16) and ranks third nationally in takeaways (21). The Hawkeyes have 80 interception since 2017, more than any team in the country. Nine different Hawkeyes have at least one interception this season. Iowa is plus-15 in turnover margin in its six wins and minus-six in its two losses.
LB Jack Campbell ranks fifth in the Big Ten with 76 tackles and was named a second-team midseason All-American by The Athletic. He had a career-high 18 tackles in Iowa’s Week 4 win against Colorado State, earning national and Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors. He is a Butkus Award semifinalist.
QB Spencer Petras owns a 12-4 record as Iowa’s starting quarterback, the fourth best winning percentage by a starting quarterback in program history. Iowa has scored 28.6 points per game in 16 Petras starts, the highest average by a Hawkeye starting quarterback since Scott Chandler (28.7, 2003).
Tory Taylor ranks fourth in the Big Ten averaging 46.6 yards per punt. Taylor has 16 punts of 50 or more yards. Twenty-four of his punts have been downed inside the 20 this season. T
Charlie Jones is the only player in the conference to rank in the top three in average yards per kickoff return and punt return. Jones has returned 13 kickoffs for an average of 26.2 yards per return, No. 2 in the Big Ten. He averages 11.2 yards on a league-high 23 punt returns.
The Hawkeyes lead the Big Ten and ranks fourth in the country in scoring defense (16.1). Iowa’s total defense (297.4) ranks second in the Big Ten and ninth in the country.