Sept. 13, 2004
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The Big Ten Conference announced today that Iowa’s 2004 league opener — Sept. 25 at Michigan — will be televised live by ABC-TV to a regional audience. Kickoff is set for shortly after 2:30 p.m. Iowa time.
Iowa will seek to claim its third straight victory over Michigan when it travels to Ann Arbor later this month. The game will be televised live by ABC-TV to a regional audience with kickoff set for shortly after 2:30 p.m. Iowa time.
hawkeyesports.com will post the distribution map as soon as it becomes available from the Big Ten Conference office.
Iowa, undefeated and among the nation’s elite in both national polls, travels to Arizona State this Saturday for a 9 p.m. Iowa time date with the Sun Devils. That game will be televised live by Fox Sports Arizona and ESPN Plus affilates across the state of Iowa.
All four of Iowa’s first four games of 2004 have been or will be televised. The remaining seven games are subject to selection by the Big Ten’s television partners on a week-by-week basis.
The Iowa-Michigan game will be Iowa’s 47th straight television appearance.