Iowa-Indiana Televsion Set

Oct. 3, 2005

The Big Ten Conference announced today that Iowa’s Oct. 15 date with Indiana will be televised live by ESPN Plus beginning at 11 a.m. inside historic Kinnick Stadium. Coach Kirk Ferentz’s squad will be seeking home win No. 22 in a row when they square off against the Hoosiers.

Iowa, 3-2 overall and 1-1 in Big Ten Conference play, travel to West Lafayette, Ind., this Saturday for a 3:30 p.m. Iowa time date with the Purdue Boilermakers. That game will be televised live by ESPN.


Fans of the Iowa Hawkeye are encouraged to wear black on Saturday, Oct. 22, when the Hawkeyes entertain Michigan in the first-ever ‘Black Out Saturday” event at the UI.

The Big Ten has not provided an official word on the start time of Iowa’s Oct. 22 home game with Michigan or any of Iowa’s other games on its 2005 schedule.

The Hawkeyes defeated Illinois 35-7 last Saturday inside Kinnick. The win was No. 21 in a row at home for Iowa, a new school record. That game was also televised live by ESPN Plus.

A complete list of the television stations and cable television systems that will broadcast the Iowa-Indiana game live will be available the week of the game.