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Iowa football vs. Wisconsin: TV channel, live stream, start time, predictions

Iowa Hawkeyes players take the field before the start of their Big Ten college football game against the Nebraska Cornhu
Iowa Hawkeyes players take the field before the start of their Big Ten college football game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa, on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

The Heartland Trophy is on the line Saturday as No. 16 Iowa (5-2) hosts Wisconsin (2-2) in a rare December Big Ten football game at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. The Badgers have won four straight in the series and seven of the last eight.

Here’s the viewing guide plus our staff picks and pregame reading.

Iowa vs. Wisconsin game details

Kickoff time: 2:35 p.m. CT

TV: FS1

Live stream: FoxSports.com

Mobile stream: Download the Fox Sports app

Radio: WMT-AM 600, KXIC-AM 800 [Complete list of affiliates]

Satellite radio: Sirius XM 83

Listen online: TuneIn

Follow on Twitter: @jeje66, @Hlas, @GazetteOnIowa

Iowa vs. Wisconsin predictions

Mike Hlas — Take this pick to the bank. You’re allowed to wear a mask there now, you know. Iowa 24, Wisconsin 7

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Jeff Johnson — Iowa’s going to break its losing streak against the Badgers. Iowa 23, Wisconsin 17

J.R. Ogden — Thank goodness this is the end of the regular season. I’m having a hard time coming up with entertaining sentences. Iowa 28, Wisconsin 14

Ben Visser — Wisconsin’s lost two straight, Iowa’s won five straight. Let’s extend both of those streaks. Iowa 21, Wisconsin 17

Beth Malicki — A lot of articles are describing Iowa’s recent success as a “surge.” Grab a thesaurus and find a new word please. Iowa 24, Wisconsin 20

Todd Brommelkamp — Eight weeks ago this game looked a lot more important, didn’t it? Iowa 20, Wisconsin 14

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