Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Saturday

Iowa Football faces its biggest game of the season Saturday in Minnesota. The stakes in the fight for Floyd are extremely high this year. The Hawkeyes are currently in a four-way tie for first place in the Big Ten West Division, sharing a spot with their upcoming opponents.

The Golden Gophers are 7-3, with a 4-3 conference record after their last 31-3 win over Northwestern. This game will be crucial in the race for the division title.

Iowa goes into the game on a hot streak, winning the last three matchups. They’re in the middle of the Division’s chase, although they didn’t feel like it a few weeks ago. Looking more like the team promised before the season, they defeated both Purdue and Wisconsin by more than two points.

Minnesota also come Saturday on a three-game winning streak, fresh wins over Rutgers, Nebraska and Northwestern. Facing a similar situation to Iowa, they overcame a midseason slip to put their name back in the West Division hat.

Gophers coach PJ Fleck is looking to finally change his fortunes against Kirk Ferentz and finally get his first win against Iowa. He is currently 0-5 against Ferentz, the Gophers themselves are winless in their last seven matchups.

It’s going to be a cold, breezy affair in Minneapolis. Temperatures will hover around the low tens, with wind speeds expected to reach up to 17mph. This is the epitome of Big Ten postseason football weather. The Gophers are currently 5-1 on the season at home.

This is how fans can watch and follow the game against Wisconsin.

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  • Date: Saturday 19 Nov

  • Time: 3 p.m. CT

  • TV channel: Fox

  • Live broadcast: fuboTV (watch here)

  • Hawkeye radio network: listen

broadcast teams


Hawkeye radio network:

  • Gary Dolphin, piece by piece

  • Ed Podolak, Color Analyst

  • Rob Brooks, part-time reporter

injury report

Iowa: Wide receiver Arland Bruce, undisclosed, in doubt for Saturday; Wide receiver Jackson Ritter, undisclosed, is out for the season; Linebacker Jestin Jacobs, unnamed, is out for the season; cornerback Jermari Harris, out for the season; wide receiver Keagan Johnson, lower body, out indefinitely;

Minnesota: wide receiver Chris Autman-Bell, knee, out of season; Tight end Nathan Jones, unnamed, out indefinitely; Quarterback Tanner Morgan, upper body, doubtful for Saturday; Tight end Sam Pickerign, foot out indefinitely.

players to watch


  • Passing leader: Spencer Petras, 141-of-251 (56.2%), 1,495 passing yards, five touchdowns, five interceptions

  • Rushing leader: Kaleb Johnson, 118 rushes, 610 rushing yards (5.2 per carry), five touchdowns

  • Receiver leader: Sam LaPorta, 49 receptions, 506 receiving yards (10.3 per catch), one touchdown


  • Passing leader: Tanner Morgan, 103-of-153 (67.3%), 1,324 passing yards, seven touchdowns, five interceptions

  • Rushing leader: Mohamed Ibrahim, 238 rushes, 1,261 rushing yards (5.3 per carry), 18 touchdowns

  • Receiver leader: Brevyn Spann-Ford, 31 receptions, 374 receiving yards (12.1 per catch), two touchdowns

Kirk Ferentz quotes

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