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

Wisconsin Badgers wide receiver Quintez Cephus (87) catches a pass and runs it to the 5 yard line in the third quarter, setting up a score later during Wisconsin's 17-9 football win over Iowa at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa, Saturday, October 22, 2016. He is chased by Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Brandon Snyder (37) and Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Miles Taylor (19).Uwgrid23 12ofx Spt Wood
Wisconsin Badgers wide receiver Quintez Cephus (87) catches a pass and runs it to the 5 yard line in the third quarter, setting up a score later during Wisconsin's 17-9 football win over Iowa at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa, Saturday, October 22, 2016. He is chased by Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Brandon Snyder (37) and Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Miles Taylor (19).Uwgrid23 12ofx Spt Wood /
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Iowa football takes on Wisconsin on Saturday, Dec. 12 at Kinnick Stadium. Here’s how to watch on TV or live stream the game.

The No. 16 Iowa Hawkeyes (5-2) will host the Wisconsin Badgers (2-2) this Saturday in a battle for the Heartland Trophy. It’ll be the 93rd time the two teams have met in series history. Kickoff is set for 2:30 pm CT on FS1.

The Hawkeyes are fresh off a fifth straight victory after defeating Illinois, 35-21. Meanwhile, Wisconsin lost this past weekend against Indiana, 14-6. The Badgers are on a two-game losing streak after starting the season 2-0 and ranked in the top 10.

Both defenses have been stout this season. Each ranks inside the top 15 in multiple categories, meaning it could be a low-scoring affair. Both teams also have inexperienced quarterbacks, so turnovers could be huge.

How to watch Iowa vs. Wisconsin:

Date: Saturday, Dec. 12
Start time: 2:30 pm CT
Location: Iowa City, IA
Stadium: Kinnick Stadium
TV Info: Fox Sports 1 (FS1)
Live StreamFOX Sports Live

Iowa is currently a 2-point underdog at several sports books after opening as a 2.5-point favorite. The over/under is set at 41.5 points, meaning Vegas is expecting points to be scarce.

A win for the Hawkeyes would give Kirk Ferentz at least six wins in a season for the 19th time as Iowa’s head coach. Ferentz has a record of 7-12 against the Badgers.

The Hawkeyes have an all-time record of 43-48-2 against the Badgers. Iowa is currently on a four-game losing streak to Wisconsin. They last defeated the Badgers in 2015 by a final score of 10-6.

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