The Iowa Hawkeyes will attempt to win their fourth straight against the Nebraska Cornhuskers when the two meet later today at Kinnick Stadium. The Huskers are playing their best football as of late with head coach Scott Frost in his first year in Lincoln. After a 0-6 start, Nebraska has won four of its last five. Hawkeye head coach Kirk Ferentz. Ferentz says Nebraska’s offensive attack starts with freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez, who enters the game 2,910 yards of total offense and a vastly improved defense.
The game marks the final game at home for 14 Hawkeye seniors and a chance to take the Heroes Trophy each year of their career. Kickoff will be at 11 o’clock.