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Start times for three Hawkeye football games announced

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The Big Ten Conference has announced the start time for three of the Hawkeyes' 12 football games in 2014.

The three games -- Sept. 27 at Purdue, the Oct. 11 Homecoming game against Indiana and the Oct. 18 game at Maryland -- will all start at 11 a.m. central time. Iowa will be the homecoming opponents for Purdue and Maryland.

The three games will be televised, but the specific channel has yet to be determined.

The "re-seat" of Kinnick Stadium, the program allowing all of last year's season ticket holders to select new seat locations, is almost complete. Once this is done, fans interested in becoming new season ticket holders will have the chance to buy their tickets.

If you wish to be given a date and a time to make a selection, send an e-mail to tickets@hawkeyesports.com. General public season tickets are $395 each, $325 for UI faculty and staff.

If tickets are available, three-game ticket packages will go on sale in mid-June and single-game ticket sales will begin in July.

To learn more about discount ticket options for select home games, call (319) 384-4299 and ask for Eric Heinkel. 

If you are interested in packages that include games tickets and pre-game entertainment and dining inside Hawkeye Village, the UI game-day corporate hospitality option, call Bravo Sports Marketing at (319) 626-8286.

2014 IOWA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Date             Opponent             Time (TV)

Aug. 30        Northern Iowa     TBD

Sept. 6          Ball State             TBD

Sept. 13        Iowa State            TBD

Sept. 20        at Pittsburgh         TBD

Sept. 27        at Purdue               11 a.m. CT (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Oct. 11         Indiana                   11 a.m. (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Oct. 18         at Maryland            11 a.m. CT (ESPN/ABC/BTN)

Nov. 1          Northwestern         TBD

Nov. 8          at Minnesota          TBD

Nov. 15        at Illinois                TBD

Nov. 22        Wisconsin               TBD

Nov. 28         Nebraska                TBD

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