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Hawks announce starting times for three football games in the fall.

Hawks announce starting times for three football games in the fall.

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The start times for three University of Iowa football games have been announced, including the Oct. 11 Homecoming contest against Indiana. The Big Ten Conference announced start times of selected games today, with the majority of the contests serving as Homecoming for the host institution.
Iowa’s Homecoming game against the Hoosiers at Kinnick Stadium will start at 11 a.m. (CT).  Iowa holds an all-time Homecoming record of 55-42-5, including a 9-5-1 mark versus Indiana.
Iowa and Indiana did not meet last season. The Hawkeyes hold a 42-28-4 overall record in the series, but the Hoosiers prevailed, 24-21, in Bloomington in 2012 in the most recent meeting. Iowa celebrated a 45-24 Homecoming win over the Hoosiers in 2011 when the teams last met in Iowa City
Iowa will also be on the road for two Big Ten opponent Homecoming games in 2014. Hawkeye road contests at Purdue (Sept. 27) and Maryland (Oct. 18) will both start at 11 a.m. (CT).
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