After a two month delay due to COVID-19 The Big Ten Football season starts back up on October 24th.

Here’s the schedule:

October 24

  • Nebraska at Ohio State
  • Michigan at Minnesota
  • Penn State at Indiana
  • Iowa at Purdue
  • Illinois at Wisconsin
  • Rutgers at Michigan State
  • Maryland at Northwestern

October 31

  • Ohio State at Penn State
  • Michigan State at Michigan
  • Wisconsin at Nebraska
  • Northwestern at Iowa
  • Minnesota at Maryland
  • Purdue at Illinois
  • Indiana at Rutgers

November 7

  • Michigan State at Iowa
  • Maryland at Penn State
  • Purdue at Wisconsin
  • Rutgers at Ohio State
  • Michigan at Indiana
  • Minnesota at Illinois
  • Nebraska at Northwestern

November 14

  • Penn State at Nebraska
  • Wisconsin at Michigan
  • Ohio State at Maryland
  • Iowa at Minnesota
  • Indiana at Michigan State
  • Northwestern at Purdue
  • Illinois at Rutgers

November 21

  • Iowa at Penn State
  • Indiana at Ohio State
  • Purdue at Minnesota
  • Michigan at Rutgers
  • Wisconsin at Northwestern
  • Michigan State at Maryland
  • Illinois at Nebraska

November 28

  • Penn State at Michigan
  • Minnesota at Wisconsin
  • Nebraska at Iowa
  • Ohio State at Illinois
  • Northwestern at Michigan State
  • Maryland at Indiana
  • Rutgers at Purdue

December 5

  • Ohio State at Michigan State
  • Maryland at Michigan
  • Northwestern at Minnesota
  • Indiana at Wisconsin
  • Iowa at Illinois
  • Penn State at Rutgers
  • Nebraska at Purdue

December 12

  • Michigan at Ohio State
  • Rutgers at Maryland
  • Wisconsin at Iowa
  • Michigan State at Penn State
  • Minnesota at Nebraska
  • Illinois at Northwestern
  • Purdue at Indiana

December 19

Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers were very vocal about getting the season back.  After drawing Ohio State, and Wisconsin, both on the road, in their first two games of the season they should be careful what they wish for.