The Big Ten Conference reported its 2020 football plan on Saturday morning, plotting Nebraska's eight-game normal season record, starting with an Oct. 24 matchup at Ohio State.
All Big Ten groups will play eight games, remembering four home games and four for the street. Nebraska will confront every one of the other six Big Ten West schools, alongside East Division hybrid challenges against preseason top-10 enemies Ohio State and Penn State.
Nebraska will invite shielding Big Ten West champ Wisconsin to Lincoln on Halloween to open its home timetable at Memorial Stadium. Notwithstanding the home opener against the Badgers Nebraska will likewise have Penn State (Nov. 14), Illinois (Nov. 21) and Minnesota (Dec. 12) in Lincoln.
Notwithstanding its street opener at Ohio State, Nebraska will likewise make travels to Northwestern (Nov. 7), Iowa (Nov. 28) and Purdue (Dec. 5). All Big Ten groups will play a ninth game on the few days of Dec. 19 against a hybrid adversary to be resolved.
The Oct. 24 beginning date is the most recent opening shot to a Nebraska football season since 1892. The Big Ten reported recently that all football match-ups this season will be played without fans. TV data and start times will be reported sometime in the future, just as any Friday or 'unique date games'.
2020 Nebraska Schedule*
Oct. 24 at Ohio State
Oct. 31 versus Wisconsin
Nov. 7 at Northwestern
Nov. 14 versus Penn State
Nov. 21 versus Illinois
Nov. 28 at Iowa
Dec. 5 at Purdue
Dec. 12 versus Minnesota
Dec. 19 versus Huge Ten East (Opponent and Location TBA)