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How to watch Nebraska vs. Rutgers.

By SI Wire
November 13, 2015

For both Nebraska and Rutgers, it’s either win, or risk missing out on a bowl appearance this season.

The Scarlet Knights come in at 3–6 and 1–5 in conference play, after falling 49–16 to Michigan last week. Quarterback Chris Laviano threw for just 97 yards, while the Scarlet Knights rushed for 128 yards on 32 carries in the loss.

The Cornhuskers held off No. 7 Michigan State 39–38 last week for an impressive win. Nebraska scored three touchdowns on the ground, and amassed 179 yards on 36 carries, while quarterback Tommy Armstrong threw for 320 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

How to watch

Details for Saturday’s game are below:

Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: Big Ten Network
Radio: For a list of Nebraska affiliates, click here. For a list of Rutgers affiliates, click here.

Team schedules

Nebraska

Sept. 5: vs. BYU (L, 33–28)

Sept. 12: vs. South Alabama (W, 48–9)

Sept. 19: at Miami (L, 36–33)

Sept. 26: vs. Southern Miss (W, 36–28)

Oct. 3: at Illinois (L, 14–13)

Oct 10: vs. Wisconsin (L, 23–21)

Oct. 17: at Minnesota (W, 48–25)

Oct. 24: vs. Northwestern (L, 30–28)

Oct. 31: at Purdue (L, 55–45)

Nov. 7: vs. Michigan State (W, 39–38)

Nov. 14: at Rutgers (3:30 p.m. ET, Big Ten Network)

Nov. 27: vs. Iowa (TBD)

Rutgers

Sept. 5: vs. Norfolk State (W, 63–13)

Sept. 12: vs. Washington State (L, 37–34)

Sept. 19: at Penn State (L, 28–3)

Sept. 26 vs. Kansas (W, 27–14)

Oct. 10: vs. Michigan State (L, 31–24)

Oct. 17: at Indiana (W, 55–52)

Oct. 24: vs. Ohio State (L, 49–7)

Oct. 31: at Wisconsin (L, 48–10)

Nov. 7: at Michigan (L, 49–16)

Nov. 14: vs. Nebraska (3:30 p.m. ET, Big Ten Network)

Nov. 21: at Army (Noon ET, CBS Sports Network)

Nov. 28: vs. Maryland (TBD)

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