New Year’s Eve is rapidly approaching and that means that the Iowa Hawkeyes’ bowl game is also nearing. With how hectic the holidays are, there is never a bad time to plan your viewing of the Hawkeyes’ final game of the season.
Iowa travels down to Nashville to take on the Kentucky Wildcats in the Transperfect Music City Bowl on Saturday, December 31 at 11:00 a.m. CT. This is a rematch of last year’s VRBO Citrus Bowl that saw Kentucky sneak out with a 20-17 win.
This matchup will see some new faces among both offenses due to injuries and some opt-outs to prepare for the NFL draft. Rather than solely a culmination of the 2022 season, this game provides a mix of that along with an appetizer for the future with some young players getting valuable experience and playing time.
Here is a guide on how to watch or listen to the Hawkeyes’ bowl game along with some key players to check out and a quick injury update on some key players.
ABC: Matt Barrie, play-by-play; Louis Riddick, color analyst; Harry Lyles Jr., sideline
Hawkeye Radio Network: Gary Dolphin, play-by-play; Bob Hansen, color analyst
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