HUSKER FOOTBALL: Minor Changes Made To Nebraska Football Schedule For 2022

LINCOLN–(NU Athletics Jan. 12)–The Big Ten Conference Administrators Council, which includes the Directors of Athletics and Senior Women Administrators from all 14 member institutions, has approved the 2022 Big Ten football schedule.

The nine conference opponents on Nebraska’s 2022 schedule were unchanged, however the dates of several 2022 league contests have changed. In addition, the Big Ten has switched the sites of Nebraska’s games with Wisconsin and Purdue, with the Badgers visiting Lincoln and Nebraska traveling to West Lafayette, Ind.

Nebraska opens the 2022 season against Northwestern in Dublin, Ireland, with the Week Zero matchup set for Saturday, Aug. 27. The Huskers’ non-conference schedule is unchanged with September home games against North Dakota (Sept. 3), Georgia Southern (Sept. 10) and Oklahoma (Sept. 17).

The Huskers will now have a bye on Sept. 24, before resuming Big Ten play on Oct. 1 with its Homecoming contest against Indiana. Nebraska embarks on a two-game October road trip with matchups at Rutgers (Oct. 8) and at Purdue (Oct. 15), before a second off week on Oct. 22.

Nebraska closes the season with five straight weeks of Big Ten play, beginning with home games against Illinois (Oct. 29) and Minnesota (Nov. 5), followed by a visit to defending Big Ten champion Michigan on Nov. 12.

For the second straight year, Nebraska finishes with Big Ten West foes Wisconsin and Iowa. The Badgers will visit Memorial Stadium on Nov. 19, before the Huskers close the regular season with their traditional Black Friday matchup at Iowa.

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2022 Nebraska Football Schedule

Aug. 27—vs. Northwestern, Dublin, Ireland

Sept. 3—North Dakota

Sept. 10—Georgia Southern

Sept. 17—Oklahoma

Sept. 24—BYE

Oct. 1—Indiana (HC)
Oct. 8—at Rutgers

Oct. 15—at Purdue

Oct. 22—BYE

Oct. 29—Illinois

Nov. 5—Minnesota

Nov. 12—at Michigan

Nov. 19—Wisconsin

Nov. 25 (Fri.)—at Iowa