Get ready to not have football on Black Friday vs. Iowa folks. The Big Ten Conference has released their 2020 & 2021 conference schedules for the Football crowd on Tuesday.
The biggest revelations come to the Nebraska/Iowa series, which has been known for being played on Black Friday. As of 2020, both Nebraska and Iowa will not have that game on the last weekend of the season anymore.

The #B1G Schedule for 2020 and 2021 has been set.✊️ #GBR pic.twitter.com/K58yzrPBOY— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) September 12, 2017

Nebraska’s new finale will be against Minnesota in those years. The Golden Gophers will play in Lincoln in ‘20, while the game will be in Minneapolis in ‘21.
The other main notice is that the ‘20 conference slate will kick off in the first week of the season, as Purdue and Nebraska will clash to open the season on Saturday, September 5th. The Nebraska non-conference then goes with Cincinnati on September 12th, then Central Michigan on Sept. 19th. Sept 25th is open, as well as October 17th.
The ‘21 slate is considered full, as Northern Illinois, Buffalo and Oklahoma are in the first three weeks of the season before B1G play starts.
The full schedules, with Big Ten games in italics
2020:
Sept. 5 Purdue
Sept. 12 Cincinnati
Sept. 19 Central Michigan
Sept. 25 OPEN
Oct. 3 at Northwestern
Oct. 10 Illinois
Oct. 24 at Rutgers
Oct. 31 at Ohio State
Nov. 7 Penn State
Nov. 14 at Iowa
Nov. 21 at Wisconsin
Nov. 28 Minnesota
2021:
Sept. 4 Northern Illinois
Sept. 11 Buffalo
Sept. 18 at Oklahoma
Sept. 25 at Michigan State
Oct. 2 Ohio State
Oct. 9 Northwestern
Oct. 16 at Purdue
Oct. 30 Michigan
Nov. 6 Iowa
Nov. 13 at Illinois
Nov. 20 Wisconsin
Nov. 27 at Minnesota

Source: Corn Nation