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Badgers announce two football kickoff times

Published On: May 13 2014 04:48:31 PM CDT

MADISON -

The Wisconsin Badger football team will face both new members of the Big Ten this season and both of the games will kick off at 11 am.

The Maryland-Wisconsin homecoming game at Camp Randall October 25th and the Wisconsin-Rutgers game in Piscataway, New Jersey on November 1st will both have late morning kickoffs.

Television designations for both games will be determined either six or 12 days before the games.

Wisconsin's season opener against LSU in Houston on August 30th will kick off at 8 pm CT on ESPN.

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