Wisconsin rivalry renewed, Alvis out again
IOWA CITY — Wisconsin and Iowa renew their rivalry this week after rotating off one another’s schedules for the last two years.
The series is tied 42-42-2 and the schools have played in 72 of the last 76 seasons. Iowa and Wisconsin became one of the Big Ten’s 22 protected rivalries from 1995 through 2010 until Nebraska joined the league and divisions were installed. The schools play for the Heartland Trophy.
Next year the schools will move into the West Division together after playing in opposite divisions the last three seasons.
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