As has become a Monday tradition during the college football season, the Big Ten announced kickoff times and broadcast information for upcoming games.

The slew of announcements today came for Week 4 of the Big Ten season. Based on first glance, many fan bases will need to be up bright and early as the league earned a slew of 12 p.m. ET start times.

Week 4 kicks off on Friday, Nov. 13 as Minnesota and Iowa meet in Minneapolis in the battle for the Floyd of Rosedale. Gopher fans are hoping for a better Friday night experience than the one they had last week.

The next day, the conference is in full swing with six matchups. The noon ET slate includes Penn State traveling to Lincoln to take on Nebraska. That game will be televised on FS1.

Michigan State-Indiana will kick off at the same time. The broadcast information on that game is still to be determined.

The third game in that early slate is Illinois at Rutgers. That game will be on BTN.

The lone afternoon game will be Ohio State ate Maryland, kicking off at 3:30 p.m. ET on BTN.

Two Big Ten games are part of the primetime set of games. The first is a BTN production as Northwestern heads on the road to face Purdue in what could be a very crucial matchup in the race for the Big Ten West crown.

Last but not least, Michigan and Wisconsin has been pinpointed by the networks as the best matchup as these two teams will face off at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC.