One of the oldest B1G rivalries officially has a start time.

On Monday, it was confirmed that the Indiana-Purdue game on Nov. 25 will kick at noon ET from Ross-Ade Stadium. The game will be televised on ESPN2.

This year’s meeting will be the 120th time Indiana and Purdue have met on the gridiron, with the Boilermakers leading the all-time series 72-41-6. The two teams have battled for the Old Oaken Bucket since 1925 and Purdue owns a 58-31-3 advantage.

While Purdue has dominated the series, it’s been the Hoosiers that have had all the success recently. Indiana has won four-straight games over their rival, something that hadn’t happened since the 1940s. The Hoosiers have also been winners in six of the last 10 match-ups.

Indiana has had successful stretches against Purdue, but a win on Nov. 25 would be the first time in program history the Hoosiers won five straight games in the rivalry.