It’s still early in the game but there’s already controversy in the Iowa-Nebraska game.

A touchdown pass from Alex Padilla to tight end Sam LaPorta was overturned after a review. It appeared to be a catch by LaPorta, but was overturned after the ball popped free at the end of the play.

Below is the review:

The controversial overturned call gave Nebraska possession of the ball at the 1-yard-line. Nebraska began the game with a rushing touchdown by freshman quarterback Logan Smothers on the opening 75-yard drive.

Iowa has a 9-2 overall record and is in first place in the B1G West. The Hawkeyes are on a three-game winning streak, most recently defeating visiting Illinois 33-23.

Nebraska is 3-8 overall and sixth place in the B1G West. The Cornhuskers most recently dropping a 35-28 contest at then-No. 15 Wisconsin.

Nebraska leads the all-time series 29-19-3 but Iowa is on a six-game winning streak.