The war between Iowa and Nebraska rages on. This time, the rivalry is featured in a local commercial for an Iowa City restaurant.

Current Hawkeyes Dane Belton and Tyler Goodson are taking advantage of new NIL policies to make a little extra cash. The two are featured in a Carlos O’Kelly’s commercial, promoting the restaurant and Iowa football.

Former kicker Keith Duncan also makes an appearance in the clip and takes a jab at Nebraska. He references his famous gesture of blowing kisses to the Husker crowd in Lincoln after drilling a game-winning field goal to close out the 2019 regular season.

For reference, here’s the 2019 kick that Duncan drilled from 48 yards out to lift Iowa over Nebraska that season. Sorry, Huskers. You’re welcome, Hawkeyes.

This isn’t the first time during the offseason the two schools have made some noise regarding the rivalry. In July, Nebraska shared an image of a Husker tackling a Hawkeye on Twitter. The picture was a tribute to Shark Week, with the wording, “Nothing to see here, just a friendly interaction.”

Iowa chirped back.

“Interesting photo choice because it’s been 2,425 days since your last good ‘interaction’ with us,” Iowa responded.

Although the Huskers lead the all-time series 29-19-3, the Hawkeyes have dominated the head-to-head matchup as of late. Iowa has won the last six meetings and seven of the last eight.

This year’s contest is set for Nov. 26 from Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.