Wisconsin's 2014 football schedule drew closer to completion Tuesday as more kickoff times were announced.
For UW's 107th Homecoming weekend, head coach Gary Andersen and his squad will host Maryland for the Terrapins' first trip to Camp Randall Stadium as a member of the Big Ten. The Oct. 25 matchup will be the first ever between these two programs, and kick-off is slated for 11 a.m. CT and will be aired on Big Ten Network. Randy Edsall's club finished with a 7-6 record and 3-5 in the Atlantic Coast Conference last year. The Terps fell to Marshall, 31-20, in the 2013 Military Bowl.
The Badgers will partake in another Homecoming weekend the following weekend when they will travel to New Brunswick, New Jersey, to take on Rutgers Nov. 1. As with Maryland, Wisconsin has never played Rutgers. Kick-off is once again set for 11 a.m. CT and the game will be shown on BTN. Rutgers finished last season with a 6-7 record and 3-5 mark in the American Athletic Conference, as well as a 29-16 loss to Notre Dame in the Pinstripe Bowl.
Andersen will make his second-year coaching debut against LSU at Reliant Stadium Aug. 30, which will be televised on ESPN at 8 p.m. CT. As it stands today, this is the lone primetime game for the Badgers in 2014.