"Is this heaven?"

"No….. it's Iowa."

With apologies to Ray Kinsella and his field of dreams, this is bigger than pickup baseball. College Football fans from coast to coast will turn their attention to the center of the country, and an in-state rivalry game against two top teams. You can enjoy the college game of the weekend in ultra-high resolution sports as you stream Iowa vs. Iowa State in 4K on Fubo TV

The #19 Iowa Hawkeyes face the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday, September 14, at 4 p.m. Eastern time. The game will be airing live from Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa. The game will be broadcast on FS1, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.

The Iowa Hawkeyes (2-0) play in the Big Ten, and they've started strong again this season. The Hawkeyes looked impressive so far, putting up big scores in wins over Miami (OH) and Rutgers. Longtime coach Kirk Ferentz has the Hawkeyes ready for championship level competition this season. They'll need to be on top of their game with three teams ranked in the top #15 on the schedule this year. The Hawkeyes have a 44-22 all-time record in this grudge match, so it makes sense they will come into this game feeling confident.

The Iowa State Cyclones (1-0) are a Big 12 Conference team, and they currently sit just outside of the AP Top 25 rankings. In week one, they beat Northern Iowa 29-26 in triple overtime on a touchdown run by Sheldon Croney Jr. Coach Matt Campbell has had highs and lows in his first three seasons with the team, including a 2017 season where he was Big 12 coach of the year, and a 2016 season when they finished 3-9. A win on Saturday could push this team into the top 25, and give them confidence with a difficult schedule ahead that includes two more top-15 teams.

Watching sports in 4K HDR is a total game changer. When people see just one live game in 4K, they are often hooked. College Football fans can look forward to another 4K game later this month, but it is worth checking in to see if more 4K games are added later this season or during the Bowls. The hope can be that these games are a sign of progress towards a larger college football 4K schedule in the future.

Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost. They label these 4K events as a beta, but if you have a high-bandwidth internet connection, things should look and sound great. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:

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There is more to enjoy in 4K on Fubo this Fall. On Sept. 21, see Louisiana-Monroe vs. Iowa State in 4K at Noon Eastern. Also, for the first time the NFL season will stream in 4K on Fubo beginning Sept. 26. Baseball fans can get in on the action too, with 4K MLB Playoff games on Fubo starting October 12.

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