Iowa rivalry continues with Corn Bowl Blood Drive

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Iowa rivalry continues with Corn Bowl Blood Drive

Samantha Severin smiles as American Red Cross worker Lisa Koziel finishes placing a needle as part of the homecoming blood drive on Sept. 25. The student-led drive is the largest annual collection in Nebraska.
Troy Fedderson | University Communication

A Big Ten rivalry will be put to the test when Nebraska and Iowa compete in the Corn Bowl Blood Drive, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Nov. 12 and 13. The campus blood drive will take place on the Nebraska Union Plaza.

The winner of the challenge is determined by the number of pints donated by each school. Nebraska has won the challenge for the past seven years. The event is organized by Nebraska’s Innocents Society,

Students, faculty and staff can walk in on either day or sign up online.