Answer: During those years, the scoring was different. Each touchdown was 4 points, field goals were 5 points, and extra points were 2 points. Iowa scored 19 touchdowns (76 points), 5 extra points (10 points) and 1 field goal (5 points).
Question: Who scored eight touchdowns in one game? (Football) Added 7/31/2020
Answer: Iowa State lost to the Hawks 30-14 on September 29, 1979, to give Fry his first victory after an 0-3 start to the season. The Hawkeyes battered Iowa State for 378 yards on the ground, and held the Cyclones to a mere 162 yards. A crowd of 60,100 was in attendance, tying the second largest gathering ever in Kinnick Stadium.
Question: Which school was Lute Olson the head coach before coming to Iowa? (Basketball) Added 7/15/2020
Answer: With the game tied 10-10, BYU got the ball on their 23-yard line and quickly reached the Hawkeye 18-yard line. Ty Detmer's only interception happened on the next play, when his deflected pass was intercepted by co-Defensive MVP Carlos James, who also had 4 tackles in the game.
Question: Who was Iowa's opponent in 1918 during the Spanish Flu epidemic that was played with no fans in the stands?
(Football) Added 7/14/2020
Answer: Dennis Green played from 1968-1971. He returned to Iowa as a graduate assistant in 1972 for his first coaching job, and later returned to Iowa as Running Backs coach from 1974–1976. He became the head coach at Northwestern from 1981-85, and was the Big Ten's first black head football coach.
Question: Which former all-Big Ten and All-American football guard went on to coach a college football team to three undefeated seasons? (Football) Added 7/14/2020
Answer: Earl Banks led Morgan State to 3 undefeated seasons, and coached the first historically black college to a victory in an integrated bowl game in 1966. He also led his teams to five CIAA conference championships, four bowl games, and was the CIAA Coach of the Year three times.
Question: Nile Kinnick was Iowa's second leading scorer on the basketball team, and was the 15th leading scorer in the Big Ten. What season was that? (Basketball) Added 7/14/2020