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10/3/1992 (1992-1993)

Michigan Stadium [Ann Arbor, Michigan]

Iowa  @  #4  Michigan  Michigan Iowa Hawkeyes Football @ #4 Michigan on 10/3/1992 -

L     28 - 52 

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Head Coach: Hayden Fry
Attendance: 106,132
Start Time: 2:30 pm CST


Iowa couldn't stop Michigan's powerful offense, led by Tyrone Wheatley, who rushed for a career-high 224 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries. The Wolverines scored a touchdown on their first 3 possessions, and were up 31-0 in the 2nd quarter. The officials didn't give Iowa many breaks either, but it probably would not have changed the outcome. The Hawks fought back, but it was too little too late, and they suffered quite a few injuries.

QB Jim Hartlieb was harrassed by the Wolverines all day, and finished with 25 completions in 39 attempts for 308 yards and three touchdowns, but had 3 interceptions.

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Hayden Fry If the good Lord permits a second-team quarterback for the second consecutive week to whip us, I may have to have an early retirement
-- Hayden Fry
Stated in the TV pregame interview. Michigan's Todd Collins was the backup QB at Michigan (but started the last 2 weeks and was expected to start again), and Colorado's QB Koy Detmer had came in as a backup to lead them to victory against Iowa the week prior.


Total First Downs2425
Rushing Attempts3552
Rushing Yards77480
Rushing TDs11
Yards per Rush2.29.2
Passes Completed2915
Passes Attempts4621
Pass Completion %63%71.4%
Passing TDs36
Passing Yards339108
Passing Yards per Completion11.77.2
Passing Yards per Attempt7.45.1
Total Plays8173
% of Rushing Plays43.2%71.2%
% of Passing Plays56.8%28.8%
Total Offense416588
Yards per Play5.18.1
Lost Fumbles00
Penalty Yards3679
Yards per Penalty9.08.8
Possession Time26:1133:49

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