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11/1/1958 (1958-1959)

Michigan Stadium [Ann Arbor, Michigan]

#2 Iowa  @  Michigan  Michigan #2 Iowa Hawkeyes Football @ Michigan on 11/1/1958 - HawkeyeRecap.com

W     37 - 14 


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Head Coach: Forest Evashevski
Attendance: 68,566
Kickoff Temp: 46° F

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Iowa buried the Wolverines to end a 34-game losing streak to Michigan (last win in 1924). Michigan was in the midst of its worst season in twenty-two years when undefeated Iowa came to town on November 1. Michigan Stadium was only two-thirds full that day, and the Hawkeyes blew out the uninspired Wolverines. All-Big Ten halfback Willie Fleming opened the scoring, running 72 yards for a touchdown on a punt return on the final play of the first quarter. Halfback Ray Jauch, who led the nation in yards per carry in 1958, ran 74 yards for a touchdown early in the second quarter to put Iowa up 14-0. Michigan also scored a touchdown in the second quarter, but Iowa led by eight points at halftime. Michigan scored another touchdown and completed a two-point conversion to tie the game early in the third quarter. Iowa responded with twenty-three unanswered points to win the game 37-14. Bob Jeter had touchdown runs of 3 yards in the third quarter and 27 yards in the fourth quarter, the latter of which was followed by a two-point conversion pass from John Nocera to Curt Merz. Fleming also ran 61 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, which was followed by a two-point conversion pass from Randy Duncan to Merz. The victory was Michigan alumnus Forest Evashevski's first in six attempts. Iowa remained No. 2 in the November 3 AP Poll and No. 1 in the November 4 UPI Poll. Clips from highlights run from 17:34-18:40.

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Forest Evashevski There have been so many frustrations in this series for me, I just don't know what to say. This was a big one for me.
-- Forest Evashevski


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