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IOWA GAME HISTORY

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11/13/2020

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    35 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

In a rare Friday night game, the Hawks continue their 6-game winning streak over the Gophers. Minnesota did score near end of the game to avoid the shutout, but it was all Iowa the entire game. The Iowa running game was impressive against a bad Minnesota rush defense. 35 carries for 236 yards and 4 TDs, most by Tyler Goodson. He had a career high 142 yards and 2 TDs on 20 carries. Iowa defense was able to keep the Gophers running game in check and grabbed two interceptions.

 

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11/16/2019

#20 Iowa  vs  #8 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    23 - 19 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Hawks hand Gophers their first loss of the year. In the first half, the Hawks took a 20-3 lead, then held off a comeback.

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10/6/2018

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    48 - 31 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes used four interceptions and five sacks of Minnesota's Zack Annexstad to beat the Gophers 48-31. Iowa QB Nate Stanley overcame two costly turnovers with four touchdown passes, including 2 to tight end T.J. Hockenson.

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TOP 10 FAVORITE GAMES


#1 - vs.  Michigan (1985) Football
#2 - vs.  Oklahoma (1987) Basketball
#3 - vs.  Ohio State (2017) Football
#4 - vs.  Minnesota (2019) Football
#5 - vs.  Michigan (1984) Football
#6 - vs.  Minnesota (1986) Football
#7 - vs.  Louisiana State (2005) Football
#8 - vs.  Maryland (2021) Football
#9 - vs.  North Carolina (1989) Basketball
#10 - vs.  Penn State (2021) Football

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TOP 10 HATED GAMES


#1 - vs.  UCLA (1986) Football
#2 - vs.  Nevada-Las Vegas (1987) Basketball
#3 - vs.  Northwestern (2020) Football
#4 - vs.  Michigan (1902) Football
#5 - vs.  Purdue (2017) Football
#6 - vs.  Washington (1982) Football
#7 - vs.  Northwestern State (2006) Basketball
#8 - vs.  UC-Riverside (1988) Basketball
#9 - vs.  Wichita State (1981) Basketball
#10 - vs.  Louisville (1980) Basketball

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10/28/2017

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    17 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/8/2016

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    14 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/14/2015

#8 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    40 - 35 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

LeShun Daniels Jr. ran for nearly 200 yards, and CJ Beathard scored on a play action bootleg in the red zone, reminiscent of Iowa great Chuck Long's game-winning bootleg against Michigan State in 1985.

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11/8/2014

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    14 - 51 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Gopher TE Maxx Williams caught three of Mitch Leidner's four touchdown passes, and Minnesota ran for 291 yards in a blowout win.

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9/28/2013

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    23 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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9/29/2012

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    31 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Mark Weisman ran for 177 yards, 155 in the first half. Christian Kirksey's 68-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter sealed the win for Iowa, which bounced back from last week's disappointing 32-31 loss to Central Michigan to win the Big Ten opener for both schools.

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10/29/2011

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    21 - 22 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Gopher QB Marqueis Gray's fourth-down sprint for the pylon from the 2-yard line in the closing minutes lifted Minnesota to a 22-21 comeback victory over Iowa.

James Vandenberg went 16 for 24 for 177 yards and a touchdown to Marvin McNutt, who caught seven of those passes for 101 yards. Mike Meyer missed two field goals for Iowa in the first half (24 and 43 yards) on consecutive possessions. Marcus Coker carried the ball 32 times through several huge holes for 252 yards and two touchdowns.

After cutting the lead to 21-16, the Gophers caught Iowa playing almost 15 yards back on the kickoff, and Kim Royston -- who had a game-high 16 tackles -- recovered the onside attempt. Gray had a pair of sharp passes for first downs to move the ball forward and then, on fourth-and-goal at the 2, ran to his right to scrape the edge of the end zone with 2:48 remaining for Minnesota's first lead of the entire month.

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11/27/2010

#24 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    24 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa's disappointing season continued with another close loss. Iowa was driving for a score when Marcus Coker fumbled at midfield after rushing 21 times for 90 yards on the day. Minnesota ran out the clock to win back Floyd of Rosedale for only the 2nd time in the last 10 years.

Iowa took a 24-20 lead after Ricky Stanzi threw a TD pass to Marvin McNutt. Stanzi finished 10 for 22 for 127 yards and two touchdowns. Derrell Johnson-Koulianos scored twice, including an 88-yard kickoff return in the second quarter.

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11/21/2009

#15 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    12 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

#13 Iowa blanks Minnesota for the second consecutive year and earns their 10th win of the season.

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11/22/2008

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    55 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawks put a damper on Minnesota's final game at the Metrodome, blanking them 55-0 to retain the Floyd of Rosedale trophy. Shonn Greene broke Iowa's single season rushing record, and Ricky Stanzi tossed 3 TDs.

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11/10/2007

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    21 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


11/18/2006

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    24 - 34 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


11/19/2005

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    52 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes rolled to 613 yards of total offense in a blowout win on Senior Day. Iowa raced to a 35-0 lead and never looked back in retaining Floyd of Rosedale. Drew Tate picked apart the Gophers, 19-32 for 351 yards and 4 TD passes. Wide receiver Ed Hinkel capped his home career in grand style with four touchdown receptions, tying a school record and setting the Kinnick Stadium record. He finished the game with 151 yards on seven receptions. Running backs Damian Sims and Albert Young both rushed for more than 100 yards.

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11/13/2004

#19 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    29 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Kyle Schlicher kicked a school record 5 FGs and Drew Tate threw 2 long TDs to help lead the Hawks over the Gophers.


11/15/2003

#20 Iowa  vs  #19 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    40 - 22 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa recovered four fumbles and intercepted a pass, and Nate Kaeding tied his own school record with four field goals.

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11/16/2002

#6 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    45 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa capped off an unbeaten Big Ten season with a win at Minnesota. Iowa fans attempted to take the goalposts out of the Metrodome.

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11/17/2001

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    42 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes closed out their home schedule at 5–1 by blasting Minnesota. Iowa led 21–0 after the first quarter, 28–3 at half, and 42–10 after three quarters before cruising to the 18 point win. Kyle McCann threw 3 TD passes and ran for a TD. After losing three straight in the series, this was the first of five consecutive wins for the Hawks over the Gophers.

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11/18/2000

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    24 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


11/20/1999

Iowa  vs  #17 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    21 - 25 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

For the 3rd time in the last 6 games, Iowa had a chance to win the game in the final minute, but fell short again.

Hawks end the season last place in the Big Ten and 1-10 overall, their worst finish since 0-11 in 1973.


11/21/1998

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 49 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

It turned out to be a sad ending for the season and a 20-year stay at Iowa for Coach Hayden Fry. The legendary Hawkeye coach announced his retirement three days following this 49-7 loss to the Gophers at the HHH Metrodome. The Gophers scored 21 second quarter points in a span of 6:24 and 21 more in the third quarter in just 7:25. It was Minnesota's biggest league victory since 1949. The Hawkeyes, in losing their fifth straight, finished the season with a 3-8 record. Minnesota's offense piled up 501 yards while the defense kept Iowa out of the endzone until Robbie Crockett's one-yard run with 45 seconds left to play. The Gophers grabbed four interceptions and allowed Iowa only 221 yards of total offense. Minnesota's Tom Hamner led all rushers with 148 yards. Quarterback Bill Cockerham ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more. Jeff Kramer (11 tackles) and Matt Bowen (10) led Iowa's defensive effort.


11/22/1997

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    31 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Tim Dwight set a Big Ten record with his fifth career punt return for a touchdown, and Randy Reiners had a pair of one-yard TD passes, leading Iowa to a 31-0 victory over Minnesota.

Reiners improved to 3-0 as the Hawkeyes' starting quarterback. He tossed a one-yard strike to Dwight with 11 minutes remaining in the second quarter, then hit Chris Knipper with another one-yard TD pass to give the Hawkeyes a 17-0 lead late in the first half.

Dwight's 44-yard punt return upped Iowa's lead to 24-0 with 49 seconds left in the period. Dwight, the only player in Iowa history to go over 1,000 yards in three categories, had four receptions for 29 yards, two punt returns for 48 yards and one kickoff return for 48 yards. He finished the regular season with 1,086 punt return yards.

Iowa stretched its advantage to 31-0 on Scott Mullen's seven-yard TD run late in the game. Reiners was 11-of-19 for 113 yards, while Tavian Banks rushed for a team-high 74 yards on 18 carries. Rob Thein added 47 yards on 15 carries. Iowa held Minnesota to just 49 yards rushing.

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11/23/1996

#24 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    43 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

It took a second-half scoring blitz, but 24th-ranked Iowa overcame a Minnesota comeback to knock off the Gophers 43-24, securing it's second consecutive bowl trip and retaining Floyd of Rosedale for the fourth-straight year. Iowa took a quick 17-0 lead midway through the second quarter in workman-like fashion, but Minnesota, boasting a lethal yet erratic offense, stormed back with 10 points in the second and seven to start the third to tie the game at 17. Iowa responded with a scoring barrage of its own. Richard Willock's fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchdown after Michael Burger had carried 64-yards to the one-yard line, gave Iowa the lead. The Hawkeye defense recorded a a safety after a bad Minnesota snap, and the offense followed with Matt Sherman's 53-yard scoring bomb to Tim Dwight, giving Iowa a 33-17 lead with two minutes remaining in the third quarter. The Hawkeyes, who improved to 8-3 and 6-2 in the Big Ten, added a Zach Bromert field goal and a 14-yard run from Sedrick Shaw, his second of the game, to put the game away. Shaw gained 108 yards on the night to catapult himself beyond 1,000 yards rushing for the year - his third-straight. His first score, a five-yard run in the first quarter, also pushed him past Ronnie Harmon as Iowa's all-time leading touchdown scorer.


11/25/1995

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    45 - 3 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa jumped to an early lead and didn't look back, defeating Minnesota 45-3 and locking up a berth in the Sun Bowl. Matt Sherman hooked up with Tim Dwight for a pair of early touchdowns. The Hawkeyes led 17-0 at the half. Minnesota took the opening kick of the second half and drove 43 yards before settling for a field goal to cut the lead to 14. The Hawkeyes answered on their next possession, with a 66-yard drive that was capped by Damani Shakoor scoring his first touchdown as a Hawkeye from 13 yards out. Iowa scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns on runs by Michael Burger and Shakoor along with a 17-yard pass from backup quarterback Ryan Driscoll to Richard Willock. The high-powered Gopher offense was held to 12 first downs and 25 yards rushing. Iowa defensive back Plez Atkins had two interceptions, to raise his season total to six. Freshman defensive tackle Jared DeVries recorded a team-high ten tackles while Sherman threw for 240 yards (17 for 21).


11/19/1994

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    49 - 42 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In a wild, exciting game, Iowa defeated the Gophers 49-42 on a combination of turnovers and trick plays.

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11/20/1993

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    21 - 3 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

By closing out their season with four straight wins, the Hawkeyes recovered Floyd of Rosedale and gave head coach Hayden Fry his 200th career victory.

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11/21/1992

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    13 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


11/23/1991

#9 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    23 - 8 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The "snow game" where Danan Hughes makes a snow angel in the end zone after a touchdown catch.

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11/24/1990

#13 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    24 - 31 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Knowing that they were Rose Bowl-bound before they even took the field, the Hawkeyes dropped their final road game at Minnesota, 31–24. In that game, Tony Stewart became the Hawkeyes all-time leading rusher (at least at that time), though he lost a key fumble on that play.


11/25/1989

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 43 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


11/19/1988

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    31 - 22 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Mike Saunders, replacing injured Tony Stewart, scored three touchdowns and rushed for 123 yards on 27 carries. He also hauled in four Chuck Hartlieb passes for an additional 58 yards. Hartlieb finished with 23 for 33 for 279 yards, and set school records for passing attempts (409) and total yardage (3,310) in a season.

Backup placekicker George Murphy replaced slumping Jeff Skillett and made two fourth-quarter field goal attempts to help seal the game.

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11/21/1987

#18 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    34 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


11/22/1986

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    30 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The first half started poorly for Iowa after an interception in the end zone, and fumbling deep in Gopher territory. Minnesota's Chip Lohmiller kicked a 62-yard FG at the end of the half to put Iowa behind 17-0 at half. The kick distance set a Minnesota record and was one yard short of the Big Ten record while being the fifth longest in NCAA history.

But the Hawks would rally, scoring all 30 points in the second half, instigated by Mark Vlasic who started the second half for a floundering Tom Poholsky. Rob Houghtlin kicked a 49-yard FG to get Iowa on the board, but the big spark was Peter Marciano, who had an 89-yard punt return to cut the deficit to 17-10.

Iowa's offense was effective moving the ball, with a combination of running and passing to score 2 short TDs. Rick Bayless (a Minnesota native) rushed 19 times for 79 yards and 1 TD, enough to become only the 3rd Hawkeye to go over 1,000 yards in a season.

The Hawks took the lead 27-24 late in the 4th quarter, but were unable to stop the Gopher offense. With one minute remaining, Lohmiller kicked a 49-yard FG to tie the game at 27. At the end of the game, Iowa drove within long FG range, but Houghtlin missed a 51-yard field goal with 5 seconds left. However, Minnesota had 12 men on the field, and he made the 36-yard field goal on the next play to win it.

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11/23/1985

#4 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    31 - 9 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hawks win ensured a Rose Bowl invitation, and was the last home game for Chuck Long and the other seniors like Ronnie Harmon, Larry Station and Mike Haight. In his final game at Kinnick Stadium, Long became the first player in Big Ten history to eclipse 10,000 career passing yards. It was also Lou Holtz's last game as Minnesota's head coach. It was also the 50th anniversary of Floyd of Rosedale. The full game video includes the post game interview of the Rose Bowl acceptance.

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11/17/1984

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    17 - 23 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


11/19/1983

#11 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    61 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


10/23/1982

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    21 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


10/24/1981

#6 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    10 - 12 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Highlights from Minnesota season video, cannot find any from Iowa. Minnesota kicked 4 field goals by Jim Gallery. Highlights start around 9 minutes into the video.

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10/25/1980

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Iowa offense struggled to get in the end zone, and Reggie Roby kicked one FG, but missed 4 FGs.


10/20/1979

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


10/14/1978

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    20 - 22 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/8/1977

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    18 - 6 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/23/1976

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    22 - 12 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/25/1975

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 31 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/19/1974

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    17 - 23 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/20/1973

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    23 - 31 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur


10/21/1972

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    14 - 43 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur


10/16/1971

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    14 - 19 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur


10/31/1970

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

T    14 - 14 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


11/1/1969

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    8 - 35 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


11/2/1968

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    35 - 28 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel

Larry Lawrence scored 4 touchdowns to win Floyd of Rosedale for the first time in 4 years.


11/4/1967

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 10 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


10/15/1966

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 17 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


10/16/1965

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    3 - 14 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/7/1964

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/9/1963

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    27 - 13 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns

QB Gary Snook threw for three TD passes, and two were to Cloyd Webb, 21 and 46 yards, and the third went to right halfback, Paul Krause.

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11/10/1962

Iowa  @  #10 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 10 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/11/1961

Iowa  vs  #5 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    9 - 16 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/5/1960

#1 Iowa  @  #3 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    10 - 27 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

A huge matchup of #1 vs #3 happened in Minneapolis. On an attempted punt after Iowa's first series of downs, a pass from center went over John Calhoun's head and Minnesota took possession and quickly scored. Iowa threatened to score early on with the ball on the 5-yard line, but ended up with a Tom Moore FG. Fullback Joe Williams ran for a TD early in the second half to give the Hawks a 10-7 lead. However, two more Iowa mistakes turned into Gopher touchdowns. The Hawks were held to only 198 yards. it would be the only loss of the year, and prevented Iowa from going to the Rose Bowl with a chance for a unanimous national championship.

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11/7/1959

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    33 - 0 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

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11/8/1958

#2 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    28 - 6 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

Minnesota did not figure to be much of a challenge. The Golden Gophers were 0-6 and had not won a football game in over a year. The Hawkeyes did not disappoint. The victory clinched the Big Ten championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl for Iowa, whose Big Ten record remained perfect. Iowa remained No. 2 in the November 10 AP Poll, but dropped to No. 2 in the November 11 UPI Poll. Clips from highlights run from 18:40-19:26.

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11/9/1957

#5 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    44 - 20 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

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11/10/1956

#15 Iowa  @  #6 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    7 - 0 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

#15 Iowa defeated #6 Minnesota before a crowd of 64,235 at Memorial Stadium in Minneapolis. Iowa played field position and defense to make a first quarter touchdown stand by implementing a 6-3-2 defense to contain Minnesota's speedy Bobby Cox. The touchdown was set up by a fumble recovery at the Minnesota 38. Ken Ploen hit a 7 yard pass to Jim Gibbons on 4th and 4 from the 8 yard line, and fullback Fred Harris went over goal on the next play. Minnesota lost 4 fumbles, and Iowa halfback Bill Happel intercepted 2 passes, one of them at his own 1 yard line.

The outcome put Iowa into the lead in the race for the conference's Rose Bowl bid. Iowa won possession of this rivalry game's trophy, Floyd of Rosedale. After the game, Iowa's players carried coach Evashevski off the field on their shoulders. Clips from highlights run from 10:20-10:43.

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11/5/1955

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    26 - 0 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski


11/13/1954

#9 Iowa  @  #13 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    20 - 22 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski


11/14/1953

Iowa  vs  #15 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    27 - 0 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

Many observers expected a close, high-scoring shootout between Iowa and Minnesota. What they got instead was total domination. The Hawks blew out the Gophers, 27-0. It was an impressive performance considering that Paul Giel would repeat as the Big Ten Player of the Year in 1953 and finish a close second in the Heisman Trophy balloting. Iowas stunning 27-0 victory knocked Minnesota out of the rankings and put Iowa in at #20; someone even gave the Hawkeyes a vote for #1 that week.

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11/1/1952

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 17 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski


11/3/1951

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

T    20 - 20 

Head Coach: Leonard Raffensperger


11/4/1950

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    13 - 0 

Head Coach: Leonard Raffensperger


11/5/1949

#15 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 55 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/13/1948

Iowa  vs  #14 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    21 - 28 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/15/1947

Iowa  vs  #20 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    13 - 7 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

On the evening before the game, Coach Eddie Anderson submitted his resignation as head coach (effective in July 1948). The team responded with a 13-7 upset victory over Minnesota. Fans begged Anderson to reconsider, and the Iowa athletic board denied his resignation, promising him a larger coaching staff and other football improvements. Anderson decided to stay. The news called it "the football upset of the year." Highlight clips start around 9:00.

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11/16/1946

#16 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 16 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/17/1945

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    20 - 19 

Head Coach: Clem Crowe

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11/18/1944

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 46 

Head Coach: Slip Madigan


11/13/1943

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    14 - 33 

Head Coach: Slip Madigan


11/14/1942

#12 Iowa  @  #16 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 27 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/15/1941

Iowa  vs  #1 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    13 - 34 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


10/26/1940

Iowa  @  #6 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 34 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

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11/18/1939

#15 Iowa  vs  #20 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    13 - 9 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Minnesota converted in the second quarter on their second field goal try of the game, and Harold Van Every made a spectacular one-handed interception of a Nile Kinnick pass deep in Gopher territory late in the first half to keep Iowa scoreless at halftime. A series of running plays brought up fourth and goal from the Iowa six-yard line. Minnesota's Franck rushed toward the end zone, and officials ruled that Franck narrowly crossed the goal line, despite Iowa's protests. The controversial touchdown gave Minnesota a nine-point lead. But Kinnick rallied Iowa again. Early in the fourth quarter, Kinnick led Iowa on a quick five play, 79-yard drive for a touchdown to cut the Minnesota lead to two points. With five minutes remaining, Kinnick threw an interception, but Minnesota was flagged for interference, giving Iowa the ball at midfield. Three plays later, Kinnick threw the game-winning touchdown pass to Bill Green with three minutes left in the game. Minnesota's final threat was eliminated when Kinnick came up with an interception at midfield.

FULL GAME

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11/5/1938

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 28 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs

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11/6/1937

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    10 - 35 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs


11/7/1936

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 52 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


11/9/1935

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 13 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem

The inaugural "Floyd of Rosedale" game. Governor Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota and Governor Clyde Herring of Iowa made a friendly wager on the game's outcome with a champion pig to help reduce racial tensions between the two teams. It later became a bronzed statue.


10/13/1934

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    12 - 48 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


10/28/1933

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 19 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


10/22/1932

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 21 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


10/24/1931

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 34 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/9/1929

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    9 - 7 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen

Oran Pape scored a game-winning TD run late in the game to defeat the Gophers.


10/27/1928

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    7 - 6 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen

The difference in the game was a 67-yard touchdown run by Oran Pape.


10/22/1927

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 38 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/6/1926

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 41 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/14/1925

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 33 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


10/25/1924

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    13 - 0 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/17/1923

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 20 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


11/11/1922

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    28 - 14 

Head Coach: Howard Jones

William Spaulding brought his first Minnesota team to Iowa City for the Homecoming Game. The Gophers had suffered their first loss of the season on November 4th to Wisconsin. The Hawkeyes handed them their second loss of the season, winning 28–14. Gordon Locke scored three touchdowns in the first half for Iowa. Heavy rain soaked Iowa Field and turned the dirt roads that led into Iowa City to mud. Hundreds of cars stalled on the road to Cedar Rapids and thousands of Hawkeye fans were stranded that night.


11/5/1921

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    41 - 7 

Head Coach: Howard Jones

Henry L. Williams, the coach of the Gophers and Hall of Fame inductee in the inaugural class in 1951, was in his final year at Minnesota, having coached the Gophers to a 136–31–11 record from 1900 to 1921. The Hawkeyes handed Minnesota their worst loss under Williams and their second-worst loss ever, winning 41–7. It was the most points the Gophers had ever allowed in forty years of varsity football. Aubrey Devine had his best game of the season, scoring twenty-nine points and passing for the other twelve points. Devine rushed for four touchdowns, passed for two touchdowns and kicked five extra points. He had 484 total yards: 162 rushing yards, 122 passing yards and 200 return yards on kicks, punts and interceptions.


11/13/1920

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    28 - 7 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


10/25/1919

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    9 - 6 

Head Coach: Howard Jones

Aubrey Devine's third attempt to register points from the field by way of the drop kick route proved successful, leading the Hawks over the Gophers.


11/9/1918

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    6 - 0 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


11/4/1916

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 67 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


10/23/1915

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    13 - 51 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


10/24/1914

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 7 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


10/26/1912

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    7 - 56 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


10/28/1911

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 24 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


10/2/1909

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 41 

Head Coach: John Griffith


10/21/1905

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 39 

Head Coach: John Chalmers


11/24/1904

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 11 

Head Coach: John Chalmers

Iowa had played on Thanksgiving day every year in the Quad Cities, but this year the game was moved to Cedar Rapids just two weeks prior. Area businessmen and fans raised enough money to pay for bleachers to hold 3,000 fans. Although they lost, they held the undefeated Gophers to their lowest score of the season, and proved there was interest in Hawkeye football in other parts of the state.


10/17/1903

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 75 

Head Coach: John Chalmers


10/25/1902

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 34 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe


10/26/1901

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 16 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe

The team's loss to Minnesota ended a 23-game unbeaten streak dating back to November 1898.


11/2/1891

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    4 - 42 

Head Coach: No coach

The first game against Minnesota, and the first of many lopsided losses. It will take another 27 years before Iowa will get its first victory.


Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

50

62

2

44.74%

Hawkeye Recap | Football - Summary of Iowa football and basketball games