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IOWA GAME HISTORY

 2021-2022 Football Record: 10 - 2 (1 games remaining)

 2021-2022 Basketball Record: 7 - 0 (24 games remaining)

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11/26/2021

#17 Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    28 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After falling behind 21-6, the Hawks blocked a punt for a TD, got a safety, a FG and a late TD to take a 28-21 lead. An interception by Jermari Harris with less than a minute left on the goal line sealed the victory.

It seemed that Iowa was going to lose the game, struggling to stop Nebraska's offense, but a punt block by Henry Marchese and return by Kyler Fisher for a TD changed the momentum. Iowa pinned Nebraska deep into their own territory, then Lukas Van Ness forced an intentional grounding by Logan Smothers in the end zone, resulting in a safety. Iowa drove down the field, and a 4th FG by Caleb Shudak (51, 48, 36 and 44) tied the game. A long 55-yard run by Tyler Goodson setup a 2-yard QB sneak by Spencer Petras to take the lead 28-21. Goodson finished with 23 carries and 156 yards. Petras started the 2nd half after replacing Alex Padilla.

 

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11/27/2020

#24 Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    26 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa extended its winning streak to six games against the Cornhuskers, but it was a struggle against a Nebraska team that looked poorly this season. Keith Duncan did his part by making 4-of-5 field-goal attempts, including two in the fourth quarter.

The Hawks sealed the victory when senior end Chauncey Golston knocked the ball loose from QB Adrian Martinez near midfield. The fumble was recovered by defensive end Zach VanValkenburg.

The Huskers focused on shutting down the running game. Tyler Goodson finished with over 100 rushing yards but it took 30 carries.

 

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11/29/2019

#17 Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    27 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Keith Duncan's 48-yard game-winning field goal handed Iowa an ugly 27-24 win over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium. After taking an early 24-10 lead at half from 3 big plays (2 long TD runs, and a KO return for a TD), the Hawks offense struggled, but put together a late drive to setup the final FG. It is the 5th straight win over the Huskers.

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11/23/2018

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    31 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Miguel Recinos hit a 41-yard field goal on the final play. Nebraska rallied from a 28-13 deficit to force a 28-28 tie before Iowa drove for the game-winning score.

After a Nebraska defensive stop, Martinez scored on a 3-yard touchdown run and hit Kade Warner on a two-point conversion pass to tie the game 28-28 with 3:22 remaining.

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11/24/2017

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    56 - 14 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After a 14-14 first half, Iowa outscored the Huskers 42-0 the rest of the way in a 56-14 blowout win. With the win, the Hawkeyes won the Heroes Trophy for the third straight year and notched their third straight victory in Lincoln dating back to 2013. Running back Akrum Wadley paced the Iowa attack with 159 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.

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11/25/2016

Iowa  vs  #17 Nebraska   Nebraska

W    40 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

C.J. Beathard threw three touchdown passes and the Hawkeyes knocked the Cornhuskers out of Big Ten title contention and sent Wisconsin to the Big Ten championship game. LeShun Daniels Jr. ran for 158 yards and two scores and George Kittle caught two TD passes. Iowa broke open what was expected to be a tight game with a 75-yard TD run by Akrum Wadley and a 77-yard touchdown throw from Beathard to Riley McCarron in the first quarter.

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11/27/2015

#3 Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    28 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes finished their first unbeaten regular season since the 1922 season, establishing a single-season school record with 12 wins. Iowa intercepted four passes (Parker Hesse returned one for a touchdown to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors), and Jordan Canzeri ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. With wins over Iowa State, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Nebraska, Iowa recaptured all four rivalry trophies in 2015.

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11/28/2014

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    34 - 37 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Nebraska managed to overcome a pick 6, a blocked punt, a blocked field goal, and a 24-7 deficit to storm back to force overtime. Iowa kicked a 25-yard FG in OT, but Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw a TD pass to Kenny Bell for the win.

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11/29/2013

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    38 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Hawk­s earned their first win in Lincoln since 1943 by capitalizing on turn­overs and strong special-teams play.

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11/23/2012

Iowa  vs  #17 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

On a cold and blustery afternoon with a spot in the Big Ten title game on the line, Rex Burkhead proved why he's so valuable to the Huskers, when he scored the go-ahead touchdown in his return from a knee injury and Nebraska (No. 14 BCS, No. 17 AP) beat the Hawks to claim the Legends Division's berth in the championship game. Mark Weisman had 91 yards rushing for Iowa, which finished the season on a six-game losing streak. The Hawkeyes will miss out on a bowl game for just the second time since 2000.

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11/25/2011

Iowa  @  #22 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Nebraska used a stifling defensive effort and school-record performance from Rex Burkhead in the inaugural Heroes Game.

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9/23/2000

Iowa  @  #1 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    13 - 42 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa scored early on a Kevin Kasper TD reception, and Nate Kaeding added 2 FGs, but they were overmatched by Nebraska's QB Eric Crouch, who tied a school-record with five touchdown passes

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9/4/1999

Iowa  vs  #5 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 42 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Kirk Ferentz's first game as Iowa head coach. Leading just 7-0 after a mistake-laden first half, Nebraska gradually asserted control behind Bobby Newcombe and No. 2 quarterback Eric Crouch to spoil the debut of Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz. Crouch, who lost a highly publicized battle with Newcombe for the starting job, ran for three touchdowns.

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9/11/1982

Iowa  @  #3 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 42 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Disaster best describes Iowa's performance on offense in the first half. By halftime, the Hawks managed only one first down, that coming on the last play of the half, and one total yard on offense. On three of Iowa 's first six possessions, the Hawks lost yardage. Nebraska scored a touchdown late in the first half on a bad snap from center, taking a 28-0 lead into halftime. Chuck Long's starting job may be in jeopardy. He was taken out after throwing an interception in the third period and Tom Grogan came in, leading Iowa to its lone touchdown. Cornelius Robertson, the highly-touted junior college transfer, saw action late in the game. It wasn't until the third period the Hawks came to life, and a penalty against Nebraska for roughing the punter sparked Iowa's touchdown drive. From there, Grogan, running back Owen Gill and tight end Mike Hufford worked together on the 14-play, 89-yard drive.

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9/12/1981

Iowa  vs  #7 Nebraska   Nebraska

W    10 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

What will likely be considered one of college football's major upsets of the year, Iowa survived a fast and furious finish to beat Nebraska 10-7, after losing 57-0 the previous year. It was Hayden Fry's first major upset at Iowa.

The Iowa defense forced 5 interceptions and held the Huskers to just 231 yards. They held Davenport-native and future NFL running back Roger Craig to 74 yards on 19 carries, one touchdown and two fumbles.

Iowa scored first with a 2-yard touchdown leap from Eddie Phillips. Lon Olejniczak kicked a 35-yard field goal on the first play of the second quarter to push the lead to 10-0. Reggie Roby was also key to the victory, averaging 55.8 yards on five punts with a long of 62 yards.

 

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9/20/1980

Iowa  @  #6 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 57 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Davenport (IA) native Roger Craig rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns as a backup running back against his home-state school, and Nebraska ran for 456 yards to blowout the Hawks. The Huskers allowed Iowa to cross into Nebraska territory only twice all afternoon and held Iowa’s ground game to 44 net yards.

In the video, the game picks up in progress. Jarvis Redwine scored a 69-yard TD run on his first carry, and Iowa just punted after their first possession.

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9/22/1979

Iowa  vs  #7 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    21 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa jumped out to an early lead on two Dean McKillip 2-yard TD runs, and forced 5 Nebraska fumbles, but couldn't pull the upset. Keith Chappelle caught a 29-yard TD pass from Pete Gales to put the Hawks up 21-7 in the 3rd quarter, but couldn't hang on, giving up 2 TDs and a 30-yard field goal with 5 minutes remaining.


10/12/1946

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    21 - 7 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson



11/24/1945

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    6 - 13 

Head Coach: Clem Crowe


11/4/1944

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    27 - 6 

Head Coach: Slip Madigan


11/20/1943

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    33 - 13 

Head Coach: Slip Madigan


9/26/1942

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    27 - 0 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/22/1941

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/9/1940

Iowa  @  #12 Nebraska   Nebraska

L    6 - 14 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/19/1938

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 14 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs


11/20/1937

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 28 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs


10/13/1934

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


11/25/1933

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    6 - 7 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem

Nebraska scored on an accidental fake field goal in the second quarter by kicker Bernie Masterson, who added the extra point. In the fourth quarter, the Hawkeyes finally got on the scoreboard by driving 36 yards for a Dick Crayne 1-yard touchdown run, but Russ Fisher’s extra-point attempt sailed wide. Nebraska also used a fake punt to avoid giving Iowa a chance to take the lead late in the game.


11/5/1932

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


11/7/1931

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 7 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/22/1930

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    12 - 7 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


10/4/1919

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    18 - 0 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


10/5/1918

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    12 - 0 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


10/13/1917

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 47 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


11/25/1916

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    17 - 34 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


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11/20/1915

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 52 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


11/21/1914

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    7 - 16 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley


11/22/1913

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 12 

Head Coach: Jesse Hawley

Nebraska capped a perfect season with a 12-0 win over the Hawks, who entered the game averaging 50 points per contest, but were without center Max Houghton due to an injury. The Hawkeyes couldn’t gain one yard when it mattered. With Nebraska clinging to a 6-0 lead, Iowa had three tries from the 1-yard line or closer, and three times the Hawkeyes were turned back. On fourth down, Iowa fullback and captain Ralph McGinnis tried a desperate leap over the line but was stopped short.

 


10/23/1909

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

T    6 - 6 

Head Coach: John Griffith


10/31/1908

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    8 - 11 

Head Coach: Mark Catlin

The Hawkeyes drop-kick attempt from Mike Hyland in the last four minutes of play was blocked, which would have been worth four points and put Iowa in the lead. The paper mentions that smoke from the University Power Plant made the play "disagreeable" in the second half.

 


11/5/1904

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    6 - 17 

Head Coach: John Chalmers


10/31/1903

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    6 - 17 

Head Coach: John Chalmers


11/4/1899
Ames Avenue Park (Omaha, NE)

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    30 - 0 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe

The struggles of the team under coach Branch continued as Nebraska suffered their third straight shutout defeat, and fourth shutout of the season, as Iowa romped over the Bugeaters in Omaha.


11/24/1898

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    6 - 5 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe


11/25/1897

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 6 

Head Coach: Otto Wagonhurst


11/28/1896

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    6 - 0 

Head Coach: Alfred Bull

A mixture of rain, sleet, and snow prevented any scoring in the first contest for the conference champion two day earlier, so athletic officials from both schools agreed to replay the conference title game on Nov 28th.

In the rematch, Iowa won their first ever conference title by defeating Nebraska, 6-0. Iowa won the game on a thirty-yard touchdown run by Frank Holbrook.


11/26/1896

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

T    0 - 0 

Head Coach: Alfred Bull

On Thanksgiving Day, the Hawkeyes carried a 6-1 record into a game against Nebraska to determine the Western Interstate conference champion. However, a mixture of rain, sleet, and snow prevented any scoring, and the game ended in a scoreless tie. Athletic officials from both schools, therefore, agreed to replay the conference title game two days later on Saturday.


11/28/1895

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 6 

Head Coach: No coach


11/29/1894

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    0 - 36 

Head Coach: Roger Sherman


11/30/1893

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

L    18 - 20 

Head Coach: Ben Donnelly


11/24/1892

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

T    10 - 10 

Head Coach: Edwin Dalton

Iowa's first tie result in school history.


11/26/1891
Omaha, NE

Iowa  @  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    22 - 0 

Head Coach: No coach

On Thanksgiving Day in Omaha, 2000 people watched Iowa shutout Nebraska in its first game outside of Iowa.


Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

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29

3

41.35%

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