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IOWA GAME HISTORY

 2020-2021 Football Record: 6 - 2

 2020-2021 Basketball Record: 22 - 9

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11/5/1938

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    0 - 28 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs

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9/30/1939

Iowa  vs  South Dakota   South Dakota

W    41 - 0 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

After a few uneventful series, Iowa got its first touchdown of the year on a 65-yard touchdown run by Kinnick. The Hawkeyes broke the game open in the second quarter, as Kinnick scored three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) in the period.

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10/7/1939

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    32 - 29 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Indiana jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead, but a 73-yard Nile Kinnick punt changed field position to lead to Iowa's first touchdown. Kinnick then used a 55-yard run to set up Iowa's second touchdown. Erwin Prasse caught his second touchdown pass of the game to give Iowa 20 unanswered points, but Indiana countered with a touchdown pass of their own just before halftime. Indiana dominated play in the third period, taking a nine-point lead. Diehl got a crucial interception to stop another Indiana drive early in the fourth period, and Iowa responded with an 11 play drive to cut Indiana's lead to 3 points. Green came up with an interception that gave Iowa the ball in Indiana territory. Iowa advanced to the Indiana ten-yard line. Rather than attempt a game-tying field goal with minutes to play, Iowa went for the win on 4th down and got it, as Kinnick fired his third touchdown pass to Prasse. Highlight clips start around 5:30 mark.

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TOP 10 FAVORITE GAMES


#1 - vs.  Michigan (1985) Football
#2 - vs.  Oklahoma (1987) Basketball
#3 - vs.  Minnesota (1986) Football
#4 - vs.  Louisiana State (2005) Football
#5 - vs.  Minnesota (2019) Football
#6 - vs.  Michigan (1984) Football
#7 - vs.  Michigan (1958) Football
#8 - vs.  Missouri (1983) Basketball
#9 - vs.  UCLA (1965) Basketball
#10 - vs.  North Carolina (1989) Basketball

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TOP 10 HATED GAMES


#1 - vs.  UCLA (1986) Football
#2 - vs.  Nevada-Las Vegas (1987) Basketball
#3 - vs.  Wisconsin (2019) Football
#4 - vs.  Lawrence Tech (1949) Basketball
#5 - vs.  Ohio State (2009) Football
#6 - vs.  San Francisco (1956) Basketball
#7 - vs.  Wisconsin (2010) Football
#8 - vs.  Jacksonville (1970) Basketball
#9 - vs.  Ohio State (2010) Football
#10 - vs.  Louisville (1980) Basketball

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10/28/1939

Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    19 - 13 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Wisconsin scored the game's opening touchdown, but the Hawkeyes responded with a touchdown of their own. Iowa's missed extra point gave Wisconsin a one-point halftime advantage. Iowa briefly pulled ahead on a Nile Kinnick touchdown pass before Wisconsin drove 79 yards to reclaim the lead at 13-12. A Floyd Dean interception early in the final period gave Kinnick the opportunity to complete another game-clinching, fourth-quarter touchdown.

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11/11/1939

Iowa  vs  #3 Notre Dame   Notre Dame

W    7 - 6 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Toward the end of the second quarter, Nile Kinnick made a touchdown saving tackle on a Notre Dame run at the Notre Dame 41-yard line. On the next play, a Notre Dame pass was intercepted by Kinnick at the Iowa 45-yard line, and Kinnick dodged several tacklers to return the ball 20 yards with less than two minutes remaining in the first half. On the next play, Kinnick fired a pass for Floyd Dean in the end zone, but it was intercepted by Steve Sitko at the goal line. Sitko returned the ball for a few yards before being hit hard by Bruno Andruska, forcing a fumble. Dean and Dick Evans recovered at the Notre Dame 4-yard line. Rushes by Kinnick and Dean for no gain brought up third down, and Notre Dame called a time out. Kinnick shifted to right halfback on third down and carried the ball over the goal line for the touchdown with forty seconds remaining in the half. Kinnick added the extra point under a heavy rush to give Iowa a 7-0 halftime lead. The third quarter ended with the Irish on the Iowa 10-yard line. On the second play of the fourth quarter, Notre Dame rushed ahead for the touchdown. But the critical extra point attempt missed wide left, and the Hawkeyes still held a one-point lead. Iowa's defense continued for force punts from the Notre Dame offense, while Kinnick's booming punts kept Notre Dame on the other side of the field. With under two minutes remaining in the game, Kinnick's 16th punt of the game traveled 63 yards and rolled out of bounds at the Notre Dame 6-yard line, effectively sealing the Iowa victory. Highlight clips start around 6:00 mark.

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11/18/1939

Iowa  vs  #3 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.

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10/26/1940

Iowa  @  #6 Minnesota   Minnesota

L    6 - 34 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

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11/2/1940

Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

L    6 - 21 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

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11/16/1940

Iowa  @  #7 Notre Dame   Notre Dame

W    7 - 0 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

A long fumble recovery by Mike Enich from the Notre Dame 12-yard line setup the winning touchdown by Bill Green. Highlight clips start around 7:00.

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11/1/1941

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    13 - 7 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

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11/7/1942

Iowa  vs  #2 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    6 - 0 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

#2 Wisconsin was unbeaten and had hopes of a national championship until they suffered their lone defeat of the year against the Hawkeyes inside Iowa Stadium. Tom Farmer threw the TD pass for the Hawkeyes and he had two interceptions on the defensive side of the ball. Highlight video for this game starts at 7:45.

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9/28/1946

Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    16 - 0 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Iowa's high-powered offense unleashed a stunning passing attack. Emlen Tunnell scored both of Iowa's touchdown on spectacular runs in the second half, but he also connected on 4 of 6 passes (all in the 2nd half) to establish himself as one of the most potent passers In the league.

Probably the most unexpected factor of the game was the crushing play of the defense. Led by guards Russ Benda, Dave Day, Bill Cay and Jim Cozad.

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10/9/1954

#4 Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

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12/3/1955

Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    60 - 51 

Head Coach: Bucky O'Connor

Although they won, the defending conference champions found little to be complacent about. Nebraska kept it close until the last 3 minutes, but the Hawks were able to pull away in front of 7800 fans. Read the full article recap here

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1/14/1956

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    84 - 62 

Head Coach: Bucky O'Connor

Video starts at 31:00, and not a complete game.

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1/23/1956

#20 Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    67 - 63 

Head Coach: Bucky O'Connor

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3/23/1956
NCAA National Championship Game (McGaw Hall, Evanston, IL)

Iowa  vs  San Francisco   San Francisco

L    71 - 83 

Head Coach: Bucky O'Connor

The Hawkeyes reached the NCAA Championship finals against the undefeated San Francisco Dons, led by Bill Russell. The game was held at McGaw Hall in Evanston, Illinois. The Dons entered the season on a 26-game winning streak and exited with a record 55 in a row by becoming the first undefeated team (29-0) ever to win the NCAA title. Iowa, the Big Ten champ for the second straight year, came into the NCAA final on a 17-game win streak of its own before losing, 83-71. In the game, Russell scored 26 points, had 27 rebounds, 20 blocks, 3 steals and 1 assist.

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10/6/1956

#20 Iowa  vs  Oregon State   Oregon State

W    14 - 13 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

The game matched the same teams that met again in the 1957 Rose Bowl. Oregon State scored on its second play from scrimmage on a 30-yard pass, but the extra point attempt was blocked. Oregon State scored again in the third quarter on a 49-yard run by Paul Lowe and led, 13-0, at the start of the fourth quarter. Iowa threw two touchdown passes in a span of six minutes. Iowa scored on a 10-yard pass play when John Nocera connected with Frank Gilliam with 11:17 to go, and on a 33-yard pass from Randy Duncan to Jim Gibbons with 9:32 left. Fred Harris led Iowa rushers with 55 yards on 13 carries. Bob Prescott kicked both extra points.

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1/1/1957
Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

#3 Iowa  vs  #10 Oregon State   Oregon State

W    35 - 19 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

In the 43rd Rose Bowl, the Iowa Hawkeyes defeated the Oregon State Beavers by a score of 35-19. It was a rematch of a regular season contest at Iowa City that Iowa won 14-13. Hawkeyes quarterback Kenny Ploen was named the Rose Bowl Player of the Game. It was the school's first bowl appearance. Iowa assumed an early lead on Ploen's 49-yard run. Ploen also completed 9-of-10 passes. Collins Hagler scored two TDs (9 and 66 yards) and totaled a game-best 85 rushing yards. Over 15,000 Hawkeye fans attended the game. Download the 1957 Rose Bowl Media Guide published by Oregon State. Cannot find the 2nd half video, but some plays are in the highlights video.

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1/21/1957

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    63 - 70 

Head Coach: Bucky O'Connor

The video says it's from 1959, but the score matches the 1957 game.

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10/5/1957

#8 Iowa  vs  Washington State   Washington State

W    20 - 13 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

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11/3/1962

Iowa  vs  Ohio State   Ohio State

W    28 - 14 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns

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12/26/1962
Far West Classic (Pullman, WA)

Iowa  vs  Arizona   Arizona

W    57 - 56 

Head Coach: Sharm Scheuerman

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10/25/1969

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    19 - 18 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel

Iowa scored a late touchdown with 1:25 left (Mike Cilek to Kerry Reardon), and Alan Schuette kicked the winning extra point. Rich Solomon picked off a MSU pass to end the game. Highlight video only contains a tiny bit of footage around a commercial. Go to the youtube site to read the entire explanation. Full game video starts in 3rd quarter with Iowa leading 9-3.

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12/22/1969

Iowa  vs  Drake   Drake

W    101 - 78 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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1/3/1970

Iowa  vs  #17 Purdue   Purdue

W    94 - 88 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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1/31/1970

#20 Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    100 - 93 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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2/3/1970

#20 Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    90 - 77 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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2/10/1970

#14 Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    119 - 100 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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2/14/1970

#14 Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    103 - 77 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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2/24/1970

#9 Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    116 - 97 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

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2/28/1970

#9 Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    108 - 107 

Head Coach: Ralph Miller

Purdue's Rick "The Rocket" Mount set a Big Ten record by scoring 61 points, but the Hawks still were victorious for their 13th straight win. They also snapped Purdue's 30-game home-winning streak.

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9/25/1971

Iowa  vs  #12 Penn State   Penn State

L    14 - 44 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur

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10/9/1971

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    3 - 28 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur

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9/30/1972

Iowa  @  #13 Penn State   Penn State

L    10 - 14 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur

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9/22/1973

Iowa  @  #18 UCLA   UCLA

L    18 - 55 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur

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10/13/1973

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    15 - 31 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur

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9/21/1974

Iowa  vs  #12 UCLA   UCLA

W    21 - 10 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

Bob Commings first win as Iowa coach was memorable, as the Hawkeyes (24-point underdogs) upset UCLA. It snapped a 12-game losing streak, and was only their second win in its last 19 games. Fullback Mark Fetter had two touchdown catches from QB Rob Fick.

The defense, led by Lynn Heil, Andre Jackson, Earl Douthitt and Dennis Armington, caused six Bruin fumbles. Three of the fumbles were recovered by Iowa, including a critical recovery when UCLA was on Iowa's 5-yard line.

UCLA ended the season 6-3-2, and was coached by Dick Vermeil, with assistant coaches Jim Criner, Terry Donahue, Jim Mora Sr., and Dick Tomey.

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9/25/1976

Iowa  @  #11 Penn State   Penn State

W    7 - 6 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

Bob Commings and his Iowa Hawkeyes get a huge win on the road as they upset #11 Penn State. The Nittany Lions had a chance to win the game on a 25-yard FG with 51 seconds left, but it was wide left.

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10/30/1976

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    13 - 10 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

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9/10/1977

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    24 - 0 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

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9/17/1977

Iowa  vs  #19 Iowa State   Iowa State

W    12 - 10 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

This game in 1977 was the first time that Iowa and Iowa State played since 1934. Bob Commings' Hawkeyes upset Earl Bruce's 19th ranked Cyclones inside Kinnick Stadium. Highlights start :30 into the video.

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10/21/1978

Iowa  @  Ohio State   Ohio State

L    7 - 31 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

Ohio State was not great this year, but the Hawks were really down and were outmatched.

 

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11/18/1978

Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    38 - 24 

Head Coach: Bob Commings

In Iowa's last home game of the year, they picked up the 2nd win of the season, which ended up being Bob Commings last home game as head coach.

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1/3/1980

#10 Iowa  @  #20 Illinois   Illinois

W    72 - 71 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Iowa's Kevin Boyle scored 21 points as replacement for the injured Ronnie Lester, and hit 2 free throws with 30 seconds left to put Iowa up 72-69, and the Hawks defended three attempts by Illinois to win the game. Eddie Johnson hit clutch shots for the Illini to make it close, and ended with 22 points. Mark Gannon added 13 points for the Hawks, who moved to 10-0, and won an important conference opener on the road.

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2/9/1980

Iowa  vs  #12 Purdue   Purdue

W    74 - 59 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Hawks get the upset win in a key contest to decide the Big Ten championship. The Hawks held Purdue's star center Joe Barry Carroll to only 7 points, missing his last nine shots, and ending the game 1 for 13 shooting. He had scored 36 points last time he was in Iowa City. Purdue only shot 36% from the field in the second half, and the Hawks were able to extend their lead to win by 15 points.

Steve Krafcisin played well defensively, and went 9-for-15 from the field for 18 points and 8 rebounds. Kenny Arnold led all scorers with 20 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.

They would play one more time this season at the NCAA semifinal consolation game.

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3/1/1980

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    75 - 71 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Ronnie Lester capped off a special night with 15 points in a comeback 75-71 victory. Prior to the game, he was honored for his 1,599 career points and many accolades by having his number 12 retired. He also returned from a knee injury earlier in the season, wearing a brace on his right knee. The win helped solidify Iowa's NCAA tournament bid. Mark Smith scored 27 points for the Illini on 10-15 shooting.

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3/14/1980
NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinals (The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA)

Iowa  vs  #6 Syracuse   Syracuse

W    88 - 77 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

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3/22/1980
NCAA Tournament Final Four (Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN)

Iowa  vs  #2 Louisville   Louisville

L    72 - 80 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

After star player Ronnie Lester got hurt, Iowa was not able to overcome the Cardinals attack. It is the last Iowa appearance in a Final Four.

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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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2/7/1981

#15 Iowa  vs  #18 Illinois   Illinois

W    72 - 66 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

The Hawks' took control of the game after a Vince Brookins steal and Steve Carfino made basket and foul. They took an 11-point lead into halftime. The Illini made 13 straight shots to cut a 15-point lead down to only 2 with 9 minutes remaining.

But Steve Krafcisin was huge for Iowa in holding off the Illini comeback, scoring 14 points and getting six rebounds in just the second half. The win put Iowa into a 3-way tie for first place in the Big Ten.

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3/7/1981

#8 Iowa  @  Ohio State   Ohio State

L    70 - 78 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

An overtime loss to Michigan State Thursday night, coupled with this loss destroyed everything the Hawks had worked for all season. What could have been the first outright Big Ten title in more than a decade is now second place. The game was tied several times, but the Buckeyes refused to fall behind. Ohio State blocked 13 shots, with Herb Williams accounting for 8 of them.

Iowa shot 36 percent from the field in the game, making only 31 percent in the second half.

Center Steve Krafcisin spent Saturday in the UI Hospitals, nursing a swelled left arm. Bobby Hansen will have his foot x-rayed today for broken bones.

The first half can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8OM1wa4yjk.

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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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9/26/1981

Iowa  vs  #6 UCLA   UCLA

W    20 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes' 20-7 mastery over #6 UCLA Saturday in Kinnick Stadium was just another example of playing the role of "giant killer." The Bruins were ranked No. 7 in the country going into the game, but will fall in the polls, just as Nebraska did after Iowa's season opener. The format was also similar to the Nebraska game, a lot of defense, ball control by the offense and an excellent kicking game. Tom Nichol kicked two field goals, and defensive lineman Mark Bortz recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown after a sack from Dave Browne and Andre Tippett. It was the 100th career win for Hayden Fry, who received the game ball.

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10/17/1981

#12 Iowa  @  #5 Michigan   Michigan

W    9 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hayden Fry and the Hawks get a huge win at #5 Michigan to keep Iowa's Rose Bowl hopes alive. This was Bo Schembechler's first loss to Iowa as the Michigan head coach. Tom Nichol kicked 3 field goals for the Hawkeyes.

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11/14/1981

Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    17 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's surprising 1981 march to the Rose Bowl included a defensive masterpiece. Wisconsin had an edge in that race to Pasadena when it hosted Iowa on Nov. 14, 1981. Madison had been awash in Rose Bowl hype the week of the game. But the Hawkeyes jumped out to a 17-0 halftime lead, on a Tom Nichol field goal and a pair of short touchdown runs by Phil Blatcher.

That's when Iowa coach Hayden Fry put all his chips on the shoulders of his defense and the leg of all-America punter Reggie Roby.

Wisconsin had just one first down and 29 yards of offense in that first half of the 17-7 loss. Iowa finished the game with just seven first downs, but moved the ball well enough to keep it out of Wisconsin's hands. And Roby averaged 53.7 yards on seven punts. One of his two 55-yarders went out-of-bounds on the Wisconsin 3.

The Badgers didn't score until quarterback Jess Cole connected with Thad McFadden on a 55-yard score with just more than 2 minutes remaining.

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1/1/1982
Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

#13 Iowa  vs  #12 Washington   Washington

L    0 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Washington freshman Jacque Robinson gained 142 yards on 20 carries and set up or scored three of the Huskies' four touchdowns and was named player of the game.

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1/28/1982

#6 Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    57 - 56 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

The Hawks were victorious at Jenison Fieldhouse for the first time in 10 years. Iowa took a 6-point lead at half, and extended the lead to nine before the Spartans dwindled it down, eventually tying the game at 39 with 12:15 left.

Bobby Hansen sank two free throws with 14 seconds left to put the Hawks ahead by three, 57-54. Spartan guard Kevin Smith brought the score to within one with six seconds left. Kevin Boyle was fouled, but missed the free throw, and a last-second fullcourt shot fell short to preserve the win. Sophomore guard Steve Carfino and Kenny Arnold both scored 12 points.

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1/30/1982

#6 Iowa  vs  Ohio State   Ohio State

W    76 - 66 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Mark Gannon had his best collegiate performance, scoring 19 points on 7-for-9 shooting from the field, and 5-for-5 from the line. Steve Carfino and Kenny Arnold both scored 14 points.

The fans erupted late in the first half when Greg Stokes slammed home one of a series of steals, which helped Iowa take an 11-point lead at the break. OSU got to within 4 points late in the game, but couldn't get any closer.

The Hawks snapped a 4-game losing streak to the Buckeyes and 3-straight losses at home. Iowa remained in first place in the conference with a 7-1 record.

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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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10/30/1982

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    14 - 13 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Eddie Phillips had a big day, rushing for 158 yards and a big play late in the game. Halfback passes by Phillips and J.C. Love Jordan and a fake field goal first down run by holder Tom Grogan. Two of the biggest plays were saved for late in the game.

The first was by Eddie Phillips who took a third and 29 handoff from Chuck Long and ran 30 yards for the first down with only two to three minutes left in the game.

After Iowa’s drive stalled just inside Illinois territory, Tom Nichol was called upon to pooch kick, rolling the ball out of bounds inside the Illinois one yard line. The Illini went four and out, the students stormed the field and the Hawks had a 14-13 upset.

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12/31/1982
Peach Bowl (Atlanta, GA)

Iowa  vs  Tennessee   Tennessee

W    28 - 22 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

A brilliant passing performance by Chuck Long led the Hawkeyes to a 28-22 Peach Bowl win over Tennessee. Long completed 14 of 17 first half passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns. Iowa led 21-7 at the intermission. Long had 304 yards passing and 306 yards total offense, both Peach Bowl records. Dave Moritz tied the bowl game record with eight receptions, all in the first half. Nineteen Peach Bowl records were tied or broken. Iowa WR Ronnie Harmon had a pair of TD receptions. The Peach Bowl was the first non-Rose Bowl postseason game in school history.

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2/12/1983

#20 Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    68 - 66 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Illinois built up a lead with over 60% shooting from the field. Hawks were down by 9 at half, and were down 49-36 early in the second half. Iowa scored 6 points, then chipped away at the lead the rest of the half with excellent offensive rebounding. Steve Carfino hit a 3-pointer with 3 minutes to take the lead 63-61. Illinois had two chances to tie or win, but were unsuccessful.

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2/16/1983

#16 Iowa  @  #2 Indiana   Indiana

W    58 - 57 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

Hoosiers lose their only conference home game and second time to Iowa in the 1983 season. Greg Stokes led the Hawkeyes in scoring with 22 points on 9-for-16 shooting, and also grabbed 9 rebounds and picked off steals. Steve Carfino had a dramatic steal and open court lay-ln in the closing seconds of the first half tied the game at 28 and gave the Hawkeye's some big-time momentum at the start of the second half.

After being held scoreless in the first half, Bob Hansen got on track in the 2nd half, hitting three clutch shots in a row, giving Iowa a two-point lead which they would never relinquish. They struggled at the free-throw line, going 13 of 22 (59%) which kept Indiana in the game.

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3/20/1983
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY)

Iowa  vs  #10 Missouri   Missouri

W    77 - 63 

Head Coach: Lute Olson

The "Twin Towers" of Greg Stokes and Michael Payne scored 22 points and 19 points respectively, but more importantly they held Missouri's big men both under 10 points. Mark Gannon helped put the game away with 9 straight points. The Hawks hit their last 8 free throws to end the game and advance to the Sweet Sixteen to face Villanova.

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9/10/1983

#16 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    51 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Owen Gill rushes for four touchdowns as Iowa dominates Iowa State 51-10. Highlights start around 2 minutes into the video

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9/17/1983

#13 Iowa  @  Penn State   Penn State

W    42 - 34 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#13 Iowa defeats the defending national champion Penn State Nittany Lions to send them to their first ever 0-3 start under Paterno. Penn State started the season as the fourth-ranked team in the nation.

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9/24/1983

#7 Iowa  vs  #3 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    20 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa wins a clash between two unbeaten and top 10 Big Ten teams inside Kinnick Stadium. Iowa fans start tearing down the goal posts with 22 seconds remaining in the game. It was Iowa's first win versus Ohio State since 1962.

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10/15/1983

#14 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    31 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hawks defeat the Boilermakers at home for the 2nd time in a row, after almost 2 decades of loses to Purdue at home.

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10/22/1983

#12 Iowa  @  #10 Michigan   Michigan

L    13 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa kicker Tom Nichol booted a school record 56-yard FG to cut the halftime deficit to 6-3. Down 13-3, Iowa ran a fake FG and holder Tom Grogan passed to Lon Olejniczak for the TD. The Hawks got an interception from Joe Schuster and added another Nichol FG to tie the game. Mike Stoops and Keith Hunter picked off passes in the next two Michigan series but could not convert it into points. Iowa was looking to drive for the winning score late in the 4th quarter, but a fumble by Owen Gill (who rushed for 120 yards on the day) gave Michigan the ball with time to get in FG range.

Michigan kicker Bob Bergeron kicked his 3rd FG of the game, a 45-yard FG with 8 seconds left to give the Wolverines the victory.

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11/5/1983

#15 Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    34 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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12/30/1983
Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, FL)

#10 Iowa  vs  #11 Florida   Florida

L    6 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Cold weather stalled a couple of high-powered offenses in the 39th annual Gator Bowl as Florida defeated Iowa 14-6. The wind chill at game time was 13 degrees below zero. The Hawkeyes and Gators combined for six interceptions, 19 penalties and only seven of 31 third down conversions in the ragged contest. The play of the game took place with 1:08 left in the first half. Tom Nichol, attempting to punt out of his own end zone, misplayed a high snap and Florida's Doug Drew covered it for a touchdown. Nichol scored the Hawkeyes' only points on a pair of short field goals. Owen Gill led the Hawkeye offense with 83 yards rushing.

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9/15/1984

#5 Iowa  vs  #12 Penn State   Penn State

L    17 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Iowa offense struggled, giving up 4 costly turnovers, as Tom Nichol's 56 yard FG to tie fell short late in the game.

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9/22/1984

#14 Iowa  @  #5 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    26 - 45 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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9/29/1984

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    21 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes broke the Fighting Illini's 12-game conference winning streak with a 21-16 win inside Kinnick Stadium.

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10/6/1984

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    31 - 3 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/13/1984

Iowa  @  #14 Purdue   Purdue

W    40 - 3 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks get their first win at Ross-Ade Stadium since 1956 (28 years) with a decisive upset over first place Purdue and future NFL QB Jim Everett.

Chuck Long threw for 369 yards against the top pass defense in the Big Ten. Robert Smith hauled in three passes for 120 yards and a touchdown.

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10/20/1984

#18 Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

W    26 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Bo Schembechler wasn't too happy with this outcome, as the Hawkeyes shutout Michigan 26-0. It was the first time Michigan was shutout since 1977. Owen Gill rushed for 85 yards and Ronnie Harmon for 63, and they both scored a touchdown. Chuck Long completed 14 of 20 passes for 146 yards, and Tom Nichol kicked two field goals.

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10/27/1984

#17 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    24 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Chuck Long set an NCAA-record for consecutive passes completed with 22 while throwing 2 TDs, and the Iowa defense made a goal line stand in the 4th quarter to hold off the winless Hoosiers. Ronnie Harmon ran for 160 yards and a touchdown despite a neck injury. Owen Gill missed the game due to injury, and will have to wait to break the all-time rushing record. The win put Iowa into first place in the conference.

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12/1/1984

Iowa  @  Hawaii   Hawaii

W    17 - 6 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Sophomore walk-on Rick Bayless sparked Iowa to a victory Saturday night in Honolulu after starting running backs Owen Gill and Tim Sennott went out with injuries during the first quarter. Bayless had a 37-yard run to set up Tom Nichol's 41-yard field goal in the first quarter. Devon Mitchell intercepted Hawaii in the end zone with 4:22 left in the third quarter. Chuck Long connected on a 3-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Hayes to give Iowa a 10-6 lead early in the 4th quarter. On the last drive, Long hit Scott Helverson for an 8-yard TD pass, and finished with 16 of 25 passes for 156 yards and 2 touchdowns.

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12/26/1984
Freedom Bowl (Anaheim, CA)

Iowa  vs  #19 Texas   Texas

W    55 - 17 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The inaugural edition of the Freedom Bowl had Iowa leading 24-17 at halftime, then they blew the game open with 31 unanswered points in the third quarter to win 55-17. Chuck Long's passing performance surpassed all previous bowl games. Long completed 29-39 passes for 461 yards and six TDs despite a steady rain throughout the game. Iowa scored 31 unanswered points in the third quarter. Long's third quarter totals were 12-14 passes for 241 yards and four touchdowns. Both Robert Smith (4 catches, 115 yards) and Bill Happel (8, 104) had over 100 yards receiving.

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9/28/1985

#3 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    57 - 3 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#3 Iowa pounds Iowa State 57-3. They became the top ranked team in the nation following this win. Highlights start around 3 minutes into the video

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10/5/1985

#1 Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    35 - 31 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#1 Iowa needed a 4th down "naked bootleg" with less than a minute to go to beat Michigan State and keep Iowa number one in the nation back in 1985.

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10/19/1985

#1 Iowa  vs  #2 Michigan   Michigan

W    12 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#1 Iowa faced #2 Michigan in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa trailed 10-9 as the Hawkeyes regained possession of the football at their own 22-yard line with just 5:27 remaining in the game. Long drove the Iowa team to the 12-yard line with two seconds remaining to set up kicker Rob Houghtlin's game-winning 29-yard field goal as time expired. It is the only time Iowa has played in a #1 vs #2 game. Many fans will argue this is the best game in Iowa football history.

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11/2/1985

#1 Iowa  @  #8 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    13 - 22 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks entered Columbus ranked #1, but hadn't won there since 1959. Iowa's undefeated season was washed away on a rainy night in Ohio Stadium. Ohio State blocked a punt early in the game for a safety (after an Iowa interception near the goal line), and a 57-yard TD run put them up 12-0. OSU added another FG after an interception. Ronnie Harmon scored on a short TD run to make it 15-7 at halftime.

In the 4th quarter, Jay Norvell intercepted a pass and returned it all the way to the OSU 19. Iowa went for it on 4th-and-1 at the 10 but were stopped.

Iowa was trying to rally in the final minutes, but a Chris Spielman INT (his second of the game and Chuck Long's 4th pick of the night) ended the game. He completed 17 of 34 passes for only 169 yards. Watch a distorted full game version here.

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11/9/1985

#6 Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    59 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In the game following their loss at Ohio State, Iowa takes out their frustration and destroys Illinois 59-0.

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11/16/1985

#5 Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    27 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#5 Iowa escapes West Lafayette win a win to keep their Rose Bowl hopes alive. Rob Houghtlin kicked a 25-yard game-winning field goal with 1:08 remaining.

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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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1/1/1986
Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

#4 Iowa  vs  #13 UCLA   UCLA

L    28 - 45 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Eric Ball, a second-string freshman tailback, scored four touchdowns and ran for 227 yards. Ronnie Harmon lost four fumbles in the first half, and dropped a TD pass later in the game.

UCLA also got surprise play from Matt Stevens, the substitute quarterback. He passed for one touchdown and scored on a half-yard quarterback sneak. Chuck Long completed 29 of 37 passes for 319 yards and a touchdown for Iowa, but was sacked for a total of 34 yards.

Note: The Rose Bowl is where UCLA plays its home games, but since its a bowl game, I marked it as a neutral site.

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10/4/1986

#11 Iowa  @  #17 Michigan State   Michigan State

W    24 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Kenny Sims intercepted a pass in the end zone with 1 minute left to secure the 24-21 win. The Hawks played without starting QB Mark Vlasic, the nation's top-rated passer, and fullback David Hudson, and were replaced by redshirt freshman Tom Poholsky and Richard Bass. Poholsky passed 18 of 29 for 240 yards.

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10/11/1986

#10 Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    17 - 6 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa was plagued by injuries, but the second team defense stepped up and played most of the day. Freshman QB Tom Poholsky went 10 for 20 for 116 yards and one interception. Richard Bass led the ground game with 107 yards, and Rick Bayless gained 93 yards and scored two touchdowns.

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10/18/1986

#8 Iowa  @  #4 Michigan   Michigan

L    17 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Mike Gillette kicks the game winning field goal with 5 seconds left.

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11/1/1986

#11 Iowa  vs  #17 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    10 - 31 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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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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12/30/1986
Sea World Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)

#19 Iowa  vs  San Diego State   San Diego State

W    39 - 38 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Rob Houghtlin's 41-yard field goal as time expired culminated an 18-point blitz in the final 8:39 and helped Iowa down San Diego State 39-38 in the ninth annual Holiday Bowl. The Hawkeyes stormed back on a pair of Mark Vlasic TD throws in the final period to take a 36-35 lead. SDSU's Kevin Rahill booted a 21-yard FG with 0:47 left to give the Aztecs a 38-36 advantage. Kevin Harmon returned the ensuing kickoff to the SDSU 37-yard line, and Houghtlin kicked the game winner four plays later. Iowa was able to win only after converting two-point conversions following two of its final three touchdowns.

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1/14/1987

#2 Iowa  @  #8 Illinois   Illinois

W    91 - 88 OT 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

One of the most famous comeback games in Iowa history! Hawks down 22 points in the second half (trailing 61-39), but play pressure defense to force overtime, then win it in OT.

B.J. Armstrong hit a jumper to put Iowa up by one, then Brad Lohaus got a steal and hit 2 free throws to extend the lead to 3.

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1/22/1987

#1 Iowa  vs  #3 Indiana   Indiana

W    101 - 88 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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2/12/1987

#4 Iowa  vs  #7 Purdue   Purdue

L    73 - 80 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Hawks get upset at home by 7th-ranked Boilermakers, who led the entire game, and were up by 11 during the game.

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3/15/1987
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (McKale Center, Tucson, AZ)

#6 Iowa  vs  Texas-El Paso   Texas-El Paso

W    84 - 82 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa trailed most of the game, but rallied behind forward Roy Marble's 28 points and B.J. Armstrong's 16 points to avoid the upset. The Hawkeyes trailed by seven at 69-62 with 7:51 remaining. In the next two minutes Iowa outscored the Miners 12-4 to take a 74-73 advantage. Tied at 74, Marble added two free throws and Kevin Gamble added a layup to put Iowa up by four at 78-74, and the Hawks were able to hold on for the win.

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3/20/1987
NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinals (Kingdome, Seattle, WA)

#6 Iowa  vs  Oklahoma   Oklahoma

W    93 - 91 OT 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Kevin Gamble hit a 3-pointer to send Iowa to the Regional Finals with a 93-91 win.

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3/22/1987
NCAA Tournament Regional Finals (Kingdome, Seattle, WA)

#6 Iowa  vs  #1 Nevada-Las Vegas   Nevada-Las Vegas

L    81 - 84 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

In the West Regional Finals, Iowa led 58-42 at halftime, but UNLV rallied to defeat the Hawkeyes 84-81 to advance to the Final Four.

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8/30/1987
Kickoff Classic (East Rutherford, NJ)

#16 Iowa  vs  #17 Tennessee   Tennessee

L    22 - 23 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Phil Reich's 20-yard field goal, his third of the game, with three seconds remaining gave Tennessee the winning edge. A 96-yard touchdown return of an errant pitchout from Hartlieb by Vols' linebacker Darrin Miller put them in front 14-3 midway in the second quarter.

Iowa, which tried three quarterbacks, came back on two touchdowns by Kevin Harmon and a field goal by Rob Houghtlin to lead, 22-17. Harmon, the halfback from Bayside High School in Queens, was the Hawkeyes' only effective running back and also caught four passes. The quarterbacks, Dan McGwire, Chuck Hartlieb and Tom Poholsky, attempted 44 passes and completed 22 for a combined 280 yards.

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9/12/1987

Iowa  @  Arizona   Arizona

W    15 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Tom Poholsky got the start at QB, and on the opening drive, drove to the 9-yard line before settling for a Rob Houghtlin 27-yard field goal. Mark Stoops recovered a David Eldridge fumble at the Wildcat 21, but Poholsky was sacked on second down and the Hawkeyes failed to reach the goal line. Houghtlin again came in this time for a 21-yard FG. He later added a 19-yard FG. Poholsky was replaced with Chuck Hartlieb late in the third quarter, and the senior QB took the Hawkeyes on a 74-yard drive with Richard Bass scoring on a 2-yard run for Iowa's only touchdown.

Arizona had a chance to take the lead with 4:54 left in the game and Iowa leading 15-14, but Gary Coston, the nation's second most accurate field goal kicker last season, missed from 46 yards.

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9/19/1987

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    48 - 9 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/3/1987

#17 Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

L    14 - 19 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa QB Dan McGwire passed for two touchdowns (Quinn Early and Travis Watkins), but later injured his hip. Backup QB Chuck Hartlieb went 6-6 on passes but could not get into the end zone. RB Lorenzo White carried a stadium-record 39 times for 166 yards for the Spartans. Brad Quast had 17 tackles on defense. 20 penalties were called in the game. The Spartans would go on to win the Big Ten and the Rose Bowl.

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10/17/1987

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    10 - 37 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/24/1987

Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    38 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks scored three touchdowns through the air and two touchdowns on the ground offensively, and forced 4 interceptions and recovered a fumble on defense to win easily. Chuck Hartlieb threw for 317 yards, and Quinn Early caught 11 passes for 142 yards (school record is 12). Greg Brown grabbed two interceptions, while Dwight Sistrunk and Kerry Burt picked off the other two.

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10/31/1987

Iowa  vs  #11 Indiana   Indiana

W    29 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes used a feaflicker play on their first drive to take an early lead on a 35-yard touchdown pass from Chuck Hartlieb to Quinn Early. The Hawks fell behind later in the game 21-20, but a David Hudson TD and Rob Houghtlin FG put the Hawks back up for good. Hartlieb fell just short of recording his third consecutive 300-yard passing game, totaling 271 yards on the day and leading an 80-yard game-winning drive in the fourth quarter.

Houghtlin kicked 3 FGs in the game, and is now the career leader in most FGs in school history (48, previous record was Tom Nichol with 45).

Indiana had a chance to make it interesting late in the game, but interceptions from Dwight Sistrunk (2nd of the game) and Kerry Burt secured the win. The Hawks pulled an upset over the Hoosiers, who were leading the Big Ten at 4-0 and ranked 11th in the nation coming into the game.

Marv Cook was all over the field, catching 4 passes for 94 yards, including a 60-yard critical reception after Iowa fell behind. He also handled the punting duties, and had a 64-yard punt, and averaged 43 yards on the day.

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11/14/1987

Iowa  @  Ohio State   Ohio State

W    29 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In a thriller from 1987, Marv Cook catches the game winning TD on 4th and 23 from Chuck Hartlieb to give Hayden Fry his first win in "The Horseshoe" as the Hawkeyes beat the Buckeyes 29-27. It was the first time that Iowa won at Columbus since 1959. After this game, Ohio State coach Earle Bruce was told he would not be retained for the 1988 season.

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12/19/1987

#7 Iowa  @  #20 Iowa State   Iowa State

L    100 - 102 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The game where Lafester Rhodes scored 56 points to pull the upset over Iowa.

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12/30/1987
Sea World Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)

#18 Iowa  vs  Wyoming   Wyoming

W    20 - 19 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's defense and special teams scored two touchdowns and FB David Hudson tallied on a short run in the fourth period to rally the Hawkeyes to a 20-19 triumph over Wyoming in the 10th Holiday Bowl. Merton Hanks deflected a second-period punt, the first of his two blocked kicks, and Jay Hess covered it in the end zone for a score. Anthony Wright cut the lead to 19-13 with a 33-yard interception return. Greg Worker's 52-yard FG attempt was blocked by Hanks with 46 seconds left to preserve the victory. Wright, who added six tackles, was Iowa's game MVP. Wyoming had a 12-0 lead before Hess got the Hawkeyes on the scoreboard, but Iowa still trailed 19-7 at halftime before pitching a shutout in the second half.

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2/10/1988

#13 Iowa  vs  Ohio State   Ohio State

W    92 - 75 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/12/1988

#15 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

L    89 - 116 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/18/1988
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Pauley Pavillion, Los Angeles, CA)

#17 Iowa  vs  Florida State   Florida State

W    102 - 98 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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9/3/1988

#9 Iowa  @  Hawaii   Hawaii

L    24 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

After surrendering a 23-yard field goal by Hawaii's Jason Elam with 1:36 left in the game, Iowa quickly drove to the Hawaii 20-yard line with 48 seconds remaining. A false start penalty pushed the Hawkeyes back five yards, then a devastating holding penalty wiped out a potential go-ahead touchdown from Chuck Hartlieb to Travis Watkins with 40 seconds left. After converting from the same distance midway through the 4th quarter, freshman kicker Jeff Skillett left a 44-yard field goal attempt short that would have tied the game with 17 seconds on the clock.

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9/17/1988

#19 Iowa  vs  Colorado   Colorado

L    21 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Filling in for injured star Marv Cook, Tom Ward, a fifth-year senior from Iowa City, had six catches for 94 yards and a touchdown, his first TD as a Hawkeye. The TD put Iowa ahead 21-17 late in the 3rd quarter. The Hawks could not score in the 4th quarter, and Colorado took advantage of a costly Iowa fumble with 5 minutes left in the game. They drove 85 yards for the score and a 24-21 victory. The Buffaloes were led by the late Sal Aunese and running back Eric Bieniemy (25 carries for 153 yards).

QB Chuck Hartlieb's school-record string of 144 straight passes without an interception ended in the 4th quarter with under 2 minutes remaining. He finished with 21 of 38 passes for 269 yards and an interception.

In the second quarter, Iowa got its first touchdown after Tyrone Berrie blocked a Colorado punt from the end zone and Merton Hanks recovered for the score

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10/22/1988

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    31 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa receiver Deven Harberts, who caught five passes for 63 yards, got the big plays started late in the third quarter with a backhanded snare of a lob pass from Chuck Hartlieb. Freshman running back Mike Saunders contributed the final Iowa touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Saunders scampered through a big hole in the Purdue line and outran the Boilermaker secondary 72 yards for the score. The Hawkeyes piled up a season-best 266 yards on the ground.

Linebacker Melvin Foster led the Iowa defensive effort, recording 13 tackles, one for an 11-yard loss.

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11/5/1988

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    35 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hawks continue dominance of Wildcats in a cold afternoon in Iowa City

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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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12/24/1988
Chaminade Christmas Classic (Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI)

#4 Iowa  vs  Saint Louis   Saint Louis

W    83 - 80 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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12/25/1988
Chaminade Christmas Classic (Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI)

#4 Iowa  vs  UC-Riverside   UC-Riverside

L    92 - 110 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Maurice Pullum and Pat Viera each had five of UC-Riverside's Division II-record 21 3-point baskets, helping the Highlanders upset No. 4 Iowa, 110-92, Sunday night in the championship game of the Chaminade Christmas tournament. Riverside (9-1) was 12 for 18 on 3-point attempts in the second half, and 21 of 36 for the game. Cal State Sacramento had the previous record of 18 3-pointers, set in 1987.

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12/31/1988
Peach Bowl (Atlanta, GA)

Iowa  vs  North Carolina State   North Carolina State

L    23 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa couldn't overcome seven turnovers, including three interceptions by North Carolina State's Michael Brooks, in a 28-23 loss in the Peach Bowl. NCSU jumped out to a 28-3 lead before the Hawkeyes staged a furious comeback with 20 unanswered points. Chuck Hartlieb passed for 428 yards -- 122 to Marv Cook and 101 and two TDs to Deven Harberts -- in the catch-up effort. The Hawkeyes trailed 28-3 just 15 minutes into the game before Hartlieb worked his magic. The Wolfpack also committed seven turnovers, losing five fumbles. Freshman Tyrell Jackson scored two TDs for North Carolina State.

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1/7/1989

#9 Iowa  @  #6 North Carolina   North Carolina

W    98 - 97 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa made a huge statement in Chapel Hill with a close victory. Iowa used aggressive offensive rebounding and 23 points from Roy Marble to pull the upset. Late in the game, Marble sank a free throw with 11 seconds left to put the Hawks up by one. However, it appeared that Ed Horton, who missed two key free throws down the stretch, was the Iowa player originally fouled. B.J. Armstrong and Horton added 21 points each for the Hawkeyes. Horton also had 19 rebounds. Freshman Ray Thompson had 19 points.

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2/9/1989

#8 Iowa  vs  #10 Michigan   Michigan

L    107 - 108 2OT 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/8/1989

#15 Iowa  @  #4 Illinois   Illinois

L    94 - 118 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/17/1989
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, RI)

#14 Iowa  vs  Rutgers   Rutgers

W    87 - 73 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

You can find the 2nd half at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PpxNHM8kzU

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3/19/1989
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, RI)

#14 Iowa  vs  #17 North Carolina State   North Carolina State

L    96 - 102 2OT 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The Hawks started slow, going 7 minutes without a score, falling behind 25-6. They quickly came back to tie the game at halftime. But Iowa couldn't stop NC State's Rodney Monroe, who forced overtime twice with last-second shots, and then continued his hot streak in the second overtime to finish with 40 points. For Iowa, it was senior Ed Horton who led the Hawks with 32 points and 12 rebounds, along with 24 points from senior Roy Marble.

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10/21/1989

Iowa  vs  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    12 - 26 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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11/18/1989

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    24 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa romped the Boilermakers with a shutout victory. It was the first shutout since a 59-0 blowout against Illinois in 1985. The defense also recorded a school-record 9 sacks and -73 yards rushing.

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12/7/1989

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    89 - 87 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

In a game of two halves, the Cyclones jumped out to an early lead, and led by 14 at half. The Hawks rallied in the second half to take the lead, and held on to the win with clutch plays. Ray Thompson scored 32 points for Iowa in one of his best games as a Hawk.

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12/9/1989

Iowa  vs  #17 North Carolina   North Carolina

W    87 - 74 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Hawks pull upset win at home over powerhouse Tar Heels.

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12/23/1989

#16 Iowa  @  #13 Nevada-Las Vegas   Nevada-Las Vegas

L    80 - 97 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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1/3/1990

#20 Iowa  @  Northern Iowa   Northern Iowa

L    74 - 77 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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1/13/1990

Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

L    80 - 87 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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1/29/1990

Iowa  vs  #10 Illinois   Illinois

W    69 - 67 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa pulls upset over #10 Illinois. Iowa tied the game late in the game on Wade Lookingill's 3-point bank shot, and won it on Les Jepsen's driving layup with 2 seconds left.

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9/15/1990

Iowa  vs  Cincinnati   Cincinnati

W    63 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In a game that ended up in a blowout, the Hawks cruised to a 63-10 win. Iowa managed to set records as well as they pummeled the Cincinnati defense. After Cincinnati built a 7-0 lead after an interception and a 1-yard touchdown run from Joe Abrams, the Hawks took command for the afternoon. After a scoreless first quarter, quarterback Matt Rodgers led the Hawks to 28 unanswered points, following two touchdowns from Rodgers, and one each from running backs Nick Bell and Tony Stewart. Cincinnati scored its last points of the game with a late field goal and ended the half with Iowa up 28-10. After halftime, Iowa went on cruise control. Iowa went on to score 21 points in the 3rd and 14 in the 4th to win the contest 63-10. Rodgers ended the game going 15-27 on passes with 191 yards. Hawkeye offense racked up 662 yards with 455 yards rushing. The defense was excellent as well. The Bearcats were allowed only 4 first downs and 69 yards rushing.

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9/22/1990

Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    45 - 35 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes won a high-scoring affair with in-state rival Iowa State, their eighth in a series of fifteen straight wins in the rivalry. Highlights start around 4 minutes into the video. 1st half video and 2nd half video

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9/29/1990

Iowa  @  #10 Miami (FL)   Miami (FL)

L    21 - 48 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa was outmatched on paper, but was able to hang close with Miami until the 3rd quarter. After pulling to within 24–21 on an amazing TD pass and catch from Matt Rodgers to Sean Smith, it looked like an upset was possible. But the game got out of hand quickly from that point forward with turnovers, and Iowa fell to the defending National Champions, the 33rd consecutive home win for Miami.

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10/20/1990

#22 Iowa  @  #10 Michigan   Michigan

W    24 - 23 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

After a win over (what ended up being cellar-dweller) Wisconsin at home, Iowa traveled to the Big House in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines were still smarting after a tight, tough loss the previous week against Michigan State and it was Homecoming week. But Iowa kept it close throughout. Following a botched two-point conversion by the Wolverines after they had taken a 20-10 lead, the Hawkeyes went to work. Following one Hawkeye touchdown countered by a Michigan field goal, the Hawkeyes put together a drive for the ages, never facing a third-down. Tony Stewart grabbed the last of a series of key passes from Matt Rodgers with one hand, giving the Hawkeyes the ball at the Michigan 1-yard-line. Paul Kujawa ran it in from there, and with the extra point, the Hawks took the lead by the eventual final score of 24-23. A sack by Moses Santos and an interception by linebacker John Derby sealed the stunner. It was Michigan's first loss on Homecoming since the 1967 season.

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11/3/1990

#13 Iowa  @  #5 Illinois   Illinois

W    54 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks key road triumphs weren't finished as they traveled to Champaign, Illinois. Against an Illinois team that had the inside track to the Rose Bowl and was ranked 1st in the Big Ten in defense, Iowa put together one of their best offensive games in the Fry era, especially for a key road game. The Hawkeyes used an early fumble by the Illini to begin an exhibition by RB Nick Bell, the likes of which had rarely been seen in the Big 10 between two undefeated teams (in conference play). Bell literally ran over the Illini, scampering for 130 yards in the 1st quarter alone. The Hawks led by an amazing 28-0 early in the second quarter, and they stretched it to 44-14 by the end of the 3rd quarter, before settling for a 54-28 final. The Hawks rushed for 335 yards and had 540 yards of total offense. Matt Rodgers passed for 2 touchdowns (11 for 16 for 188 yards), and ran for a 3rd score.

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11/10/1990

#6 Iowa  vs  Ohio State   Ohio State

L    26 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeye bubble burst in Iowa City with a last-second loss to Ohio State. The Hawks were leading 26-14 when the Buckeyes stormed back. Buckeye WR Bobby Olive caught the game winning TD, his second scoring reception of the 4th quarter, from QB Greg Frey with 0:01 left on the clock. Ohio State also scored a 48-yard touchdown as the first half expired. Second half video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLwiZNCQOLU

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11/17/1990

#13 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    38 - 9 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes, entering as 26-point favorites, bounced back with what proved to be a Big 10-clinching win at home against Purdue. Favored by 26 points, Iowa did not disappoint, as the Hawkeyes rolled over Purdue 38-9 on Senior Day. Purdue's Eric Hunter set a Kinnick Stadium record with 60 pass attempts that would stand until Scott Mullen matched it in 1999 against Indiana. Matt Rodgers completed four touchdown passes to as many receivers, hitting Danan Hughes, Tony Stewart, Mike Saunders, and Sean Smith for scores. Marvin Lampkin added a rushing touchdown in the game's final minutes.

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1/1/1991
Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

#17 Iowa  vs  #8 Washington   Washington

L    34 - 46 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes trailed badly at the half and trailed 39–14 after three quarters. Iowa charged back from a 33-7 halftime deficit to pull within 13 (39-26) with 5:07 left, but Washington held on to defeat the Hawkeyes 46-34 in the highest-scoring game in Rose Bowl history. Nick Bell gained 64 yards to go over 1,000 for the season (1,009) and Tony Stewart became Iowa's all-time leading rusher (2,562). The receiving corps was a bright spot for Iowa, combining for 315 yards on 17 catches. Mike Saunders led Iowa's receivers with five catches for 99 yards and Bell totaled 85 yards on three receptions. Bell and QB Matt Rodgers both rushed for two touchdowns.

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1/19/1991

Iowa  vs  #3 Indiana   Indiana

L    79 - 99 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/14/1991
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN)

Iowa  vs  #17 East Tennessee State   East Tennessee State

W    76 - 73 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Troy Skinner's perfect shooting (4-for-4 on 3 pointers and two free throws) helped keep the 7th-seeded Hawkeyes in a game they often seemed on the verge of losing. He also helped minimize the scoring of All-American Keith "Mister" Jennings of ETSU (10th-seeded), who scored only 11 points (almost 10 below his average). Acie Earl led the Hawkeyes with 18 points, going 10 for 14 at the free throw line. James Moses also scored 14 points.

Iowa was down early in the game by as many as 10 points, but closed the gap to 4 by halftime. ETSU hit a driving lay-in with 1:45 to go to pull within two at 67-65. But the Hawkeyes' Rodell Davis stole the ball and got it to Moses, who scored with 1:22 left. Clutch free throw shooting held off some late 3's from the Buccaneers.

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3/16/1991
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN)

Iowa  vs  #6 Duke   Duke

L    70 - 85 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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9/7/1991

#15 Iowa  vs  Hawaii   Hawaii

W    53 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Iowa defense held the explosive Rainbow offense in check, sacked their QB five times, and blocked two punts for touchdowns.

Danan Hughes led Iowa with 103 yards receiving on just four receptions, including a 52-yard TD reception. Fullback Lew Montgomery scored three TDs on short runs, quarterback Matt Rodgers threw two touchdown passes, tailback Mike Saunders ran 27 yards for a score, Phil Bradley ran a blocked punt 10 yards for a touchdown, Jeff Skillett kicked a 3O-yard field goal and Matt Hilliard blocked a second punt for a safety.

Linebackers John Derby and defensive back Carlos James both recorded an interception.

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10/5/1991

#9 Iowa  vs  #7 Michigan   Michigan

L    24 - 43 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In the 1991 Big Ten opener, the Hawkeyes led 18-7 midway through the second quarter, but could not stop the Michigan ground game as the Wolverines rolled up 371 yards rushing on 50 attempts. This game essentially decided the conference championship as both teams won the remainder of their Big Ten games. Prior to kickoff, 1957 Outland Trophy winner Alex Karras was presented with a plaque from the College Football Hall of Fame.

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10/19/1991

#15 Iowa  vs  #13 Illinois   Illinois

W    24 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's 24-21 Homecoming victory over #13 Illinois was a result of tough defense against the Big Ten's top offense.

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10/26/1991

#11 Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    31 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

#11 Iowa (5-1) fell behind early as its offense came out sluggish and special teams struggled. Purdue took a 15-7 lead to the intermission on the strength of two forced turnovers and a blocked field goal. An explosive 77 yard touchdown run from Mike Saunders on Iowa's first drive of the second half ignited Iowa's offense as the Hawkeyes outscored Purdue 24-6 after the break. Saunders would tack on a 26 yard score to match fullback Lew Montgomery's 2 TD's. Iowa's defense also came to life in the second half, holding the Boilermaker offense to negative 8 total yards until the 2 minute mark in the 4th quarter and registering 8 sacks on the day.

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11/2/1991

#11 Iowa  @  #13 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    16 - 9 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Matt Rodgers ran for one touchdown and passed for another and 11th-ranked Iowa's defense turned back two late threats by No.13 Ohio State for a 16-9 victory. Iowa's players wore all-black helmets in memory of four Iowa professors and a graduate student shot to death Friday by another graduate student, who later killed himself.

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11/9/1991

#10 Iowa  vs  #25 Indiana   Indiana

W    38 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa intercepted Indiana quarterback Trent Green's first three passes as the Hawkeyes rolled to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. The stunned Hoosiers didn't cross the midfield stripe until the second quarter, as the Iowa defense imposed its will and bottled up the nation's leading rusher Vaughn Dunbar. Iowa running back Mike Saunders scored four touchdowns on the day as he ran for three and caught a scoring strike from backup quarterback Jim Hartlieb, who was filling in for the injured Matt Rodgers. On the day, Hartlieb completed two touchdown passes, the other to wide receiver Danan Hughes, and threw one interception.

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12/30/1991
Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)

#7 Iowa  vs  Brigham Young   Brigham Young

T    13 - 13 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's attempt to become the winningest team in Hawkeye history came up just short at the hands of Ty Detmer and Brigham Young. The 1990 Heisman Trophy winner passed for 350 yards in rallying the Cougars back from a 13-0 halftime deficit. Iowa built its lead on two touchdown runs by Mike Saunders. Saunders joined Iowa's exclusive 1,000-yard in a season club. All-American defensive end Leroy Smith was injured in the first half and never returned to the Iowa lineup. BYU had a chance to win the game with under 30 seconds to play. The Cougars had a first down on the Iowa 18-yard line with the score tied. However, Detmer's final pass was intercepted by Carlos James at the goal line. The Hawkeyes finished the season ranked 10th in both the AP and CNN/USA Today polls with a 10-1-1 record, but the tie also prevented Iowa from having it's first 11 win season.

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3/4/1992

Iowa  vs  #2 Indiana   Indiana

L    60 - 64 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Hawks play #2 Hoosiers close, but can't pull the upset

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3/19/1992
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC)

Iowa  vs  Texas   Texas

W    98 - 92 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Video shown is the final minutes. Videos are broken up into multiple segments: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9

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8/29/1992
Kick-off Classic (East Rutherford, NJ)

#16 Iowa  vs  North Carolina State   North Carolina State

L    14 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

After a wide-open first half that ended in a 14-14 tie, the game turned into a defensive struggle for most of the second half, with Iowa being shutout. Both of Iowa's touchdowns came on second-quarter passes from Jim Hartlieb to Danan Hughes, who set a school record for career TD receptions with 17. Hughes, who comes from nearby Bayonne, NJ, had scoring catches of 23 and 9 yards.

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9/5/1992

#23 Iowa  vs  #1 Miami (FL)   Miami (FL)

L    7 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hurricanes carry an 18-game winning streak into the game. Gino Torretta (Heisman Trophy winner that season) wrote his name into the Kinnick Stadium record books with a 433-yard passing performance for the co-defending National Champions. Miami had to practice all week in Vero Beach because Hurricane Andrew knocked the team out of its facilities, and a collection was made during the game to raise money for those impacted by the disaster.

Iowa QB Jim Hartlieb went 26 of 38 passes for 266 yards, including a 31-yard scoring strike to Harold Jasper with 5:30 remaining in the game. The game was billed as "A Night To Remember" to commemorate the first game under the lights in Kinnick Stadium history.

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9/12/1992

Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    21 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Danan Hughes led the Hawks with eight receptions for 133 yards and a TD, 100 of which came in the opening quarter. Marvin Lampkin rushed for 83 yards on 19 carries, while Ryan Terry finished with 10 rushes for 80 yards, and the team rushed for 227 yards total. The Hawks defense held the Cyclones to 7 points, and extended the winning streak to 10 in a row.

Highlights start around 4-5 minutes into the video.

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9/26/1992

Iowa  @  #10 Colorado   Colorado

L    12 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Colorado led 14-12, but broke the game open with two fourth-quarter touchdown passes by Koy Detmer (who replaced Kordell Stewart). Detmer threw touchdown passes of 10 yards to Christian Fauria, 31 yards to Michael Westbrook and 74 yards to Charles Johnson. Detmer is the younger brother of 1990 Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer (Iowa tied 13-13 in last year's Holiday Bowl).

The Hawkeyes intercepted two passes and recovered two fumbles in the first half, but was only able to get 6 points on two Andy Kreider field goals, and trailed 7-6 at halftime.

The veteran Iowa offensive line struggled against the rush, and gave up 10 QB sacks on the day. Iowa forced 6 turnovers, but could not capitalize on the Colorado miscues.

Colorado finished 9-2-1 on the season and lost to Syracuse in the Fiesta Bowl.

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10/17/1992

Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

W    24 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/31/1992

Iowa  vs  Ohio State   Ohio State

L    15 - 38 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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1/28/1993

#11 Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    96 - 90 OT 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa came back from a 15-point deficit with 3 minutes left in the game to force overtime then won it in OT 96-90 in the first game after the death of Chris Street. There are 10 parts to this game.
Comeback (Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPqB-6cbbp4)
End of game (Part 10: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uteWtZQQRI)

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1/31/1993

#9 Iowa  vs  #5 Michigan   Michigan

W    88 - 80 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The #5 ranked Fab 5 were no match for the emotion and intensity of the first home game since the death of Chris Street. There are 11 parts to the videos, so check out the full playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3DA843BD9AAE925D

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2/6/1993

#13 Iowa  vs  #1 Indiana   Indiana

L    66 - 73 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Prior to the game, the Hawkeyes retired Chris Street's #40 jersey and announced that an Iowa Farm Scholarship and the Chris Street Spirit award will be created in his name (ceremony shown in full game video).

In the first half, the Hawkeyes seemed to be headed toward their second-straight home upset of a 1992 Final Four participant, leading by 10 at 24-14. Indiana ran off 10 straight points to tie the game. The teams continued to see-saw in the second half, with Iowa's last lead coming at 62-61. Indiana hit 10-12 free throws, and Iowa struggled from 3-point range. Acie Earl led the Hawks with 16 points.

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3/21/1993
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Memorial Gymnasium, Nashville, TN)

#13 Iowa  vs  #16 Wake Forest   Wake Forest

L    78 - 84 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Rodney Rogers scored 33 points, including 12 of Wake Forest's final 19, as the Demon Deacons beat Iowa, 84-78, during the second round of the NCAA Southeast Regional on Sunday. Iowa came into the game with the best rebounding margin in the nation, but Wake Forest out-rebounded the Hawkeyes, 26-20. The Demon Deacons held Iowa star Acie Earl scoreless over the last 7 1/2 minutes while Wade Lookingbill, who finished with 15, didn't score during the final 11 1/2 minutes.

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9/4/1993

Iowa  vs  Tulsa   Tulsa

W    26 - 25 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Down 25-18 with 6 minutes remaining, the Hawks were backed up on their own 4-yard line. Iowa began a 14- play drive that took the Hawkeyes into scoring position. On 4th and 2 at Tulsa's 2-yard line, tailback Ryan Terry swept left, faked like he was going to pass, and then raced around the end to score a touchdown with :53 seconds remaining. Trailing by one, Iowa went for the win. QB Paul Burmeister tossed a rainbow pass into the right corner of the end zone to TE Scott Slutzker, who kept his feet in-bounds, and Iowa took a 1-point lead. The defense held on for the win with two batted down passes from Maurea Crain.

Iowa struggled on offense to get in the end zone. Todd Romano tied a school record with 4 FGs, including a 53-yarder. Freshman punter Nick Gallery had a booming 69-yard punt to switch field positions late in the 3rd quarter. Sedrick Shaw was also explosive with a 75-yard kickoff return and some long runs from scrimmage.

Defensively, the Hawks struggled to stop Tulsa WR Chris Penn, who caught 7 passes for 149 yards and 2 touchdowns, but did pick off QB Gus Ferrotte four times in the game.

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9/11/1993

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    31 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Ryan Terry started the game off with a touchdown run, and he ended with 102 yards on 20 carries. QB Paul Burmeister connected with Anthony Dean for a 16 yard touchdown, and Iowa took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter with the strong wind. Early in the 2nd quarter, they extended the lead to 21-0 with a long run by Sedrick Shaw, who also scored on a 1-yard run. Kent Kahl ran 9 yards for a touchdown to extend the lead to 28-7 at halftime. Todd Romano added a 29-yard FG in the 3rd quarter to make it 31-7. Iowa scored on their first 5 possessions and could not be stopped on the ground, but didn't do much offensively in the 2nd half. Full game video is missing most of the 4th quarter when Iowa State scored two touchdowns to make it close. Highlight video starts around the 5 minute mark.

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9/18/1993

Iowa  vs  #14 Penn State   Penn State

L    0 - 31 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/2/1993

Iowa  @  #8 Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/9/1993

Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

L    10 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

On a rainy and wet field, Iowa fell to 0-3 in the Big Ten for the first time in Hayden Fry's tenure, and offensive is a big reason. Iowa has scored only two touchdowns in its last three games, all losses, and hit a season-low 201 yards of total offense.

After a Scott Plate interception, the Hawks had the ball on the Indiana 20-yard line, but had to settle for a 36-yard FG from Todd Romano. Indiana added 2 FGs to take a 6-3 lead at halftime, as Iowa struggled to move the ball, gaining only 3 first downs in the 1st half.

After a short punt, Indiana marched down for a TD to take a 13-3 lead. Iowa fumbled the ensuing kickoff, and the Hoosiers added another FG. Bo Porter picked off a pass in the end zone to keep the game in reach. The defense struggled to stop the running game of Indiana and Brett Law, who rushed for 144 yards. The defense was able to block a 38-yard FG in the 4th quarter to keep hope alive.

The offense was finally able to move the ball and drove to the Indiana 4-yard line. On 4th and goal, a screen pass to Ryan Terry resulted in Iowa's first TD, and cut the deficit to 16-10, but with only 2 minutes left in the game, there wasn't enough time to get the ball back.

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10/16/1993

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

L    3 - 49 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks were shut down offensively during Homecoming, and Illinois' offense and defense looked like a top caliber team, not a 1-4 team. Iowa's early offensive possessions resulted in a fumble, turnover on downs (4th and 1) and a safety after an errant snap. At the start of the 2nd half, Iowa fumbled again on their own 2-yard line, setting up another Illini TD. The next possession resulted in an interception. The Hawkeyes' only score came on a Todd Romano 35-yard field goal with two seconds left in the second quarter.

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10/23/1993

Iowa  @  #24 Michigan State   Michigan State

L    10 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks improved over their blowout loss to Illinois last week, but still couldn't get enough offensive scoring in the second half. Paul Burmeister completed 25 of 49 passes for 249 yards and 1 TD. Bobby Diaco forced a fumble on the goal line to keep Iowa within a touchdown at half. Larry Blue brought had four sacks and Mike Wells had two sacks to lead the defense. But the Hawks were shut out in the second half and were not able to score. MSU was able to rush the ball successfully. Duane Goulbourne rushed for 213 yards on 29 carries for the Spartans. The loss was the first time in six games at Spartan Stadium that Hayden Fry had lost since taking over at Iowa (which might be why the fans stormed the field).

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11/6/1993

Iowa  vs  Northern Illinois   Northern Illinois

W    54 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Ryan Terry ran for a touchdown, and caught another, while Cliff King ran for two more, but it was NIU's LeShon Johnson that stole the show with 306 yards rushing on 32 carries and two touchdowns (26 and 81 yards).

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11/13/1993

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    23 - 19 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Northwestern QB Steve Schnur was sacked five times for a loss of 27 yards and had eight passes broken up, and Iowa extended its winning streak over Northwestern to 20 games. Iowa QB Paul Burmeister completed 17 of 25 passes for 234 yards. He threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Scott Slutzker to put the Hawkeyes ahead 13-6 going into halftime. The second quarter drive covered 80 yards in eight plays and 1 minute, 22 seconds. Special teams were a key for Iowa. Todd Romano kicked a difficult and important 37-yard field goal, and punter Nick Gallery had a 70-yard punt into the wind, which was downed on the 1-yard line, and averaged 45 yards.

The Hawkeyes gained 90 yards rushing, and fullback Cliff King had 69 yards on 14 carries. In Iowa's last touchdown series, King ran for gains of 14, 12, 11 and five yards.

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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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12/22/1993

Iowa  vs  #3 Duke   Duke

L    76 - 79 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Grant Hill, Cherokee Parks and the third-ranked Duke Blue Devils give Coach K his 400th victory against Russ Millard, James Winters and the Iowa Hawkeyes in ACC/Big Ten action.

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12/31/1993
Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX)

Iowa  vs  California   California

L    3 - 37 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

California exploded for 17 points in the second quarter and defeated Iowa 37-3 in the inaugural Alamo Bowl. The Golden Bears built a 9-0 lead on three field goals by Doug Brien, then expanded their advantage to 16-0 on a six-yard touchdown pass from Dave Barr to Mike Caldwell. Iowa's deficit grew when Jerrott Willard picked off a Paul Burmeister pass and ran it 61 yards for a score just before halftime. Iowa's only points in the second half came on a 42-yard field goal by Brion Hurley in the third quarter. Iowa finished the season 6-6. A bright spot was punter Nick Gallery, who averaged 43 yards on eight punts. Larry Blue received the Alamo Bowl Sportsmanship Award.

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1/11/1994

Iowa  vs  #11 Indiana   Indiana

L    75 - 89 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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2/12/1994

Iowa  @  #12 Indiana   Indiana

L    91 - 93 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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9/3/1994

Iowa  vs  Central Michigan   Central Michigan

W    52 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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9/17/1994

Iowa  @  #6 Penn State   Penn State

L    21 - 61 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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9/24/1994

Iowa  @  Oregon   Oregon

L    18 - 40 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa led early 12-7, but the Ducks scored 20 straight points in the 2nd quarter to take a 27-12 lead into halftime, mainly due to turnovers and good field position. They added 2 more touchdowns early in the 3rd quarter to put the game out of reach, leading 40-12. Oregon also blocked two PATs in the game.

Iowa QB Ryan Driscoll completed 16 of 37 passes for 255 yards, and was intercepted 3 times. The Hawks were penalized 10 times for 107 yards, and lost a fumble. Oregon had no turnovers.

One bright spot was a 68-yard TD punt return by Harold Jasper, that put Iowa ahead 12-7 in the first quarter. Hayden Fry's Iowa record against the Pac-10 fell to 3-7. It was the first Big Ten team to visit Oregon in 14 years.

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10/1/1994

Iowa  vs  #7 Michigan   Michigan

L    14 - 29 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Penalties killed Iowa all day and it was never able to get over the hump. After cutting the deficit to 22-14 on a 11-yard pass from Ryan Driscoll to Scott Slutzker, Iowa recovered the ensuing kickoff on Michigan's 29-yard line.

But two illegal procedure penalties and a blocked 40-yard FG attempt by Brion Hurley ended the comeback. Michigan drove down and added another touchdown after consuming six minutes off the clock.

The Iowa defense couldn't stop Tyrone Wheatley, as he rushed for 182 yards on 37 carries and two touchdowns.

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10/8/1994

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

L    20 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hawks fumble on first series, which leads to an Alex Smith TD. As Indiana drove to another score, Billy Coats made an interception in the end zone. After the turnover, Hawks drive down to tie the game on a short TD run by Sedrick Shaw. The Indiana offense was able to move the ball on the ground behind Smith and QB John Paci. Indiana was ahead 14-7 and looking to score again, but was picked off a 2nd time in the end zone, this time by Marquis (Bo) Porter. The Hawks drove down to tie the game, but fumbled again. But Porter picked up another interception to get the ball back. QB Ryan Driscoll scrambled down to the Indiana 20-yard line, but fell on his shoulder, and would miss the rest of the season with a broken collar bone. With Matt Sherman out with a fractured foot, and Jefferson Bates nursing a sore elbow, 4th string QB Mike Duprey entered the game. The drive stalled on a missed 41-yard FG. Iowa was fortunate to only be down 7 points at halftime.

Indiana took a 21-7 lead after their first drive, aided by a successful fake FG. Tavian Banks returned the ensuing kickoff 60 yards to the Indiana 25-yard line. Duprey hit Willie Guy for a 27-yard TD pass.

After holding the Hoosiers to a FG, the Hawks drove for a score, capped by a Tavian Banks 3-yard TD run, but Brion Hurley's PAT was missed. For the season, Iowa is 2 of 7 on field goal attempts and 16 of 21 on extra points.

Indiana would tack on a FG to lead 27-20. Iowa had a chance to win the game with 2:04 left, but Duprey's pass intended for Harold Jasper was intercepted.

Indiana's rushing was the key to the game, with over 300 yards as a team, and Smith ending with 232 yards on 43 carries. That set a new Kinnick Stadium record, breaking the previous high of 39 rushing attempts. It was the third straight homecoming loss for Iowa.

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10/15/1994

Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

L    7 - 47 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Somehow the injury list got even longer after this mismatch against the top-rated Illini defense. With Parker Wlideman as Iowa's only first-team defensive lineman available, the Hawkeyes looked helpless, giving up 478 total offensive yards. They also struggled on offense, with QB Mike Duprey being sacked 5 times during the game. They lost two more quarterbacks in the game when Duprey and Corby Smith left with injuries. Jefferson Bates came in, but was not able to throw very far. He did complete a 1-yard TD pass to punter/TE Nick Gallery for Iowa's only score late in the game.

The game was similar to last year's 49-3 loss to Illinois. Iowa has lost 5 straight conference games, repeating last year's feat.

Illinois kicker Chris Richardson made FGs of 52 and 48 yards, and Robert Holcombe rushed for 101 yards.

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10/22/1994

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    19 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes racked up 369 yards on the ground in Iowa's 19-14 win, ending a 5-game losing streak. Kent Kahl and Sedrick Shaw led the Hawkeye rushing attack. Shaw gained 137 yards on 19 carries, while fullback Kahl ran over the Spartans up the middle for 120 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns. Brion Hurley added two FGs (21 and 32 yards), and Iowa stopped a late Spartan drive to preserve the win.

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10/29/1994

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

T    21 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Purdue took a 10-0 lead in the first half, as the Hawks had no answer for the powerful Purdue FB Mike Alstott, who rushed for 138 yards on 25 carries.

Iowa struggled to get a consistent offense going in the first half besides Kent Kahl's running. He ended the day with 108 yards on 21 carries. QB Mike Duprey scrambled away from pressure, but struggled to connect with receivers.

After the half, Shaw fumbled on the first possession, and Iowa failed to convert on 4th down around midfield. Purdue drove downfield and connected on another field goal, and led 13-0.

Duprey left the game with an eye injury in the 3rd quarter. Matt Sherman led the Hawkeyes to three fourth-quarter touchdown drives off the bench.

On the first play of the fourth quarter down 13-0 and facing 3rd and 8, Sherman connected with Willie Guy for a crucial 23-yard completion. Kahl completed the drive with a 1-yard touchdown run. Iowa trailed 13-7, then Bobby Diaco recovered a fumble on the Purdue 40. Tavian Banks ran 38-yards for a touchdown on the next play, and Iowa took a 14-7 lead. Iowa forced a punt, and was looking to score again, but Sherman fumbled on the 10-yard line. Iowa forced another punt, and Sedrick Shaw ran 39 yards for a score, putting Iowa up 21-13.

QB Billy Dicken moved Purdue down the field 80 yards with a long screen pass to Alstott and a 28-yard touchdown pass to Brian Alford. Down 21-20, they went for two and Dicken scrambled and reached over the goal line as he was being tackled by Diaco, and it was ruled a conversion. The game was tied 21-21 with six minutes remaining. Iowa went for it on 4th and 1 on the Purdue 42, but was stopped.

Purdue drove down to Iowa territory behind a big run from Alstott, but stalled in the red zone. Brad Babich's 30-yard field goal attempt sailed wide left with seven seconds remaining in the game, and the game ended in a tie.

Iowa rushed for 310 yards on 41 carries, but was only 3 for 11 on passes for 46 yards. Iowa had 3 fumbles, and Purdue had 2.

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11/12/1994

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    49 - 13 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Redshirt freshman QB Matt Sherman stole the show in his first start, completing 19 of 24 passes for 331 yards. The Hawkeyes' 602 yards of total offense and five turnovers on defense brought back a glimpse of the past for Iowa coach Hayden Fry. It was Iowa's 21st straight win over the Wildcats.

Harold Jasper got things started in the first quarter when he reeled in a 26-yard pass, for his 100th career reception. While reaching the century mark was a milestone, Jasper's 101st catch was bigger. Two plays later, he made a diving grab in the end zone for the first score of the afternoon.

Free safety Bo Porter led the Hawks with 10 tackles, one interception, and his first career touchdown when he picked up a punt blocked by Jason House in the third quarter.

Sedrick Shaw rushed for 114 for the game, including a 19-yard touchdown run. He needs only 71 more yards to reach 1,000 yards on the season.

Ryan Terry gave the seniors' farewell an appropriate ending. He broke away and took the ball 71 yards for the Hawkeyes' final touchdown late in the game.

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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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3/12/1995

Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

L    79 - 110 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Alan Henderson, playing his final game at Assembly Hall, led the Hoosiers with 35 points to bring his career total to 1,961. Andre Woolridge led Iowa with 22 points and Chris Kingsbury had 17 points.

The Hoosiers held the Hawkeyes to 38% shooting from the field and capitalized on 14 turnovers. Indiana shot 57% (20 of 35) in the first half, including 7-of-10 from 3-point range. The win helped get Indiana into the NCAA tournament, while Iowa's hopes of getting in were dashed, and were invited to the NIT.

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3/23/1995
NIT Tournament (Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City, IA)

Iowa  vs  Penn State   Penn State

L    64 - 67 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Penn State defeated Iowa for the second time this season, 67-64, in the NIT quarterfinals. With 10 seconds remaining, Iowa's Jess Settles made good on a pair of free throws to tie the game at 64. Just four and a half minutes earlier, the Hawkeyes had trailed 61-47. Penn State freshman Pete Lilicky nailed a 25-footer with two seconds remaining for the win.

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9/16/1995

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    27 - 10 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Highlights start around 5 minutes into the video. Playing ball control, the Hawkeyes received the opening kickoff and kept the ball for nearly seven minutes. The results was an 84-yard drive and a one-yard touchdown run by Sedrick Shaw. Iowa State answered when Troy Davis ran 63 yards for a touchdown with 20 seconds left in the first quarter. A 26-yard field goal by Jamie Kohl with 7:06 remaining in the half would be the final Cyclone points of the day. When fullback Rodney Filer ran for a one yard touchdown with three minutes left in the first half, Iowa took the lead for good. Touchdown runs of five yards by Tavian Banks and one yard by Matt Sherman were the only touchdowns in the second half. Todd Romano kicked a 31-yard field goal to round out the scoring, On the day, Shaw rushed for a career-high 178 yards on 32 carries. Iowa's kicking game was less than perfect with Brion Hurley missing a 29-yard field goal and a PAT, while Todd Romano missed two PAT's. Linebacker Bobby Diaco led the team wtih 12 tackles while Vernon Rollins had nine. Ed Gibson also had nine tackles and a 67-yard fumble return.

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10/21/1995

#18 Iowa  vs  #19 Penn State   Penn State

L    27 - 41 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's seven game wining streak, and nine game unbeaten streak, came to an end with a 41-27 loss to 18th ranked Penn State. With 5:34 left in the the opening quarter, the Nittany Lions got on the scoreboard first with a 1-yard touchdown run. Iowa would match the score, and stay within striking distance trailing 17-14 at the half. The Hawkeyes came back to take a 27-24 fourth quarter lead on a 19-yard touchdown run by Sedrick Shaw, but Penn State quarterback Wally Richardson hooked up with all-American receiver Bobby Engram for two touchdowns in the last six minutes of the game to win it. Iowa quarterback Matt Sherman completed 21-28 passes for 374 yards and two touchdowns. Iowa's defense was led by Damien Robinson and Bobby Diaco who totaled 14 and 12 tackles respectively.

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10/28/1995

#25 Iowa  @  #4 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    35 - 56 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Buckeyes were never seriously threatened in posting a 56-35 win. Ohio State scored 56 unanswered points in the first half before heading to the locker room with a 56-7 halftime lead. Iowa scored on the last play of the half on a controversial fumble. The Buckeyes racked up 396 yards in the first half, total offense, scoring a touchdown on seven of their eight possessions. Eddie George had 4 TDs and Terry Glenn added two more.

The second half saw both the Iowa offense and defense get on track as the Hawkeyes outscored Ohio State 28-0 against their backups. The running game of Sedrick Shaw, combined with the passing attack of Matt Sherman, guided Iowa to 283 second-half yards. The Hawkeye defense, which shut out Ohio State in the second half, was led by defensive back Damien Robinson with nine tackles and one interception.

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11/11/1995

Iowa  @  #5 Northwestern   Northwestern

L    20 - 31 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa lost for the first time in 21 years to #5 Northwestern, 31-20. After falling behind 3-0 in the first quarter, on a 50-yard field goal by Northwestern kicker Brian Gowins, the Hawkeyes scored three second quarter touchdowns to take a 20-17 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Northwestern took the ball on the opening drive and scored on a three-yard run by Darnell Autry. In the fourth quarter, Northwestern's Hudhaifa Ismaeli returned an Iowa fumble 31 yards for a touchdown to seal the victory. The final stats didn't reflect the outcome as Iowa recorded more first downs, rushing and passing yards than did Northwestern. Despite the loss, Sedrick Shaw rushed for 135 yards and became Iowa's all-time leading rusher with 2,653 yards. Tom Knight returned his second interception for a touchdown this year, and Vernon Rollins had recorded 17 tackles, including three for a loss.

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11/18/1995

Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    33 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes snapped a four-game losing streak to get back on the winning track, defeating Wisconsin 33-20. The win improved Iowa's record to 6-4 on the year and kept Hawkeye bowl hopes alive. The Hawkeyes jumped out early, scoring on their first possession when Matt Sherman passed three yards to Michael Burger. Sedrick Shaw would add touchdown runs of one and seven yards in the second quarter as Iowa posted a 21-0 lead. Wisconsin got on the board late in the second quarter on a 45-yard touchdown pass from Darrell Bevell to Michael London. Hawkeye kicker Brion Hurley kicked a 50-yard field goal with 15 seconds left in the half to push the lead to 24-7. In the second half as the Badgers put 13 straight points on the board to cut Iowa's lead to 24-20. A holding penalty against the Badgers in their own endzone resulted in a safety. In the game, Shaw rushed for 214 yards and became Iowa's most productive rusher for one season with 1,304 yards.

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12/29/1995
Sun Bowl (El Paso, TX)

Iowa  vs  #20 Washington   Washington

W    38 - 18 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa jumped out to the early lead and didn't look back, defeating Pac-10 co-champion Washington, 38-18, in the 62nd annual Sun Bowl. Sedrick Shaw started the Iowa scoring by taking a handoff and running 58 yards for a touchdown only 1:52 into the game. Kickers Brion Hurley and Zach Bromert each added a pair of field goals. Hurley kicked his third field goal of the day from 50 yards out (also hit from 49 and 47 yards) as Iowa's lead climbed to 24 in the third quarter. Iowa fullback Michael Burger scored on runs of eight- and one-yard to increase the score to 38-6 before Washington added two late scores. The Iowa defense recorded four sacks while forcing three fumbles. Hawkeye running backs Shaw (135) and Tavian Banks (122) each rushed for over 100 yards. Jared DeVries was named Defensive MVP.

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3/15/1996
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Wells Fargo Arena, Tempe, AZ)

#21 Iowa  vs  George Washington   George Washington

W    81 - 79 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

It was the second greatest second-half comeback by the Iowa men's basketball under Coach Tom Davis. Iowa was a #6 seed in the West Region, and outscored the Colonials 25-6 over the final 8 minutes, 21 seconds to earn the victory. Iowa took the lead with less than 2 minutes in the game, and Russ Millard sank 2 clutch free throws with 3 seconds left. The victory improved Davis' record to 9-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, including 7-0 at Iowa. There are 9 parts to this game film, the best one starts halfway through part 7 (https://youtube.com/watch?v=wBbQCxa12V4) when the comeback begins.

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9/7/1996

#22 Iowa  vs  Arizona   Arizona

W    21 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa took a page from Arizona vaunted "Desert Swarm" defensive game book to record three turnovers - all resulting in touchdowns - to edge the Wildcats 21-20. The Hawkeyes spotted Arizona and early 7-0 lead on Mike Lucky's one-yard scoring catch in the first quarter before turning up the heat. In a 30-second time span, the Iowa defense forced two fumbles near the Arizona goal line. Linebacker Vernon Rollins pounced on a fumble in the end zone for Iowa's first score. Ten seconds later, Bill Ennis-Inge caused another fumble by Wildcat quarterback Brady Batten. Iowa quarterback Matt Sherman connected with Damon Gibson two plays later to put Iowa up for good, 14-7. Tom Knight intercepted Keith Smith on the first play of the third quarter to set up a Sedrick Shaw touchdown six plays later, breaking an Iowa record with his 25th career touchdown. He finished with 115 yards on 23 carries, a rare feat against Arizona.

Arizona narrowed the margin to 21-20 on a 39-yard Matt Peyton field goal, but Iowa used most of the remaining eight minutes with a time-consuming drive. Rollins finished the game with eight tackles and was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. Hughes added six tackles and Ennis-Inge had five tackles and two sacks. Iowa had 2 turnovers, but forced 5 turnovers on Arizona.

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9/21/1996

#19 Iowa  @  Tulsa   Tulsa

L    20 - 27 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa's first road trip wasn't what the doctor ordered as Tulsa was able to delight the home crowd with a 27-20 upset. Sedrick Shaw, who didn't start for the first time in 28 games, rumbled in from eight yards out to put Iowa in front. Tulsa answered with 10 straight points. Iowa started the second quarter the way it began the game as the Hawkeyes marched down the field on the strength of a 50-yard run by Shaw. Tim Dwight gave Iowa its second lead with his four-yard reception from Matt Sherman. The Tulsa passing game came to life in the second half as John Fitzgerald hit Damon Savage on back-to-back strikes of 59 and 13 yards. Reggie Williams took it in two plays later to put Tulsa up for good, 20-17. Fitzgerald, who finished with 357 yards passing, connected with Wes Caswell for 31 yards to set up Tulsa's final score. Zach Bromert narrowed the margin to 27-20 with his 38-yard field goal at the start of the fourth, but Tulsa stopped Iowa twice on fourth down inside the Golden Hurricane 10-yard line in the final quarter. Damien Robinson notched 12 tackles in the game and also had an interception. Matt Hughes, Tom Knight and Vernon Rollins each recorded nine tackles. This game is considered one of the worst upsets of Hayden Fry's career at Iowa.

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10/5/1996

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    37 - 30 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa matched its biggest comeback ever in the Hayden Fry era and one of the biggest in school history. Fresh off the upset loss at Tulsa, they fell behind 17-0 in the first quarter without even a first down. Things got back on track when Matt Sherman found Demo Odems on a 54-yard pass play on 3rd and 22 from the Iowa 10-yard line on the last play of the first quarter. Sherman then hit tightened Chris Knipper on a 35-yarder to cut the margin to 10. The Spartans struck back with a 41-yard touchdown aerial with just over a minute left in the first half. The second half was all Iowa as the defense and special teams took over. Tom Knight intercepted Burke on the third play of the third quarter. Sherman again found Knipper for a nine-yard score to cut the lead to 23-16. The defense held before Tim Dwight broke free on a 46-yard punt return. Sherman hit Sedrick Shaw with a five-yard pass to tie the game at 23. Michigan State answered with an 11-play, 75-yard drive to go ahead 30-23. Iowa countered with two one-yard touchdown runs from Tavian Banks and Michael Burger to seal the come-from-behind win. Defensively, Knight and Damien Robinson had interceptions while Vernon Rollins recorded 10 tackles. Matt Hughes finished with nine tackles and Kerry Cooks had eight. The Spartans were coached by Nick Saban.

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10/19/1996

Iowa  @  #10 Penn State   Penn State

W    21 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Rain fell virtually all day for Iowa's game at Penn State. Things initially looked bleak for Iowa as the 8th-ranked Nittany Lions took the opening kickoff and drove the length of the field for a 7-0 lead. That's when Iowa junior Tim Dwight turned his motor up a notch and turned on the afterburners for an 83-yard punt return to knot the score at 7. Trailing 20-14 at halftime, Iowa's defense got stronger, limiting the Nittany Lions to just 73 yards over the final 2 quarters. With Sedrick Shaw nursing injuries, junior Tavian Banks rushed for 116 yards in 26 attempts and the winning touchdown - an 8-yard run on first and goal. It followed a 25-yard pass from running back Rob Thein to Demo Odems. Defensive back Kerry Cooks setup Iowa's final score when his sack of quarterback Wally Richardson forced a fumble (which Iowa recovered). The win was Iowa's first over a Top 10 ranked team since a 54-28 win over 5th-ranked Illinois in 1990. Damien Robinson led the Hawkeyes with 10 tackles, while Matt Hughes added 9.

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10/26/1996

#20 Iowa  vs  #2 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    26 - 38 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Expectations were high with College Game Day in attendance, but the Hawks got down quickly 31-6 at halftime and 38-6 early in the 3rd quarter due to 3 interceptions, one fumble, and one blocked punt for a TD. Later in the 3rd quarter, they finally got into the end zone on a 19-yard reverse run by Tim Dwight. That propelled a series of exciting punt returns from Dwight, including a 86-yard TD, and he nearly duplicated the feat on the next punt return as he single-handedly tried to get the Hawkeyes back in the game. He had 199 all-purpose yards, but the 20 point second half wasn't enough. Dwight's 1996 return yardage of 394 broke Nile Kinnick's school record of 322, set in 1937. On defense, Damien Robinson paced the Hawkeyes with eight tackles.

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11/2/1996

#25 Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

W    31 - 21 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Going into the game, Iowa had a 3-game losing streak to Illinois, including two blowout losses in 1993 and 1994. Vernon Rollins' 20-yard interception return for a touchdown - set up by the pressure defense of Jared DeVries - broke open a 17-14 Iowa lead and sparked the 25th-ranked Hawkeyes to a 31-21 win over Illinois. The weather was windy and bitterly cold as the wind chill was near zero. The Hawkeyes fought off the elements and took the lead in the first quarter on a 13-yard run by Sedrick Shaw. Shaw, who had his best day of the year with 159 yards on 32 carries, had a 41-yard run as he was the workhorse on the drive. Illinois came back strong with 14 straight points on a 17-yard pass-play and a 16-yard fumble return. But the Hawkeyes countered with a 10-play, 50-yard drive capped by Damon Gibson's eight yard touchdown reception. Iowa, which edged Illinois 320-272 in total yards, added another touchdown on Tim Dwight's 11-yard reception from Sherman to take a 31-14 lead. Defensive end Brett Chambers's diving interception at the Illinois 19 set up the score. Damien Robinson again led with 10 tackles, and Matt Hughes had eight. The win kept Iowa in second place in the conference.

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11/16/1996

Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    31 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Sedrick Shaw rushed for 143 yards and 3 touchdowns, defensive end Bill Ennis-Inge had 4 sacks, forced two fumbles, and fell on a loose ball. Iowa had it's first shutout since 1992.

Iowa dominated Wisconsin in every phase of the game enroute to a 31-0 victory. It was Iowa's first shutout since blanking Indiana (14-0) in 1992. In his final game at Kinnick Stadium, Ennis-Inge left his mark on the scoreboard as well as Wisconsin quarterback Mike Samuel. He recorded a career-best four quarterback sacks, forced two fumbles (which led to Iowa scores) and recovered a fumble. Iowa's defense held Wisconsin to 128 total yards, including only 26 net rushing yards. The Badgers crossed midfield only once all day against a fired-up Iowa defense. Coming into the game, the Badgers averaged 27 points and 222 yards rushing per contest. At halftime, Wisconsin had just two first downs (none for the game's first 25 minutes) and 35 total yards - four rushing. They were able to completely shut down the dominant Badger running back Ron Dayne all day long. Also playing his final game at Kinnick Stadium, Sedrick Shaw gave himself a brithday worth remembering by scoring on runs 29, 33, and eight yards. The three touchdowns tied Ronnie Harmon's career touchdown record of 32. Shaw finished with 143 yards on the ground. Matt Sherman had his best day of the year, completing his first 10 passes enroute to a 12-for-17 game and 99 yards. Iowa improved to 7-3 and tied for third in the conference to keep it's bowl hopes alive.

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12/29/1996
Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX)

#21 Iowa  vs  Texas Tech   Texas Tech

W    27 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In its first trip back to San Antonio since losing to California 37-3 in the inaugural 1993 Alamo Bowl, Iowa's defense put on a clinic in stopping the run, headed by sophomore linebackers Matt Hughes and Vernon Rollins, held Doak Walker Award winner and 2,000-yard rusher Byron Hanspard to 64 yards rushing on 18 attempts. Sedrick Shaw rushed for 113 yards on 20 carries to end his prolific career as the all-time leading rusher in Iowa Football history with 4,156 yards and 33 rushing touchdowns. In the process the Hawkeyes shut down Texas Tech for a dominating 27-0 win. The stickers were removed from the helmet in memory of Diane Mitchell, mother of linebacker Mark Mitchell, who died in a car accident on the trip down to Texas.

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2/20/1997

Iowa  vs  #18 Michigan   Michigan

W    80 - 75 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa used a 21-8 first half run to build a 44-29 halftime lead and made just enough free throws down the stretch to hold off a desperate Wolverines team. The score was closer than it actually was, as the Hawks led by double-digits most of the game. The bench play sparked the Hawks with 29 points, led by J.R. Koch with 14 points and 4 rebounds, including 2 early 3-pointers. Andre Woolridge scored a game-high 25 points to go with eight assists on the night, moving into eighth place all-time at Iowa.

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9/6/1997

#20 Iowa  vs  Northern Iowa   Northern Iowa

W    66 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

From the game's opening drive, Iowa went unchallenged on its way to a lopsided victory over Northern Iowa. On the first play from scrimmage, Iowa running back Tavian Banks broke free for a 63-yard touchdown run, setting the tone for Iowa's brutal offensive attack. The Hawkeyes tallied 66 points, the most points scored by an Iowa team since a 63-10 victory over Cincinnati in 1990. Iowa also totaled 658 yards total offense, tying the school's 5th best single game mark. Banks finished the game with 203 rushing yards, the seventh-best single game total in Iowa history, and ranking the Bettendorf native as number-one in rushing yards per game in NCAA Division I. Banks had a touchdown run of 40 yards to start the second quarter, and caught a six-yard pass from Matt Sherman in the third quarter for his third and final touchdown of the game. Kicker Zach Bromert connected on all eight of his PAT's extending his streak to 33 consecutive. Defensive back Tarig Holman intercepted two Northern Iowa passes, and linemen Steve English, Epenesa Epenesa, and Jon LaFleur each recorded two tackles for loss.

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9/20/1997

#13 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    63 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

For the second week in a row, Iowa running back Tavian Banks rambled for four touchdowns, including an 82-yard scoring run on the second play from scrimmage, paving the way for Iowa's 15th-consecutive win over intrastate rival Iowa State. Tim Dwight was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week following his spectacular performance of eight receptions for 187 yards and three touchdowns. Iowa quarterback Matt Sherman had one of his best games of the series, completing 12 of 17 attempts for 257 yards and three touchdowns. The Hawkeye defense was in top performance, holding Iowa State to minus 11 yards rushing and recording eight sacks against Cyclone quarterbacks. Defensive back Kerry Cooks had six tackles, recovered a fumble and returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown. Linebacker Matt Hughes finished the day with 11 tackles, and safety Eric Thigpen had 10, while defensive end Jeff Kramer had an interception and a fumble recovery.

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10/18/1997

#15 Iowa  @  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    24 - 28 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Playing their second straight game against a Top 10 team on the road, the Hawkeyes put together a very strong first half. On the final play before the break, Michigan punted to All-American Tim Dwight who took it 61 yards to the house for a 21-7 halftime lead. The Wolverines clamped down in the second half, outscoring Iowa 21-3. Michigan would go on to finish 12-0 and claim the AP National Championship.

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10/25/1997

#18 Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    62 - 0 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawkeyes scored 60+ points for the third time of the 1997 season. The win was highlighted by an electrifying 92-yard punt return for a TD by Tim Dwight. Dwight also caught a 29-yard touchdown from Randy Reiners, who was making his first start at QB, and threw a 64-yard touchdown pass to Damon Gibson. The defense did plenty as well. In addition to pitching a shutout, Matt Bowen and J.P. Lange each added long interception returns for touchdowns.

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11/8/1997

#12 Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    10 - 13 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Wisconsin breaks a long winless streak against Iowa, the first victory since 1976 (were 0-17-1), and the first former assistant coach to defeat Hayden Fry.

Wisconsin overcame the loss of injured star running back Ron Dayne early in the game, and scored all of its points in the 2nd quarter on a touchdown following a fumbled kickoff and 2 field goals.

The Badger defense held Iowa multiple times in scoring territory even after long runs and 2 interceptions. Iowa's only touchdown came late in the third quarter when Randy Reiners capped a five-play, 80-yard drive with a 19-yard scoring strike to Tim Dwight. Zach Bromert's 41-yard field goal with 8:01 left brought the Hawkeyes within three points, but was unable to capitalize on two short field goals later in the game.

QB Scott Mullen and Reiners combined to complete just 8-of-22 passes for 137 yards.

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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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11/29/1997

Iowa  vs  Long Island   Long Island

W    101 - 69 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The Hawks were impressed with LIU's previous 179-62 victory over a Division III team, along with last year's leading scorer in the nation, Charles Jones. Iowa's defense was too much in the end, holding the Blackbirds to just 31% shooting from the floor.

Ryan Bowen had his second double-double in three games, scoring 20 points and pulling down a career-best 19 rebounds. J.R. Koch connected on all eight of his shots to finish with 19 points.

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12/31/1997
Sun Bowl (El Paso, TX)

Iowa  vs  #16 Arizona State   Arizona State

L    7 - 17 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

An incredible defensive effort by Arizona State picked apart Iowa's ninth ranked offense. The Sun Devils dominated the running game, rushing for 268 net yards, while Iowa barely broke ground with only 19 total rushing yards. The Sun Devil defensive line also compiled six sacks for a total loss of 39 yards.

The powerful Iowa offense managed just one score, a 26-yard touchdown pass with only 49 seconds remaining in the game, when Randy Reiners found Ricchard Carter. The Sun Devil defense stopped the Hawkeyes on fourth down attempts on three consecutive series in the second half, including two times when the chains came out for measurement. RB Tavian Banks sparked the offense unit on Iowa's second possession, but ASU held the nation's fourth-best rusher to only 52 yards in the game. The Sun Devils recovered an Iowa fumble late in the first half and added a field goal for a 10-0 halftime advantage, after missing a short FG earlier in the game. QB Matt Sherman started the game in his return from a severe thumb injury, but struggled against the ASU defense, and rotated in with Reiners throughout the game. Jason Baker averaged 49 yards per punt with a long of 76 yards.

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2/18/1998

Iowa  vs  #5 Purdue   Purdue

W    88 - 69 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Iowa pounced early, taking leads of 15-2 and 22-6 in the first half and led by 26 points at halftime. They made seven 3-pointers in the first half (6 in the first 10 minutes), and shot 70.4% from the field. The Hawks also had good passing, ending with 25 assists.

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10/10/1998

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    26 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hayden Fry's final win of his coaching career came against the Northwestern Wildcats in Kinnick Stadium in 1998. Iowa scored on a safety and a 49-yard pass play to break a 17-17 tie. For the second straight season, a safety played a major role in the outcome, as Northwestern used a safety in 1997 in a 15-14 win. Iowa led 17-0 in the first half before Northwestern fought back to tie the game at 17 with 19 seconds remaining in the third quarter. Following a 57-yard punt by Jason Baker, the Hawkeye defense forced intentional grounding from the endzone to gain the safety. On its next possession Iowa scored on a 49-yard pass from Randy Reiners to Kevin Kasper to increase the margin to nine. Northwestern scored a final touchdown with 1:13 remaining, but couldn't recover the onside kick. Reiners completed 17 of 30 passes for 249 yards and two scores. RB Ladell Betts rushed 30 times for 112 yards and had nine receptions for 96 yards. The Iowa defense was led by LB Matt Hughes, who had 14 tackles. Freshman LB Aaron Kampman had nine stops and tackle Jared DeVries had eight tackles.

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11/14/1998

Iowa  vs  #7 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    14 - 45 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

In Hayden Fry's last home game as head coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes, his defense played well enough to keep the game within reach for the first half before succombing to OSU's star power down the stretch. The Hawkeyes forced three turnovers, but could get little going offensively. Kyle McCann came in for injured Scott Mullen and saw success early, but the Buckeyes solved the Hawkeye offense, blitzing McCann often and totalling 11 sacks. The tired Iowa defense couldn't get the stops in the second half against QB Joe Germaine, WR David Boston, and RB Joe Montgomery. Hayden Fry ended his Hawkeye career with a 3-8 record.

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12/8/1998

Iowa  @  #10 Kansas   Kansas

W    85 - 81 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The Hawks were down 9 points at halftime, down 18 points in the second half, and down 10 points most of the game. Iowa fought back with 8 of 11 shooting from 3-point range (led by 3 clutch makes by Kent McCausland) to snap Kansas' 62-game home winning streak at Allen Fieldhouse. Iowa turned it over 31 times (a record for an opponent at Allen Fieldhouse), and struggled from the free throw line late in the game, which made the victory even more unlikely.

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2/10/1999

#19 Iowa  vs  #22 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    76 - 73 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

The Hawkeyes escaped an intense game that came down to the wire. Leading by double-digits during the first half, Minnesota came back to take the lead late in the game.

Sam Okey left the game with a broken wrist, but J.R. Koch and Jacob Jaacks responded with strong play in the final six minutes, and a clutch 3-pointer by Kent McCausland help Iowa close out the game with a 19-11 run.

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2/27/1999

#19 Iowa  @  #20 Indiana   Indiana

L    81 - 88 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

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3/11/1999
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO)

#21 Iowa  vs  Alabama-Birmingham   Alabama-Birmingham

W    77 - 64 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

In the 1st round of the 1999 NCAA Tournament, #5 seed Iowa faced off with #12 seed University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The Hawks were hot from 3-point range, hitting 12 of 23 from 7 different players, and were 8 of 10 early in the game. At halftime, Iowa had already broken the school record for 3-pointers in an NCAA tournament game (12). The previous mark was nine, set in 1989 against Rutgers.

Dean Oliver battled the flu. He played only 8 minutes in the first half, but finished with 19 minutes, 15 points, six assists, two steals and two rebounds.

With the win, coach Tom Davis extended his 1st round tournament winning streak to 11-0.

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3/13/1999
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO)

#21 Iowa  vs  #17 Arkansas   Arkansas

W    82 - 72 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Dr. Tom Davis's last win as a Hawkeye basketball coach, and last Sweet Sixteen appearance in recent times. Iowa was a #5 seed, and Arkansas was a #4 seed. Arkansas jumped out to an early lead. Early in the second half, Iowa was down 47-34 and the game looked to be getting out of hand. Kent McCausland nailed 3 straight 3-pointers, and the Hawks went on a 16-0 run to take a 50-47 lead. He ended the half with 5 3-pointers and 17 points.

Dean Oliver also had 17 points and took over at the end of the game with great passing and scoring. Iowa forced 23 turnovers to offset the 24 turnovers it committed.

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3/18/1999
NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinals (US Airways Center, Phoeniz, AZ)

#21 Iowa  vs  #3 Connecticut   Connecticut

L    68 - 78 

Head Coach: Tom Davis

Tom Davis' final game ended in the Sweet Sixteen, as the Hawks fell to the top-seeded (and eventual national champion) UConn Huskies. The Hawks fell behind by 7 late in the first half. After the half, they took a one point lead early in the second half with their depth and inside strength. The game was tied at 53 with 10 minutes remaining, but the Huskies pulled away to win by 10, connecting on 14 of 16 free throws.

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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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9/18/1999

Iowa  vs  Northern Illinois   Northern Illinois

W    24 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

In Kirk Ferentz' first victory as Iowa coach, the Hawkeyes used a strong second half by the offense and a shutout performance by the defense in earning a 24-0 win over Northern Illinois. The Hawkeye defense held Northern Illinois to 107 rushing yards in the game. The Hawkeyes led 3-0 at halftime and used a 99-yard drive to increase the margin to 10-0 early in the fourth period. With the Huskies set to move within seven points on a 23-yard field goal attempt, the Hawkeye defense came up with the big play. DB Matt Bowen blocked the kick and LB LeVar Woods picked up the loose ball and rambled 87 yards to give Iowa a 17-0 advantage.

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11/11/1999
Coaches vs. Cancer Classic (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY)

Iowa  vs  #1 Connecticut   Connecticut

W    70 - 68 

Head Coach: Steve Alford

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11/13/1999

Iowa  @  #9 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    3 - 41 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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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10/7/2000

Iowa  vs  #25 Michigan State   Michigan State

W    21 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa drove 84 yards in 11 plays in the final quarter for the game-winning touchdown as the Hawkeyes celebrated Homecoming with a 21-16 win over 25th ranked Michigan State. Starting from its own 16 yardline following a blocked field goal attempt, Iowa scored the winning points on a 43-yard pass from Jon Beutjer to Kevin Kasper with 2:47 remaining.

After opening the game with a 75-yard scoring drive, the Iowa offense struggled until its final, game-winning drive. Trailing 16-7, the Hawkeyes got a big lift from the special teams when Khalil Hill answered a Michigan State touchdown with a 90-yard kickoff return, closing the gap to 16-14 late in the third period. Beutjer led the Iowa offense by completing 17-25 passes for 146 yards and 1 TD, while RB Ladell Betts rushed 24 times for 88 yards.

Michigan State RB T.J. Duckett made life hard on the Hawkeye defense, rumbling for 248 yards on 30 carries, while DE Aaron Kampman, who had 16 tackles, a pass interception and a blocked field goal, led the Hawkeye defense and was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. LB LeVar Woods had 10 tackles and an interception and DT Jerry Montgomery had nine tackles. Montgomery also blocked an MSU PAT and tipped the pass that was intercepted by Woods, following Iowa’s final touchdown.

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11/4/2000

Iowa  @  Penn State   Penn State

W    26 - 23 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The 1-8 Hawkeyes upset Penn State on the road in double overtime in this contest from 2000. This win was Kirk Ferentz's first road victory as the Iowa head coach.

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11/11/2000

Iowa  vs  #12 Northwestern   Northwestern

W    27 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa ended #18 Northwestern's quest for the Rose Bowl when they upset the Wildcats 27-17 in Kinnick Stadium.

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3/11/2001
Big Ten Tournament (United Center, Chicago, IL)

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    63 - 61 

Head Coach: Steve Alford

Iowa completes it's miraculous run to win the Big Ten tournament 63-61 over Indiana.

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9/1/2001

Iowa  vs  Kent State   Kent State

W    51 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The win was Iowa's first in a season opener under Ferentz. On offense, Ladell Betts ran for 99 yards, while fellow running back Aaron Greving scored three touchdowns. In total, Iowa ran for 331 yards, which compared favorably to the 113 yards for Kent State. Jeremy Allen and Fred Russell also contributed, with 73 and 46 rushing yards respectively. Allen also scored the first touchdown of his career during the game, on a 14-yard run during the first quarter. Defensively, the Hawkeyes held Kent State to 13 first downs and 203 total offensive yards. Iowa held the Golden Flashes to 90 yards passing; Kent State quarterback Jeff Valentino completed 3 of his 13 passes for 35 yards before being taken out of the game. Kyle McCann and Brad Banks threw for 165 and 71 yards respectively, while Dallas Clark led the Hawks in receiving, with five catches for 84 yards. The loss was Kent State's sixth straight, dating back to the previous season.

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9/8/2001

Iowa  vs  Miami (OH)   Miami (OH)

W    44 - 19 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa jumped to a 24-0 halftime advantage on the way to a 44-19 win. The Hawkeyes held the Redhawks to just 26 yards total offense in the first half and built the scoring advantage to 44-0 before Miami scored three times late in the game. Iowa held the ball for over 20 minutes in the first half while totaling 276 yards in the opening two quarters. QB Kyle McCann led the Iowa offense, completing 13-16 passes for 201 yards and four scores. TE Dallas Clark had scoring receptions of 18 and 32 yards, Kahlil Hill had a 52 yard TD catch and Jeremy Allen scored on a 15 yard pass. Hill led all receivers with six catches for 94 yards while Clark had 74 yards on four receptions. McCann, a senior, was named the Big Ten's Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts. His four touchdown passes were a career high for the Creston native. The Iowa defense came up with two interceptions and a fumble recovery while recording five quarterback sacks. Chris Smith returned an interception 33 yards for a score and DE Aaron Kampman had his second interception of the season. Derrick Pickins recorded seven tackles, including four tackles for loss and two sacks. Kampman recorded two sacks as well.

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9/29/2001

Iowa  vs  Penn State   Penn State

W    24 - 18 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa defeats Penn State 24-18 to start the 2001 season 3-0.

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10/20/2001

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    42 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Ladell Betts ran for 172 yards and a touchdown, and Kahlil Hill had 93 yards receiving and two touchdowns. The Hawkeyes snapped a three-game losing streak to Indiana, 42-28, before 68,295 fans at Kinnick Stadium. Antwaan Randle El continued to dominate the Hawks, but they kept him in check enough to minimize the damage.

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11/10/2001

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    59 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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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12/29/2001
Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX)

Iowa  vs  Texas Tech   Texas Tech

W    19 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa's Nate Kaeding kicked a 47-yard field goal with 44 seconds to play in the game and defensive back Bob Sanders intercepted a Texas Tech pass in the endzone on the final play as Iowa defeated the Red Raiders 19-16 in the 2001 Alamo Bowl. The crowd of 65,232 marked the second largest crowd in Alamo Bowl history. The Hawkeye drove 53 yards in eight plays for the final score of the game, which was the fourth field goal of the day for Kaeding, which tied an Iowa record with the four field goals, which came from 36, 31, 46 and 47 yards.

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8/31/2002

Iowa  vs  Akron   Akron

W    57 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa started the 2002 season with a bang, scoring a school record 37 first quarter points, en route to a 57-21 victory over Akron. Big plays got the Hawkeyes started early with Fred Russell scoring on a 44-yard run and linebacker Kevin Worthy returning an Akron fumble 72 yards for a touchdown to give Iowa a 14-0 lead in the first 3:34. The Hawkeyes racked up 593 yards of total offense, including 376 rushing yards. Defensively, Iowa forced three turnovers and held Akron to 67 yards on the ground.

The Hawkeyes had two running backs rush for over 100 yards and score two touchdowns apiece. Junior Fred Russell paced the Hawkeyes ground game with 170 yards on 14 carries and scores of 44 and 35 yards. Sophomore RB Jermelle Lewis ran for 123 yards on 19 carries and collected touchdown runs of one and two yards. Senior QB Brad Banks started his first game as a Hawkeye, and completed 5-8 passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns. Junior WR Maurice Brown was on the receiving end of both Banks scoring strikes of 56 and 36 yards. Brown finished the game with three receptions, 102 yards, and two touchdowns.

Iowa's defense was led by senior LB Fred Barr who collected 13 tackles. Senior FS Derek Pagel and junior SS Bob Sanders both had seven tackles, while Sanders also added one of Iowa's three sacks.

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9/7/2002

Iowa  @  Miami (OH)   Miami (OH)

W    29 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa had 444 yards of total offense, 256 of which came through the air. Defensively, Iowa recorded four sacks and an interception and held Miami to 14 rushing yards on 17 carries. Junior RB Fred Russell finished with 152 yards on 32 carries and a touchdown. Senior QB Brad Banks had his best game statistically; completing 18-27 passes for 256 yards and a score. Junior receiver Maurice Brown led the Hawkeye receiving with five passes for 115 yards. Miami (OH) QB Ben Roethlisberger attempted 51 passes against the defense. They were led by redshirt freshman DB Antwaan Allen who registered nine solo tackles, including one sack for a four yard loss. Junior SS Bob Sanders also added nine tackles (seven solo and two assists) while senior DB D.J. Johnson collected seven tackles (five solo and two assists).

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9/14/2002

Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

L    31 - 36 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Seneca Wallace passed for 361 yards, threw for a score and ran for another as Iowa State rallied to beat Iowa 36-31 Saturday night. Iowa State scored three touchdowns in the first 10 1/2 minutes of the second half, and added a safety to erase Iowa's 24-7 halftime lead and beat the Hawkeyes for the fifth straight time. Iowa lost three fumbles in the second half, all of them leading to Iowa State points, and also lost two key players. Fred Russell, who had rushed for 133 yards in 15 carries and scored on a 46-yard run, went out early in the second half with a bruised left shoulder. All-Big Ten safety Bob Sanders left later in the half with an undetermined foot injury.

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9/21/2002

Iowa  vs  Utah State   Utah State

W    48 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa recorded its largest margin of victory of the season when the Hawkeyes cruised to a 48-7 victory over Utah State. The Hawkeyes dominated the Aggies both offensively and defensively as Iowa totaled 518 yards of offense, 300 of which came on the ground, to Utah State's 244. Iowa scored touchdowns on offense, defense, and special teams en route to its third victory of the year.

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9/28/2002

Iowa  @  #12 Penn State   Penn State

W    42 - 35 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The 2002 Big Ten opener featured one of the wildest finishes ever at Beaver Stadium, as Penn State rallied from a 35-13 4th-qtr deficit by scoring 22 unanswered points in the final 9 minutes of regulation to force overtime, where the Hawkeyes eventually prevailed 42-35.

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10/12/2002

#17 Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    44 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After two close wins in the previous two weeks against Penn State and Purdue, Iowa destroyed Michigan State inside Kinnick Stadium.

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10/19/2002

#15 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    24 - 8 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter before Indiana's defense stymied the Hawkeyes' offensive attack for the game's middle two quarters. IU was able to move the ball, but Grant Steen had three interceptions to end IU's scoring threats, tying his career best. Iowa's Brad Banks connected with WR Maurice Brown for the game's final touchdown before the Hawkeyes surrendered a safety late.

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10/26/2002

#13 Iowa  @  #8 Michigan   Michigan

W    34 - 9 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/2/2002

#9 Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    20 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa continued its balanced play with a 20-3 victory over rival Wisconsin. The Hawkeyes out-gained the Badgers 405-215 en route to their sixth straight conference win. It marks the first time in school history that Iowa begins conference play with a perfect 6-0 record.

The Hawkeyes scored 17 unanswered points after Wisconsin tied the contest at three in the second quarter. With 1:03 left in the half, QB Brad Banks hooked up with WR Maurice Brown for a 21-yard touchdown to give Iowa a 10-3 lead at the break.

PK Nate Kaeding connected on a 30-yard field goal, followed by a Banks 23-yard touchdown pass to TE Dallas Clark, to finish the scoring in the third quarter.

Banks led the Iowa offense with 296 yards of total offense. He completed 17-30 passes for a career-high 275 yards and two touchdowns and no interceptions. He also rushed nine times for 21 yards.

WR Maurice Brown paced Iowa's receivers with six receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown. Brown had over 100 receiving yards for the fourth time. TE Dallas Clark caught five passes for 97 yards and a score. RB Jermelle Lewis led Iowa's ground attack with 81 yards on 25 attempts.

Defensively, LB Fred Barr and DB Derek Pagel each collected nine tackles to lead the Hawkeyes. Pagel also recorded his team-leading fourth interception and had a pass deflection. LB Kevin Worthy recorded seven tackles and DE Jonathan Babineaux collected one of Iowa's three sacks and finished with six tackles.

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11/9/2002

#6 Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    62 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa sent its seniors out in style as it defeated Northwestern 62-10, in their final game at Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes dominated the Wildcats offensively, defensively, and on special teams. Iowa had 465 yards of total offense, scoring touchdowns on eight of its first nine possessions. The defense held Northwestern to 298 yards total offense and collected three interceptions. Iowa's special teams tallied 144 yards in punt and kickoff returns, including one punt return for a score.

Iowa jumped out to a quick 14-point lead in the first five minutes after a seven-yard touchdown run by RB Jermelle Lewis and a 40-yard scoring pass from QB Brad Banks to WR Maurice Brown. Banks added touchdown runs of nine and 19 yards and also connected with Brown for a 65 yard score. The Hawkeyes led 35-10 at halftime en route to their 52-point win. The 62 points is the most points scored under Coach Ferentz.

All the points scored in the second half were by Iowa, beginning with Ed Hinkel's 58-yard punt return for a score. TE Dallas Clark caught a 28-yard pass, while WR C.J. Jones tallied a 22-yard touchdown reception from QB Nathan Chandler. RB Marcus Schnoor closed the scoring with a five-yard touchdown run.

Banks led Iowa, completing 10-10 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns. He also rushed five times for 54 yards and two touchdowns. Brown caught four passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half. RB Fred Russell rushed 17 times for 100 yards to lead Iowa's running backs as he surpassed 1000 yards for the season. Defensively, LB Fred Barr (13) and Jared Clauss (9) led the Hawkeyes in tackles. Senior FS Scott Boleyn collected his first and second career interceptions, while DE Jonathon Babineaux recorded Iowa's other theft. DE Matt Roth registered his team-leading eighth sack.

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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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1/2/2003
Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)

#3 Iowa  vs  #5 USC   USC

L    17 - 38 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

USC Trojans (Pac-10 co-champions), featuring Heisman winner Carson Palmer, beat #5 Iowa (Big Ten co-champions) with Heisman runner-up Brad Banks by the score of 38-17. The game opened up with a bang for the Hawkeyes, as C.J. Jones took the opening kickoff 100-yards for the touchdown. But as it turns out, it would be the only time until late in the fourth quarter that the Hawkeyes would see the endzone. Although the game was tied at halftime, USC blocked Iowa's last-second field goal, preventing a possible Iowa lead at the half. From there, Heisman winner Carson Palmer went to work. The senior quarterback threw for over 300 yards against the Big Ten's worst passing defense and led scoring drives of 79, 80, 99, 85 and 61 yards as the Trojans held a 16-minute advantage in time of possession. The USC defense was suffocating and Iowa's miscues were proof. The Hawkeyes had two turnovers, 13 penalties, and multiple missed opportunities.

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8/30/2003

Iowa  vs  Miami (OH)   Miami (OH)

W    21 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Miami went 13-1 in 2003, but their only loss was in the season opener to Iowa in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeye defense forced Ben Roethlisberger to throw four interceptions.

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9/6/2003

Iowa  vs  Buffalo   Buffalo

W    56 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Hawks blow out Buffalo 56-7

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9/13/2003

#23 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    40 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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Big plays on special teams and a strong defensive effort enabled the Hawkeyes to snap a five-game losing skid to in-state rival Iowa State in a 40-21 road victory.

After posting a field goal on its opening drive, LB Grant Steen recovered a first-quarter fumble that led to Iowa's first touchdown as QB Nathan Chandler hit Maurice Brown on a 17-yard pass play to give Iowa an early 10-0 lead. The score proved costly, though, as Brown was hurt on the play and missed five games. After a Cyclone score, Iowa put up 23 unanswered points in the second and third quarters to extend its lead to 33-7.

Iowa scored 10 points in the second quarter on a RB Fred Russell three-yard run and a Nate Kaeding 23-yard field goal before the Hawkeye special teams broke the game open in the third quarter.

Sean Considine blocked his first of two punts, which was recovered by Chris Smith in the end zone. Two drives later, Steen returned an interception 15 yards to the ISU four-yard line, which Iowa converted into a field goal. Iowa's defense stopped ISU on the next drive and Considine blocked another punt that led to three more points. RB Marcus Schnoor added a 33-yard scoring run to put an exclamation point on the Hawkeye victory.

Kaeding kicked four field goals and four PATs to set a single-game record with 16 kicking points. He also tied the school record (four) for field goals in a game. Additionally, he passed Rob Houghtlin to become Iowa's career scoring leader with 291 points. Kaeding's efforts landed him Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week honors.

Chandler completed 7-14 passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. Russell rushed for 75 yards on 26 carries, while Brown caught three passes for 52 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game with the ankle injury. Defensively, Iowa recorded 14 tackles for loss, including three sacks. Steen collected six tackles, intercepted one pass and recovered a fumble. Considine recorded six tackles, including one for loss, blocked two punts and had one pass break-up. LB Chad Greenway had a career-high 17 tackles, while LB Abdul Hodge registered a career-high 15 stops, including three for loss, one sack, and a forced fumble.

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9/20/2003

#18 Iowa  vs  #16 Arizona State   Arizona State

W    21 - 2 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/18/2003

#9 Iowa  @  #8 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    10 - 19 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Fred Russell gained 42 yards on 22 carries for Iowa, while Nate Chandler completed 14 of 27 passes for 153 yards with one interception. On a fake field goal, Nate Chandler pitched to Nate Kaeding who ran untouched for a touchdown on the second play of the fourth quarter.

The Buckeyes only had 185 yards of total offense, rushing for 56 yards on 42 attempts. They scored their two touchdowns on a blocked punt and a punt return.

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10/25/2003

#16 Iowa  vs  Penn State   Penn State

W    26 - 14 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/1/2003

#13 Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    41 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa started the game by scoring a touchdown on a season-long 18-play, 77-yard drive that consumed 9:06. QB Nathan Chandler found TE Tony Jackson in the back of the end zone for a one-yard touchdown pass. It was the only scoring in the first quarter.

Iowa added 10 points in the second quarter for a 17-0 halftime advantage. PK Nate Kaeding connected on a 23-yard field goal and RB Fred Russell scored on a two-yard run.

Iowa doubled its scoring output in the third quarter with 17 more points. Kaeding converted a 24-yard field goal, SS Bob Sanders returned a fumble three yards for a touchdown and Russell ran 14 yards for a score. Not only did Russell stretch the Hawkeyes' lead to 34-0 on his last rushing attempt of the game, but he eclipsed 1,000 yards for the season. Russell is only the third Hawkeye running back to top 1,000 yards in a season more than once.

Illinois scored the game's next 10 points in the fourth quarter before true freshman QB Drew Tate tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass, the first of his career, to WR Matt Melloy to complete the scoring.

Iowa totaled a season-high 505 yards of offense and out-rushed the Fighting Illini 244-59. Chandler completed 14-23 passes for a career-high 243 yards and one touchdown. Russell finished with 94 yards on 23 attempts. WR Calvin Davis collected career highs in receptions (5) and receiving yardage (109). LB Abdul Hodge, SS Bob Sanders and DE Matt Roth led the Hawkeyes on defense. Hodge posted a team-high nine tackles (7 solo) and recovered a fumble. Sanders collected three tackles (2 solo), had one pass break-up, forced a fumble and returned a fumble three yards for his first career touchdown. Roth forced a fumble and collected six tackles (4 solo). He matched a career-high with three sacks. Roth's efforts earned him his first Big Ten co-Defensive Player of the Week honors.

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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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11/22/2003

#17 Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    27 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

It took a 14 point comeback and a goalline stand in the game's final moments for #18 Iowa to get the win at Camp Randall vs Wisconsin in 2003.

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1/1/2004
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

#13 Iowa  vs  #17 Florida   Florida

W    37 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After falling behind 7-0 in the first quarter, Iowa scored 27 unanswered points en route to a 37-17 triumph over No. 17 Florida in the 2004 Outback Bowl. The victory was Iowa's first over the Gators and its first January bowl win since the 1959 Rose Bowl. WR Maurice Brown caught a three-yard touchdown pass from QB Nathan Chandler to even the game at 7-7 late in the first quarter. PK Nate Kaeding converted a 47-yard field goal to give Iowa the lead, and the Hawkeyes followed with a Chandler five-yard scoring run. A 32-yard Kaeding field goal gave Iowa a 20-7 halftime lead.

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10/16/2004

Iowa  vs  #25 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    33 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa pulls a rare blowout victory over #25 Ohio State

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10/23/2004

#25 Iowa  @  Penn State   Penn State

W    6 - 4 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa defeated Penn State 6-4 in this classic from 2004. The game was played just days after Kirk Ferentz's father died.

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11/6/2004

#20 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    23 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

#20 Iowa holds on to beat Purdue 23-21, after the Hawks jumped out to an early 17 point lead.

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11/24/2004
Maui Invitational Tournament (Lahaina Civic Center, Maui, HI)

Iowa  vs  #11 North Carolina   North Carolina

L    92 - 106 

Head Coach: Steve Alford

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1/1/2005
Capital One Bowl (Orlando, FL)

#11 Iowa  vs  #12 Louisiana State   Louisiana State

W    30 - 25 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

In a game that was originally thought to be a defensive matchup, the Hawkeyes took a 24-12 lead early in the fourth quarter. But behind freshman quarterback JaMarcus Russell, the Tigers stormed back, and took a one-point lead with 46 seconds remaining. However, LSU's comeback was all for naught, as Iowa's Drew Tate completed a 56-yard touchdown pass to Warren Holloway as time expired (famously called "the catch"), giving Iowa the 30-25 win and a 10-2 final record.

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9/24/2005

#21 Iowa  @  #8 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    6 - 31 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/22/2005

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    20 - 23 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The first-ever "Black-Out" event and overtime game at Kinnick Stadium saw Jerome Jackson's 1-yard touchdown run in a 23-20 overtime win, which snapped Iowa's 22-game home winning streak.

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11/12/2005

Iowa  @  #19 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    20 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa rallied back from a ten point deficit to defeat Wisconsin in Barry Alvarez's final game at Camp Randall Stadium.

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1/2/2006
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

#25 Iowa  vs  #16 Florida   Florida

L    24 - 31 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Florida scored the game's first 17 points and held off a late Iowa surge to defeat the Hawkeyes 31-24 in the 2006 Outback Bowl at Tampa, FL. The Gators blocked and returned an Iowa punt for a score on Iowa's first possession to take a 7-0 advantage. Iowa scored its first points on a 20-yard touchdown pass from QB Drew Tate to WR Clinton Solomon. Iowa rallied to score 17 fourth-quarter points to make for an exciting finish. Iowa's comeback fell short as the Hawkeyes failed to recover an onside kick. On the previous play, Iowa recovered the onside kick, only to be flagged for an incorrect offside penalty.

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3/12/2006
Big Ten Tournament (Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN)

#20 Iowa  vs  #7 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    67 - 60 

Head Coach: Steve Alford

Tied at 57, Iowa finally regained took the lead, and went on a 10-3 run to end the game and win the Big Ten Tournament. Jeff Horner had 16 points and 10 assists.

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9/30/2006

#13 Iowa  vs  #1 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    17 - 38 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/21/2006

Iowa  @  #2 Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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12/30/2006
Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX)

Iowa  vs  #18 Texas   Texas

L    24 - 26 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Texas outscored Iowa 23-10 in the final three quarters en route to a 26-24 Alamo Bowl victory over the Hawkeyes in front of a bowl-record 65,875 fans in the Alamodome. The game also marked the most watched bowl game ever on ESPN.

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9/15/2007

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

L    13 - 15 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Bret Culbertson kicked 5 field goals, including the game-winner with one second left to defeat Iowa 15-13. I can't find an Iowa version of the highlights. Full game video only goes midway through the 2nd quarter.

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10/13/2007

Iowa  vs  #18 Illinois   Illinois

W    10 - 6 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

#18 Illinois ended up going to the Rose Bowl, but they could not get past Iowa. Illinois had a long 83-yard TD called back for offsides late in the game, and also had a pass intercepted with 1 minute to go in the end zone to seal the victory for Iowa.

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10/27/2007

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    34 - 27 2OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

In a victory that appeared improbable at halftime down 17-3 with very little offense, Iowa scored 17 unanswered points in the second half sparked by a running game that found its groove with a pair of scores by Albert Young. His first touchdown was a 26-yard run untouched, to bring the Hawks back to 17-10. He finished with 179 yards on 34 carries. The second score tied it up at 17-17. Daniel Murray also had two FGs over 40 yards (43 and 47 yards). MSU converted a 4th-and-1 with 1 minute to go, and completed a 40-yard pass with 20 seconds left. Brett Swenson kicked a 29-yard FG with to send the game into OT.

MSU scored first in OT on a short TD run. Jake Christensen threw a 23-yard TD to Paul Chaney Jr. on 2nd-and-20 to tie up the game and send it to a second OT. Iowa scored on a short TD run by Jevon Pugh in their possession. Adrian Clayborn sacked Brian Hoyer on 3rd-and-6 for a loss of 7, and the defense held on 4th down for the win.

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11/17/2007

Iowa  vs  Western Michigan   Western Michigan

L    19 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

With one home game remaining against Western Michigan, Iowa held a three-game winning streak and a 6-5 overall record. But the Hawkeyes lost to the Broncos, 28-19, and gave up 489 yards in the process, ending any hopes for a bowl game. The Hawks gave up an early TD, then fumbled the ensuing kickoff. The Broncos kicked a FG to take an early 9-0 lead. Later in the half, WMU went for it on 4th down and converted with a TD pass. Western Michigan took a 19-0 second quarter lead. Iowa scored right before the half to cut the deficit to 19-6. One of two blocked FGs kept WMU from scoring right before halftime. Iowa scored a TD after half to make it 19-13. The Broncos scored again to make it 25-13. The Hawks got lucky with a dropped interception by the Broncos, and converted into a TD to make it 25-19. Iowa would get the ball back and was looking to tie the game, but QB Jake Christensen threw an interception with 5 minutes remaining. Iowa forced a fumble on the interception return, but could not recover. The Broncos kicked a FG to lead 28-19. Iowa drove down to the 10-yard line with 30 seconds left, but turned it over on downs. Christensen was 20-of-37 for 249 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions, and Albert Young rushed for 95 yards.

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11/1/2008

Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

L    24 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Illinois kicked a last-second FG by Matt Eller

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11/8/2008

Iowa  vs  #3 Penn State   Penn State

W    24 - 23 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa (5-4) ended unbeaten #3 Penn State's (9-0) hopes for a national title on a cold and windy afternoon in Kinnick Stadium with a last-second Daniel Murray field goal.

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11/15/2008

Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    22 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Shonn Greene had over two touchdowns and over 200 yards on the ground to help Iowa beat Purdue on Senior Day.

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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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1/1/2009
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

Iowa  vs  South Carolina   South Carolina

W    31 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa forced five South Carolina turnovers and scored the game's first 31 points en route to a convincing 31-10 victory at the 2009 Outback Bowl in Raymond James Stadium at Tampa, FL. Iowa finished the season winning six of its last seven games and pushed its all-time bowl record to 12-10-1. RB Shonn Greene was named the bowl's Most Valuable Player after rushing for 121 yards and three touchdowns on 29 carries. The 29 attempts, three rushing scores and 18 points are new Iowa bowl records. Greene finished his junior campaign with a school single-season record 20 rushing touchdowns and 1,850 rushing yards. Additionally, he rushed for over 100 yards in all 13 games, also an Iowa single-season record. QB Ricky Stanzi completed 13-19 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown. He completed a six-yard touchdown to WR Trey Stross on Iowa's opening drive. Iowa led 21-0 at halftime on two Greene one-yard runs and Stross' six-yard touchdown reception.

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9/5/2009

#22 Iowa  vs  Northern Iowa   Northern Iowa

W    17 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa blocks two field goals in the final moments of the game to defeat Northern Iowa.

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9/12/2009

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    35 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Tyler Sash and Brett Greenwood combine for five interceptions as Iowa wins at Iowa State 35-3. Freshman running back Brandon Wegher gained 101 yards on 15 carries and quarterback Ricky Stanzi completed 18 of 34 passes for 197 yards and four touchdowns.

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9/19/2009

Iowa  vs  Arizona   Arizona

W    27 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Freshman running back Adam Robinson rushed for a career-high 101 yards and two touchdowns, and Iowa held Arizona to just eight first downs, spoiling coach Mike Stoops's return to Kinnick Stadium, who played for the Hawkeyes in the early '80s. Arizona Defensive Coordinator Mark Stoops was also a former Iowa player.

Iowa went 75 yards on the opening drive, and Robinson's 2-yard TD leap put the Hawkeyes ahead 7-0. Arizona cornerback Terevin Wade intercepted Ricky Stanzi and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown midway through the first quarter. Stanzi ended with 20 for 32 passing and 205 yards.

The Wildcats took their only lead, 10-7, behind a breathtaking 58-yard run by Nic Grigsby midway through the second quarter down to the 1-yard line. The Hawkeye defense stuffed the Wildcats on the goal line to force a 20-yard field goal by Alex Zendejas midway through the second quarter.

Robinson went 43 yards on third-and-23, and followed with a 1-yard plunge that put the Hawkeyes back ahead with 6:28 left in the first half. The Wildcats then went for a fake field goal on the Iowa 23, but the Hawkeyes snuffed it out to preserve a 14-10 halftime lead. That's as close as Arizona would get the rest of the game.

Iowa's Daniel Murray hit a 20-yard field goal to put Iowa ahead 17-10 late in the third, and his 40-yarder following Tyler Sash's interception (his fourth interception in the past two games) made it 20-10 early in the fourth.

The Hawkeyes went on an 14 play, 74 yard, 8 1/2-minute drive that took up much of the quarter, and Brandon Wegher's 2-yard TD plunge put Iowa ahead 27-10 with 4:40 left.

Arizona brought in QB Nick Foles early in the fourth quarter. Foles finished 6 of 11 and threw a 10-yard TD pass to Juron Criner with 1:53 left, the first touchdown allowed by Iowa on defense since the season opener. The onside kick was nearly successful, but ultimately was recovered by Iowa.

Arizona was hurt offensively with the loss of third-team All-American tight end Rob Gronkowski, who did not travel and will be out for the season.

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10/3/2009

#13 Iowa  vs  Arkansas State   Arkansas State

W    24 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Ricky Stanzi threw 3 long touchdown passes in a close 24-21 win over Arkansas State to keep Iowa undefeated.

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10/10/2009

#12 Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

W    30 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The scoring began with Ricky Stanzi's third pick-six of the year, with cornerback Donovan Warren taking the intercepted pass 40 yards to give Michigan an early 7-0 lead. Iowa would respond, however, with Stanzi finding tight end Tony Moeaki for a touchdown to cap a nine-play, 57-yard drive. The Wolverines committed five turnovers to the Hawkeyes' one, the most crucial being an interception by Brett Greenwood with 46 seconds remaining in the game to seal Iowa's 10th consecutive victory, the second-longest winning streak in the nation behind Florida.

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10/17/2009

#11 Iowa  @  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    20 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/24/2009

#7 Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    15 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Ricky Stanzi throws a TD pass to Marvin McNutt with no time left to win the game against Michigan State.

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11/7/2009

#8 Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    10 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The #4 Hawkeyes had visions of Pasadena dancing in their heads. For the Wildcats, it looks like Kinnick Stadium trips of old as they quickly fell into a 10-0 hole. Things turned around completely when Northwestern sacked Ricky Stanzi in the end zone, breaking his leg, and causing a fumble for a touchdown. Iowa failed to score the rest of the game, and their undefeated season was over.

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11/14/2009

#15 Iowa  @  #10 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    24 - 27 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Devin Barclay kicked a 39-yard FG in overtime to give Ohio State a 27-24 victory over Iowa, and send the Buckeyes to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 13 years.

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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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1/5/2010
Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)

#10 Iowa  vs  #9 Georgia Tech   Georgia Tech

W    24 - 14 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa won the game 24-14, securing the Hawkeyes' first major bowl win since the 1959 Rose Bowl. The Iowa defense limited Georgia Tech to 155 yards total offense, including just 12 passing yards. The Yellow Jackets entered the game ranked second in the nation in rushing offense. Georgia Tech was held to just 32 net yards on 20 offensive plays in the first half and rushed for just 143 net yards in the contest. Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi, after missing the final two games of the regular season due to injury, completed his first eight pass attempts in leading the Hawkeyes to a 14-0 advantage in the first period. Stanzi connected with TE Tony Moeaki for a 54-yard gain to set up the first score of the game, a four-yard completion to WR Marvin McNutt.

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9/11/2010

#9 Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    35 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Highlights start around 11 minutes into the video. The 58th football meeting between Iowa and the Cyclones was essentially decided seven minutes in when Iowa receiver Marvin McNutt lunged into the end zone with a 9-yard scoring reception. Iowa rolled to 479 yards (275 in the air and 204 on the ground) and limited the Cyclones to 179 yards through three quarters.

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9/18/2010

#9 Iowa  @  #24 Arizona   Arizona

L    27 - 34 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

In the 2nd game against his alma mater, Arizona coach Mike Stoops got his first victory in an exciting game at night in Arizona. After allowing a punt block and an interception return for touchdown in the 1st quarter, the Wildcats fumbled deep in Iowa territory which would have put them up 21-0. Iowa moved down the field for a score to make it 14-7, but the ensuing kickoff was returned 100 yards for a touchdown. The #9 Hawkeyes found themselves down by 20 at halftime. Despite the sizable deficit on the road, Iowa mounted a comeback with a strong second half. Ricky Stanzi tossed a third quarter touchdown to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, and another in the fourth to Marvin McNutt (reversed to a TD on replay) to bring the Hawkeyes to within six at 27-21. Moments later, defensive end Broderick Binns snatched a Nick Foles pass out of the air and returned it 20 yards for the tying touchdown. The extra point was blocked, denying the Hawkeyes their first lead of the game. On the ensuing possession, Foles led the Wildcats on a 9-play, 72-yard drive capped with a 4-yard touchdown pass on third and goal with 4 minutes remaining. Stanzi was sacked three times on Iowa's next possession, effectively ending the game. Arizona would go on to start 7-1 before dropping their final five games of the season to finish 7-6. Full game video shows clips of first 10 minutes when Iowa gets down 14-0, then starts at 5 minutes remaining in the 1st quarter.

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10/2/2010

#17 Iowa  vs  #22 Penn State   Penn State

W    24 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa again dominates Penn State in the inaugural "Black and Gold Spirit Game."

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10/16/2010

#15 Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

W    38 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After twice holding a 21-point lead in Ann Arbor (28-7 end of 3rd quarter, 35-14 early in the 4th quarter), Iowa held on to win its Big Ten road opener, 38-28. Adam Robinson rushed for 143 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Derrell Johnson-Koulianos hauled in 3 touchdown receptions, and passed Tim Dwight as Iowa's career receiving yardage leader. After this win, the Hawkeyes had won 20 of 23 games dating back to the 2008 season.

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10/23/2010

#13 Iowa  vs  #10 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    30 - 31 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema, a former Iowa player and assistant coach, stunned his alma mater with a fake punt midway through the fourth quarter, and Montee Ball ran 8 yards for a touchdown with 1:06 left as the Badgers rallied to beat the Hawkeyes. Punter Brad Nortman ran 17 yards up the middle into wide-open field on fourth down from his own 26 with Wisconsin trailing 30-24. The Badgers converted another fourth down with 3:23 left and Ball capped an 80-yard drive with the game-winning score, barely breaking the goal line with an outstretched arm holding the ball.

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11/6/2010

#15 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    18 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/20/2010

#21 Iowa  vs  #8 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    17 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

With Iowa leading 17-13 late in the fourth quarter, Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor scrambled for 14 yards on 4th and 10. Four plays later, Dan Herron scored from a yard out giving Ohio State the lead for good. The loss was the Hawkeyes' third in five weeks where Iowa gave up the game-winning score inside the final two minutes of the game. Ricky Stanzi had 195 yards passing and a touchdown for the Hawkeyes, who've let up a go-ahead winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of each of their defeats. Marcus Coker rushed for 70 yards on 9 carries.

In July 2011, Ohio State vacated all of their 2010 victories in response to the NCAA infractions committed by five players, which Coach Jim Tressel had covered up at the time. This included their victory against the Hawkeyes.

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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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12/28/2010
Insight Bowl (Tempe, AZ)

Iowa  vs  #14 Missouri   Missouri

W    27 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa used record setting performances on both offense and defense to earn a 27-24 win over 12th-ranked Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. The win was the third straight bowl victory for the Hawkeyes and the fourth of the season (in eight games) against a nationally-ranked opponent. Freshman RB Marcus Coker was the key player for the Iowa offense, rushing 33 times for 219 yards and two touchdowns. Both the rushing attempts and yards established Iowa bowl records. Sophomore DB Micah Hyde scored the winning points with 5:32 remaining in the game on a 72-yard interception return for a touchdown. That set an Iowa bowl record and ranks as the eighth longest return in school history.

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9/17/2011

Iowa  vs  Pittsburgh   Pittsburgh

W    31 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa was trailing 24-3 to Pitt, but the Hawkeyes mounted the biggest comeback in school history to win the game. With all hope apparently lost, Iowa turned to James Vandenberg and asked the junior to start chucking it, and it worked. He threw three touchdown passes in the fourth quarter and Iowa rallied from a 17-point deficit with just over 12 minutes left. He threw for 399 yards (162 in the fourth quarter), completing the comeback with a 22-yard TD pass to Kevonte Martin-Manley (2nd TD in a row) with 2:51 left.

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11/19/2011

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    31 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa earned their first and only road win of the 2011 season with this victory at Ross-Ade Stadium.

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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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12/30/2011
Insight Bowl (Tempe, AZ)

Iowa  vs  #19 Oklahoma   Oklahoma

L    14 - 31 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa rallied in the second half, closing to within a touchdown with 6:56 remaining, but 14th-ranked Oklahoma (coached by former Hawk Bobby Stoops) controlled the ball over the final eight minutes in recording a 31-14 win at the 2011 Insight Bowl. Oklahoma built a 21-0 advantage before Iowa got its offense going in the second half. Iowa used a 16-play drive that consumed 7:50, scoring on a 5-yard pass from QB James Vandenberg to TE C.J. Fiedorowicz on the second play of the final quarter.

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3/18/2012
NIT Tournament (Matthew Knight Arena, Eugene, OR)

Iowa  @  Oregon   Oregon

L    97 - 108 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

The Ducks mounted a ferocious comeback, storming back from down 15 to up as much as 12 and finishing off Iowa in the second round of the NIT, 108-97, to advance to the quarterfinals. Devyn Marble scored a game-high 31 points. The sophomore guard had hit 15 threes all season but he came out hot on Sunday, hitting 7 of 8 attempts from long distance and helping Iowa build a first half lead.

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9/1/2012
Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)

Iowa  vs  Northern Illinois   Northern Illinois

W    18 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Damon Bullock ran for 150 yards and scored on a late 23-yard touchdown, and Iowa escaped Soldier Field with the win.

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10/13/2012

Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    19 - 16 2OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Mark Weisman rushed for 116 yards on 26 carries and scored a game-tying touchdown that sent the game to overtime. Kicker Mike Meyer connected on two field goals in overtime, and cornerback Greg Castillo picked off a tipped pass that sealed the victory for the Hawkeyes.

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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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8/31/2013

Iowa  vs  Northern Illinois   Northern Illinois

L    27 - 30 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

NIU kicker Mathew Sims hit a game-winning 36-yard field goal with four seconds left to pull the upset in Iowa City. The Huskies scored 10 points in the final 5:05 to record their first win over the Hawkeyes, after intercepting Iowa QB Jake Rudock with 1:17 left. Rudock threw for 256 yards, a touchdown, but had two picks in his debut for Iowa, which lost its seventh straight game dating back to last season.

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9/28/2013

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    23 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/19/2013

Iowa  @  #4 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    24 - 34 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes (4-3, 1-2) dominated offensively in the first half and led 21-14 behind the strong play of quarterback Jake Rudock. He hit on 19 of 34 passes for 245 yards and three scores covering 2 yards to C.J. Fidorowicz, 6 yards to Kevonte Martin-Manley and 85 yards to Jake Duzey.

But OSU running back Carlos Hyde tied it with the first rushing TD against Iowa this season on Ohio State's first drive of the third quarter, and the Buckeyes eventually took over to win it's 19th straight game.

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10/26/2013

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    17 - 10 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Sophomore Jake Rudock lofted an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz on the first offensive series in overtime, and the Hawkeye defense got the stop 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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1/1/2014
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

Iowa  vs  #14 Louisiana State   Louisiana State

L    14 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

No. 14 LSU scored 14-first-half points and ultimately held on to defeat Iowa, 21-14, at the 2014 Outback Bowl in Tampa. The Tigers drove 77 yards on the first possession of the game to grab a 7-0 advantage. In the second quarter, LSU capitalized on a Kevonte Martin-Manley fumbled punt at the 39-yard line, scoring seven plays later on a 14-yard rush to take a 14-0 halftime lead. John Lowdermilk provided a spark in the third quarter, intercepting QB Anthony Jennings and returning his first career theft 71 yards to the 1-yard line. The 71-yard interception return is the 12th-longest in school history. Three plays later RB Mark Weisman scored on a 2-yard rush to cut the deficit to 14-7. Midway through the fourth quarter, Iowa marched inside the LSU red zone, but a fourth down interception at the LSU 8-yard line thwarted a game-tying scoring drive. LSU scored its third touchdown on a Jeremy Hill 37-yard rush, his second score of the game, with 1:50 left to play. Iowa's Jordon Cotton returned the ensuing kickoff a career-long 96 yards to the LSU 4-yard line. The 96-yard kickoff return is the eighth-longest return in school history and longest non-touchdown kickoff return in Iowa annals. Two plays later, QB C.J. Beathard connected with Martin-Manley in the end zone for a 4-yard touchdown for the final score. QB Jake Rudock completed 9-of-22 passes for 102 yards before leaving in the third period due to injury. Beathard completed 4-of-7 passes for 55 yards and a score. Weisman rushed 18 times for 37 yards, while TE C.J. Fiedorowicz caught a game-high four passes for 46 yards. Cotton's 42.7 kickoff return average on three attempts broke the Outback Bowl record for kickoff return average. LB James Morris recorded eight tackles and reached 400 career tackles in his career -- becoming only the sixth Hawkeye to accomplish that feat.

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1/12/2014

#20 Iowa  @  #3 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    84 - 74 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Hawks go into Columbus and get a rare victory against the Buckeyes. It was the first top 5 upset win since 2001.

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9/13/2014

Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

L    17 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Cole Netten's 42-yard field goal with two seconds remaining sent Iowa State to a 20-17 victory. After trailing 14-3 at the half, the Cyclones outscored the Hawkeyes, 17-3, in the second half to rally for the victory. Iowa junior Jake Rudock completed 16-of-24 passes for 146 yards, while rushing for 39 yards and scoring a touchdown on 12 attempts.

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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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1/2/2015
TaxSlayer Bowl (Jacksonville, FL)

Iowa  vs  Tennessee   Tennessee

L    28 - 45 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Tennessee scored the game's first 28 point, and led 42-7 late in the game, en route to a 45-28 win over Iowa at the TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida. RB Mark Weisman rushed for two scores, while QB C.J. Beathard threw for two touchdowns to account for Iowa's scoring. Weisman scored on runs of three and one yard in the second and fourth quarters, respectively. The Hawkeye senior finished his career with 32 rushing touchdowns, one shy of the school record held by Sedrick Shaw and Tavian Banks. LB Josey Jewell led all players with a career-best 14 tackles and was named Iowa's TaxSlayer Bowl MVP. Jewell, a redshirt freshman, made his fourth career start. CB Desmond King recorded his second career interception in the third quarter (37-yard return).

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9/12/2015

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    31 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

It was an emotional week leading up to the game because former All-Big Ten Safety Tyler Sash and basketball legend Roy Marble died. The Hawkeyes honored Sash by wearing the number 9 (Sash's jersey number at Iowa) in place of the Tigerhawk on one side of their helmets. C.J. Beathard threw three touchdown passes to lead the Hawkeyes to victory. He also added two long runs and was named co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week.

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9/19/2015

Iowa  vs  Pittsburgh   Pittsburgh

W    27 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa's Marshall Koehn kicked a 57-yard field goal (the second-longest in University of Iowa football history and new stadium record) as time expired, to push Iowa past Pittsburgh 27-24.

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10/3/2015

Iowa  @  #19 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    10 - 6 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes capitalized on two second quarter miscues to take a 10-3 advantage into the locker room. Wisconsin tacked on a field goal in the 3rd quarter, making it 10-6. Midway through the 4th quarter, the Hawkeyes recovered a costly Wisconsin fumble on a 2nd and goal play from the Iowa 1-yard line. Cornerback Desmond King collected his second two-interception game of the season and was named co-Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week and Jim Thorpe Defensive Player of the Week.

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10/10/2015

#22 Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    29 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Senior running back Jordan Canzeri carried the ball 43 times (school record) for 256 yards (third-best in school history) and a touchdown. He also had a receiving touchdown, and earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors.

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10/17/2015

#17 Iowa  @  #20 Northwestern   Northwestern

W    40 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

#17 Iowa wins at #20 Northwestern 40-10 to stay undefeated. Despite entering the game very banged up, and losing RB Jordan Canzeri early in this one, Iowa dominated the Wildcats. Sophomore Akrum Wadley became the second Iowa running back to go over 200 yards in Big Ten play (in 2015). He finished with 204 yards and a school record-tying 4 rushing touchdowns, and was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week.

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11/7/2015

#10 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    35 - 27 

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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11/21/2015

#6 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    40 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes jumped ahead 20-0 early in the second quarter and, after Purdue closed to within 20-13, scored 20 of the game's final 27 points for the 40-20 triumph. The win on Senior Day secured Iowa's first unbeaten record at Kinnick Stadium since the 2004 season (6-0), and matched the 7-0 mark at home from the 2003 season.

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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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12/5/2015
Big Ten Championship Game

#4 Iowa  vs  #5 Michigan State   Michigan State

L    13 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa turned the ball over twice in the first half - a fumble leading to the Spartans first points and an interception in the end zone - but led 6-3. Trailing entering the 4th quarter for the first time all season, the Hawkeyes responded in a big way with an 85-yard touchdown pass from C.J. Beathard to Tevaun Smith that gave Iowa a 13-9 lead with 14:49 remaining. After exchanging punts, Michigan State marched 82 yards in 22 plays and took 9:04 off the clock. The game-winning score came on a 1-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left.

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12/10/2015

Iowa  @  #4 Iowa State   Iowa State

L    82 - 83 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Iowa State came back from being down 20 points to beat the Hawk and avoid the major upset. Jared Uthoff had 30 points at halftime, but only 2 in the second half. Iowa State's Monte Morris hits a game-winning shot with 9 seconds left to beat Iowa.

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1/1/2016
Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

#6 Iowa  vs  #5 Stanford   Stanford

L    16 - 45 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Christian McCaffrey caught a short pass and turned it into a 75-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. The Hawkeyes were unable to stop him, as he averaged 9.6 YPC (172 yards on 18 carries), returned a punt for a touchdown, and converted many third downs. Though he did not rush for any touchdowns from scrimmage, he proved to be the primary playmaker for Stanford, catching a third (4) of Kevin Hogan's passes. McCaffrey was such an offensive threat that Hogan was able to make large gains with the read option, including a wide-open first-quarter option TD run.

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9/10/2016

#16 Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    42 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Senior quarterback C.J. Beathard accounted for four touchdowns. The Hawkeyes' 39-point margin of victory is the largest in the series since 1997 during a 63-20 win in Ames. Iowa is 2-0 this season, and it has won 14 consecutive regular season games dating back to the 2015 season.

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9/17/2016

#13 Iowa  vs  North Dakota State   North Dakota State

L    21 - 23 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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9/24/2016

Iowa  @  Rutgers   Rutgers

W    14 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

CJ Beathard threw for 162 yards and a touchdown as Iowa went on the road and got a tough 14-7 win over Rutgers.

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10/1/2016

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    31 - 38 

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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10/22/2016

Iowa  vs  #10 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    9 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/12/2016

Iowa  vs  #2 Michigan   Michigan

W    14 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Freshman Keith Duncan kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired and Iowa stunned second-ranked Michigan 14-13 on Saturday night, damaging the Wolverines' playoff hopes.

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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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1/2/2017
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

#21 Iowa  vs  #20 Florida   Florida

L    3 - 30 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

No. 17 Florida scored the game's final 30 points in a 30-3 victory over Iowa at Raymond James Stadium in the 2017 Outback Bowl. It marked the third time in 11 years that Iowa faced Florida in the Outback Bowl. DB Desmond King appeared in his 53rd career game and made his 51st career start, both program records. King recorded an interception on Florida's second possession. It was King's 14th career interception, tying Damien Robinson for fourth all-time.

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9/2/2017

Iowa  vs  Wyoming   Wyoming

W    24 - 3 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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9/9/2017

Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    44 - 41 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

With only a minute left on the clock, Iowa went 89 yards to tie the game at 38 when Akrum Wadley caught Nate Stanley's 46-yard pass. Garret Owens put the Cyclones ahead in overtime after he kicked a 30-yard field goal, but Iowa ended the game in overtime after Stanley found Ihmir Smith-Marsette for a five-yard touchdown.

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9/16/2017

Iowa  vs  North Texas   North Texas

W    31 - 14 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/21/2017

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    10 - 17 OT 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/4/2017

Iowa  vs  #3 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    55 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/11/2017

#25 Iowa  @  #6 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    14 - 38 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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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12/4/2017

Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

L    64 - 77 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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12/27/2017
Pinstripe Bowl (Bronx, NY)

Iowa  vs  Boston College   Boston College

W    27 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa forced three turnovers and RB Akrum Wadley amassed a career-high 283 all-purpose yards in a 27-20 Iowa victory in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium. The win snapped Iowa's five-game bowl losing streak. Wadley, who was named Pinstripe Bowl MVP, totaled an Iowa bowl record 171 yards on five kickoff returns. The game was played in frigid temperatures, 23 degrees at kickoff with wind chills in the lower teens, and is the coldest Pinstripe Bowl on record. The Hawkeyes totaled 200 yards of offense, its lowest total in a bowl game win in program history. Wadley scored his 35th career touchdown, which tied Sedrick Shaw for second most in program history, on a 5-yard rush midway through the third quarter to even the score. Both teams traded field goals in the fourth quarter before the Iowa defense collected two turnovers in the final five minutes. All-American CB Josh Jackson helped seal the win by collecting his eighth interception of the season, tying a school single-season record, on Boston College's next possession.

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1/11/2018

Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

W    104 - 97 OT 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Jordan Bohannon had 29 points and five assists and Luka Garza had a double-double as Iowa rallied from 20 points down to pick up its first Big Ten win in a 104-97 OT victory at Illinois.

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2/28/2018
Big Ten Tournament (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY)

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    96 - 87 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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3/1/2018
Big Ten Tournament (Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY)

Iowa  vs  #15 Michigan   Michigan

L    71 - 77 OT 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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9/22/2018

Iowa  vs  #18 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

L    17 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Badgers QB Alex Hornibrook threw a 17-yard TD pass to A.J. Taylor with 57 seconds left to rally past the Hawks. Nate Stanley threw for 256 yards on 14 of 23 passing, but he was picked off on a deflected ball with 38 seconds left for a touchdown to ice the game. A pivotal play was in the 1st quarter, when Iowa drove to the Wisconsin 5-yard line, but a QB dive on 4th down and 1 was stopped. T.J. Hockenson had three catches for 125 yards.

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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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10/13/2018

Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    42 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Quarterback Nate Stanley threw for 6 touchdowns, and surpassed 400 yards of total offense for the fourth-straight game. The defense held Indiana to 67 yards rushing, and forced 2 interceptions.

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10/20/2018

#19 Iowa  vs  Maryland   Maryland

W    23 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/27/2018

#18 Iowa  @  #17 Penn State   Penn State

L    24 - 30 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa capitalized on non-offensive scoring, but Nate Stanley threw a late 4th quarter interception near the goal line during a communication mishap.

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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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12/3/2018

#18 Iowa  @  #10 Michigan State   Michigan State

L    68 - 90 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

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12/6/2018

#18 Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    98 - 84 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Dynamic performances from Tyler Cook and Isaiah Moss, and major contributions off the bench from Nicholas Baer and Connor McCaffery highlighted the 18th-ranked University of Iowa men's basketball team's 98-84 Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series victory over Iowa State. Cook finished with 26 points and 11 rebounds.

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1/1/2019
Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)

Iowa  vs  #18 Mississippi State   Mississippi State

W    27 - 22 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Safety Jake Gervase's interception in the end zone helped preserve a late lead, and a ball-hawking defense compensated for a sputtering offense as Iowa beat No. 18 Mississippi State 27-22 on Tuesday. Nate Stanley threw for 214 yards and 3 touchdowns (2 of them to Nick Easley, including a 75-yard touchdown). The defense came up with 3 turnovers, which helped Iowa score two touchdowns in 97 seconds for a 17-6 lead - especially impressive against a team that allowed only 12 TDs during the regular season.

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3/22/2019
NCAA Tournament First Round (Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH)

Iowa  vs  #23 Cincinnati   Cincinnati

W    79 - 72 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Joe Wieskamp scored 19 points as the Hawkeyes fought back from an early 13-point deficit for an opening round win.

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3/24/2019
NCAA Tournament Second Round (Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH)

Iowa  vs  Tennessee   Tennessee

L    77 - 83 OT 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Down by 25 points in the first half, Iowa came back to tie the game late in the game, and forced overtime. But they were unable to hold off the Vols and fell behind early in OT.

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9/14/2019

#18 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    18 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Nate Stanley ran for a score, and No. 19 Iowa made a big fourth-down stop late in the game, allowing the Hawkeyes to beat Iowa State 18-17 on Saturday night for their fifth straight win over the Cyclones. Keith Duncan kicked 4 FGs, despite almost 3 hours of weather delays.

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10/5/2019

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    3 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa's defense held tough after an early 10-0 deficit, but the offense was unable to generate enough points to pull out the victory. Iowa has 4 turnovers, including 3 interceptions thrown by Nate Stanley.

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10/19/2019

#23 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    26 - 20 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Hawks offense struggle again with 4 short field goals from Keith Duncan, and the defense held off the Purdue comeback. David Bell had 13 catches for the Boilermakers.

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10/26/2019

#20 Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    20 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawkeyes allowed just 202 yards, and earned its second shutout of the season and fourth since the beginning of last season.

Nate Stanley had 179 yards passing with a touchdown, Mekhi Sargent had a rushing touchdown and Tyler Goodson added 58 yards rushing on 11 carries.

Iowa took a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter on a 50-yard touchdown pass from Stanley to wide receiver Tyrone Tracy. Tracy caught the ball at about the 30-yard line over the middle, broke a tackle with a spin move and raced down the sideline into the end zone.

Keith Duncan hit a 40-yard field goal early in the second quarter for a 10-0 halftime lead. The Hawkeyes stretched the lead to 17-0 on a 1-yard run by Sargent with 5:23 left in the third. Duncan added a 28-yard field goal early in the fourth to close out the scoring.

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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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11/28/2019
Las Vegas Invitational Semifinals (Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, NV)

Iowa  vs  #12 Texas Tech   Texas Tech

W    72 - 61 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Hawks pull off an upset win over #12 Texas Tech. Jordan Bohannon had 20 points and six assists, Luka Garza added 17 points and 12 rebounds. Joe Wieskamp had 16 points and six rebounds for the Hawkeyes, and CJ Fredrick scored 10. His 3-pointer off a broken play as the shot clock expired put Iowa ahead 64-59 with 1:29 left. He followed that up with two free throws with 1:07 remaining to just about put it away.

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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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12/3/2019
ACC-Big Ten Challenge

Iowa  @  Syracuse   Syracuse

W    68 - 54 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

After a close first half, the Hawks defense was strong and blew them out in the 2nd half led by Luka Garza who scored 20 points, and Jordan Bohannon and Joe Wieskamp added 17 and 13, respectively.

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12/27/2019
San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)

#16 Iowa  vs  #22 USC   USC

W    49 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa's Ihmir Smith-Marsette scored on a 6-yard run, a 98-yard kickoff return and a 12-yard reception -- all in the second quarter -- to lead Iowa to a 49-24 rout of No. 22 USC. The Hawkeyes won their fourth straight game for their sixth 10-win season in coach Kirk Ferentz's 21 years. The Hawkeyes honored both Hayden Fry, the former coach who died Dec. 17 at age 90, and Bump Elliott, a former athletic director who died Dec. 7 at 94. Senior Nate Stanley became the fifth Iowa quarterback to start three bowl games. He won all three. Against USC, he was 18 of 27 for 213 yards with 2 touchdown passes. There was a moment of silence before the national anthem for Fry. Iowa also paid tribute to Fry by removing the Tigerhawk decals from its helmets. Fry introduced the logo during his 20-year tenure, which included trips to the Holiday Bowl in 1986, 1987 and 1991.

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10/24/2020

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

L    20 - 24 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The Hawks struggled to take advantage of Purdue's loss of star receiver Rondale Moore and head coach Jeff Brohm's COVID diagnosis. Iowa struggled to stop David Bell (13 passes, 3 TDs and 121 yards) and RB Zander Horvath (21 carries for 129 yards). They also had 100 yards in penalties.

Spencer Petras' first start at QB showed signs of promise, going 22/39 and 265 yards passing, and ran for one TD. Iowa was able to rush for almost 200 yards, but lost two costly fumbles deep in Purdue territory.

Iowa punter Tory Taylor excelled in his first game with 6 punts averaging 44.2 yards and a long of 52 yards, with two punts downed inside the 20. Keith Duncan added 2 FGs.

 

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10/31/2020

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    20 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

 

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11/7/2020

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    49 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa dominated in all three phases of the game to blowout the Spartans, taking a 35-0 lead at halftime. Iowa intercepted MSU three times, and Riley Moss returned one of them 54 yards for a touchdown. The Hawks rushed for 200 yards, led by Tyler Goodson with 113 yards (one run for 71 yards), and Mekhi Sargent added two rushing touchdowns. The Hawkeyes committed no turnovers. Charlie Jones returned a punt 54 yards for a touchdown. Spencer Petras was 15-of-27 passing for 167 yards and one touchdown pass to Brandon Smith.

 

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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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11/21/2020

Iowa  @  Penn State   Penn State

W    41 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa jumped out to an early lead with good rushing offense. Mekhi Sargent rushed for 101 yards and scored 2 TDs, and Tyler Goodson added 78 yards and a TD. The Iowa defense forced 4 turnovers (2 fumbles and 2 interceptions) which led to 24 points, and had 6 tackles for loss. Nick Neimann led the defense with 17 tackles. Penn State replaced QBs in the 3rd quarter down 31-7, and scored twice in 2 plays to cut the lead to 31-21. After a short FG by Keith Duncan, Dayvian Nixon intercepted a pass and returned it 71 yards for a touchdown with 2 minutes remaining. The win was the 100th Big Ten victory for Kirk Ferentz, and snapped a 6-game losing streak to Penn State.

 

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11/25/2020

#6 Iowa  vs  North Carolina Central   North Carolina Central

W    97 - 67 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza led the Hawks with 26 points in 24 mins, 11-14 FG and 10 rebounds. True freshman Keegan Murray made an impressive debut with 12 pts and 7 rebounds. Patrick McCaffery added 16 pts, and Joe Wieskamp scored 9 pts in 18 minutes. Every scholarship player scored.

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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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12/3/2020

#3 Iowa  vs  Western Illinois   Western Illinois

W    99 - 58 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Jack Nunge returned from his father's funeral earlier in the week to score a career-high 18 points. Luka Garza scored 30 of his 35 points in the first half, and the game was never in doubt.

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12/5/2020

Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

W    35 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

After trailing 14-0 early in the 2nd quarter, the Hawks responded with 35 unanswered points and the defense adjusted to shut down the Illini until a late-game TD.

Spencer Petras had his first multi-touchdown game with 3 TDs on 18-28 passes for 220 yards. Tyler Goodson led the way with 19 carries for 92 yards. Brandon Smith had five receptions for 58 yards. The Hawks have won seven in a row against the Illini and 12 out of 13 in the series.

 

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12/8/2020

#3 Iowa  vs  #16 North Carolina   North Carolina

W    93 - 80 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

The Hawks jumped to an early 16 point lead on early 3-pointers. The Tar Heels raced back in the second half to take the lead by 1, but Iowa quickly responded with a 14-0 run to take control the rest of the way. Iowa finished with 17 3-pointers.

Jordan Bohannon had 7 3-pointers and ended with 24 points and 6 assists. Joe Wieskamp had 19 points on 5 3-pointers and 9 rebounds. CJ Fredrick also hit 5 3-pointers and finished with 21 points.Luka Garza was limited offensively, but still added 16 points, 14 rebounds, 4 blocks and drew numerous fouls.

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12/11/2020

#3 Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    105 - 77 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

After getting in foul trouble in the first half, Luka Garza dominated the second half and ended with 34 points in just 17 minutes, including a perfect 10-10 from the field after halftime (5-5 on 3-pointers). He rattled off 21 straight team points, including 4 straight 3's. He scored the most points by a Division I player who played less than 20 minutes in a game over the past 25 seasons.

He overshadowed the play of Jack Nunge, who took over for Garza in the first half to give the Hawks a nice lead with 17 points and 10 rebounds.

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12/12/2020

#19 Iowa  vs  #25 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    28 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa RB Tyler Goodson rushed for 106 yards, including an 80-yard TD to seal the victory. Ihmir Smith-Marsette caught 7 passes for a career-high 140 yards and two touchdowns, but injured himself on the TD celebration. The Iowa defense was outstanding, limiting the Badgers to just 225 total yards, 56 on the ground, and big plays in critical situations.

Iowa was in control 21-7 in the 4th, but a botched punt gave Wisconsin the ball at the Iowa. Jack Campbell intercepted the ball in the end zone on 4th down, and Goodson ran for a TD on the ensuing drive.

It was the first victory for Iowa over Wisconsin at home since 2008. Iowa finished 2nd in the West Division with the win, their sixth in a row after starting 0-2. They also played all scheduled games without any cancellations, and had very few players miss games due to COVID-19.

 

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12/13/2020

#3 Iowa  vs  Northern Illinois   Northern Illinois

W    106 - 53 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza scored 23 points and 8 rebounds in 20 minutes of play, and Joe Wieskamp added 20 points in 19 minutes as Iowa dominated the Huskies. It was Fran McCaffery's 200th win in 11 seasons at Iowa.

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12/19/2020
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#3 Iowa  vs  #1 Gonzaga   Gonzaga

L    88 - 99 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Despite a string of recently cancelled games, Gonzaga showed why they were the #1 team and didn't seem sluggish in a convincing win over the Hawks. They pulled ahead by 20 points in the first half, and Iowa could never cut the lead below 10 the rest of the way. 3-point shooting was a factor, as the Hawks ended 4-22 while Gonzaga shot 13-26. They also struggled at the free throw line with 14-26 shooting.

Luka Garza scored 30 points and had 10 rebounds. Joe Wieskamp added 20 points and nine rebounds. Jordan Bohannon hit only 1-8 from the field, and was 0-5 on 3-pointers. Joe Touissant played well, adding 14 points off the bench.

Unfortunately, point guard Jalen Suggs was tough for Iowa to stop. He hit seven 3-pointers and had 27 points, and they were 14-26 from 3-point range on the day, including 10 in the first half to help built the large lead.

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12/22/2020

#4 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    70 - 55 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

In a low-scoring game, the Hawks continued to struggle against Purdue, but led most of the game by double-digits. Luka Garza scored 22 points and 7 rebounds. He broke a Big Ten record with 17 consecutive conference games scoring over 20 points in a row.

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12/25/2020

#4 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

L    95 - 102 OT 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Iowa got down by 12 points early, but rallied at the end of the first half to get the game close. Leading by 7 with 44 seconds left, Minnesota rallied to tie the game and send it into OT. The Gophers hit 5 3-pointers in the OT to pull the upset.

Luka Garza started slow with 5 points at half, but recovered with 32 points and 17 rebounds. CJ Fredrick added 23 points.

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12/29/2020

#10 Iowa  vs  #19 Northwestern   Northwestern

W    87 - 72 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Jordan Bohannon was back to his old shooting ways, going 6-9 from 3-point range and finishing with 24 points to help pull away in the second half. CJ Fredrick helped the Hawks in the first half by scoring 17 of his 19 points. Luka Garza added 18 points, but snapped his streak of 18 straight Big Ten games scoring at least 20 points.

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1/2/2021

#10 Iowa  @  #14 Rutgers   Rutgers

W    77 - 75 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza scored 15 of his 25 points in the second half, and had a season-high 9 blocked shots. Iowa also took advantage of Rutgers' abysmal 4 of 12 free-throw shooting. He surpassed Aaron White for second on Iowa's career scoring chart, while the win tied Fran McCaffery with Lute Olson for the second most Big Ten wins as an Iowa coach with 92. Keegan Murray had strong minutes off the bench with 14 points, blocked three shots, and had 9 rebounds.

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1/7/2021

#5 Iowa  @  Maryland   Maryland

W    89 - 67 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza scored 17 of his 24 points in the first half, and the Hawks roared back from an early 19-9 deficit with a 20-0 run to take control of the game. Jordan Bohannon kept the game out of reach in the second half with 18 points on 6-9 from 3-point range. Keegan Murray was a spark off the bench with 12 points, 2 blocks, 1 steal and multiple dunks. Connor McCaffery added 10 assists and hit two 3-pointers.

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1/10/2021

#5 Iowa  vs  #16 Minnesota   Minnesota

W    86 - 71 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

The Hawks held a lead most of the first half, but went cold to end with just a 2 point lead. To start the second half, they went on a 22-6 run to take a commanding lead. They held off another late Gopher run to get revenge for the loss earlier this season. Luka Garza finished with 33 points. Joe Wieskamp finished with 20 points, and surpassed 1,000 career points as a Hawkeye. Jordan Bohannon had a career-high 14 assists and added 19 points (5 3-pointers) and no turnovers.

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1/17/2021

#5 Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    96 - 73 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

In a rare nationally televised game on CBS, Northwestern was hot from 3-point range early in the game to keep it close, but the Hawks pulled away late to take a 12-point lead at half. The second half picked up where they left off, as Northwestern continued to struggle offensively, and the Hawks continued their hot-shooting streak, hitting nearly 60% from the field. Luka Garza showed his offensive diversity from inside and outside to finish with 17 points and 10 rebounds, but didn't play most of the second half. CJ Fredrick and Jordan Bohannon both had three 3-pointers and finished in double digits.

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1/21/2021

#4 Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

L    69 - 81 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Hawks started off like normal, leading by 6 at halftime. In the 2nd half, Indiana stepped up the defense and forced a prolonged scoring drought to pull an upset. Leading 53-44, they didn't make a field goal for 11 minutes and were outscored 23-3, and ended 5 of 23 from 3-point range. Jordan Bohannon ended 0-8 on 3-pointers. Luka Garza ended with a quiet 28 points and 12 rebounds, and was unable to help the Hawks get out of the slide. Joe Wieskamp started out strong in the first half with 15 points, but only had 1 point in the 2nd half.

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1/29/2021

#7 Iowa  @  #19 Illinois   Illinois

L    75 - 80 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

The teams traded leads 22 times during the game, but Illinois took command in the final two minutes when Iowa missed eight of their final 10 shots. With Iowa down by 3, Illinois missed the front end of a 1-1 free throw, but got the rebound and sank the next 2 free throws.

For the Illini, Ayo Dosunmu scored 25 points and Trent Frazier had 24 points, while Luka Garza and Joe Wieskamp each had 19 points for Iowa. The Hawks were without shooting guard CJ Fredrick, who is still nursing a leg injury from the Indiana game.

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2/2/2021

#8 Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    84 - 78 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza surpassed 2,000 career points at Iowa, and finished with 27 points. He is now 107 points behind all-time leading scorer Roy Marble. Iowa's bench had its best game of the season with 39 points and extended playing time. Jordan Bohannon closed the game with four consecutive free throws.

Iowa snapped a five-game losing streak to Michigan State

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2/4/2021

#8 Iowa  vs  #7 Ohio State   Ohio State

L    85 - 89 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

The game lived up to the hype, with 18 lead changes. Iowa led 61-50 with 14:29 to play, but rallied with a 17-5 run, and controlled the final four minutes with clutch 3-pointers. It was Iowa's third loss in four games, and likely ended their hopes of winning the Big Ten.

Jack Nunge and Jordan Bohannon each scored 18 points and hit four 3-pointers. Joe Wieskamp also hit four 3-pointers and ended with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Luka Garza scored 16 points, but went 2-for-8 in the second half.

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2/7/2021

#8 Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

L    65 - 67 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Indiana's Armaan Franklin hit a game-winning shot with 2 seconds left to complete the sweep of the Hawks. Both teams shot around 36% from the field, but Indiana had 13 more attempts, 9 of those from the difference in offensive rebounds. They got off to a good start, leading 17-4 early in the game, and were up 31-24 late in the half, but gave up 7 unanswered points to fall behind by two at halftime. They pulled ahead by 10 points in the second half, but the Hoosiers rallied to take the lead with 1 minute remaining. Jordan Bohannon hit a clutch 3-pointer to tie the game at 65 with 27 seconds remaining, but were unable to force overtime. Joe Wieskamp and Luka Garza both had 18 points. Garza only had 2 points at halftime, but scored 16 in the second half. Iowa has now lost 4 of the last 5 games.

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2/10/2021

#15 Iowa  vs  #25 Rutgers   Rutgers

W    79 - 66 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Joe Wieskamp scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and Luka Garza scored 22 points and 10 rebounds after a slow start in the first half. CJ Fredrick returned to the starting lineup after missing two of the last three games with a lower leg injury, but only played 17 minutes and had no points.

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2/13/2021

#15 Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    88 - 58 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Iowa had another good performance from Joe Wieskamp with 21 points, connecting on five 3-pointers for the second consecutive game. Jack Nunge came off the bench to add 18 points and 11 rebounds. Connor McCaffery added 16 points and nailed four 3-pointers.

Luka Garza only had eight points and eight rebounds, but didn’t have to play much in the blowout. It was the first time he was held below 10 points in a game since Thanksgiving 2019.

It was only the 2nd win at MSU since 1993 (previous win was in 2016), and the Spartans largest margin of defeat under Tom Izzo.

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2/18/2021

#11 Iowa  @  #21 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    77 - 62 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Joe Wieskamp had another great performance with 17 points (5-6 from 3-point range) and 8 rebounds. Luka Garza was back to his old ways with 30 points (4-6 from 3-point range) and 8 rebounds. Iowa jumped out to a double-digit lead (as much as 18 points). The Badgers cut the lead to 4 points late in the second half, but Wieskamp and Garza halted the comeback and put the game away. The defense also continued to improve, holding Wisconsin to 30% shooting from the field.

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2/21/2021

#11 Iowa  vs  Penn State   Penn State

W    74 - 68 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza scored 23 points and collected 11 rebounds to lead Iowa to a tough victory. He surpassed the late Roy Marble for all-time career points at Iowa (2,116).

CJ Fredrick felt good enough to play, and added 18 points with clutch shooting.

The Hawks led by as many as 13 points early in the game, but fell behind by 5 at halftime. They played much better on defense in the second half, holding Penn State scoreless for 6 minutes, and at one point missed 12 straight 3-pointers. They had 16 turnovers and missed 10 of 22 free-throw attempts to let the Nittany Lions stay in the game.

Jordan Bohannon is also close to the career assist record, needing just 3 more to pass Jeff Horner.

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2/25/2021

#9 Iowa  @  #3 Michigan   Michigan

L    57 - 79 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza struggled from the field, going 6-19 and scoring 16 points. The Hawks gave up 10 offensive rebounds leading to 9 points in the first half.

Jack Nunge and Connor McCaffery both left the game with injuries. Jordan Bohannon didn't get an assist for the first time this season, but added 13 points with 2 threes.

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2/28/2021

#9 Iowa  @  #4 Ohio State   Ohio State

W    73 - 57 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Jordan Bohannon had 5 assists, surpassing Jeff Horner on the all-time career assist list (612). Luka Garza led the Hawks with 24 points on 10-16 shooting, and grabbed 11 rebounds. Joe Wieskamp hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points. It was Iowa's first win at Columbus since 2014 and first win on the road with both teams in the top 10 team since the Hawks defeated North Carolina in 1989. It was also the first win over a top 10 team (1-3 on the season), making it the first signature win of the year.

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3/4/2021

#5 Iowa  vs  Nebraska   Nebraska

W    102 - 64 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Jordan Bohannon received his award for becoming Iowa's career assist leader before the game, then showed off his 3-point shooting skills with 8 threes (one short of the school record). He now has 352 career 3-pointers, in 2nd place in the Big Ten conference behind Ohio State's Jon Diebler (374). Iowa connected with 16 threes on the night. Patrick McCaffery scored a career high 19 points as a reserve, including 3 threes.

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3/7/2021

#5 Iowa  vs  #25 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    77 - 73 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

In the last home game for Luka Garza and Jordan Bohannon, the seniors helped lead the Hawks to a tough victory and secure a #3 seed and automatic bye in the Big Ten tournament next weekend.

Joe Wieskamp started the game on fire, scoring 12 points on 5-5 shooting. But he left the game with a turned ankle in the first half and did not return.

After taking a 9 point lead at halftime (leading by as many as 12 points), Wisconsin came back to take the lead in the second half. The game was tied at 60 with 4 minutes remaining. Wisconsin took a 3 point lead with 2 minutes to go. Bohannon hit two free throws to put Iowa up 70-69 with one minute remaining, and was fouled on a 3 point attempt, making all 3 to put Iowa up 74-71 with 34 seconds remaining.

Garza scored 21 points and grabbed 16 rebounds, and Bohannon added 16 points and 8 assists, including 3 threes. Keegan Murray added 13 points and three blocks off the bench, and had a critical 3-point play late in the game.

After the game, Gary Barta took to the court to announce that Garza's No. 55 will be retired when the season is over.

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3/12/2021
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#5 Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    62 - 57 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Iowa's defense held the Badgers to 25 second-half points and Jordan Bohannon hit 5 straight free throws to put the game away. Luka Garza scored 24 points and grabbed 9 rebounds and had 4 blocks. Joe Wieskamp scored 10 points and played most of the game on his injured ankle, and looks like he will be able to go the rest of the season. The Hawks won despite shooting only 2-20 from 3-point range (10%). Iowa also had 10 blocks on the night and forced 14 turnovers, while not turning over the ball the entire second half.

It was the 3rd win over Wisconsin this season, and the first appearance in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament for Fran McCaffery, and first time for Iowa since 2006 against Michigan State. Next game will be against #2 Illinois.

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3/13/2021
Big Ten Tournament (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN)

#5 Iowa  vs  #2 Illinois   Illinois

L    71 - 82 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Luka Garza scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Jordan Bohannon scored 20 points with 5 three pointers, but could not match the Illini intensity and speed.

Illinois' Kofi Cockburn was much improved, scoring 26 points. They scored lots of high percentage shots (layups and dunks) which overcame their poor 3-point shooting (3 of 15). All but 5 shots made were near the basket.

The Hawks were down by 8-14 points most of the game and it didn't seem like they could get any runs started. But despite the struggles, the game was as close as 5 points with 2:45 remaining.

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3/20/2021
NCAA Tournament 1st Round (Indiana Farmers Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN)

#5 Iowa  vs  Grand Canyon   Grand Canyon

W    86 - 74 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Iowa got off to an early lead, then held a double-digit lead most of the game. They were unable to pull away in the second half, but the game wasn't in doubt most of the game. Luka Garza didn't play much in the first half due to foul trouble, but still scored 24 points. The Iowa bench did well to maintain the lead, scoring 26 points, mostly in the first half.

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3/22/2021
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN)

#5 Iowa  vs  Oregon   Oregon

L    80 - 95 

Head Coach: Fran McCaffery

Hawks' dream season and #2 seed comes to a disappointing end against the Pac-10 regular season champion. Luka Garza had 36 points to lead the Hawks, and Joe Wieskamp scored 17 points.

Iowa fell behind by 10 points in the first half, when Oregon went on a 18-4 run, and Iowa was never able to get much closer the rest of the game.

Since the 1987 Elite Eight team, Iowa has only won one game to advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the last 12 attempts (1999 was the only exception). It hasn't been to the Final Four since 1980, and hasn't won a Big Ten regular season championship since 1979.

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Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

269

142

2

65.38%

Hawkeye Recap - Summary of Iowa football and basketball games