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1982-1983 Iowa Football Year in Review
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After a slow start, Hayden’s 1982 Hawkeyes won eight of their last 10 games, finished third in the Big Ten (after being picked for seventh) and beat Tennessee in the Peach Bowl. Iowa finished the season 8-4 (6-2 Big Ten). Reggie Roby was named an All-American Punter by leading the nation with a 48.1-yard average.

Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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PlayersBill Bailey, Bill Broghamer, Bill Happel, Bob Stoops, Brett Miller, Charlie Humphreys, Chuck Long, Clay Uhlenhake, Cornelius Robertson, Craig Hartman, Dave Browne, Dave Chambers, Dave Moritz, Dave Strobel, Devon Mitchell, Doug Burrell, Eddie Phillips, Eddie Sullivan, Eddie Sullivan, Fred Bush, George Little, George Millett, Glenn Buggs, Glenn Buggs, Gregg Hammann, Hap Peterson, J.C. Love Jordan, James Erb, Jay Bachman, Jay Norvell, Joe Levelis, Joel Hilgenberg, John Alt, John Carroll, Jon Roehlk, Jonathan Hayes, Keith Hunter, Kelly O'Brien, Kevin Spitzig, Kirk Banks, Larry Station, Lon Olejniczak, Loren Gerleman, Mark Bortz, Marty Ball, Mike Haight, Mike Hooks, Mike Hufford, Mike Stoops, Mike Yacullo, Nate Creer, Norm Granger, Owen Gill, Paul Hufford, Reggie Roby, Ron Hawley, Ronnie Harmon, Scott Helverson, Straun Joseph, Tim Hanna, Tim Sennott, Tom Grogan, Tom Humphrey, Tom Nichol, Tony Wancket, Vince Campbell, Zane Corbin
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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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11/20/1982

Iowa  @  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    24 - 18 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

The Hawks had a bowl bid on the line, and jumped out to a 24-3 halftime lead, led by 3 TDs by Owen Gill. But the Spartans came back to score 15 points and cut the deficit to 6 points by shutting out the Hawks. MSU had the ball with 1 minute remaining, but Bobby Stoops intercepted a pass with 30 seconds remaining to secure the win. During the game, Ron Hawley ran into the goal posts and knocked over one of the posts. The posts had been replaced earlier in the week from metal to wood in anticipation of fans storming the field.

The defense held the Spartans to 2 yards on 29 carries. The Hawks accepted the invitation to the Peach Bowl after the game.


11/13/1982

Iowa  vs  Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    28 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


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11/6/1982

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

L    7 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


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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10/23/1982

Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    21 - 16 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


10/16/1982

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 29 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


10/9/1982

Iowa  @  Indiana   Indiana

W    24 - 20 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa uses some stingy goal line defense to defeat Lee Corso's Indiana Hosiers in this wild game from 1982

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10/2/1982

Iowa  vs  Northwestern   Northwestern

W    45 - 7 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


9/25/1982

Iowa  @  Arizona   Arizona

W    17 - 14 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Hawks traveled to Arizona and righted their season after an 0-2 start. Chuck Long's first touchdown pass for Iowa was a 9-yard pass to J.C. Love Jordan to tie the game in the 2nd quarter. He later added a 14-yard TD pass to Dave Moritz, and Tom Nichol added a 20-yard FG with 2 minutes left in the game.


9/18/1982

Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

L    7 - 19 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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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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Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

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