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2002-2003 Iowa Football Year in Review
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Big Ten Co-ChampionsBig Ten Co-Champions

Iowa finished the regular-season with an 11-1 record, and were unbeaten in Big Ten Conference games at 8-0. The one loss came to rival Iowa State. With all the regular season success, which included a Co-Big Ten championship, the Hawkeyes could do little right in the 2003 Orange Bowl and lost 38-17 to the USC Trojans.

Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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PlayersAbdul Hodge, Andy Lightfoot, Antwan Allen, Bob Sanders, Brad Banks, Bret Chinander, Brian Ferentz, Bruce Nelson, C.J. Jones, Calvin Davis, Chad Greenway, Chigozie Ejiasi, Clinton Solomon, Colin Cole, Cy Phillips, Dallas Clark, David Bradley, David Porter, Derek Pagel, Derreck Robinson, Ed Hinkel, Edgar Cervantes, Eric Steinbach, Erik Chinander, Erik Jensen, Fred Barr, Fred Russell, Grant Steen, Jared Reiner, Jason Manson, Jermelle Lewis, John Morscheiser, Jonathan Babineaux, Jory Helms, Jovon Johnson, Kyle Schlicher, Marcus Paschal, Matt Melloy, Matt Roth, Miguel Merrick, Mike Elgin, Nate Kaeding, Nathan Chandler, Pete McMahon, Ramon Ochoa, Richie Williams, Robert Gallery, Ryan Majerus, Sean Considine, Tony Jackson, Warren Holloway
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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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11/16/2002

#6 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    45 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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

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11/9/2002

#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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11/2/2002

#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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10/26/2002

#13 Iowa  @  #8 Michigan   Michigan

W    34 - 9 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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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10/12/2002

#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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10/5/2002

#24 Iowa  vs  Purdue   Purdue

W    31 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

QB Brad Banks engineered an 87-yard scoring drive with 2:16 remaining and no timeouts, capped by a 7-yard TD pass to Dallas Clark on fourth-and-goal. Iowa needed two special teams touchdowns and a 95-yard TD pass from Banks to Clark just to have a chance win at the end. Purdue, led by backup quarterback Brandon Kirsch, rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to take a 28-24 lead with just under six minutes remaining. Iowa scored first on a 51-yard field goal by Nate Kaeding, who has now made 14 consecutive field goals this season.

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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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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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9/14/2002

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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9/7/2002

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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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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Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

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2

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84.62%

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