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2005-2006 Iowa Football Year in Review
<< 2004-20052006-2007 >>

Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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PlayersAbdul Hodge, Adam Shada, Albert Young, Alex Kanellis, Alex Willcox, Andy Brodell, Andy Fenstermaker, Antwan Allen, Bradley Fletcher, Brandon Myers, Bret Chinander, Brian Ferentz, Bryan Mattison, Bryan Ryther, Calvin Davis, Chad Geary, Chad Greenway, Charles Godfrey, Clint Huntrods, Clinton Solomon, Cy Phillips, Dace Richardson, Damian Sims, Daniel Olszta, Devan Moylan, Drew Tate, Ed Hinkel, Edmond Miles, Eric McCollom, Ettore Ewen, Gavin McGrath, George Eshareturi, Jason Manson, Jovon Johnson, Kenny Iwebema, Kyle Schlicher, Marcus Paschal, Marcus Wilson, Marques Simmons, Marshal Yanda, Matt Kroul, Matt Melloy, Mike Elgin, Mike Humpal, Mike Humpal, Mike Klinkenborg, Mitch King, Richie Williams, Sam Brownlee, Scott Chandler, Seth Olsen, Shonn Greene, Tom Busch, Tony Moeaki, Trey Stross
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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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11/19/2005

Iowa  vs  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    52 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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

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11/12/2005

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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TOP 10 FAVORITE GAMES


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

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TOP 10 HATED GAMES


#1 - vs.  Nevada-Las Vegas (1987) Basketball
#2 - vs.  UCLA (1986) Football
#3 - vs.  UC-Riverside (1988) Basketball
#4 - vs.  Wichita State (1981) Basketball
#5 - vs.  Louisville (1980) Basketball
#6 - vs.  Jacksonville (1970) Basketball
#7 - vs.  North Dakota State (2016) Football
#8 - vs.  San Francisco (1956) Basketball
#9 - vs.  Stanford (2016) Football
#10 - vs.  Lawrence Tech (1949) Basketball

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11/5/2005

Iowa  @  Northwestern   Northwestern

L    27 - 28 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


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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10/15/2005

Iowa  vs  Indiana   Indiana

W    38 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/8/2005

Iowa  @  Purdue   Purdue

W    34 - 17 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Hawks rack up 535 yards of offense to defeat Boilers

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10/1/2005

Iowa  vs  Illinois   Illinois

W    35 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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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9/17/2005

#22 Iowa  vs  Northern Iowa   Northern Iowa

W    45 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa scored on five of its first six first half possessions en route to a 45-21 victory over Northern Iowa in Kinnick Stadium. The win was the Hawkeyes' 20th straight home win, which ties a school record.

The Hawkeyes scored the first 21 points on RB Albert Young touchdown runs and a CB Jovon Johnson interception return for a score. Young posted scoring runs of 10 and one yard in the first quarter, while Johnson returned his 15th career pick 18 yards for a touchdown.

Northern Iowa scored a touchdown to trim Iowa's lead to 21-7, but the Hawkeyes scored the next 17 points. PK Kyle Schilcher connected on a 23-yard field goal and WR Clinton Solomon caught touchdown passes of 11 and 71 yards from QB Drew Tate to stretch Iowa's lead 38-7.

The Panthers added two fourth quarter touchdowns, before Iowa RB Damian Sims scampered for a 39 yard touchdown with 30 seconds left to give the Hawkeyes a 45-21 victory. The touchdown was the first of Sims' career.

Tate completed 15-18 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns. The 247 yards moved him over 3,000 career yards passing into seventh on Iowa's career passing chart. He also rushed three times for 33 yards. Young led the Hawkeye ground attack, recording 13 carries for 97 yards and two scores. Solomon posted four catches for 114 yards and two toucdowns, while WR Ed Hinkel contributed five receptions for 42 yards.

Iowa's linebacking duo of Chad Greenway and Abdul Hodge spearheaded the Iowa defense. Greenway collected a game and career-high 20 tackles (12 solo), including one for loss and one pass break-up to earn Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors for the third time in his career. Hodge recorded 12 stops (6 solo) and recovered his sixth career fumble.

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9/10/2005

#8 Iowa  @  Iowa State   Iowa State

L    3 - 23 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa State knocked off #8 Iowa, 23-3. The Cyclone defense forced five turnovers, and Stevie Hicks rushed for 118 yards. The 20-point win was ISU's largest in the series since 1978, and Iowa didn't score a touchdown against its in-state rival for the first time since 1978.

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9/3/2005

#11 Iowa  vs  Ball State   Ball State

W    56 - 0 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Iowa cruised to a 56-0 win over Ball State for its fifth-consecutive season opening victory. The shutout was the Hawkeyes' first since blanking Kent State (51-0) in the 2001 season opener.

The Hawkeyes scored points on seven of their first eight first half possessions, with all seven scoring drives resulting in touchdowns. RB Marcus Schnoor scored on a one-yard run to open the scoring, followed by a RB Albert Young two-yard plunge.

Jovon Johnson tallied Iowa's third score on a 90-yard punt return. The return came following a Ball State quick kick by Ball State QB Joey Lynch from shotgun formation on fourth down. The punt return is the fourth longest in school history and third longest in Kinnick Stadium.

QB Drew Tate connected with WR Clinton Soloman for a seven yard touchdown to give the Hawkeyes a 28-0 advantage at the end of the first quarter.

Iowa scored three more times in the second quarter on a 33-yard reception by WR Herb Grigsby and a pair of RB Sam Brownlee runs (11 yards and one yard). After a scoreless third quarter, RB Shonn Greene became the eight Hawkeye to score a point on a six yard run in the fourth quarter.

Hawkeye quarterbacks combined for 19-20 passing for 200 yards and two touchdowns. Tate completed 9-10 passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns, Jason Manson completed 9-9 passes for 92 yards and Cy Phillips completed his only attempt for nine yards.

Greene led all rushers, carrying the ball 18 times for 116 yards, while Young gained 61 yards on just five carries. Moeaki led all Iowa receivers with three receptions for 28 yards.

Iowa's defense recovered one fumble and collected seven tackles for loss, including three sacks. DB Devan Moylan recorded a team-best six tackles (4 solo) and DE Bryan Mattison had five tackles.

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Total Wins

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Total Ties

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