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 2021-2022 Football Record: 3 - 0 (9 games remaining)

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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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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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11/23/2013

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

W    24 - 21 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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#6 - vs.  Oklahoma (1987) Basketball
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11/17/2012

Iowa  @  #23 Michigan   Michigan

L    17 - 42 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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11/5/2011

Iowa  vs  #13 Michigan   Michigan

W    24 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Michigan was unable to score a touchdown from the three-yard line at the end of the game to pull off the upset win. Iowa scored first with a four-yard touchdown run by Marcus Coker. In the second quarter, Iowa's Brad Herman caught a one-yard pass from James Vandenberg for a touchdown. Iowa's Mike Meyer then kicked a 42-yard field goal to add to the Hawkeyes' lead. Iowa then scored its only points of the second half when Marcus Coker scored his second touchdown of the day, this time with a 13-yard rush.

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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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10/10/2009

#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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10/21/2006

Iowa  @  #2 Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 20 

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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9/25/2004

Iowa  @  #18 Michigan   Michigan

L    17 - 30 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


10/4/2003

#23 Iowa  vs  #9 Michigan   Michigan

W    30 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The #19 Hawkeyes rallied from a 14 point deficit to defeat the #11 Wolverines 30-27 inside Kinnick Stadium. It was Iowa's first win versus Michigan in Iowa City since 1985.

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10/26/2002

#13 Iowa  @  #8 Michigan   Michigan

W    34 - 9 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/27/2001

Iowa  vs  #8 Michigan   Michigan

L    26 - 32 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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10/3/1998

Iowa  vs  #25 Michigan   Michigan

L    9 - 12 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Michigan QB Tom Brady snuck out of Iowa City with a win over the struggling Hawkeyes, but it was a close game the whole way. This was Hayden Fry's last game against Michigan, and finished with a record of 4-11-1 as Iowa coach. Michigan scored five points in the final nine minutes to defeat Iowa 12-9 in Iowa City. After allowing a Michigan touchdown on the opening drive of the game, the Hawkeye defense held the Wolverines scoreless until a 22-yard field goal with 8:19 to play gave Michigan a 10-9 advantage. The Wolverines added a safety in the final minute. Iowa came up with five Michigan turnovers, but could come up with only three field goals. Tim Douglas connected from 49 yards while Zach Bromert added 29 and 28-yard kicks to give Iowa a 9-7 halftime advantage. Michigan gained 293 yards in total offense, while Iowa could manage just 159 yards. Iowa LB Matt Hughes was in on 13 tackles, while DB Tarig Holman had 10 stops, two pass interceptions and a forced fumble. Iowa QB Kyle McCann led the offense, completing nine of 16 passes for 93 yards. It was Michigan's sixth straight win over Iowa.

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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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10/1/1994

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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10/2/1993

Iowa  @  #8 Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 24 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/3/1992

Iowa  @  #4 Michigan   Michigan

L    28 - 52 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Iowa couldn't stop Michigan's powerful offense, led by Tyrone Wheatley, who rushed for a career-high 224 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries. The Wolverines scored a touchdown on their first 3 possessions, and were up 31-0 in the 2nd quarter. The officials didn't give Iowa many breaks either, but it probably would not have changed the outcome. The Hawks fought back, but it was too little too late, and they suffered quite a few injuries.

QB Jim Hartlieb was harrassed by the Wolverines all day, and finished with 25 completions in 39 attempts for 308 yards and three touchdowns, but had 3 interceptions.

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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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10/20/1990

#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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10/21/1989

Iowa  vs  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    12 - 26 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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10/15/1988

Iowa  vs  #15 Michigan   Michigan

T    17 - 17 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

Michigan fumbled on the 1-yard line in the final minute, and Iowa held on to the tie against the favored Wolverines.

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10/17/1987

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    10 - 37 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry

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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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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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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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10/22/1983

#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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10/16/1982

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 29 

Head Coach: Hayden Fry


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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11/4/1978

Iowa  vs  #8 Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 34 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


10/29/1977

Iowa  @  #6 Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 23 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


9/14/1974

Iowa  @  #6 Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 24 

Head Coach: Bob Commings


9/15/1973

Iowa  vs  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 31 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur


11/11/1972

Iowa  vs  #4 Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 31 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur


11/6/1971

Iowa  @  #3 Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 63 

Head Coach: Frank Lauterbur



11/14/1970

Iowa  @  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 55 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


11/15/1969

Iowa  vs  #14 Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 51 

Head Coach: Ray Nagel


11/14/1964

Iowa  vs  #6 Michigan   Michigan

L    20 - 34 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/16/1963

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

T    21 - 21 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/17/1962

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

W    28 - 14 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns

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11/18/1961

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    14 - 23 

Head Coach: Jerry Burns


11/1/1958

#2 Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

W    37 - 14 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

Iowa buried the Wolverines to end a 34-game losing streak to Michigan (last win in 1924). Michigan was in the midst of its worst season in twenty-two years when undefeated Iowa came to town on November 1. Michigan Stadium was only two-thirds full that day, and the Hawkeyes blew out the uninspired Wolverines. All-Big Ten halfback Willie Fleming opened the scoring, running 72 yards for a touchdown on a punt return on the final play of the first quarter. Halfback Ray Jauch, who led the nation in yards per carry in 1958, ran 74 yards for a touchdown early in the second quarter to put Iowa up 14-0. Michigan also scored a touchdown in the second quarter, but Iowa led by eight points at halftime. Michigan scored another touchdown and completed a two-point conversion to tie the game early in the third quarter. Iowa responded with twenty-three unanswered points to win the game 37-14. Bob Jeter had touchdown runs of 3 yards in the third quarter and 27 yards in the fourth quarter, the latter of which was followed by a two-point conversion pass from John Nocera to Curt Merz. Fleming also ran 61 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, which was followed by a two-point conversion pass from Randy Duncan to Merz. The victory was Michigan alumnus Forest Evashevski's first in six attempts. Iowa remained No. 2 in the November 3 AP Poll and No. 1 in the November 4 UPI Poll. Clips from highlights run from 17:34-18:40.

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11/2/1957

#3 Iowa  @  #12 Michigan   Michigan

T    21 - 21 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski


11/3/1956

#7 Iowa  vs  #17 Michigan   Michigan

L    14 - 17 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

The loss was the only one of the year for Iowa. Iowa had not beaten Michigan since 1924. Michigan took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on a field goal by Ron Kramer. Iowa then scored two touchdowns and led, 14-3, at halftime. One of the Iowa touchdowns was set up when Michigan's quarterback was sacked and fumbled with Alex Karras recovering the ball for Iowa. Michigan's third-string halfback, Mike Shatusky, scored two touchdowns in the second half, a three-yard run in the third quarter and a two-yard plunge with one minute and six seconds remaining in the game.

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10/29/1955

Iowa  @  #3 Michigan   Michigan

L    21 - 33 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski


10/9/1954

#4 Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

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10/10/1953

Iowa  @  #5 Michigan   Michigan

L    13 - 14 

Head Coach: Forest Evashevski

Hawks play the Wolverines tough on the road despite two touchdowns from Earl Smith. Clips in highlights from 3:45-4:30

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10/20/1951

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 21 

Head Coach: Leonard Raffensperger

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10/5/1946

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 14 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


11/28/1942

Iowa  @  #9 Michigan   Michigan

L    14 - 28 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

Michigan's offense piled up 19 first downs to Iowa's 9. They jumped out to an early lead, then added two fourth quarter touchdowns to put the game away.

One bright spot was a 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Dick Hoerner.


10/4/1941

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 6 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson


10/14/1939

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 27 

Head Coach: Eddie Anderson

An early Kinnick touchdown pass was not enough for the Hawks, as Michigan scored the last 27 points of the game. Turnovers and special teams woes doomed the Hawkeyes to their only defeat of the season. Kinnick fumbled a Michigan punt, which set up Michigan's game tying score. An Iowa drive to the Michigan 12-yard line was halted when Tom Harmon intercepted a Kinnick pass attempt for Prasse in end zone. Kinnick's only blocked punt of the season gave Michigan position for a third touchdown. Harmon sealed the game for Michigan when he snatched Kinnick's pass for the end zone and returned it 90 yards for the Wolverines' fourth touchdown.


10/23/1937

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 7 

Head Coach: Irl Tubbs


11/11/1933

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    6 - 10 

Head Coach: Ossie Solem


11/23/1929

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

T    0 - 0 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/24/1928

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    7 - 10 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/22/1924

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

W    9 - 2 

Head Coach: Burton Ingwersen


11/3/1923

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    3 - 9 

Head Coach: Howard Jones


11/8/1902

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 107 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe

The Wolverines improved their record to 8-0 with a 107-0 win over Iowa. Michigan scored 17 touchdowns in the game, and its point total was the largest score ever registered against a Big Ten Conference team.


11/28/1901
Chicago, IL

Iowa  vs  Michigan   Michigan

L    0 - 50 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe


11/10/1900
Detroit, MI

Iowa  @  Michigan   Michigan

W    28 - 5 

Head Coach: Alden Knipe

Michigan was the 1898 Western Conference champions. The game drew 5,000 persons at Bennett Park, the largest crowd to watch a football game in Detroit to that time. In the hours before the game began, large numbers of Michigan fans arrived in Detroit and paraded through the city streets behind their band, wearing ribbons, blowing horns, and singing songs. However, the large and boisterous Michigan crowd had no impact on Iowa.

The Wolverines had sent scouts to watch the Iowa-Chicago game and prepare for Michigan's first ever meeting with Iowa. Coach Alden Knipe had the Hawkeye players gather at Lake St. Clair outside Detroit. Knipe taught his Hawkeye team 75 new plays in one week. He completely changed his offense, which had been one of power inside running, to exploit Iowa's speed advantage running outside the tackles. The Hawkeyes led 28–0 before Michigan managed a field goal to prevent the shutout, the first points scored on Iowa in 1900. But the Hawkeyes dominated the Wolverines and won, 28–5.

Michigan's student newspaper described the Iowa attack as follows: "Iowa has developed team work that is little short of wonderful. Their tandem plays and shell-like formations sent the man with the ball for an almost sure gain in every scrimmage." Everett Sweeley accounted for Michigan's only points on a field goal from place kick (field goals were worth five points under 1900 rules) from the thirty-five yard line just before the end of the second half. The game was played in 35-minute halves.


Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

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