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IOWA GAME HISTORY

 2022-2023 Football Record: 3 - 1 (8 games remaining)

 2021-2022 Basketball Record: 26 - 10

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2004-2005 Iowa Football Year in Review
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Big Ten Co-ChampionsBig Ten Co-Champions

The Hawkeyes began the season 2-0 with wins over Kent State and Iowa State. But after rocky performances at Arizona State and Michigan, the Hawkeyes sat at 2-2 going into their game with Michigan State. The Hawkeyes handily defeated the Spartans 38-16, and turned their attention to Ohio State, a team whom the Hawkeyes had not beaten at home since 1983. Behind a strong defensive performance that allowed only 177 yards, the Hawkeyes easily defeated the Buckeyes by 26 points, the largest margin of victory over Ohio State in Iowa history. However, tragedy struck soon thereafter, when head coach Kirk Ferentz's father died. In the emotional game that ensued, the Hawkeyes narrowly defeated Penn State 6-4 on two Kyle Schlicher field goals. The Hawkeyes then raised their record to 8-2 with victories over Illinois, Purdue, and Minnesota. With a share of the Big Ten championship on the line, the Hawkeyes met Wisconsin in the final regular season game of the year. Iowa won the game, completing its second consecutive unbeaten season at home, and thousands of Hawkeye fans swarmed the field in celebration. Several weeks following the victory, Iowa accepted a bid to play the LSU Tigers in the 2005 Capital One Bowl, where they won 30-25 on a dramatic last second touchdown.

Conference: Big Ten

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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PlayersAaron Mickens, Abdul Hodge, Adam Shada, Adolphus Shelton, Albert Young, Alex Willcox, Andy Brodell, Andy Fenstermaker, Anton Narinskiy, Antwan Allen, Austin Postler, Bradley Fletcher, Brandon Myers, Bret Chinander, Brian Ferentz, Bryan Mattison, Bryan Ryther, Calvin Davis, Chad Greenway, Charles Godfrey, Chigozie Ejiasi, Clint Huntrods, Clinton Solomon, Cy Phillips, Damian Sims, David Bradley, David Walker, Derreck Robinson, Devan Moylan, Drew Tate, Ed Hinkel, Edmond Miles, Eric McCollom, Ettore Ewen, Gavin McGrath, George Eshareturi, George Lewis, Harold Dalton, Herb Grigsby, Jared Oberland, Jason Manson, Jermelle Lewis, Jonathan Babineaux, Jordan McLaughlin, Jovon Johnson, Kennon Christian, Kenny Iwebema, Kevin Sherlock, Kyle Schlicher, Marcus Paschal, Marcus Schnoor, Marques Simmons, Matt Kroul, Matt Melloy, Matt Roth, Michael Sabers, Miguel Merrick, Mike Elgin, Mike Follett, Mike Humpal, Mike Jones, Mike Klinkenborg, Mitch King, Pete McMahon, Richie Williams, Ryan Majerus, Sam Brownlee, Scott Chandler, Sean Considine, Seth Olsen, Tom Busch, Tony Jackson, Warren Holloway, Wesley Aeschliman, Zach Gabelmann
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1/1/2005
Capital One Bowl

#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, ...more

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11/20/2004

#17 Iowa  vs  #9 Wisconsin   Wisconsin

W    30 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

When #9 Wisconsin and #17 Iowa took the field in 2004, the Big Ten Championship was on the line. The Hawkeyes defeated the Badgers to earn Kirk Ferentz his second Big Ten title as the Iowa head coach....more

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11/13/2004

#19 Iowa  @  Minnesota   Minnesota

W    29 - 27 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Kyle Schlicher kicked a school record 5 FGs and Drew Tate threw 2 long TDs to help lead the Hawks over the Gophers....more


TOP 10 FAVORITE GAMES


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

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TOP 10 HATED GAMES


#1 - vs.  UCLA (1986) Football
#2 - vs.  Nevada-Las Vegas (1987) Basketball
#3 - vs.  North Dakota State (2016) Football
#4 - vs.  Stanford (2016) Football
#5 - vs.  Michigan State (2015) Football
#6 - vs.  Ohio State (2013) Football
#7 - vs.  Ohio State (2010) Football
#8 - vs.  Wisconsin (2010) Football
#9 - vs.  Ohio State (2009) Football
#10 - vs.  Michigan (1902) Football

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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....more

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10/30/2004

#23 Iowa  @  Illinois   Illinois

W    23 - 13 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

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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....more

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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. Sophomore QB Drew Tate completed a career-high 26-of-39 for 331 yards and three touchdowns and 24 rushing yards despite being sacked twice. He al...more

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10/2/2004

Iowa  vs  Michigan State   Michigan State

W    38 - 16 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


9/25/2004

Iowa  @  #18 Michigan   Michigan

L    17 - 30 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz


9/18/2004

#16 Iowa  @  Arizona State   Arizona State

L    7 - 44 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

The kickoff was delayed 45 minutes by lightning, but that didn't have any impact on the Sun Devils or the revenge they were seeking from last year's loss. ASU QB Andrew Walter went 31-for-43 for 428 y...more

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9/11/2004

#16 Iowa  vs  Iowa State   Iowa State

W    17 - 10 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Highlights start about 9 minutes into the video Ed Hinkel made a diving catch into the endzone to snag a 29-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Tate, and that was all it took for Iowa to pull o...more

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9/4/2004

#19 Iowa  vs  Kent State   Kent State

W    39 - 7 

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Chad Greenway intercepted two passes, recorded a team-high 10 tackles, and blocked a punt. QB Drew Tate started his first college game, completing 13-of-22 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns to M...more

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Total Wins

Total Losses

Total Ties

Win %

10

2

0

83.33%

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