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3/1/2016

#16 Iowa  vs  #12 Indiana

L    78 - 81 

Iowa was unable to pull the upset over the Big Ten champions

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12/20/2008

Iowa  @  Drake

L    43 - 60 


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12/14/2007

Iowa  vs  Drake

L    51 - 56 


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12/16/2006

Iowa  @  Drake

L    59 - 75 


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11/21/2005
Guardians Classic Tournament (Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO)

#18 Iowa  vs  #8 Kentucky

W    67 - 63 

#8 Kentucky turned the ball over three times in the final two minutes, and repeatedly missed point blank opportunities at the rim down the stretch, as Iowa's toughness reigned. The Hawks were led by Greg Brunner, scoring 17 points and grabbing 12 rebounds, and got 15 points from Mike Henderson to advance to the finals of the Guardians Classic.

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3/21/2003
NIT Tournament (Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA)

Iowa  @  Iowa State

W    54 - 53 


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12/15/2001

#15 Iowa  @  #2 Missouri

W    83 - 65 


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11/21/2001
Kemper Arena (Kansas City, MO)

#9 Iowa  vs  #5 Missouri

L    77 - 78 


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9/9/2000

Iowa  vs  Western Michigan

L    21 - 27 


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2/3/2000

Iowa  vs  #15 Kansas

W    77 - 69 


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11/21/1998

Iowa  @  Minnesota

L    7 - 49 

It turned out to be a sad ending for the season and a 20-year stay at Iowa for Coach Hayden Fry. The legendary Hawkeye coach announced his retirement three days following this 49-7 loss to the Gophers at the HHH Metrodome. The Gophers scored 21 second quarter points in a span of 6:24 and 21 more in the third quarter in just 7:25. It was Minnesota's biggest league victory since 1949. The Hawkeyes, in losing their fifth straight, finished the season with a 3-8 record. Minnesota's offense piled up 501 yards while the defense kept Iowa out of the endzone until Robbie Crockett's one-yard run with 45 seconds left to play. The Gophers grabbed four interceptions and allowed Iowa only 221 yards of total offense. Minnesota's Tom Hamner led all rushers with 148 yards. Quarterback Bill Cockerham ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more. Jeff Kramer (11 tackles) and Matt Bowen (10) led Iowa's defensive effort.

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10/24/1998

Iowa  vs  #9 Wisconsin

L    0 - 31 

Wisconsin's defense was dominant as the Badgers took a 31-0 win in Kinnick Stadium. It was Iowa's first loss to Wisconsin in Iowa City since 1974. The Hawkeyes defense played well over the first two quarters before the Badgers scored 21 points in the second half. Iowa had just two first downs in the opening half and for the game had only 138 yards of total offense. Field position played a major part in the contest, as Iowa's average field position was its own 17-yard line, while Wisconsin's average starting point was the Iowa 46. Wisconsin's six scoring drives averaged 37.8 yards. Ladell Betts rushed for 50 yards to lead Iowa's ground game, while freshman QB Kyle McCann, in his first action in three weeks, completed six of nine passes. Freshman WR Kahlil Hill led Iowa receivers with five catches for 68 yards. Senior DB Eric Thigpen led the Iowa defense with 20 tackles, including 11 solos. LB Matt Hughes had 14 tackles and DT Jared DeVries and DB Tarig Holman each had 10. DeVries had three of Iowa's four QB sacks.

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11/15/1997

#22 Iowa  @  Northwestern

L    14 - 15 

Tavian Banks had 30 carries for 169 yards and two touchdowns for Iowa, which again was without injured quarterback Matt Sherman. Banks raced 46 yards for a score to give Iowa the lead less than six minutes into the contest, and gave the lead back to the Hawkeyes with a one-yard TD run with 1:41 left in the first half. It was his 19th score of the season and 17th on the ground, both school records. Tim Dwight was limited to 32 yards on two catches and was limited to one punt return for 13 yards as Northwestern repeatedly kicked away from him.

Iowa did not help itself by missing two field goals, throwing an interception and failing on a 4th-and-3 from the Wildcats 27 within its last six possessions. The Hawkeyes were 0-for-4 on field goals. Chad Johnson missed a 50-yarder and Zach Bromert a 43-yarder in the second quarter. Bromert missed a 33-yarder in the third quarter and Johnson was way short and right on a 47-yard attempt with 2:57 to play. They also had a bad snap during a punt resulting in a safety. Randy Reiners was 4-of-10 for just 71 yards and an interception.


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10/4/1997

#11 Iowa  @  #7 Ohio State

L    7 - 23 

The Buckeyes stifled the Hawkeyes in every phase of the game. They held Tavian Banks to 84 yards on 22 carries, 125 yards beneath his average, and only four rushing first downs. Iowa began the day with averages of 55 points and 568 yards a game, was held to one touchdown and 308 yards. Iowa's only points came on Matt Sherman's 4-yard pass to Austin Wheatley. He completed 18 of 37 passes for 189 yards and one interception.

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3/15/1997
NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Jon M. Huntsman Center, Salt Lake City, UT)

Iowa  vs  #5 Kentucky

L    69 - 75 

Andre Woolridge tried to beat Kentucky by himself by scoring 29 points and adding 5 assists, but they fell short of pulling the upset. Kentucky would go on and finish as the national runner-ups.

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11/9/1996

#23 Iowa  vs  #18 Northwestern

L    13 - 40 

What started out auspiciously for No. 23-ranked Iowa ended in disaster as Northwestern all-American Darnell Autry riddled the Iowa defense for a career-high 240 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the 18th-ranked Wildcats' coasted to a 40-13 win. It was Northwestern's first win at Kinnick Stadium since 1971. Iowa held Autry and the powerful Northwestern offense in check through the first quarter, but the Wildcats opened a 10-0 margin on a 23-yard touchdown pass from wideout D'Wayne Bates to tight end Darren Drexler early in the second. Iowa countered with an 80-yard drive of its own capped by Tim Dwight's 29-yard touchdown reception from Matt Sherman. Autry scored both Wildcat touchdowns in the third quarter, first on a nine-yard run and then on a 15-yard pass just before the beginning of the fourth. He added a 41-yard touchdown run at the beginning of the fourth quarter and finished Northwestern's scoring with an 18-yard run. Dwight, who finished with a career-high 188 receiving yards, set up Tavian Banks' 10-yard scoring pass from Sherman with catches of 49 and 38 yards. Vernon Rollins had his best game of the season defensively with 12 stops.

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9/21/1996

#19 Iowa  @  Tulsa

L    20 - 27 

Iowa's first road trip wasn't what the doctor ordered as Tulsa was able to delight the home crowd with a 27-20 upset. Sedrick Shaw, who didn't start for the first time in 28 games, rumbled in from eight yards out to put Iowa in front. Tulsa answered with 10 straight points. Iowa started the second quarter the way it began the game as the Hawkeyes marched down the field on the strength of a 50-yard run by Shaw. Tim Dwight gave Iowa its second lead with his four-yard reception from Matt Sherman. The Tulsa passing game came to life in the second half as John Fitzgerald hit Damon Savage on back-to-back strikes of 59 and 13 yards. Reggie Williams took it in two plays later to put Tulsa up for good, 20-17. Fitzgerald, who finished with 357 yards passing, connected with Caswell for 31 yards to set up Tulsa's final score. Zach Bromert narrowed the margin to 27-20 with his 38-yard field goal at the start of the fourth, but Tulsa stopped Iowa twice on fourth down inside the Golden Hurricane 10-yard line in the final quarter. Damien Robinson notched 12 tackles in the game and also had an interception. Matt Hughes, Tom Knight and Vernon Rollins each recorded nine tackles. This game is considered one of the worst upsets of Hayden Fry's career at Iowa.

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10/7/1995

Iowa  @  Michigan State

W    21 - 7 

Behind the hard running of Sedrick Shaw, Iowa moved to 4-0 on the year and 1-0 in the Big Ten by defeating Michigan State 21-7. During a scoreless first quarter, Iowa outgained Michigan State 128 yards to eight in total offense. The Hawkeyes got two second quarter field goals including a 50-yarder by Brion Hurley, but still trailed the Spartans 7-6 at the half. The second half featured the tough running of Shaw, who finished the game with a career high 250 yards rushing on 42 carries. It was the second best one-game performance in Iowa history. Iowa racked up 524 yards of offense, compared to 313 for Michigan State. Matt Sherman threw for 213 yards while completing 13 of 26 passes, six of which went to Tim Dwight for 115 yards. The Iowa defense stymied the Spartan ground attack, allowing only 31 yards for the day. Freshman Vernon Rollins led the team with seven tackles including one for a loss and one fumble recovery. Plez Atkins recorded two interceptions.

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3/15/1995
NIT Tournament (i wireless Center, Moline, IL)

Iowa  vs  DePaul

W    96 - 87 


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12/28/1994
Rainbow Classic (Stan Sheriff Center, Honolulu, HI)

Iowa  vs  #7 Duke

W    81 - 71 


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10/10/1992

Iowa  vs  Wisconsin

W    23 - 22 

Jim Hartlieb found Anthony Dean in the end zone with 55 seconds to go, and then found him again on the game-winning 2-point conversion to beat Wisconsin 23-22.

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10/12/1991

#17 Iowa  @  Wisconsin

W    10 - 6 

Mike Saunders took a last-ditch toss from Matt Rodgers and went 14 yards for a touchdown with 44 seconds left to help Iowa escape with a victory. Rodgers had 4 interceptions on the day, including one returned for a touchdown.

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12/22/1990

Iowa  vs  #5 UCLA

W    88 - 71 

Iowa pulls a big upset on undefeated UCLA at home, with help from mother nature and the travel complications for the visiting team.

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11/24/1990

#13 Iowa  @  Minnesota

L    24 - 31 

Knowing that they were Rose Bowl-bound before they even took the field, the Hawkeyes dropped their final road game at Minnesota, 31–24. In that game, Tony Stewart became the Hawkeyes all-time leading rusher (at least at that time), though he lost a key fumble on that play.

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