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26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

IOWA OFFENSE WR.......... 4 Smith, 8 Shumpert LT.......... 68 Scherff, 76 MacMillan LG......... 59 Boffeli, 58 Simmons C.......... 63 Blythe, 57 Gaul RG......... 65 Walsh, 78 Donnal RT......... 70 Van Sloten, 64 Croston TE.......... 86 Fiedorowicz, 82 Hamilton/87 Duzey WR........ 11 Martin-Manley, 17 Hillyer QB......... 15 Rudock, 16 Beathard RB......... 45 Weisman/5 Bullock, 33 Canzeri FB.......... 38 Cox, 42 Plewa IOWA DEFENSE DE......... 95 Ott, 34 Meier DT......... 71 Davis, 67 Johnson DT......... 90 Trinca-Pasat, 97 Cooper DE......... 98 Hardy, 34 Meier OLB....... 20 Kirksey, 39 Perry MLB...... 44 Morris, 52 Alston WLB...... 31 Hitchens, 55 Collins LC.......... 19 Lowery, 27 Lomax SS.......... 37 Lowdermilk, 21 Law FS.......... 5 Miller, 12 Gair RC......... 14 King, 7 Draper PT.......... 98 PK......... 96 Kornbrath Meyer, 1 Koehn

NORTHWESTERN OFFENSE SB..........40 Vitale, 85 Szott LT...........75 Konopka, 70 Mertz LG..........53 Mogus, 73 DePietro C............66 Vitabile, 65 Baker RG.........63 Park, 57 Frazier RT..........78 Jorgensen, 76 Olson WR........17 Lawrence, 19 Dickerson WR..........6 Jones, 21 Prater QB...........2 Colter, 13 Siemian TB..........32 Trumpy/22 Green, 8 Buckley WR........14 Jones, 82 Scanlan WR........80 Jensen NORTHWESTERN DEFENSE DE.........97 Scott, 7 Odenigbo DT..........99 Carter, 96 Chapman DT..........92 Hampton, 90 Robbins DE.........94 Lowry, 98 Gibson LB..........44 Ariguzo, 55 Smith LB..........46 Proby, 50 Vernon LB..........45 Ellis, 42 Jones CB..........23 VanHoose, 13 Bryant S............24 Campbell, 26 Brown/16 Fleming S............10 Henry, 9 Hall CB............2 White, 27 Harris PT..........49 PK..........37 Williams Budzien

TIME & PLACE - - 11:01 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 26, Kinnick Stadium (70,585), Iowa City, Iowa. TICKETS - - Tickets are $65 for general public. UI student tickets are $50 (current students can purchase two tickets at that price). There are less than 2,400 tickets remaining for Saturday’s contest. Call 1-800-IA-HAWKS, or visit online at hawkeyesports.com to purchase tickets. RADIO - - (Originating Network): Learfield Communications with a network of over 40 stations. Gary Dolphin and Ed Podolak will call the action, along with sideline reporter Rob Brooks. The game can also be heard on KRUI (89.7 FM), the UI student radio station, and Sirius channel 119 and XM channel 191 on satellite radio. TELEVISION - - The game will be televised by BTN. The announcers are Matt Devlin, Glen Mason and Jon Jansen. THE RECORDS - - Iowa (4-3, 1-2) dropped a 34-24 decision at Ohio State last week. Iowa lost to Michigan State (26-14) and won at Minnesota (23-7) in Big Ten play. In non-conference action Iowa lost to Northern Illinois (30-27) before three straight wins over Missouri State (28-14), at Iowa State (27-21) and Western Michigan (59-3). facebook.com/hawkeyefootball

Northwestern (4-3, 0-3) lost to Minnesota (20-17) last Saturday in Evanston. The Wildcats lost at Wisconsin (35-7) and at home to Ohio State (40-30) after non-conference wins over California (4430), Syracuse (48-27), Western Michigan (38-17) and Maine (35-21). THE SERIES - - Iowa holds a 47-24-3 advantage in the series that began with a 12-6 Iowa win in Evanston in 1897. The teams have split the last two meetings, with Northwestern winning 28-17 in Evanston a year ago and Iowa winning 41-31 in Kinnick Stadium in 2011. Northwestern has won three of the last five meetings and three of the last four in Iowa City. Iowa holds a 24-9 record in games played in Iowa City. COACHING RECORDS - - Kirk Ferentz is in his 18th year as a college head coach and his 15th year as Iowa’s head coach. His career record is 116-98 and he is 104-77 at Iowa. He is the 12th Big Ten Conference coach to win 100 games. Pat Fitzgerald is in his eight season as a head coach, all at Northwestern, his alma mater. Fitzgerald holds a record of 5442. Fitzgerald ranks second to Ferentz in longevity among Big Ten head football coaches. NEXT GAME - - Iowa remains home to host Wisconsin on Saturday, Nov. 2 (11 a.m., ABC/ESPN/ESPN2). Northwestern travels to Nebraska (2:30 p.m., BTN). youtube.com/gohawkstv @hawkeyefootball

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Offense
Pos............No. SE.................. 4 * 8 ** LT................ 68 ** 76 ** LG............... 59 * 58 C................. 63 * 57 RG............... 65 * 78 * RT............... 70 *** 64 TE................ 86 *** 82 ** OR 87 * WR.............. 11 ** 17 * QB............... 15 16 RB............... 45 * OR................. 5 ** 33 * FB................ 38 42 PK............... 96 *** 1

11 Big Ten Championships
Name Tevaun Smith ^ Don Shumpert ^ Brandon Scherff Nolan MacMillan Conor Boffeli Eric Simmons Austin Blythe Tommy Gaul Jordan Walsh Andrew Donnal Brett Van Sloten Cole Croston C.J. Fiedorowicz ^ Ray Hamilton ^ Jake Duzey Kevonte Martin-Manley Jacob Hillyer Jake Rudock C.J. Beathard Mark Weisman Damon Bullock Jordan Canzeri Adam Cox Macon Plewa Mike Meyer ^ Marshall Koehn Name Drew Ott ^ Nate Meier ^ Carl Davis Jaleel Johnson Louis Trinca-Pasat Darian Cooper Mike Hardy Nate Meier ^ Christian Kirksey ^ Travis Perry James Morris ^ Quinton Alston ^ Anthony Hitchens ^ Marcus Collins ^ B.J. Lowery ^ Jordan Lomax John Lowdermilk ^ Nico Law ^ Tanner Miller ^ Anthony Gair Desmond King Sean Draper Connor Kornbrath ^ Ht. 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-7 6-5 6-7 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 Ht. 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-6

21 Consensus All-Americans
Wt. 200 200 315 294 295 295 300 277 290 305 300 250 265 252 245 205 205 205 195 236 200 192 215 234 190 195 Wt. 265 235 315 310 290 280 275 235 235 232 240 232 233 222 193 195 207 200 207 200 185 180 240 Yr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. #Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. #Fr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Yr. So. So. Jr. #Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. #Fr. Fr. So. So.

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Hometown (Previous School) Toronto, Ontario (Kent School, Conn.) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East) Denison, Iowa (Denison) Toronto, Ontario (The Hun School) West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley) Madrid, Iowa (Iowa Western CC) Williamsburg Iowa (Williamsburg) Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling Catholic) Glendale Heights, Ill. (Glenbard West) Montclova, Ohio (Anthony Wayne) Decorah, Iowa (Decorah) Seargeant Bluff, Iowa (Seargeant Bluff-Luton) Johnsburg, Ill. (Johnsburg) Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville) Troy, Mich. (Athens) Pontiac, Mich. (Brother Rice) Somerset, Texas (Somerset) Weston, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy) Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Stevenson) Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield) Troy, N.Y. (Troy) Chana, Ill. (Stillman Valley) Franklin, Wis. (Franklin) Dubuque, Iowa (Wahlert) Solon, Iowa (Solon) Hometown (Previous School) Trumbull, Neb. (Giltner) Tabor, Iowa (Fremont-Mills) Sterling Heights, Mich. (Stevenson) Lombard, Ill. (Montini Catholic) Chicago, Ill. (Lane Tech) Elkridge, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly) Tabor, Iowa (Fremont-Mills) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East) Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale) Solon, Iowa (Solon) Sicklerville, N.J. (Timber Creek Reg.) Lorain, Ohio (Clearview) Yeadon, Pa. (Monsignor Bonner) Cincinnati, Ohio (Hughes) Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha Catholic) Carrollton, Ohio (Carrollton) Clinton, Md. (Bishop McNamara) Kalona, Iowa (Mid-Prairie) Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Christian) Detroit, Mich. (East English Village) Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville) Bridgeport, W. Va. (Bridgeport) 23 33 98 Jordan Cotton Jordan Canzeri Connor Kornbrath

Defense

Pos............No. LE................ 95 34 LT................ 71 * 67 RT............... 90 * 97 * RE............... 98 * 34 OLB............. 20 *** 39 * MLB............ 44 *** 52 ** WLB............ 31 *** 55 ** LC................ 19 *** 27 * SS................ 37 ** 21 ** FS................. 5 *** 12 RC............... 14 7 * PT................ 98 *

Punt Returns: 11 Kevonte Martin-Manley Deep Snaps: 61 Casey Kreiter

Kickoff Returns: Holder:

* - - Letters won

^ - - Redshirt year still available

# - - Indicates redshirt freshman

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IOWA RESULTS/SCHEDULE 4-3, 1-2 BIG TEN
8/31 Northern Illinois L, 27-30 9/7 Missouri State W, 28-14 9/14 at Iowa State W, 27-21 9/21 Western Michigan W, 59-3 9/28 at Minnesota* W, 23-7 10/5 Michigan State* L, 14-26 10/19 at #3/4 Ohio State* L, 34-24 10/26 Northwestern* 11:01 a.m./BTN 11/2 Wisconsin* 11 a.m./ABC/ESPN /ESPN2 11/9 at Purdue* TBA 11/23 Michigan* TBA 11/29 at Nebraska* 11 a.m./ABC * -- Big Ten Conference game

GAME #8: NORTHWESTERN AT IOWA

IOWA HAWKEYES

Record: 4-3, 1-2 Ranking: NR (AP) Ranking: NR (USA Today) Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz Alama Mater: Connecticut Overall Record: 116-98 (18 yrs) Record at Iowa: 104-77 (15 yrs)

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NORTHWESTERN WILDCATS

NORTHWESTERN RESULTS/SCHEDULE 4-3, 0-3 BIG TEN
8/31 at California W, 44-30 9/7 Syracuse W, 48-27 9/14 Western Michigan W, 38-17 9/21 Maine W, 35-21 10/5 #3/4 Ohio State* L, 40-30 10/12 at Wisconsin* L, 35-6 10/19 Minnesota L, 20-17 10/26 at Iowa 11:01 a.m/BTN 11/2 at Nebraska TBA 11/16 Michigan TBA 11/23 Michigan State TBA 11/30 at Illinois TBA * -- Big Ten Conference Game

Record: 4-3, 0-3 Ranking: NR (AP) Ranking: NR (USA Today) Head Coach: Pat Fitzgerald Alma Mater: Northwestern Overall Record: 54-42 (8 yrs) Record at NW: 54-42 (8 yrs)

Date: Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013 Location: Iowa City, Iowa Stadium: Kinnick Stadium (70,585) Surface: Field Turf Kickoff: 11:01 a.m. (CT) Series: Iowa leads, 47-24-3 TV: BTN (HD) Matt Devlin, play-by-play Glen Mason, color analyst Jon Jansen, sideline reporter Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network & KRUI Radio Gary Dolphin, HRN play-by-play Ed Podolak, HRN color analyst Rob Brooks, HRN sideline reporter Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 119; XM Channel 191 Live Audio: hawkeyesports.com (Hawkeye All-Access) Live Stats: hawkeyesports.com Twitter: @TheIowaHawkeyes / @IowaFBLive

IOWA COACHES
(Game Location)
Offense Greg Davis (booth) Offensive Coordinator Brian Ferentz (field) Offensive Line Chris White (field) RB’s/Special Teams Bobby Kennedy (field) Wide Receivers DJ Hernandez (field) Grad. Asst./Tight Ends Austin Showalter (booth) Graduate Assistant Kelvin Bell (field) Grad. Asst./Special Teams Defense Phil Parker (field) Def. Coordinator/DB’s Eric Johnson (booth) Recruit. Coord./Asst. DL Reese Morgan (field) Defensive Line Jim Reid (booth) Linebackers LeVar Woods (field) Linebackers Chris Polizzi (booth) Graduate Asst./DBs

IOWA/NORTHWESTERN NOTES • Iowa’s three losses are to teams that have a combined record of 20-1 (Northern Illinois, 7-0; Michigan State, 6-1; Ohio State, 7-0). • Iowa’s defense has held every opponent under its rushing average this season. Northwestern averages 175.7 rushing yards per game. • Northwestern has lost three straight and is 0-3 in the Legends division. Iowa has lost two straight, and is 1-2 in the Legends division. • Northwestern has allowed 22 sacks this season, the highest total in the Big Ten. Iowa’s defense has recorded eight sacks this season. • Iowa has allowed just five sacks this season, the seventh-best total in the country. Northwestern’s Tyler Scott leads the Big Ten with five sacks and ranks second with eight tackles for loss. • Iowa has been successful on 50-percent of its third-down attempts (54-108) this season, tied for the second-best conversion rate in the conference and 14th nationally. Northwestern’s defense has allowed opponent’s to convert on 44.4-percent of third downs (10th best in the league). • The Hawkeyes have allowed only four red-zone touchdowns this season, the lowest total in the country. Iowa’s red-zone defense is fourth in the conference (11-14, .786). Northwestern leads the Big Ten in red zone efficiency. The Wildcats have scored on 28-of-29 (.966) trips inside the red zone, including 17 touchdowns and 11 field goals. • Iowa and Northwestern are among the Big Ten’s least penalized teams. The Hawkeyes and Wildcats have been flagged 33 and 34 times, respectively. Iowa has committed three or fewer penalties in each of its last three games (Minnesota 1, Michigan State 3, Ohio State 3). • Iowa’s Mike Meyer and Northwestern’s Jeff Budzien are among the best placekickers in the conference. Budzien leads the Big Ten with 12 field goals made, while Meyer ranks third with nine. Meyer has connected on 105 consecutive PAT attempts. Budzien has made a Big Ten-record 127 consecutive PATs. • Through seven games, Iowa’s defense has faced only two down-and-goal situations -- versus Northern Illinois (field goal) and at Ohio State (Carlos Hyde
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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Iowa City, Iowa Founded: 1847 Enrollment: 31,498 President: Sally Mason Director of Athletics: Gary Barta Conference: Big Ten (Legends Division) Nickname: Hawkeyes Mascot: Herky Colors: Black and Gold (PMS 116) First Year of Football: 1889 All-Time Record: 602-533-39 All-Time Bowl Record: 14-11-1 National Champions: 1921, ‘56, ‘58, ‘60 STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium: Kinnick Stadium Opened: 1929 Capacity: 70,585 Playing Surface: Field Turf All-Time Record: 263-173-15 TEAM INFORMATION Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 39 (19 offense, 17 defense, 3 specialists) Letterman Lost: 21 (11 offense, 9 defense, 1 specialist) Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 UI ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
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• • 1-yard touchdown run). Iowa ranks third among Big Ten teams in scoring defense, total defense, and pass defense. The Hawkeyes rank No. 5 in rush defense. Iowa is tied with Alabama and Florida State for fewest rushing touchdowns allowed (2). Before the Ohio State game on Oct. 19, Iowa was the only school in the nation to have not allowed a rushing touchdown this season. Hawkeye opponents had rushed 215 straight times between rushing touchdowns, dating back to the third quarter of the final game of 2012. Iowa has held 5-of-7 opponents scoreless in the first quarter this season. Northern Illinois – in the season opener -- is the only team to reach the end zone against Iowa in the opening quarter. Northwestern has scored 41 first-quarter points. Iowa is 4-0 when winning the turnover margin, and 0-3 when losing the turnover margin. The Hawkeyes are plus-one overall on the season. PK Mike Meyer’s next field goal will move him into sole possession of second place on Iowa’s career field goals chart behind Nate Kaeding. Meyer is also five points from moving into second in career scoring. Iowa’s B.J. Lowery and Northwestern’s Collin Ellis have each returned two interceptions for touchdowns in a single game. Lowery had two scores in a win over Western Michigan, while Ellis had two scores in Northwestern’s win at California.

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THE SERIES Iowa holds a 47-24-3 advantage in the series that began with a 12-6 Iowa victory in 1897. Iowa holds a 24-9 advantage in games played in Iowa City. Northwestern had won three straight in Kinnick Stadium before Iowa’s 41-31 win in 2011. Iowa won 21 consecutive games over Northwestern prior to a 31-20 Wildcat win in 1995 in Evanston. The Wildcats hold a 10-6 advantage since snapping that Hawkeye win streak. Here are the series results: 10/16/1897 11/23/00 10/08/10 *11/25/11 10/29/13 11/07/14 *10/16/15 11/11/16 11/17/17 *11/16/18 11/08/19 *11/06/20 11/19/21 *11/25/22 11/24/23 *11/20/26 11/29/27 *11/21/31 11/19/32 10/07/33 W T L W L W W L L W W W W W W L L L L W 12-6 5-5 5-10 6-0 14-25 27-0 9-6 13-20 14-25 23-7 14-7 20-0 14-0 37-3 17-14 6-13 0-12 0-19 6-44 7-0 *10/12/74 11/01/75 *10/30/76 *9/10/77 *9/16/78 10/13/79 *10/18/80 10/03/81 *10/02/82 *10/08/83 10/06/84 10/26/85 *10/25/86 11/07/87 *11/05/88 10/28/89 *10/27/90 11/16/91 *11/14/92 11/13/93 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 35-10 24-21 13-10 24-0 20-3 58-6 25-3 64-0 45-7 61-21 31-3 49-10 27-20 52-24 35-10 35-22 56-14 24-10 56-14 23-19
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BIG TEN STANDINGS Legends Division
Team Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct. Michigan St. 3-0 1.000 6-1 .857 Nebraska 2-0 1.000 5-1 .833 Michigan 2-1 .667 6-1 .857 IOWA 1-2 .333 4-3 .571 Minnesota 1-2 .000 5-2 .714 Northwestern 0-3 .000 4-3 .571

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Leaders Division

Team Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct. Ohio State 3-0 1.000 7-0 1.000 Wisconsin 3-1 .750 5-2 .714 Penn State 1-1 .500 4-2 .667 Indiana 1-2 .333 3-3 .500 Illinois 0-2 .000 3-3 .500 Purdue 0-2 .000 1-6 .142

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG TEN
Saturday, Oct. 19 Nebraska at Minnesota, 11 a.m. (ESPN/ESPN2) Northwestern at Iowa, 11 a.m. (BTN) Michigan State at Illinois, 2:30 p.m. (ABC) Penn State at Ohio State, 7 p.m. (ABC) Idle: Indiana, Michigan, Purdue, Wisconsin

10/06/34 W 11/23/35 T 10/03/36 L 11/25/39 T *10/22/49 W 11/14/52 W 10/26/57 W *10/25/58 W *10/03/59 L 10/01/60 W 10/23/65 L *10/22/66 L 11/11/67 L *11/09/68 W *10/09/71 L 10/14/72 W 10/13/73 L * - - at Iowa City

20-7 0-0 7-18 7-7 28-21 39-14 6-0 26-20 10-14 42-10 0-9 15-24 24-39 68-34 3-28 23-12 15-31

*11/12/94 11/11/95 *11/09/96 11/15/97 *10/10/98 10/16/99 *11/11/00 11/10/01 *11/9/02 11/5/05 *11/4/06 11/3/07 *9/27/08 *11/7/09 11/13/10 *10/15/11 10/27/12

W L L L W L W W W L L W L L L W L

49-13 20-31 13-40 14-15 26-24 21-23 27-17 59-16 62-10 27-28 7-21 28-17 17-22 10-17 17-21 41-31 28-17

NATIONAL RANKINGS
AP Poll Oct. 20 1. Alabama (55) 2. Oregon (3) 3. Florida State (2) 4. Ohio State 5. Missouri 6. Baylor 7. Miami (FL) 8. Stanford 9. Clemson 10. Texas Tech 11. Auburn 12. UCLA 13. LSU 14. Texas A&M 15. Fresno State 16. Virginia Tech 17. Oklahoma 18. Louisville 19. Oklahoma State 20. South Carolina 21. UCF 22. Wisconsin 23. Nothern Illinois 24. Michigan 25. Nebraska USA Today Poll Oct. 20 1. Alabama (58) 2. Oregon (3) 3. Florida State 4. Ohio State 5. Baylor 6. Miami (FL) 7. Missouri 8. Stanford 9. Texas Tech 10. Clemson (1) 11. UCLA 12. Oklahoma 13. Oklahoma State 14. LSU 15. Texas A&M 16. Louisville 17. Auburn 18. Fresno State 29. Virginia Tech 20. South Carolina 21. Nebraska 22. Northern Illinois 23. Wisconsin 24. Michigan 25. UCF

LAST MEETING Northwestern gained 433 total yards, including 349 rushing yards, to defeat Iowa, 28-17 in Evanston, Ill., on Oct. 27, 2012. The Hawkeyes ran 19 more plays and controlled time of possession, but were unable to come away with the victory. The Wildcats scored on their first possession, converting three third downs, capped by a 5-yard scoring run by QB Kain Colter. The Hawkeyes managed a field goal on their first drive for a 7-3 score after the first quarter. Northwestern took a 14-3 lead into halftime after Colter’s second rushing score of the day. He added another to begin the third quarter after the Wildcats blocked an Iowa punt and took over at the Hawkeye 4-yard line. A 47-yard pass from Colter to Christian Jones made the score 28-3 in the third quarter. QB James Vandenberg capped a 12-play, 59-yard scoring drive with a 1-yard run. Vandenberg registered his second rushing touchdown with 6:37 left in the game after a nine-play, 84-yard drive to trim the deficit to 28-17. Iowa was unable to get any closer after its final score with 6:37 remaining. RB Damon Bullock returned to action after missing the previous four games with an injury. Bullock carried the ball 22 times for 107 yards, eclipsing the 100yard plateau for the second time. Vandenberg finished 24-of-38 with 214 yards and hit eight different receivers, adding to his two rushing touchdowns. WR Kevonte Martin-Manley led the way with seven catches for 46 yards. Freshmen Tevaun Smith and Jacob Hillyer

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THE SERIES: BY THE NUMBERS
Series Record: Iowa leads, 47-24-3 at Iowa City: Iowa leads, 24-9 Last Iowa Win: 2011 (41-31 in Iowa City) Last Northwestern Win: 2012 (28-17 in Evanston) Largest Margin in UI Victory: 78-6 (1913) Largest Margin in NW Victory: 44-6 (1932)

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recorded their first career catches in the contest. CB B.J. Lowery collected his first career interception, picking off a Colter pass in the first quarter. DT Louis Trinca-Pasat and DT Darian Cooper each had a tackle for loss. LB Christian Kirksey led the Hawkeyes with nine tackles. DEVRIES TO BE RECOGNIZED BY FARM BUREAU Iowa All-American Jared DeVries will be added to the ANF Wall of Honor on Saturday. DeVries was a first team All-America defensive end for the Hawkeyes in 1998. He totaled 260 tackles from 1995-98, and went on to play in the NFL as a member of the Detroit Lions or 12 seasons. The ANF Wall of Honor salutes former University of Iowa football studentathletes who exemplify the tenacity, work ethic, and character of the Iowa farmer. DeVries is the second Hawkeye to join the ANF Wall of Honor. Former Hawkeye Casey Wiegmann was named to the Wall of Honor in 2012. DeVries will be recognized on the field after the first quarter of the Northwestern game. DeVries, the UI Athletics Department, and representatives from Iowa Farm Bureau will host a news conference Friday at 11 a.m. on the McCord Club Level (level 1) of the Paul W. Brechler Press Box at Kinnick Stadium. A photo and video session will follow at the ANF Plaza, located at the Northwest Corner of Kinnick Stadium. KING EARNS B1G FRESHMAN HONOR For the second straight game, true freshman CB Desmond King registered a career-best in tackles. King made a then-career best 11 tackles against Michigan State on Oct. 5, and eclipsed that number with 12 tackles at Ohio State on Oct. 19, being named Big Ten Freshman of the Week for his play against the Buckeyes. He is averaging nine tackles in Big Ten games, more than any other freshman. He has 41 tackles this season, the fourth-highest total on the team. King has appeared in all seven games this season, and has started the last six. He made his career debut in the season opener against Northern Illinois, appearing at defensive back and recording four tackles. King recorded three tackles and one fumble recovery in his first career start against Missouri State. He became the first Iowa true freshman to start on defense since James Morris (vs. Michigan State, Oct. 30, 2012), and the first rookie to start at defensive back since Jovon Johnson (2002). King has 41 tackles, three break-ups, and one fumble recovery this season. RUDOCK CAN MOVE THROUGH AIR OR BY LAND Through seven games, QB Jake Rudock has completed 124-208 attempts for 1,447 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has also rushed 34 times for 147 yards and five touchdowns. • Rudock averages 206.7 passing yards per game, the sixth-highest total in the Big Ten. • Rudock is 76-126 for 824 yards and five touchdowns in home games (2-2). • Rudock has 11 touchdown passes, including seven of 20-plus yards. • Rudock has rushed for five touchdowns. Only Michigan’s Devin Gardner (9) has more among Big Ten quarterbacks. • Rudock is one of three FBS players since 2008 to pass and rush for four-plus touchdowns in their first four career games (Robert Griffin III, 2008; Johnny Manziel, 2012; Jake Rudock, 2013). • Rudock has connected with 17 different Hawkeyes. He has completed 124 pass attempts, 69 to wide receivers, 34 to tight ends, and 21 to running backs.
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2013 STATISTICAL COMPARISON
IOWA NW Record 4-3, 1-2 4-3, 0-3 Scoring Average 28.9 31.1 Scoring Defense 19.3 27.1 Rushing Yards 196.4 175.7 Passing Yards 214.4 244.1 Total Offense 410.9 419.9 Rushing Defense 114.9 168.9 Passing Defense 204.4 257.4 Total Defense 319.3 426.3 Punt Return Average 21.82 7.3 KO Return Average 19.5 22.3 Turnover Margin +1 +4

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Head Coach Kirk Ferentz_______________ FAIR-ints Nathan Bazata_____________________ BUDGET-uh C. J. Beathard______________________ BETH-urd Austin Blythe__________________________ BLYTH Corbin Blythe_________________________ BLYTH Ike Boettger__________________________ BOT-gir Conor Boffeli______________________ bo-FELL-ee Jordan Canzeri____________________ can-ZEAR-ee LeShun Daniels, Jr. __________________ Luh-SEAN Andrew Donnal_____________________ duh-NELL Jake Duzey__________________________ DEW-zee Faith Ekakitie__________________ ee-KACK-uh-tee C. J. Fiedorowicz_______________ feh-DOR-uh-wits Colin Goebel_________________________ GO-bul Brant Gressel________________________ GRES-uhl Jacob Hillyer_________________________ HILL-yir Anjeus (A. J. ) Jones_________________ Ahn-JAY-us Christian Kirksey_____________________ KIRK-see Marshall Koehn_________________________ CANE Connor Kornbrath__________________KORN-brath Henry Krieger Coble____________ KRAG-ir CO-bull Nico Law____________________________ NEE-ko Jordan Lomax______________________ LOW-max B. J. Lowery_________________________ LOW-ree John Lowdermilk__________________ LOUD-ir-milk Kevonte Martin-Manley____________ KUH-von-tay Greg Mabin_________________________ MAY-bin Nate Meier___________________________ MYER Macon Plewa_________________________PLEV-uh Malik Rucker_______________________ Muh-LEEK Jake Rudock__________________________ RU-doc Brandon Scherff_______________________ SHERF Nic Shimonek____________________ SHIM-oh-nik Sean Skradis________________________ SKRA-dis Tavaun Smith_______________________ tae-VOHN Cody Sokol____________________________ SO-kul Laron Taylor_________________________ luh-RON Louis Trinca-Pasat_____________ TRIN-kuh puh-sot Dean Tsopanides______________ so-puh-NYE-dees Brett Van Sloten_________________ van-SLOW-tin Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara_________________ _________ DOE-mahn-tis VINS-koos koo-CHAR-uh Akrum Wadley_______________________ ACK-rum Derrick Willies_______________________ WILL-eez Jon Wisnieski_____________________ Wiz-NEW-ski

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• Rudock threw a career-high three touchdown passes at Ohio State, including an 85-yarder to TE Jake Duzey, the ninth-longest touchdown pass in school history and second-longest to a tight end. • Rudock completed 21-of-37 passes for 256 yards, including two touchdowns (one rush and one pass) and two interceptions, in his Hawkeye debut on Aug. 31. The 256 yards ties for the fourth-highest by a Hawkeye quarterback making his first career start. • Rudock was the first starting quarterback in 19 years to makes his debut in a season opener; Ryan Driscoll was the last Hawkeye to do it. Driscoll made his college debut at starting quarterback in Iowa’s 1994 season opener. • After starting the game 1-4 for 5 yards against Michigan State, Rudock finished the half completing 11 straight passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns. • With his 1-yard touchdown rush against Iowa State, Rudock became the first quarterback under Kirk Ferentz to rush for a touchdown in three consecutive games. • Rudock’s five rushing scores is one more than QB James Vandenberg’s 12-game total from a year ago. The last Iowa quarterback to rush for more than five touchdowns in a single-season was Nathan Chandler (6 in 2003). DUZEY LEADS TIGHT END PARTY Sophomore TE Jake Duzey recorded a career-high six catches for a career-best 138 yards at Ohio State on Oct. 19, earning CFPA Honorable Mention Tight End of the Week honors. Duzey’s day included an 85-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, the first touchdown reception of his career and the ninth-longest scoring reception in school history. Iowa tight ends accounted for 11 catches, 191 yards and two touchdowns against the Buckeyes. • QB Jake Rudock completed his first eight passes of the game, all to tight ends, against Ohio State. On Iowa’s opening touchdown drive, Rudock was 5-for-5 for 50 yards, all to tight ends (Duzey, 3-24; George Kittle, 1-24, C.J. Fiedorowicz, 1-2 TD). • Duzey became Iowa’s first 100-yard receiver since Kevonte Martin-Manley caught 5 pass for 101 yards against Northern Iowa on Sept. 15, 2012 (span of 16 games). • His 138 receiving yards are the most by a tight end in the Kirk Ferentz era, and the most by a Hawkeye since Marvin McNutt had 151 yards on nine catches at Purdue in 2011. • Duzey entered the game with four catches for 31 yards this season. He matched his career high with three catches on Iowa’s opening drive of the game. • Duzey’s 85-yard touchdown reception was the ninth longest in school history, and the second longest by a tight end (Dallas Clark, 95 yards vs. Purdue in 2002).

HEAD COACH KIRK FERENTZ
Kirk Ferentz (pronounced FAIR-rintz, rhymes with parents) is in his 15th season as head football coach at Iowa and is the dean of Big Ten Conference football coaches. His latest contract extension runs through the 2020 season. Ferentz was named the 2009 Dave McClain Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year. He was one of 15 semi-finalists for the 2009 George Munger Award, presented by the Maxwell Football Club to the College Coach of the Year. He was the 2009 AFCA Region Three Coach of the Year and one of 10 finalists for the Liberty Mutual national Coach of the Year. Ferentz was honored as the 2002 Associated Press and Walter Camp National Coach of the Year and was the AFCA Regional Coach of the Year in 2002 as well. He was named Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year in 2002, 2004 and 2009, joining Hayden Fry, Bo Schembechler and Joe Paterno as the only three-time recipients. Ferentz guided Iowa to Big Ten titles in 2002 and 2004. Iowa has made two BCS bowl appearances, including a 2414 win in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl. Iowa has played in six January bowl games and has four January bowl victories (2004 Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2009 Outback Bowl and 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl). Iowa has posted a 96-54 (.640) overall mark and a 56-39 (.589) Big Ten record the last 10-plus seasons. Ferentz has guided Iowa to nine first division finishes, including a second-place finish in 2009. Iowa was bowl eligible for 11 straight seasons (2001-2011). The Hawkeyes are 6-4 in bowl games under Ferentz. His six bowl wins tie as third most among all-time Big Ten coaches and he has led Iowa to bowl victories in three of the last five seasons. At Iowa, Ferentz holds an overall record of 104-77 (.575) and a 60-55 (.522) mark in Big Ten games. In his 18th season as a college head coach, he holds a career mark of 116-98 (.542). Sixty-nine of Iowa’s 181 games under Ferentz have been decided by seven points or less (30-39) and 52 were played against opponents who were ranked in the top 25 at the time (21-31). Ferentz returned to Iowa after serving as assistant head coach and offensive line coach of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. He was part of the Baltimore (Cleveland Browns prior to the move) staff for six years. Ferentz was named head coach of the Maine Bears in 1990 and held that position for three years. Ferentz was a member of Hayden Fry’s Iowa staff for nine years as offensive line coach (1981-89). He coordinated Iowa’s running game during his first coaching stint at Iowa. Iowa appeared in eight bowl games while Ferentz was an Iowa assistant. Ferentz was born in Royal Oak, Mich., and attended high school in Pittsburgh, Pa. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English Education from Connecticut in 1978, where he was a football captain. Kirk received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut in May, 2009. He was inducted into the Upper St. Clair High School Hall of Fame in September, 2002 and the Western Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in May, 2003. facebook.com/hawkeyefootball

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HAWKEYE FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS
100 94 66 62 54 34 26 32 24 22 21 20 16 14 13 11 9 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Ferentz became the 12th coach to win 100 games at a Big Ten school (at MSU, 19-16 2OT, 10/13/12) Wins since 2002 rank 22nd best in the country James Morris became Iowa’s 66th player to record 200 career tackles Calvin Jones’ retired number, one of two in school history. NFL Draft picks under Kirk Ferentz Former Hawkeyes active in the NFL Bowl games (14-11-1) Hawkeyes who have played in the Super Bowl Heisman Trophy winner (1939) Nile Kinnick’s retired number Times finished a season ranked Consensus All-Americans (six under Kirk Ferentz) Players have combined to earn Academic All-America honors on 38 occasions under Ferentz All-Americans under Ferentz Bowl wins, CFB Hall of Famers First or second round NFL Draft picks under Kirk Ferentz Big Ten Championships Former players recognized on Kinnick Stadium Wall of Honor Bowl wins under Kirk Ferentz Players under Ferentz who have won national awards Four times finished the year ranked in top 10 over the past 11 seasons Kirk Ferentz has been named B1G Coach of the Year Twice won 11 games under Kirk Ferentz (2002 & 2009) Only one Iowa coach ranks above Kirk Ferentz in career wins, Hayden Fry (143) Did not lose a B1G game in 2002, one of only three B1G teams to post a perfect mark in league play since 1998 (BCS era)

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MARTIN-MANLEY CLIMBS THE CHARTS WR Kevonte Martin-Manley continues to be among the team and national leaders in receptions and punt returns. He leads the nation in punt return average (25.8), and surpassed the 100 career receptions mark and 1,000 career receiving yards mark in Week 3 against Iowa State. Martin-Manley now has 109 career receptions and 1,125 career receiving yards. He is tied for 15th in career receptions and ranks 33rd in career receiving yards. • Martin-Manley has caught at least one pass in 24 of the last 25 games. He had caught a pass in 23 consecutive games before leaving the Michigan State contest with a leg injury and without a reception. He totaled 90 receptions for 911 yards during the streak, and leads Iowa with 27 catches for 231 yards in 2013. • Earned CFPA and Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week honors following Iowa’s 59-3 win over Western Michigan on Sept. 21. • Martin-Manley recorded 184 yards on four punt returns against Western Michigan. He is just the third player in Big Ten history with two punt return touchdowns in a game, and the first since 1983. The 184 yards ranks second best all-time in the Big Ten, behind Nile Kinnick’s record of 201 yards on nine returns, set in 1939. • He had consecutive punt return touchdowns of 83 and 63 yards against Western Michigan, becoming the first Big Ten player to ever return back-to-back-punts for touchdowns, and the first Iowa player to return two punts for a touchdown in a single game. The punt return touchdowns tied a Big Ten record. Earl Girard (Wisconsin, 1947) and Garcia Lane (OSU, 1983) are the only other Big Ten players to score two touchdowns on punt returns in a single game. • He leads the NCAA averaging 25.8 yards per punt return. He has nine returns for 232 yards and two touchdowns this season. He is one of only five FBS players this season with two returns for a touchdown. • Named Phil Steele midseason first team All-America specialist. • Named Phil Steele and BTN.com midseason All-Big Ten specialist. MORRIS CLIMBS TACKLES LIST Senior LB James Morris recorded 13 tackles against Ohio State to raise his career total to 349, moving past Bob Sanders for ninth on the school’s all-time tackles list. Morris averages 7.9 tackles per game this season. At his current pace, he’ll finish with 387 career tackles, good enough for No. 6 on the all-time list. He needs 51 tackles to become the sixth player in program history to record 400 career tackles. • Morris has been a starting linebacker since his true freshman season in 2010. • He is on watch lists for the Bednarik Award, the Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Nagurski Award, and the College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy watch list. • He garnered preseason second team All-Big Ten honors from Athlon, Phil Steele and College Sports Madness. • Was named Big Ten defensive Player of the Week for his play in the win at Minnesota. • Has 17 career games of double-digit tackles. • His 7.9 tackles per game ranks ninth in the conference. His 10.7 tackles in Big Ten games only ranks No. 4. • He has five career interceptions, including three this season, and 5.5 career sacks.

ON THE AVERAGE
DOWN PLAYS AVG. First Down 222 5.5 Second Down 183 5.4 Third Down 108 6.0 Fourth Down 4 3.0

IOWA BY QUARTERS
QUARTER IOWA OPPONENTS First 37 13 Second 93 27 Third 45 41 Fourth 27 54 OT 0 0

POINTS OFF TURNOVERS
T/O Gained Pts Scored Iowa 12 31 Opponents 10 19

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WEEKLY FOOTBALL PRESS CONFERENCE
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz holds his weekly press conferences every Tuesday throughout the season. The press conferences are held in the auditorium of the Hayden Fry Football Complex. Coach Ferentz addresses the media at 12:45 p.m. and requested players are available following the press conference. Media need to submit their Tuesday player interview requests to Steve Roe, via e-mail, by 9 a.m. CT each Sunday. True freshmen are not available for interviews. Media can access video highlights of Ferentz’s weekly press conference, plus player clips and highlights via the UI Drop Box. Contact the Iowa Athletic Communications office for login information. All press conferences can be viewed on the official world wide web site of the Iowa Athletic Department at hawkeyesports.com (subscription service). Each press conference is archived.

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WEISMAN AMONG CONFERENCE, NATIONAL LEADERS RB Mark Weisman ranks 12th nationally and second in the Big Ten with 136 rush attempts. His 96.6 yards per game ranks third in the Big Ten. Weisman is one of 12 players in the nation named to the Watch List for the Maxwell Award. • Weisman has rushed for 100 or more yards four times this season, and has eight career 100-yard games to his credit. • Weisman has 1,491 career rushing yards. He is nine yards shy of becoming the 23rd player in school history to eclipse 1,500 career rushing yards. He leads Iowa with 676 rushing yards this season, and led Iowa with 815 yards and eight touchdowns a year ago. • His four 100-yard rushing games ties for the third most in the Big Ten (Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon and Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah each have five games of 100-plus rushing yards). • Weisman has 19 rushes of 10-plus yards this season, the fifth-highest total in the Big Ten. • He rushed for 100 yards in each of Iowa’s first three contests, becoming the first running back since Shonn Green (2008) to rush for 100 or more yards in the first three games of the season. • His 425 rushing yards were the highest total through three games since Fred Russell ran for 471 yards in the first three games of the 2002 season. • Weisman carried a career-high 35 times against Iowa State, the highest singlegame total by a Big Ten back this season and the sixth most in program history. • Watch Lists include Maxwell Award, Doak Walker Award, and CFPA Running Back Award.
IOWA DEFENSE PRESENTS… Iowa ranks third in total defense among Big Ten schools, and 12th nationally. The Hawkeyes are allowing 319.3 yards total offense, and are holding their opponents to just 16.6 first downs per game, the third-best number in the Big Ten. Iowa opponent’s third-down conversion percentage of 32.7 percent ranks sixth in the conference. • Through seven games Iowa ranks No. 1 in the nation in red-zone touchdowns allowed (4). The Hawkeyes have allowed 11 scores on their opponents’ 14 trips to the red zone. Iowa has allowed four touchdowns, seven field goals, and recorded two interceptions. Iowa’s opponents have also missed one red-zone field goal attempt. • Iowa has had two goal-to-go defensive series this season. Northern Illinois kicked a field goal after facing a 1st-and-goal from the Iowa 9-yard line. Ohio State rushed for a 1-yard touchdown after facing 1st-and-goal from the Iowa 4-yard line. • The Hawkeyes earned back-to-back Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 21 and Sept. 28. DB B.J. Lowery earned the honor after recording a pair of interceptions against Western Illinois on Sept. 21, and LB James Morris earned the award after recording eight tackles, one sack, and one interception at Minnesota on Sept. 28. • The Hawkeyes recorded a season-high four sacks against Minnesota on Sept. 28. Iowa’s second sack, a 6-yard loss on 3rd-and-8, was originally credited to DL Louis Trinca-Pasat, but was later changed to credit DL Dominic Alvis. Alvis was also credited with Iowa’s fourth sack, another six-yard loss. LB James Morris (-5) and DL Nate Meier (-6) were credited with Iowa’s other two sacks against the Gophers. • The Iowa defense has held its opponent scoreless in the first quarter in 5-of-7 games. Iowa has allowed just one first quarter touchdown (Northern Illinois).
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WEEKLY TELECONFERENCES
The Big Ten coaches teleconferences are held each Tuesday. The teleconference begins at 11 a.m. (CT) and each coach is available for 10 minutes. Media wishing to participate in the teleconference can contact the Big Ten Office at 847-696-1010 to obtain the call-in information. All times listed below are central time: 11:00 11:10 11:20 11:30 11:40 11:50 Noon 12:10 12:20 12:30 12:40 12:50 Brady Hoke, Michigan Gary Anderson, Wisconsin Bo Pelini, Nebraska Mark Dantonio, Mich. State Kirk Ferentz, Iowa Jerry Kill, Minnesota Tim Beckman, Illinois Darrell Hazell, Purdue Bill O’Brien, Penn State Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern Urban Meyer, Ohio State Kevin Wilson, Indiana

HAWKEYE INJURY UPDATES
• No severe injuries to note

CANADIANS ON FBS ROSTERS
Iowa is one of four FBS teams who have three or more Canadians on their respective roster. Michigan State 4 IOWA 3 UNLV 3 Virginia 3

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HAWKEYES UNDER FERENTZ
Overall...........................................................103-77 vs. ranked teams..............................................21-31 vs. unranked teams.........................................83-46 vs. Big Ten teams.............................................60-55 vs. Big Ten teams (home)................................35-19 vs. Big Ten teams (away).................................25-36 When rushing for 150 yards or more..............61-15 When rushing for 200 yards or more................39-5 When passing for 250 yards or more..............35-18 When passing for 300 yards or more..................9-6 When Iowa player rushes for 100 yards..........62-23 When opponent has 100-yard rusher.............14-32 When opponent has 300-yard passer.............12-12 When scoring 30 points or more.......................56-5 When scoring 20 points or more.....................77-33 When opponent scores 25 points or more......12-48 When holding opponent to 10 pts or less.........42-1 When Iowa scores first....................................79-23 When Iowa leads at halftime...........................84-17 When Iowa trails at halftime...........................15-57 When game is tied at halftime............................5-3 When Iowa leads after 3 quarters...................88-13 When Iowa trails after 3 quarters....................11-60 When game is tied after 3 quarters.....................5-4 Games decided by 11 points or more.............61-27 Games decided by 10 points or less................36-40 Games decided by 7 points or less..................29-38 Games decided by 3 points or less..................15-25 When Iowa has a positive turnover margin....63-19 When opponent has a positive turnover margin....16-40 When the turnover margin is equal................25-18 When returning a punt/kickoff for a score..........8-5 Overtime games..................................................5-3 When temperature is 50 degrees or above.....76-58 When temperature is below 50 degrees.........28-19 When temperature is over 90 degrees................2-3 When raining:....................................................10-6

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MEYER GETTING HIS KICKS Senior PK Mike Meyer, who earned a Lou Groza Star of the Week Award after his performance at Minnesota, is 9-for-12 on field goal attempts and perfect on 24 PAT attempts this season. He has connected on field goals of 20, 23, 27, 28, 28, 38, 44, 46 and 49 yards. He missed a 33-yard attempt versus Missouri State, hit the left upright on a 39-yard attempt at Minnesota, and was wide left on a 50-yard attempt against Michigan State. Meyer’s 28-yard field goal at Ohio State was his 54th career field goal, tying Rob Houghtlin for second all-time. Only Nate Kaeding (67) has more career field goals. Meyer has 286 career points, good enough for third all-time. Only Kaeding (373) and Houghtlin (290) have scored more career points. Meyer’s 50-yarder against Northern Illinois on Sept. 1, 2012 tied his career long (at Iowa State, 2011). In 2012, he made four treys against NIU and Michigan State, which matches his career high (at Iowa State, 2011 and at Indiana, 2010). His five attempts vs. NIU ties Iowa’s single-game record, which he also shares (at Indiana in 2010). Meyer ranks fifth in the Big Ten kick scoring (7.3) and is tied for third in the conference with nine field goals. He has made 54-70 (.771) career field goal attempts. Meyer is 38-45 (.844) from kicks 39 yards and closer; 13-19 (.684) from attempts 40-49 yards; and 2-5 (.400) from kicks 50 yards or farther. The native of Dubuque, Iowa, has made a school-record 105 consecutive PAT attempts, which is the fourth-longest active streak in the nation and ranks sixthbest all-time in the Big Ten. His four PAT’s against Central Michigan in 2012 put him past All-Pro Nate Kaeding’s previous record of 60 straight. Meyer’s last PAT miss was in a 37-6 win over Michigan State on Oct. 30, 2010, in Iowa City. Yardage 19-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Made-Att. 28-30 11-16 13-19 2-5

2013 IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP
This group helps formulate policies and enters into team decision-making matters regarding the program. Seniors LB Anthony Hitchens LB Christian Kirksey LS Casey Kreiter DB B.J. Lowery LB James Morris OL Brett Van Sloten Juniors WR Kevonte Martin-Manley OL Brandon Scherff RB Mark Weisman Sophomores OL Austin Blythe DB Jordan Lomax DL Drew Ott QB Jake Rudock Redshirt Freshmen QB C.J. Breathard OL Ryan Ward

MEYER EARNS A STAR Senior PK Mike Meyer was named a Lou Groza Star of the Week after his 11-point performance at Minnesota on Sept. 28. Meyer, a Dubuque native, moved to third in career field goals and career scoring after connecting on three field goals and scoring 11 points in the win at Minnesota. He connected from 49 yards to give Iowa a 3-0 first quarter advantage and added a 23-yard kick in the third quarter. His 46-yard field goal provided the final margin with 4:48 remaining in the game. He made both PAT attempts against the Gophers, increasing his streak to 100 consecutive PATs. FIEDOROWICZ STREAK HITS 25 GAMES TE C.J. Fiedorowicz has recorded at least one reception in 25 consecutive games, a streak that ranks second among active FBS tight ends. Fiedorowicz has 74 catches for 695 yards over the last 25 games, and has caught all seven career touchdowns during the streak. Fiedorowicz is one of 29 players named to the John Mackey Award Midseason Watch List. He has 15 receptions for 127 yards and a team-high three touchdowns this season. He is one of five tight ends from the Big Ten named to the list. Former Hawkeye Dallas Clark won the award in 2002.
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INSTANT REPLAY
Listed below are all the plays that have been reviewed in an Iowa game in 2013.
Game (Rvs) N. Illinois (2) Missouri St (1) Iowa St (2) W. Michigan (1) Minnesota (1) Michigan St (0) Ohio State (1) Northwestern Wisconsin Purdue Michigan Nebraska Review (Upheld/Reversed) Kirksey fumble return (upheld)*__ Rudock rushing TD (upheld) Mo. St. interception return (upheld) Weisman rushing TD (reversed) spot of ISU reception (upheld) Iowa fumble (upheld) Minnesota interception (upheld) --Spot of OSU rush (reversed) -----------

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HITCHENS LEADS DEFENSE College Sports Madness named senior linebacker Anthony Hitchens its Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week for his play in Iowa’s 27-21 win at Iowa State on Sept. 14. Hitchens recorded 10 tackles, including a shared tackle for loss, as the Iowa defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards and held ISU to seven points until midway through the fourth quarter. Hitchens leads the defense with 70 tackles, including 5.5 tackles for loss, one QB sack and a pass break-up. He ranks second in the Big Ten in tackles per game (10), and leads the Big Ten in conference games only, averaging 11 tackles per game. The native of Lorain, Ohio, surpassed 200 tackles with his tackle total (team-best 10 stops) in Iowa’s win at Minnesota on Sept. 28. He has 228 career tackles. LEADING LINEBACKERS Iowa has three linebackers ranked among the Big Ten’s top 15 tacklers. Senior LBs Anthony Hitchens, James Morris, and Christian Kirksey rank second, ninth, and 15th, respectively, among Big Ten leading tacklers. Hitchens averages 9.8 tackles per game, Morris averages 7.2, and Kirksey averages 7.0 tackles per game. Hitchens averages 11 tackles in Big Ten games, tying for the conference lead. Morris averages 10.7 tackles in Big Ten play, good enough for fourth among conference leaders. All three linebackers are on the Butkus Award Watch List. Iowa’s linebacker trio has also accounted for five turnovers this season. LB James Morris has three interceptions, and Kirksey has an interception and a fumble recovery. In their careers, Morris has been credited with double-digit tackle games 17 times, Hitchens 12 times, and Kirksey 10 times. All three have totaled over 200 career tackles. COLLECTING INTERCEPTIONS The Hawkeyes have recorded nine interceptions through seven games, tied for the 23rd highest total in the country. Only Northwestern (13), Nebraska (11) and Michigan (11) have more among Big Ten schools. DB B.J. Lowery and LB James Morris lead Iowa with three interceptions. SS Tanner Miller has two, and LB Christian Kirksey has one. In Iowa’s 59-3 win over Western Michigan, Lowery returned two interceptions for touchdowns, which is a single-game school record, and ties for the secondmost in a single game in NCAA history (Houston’s Johnny Jackson returned three for TDs in 1987). Lowery is the second Big Ten player in the BCS era (since 1998) with two interceptions returned for touchdowns in a single game. Since the start of the 2008 season, Iowa has collected 92 interceptions. Iowa had 10 interceptions in 2011, with two of those being returned for touchdowns (89 yards by DB Shaun Prater and 98 yards by DB Tanner Miller). Iowa’s defense also registered 10 interceptions in 2012. The 10 passes intercepted ranked 65th in the country. Two of the 10 thefts were returned for touchdowns, both by linebacker Christian Kirksey (68 -yarder vs. Minnesota and 18 yards at Indiana). The interception return against Minnesota is the third longest in school history. The Hawkeyes have had an interception return for a touchdown in each of the last six years, including two this season. Iowa has had an interception return for a score in 11 of the last 13 seasons and 11 of 15 seasons under Kirk Ferentz. Additionally, the Hawkeyes had a fumble return for a touchdown (Christian Kirksey, 52 yards) in the 2013 season-opener.

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IOWA IN OVERTIME
Iowa holds a 5-3 record in overtime games. Iowa won its first overtime contest, defeating Penn State 26-23 on Nov. 4, 2000, in State College, Pa. The Hawkeyes are 1-2 in single overtime, 3-0 in double overtime and 1-1 in triple overtime. Iowa is 1-1 in overtime in Kinnick Stadium and 4-2 in overtime road games. Following are Iowa’s overtime games: Date Result OT’s Opponent 11/4/00 W, 26-23 Double at Penn State 9/28/02 W, 42-35 Single at Penn State 10/22/05 L, 23-20 Single vs. Michigan 9/09/06 W, 20-13 Triple at Syracuse 10/27/07 W, 34-27 Double vs. Michigan St. 11/14/09 L, 27-24 Single at Ohio State 9/10/11 L, 44-41 Triple at Iowa State 10/13/12 W, 19-16 Double at Michigan St.

CONSECUTIVE GAMES, NOT SHUTOUT
School Games Last Shutout Michigan 356 Oct. 20, 1984 (26-0 at Iowa) Ohio State 247 Nov. 20, 1993 (28-0 at Michigan) Nebraska 222 Sept. 21, 1996 (26-0 at Arizona State) Wisconsin 210 Aug. 24, 1997 (34-0 vs. Syracuse) IOWA 162 Oct. 14, 2000 (31-0 at Illinois) Michigan State 160 Oct. 21, 2000 (14-0 at Michigan) Indiana 154 Oct. 14, 2000 (58-0 at Michigan) Penn State 150 Oct. 6, 2001 (20-0 vs. Michigan) Northwestern 126 Sept. 27, 2003 (20-0 at Ohio State) Minnesota 25 Oct. 1, 2011 (58-0 at Michigan) Illinois 11 Oct. 13, 2012 (45-0 at Michigan) Purdue 0 Oct. 19, 2013 (14-0 at Michigan State)

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NOSE FOR THE END ZONE Iowa has scored touchdowns five different ways this season – pass (11), rush (9), punt return (2), interception return (2) and fumble return (1). The Hawkeyes scored touchdowns four different ways against Western Michigan -- QB Jake Rudock threw a pair of touchdowns; RB Mark Weisman and RB Jordan Canzeri each rushed for a score; WR Kevonte Martin-Manley returned two punts for touchdowns; and DB B.J. Lowery returned two interceptions for a score. That contest marks the first game in school history in which Iowa has scored four non-offensive touchdowns. In Iowa’s season opener, LB Christian Kirksey returned a fumble for a touchdown. 200 YARDS AND A CLOUD OF DUST Iowa opened the season with five straight games of 200-plus yards rushing (202 vs. Northern Illinois; 296 vs. Missouri State; 218 at Iowa State; 258 vs. Western Michigan; 246 at Minnesota). During those five games, Iowa’s offensive line paved the way for 1,220 rushing yards on 263 attempts. It marked the first time the Hawkeyes rushed for 200-plus yards in five consecutive games since a six-game streak spanning the 1996-97 seasons (1996 – 227 at Minnesota; 217 vs. Texas Tech; 1997 – 379 vs. UNI; 408 vs. Tulsa; 233 at Iowa State; 219 vs. Illinois). Iowa averages 254.5 rushing yards in its four wins this season, rushing 221 times for 1,018 yards. Iowa rushed 60 times for 218 yards in a 27-21 win over Iowa State. The 60 rushing attempts ties for the most in a single-game under head coach Kirk Ferentz. The last time Iowa had 60 carries was Sept. 4, 2004 against Kent State. Iowa rushed for 296 yards in a 28-14 win over Missouri State. The 296 rushing yards are the most for an Iowa team since rushing for 301 yards vs. Illinois on Oct. 1, 2005. Iowa’s 58 rush attempts against Missouri State mark Iowa’s third highest single-game total under Ferentz. The Hawkeyes matched that total against Western Michigan, rushing 58 times for 258 yards. Iowa’s offensive line has yielded just five sacks this season, a total that ranks seventh in the country and third in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes’ starters on the offensive line include tackles Brett Van Sloten and Brandon Scherff, guards Jordan Walsh and Conor Boffeli and center Austin Blythe. Junior Andrew Donnal has shared time with Walsh throughout Iowa’s first seven games. OFFENSE INCREASES TEMPO, CONTROLS T.O.P. The Hawkeyes rank fifth in the Big Ten in time of possession, averaging 32:25 per game. The Hawkeyes have had the advantage in time of possession in five of seven games this season, and have owned a time of possession greater than 36 minutes in all four of their victories (38:18 vs. Missouri State; 38:03 at Iowa State; 36:11 vs. Western Michigan; 36:01 at Minnesota). Furthermore, Iowa maintained possession for 38-plus minutes in back-to-back games for the first time under Kirk Ferentz (38:18 vs. Missouri State; 38:03 at Iowa State). Iowa ran 80-plus plays in its first three games this season, marking the first time under coach Kirk Ferentz the Hawkeyes have taken 80-plus snaps in three consecutive games. The Hawkeyes took 80 snaps in the season opener, 85 in Week 2, and 83 in Week 3. Iowa had 76 offensive plays vs. Western Michigan, and 70 in the win at Minnesota.

The Cy-Hawk Series is in its tenth season in 2013-14, being sponsored for the third time by Iowa Corn. Iowa currently leads the series, 5-2, after victories in women’s soccer (3-0) and football (27-21). The Hawkeyes’ win in women’s soccer was worth two points, while Iowa was rewarded with three points for its win in football. Iowa State registered a 3-1 win in volleyball last weekend in Iowa City to post its first two points in the series. Iowa leads the all-time series, 5-4, after capturing the Cy-Hawk Series a year ago by a 17-9 margin. Iowa also captured the inaugural Cy-Hawk Series in 2004-05 (13-8), and won again in 2006-07 (13-8), 2008-09 (21-4) and 2010-11 (15-11). Iowa State won the competition in 2005-06 (13-8), 2007-08 (18-9), 2009-10 (16-11), and 2011-12 (18-12). The 12-event series awards two points (except football, which is worth three) to the winning school in each head-to-head match-up between the two institutions. Additionally, one point is awarded to an institution if the graduation rate of its studentathletes is greater than the national average as reported each fall by the NCAA. A commemorative Cy-Hawk Series Cup, which stands 31 inches tall and weighs 19 pounds, is displayed on the winning team’s campus for an entire year after a victory. Replica cups are also presented as “traveling trophies” for individual victorious teams in the headto-head competition. This season’s Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series schedule is listed below. All events are worth two points, except football, which is worth three points. Date Event Site/Result 9/6 Women’s Soccer W, 3-0 9/14 Football W, 27-21 9/21 Volleyball L, 3-1 11/15 Men’s Cross Country Ames 11/15 Women’s Cross Country Ames 12/1 Wrestling Ames 12/12 Women’s Basketball Ames 12/13 Men’s Basketball Ames 12/13 Women’s Swimming & Diving Ames 3/7 Women’s Gymnastics Ames 4/23 Softball Ames

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HAWKEYES ON PRESEASON LISTS
Austin Blythe Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Damon Bullock Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List Jordan Cotton College Football Performance Awards Kickoff Returner Trophy Watch List Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by Athlon Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by Phil Steele Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by College Sports Madness Carl Davis Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness C.J. Fiedorowicz John Mackey Award Watch List College Football Performance Awards Tight End Trophy Watch List Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Anthony Hitchens Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List Butkus Award Watch List Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Christian Kirksey Butkus Award Watch List College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Mike Meyer Lou Groza Award Watch List College Football Performance Awards Placekicker Trophy Watch List Preseason second team All-Big Ten placekicker by Athlon Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele James Morris Butkus Award Watch List Bednarik Award Watch List Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List Nagurski Award Watch List College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Athlon Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Brandon Scherff Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Athlon Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Mark Weisman Maxwell Award Watch List Doak Walker Award Watch List College Football Performance Awards Running Back Trophy Watch List Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

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LOWERY CHANGES POSSESSION, CHANGES THE SCORE DB B.J. Lowery returned two interceptions for touchdowns against Western Michigan in Week 4, which is a single-game school record, and ties for the second-most in a single game in NCAA history (Houston’s Johnny Jackson returned three for TDs in 1987). He is the second Big Ten player in the BCS era (since 1998) with two interceptions returned for touchdowns in a single game. Lowery has three interceptions this season, and four for his career. He intercepted his first pass of the season in the fourth quarter against Iowa State, changing possession for the Hawkeyes after Iowa State had recovered an onside kick. His three interceptions tie for fourth in the Big Ten. He has eight pass breakups and 11 passes defended, both marks that rank second in the Big Ten. REMOVE THE REDSHIRT True freshmen RB LeShun Daniels, Jr., DB Desmond King, LB Reggie Spearman, and WR Matt VandeBerg have all seen action this season. Daniels has carried 23 times for 98 yards, while VandeBerg has caught six passes for 53 yards. Spearman made four tackles in his Hawkeye debut against Western Michigan, appearing on special teams and defense. King is the only Iowa true freshman to see action in each of Iowa’s seven games. He has started the last six contests and has 41 tackles this season, the fourth-most on the team. RECEIVERS STEP UP IN MARTIN-MANLEY’S ABSENSE Three Hawkeyes matched or set car eer bests against Michigan State on Oct. 5. WR Tevaun Smith caught a career-best six passes for a career-high 59 yards. Smith’s 36-yard reception in the second quarter was a career long. RB Damon Bullock matched his career high with five catches for a career-high 71 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown. WR Matt VandeBerg caught a career-best four receptions for a career-high 36 yards. All three Hawkeyes saw more passes after WR Kevonte MartinManley, Iowa’s leading receiver, left the game in the second quarter with a leg injury.

IN-SEASON BIRTHDAYS
Aug. 4 Aug. 7 Aug. 12 Aug. 13 Aug. 17 Aug. 18 Aug. 21 Aug. 22 Aug. 26 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 Will Kincart (1994) Colin Goebel (1994) Andre Harris (1995) Ryan Ward (1993) Cole Fisher (1992) Casey Kreiter (1990) Reggie Spearman (1996) Derrick Mitchell (1995) Mitch Keppy (1993) Nic Shimonek (1994) Eric Simmons (1992) Conor Boffeli (1991) Marshall Koehn (1992) Christian Kirksey (1992) B.J. Lowery (1991) Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 15 Sept. 18 Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Oct. 5 Oct. 9 Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 22 Palmer Foster (1991) Quinton Alston (1993) Louis Trinca-Pasat (1991) Connor Kornbrath (1993) Macon Plewa (1992) Marcus Collins (1992) Jon Wisnieski (1994) Adam Cox (1992) Ruben Lile (1994) Ike Boettger (1994) George Kittle (1993) Derrick Willies (1994) Jordan Lomax (1993) C.J. Fiedorowicz (1991) Kevonte Martin-Manley (1992) Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Nov. 2 Nov. 6 Nov. 16 Nov. 20 Nov. 22 Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Ray Hamilton (1992) Mark Weisman (1991) Damond Powell (1992) Brett Van Sloten (1990) Melvin Spears (1992) C.J. Beathard (1993) James Morris (1991) Reid Sealby (1993) Barkley Hill (1993) Steve Ferentz (1993) Gavin Smith (1990) Maurice Fleming (1993) Laron Taylor (1993) Sean Skradis (1992) Solomon Warfield (1994) Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 17 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 25 Dec. 26 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jordan Walsh (1992) Desmond King (1994) Tanner Miller (1991) Jacob Hillyer (1991) Nolan MacMillan (1990) David Tann (1993) Cole Croston (1993) Josey Jewell (1994) Brandon Scherff (1991) Darian Cooper (1993) Don Shumpert (1992)

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IOWA CAREER SCORING
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Name Nate Kaeding Rob Houghtlin Mike Meyer Tom Nichol Kyle Schlicher Pts 373 290 286 277 260 TD-PAT-FG Years 1-166-67 2000-03 0-128-54 1985-87 0-124-54 2010-pr. 0-142-45 1981-84 0-107-51 2004-06

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IOWA PROGRAM NOTES • Iowa defeated a team ranked in the top five in the nation, in the Associated Press rankings, in 2008 (Penn State), 2009 (Penn State) and 2010 (Michigan State), along with defeating 13th-ranked Michigan in 2011. • Iowa’s 34-24 loss at No. 3/4 Ohio State snapped the Hawkeyes’ three-game winning streak against top 5 teams. The Hawkeyes had previously won their last three meetings against teams ranked in the top 5 (W, 24-23 vs. #3 Penn State in 2008; W, 21-10 at #4 Penn State in 2009; W, 37-6 vs. #5 Michigan State in 2010). • Iowa fans are known for their support of Hawkeye athletics, and the attendance figures from 2012-13 support that claim. Iowa was one of four programs in the nation to rank among the top 25 in attendance for football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball events in 2012-13. In addition, Iowa was the only program in the nation to rank among the top 25 in attendance a year ago in football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and wrestling. • Iowa earned Big Ten Conference championships in 2002 and 2004 and placed second in 2009. Iowa (8-0, 2002) is one of three Big Ten teams to post a perfect mark in conference play since 1998 (BCS era). • Iowa has ranked in the top 10 in the final Associated Press and CNN/USA Today coaches polls in four of the past 11 seasons, including a ranking of seventh in both polls at the conclusion of the 2009 season. Iowa ranked eighth in 2002, 2003 and 2004 and the Hawkeyes were also 20th in 2008. • Iowa established a school record with 11 wins in 2002 (11-2) and matched that record in 2009. In 2009, Iowa started 9-0 and won 10 regular season games for just the fourth time in school history. • Iowa won 10 or more games in three consecutive years (2002-04) for the first time in school history. • Iowa compiled an eight-year record of 85-42 (.669), 2002-11, including a 50-30 Big Ten record. The 85 victories tied as the 17th best total in the nation. • Kirk Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year three times (2002, 2004 & 2009) and he was named National Coach of the Year in 2002. Ferentz joins Michigan’s Bo Schembechler (four), Iowa’s Hayden Fry (three) and Penn State’s Joe Paterno (three) as the only coaches to be honored in more than two seasons. • Iowa has had national award winners in: Robert Gallery (2003 Outland, Top Lineman); Brad Banks (2002 Davey O’Brien, Top Quarterback; 2002 Associated Press National Player of the Year); Dallas Clark (2002 Mackey, Top Tight End); Nate Kaeding (2002 Groza, Top Kicker); Shonn Greene (2008 Doak Walker, Top Running Back). • Iowa has appeared in the final Associated Press poll 22 times in program history, a total that ranks 25th best in the country. • Three former Hawkeyes are broadcasters on BTN in 2013. Chuck Long, the Hawkeyes’ all-time leading passer and the 1985 Heisman Trophy runner-up, will serve as a game color broadcaster and in-studio analyst. Iowa City native Paul Burmeister, who guided Iowa to the 1993 Alamo Bowl, will call play-by-play. Former wide receiver Danan Hughes returns as an in-studio and game analyst. Hughes also worked for the network during baseball season. • The Hawkeyes have had at least one former player on a Super Bowl roster for 10 consecutive seasons, the eighth longest streak of any program in the country. Nebraska has had a former player on a Super Bowl roster for 20 consecutive years, followed by Purdue (14), Ohio State (12), LSU (12), Georgia (12), Illinois (12), Florida (11), Iowa (10), and Texas (8).

IOWA CAREER FIELD GOALS
1. 2. 4. 5. Name Nate Kaeding Rob Houghtlin Mike Meyer Kyle Schlicher Tom Nichol FGs Years 67 2000-03 54 1985-87 54 2010-pr. 51 2004-06 45 1981-84

IOWA CAREER TACKLES
Name 5. Chad Greenway 6. Fred Barr 7. Tom Rusk 8. Matt Hughes 9. James Morris 10. Bob Sanders Total 416 376 361 354 349 348 Solo 252 217 247 206 155 235 Ast. 164 159 114 148 194 113 Years 2002-05 1999-02 1975-78 1995-98 2010-pr. 2000-03

-------------------------------------------------------------------16. Mike Wells 313 17. Damien Robinson 291 18. Jason Olejniczak 275 19. Todd Simonsen 272 20. Rick Penney 270 21. Jeremiha Hunter 269 22. Pat Dean 266 23. Rod Barnhart 264 24. John Derby 262 25. Craig Clemons 261 26. Jared DeVries 260 Christian Kirksey 260 185 183 176 152 178 87 170 165 151 182 164 128 128 108 99 120 92 182 96 99 111 79 96 132 1990-93 1993-96 1990-93 1979-81 1972-75 2007-10 1978-81 1967-69 1988-91 1969-71 1995-98 2010-pr.

IOWA CONSECUTIVE PAT’S MADE
1. 2. Name Mike Meyer Nate Kaeding No. Seasons 105 2011-pr. 60 2001-02

IOWA CAREER RUSHING
Name 16. Ed Podolak 17. Bill Reichardt 18. Jim Jensen 19. David Hudson 20. Tim Sullivan 21. Rick Bayless 22. Damian Simms 25. Mark Weisman Att-Yards 407-1710 384-1665 367-1,661 340-1,629 357-1,584 317-1,561 279-1,504 295-1,491 TDs 14 6 9 24 15 13 13 10 Years 1966-68 1949-51 1972-75 1985-88 1967-70 1984-87 2004-07 2012-pr.

2013 ANNIVERSARIES
10 Years 2003 team that went 10-3 overall and defeated No. 15 Florida, 37-17, in the Outback Bowl. 50 Years 1963 season finale vs. Notre Dame, scheduled for Nov. 23, was cancelled following the assasination of President John F. Kennedy (Nov. 22, 1963).

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HAWKEYES IN THE NFL
Iowa football players have a long tradition of being well prepared for professional football following their college playing careers. Since 2010, 19 Hawkeyes have been selected in the NFL Draft, more than any other Big Ten School.
Former Hawkeye, Current NFL Team Pat Angerer, Indianapolis Colts Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay Packers Scott Chandler, Buffalo Bills Dallas Clark, Baltimore Ravens Adrian Clayborn, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Colin Cole, Carolina Panthers Mike Daniels, Green Bay Packers Bradley Fletcher, Philadelphia Eagles Adam Gettis, Washington Redskins Charles Godfrey, Carolina Panthers Shonn Greene, Tennessee Titans Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings Micah Hyde, Green Bay Karl Klug, Tennessee Titans Marvin McNutt, Jr., Carolina Panthers Brandon Myers, New York Giants Shaun Prater, Philadelphia Eagles Riley Reiff, Detroit Lions Allen Reisner, Jacksonville Jaguars Jeff Tarpinian, Carolina Panthers Matt Tobin, Philadelphia Eagles Julian Vandervelde, Philadelphia Eagles Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens Markus Zusevics, New England Patriots

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IOWA FOOTBALL AND THE NFL • Since 2006, Iowa has had nine players start at cornerback, and seven of those nine are currently in the NFL. • Iowa leads the Big Ten with 19 NFL Draft picks the past four years. Three of the 19 have been first round selections, which tie for second among Big Ten schools. • For the third straight year, Iowa had six players selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, and for the third straight year that list included a first round selection (OL Riley Reiff). • Iowa and Alabama were the only two college football programs to have a first round draft selection in 2009, 2010 and 2011. • Iowa had six players drafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, which tied for the most in the Big Ten and tied for fourth in the country. • Iowa was the only program to have three defensive linemen selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, and all three were on NFL rosters in 2012. • In NFL 2011 regular season statistics, former Hawkeye linebackers Chad Greenway (Minnesota) and Pat Angerer (Indianapolis) finished third and fourth, respectively, in tackles. • Former Hawkeyes Marshal Yanda (Baltimore OL) and Chad Greenway (Minnesota LB) were named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in their respective NFL careers in 2012. • Three former Hawkeyes were involved in the 2012 Super Bowl. DB Tyler Sash played for the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, while LB Jeff Tarpinian was on the injured reserve roster of the New England Patriots. Former Iowa center Brian Ferentz, now is his second year as Iowa’s offensive line coach, was New England’s tight ends coach. • Former Iowa DB Sean Considine and OL Marshal Yanda won Super Bowl rings with the 2012 Baltimore Ravens in the most recent Super Bowl. • Every Iowa senior starting tight end (nine) under Kirk Ferentz has been drafted in the NFL or made an NFL team in his first year as a rookie. • The Iowa football program is represented by 26 players on 2013 NFL active rosters and practice squads (as of Sept. 1). • Iowa tied for ninth nationally (second among Big Ten teams) in number former players active in the NFL in 2012, behind Miami (FL), USC, Texas, Tennessee, Ohio State, Georgia and LSU. • All 11 members of Iowa’s starting defensive unit in 2008 were either drafted or signed to NFL free agent contracts following the drafts. • Over the past 11 years, 106 of 119 (89%) of Iowa’s senior starters have been drafted in the NFL or signed NFL free agent contracts. • At least one Iowa Hawkeye has been selected in every NFL Draft since 1978.
BEST IN THE BIG TEN Iowa has posted a 6-4 bowl record under head coach Kirk Ferentz. Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl games, than Iowa. Following is the record for Big Ten teams in bowl games since 2001: BCS BCS Team Record Pct. Record Team Record Pct. Record Iowa 6-4 .600 1-1 Purdue 3-5 .375 0-1 Ohio State 5-5 .500 5-3 Michigan State 3-5 .375 0-0 Penn State 5-5 .500 1-1 Wisconsin 4-7 .364 2-3 Illinois 2-2 .500 0-2 Michigan 3-7 .300 2-3 Nebraska 4-6 .400 1-1 Northwestern 1-6 .143 0-0 Minnesota 3-5 .375 0-0 Indiana 0-1 .000 0-0
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CAPTAINS BY WEEK
Game Players N. Illinois Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey Missouri St. Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey Iowa State Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey W. Michigan Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey Minnesota Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey Michigan St. Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey Ohio State - - N’western - - Wisconsin - - Purdue --Michigan --Nebraska ---

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Player Kevonte Martin-Manley Mike Meyer Mark Weisman Anthony Hitchens B.J. Lowery Mark Weisman Mike Meyer Jake Rudock B.J. Lowery James Morris Mike Meyer Jake Rudock Jordan Cotton James Morris Jake Ruddock Connor Kornbrath Mark Weisman Christian Kirksey Anthony Hitchens Category Punt Return Avg. PAT Kicking Pct. Rushing Attempts Tackles Passes Defended Rushing Field Goals/Game Total Offense Interceptions Interceptions Scoring (Kick) Passing Kick Return Avg. Tackles Passing Efficiency Punting All Purpose Tackles Tackles for Loss Stats 21.82 1.000 319.3 0.71 50.0 19.3 116 4.71 114.32 204.4 75.0 9 41.29 78.6 6.0 114.9 32:25 196.4 32.7 37.59 12 149 0.1 11 214.4 410.9 129.57 28.9 19.50 64.3 25.0 71.4 25.81 1.14 Stats Big Ten 25.8 1st 100.0 T-1st 126 2nd 10.0 2nd 1.33 3rd 96.6 3rd 1.29 T-3rd 227.7 5th 0.43 T-5th 0.43 T-5th 7.3 T-5th 206.7 6th 20.9 9th 7.9 T-9th 128.8 10th 39.7 10th 97.7 10th 7.0 T-15th 0.79 T-15th Big Ten 1st T-1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd T-3rd 4th 4th 4th T-4th 5th 5th 5th 6th 6th T-6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 9th 9th 10th 10th T-10th 12th 11th 11th 11th NCAA 1st --12th T-20th T-10th 29th T-37th 57th T-29th T-29th --65th 74th T-88th 71st 77th 115th T-148th --NCAA 3rd --12th T-7th T-14th 19th T-21st 24th 24th 26th --T-23rd T-31st 38th T-41st 16th 23rd 41st T-23rd 48th T-51st T-47th T-59th T-59th 80th 69th 71st 71st T-97th T-93rd T-110th 112th 113th T-114th

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HAWKEYES NAMED TO MIDSEASON TEAMS Both BTN.com and Phil Steele’s College Football released midseason all-Big Ten teams recently, and several Hawkeyes received recognition. Phil Steele named Kevonte MartinManley first team All-American specialist on the midseason team. Steele also named Martin-Manley and PK Mike Meyer as first team specialists, while RB Mark Weisman, OL Brandon Scherff, LB Anthony Hitchens and DB B.J. Lowery were named second team. TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, DE Dominic Alvis and LB James Morris earned third team recognition. BTN.com named junior Martin-Manley as its punt return specialist while naming just a first team unit. Hawkeyes who received honorable mention included Fiedorowicz, Scherff and Weisman on offense and Alvis, Lowery, Hitchens and Morris on defense. TOUCHDOWN IOWA! TOUCHDOWN CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY Senior LB Christian Kirksey forced and recovered a fumble in the second quarter against Northern Illinois, returning it 52 yards for his third career touchdown. The 52-yard fumble return ranks as the third longest fumble return in school history and gives Kirksey two of the six longest in school history (45 yards vs. Penn State in 2012). Kirksey returned two interceptions for touchdowns in 2012 (vs. Minnesota, at Indiana). He was one of eight players nationally with two touchdowns on interception returns. He added his first theft of the season in the win at Minnesota. With his third career touchdown in the opening game against Northern Illinois, Kirksey is believed to be one of three Iowa players to score three career defensive touchdowns, joining former defensive backs Tom Knight and Micah Hyde. MORRIS NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK LB James Morris was named Big Ten Conference defensive Player of the Week for his play in the 23-7 win at Minnesota. Morris, a Solon, Iowa, native, recorded eight tackles against the Gophers, just behind the team-leading 10 tackles of fellow senior linebacker Anthony Hitchens. Morris added a quarterback sack and collected his second interception of the season with four minutes remaining to stop Minnesota’s final drive. The Big Ten honor is the first for Morris and came one week after teammate B.J. Lowery, a senior defensive back, earned the same honor for his play in Iowa’s win over Western Michigan. KORNBRATH RECOGNIZED BY CFPA The College Football Performance Award recognized sophomore punter Connor Kornbrath for his play in Iowa’s win over Western Michigan as he was named honorable mention Punter of the Week. Kornbrath averaged 47 yards on three punts, with a long of 55 yards. One of his three punts was downed at the WMU eight-yard line and the Broncos
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Team Statistics Category Punt Returns PAT Kicking Total Defense QB Sacks Allowed Third Down Conversions Scoring Defense First Downs Allowed Fewest Penalties/Game Pass Efficiency Defense Passing Defense Field Goal Pct. Interceptions Fewest Yards Penalized Red Zone Defense Punt Return Defense Rushing Defense Time of Possession Rushing Offense Third Down Defense Net Punting Turnovers Gained First Downs Gained Turnover Margin Turnovers Lost Passing Offense Total Offense Pass Efficiency Scoring Offense KO Returns Fourth Down Defense Fourth Down Conversions Red Zone Offense KO Coverage QB Sacks

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had just one yard on one return. For the season, Kornbrath is averaging 39.87 yards on 34 punts. Sixteen of his punts have been downed inside the 20, six are over 50 yards, and Hawkeye opponents are averaging just six yards on 12 returns. OFFENSE-DEFENSE, IT’S A COIN FLIP Through seven games, Iowa has received the opening kickoff four times, and started the game on defense three times. The Hawkeyes are 3-0 starting on defense, forcing a punt on the opponent’s first possession each game. Iowa is 1-3 this season when starting on offense. In those four games, the Hawkeyes have one opening scoring drive– a 12-play, 80-yard touchdown drive at Ohio State. Iowa has punted on its opening possession three times when starting the game on offense. In 2013, the Hawkeyes started on offense against Northern Illinois (L, 30-27) at Minnesota (W, 23-7), against Michigan State (L, 26-14), and at Ohio State (L, 34-24). Iowa started on defense against Missouri State (W, 28-14), at Iowa State (W, 27-21), and against Western Michigan (W, 59-3). Since 1999, Iowa has started the game on offense in 147-of-181 games under Kirk Ferentz. In the 34 games Iowa has started on defense, the Hawkeyes are 19-15. TROPHY GAMES The Hawkeyes are 2-for-2 in trophy games this season following their 23-7 win at Minnesota on Sept. 28 to retain Floyd of Rosedale. Iowa won the first of four trophy games this season with a 27-21 win at Iowa State on Sept. 14. The Hawkeyes will attempt to reclaim the Heartland Trophy against Wisconsin on Nov. 2, and win its first Heroes Trophy at Nebraska on Nov. 29. CLOSE GAMES THE NORM FOR IOWA One season after leading the country in games decided by three points or less, the Hawkeyes opened 2013 with a game decided by a field goal in the final seconds. Northern Illinois defeated the Hawkeyes 30-27 with a field goal in the closing seconds (:04) of the season opener. Iowa has played 18 games decided by three points or less since 2009. The Hawkeyes went 4-1 in those games in 2009, 1-3 in 2010, 0-2 in 2011, 2-4 in 2012, and 0-1 in 2013. Three of Iowa’s losses in the last two seasons have come on the last offensive play of the game. Iowa ranks among the nation’s best in fourth quarter comebacks since 2009. The Hawkeyes mounted their ninth comeback when trailing in the fourth quarter, since 2009, at Michigan State on Oct. 13, 2012, winning in double overtime. IOWA AMONG TOP 25 IN WINS, 2002-13 Iowa has posted 93 wins since the start of the 2002 season, which ranks as the 22nd highest total in Division I football. The list includes the following: Boise State (133); Oklahoma (124); Ohio State (124); LSU (122); USC (120); Texas (116); Georgia (114); Virginia Tech (114); TCU (113); Florida (110); Alabama (111); Oregon (109); Wisconsin (107); West Virginia (105); Auburn (103); Florida State (103); Utah (102); Texas Tech (99); Nebraska (97); Michigan (96); Miami, FL (96); Iowa (93); Boston College (88); Hawai’i (87).

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IOWA IN B1G STANDINGS SINCE 2002
TEAM W-L 1. Ohio State 68-15* 2. Michigan 58-33 3. Wisconsin 57-35 4. IOWA 53-38 5. Michigan State 47-44 6. Northwestern 41-50 7. Purdue 40-51 8. Minnesota 31-60 9. Illinois 23-67 10. Indiana 16-75 11. Nebraska 14-4 # 12. Penn State 7-36 ^ * Ohio State vacated wins from 2010 season ^ Penn State vacated wins from 2008-11 seasons # Nebraska joined conference in 2011

IOWA IN B1G STANDINGS SINCE 2008
TEAM W-L 1. Michigan State 30-13 2. Wisconsin 28-16 3. Ohio State 28-7 * 4. IOWA 22-21 5. Northwestern 21-22 6. Michigan 20-23 7. Purdue 15-28 8. Nebraska 14-4 # 9. Minnesota 13-30 10. Illinois 11-31 11. Penn State 7-12 ^ 12. Indiana 6-37 * Ohio State vacated wins from 2010 season ^ Penn State vacated wins from 2008-11 seasons # Nebraska joined conference in 2011

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LOWERY, MARTIN-MANLEY HONORED Junior WR Kevonte Martin-Manley and senior CB B.J. Lowery earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors for their play in Iowa’s 59-3 win over Western Michigan on Sept. 21. Lowery earned the Big Ten honor for defense, while MartinManley earned the award for his special teams play. The College Football Performance Awards also named Lowery and Martin-Manley as the national Performers of the Week for defense and special teams, respectively. Lowery was also named the Jim Thorpe national Defensive Back of the Week and national defensive Player of the Week by College Sports Madness. Martin-Manley was named Big Ten special teams Player of the Week after recording punt return touchdowns of 83 and 63 yards, both in the second quarter. He is the first conference player to ever return back-toback-punts for touchdowns. Martin-Manley ended the game with 184 yards on four returns. He is just the third player in Big Ten history with two punt return touchdowns in a game, and the first since 1983. The 184 yards ranks second best all-time in the Big Ten, behind Nile Kinnick’s record of 201 yards on nine returns, set in 1939. Just one player in NCAA Division I history has three punt return touchdowns in a game. Martin-Manley began the day with a 44-yard return to set up a field goal on Iowa’s first possession. With the Hawkeyes leading 10-0 in the second period, Martin-Manley scored on an 83-yard return, which ties as the seventh longest in school history. Martin-Manley struck just 59 seconds later with the 63-yard return, which ranks as the 20th longest in Iowa annals. Lowery’s first score of the day was a 35-yard return with 56 seconds remaining in the second period. His second touchdown covered 13 yards and came on Western Michigan’s first possession of the third period. Lowery is the first Hawkeye ever with two interception return touchdowns in a single game and the second Big Ten player to accomplish the feat since 1998. Lowery scored the first touchdowns of his career against Western Michigan and added one solo tackle and three assists. Lowery is tied for the team lead with three interceptions in six games, as his first theft of the season came in the 27-21 win at Iowa State. Lowery has four career interceptions. HAWKEYES GOOD ON THE POINT AFTER The Hawkeyes have converted on 106 consecutive PATs without a miss or block, and 37 consecutive games without a missed or blocked PAT, the seventh-longest streak of any school in the nation.

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LINEBACKING TRIO ON BUTKAS AWARD WATCH LIST Seniors James Morris, Christian Kirksey and Anthony Hitchens are on the Butkus Award Watch List, which honors the nation’s top linebacker. Iowa joins Notre Dame, BYU and UCLA as the only four schools in the country to have a trio named to that watch list. In addition to his selection to the Butkus Award Watch List, Hitchens was named to the Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List. Hitchens earned honorable mention recognition from the Big Ten coaches and media after starting 11 games last season, missing one game with an injury. He ranks second in the Big Ten with 10.0 tackles per game this season. A year ago, he led the team with 124 tackles, while collecting 56 solo stops and 68 assists. He has 228 career tackles. Morris has been a starting linebacker for the Hawkeyes since his true freshman season in 2010. Last season, he ranked third in the Big Ten and 31st in the nation in tackles per game (9.4). He has 349 career tackles to rank ninth in school history. He was named a Permanent Team Captain in 2012 while earning the Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat” Award and the Players Choice Award on defense. Morris earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors as a sophomore and junior after being named Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com as a freshman. The Solon, Iowa, native is also on the watch lists for the Bednarik Award, the Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Nagurski Award, and the College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy watch list. In addition, he garnered preseason second team All-Big Ten honors from Athlon, Phil Steele, and College Sports Madness. Kirksey ranks 15th in the Big Ten with 7.0 tackles per game. He collected 95 tackles as a junior, ranking ninth in the conference in tackles per contest (7.5). The St. Louis, Mo., native ranked first in the Big Ten and second in the nation with four recovered fumbles. He was one of eight players in the nation with two interception returns for touchdowns in 2012. Kirksey was named a Permanent Team Captain and winner of the Next Man in Award in 2012. Kirksey has 260 career tackles – tying former All-American Jared DeVries for 26th in career stops. He is also present on the College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List, and was named preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele. GLANCE AT THE SCHEDULE • The Hawkeyes opened Big Ten play with a 23-7 win at Minnesota on Sept. 28. It marked the 11th time in Kirk Ferentz’s 15 years at Iowa that the Hawkeyes have opened the conference season on the road. • Nine of Iowa’s 11 FBS opponents played in bowl games last season, while Ohio State posted a perfect 12-0 regular
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season record (OSU was not eligible for postseason play). • The Hawkeyes do not face Big Ten opponents Illinois, Penn State and Indiana this season. • Iowa has four trophy games on its slate in 2013: Iowa State (Cy-Hawk; W, 27-21), Minnesota (Floyd of Rosedale; W, 23-7), Wisconsin (Heartland), and Nebraska (Heroes). • Iowa’s schedule includes four teams who have first-year head coaches (Northern Illinois, Western Michigan, Purdue and Wisconsin), plus Ohio State, whose Urban Meyer is in his second year with the Buckeyes. Iowa did not face Ohio State the last two seasons. IOWA-OHIO STATE POSTGAME NOTES • Iowa fell to Ohio State, 34-24, inside Ohio Stadium on Oct. 19. • The loss was Iowa’s first against a top 5 team in its last four tries. The Hawkeyes had previously won their last three meetings against teams ranked in the top 5 (W, 24-23 vs. #3 Penn State in 2008; W, 21-10 at #4 Penn State in 2009; W, 37-6 vs. #5 Michigan State in 2010). • The Hawkeyes scored a touchdown on their opening drive for the first time this season. It was also the first time Ohio State allowed a touchdown on its opponent’s opening drive. • TE Jake Duzey finished the game with a career-high six catches for a career-best 138 yards, including an 85-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, the first touchdown reception of his career. • QB Jake Rudock finished the game with a career-high three touchdown passes. Rudock was 19-34 for 245 yards and one interception. • Iowa outscored Ohio State 10-3 in the first quarter. It was the first time this season Ohio State has been outscored in the first quarter. • Ohio State scored three points in the first quarter, snapping Iowa’s streak of five consecutive games holding its opponent without a first-quarter score. Ohio State’s field goal on its opening possession marked the time an Iowa opponent scored on its opening possession. • Iowa was 7-of-9 on third down in the first half. The Hawkeyes are the only team this season to convert seven or more third downs against Ohio State. • RB Carlos Hyde’s 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the first rushing touchdown allowed by Iowa this season. Iowa’s opponents had carried the ball 215 times since the Hawkeyes last surrendered a rushing touchdown. ALL IN THE FAMILY Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz has two of his three sons involved in the Iowa program this season. Brian, a former Hawkeye letterman (2003-05), is in his second season as Iowa’s offen facebook.com/hawkeyefootball

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sive line coach. Steven is an offensive lineman who is in his second season in the program as a redshirt freshman. His other son, James, was a three-year starter on the Hawkeye offensive line before graduating in May, 2013. FATHER’S FOOTSTEPS Iowa has seven players on its 2013 roster whose father played for the Hawkeyes. WR Jordan Cotton (Marshall in 1984-87), OL Cole Croston (Dave in 1984-86), OL Mitch Keppy (Myron in 1986-87), LS Tyler Kluver (Todd in 1986-87), TE George Kittle (Bruce in 1977-80), TE Peter Pekar (Jim in 1980-81) and DB Sean Skradis (Bryan in 1977-81). Additionally, freshman linebacker Luke Lindahl’s grandfather is former Hawkeye Wally Hilgenberg. FERENTZ FOURTH IN LONGEVITY Now in his 15th season as Iowa’s head football coach, Kirk Ferentz ranks fourth in longevity among FBS head coaches. Ferentz is first among Big Ten coaches and nationally ranks behind Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer, Larry Blakeney of Troy and Mack Brown of Texas. Ferentz is tied for fourth with Bob Stoops of Oklahoma. COACHING STAFF CHANGES Iowa’s coaching staff has four new faces in 2013. Assistant coaches Bobby Kennedy (wide receivers), Jim Reid (linebackers), and Chris White (running backs/special teams), and graduate assistant D.J. Hernandez, are in their first season on the Iowa sideline. Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker has added the responsibility of instructing Iowa’s defensive secondary. Parker coached the secondary for 13 seasons before being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2012. He will handle both assignments this season. Iowa has made six changes to the coaching staff since 2012, matching its combined total from the previous 13 years. Iowa had a total of six changes on its coaching staff from 1999-2011. BEST DECADE FOR IOWA FOOTBALL Iowa’s football record in the 2000 decade was 80-45 (.640), a record that ranks as the best decade in Iowa football history, based on total wins. Iowa posted a record of 77-404 (.652) during the 1980’s and the Hawkeyes were 62-53-2 (.538) in the 1990’s. Part of the Hawkeye success is due to the stability in the program, as Iowa has had just two head coaches since 1979. Hayden Fry took over prior to the 1979 season and coached through the 1998 season, posting a record of 143-89-6. Current coach Kirk Ferentz replaced Fry, leading the program for the last 14 seasons. Ferentz also served as Iowa’s offensive line coach from 1981-89 under Fry.
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HAWKEYE HISTORY Iowa has played 1,174 games since beginning football in 1889. Iowa’s overall record is 602-533-39 (.529). That includes a 380-209-16 (.642) record in home games, a 222324-23 (.409) record in games away from Iowa City, a 298361-25 (.454) mark in Big Ten games and a 263-173-15 (.601) record in Kinnick Stadium. 600 DOWN, 300 TO GO Iowa’s 27-21 win over Iowa State on Sept. 14 was the 600th win in program history. The Hawkeyes’ 23-7 win at Minnesota on Sept. 28 was the 298th conference win in school history. Iowa’s overall record is 602-533-39 (.529), and its conference mark is 298-361-25 (.454) all-time. IOWA, UNI, IOWA ST. PARTICIPATE IN MENTOR PROGRAM As a project of Volunteer Iowa, The Iowa Mentoring Partnership is the state’s support organization for Iowa’s 80-plus certified youth mentoring programs. Volunteer Iowa is proud to have the support of all three regents’ university football coaches and dozens of private college and high school coaches across the state; promoting the difference that a positive role model can make in a child’s life through mentoring. To find a certified mentoring program in your area and take the 2013 Coaches Challenge please visit volunteeriowa.org/coaches-challenge. Any new mentor application that is received between Aug. 1 and Nov. 30, 2013 will count toward the “score” of the respective state. By signing up to be a mentor, fans can not only show their state/team pride, but can help improve the life of a child! The overall winner of the 2013 “Coaches Mentoring Challenge” will be announced the week of Dec.13. During the 2012 Coaches Challenge, the states of Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska recruited over 7,000 new mentors. With the addition of Michigan and Minnesota it is hopeful to be able to exceed all previous numbers to achieve the goal at the core of all of our missions – to serve more kids. HOME GROWN HAWKEYES Iowa’s roster of 123 players includes 47 players from Iowa. The roster includes 15 players from Illinois; 11 from Ohio; six from Michigan and Texas; five from Maryland and Missouri; three from Florida, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin; two from New Jersey; one from Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia; and three from Canada.

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IOWA BOWL NOTES • Iowa has been bowl eligible 11 of the last 12 seasons under head coach Kirk Ferentz and his staff. • Iowa ranks third in Big Ten bowl appearances. Ohio State and Michigan have received a conference-best 42 bowl bids, followed by the Hawkeyes (26) and Wisconsin (24). • The Hawkeyes have appeared in 10 bowl games since 2001. Iowa won the Outback Bowl over South Carolina following the 2008 season, concluded the 2009 campaign with a win over Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl and defeated Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. Iowa’s three-game bowl win streak (2008-10) is an Iowa record. The streak was snapped in a loss to Oklahoma in the 2011 Insight Bowl. • The Hawkeyes have posted a 6-4 record in bowl games under Ferentz, including wins in four of six January bowl games. • Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl games, than Iowa. • Overall, Iowa has posted a 14-11-1 (.558) record in 26 bowl games. The Hawkeyes have competed in the Rose (five times), Alamo (four), Holiday (three), Outback (three), Orange (two), Peach (two), Sun (two), Insight (two), and the Capital One, Gator and Freedom bowls once. • Iowa (14-11-1, .558), Penn State (27-15-2, .636) and Purdue (9-8, .529) are the only Big Ten teams with a winning percentage in bowl games. • Since the inception of the BCS in 1998, the Big Ten has qualified 26 teams for BCS bowls, more than any other conference. Seven different Big Ten programs have played in BCS bowl games. KIRK FERENTZ RADIO SHOW Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz is featured on “Hawk Talk with Kirk Ferentz” each week. The 90-minute radio call-in show is hosted by Gary Dolphin, the play-by-play voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes. The show airs each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. from Carlos O’Kelly’s in Iowa City. AFTER THIS Iowa returns to Kinnick Stadium on Nov. 2 to host Wisconsin at 11 a.m. The game will be televised on an ABC/ESPN platform. Details will be announced following this week’s games.

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Season Statistics

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees
Time ------- 3:37 3:10 3:14 3:02 2:56 3:26 3:11 Attend --------67,402 64,201 56,800 66,886 51,382 69,025 105,264

Date Opponent Score ------ ------------- ------- Aug. 31 Northern Illinois L, 27-30 Sept. 7 Missouri State W, 28-14 Sept. 14 at Iowa State W, 27-21 Sept. 21 Western Michigan W, 59-3 *Sept. 28 at Minnesota W, 23-7 *Oct. 5 Michigan State L, 14-26 *Oct. 19 at #3/4 Ohio State L, 24-34 *Oct. 26 Northwestern *Nov. 2 Wisconsin *Nov. 9 at Purdue *Nov. 23 Michigan *Nov. 29 at Nebraska * -- Big Ten Conference game

Overall Conference Record Record --------- --------- 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-1 0-0 3-1 0-0 4-1 1-0 4-2 1-1 4-3 1-2

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 19, 2013) All games
7 676 8 7 0 231 7 312 113 7 1 58 7 2 241 7 0 169 7 147 13 7 0 127 6 115 5 7 0 113 3 98 0 7 0 87 7 0 80 7 5 40 7 0 71 7 0 62 7 0 19 5 0 53 7 0 0 1 30 0 7 0 0 6 0 11 7 0 0 4 -11 0 7 1375 1501 7 804 1431
rcv

ALL PURPOSE YARDS All Purpose g rush
Weisman, Mark Martin-Manley,K Bullock, Damon Cotton, Jordan Powell, Damond Duzey, Jake Rudock, Jake Fiedorowicz, CJ Canzeri, Jordan Smith, Tavaun Daniels, Jr., L Hamilton, Ray Hillyer, Jacob Cox, Adam Kittle, George Shumpert, Don Plewa, Macon Matt VandeBerg Lowery, B.J. Beathard, C.J. Morris, James McCarron, Riley Krieger-Coble,H TEAM Total Opponents

0 232 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 240 72

pr

0 0 0 314 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 390 542

kr

0 684 97.7 0 463 66.1 0 425 60.7 0 373 53.3 0 243 34.7 0 169 24.1 0 160 22.9 0 127 18.1 0 120 20.0 0 113 16.1 0 98 32.7 0 87 12.4 0 80 11.4 0 77 11.0 0 71 10.1 0 62 8.9 0 55 7.9 0 53 10.6 48 48 6.9 0 30 30.0 29 29 4.1 0 19 3.2 0 8 1.1 0 -11 -2.8 77 3583 511.9 108 2957 422.4

ir

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IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) All games Team Statistics
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games Score by Quarters Iowa Hawkeyes Opponents
1st 2nd

IOWA
202 28.9 149 70 69 10 1375 1435 60 306 4.5 196.4 9 1501 125-211-7 7.1 12.0 214.4 11 2876 517 5.6 410.9 20-390 11-240 9-77 19.5 21.8 8.6 7-4 33-289 41.3 34-1350 39.7 37.6 41-2586 63.1 37.7 32:26 54/108 50% 1/4 25% 8-44 0 25 9-12 0-0 (20-28) 71% (14-28) 50% (25-25) 100% 267514 4/66878
3rd 4th OT

OPP
135 19.3 116 49 62 5 804 900 96 224 3.6 114.9 2 1431 136-243-9 5.9 10.5 204.4 12 2235 467 4.8 319.3 21-542 12-72 7-108 25.8 6.0 15.4 8-3 33-310 44.3 44-1879 42.7 35.0 30-1811 60.4 39.0 27:34 34/104 33% 9/14 64% 5-18 0 15 10-11 1-2 (11-14) 79% (4-14) 29% (15-15) 100% 213446 3/71149 0/0

37 13

93 27

45 41

27 54

0 0

Total 202 135

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) All games

Rushing

gp

att

gain loss

net avg td

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Weisman, Mark Bullock, Damon Rudock, Jake Canzeri, Jordan Daniels Jr., L Beathard, C.J. Cox, Adam Powell, Damond Cotton, Jordan TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

7 136 689 7 75 325 7 34 165 6 24 116 3 23 100 1 4 30 7 1 5 7 1 2 7 2 3 4 6 0 7 306 1435 7 224 900
gp

13 676 5.0 13 312 4.2 18 147 4.3 1 115 4.8 2 98 4.3 0 30 7.5 0 5 5.0 0 2 2.0 2 1 0.5 11 -11 -1.8 60 1375 4.5 96 804 3.6
pct

3 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2

37 22 31 16 14 9 5 2 3 0 37 42

96.6 44.6 21.0 19.2 32.7 30.0 0.7 0.3 0.1 -2.8 196.4 114.9
lg avg/g

Martin-Manley,K McCarron, Riley Total Opponents
Interceptions

9 2 11 12
no.

232 8 240 72 48 29 0 0 77 108 314 32 36 8 0 390 542

25.8 4.0 21.8 6.0 16.0 9.7 0.0 0.0 8.6 15.4 20.9 16.0 36.0 8.0 0.0 19.5 25.8

2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

83 8 83 30
lg

yds avg td

Lowery, B.J. Morris, James Miller, Tanner Kirksey, C. Total Opponents
Kick Returns

3 3 2 1 9 7
no.

35 27 0 0 35 29
lg

effic comp-att-int

yds td

yds avg td

Rudock, Jake Beathard, C.J. Total Opponents
Receiving

7 1 7 7
gp

128.77 124-208-7 184.53 1-3-0 129.57 125-211-7 114.32 136-243-9
no. yds avg

59.6 1447 11 33.3 54 0 59.2 1501 11 56.0 1431 12
td lg avg/g

85 54 85 67

206.7 54.0 214.4 204.4

Martin-Manley,K Fiedorowicz, CJ Bullock, Damon Duzey, Jake Smith, Tevaun Powell, Damond Shumpert, Don Hamilton, Ray Hillyer, Jacob Matt VandeBerg Smith, Tavaun McCarron, Riley Kittle, George Cotton, Jordan Cox, Adam Plewa, Macon Weisman, Mark Canzeri, Jordan Rudock, Jake Total Opponents

7 27 231 7 15 127 7 13 113 7 10 169 3 9 79 7 8 241 7 8 62 7 7 87 7 6 80 5 6 53 4 3 34 6 3 11 7 2 71 7 2 58 7 2 40 7 2 19 7 1 8 6 1 5 7 0 13 7 125 1501 7 136 1431

8.6 8.5 8.7 16.9 8.8 30.1 7.8 12.4 13.3 8.8 11.3 3.7 35.5 29.0 20.0 9.5 8.0 5.0 0.0 12.0 10.5

2 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 12

18 14 47 85 36 74 24 21 26 14 25 6 47 53 35 12 8 5 0 85 67

33.0 18.1 16.1 24.1 26.3 34.4 8.9 12.4 11.4 10.6 8.5 1.8 10.1 8.3 5.7 2.7 1.1 0.8 1.9 214.4 204.4

Cotton, Jordan Cox, Adam Plewa, Macon Krieger-Coble,H Hamilton, Ray Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

15 2 1 1 1 20 21
no.

35 16 36 8 0 36 66
lg

yds avg td

Kirksey, C. Total Opponents

1 1 0

52 52.0 52 52.0 0 0.0

52 52 0

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) All games

Scoring

td

fg

kick

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Meyer, Mike Rudock, Jake Martin-Manley,K Fiedorowicz, CJ Weisman, Mark Powell, Damond Lowery, B.J. Hillyer, Jacob Duzey, Jake Bullock, Damon Canzeri, Jordan Kirksey, C. Koehn, Marshall Total Opponents

- 9-12 24-24 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 - 1-1 25 9-12 25-25 15 10-11 15-15

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-

-

-

- 51 - 30 - 24 - 18 - 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 6 6 6 6 1 - 202 - 135

Rudock, Jake Weisman, Mark Bullock, Damon Canzeri, Jordan Daniels Jr., L Beathard, C.J. Cox, Adam Powell, Damond Cotton, Jordan TEAM Total Opponents

7 7 7 6 3 1 7 7 7 4 7 7

242 147 1447 1594 227.7 136 676 0 676 96.6 75 312 0 312 44.6 24 115 0 115 19.2 23 98 0 98 32.7 7 30 54 84 84.0 1 5 0 5 0.7 1 2 0 2 0.3 2 1 0 1 0.1 6 -11 0 -11 -2.8 517 1375 1501 2876 410.9 467 804 1431 2235 319.3

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19 20-29

30-39

40-49

50-99

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Meyer, Mike
FG Sequence

9-12 75.0 0-0
Iowa Hawkeyes

5-5

1-3

3-3

0-1

49

0

Opponents

Kornbrath, C. Total Opponents
Kickoffs

34 1350 39.7 55 34 1350 39.7 55 44 1879 42.7 59 40 2524 1 62 41 2586 30 1811 63.1 20 62.0 0 63.1 20 60.4 10

0 10 16 0 10 16 5 15 10 0 0 0 25.8 37.7 0 19.5 39.0

6 6 6

0 0 0

Northern Illinois Missouri State Iowa State Western Michigan Minnesota Michigan State Ohio State

(28),(44) 33 (27),(38) (20) (49),39,(23),(46) 50 (28)

(47),(25),(36) (23) 36,(27),(35),(49),(40) (27),(25)

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

Meyer, Mike Koehn, Marshall Total Opponents

27 25

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) All games
Tackles # Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds 31 Hitchens, A. 44 Morris, James 20 Kirksey, C. 14 King, Desmond 37 Lowdermilk, J. 19 Lowery, B.J. 5 Sacks no-yds Pass defense int-yds brup Fumbles blkd ff kick saf

qbh rcv-yds

Miller, Tanner

79 Alvis, Dominic 95 Ott, Drew 71 Davis, Carl 90 Trinca-Pasat, L 98 Hardy, Mike 97 Cooper, Darian 52 Alston, Quinton 6

Spearman, R.

55 Collins, Marcus 23 Cotton, Jordan 7

Draper, Sean

39 Perry, Travis 34 Meier, Nate 12 Gair, Anthony 35 Smith, Gavin 27 Lomax, Jordan 21 Law, Nico 28 Fleming, M. 15 Rudock, Jake 11 Martin-Manley,K 25 Lile, Ruben 96 Meyer, Mike 61 Kreiter, Casey 17 Hillyer, Jacob 22 Powell, Damond 67 Johnson, Jaleel 42 Plewa, Macon 89 Matt VandeBerg

Total Opponents

7 26 44 7 28 28 7 23 26 7 26 15 7 23 17 7 22 12 7 15 15 7 11 17 7 10 17 7 3 17 7 5 13 7 6 8 7 5 7 7 2 5 4 . 6 7 3 3 7 5 . 7 4 1 7 1 4 7 2 2 7 2 2 7 3 1 3 3 . 7 2 . 3 2 . 7 2 . 7 2 . 3 1 . 7 1 . 7 . 1 7 . 1 7 1 . 3 . 1 7 . 1 5 1 . 7 240 264 7 293 264

70 56 49 41 40 34 30 28 27 20 18 14 12 7 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 504 557

5.5-10 5.0-21 . 1.5-2 1.5-2 . . 5.0-19 2.0-3 1.0-3 3.0-3 . 1.5-10 . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-80 25-53

1.0-2 2.0-12 . . . . . 2.0-12 . 1.0-3 . . 1.0-9 . . . . . . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-44 5-18

. 3-29 1-0 . . 3-48 2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-77 7-108

1 1 . 3 1 8 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 21

1 . 4 1 . 1 . 3 4 1 1 . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 11

. . 1-52 1-0 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-52 4-0

. 1 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 7 6

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IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone Results (as of Oct 21, 2013) All games
Iowa Hawkeyes Inside Opponent Red-Zone
Times Date Opponent L W W W W L L Score Times Total Pts TDs Rush TDs Pass TDs FGs Made Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

In RZ Scored

Aug 31, 2013 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Sep 07, 2013 MISSOURI STATE Sep 14, 2013 at Iowa State Sep 21, 2013 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sep 28, 2013 at Minnesota Oct. 5, 2013 MICHIGAN STATE Oct 19, 2013 at Ohio State Totals 20 of 28 (71.4%)

27-30 28-14 27-21 59-3 23-7 14-26 24-34

3 6 5 5 4 2 3 28

3 4 4 3 2 1 3 20

17 28 20 17 10 7 17 116

2 4 2 2 1 1 2 14

1 4 1 2 1 0 0 9

1 0 1 0 0 1 2 5

1 0 2 1 1 0 1 6

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponents Inside Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone
Times Date Opponent L W W W W L L Score Times Total Pts TDs Rush TDs Pass TDs FGs Made Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

In RZ Scored

Aug 31, 2013 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Sep 07, 2013 MISSOURI STATE Sep 14, 2013 at Iowa State Sep 21, 2013 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sep 28, 2013 at Minnesota Oct. 5, 2013 MICHIGAN STATE Oct 19, 2013 at Ohio State Totals 11 of 14 (78.6%)

27-30 28-14 27-21 59-3 23-7 14-26 24-34

2 1 1 2 0 3 5 14

2 0 1 1 0 2 5 11

6 0 7 3 0 6 27 49

0 0 1 0 0 0 3 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2

2 0 0 1 0 2 2 7

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) Conference games
Date * Sep 28, 2013 * Oct. 5, 2013 * Oct 19, 2013
Rushing

Opponent at Minnesota MICHIGAN STATE at #4 Ohio State
gp

W L L 4 3 0 1 0 0 2 2 12 48 208 109 54 14 13 5 -2 -2 399 438

Score 23-7 14-26 24-34 5.1 4.4 4.9 3.5 4.3 5.0 -2.0 -1.0 4.5 3.8
td

Att. 51382 69025 105264 19 69.3 22 36.3 22 18.0 7 14.0 9 6.5 5 1.7 0 -0.7 0 -1.0 22 133.0 28 146.0
td lg avg/g

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

Overall 1-2 1-2 0-0

Home 0-1 0-1 0-0

Away 1-1 1-1 0-0 IOWA 57 22 31 4 399 88 4.5 133.0 1 704 60-105-4 6.7 11.7 234.7 6 1103 5.7 367.7 9-174 2-14 3-2 1-0 7-74 13-40.6 27:56 20/42 0/1

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 OPP 61 29 30 2 438 115 3.8 146.0 2 634 59-95-3 6.7 10.7 211.3 5 1072 5.1 357.3 7-236 4-52 4-38 1-0 16-137 12-45.7 32:04 20/46 3/6

Weisman, Mark Bullock, Damon Rudock, Jake Daniels Jr., L Canzeri, Jordan Cox, Adam Cotton, Jordan TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

3 41 3 25 3 11 1 4 2 3 3 1 3 1 2 2 3 88 3 115 3 124.70 3 124.70 3 129.22
no.

att

gain loss

212 112 54 15 13 5 0 0 411 486

net avg

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

Rudock, Jake Total Opponents
Receiving

gp

effic comp-att-int

60-105-4 60-105-4 59-95-3 8.8 9.8 7.9 20.4 8.9 21.8 9.0 5.3 7.0 5.5 35.0 24.0 14.0 12.0 8.0 11.7 10.7
avg

57.1 57.1 62.1
td

pct

704 704 634

yds

6 6 5

85 234.7 85 234.7 58 211.3

lg avg/g

Smith, Tevaun Bullock, Damon Fiedorowicz, CJ Duzey, Jake Martin-Manley,K Powell, Damond VandeBerg, Matt Shumpert, Don Hamilton, Ray McCarron, Riley Cox, Adam Kittle, George Hillyer, Jacob Plewa, Macon Weisman, Mark Total Opponents
Field Goals

gp

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4-6
td fg

9 8 8 7 7 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 60 59

79 78 63 143 62 109 36 16 14 11 35 24 14 12 8 704 634 66.7 0-0

yds

0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5

36 26.3 47 26.0 13 21.0 85 47.7 18 20.7 74 36.3 14 12.0 6 5.3 8 4.7 6 5.5 35 11.7 24 8.0 14 4.7 12 4.0 8 2.7 85 234.7 58 211.3 0-1
40-49

lg avg/g

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions
Interceptions

Morris, James Kirksey, C.
Punting
50-99

no.

2 1

yds avg

2 1.0 0 0.0
lg

td

0 0
tb

lg

1 0 3 4 3 0

Kornbrath, C. 0-1 49
lg blk

no. yds avg no.

13 528 40.6 54 2 2 4 9 9 7
yds avg

0

fc i20 50+ blk lg

Meyer, Mike
Scoring

pct. 01-19

20-29

2-2

30-39

2-2

0

Punt Returns

Meyer, Mike Fiedorowicz, CJ Duzey, Jake Rudock, Jake Bullock, Damon Powell, Damond Martin-Manley,K Total Opponents Score by Quarters Iowa Hawkeyes Opponents

2 1 1 1 1 1 7 7

4-6 4-6 6-7
1st

fg

kick

7-7 7-7 7-7

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

-

-

-

-

-

pts

Martin-Manley,K Total Opponents
Kick Returns

14 7.0 14 7.0 52 13.0

td

0 0 0

12 12 30 31 31 66 0 216 72.0 0 187 62.3 0 172 57.3 0 143 47.7 0 109 36.3 2 1293 431.0 38 1398 466.0
total avg/g ir total avg/g lg

19 12 6 6 6 6 6 61 67

Cotton, Jordan Total Opponents
All Purpose

no.

174 19.3 174 19.3 236 33.7 8 78 0 143 109 704 634 116 41 25 4 3 193 210
rcv pr

yds avg

td

0 0 0

13 3

2nd

35 17

3rd

10 31

4th

3 16

OT

0 0

Total 61 67

Weisman, Mark Bullock, Damon Cotton, Jordan Duzey, Jake Powell, Damond Total Opponents
Total Offense

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

g

rush

208 109 -2 0 0 399 438 3 3 3 1 2 3 3

0 0 0 0 0 174 0 0 0 0 14 174 52 236
rush

kr

Rudock, Jake Weisman, Mark Bullock, Damon Daniels Jr., L Canzeri, Jordan Total Opponents
## 31 44 14 20 37 Defensive Leaders gp ua a Tackles tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense int-yds brup

g plays

54 208 109 14 13 399 438

pass

704 758 252.7 0 208 69.3 0 109 36.3 0 14 14.0 0 13 6.5 704 1103 367.7 634 1072 357.3
ff blkd kick saf

Hitchens, A. Morris, James King, Desmond Kirksey, C. Lowdermilk, J. Total Opponents

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

9 17 19 10 10 115 105

24 16 8 9 8 118 84

33 33 27 19 18 233 189

1.5-2 2.0-12 0.5-1 . . 12-42 8-14

. 2.0-12 . . . 6-33 0-0

. 2-2 . 1-0 . 3-2 4-38

. . . . . 7 11

qbh

. . 1 . . 4 8

Fumbles rcv-yds

. . . . . . .

. . . . . 1 1

. . . . . . .

. . . . . . .

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 21, 2013) Conference games
Tackles # Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds 31 Hitchens, A. 44 Morris, James 14 King, Desmond 20 Kirksey, C. 37 Lowdermilk, J. 19 Lowery, B.J. 5 Sacks no-yds Pass defense int-yds brup Fumbles blkd ff kick saf

qbh rcv-yds

Miller, Tanner

95 Ott, Drew 98 Hardy, Mike 71 Davis, Carl 90 Trinca-Pasat, L 79 Alvis, Dominic 97 Cooper, Darian 34 Meier, Nate 55 Collins, Marcus 35 Smith, Gavin 6

Spearman, R.

52 Alston, Quinton 39 Perry, Travis 15 Rudock, Jake 21 Law, Nico 12 Gair, Anthony 7

Draper, Sean

42 Plewa, Macon 89 VandeBerg, Matt 22 Powell, Damond

Total Opponents

3 9 24 3 17 16 3 19 8 3 10 9 3 10 8 3 12 4 3 9 6 3 4 8 3 5 6 3 2 7 3 2 6 3 4 4 3 1 3 3 2 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 . 2 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 . 3 1 . 3 . 1 3 1 . 3 . 1 3 1 . 3 1 . 3 115 118 3 105 84

33 33 27 19 18 16 15 12 11 9 8 8 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 233 189

1.5-2 2.0-12 0.5-1 . . . . 1.5-2 . 1.0-3 1.5-2 2.5-13 0.5-1 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-42 8-14

. 2.0-12 . . . . . . . 1.0-3 . 2.0-12 . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-33 0-0

. 2-2 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 4-38

. . . . . 5 . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 11

. . 1 . . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 8

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Game #8 vs. Northwestern

Game-By-Game Statistics

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees
Punts- Fum.- Pen. Avg. Lost Yds. 7-36.7 1-1 6-35 8-42.6 2-1 8-64 5-37.2 0-0 11-100 8-40.9 2-1 4-55 6-39.7 2-1 3-20 6-42.2 1-0 3-38 3-47.0 3-2 6-60 10-41.0 2-1 2-16 2-29.5 1-0 1-10 7-46.6 0-0 5-45 8-44.2 0-0 3-34 5-44.4 0-0 8-70 3-38.3 0-0 3-30 0-0.0 1-0 3-22

First Game Score Downs at Iowa 27 24 Northern Illinois 30 20 at Iowa 28 25 Missouri State 14 12 Iowa 27 21 at Iowa State 21 14 at Iowa 59 22 Western Michigan 3 9 Iowa 23 22 at Minnesota 7 11 at Iowa 14 13 Michigan State 26 20 Iowa 24 22 at #3/4 Ohio State 34 30

Rushing Pass. Passing Total Att-Net Yards Com.-Att.-Int Offense 43-202 256 21-37-2 80-458 42-163 275 25-41-0 83-438 58-296 193 19-28-1 86-489 23-70 127 14-30-1 53-197 60-218 160 14-23-0 83-378 24-59 260 22-39-2 63-319 58-258 188 11-18-0 76-446 20-74 135 16-38-3 58-209 45-245 218 15-25-1 70-464 27-30 135 12-24-2 51-165 16-23 241 26-46-2 62-264 37-135 277 25-44-1 81-412 27-130 245 19-34-1 61-375 51-273 288 22-27-0 78-495

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Top Performances

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Individual

Points 12 4X, last by Martin-Manley/Lowery vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Rushing Attempts 35 (145 yds.) Mark Weisman at Iowa State, 9/14/13 Yards Rushing 180 (30 att.) Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 Pass Attempts 46 (26 comp.) Jake Rudock vs. Michigan State, 10/5/13 Pass Completions 26 (46 att.) Jake Rudock vs. Michigan State, 10/5/13 Yards Passing 256 (21-of-37) Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 Receptions 9 (79 yds.) Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 Yards Receiving 138 (6 rec.) Jake Duzey at Ohio State, 10/19/13 Yards Total Offense 276 Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 All-Purpose Yards 190 Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Yards Punt Returns 184 (4 returns) Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Yards Kickoff Returns 118 (6 returns) Jordan Cotton at Ohio State, 10/19/13 Field Goals Made 3 (3-of-4) Mike Meyer at Minnesota, 9/28/13 Extra Points 7 Mike Meyer vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Interceptions 2 B.J. Lowery vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 _Tackles 14 Christian Kirksey vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 _Sacks 1 8X, last 2 individuals at Ohio State, 10/19/13

Team Offense (Iowa highs)
Points Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Total Plays First Downs Points Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Total Plays First Downs

59 60 (218 yds.) 296 (58 att.) 46 (26 comp.) 26 (46 att.) 256 489 86 25 3 20 (74 yards) 30 (27 att.) 24 (12 comp.) 12 (24 att.) 127 165 51 9 37 85 44 35 (TD) 52 (TD) 83 (TD) 36 85 (2 plays, 0:40 TOP) 73 (8 plays, 3:33 TOP)

vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 at Iowa State, 9/14/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 vs. Michigan State, 10/5/13 vs. Michigan State, 10/5/13 vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 Jake Duzey at Ohio State, 10/19/13 Mike Meyer vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 B.J. Lowery vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Christian Kirksey vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 Macon Plewa vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 at Minnesota, 9/28/13 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Team Defense (Opponents lows)

Longest Plays

Run Pass Field Goal Interception Return Fumble Return Punt Return Kickoff Return Scoring drive Non-scoring drive

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The Last Time...

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

A kickoff was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Jordan Cotton (92 yards), vs. Penn State, 10/21/12 by an opponent - - Travis Cobb (100 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10 A punt was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Kevonte Martin-Manley (83 and 63 yards), vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 by Iowa - - Paki O’Meara (returned 42 yards after block), vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10 by an opponent - - Michael Jenkins (54 yards), Ohio State, 10/18/03 by an opponent - - Tremaine McCollum (returned six yards after block), Florida, 1/2/06 Two punts were returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Kevonte Martin-Manley (83 and 63 yards), vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 A punt was blocked . . . by Iowa - - Kyle Steinbrecher at Purdue, 11/19/11 by an opponent - - Tyris Jones, Northwestern, 10/27/12 A field goal was blocked... by Iowa - - Louis Trinca-Pasat, vs. Penn State, 10/21/12 by an opponent - - Jerel Worthy, Michigan State, 11/12/11 An interception was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - B.J. Lowery (35 and 13 yards), vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 by an opponent - - Trevin Wade (85 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10 Two interceptions were returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - B.J. Lowery (35 and 13 yards), vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13 A fumble was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Christian Kirksey (52 yards), vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13 by an opponent - - Dere Hicks (7 yards), Illinois, 11/1/08 A blocked PAT attempt was returned for a score . . . by Iowa - - D.J. Johnson (99 yards), at Penn State, 9/28/02 by an opponent - - Jason Simmons (85 yards), at Ohio State, 11/2/91 A safety was scored . . . by Iowa - - Opponent pass behind line of scrimmage and out of end zone vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10 by an opponent - - Iowa punter ran out of back of end zone vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08 A player rushed for over 200 yards . . . by Iowa - - Mark Weisman (27-217), Central Michigan, 9/22/12 by an opponent - - T.J. Duckett (30-248), Michigan State, 10/7/00 A player passed for over 300 yards . . . by Iowa - - James Vandenberg (399 yards), vs. Pittsburgh, 9/18/11 by an opponent - - Devin Gardner (314 yards), Michigan, 11/17/12 A player scored four TDs . . . by Iowa - - Shonn Greene (4 rush), vs. Wisconsin, 10/18/08 by an opponent - - Darnell Autry (3 rush, 1 rec.), Northwestern, 11/9/96 A team rushed for over 400 yards . . . by Iowa - - vs. Tulsa (408 yards), 9/13/97 by an opponent - - Indiana (433 yards), 9/30/00 A team passed for over 400 yards . . . by Iowa - - vs. Indiana (426 yards), 10/23/99 by an opponent - - Indiana (406 yards), 11/3/12 A team gained over 600 yards of total offense . . . by Iowa - - vs. Minnesota (613 yards), 11/19/05 by an opponent - - Wisconsin (604 yards), 11/13/99 A team scored over 50 points . . . by Iowa - - vs. Western Michigan (59 points), 9/21/13 by an opponent - - Ohio State (56 points), 10/28/95 A team was held under 75 yards rushing . . . by Iowa - - at Minnesota (27-30 yards), 9/28/13 by an opponent - - Michigan State (16-23 yards), 10/5/13 A team was held under 100 yards passing . . . by Iowa - - vs. Nebraska (92 yards) 11/23/12 by an opponent - - Nebraska (63 yards), 11/23/12 A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . . by Iowa - - at Minnesota (165 yards), 9/28/13 by an opponent - - Minnesota (171 yards), 11/21/09 Iowa scored 3 or more non-offensive touchdowns . . . by Iowa - - vs. Western Michigan (2 punts, 2 interceptions), 9/21/13

LARGEST MARGINS
Iowa Victories
Opponent, Year..................... Score Mar. Iowa Teachers, 1914............... 95-0 95 Coe, 1908................................ 92-0 92 Iowa Wesleyan, 1890.............. 91-0 91 Cornell, 1904........................... 88-0 88 Cornell, 1913........................... 76-0 76 Des Moines, 1905................... 72-0 72 Northwestern, 1913................ 78-6 72 Grinnell, 1904......................... 69-0 69 Iowa Teachers, 1900............... 68-0 68 Northern Iowa, 1997............... 66-0 66 Northwestern, 1981................ 64-0 64 Cornell, 1920........................... 63-0 63 Indiana, 1997.......................... 62-0 62 UTEP, 1986.............................. 69-7 62 Grinnell, 1900......................... 63-2 61 Washington ( Mo.), 1902........ 61-0 61 Knox, 1922.............................. 61-0 61 Cornell, 1894........................... 60-0 60 Indiana, 1913.......................... 60-0 60 North Dakota St., 1947........... 59-0 59 Illinois, 1985............................ 59-0 59 Cornell, 1891........................... 64-6 58 Illinois, 1899............................ 58-0 58 Drake, 1985............................. 58-0 58 Upper Iowa, 1900................... 57-0 57 Western Michigan, 2013......... 59-3 56 Ball State, 2005....................... 56-0 56 Coe, 1893................................ 56-0 56 Purdue, 1922.......................... 56-0 56 Utah State, 1957..................... 70-14 56 Minnesota, 2008..................... 55-0 55 Ripon, 1928............................. 61-6 55 Iowa State, 1985..................... 57-3 54 Northern Illinois, 1986............ 57-3 54 Cincinnati, 1990...................... 63-10 53 Kansas State, 1959.................. 53-0 53 Northwestern, 2002................ 62-10 52 Kent State, 2001...................... 51-0 51 Minnesota, 1983..................... 61-10 51 Northern Illinois, 1991............ 58-7 51

Iowa Defeats
Opponent, year..................... Score Mar. Michigan, 1902....................... 0-107 107 Illinois, 1902............................ 0-80 80 Minnesota, 1903..................... 0-75 75 Minnesota, 1916..................... 0-67 67 Ohio State, 1950..................... 21-83 62 Denver A.C., 1893................... 0-58 58 Nebraska, 1980....................... 0-57 57 Michigan, 1971....................... 7-63 56 Michigan, 1970....................... 0-55 55 USC, 1976................................ 0-55 55 Kansas, 1895........................... 0-54 54 Minnesota, 1936..................... 0-52 52 Notre Dame, 1967.................. 6-56 50 Illinois, 1973............................ 0-50 50

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2013 Starting Lineups

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OFFENSE
Opponent Northern Illinois Missouri State at Iowa State Western Michigan at Minnesota Michigan State at Ohio State WR TE Shumpert Fiedorowicz Shumpert Fiedorowicz Shumpert Fiedorowicz Smith Fiedorowicz Smith Hamilton Smith Fiedorowicz Cotton Fiedorowicz LT LG Scherff Boffeli Scherff Boffeli Scherff Boffeli Scherff Boffeli Scherff Boffeli Scherff Boffeli Scherff Simmons C Blythe Blythe Blythe Blythe Blythe Blythe Blythe RG RT Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten Walsh Van Sloten QB RB Rudock Bullock Rudock Bullock Rudock Weisman Rudock Weisman Rudock Weisman Rudock Weisman Rudock Weisman FB/WR/TE WR/TE Weisman Manley Weisman Manley Kittle Manley Cox Manley Cox Manley Cox Manley Hamilton Duzey

Consec. Starts 1 2 7 1 12 7 19 7 9 1 1 Career Starts 2 23 17 1 16 8 19 7 16 2 1

DEFENSE
Opponent Northern Illinois Missouri State at Iowa State Western Michigan at Minnesota Michigan State at Ohio State RE Alvis Alvis Alvis Alvis Alvis Alvis Alvis DT Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis DT Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat Trinca-Pasat LE Ott Ott Ott Ott Ott Ott Ott OLB Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey MLB WLB Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens Morris Hitchens CB Lowery Lowery Lowery Lowery Lowery Lowery Lowery CB Lomax King King King King King King SS Lowdermilk Lowdermilk Lowdermilk Lowdermilk Lowdermilk Lowdermilk Lowdermilk FS Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller 30 30

Consec. Starts 19 7 19 Career Starts 27 7 19

7 32 8 8 12 6 7 7 32 36 18 16 6 7

Offense Career Starts
Quarterback Wide Receiver Running Back Fullback Tight End Offensive Line

Jake Rudock (7) Jordan Cotton (2) Kevonte Martin-Manley (20) Don Shumpert (3) Tevaun Smith (3) Damon Bullock (7) Jordan Canzeri (1) Mark Weisman (16) Adam Cox (3) C. J. Fiedorowicz (23) George Kittle (1) Ray Hamilton (2) Henry Krieger Coble (1) Jake Duzey (1) Conor Boffeli (9) Austin Blythe (16) Andrew Donnal (3) Nolan MacMillan (7) Brandon Scherff (17) Eric Simmons (1) Brett Van Sloten (19) Jordan Walsh (8)

Defense Career Starts
Defensive End Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back

Dominic Alvis (27) Drew Ott (7) Darian Cooper (2) Carl Davis (7) Louis Trinca-Pasat (19) Quinton Alston (1) Anthony Hitchens (18) Christian Kirksey (32) James Morris (36) Travis Perry (1) Desmond King (6) Nico Law (4) Jordan Lomax (1) B. J. Lowery (16) John Lowdermilk (7) Tanner Miller (30)

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Iowa Scoring Drives

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees
DRIVE ANALYSIS
Distance Iowa Opponent Length TD FG TD FG (minus) - - - - - - - - - --0-9 0 1 0 1 10-19 0 1 0 1 20-29 0 1 0 2 30-39 1 0 1 1 40-49 1 1 0 3 50-59 0 2 2 0 60-69 8 2 0 2 70-79 5 1 8 0 80-89 5 0 3 0 90-99 0 0 0 0

Opponent Plays Yards T.O.P. Result Qtr. Play Northern Illinois (4) 13 55 5:47 FG 2 Meyer, 28-yd FG 4 65 1:04 TD 2 Fiedorowicz, 11-yd pass from Rudock 9 75 2:56 TD 2 Rudock, 6-yd run 10 44 3:25 FG 4 Meyer, 44-yd FG NIU Average Drive 9.0 59.8 3:18 Missouri State (4) MSU Average (4) at Iowa State (5) ISU Average (5) Western Michigan (5) WMU Average (5) at Minnesota (5) MINN Average (5) Michigan State (2) MSU Average (2) Ohio State (4) OSU Average (4) 11 6 8 10 8.8 10 15 4 9 15 10.6 8 6 7 9 8 7.6 6 8 2 15 11 8.4 6 6 6.0 12 10 15 1 9.5 69 32 80 65 61.5 71 55 5 60 73 52.8 19 45 65 64 83 55.2 27 80 85 75 62 65.8 75 65 70.0 80 67 69 75 72.8 61.6 4:26 2:32 3:31 4:18 3:52 5:20 7:12 0:23 4:40 7:38 5:27 4:32 2:56 3:34 4:06 3:20 3:50 2:32 4:20 0:40 6:42 5:30 4:13 1:59 2:04 2:02 5:37 3:48 6:31 0:40 4:29 4:06 TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD TD FG TD TD TD TD FG TD TD FG FG TD TD TD FG TD TD 1 3 3 1 1 2 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 2 3 4 2 2 1 1 2 3 Rudock, 6-yd run Weisman, 10-yd run Weisman, 3-yd run Rudock, 2-yd run Martin-Manley, 5-yd pass from Rudock Meyer, 27-yd FG Meyer, 38-yd FG Rudock, 1-yd run Hillyer, 26-yd pass from Rudock Meyer, 20-yd FG Hillyer, 21-yd pass from Rudock Weisman, 4-yd run Powell, 29-yd pass from Rudock Canzeri, 16-yd run Meyer, 49-yd FG Rudock, 4-yd run Powell, 74-yd pass from Rudock Meyer, 23-yd FG Meyer, 46-yd FG Bullock, 47-yd pass from Rudock Fiedorowicz, 10-yd pass from Rudock Fiedorowicz, 2-yd pass from Rudock Meyer, 28-yd FG Martin-Manley, 6-yd pass from Rudock Duzey,75-yd pass from Rudock

GAME OPENING DRIVES
Iowa Opponent Game Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds NIU 0 5 17 0 5 19 Mo. State 0 3 5 0 7 20 Iowa St 0 6 24 0 3 8 W. Mich 3 8 19 0 3 1 Minn. 0 9 45 0 3 3 Mich St 0 3 8 0 5 20 Ohio St 7 12 80 3 12 65 Nwestern 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0 Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0

SECOND HALF OPENING DRIVES
Iowa Opponent Game Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds NIU 0 3 8 0 5 17 Mo. State 0 8 73 0 3 4 owa St. 0 3 7 0 6 31 W. Mich 0 7 37 0 1 0 Minn. 3 15 75 0 7 23 Mich St 0 6 22 7 7 75 Ohio St 0 6 24 7 13 75 Nwestern 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0 Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0

Season Average (29) 8.8

* - Does not include overtime drives

3rd Down and...
Iowa Opponents Yards NIU MSU ISU WMU MN MSU OSU NW WIS PUR MICH NEB TOTAL Yards NIU MSU ISU WMU MN MSU OSU NW WIS PUR MICH NEB TOTAL 1-3 4-8 3-3 6-8 4-5 2-2 0-1 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 22-30 1-3 2-5 0-0 1-2 1-4 1-2 2-6 7-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-26 4-6 2-5 3-6 3-5 2-5 2-4 3-5 3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-35 4-6 1-4 1-3 3-6 0-4 1-3 2-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-28 7-9 1-3 1-2 2-5 2-4 4-6 1-5 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-29 7-9 4-7 0-4 0-2 0-3 2-5 2-6 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-30 10-14 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-9 10-14 0-4 0-2 1-3 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-17 15+ 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-5 15+ 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 Total 7-17 7-14 11-20 9-15 8-14 4-15 8-13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 54-108 Total 7-20 1-10 5-14 1-14 4-13 6-19 10-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 34-104

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

20-Yard+ Plays

26 Bowl Games
Yards 85 83 63 74 54 53 52 49 47 47 44 37 35 36 36 35 35 31 31 29 29 29 28 27 26 25 25 24 24 22 22 22 21 21 21 Type Pass Punt Return Punt Return Pass Pass Pass Fumble Ret. Pass Pass Pass Punt Return Rush Kick Return Kick Return Pass Int. Return Pass Rush Kick Return Pass Rush Kick Return Kick Return Int. Return Pass Pass Kick Return Pass Pass Rush Rush Pass Rush Pass Pass

11 Big Ten Championships
Player(s) Jake Rudock to Jake Duzey Kevonte Martin-Manley Kevonte Martin-Manley Jake Rudock to Damond Powell C.J. Beathard to Damond Powell Jake Rudock to Jordan Cotton Christian Kirksey Jake Rudock to Damond Powell Jake Rudock to Damon Bullock Jake Rudock to George Kittle Kevonte Martin-Manley Mark Weisman Jordan Cotton Macon Plewa Jake Rudock to Tevaun Smith B.J. Lowery Jake Rudock to Adam Cox Jake Rudock Jordan Cotton Jake Rudock to Damond Powell Mark Weisman Jordan Cotton Jordan Cotton James Morris Jake Rudock to Jacob Hillyer Jake Rudock to Tevaun Smith Jordan Cotton Jake Rudock to Don Shumpert Jake Rudock to George Kittle Jake Rudock Damon Bullock Jake Rudock to Jake Duzey Mark Weisman Jake Rudock to Ray Hamilton Jake Rudock to Jacob Hillyer

21 Consensus All-Americans
Opponent at Ohio State Western Michigan Western Michigan at Minnesota Western Michigan Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Michigan State Missouri State Western Michigan Missouri State Missouri State Western Michigan Michigan State Western Michigan at Minnesota Western Michigan at Ohio State Western Michigan Missouri State Western Michigan at Iowa State at Iowa State at Iowa State at Iowa State at Minnesota Northern Illinois at Ohio State at Minnesota at Minnesota at Ohio State Missouri State at Iowa State Western Michigan

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees
BY PLAY TYPE
Type Rushing Passing Punt Returns Kick Returns Int. Returns Fumble Returns Other TOTAL No. TD 6 0 17 6 3 2 6 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 35 10

BY LENGTH
Yards No. TD 20-29 16 3 30-39 8 1 40-49 4 1 50-59 3 1 60-69 1 1 70-79 1 1 80-89 2 2 90+ 0 0 TOTAL 35 10

LONGEST PLAYS OF 2013
RUSHING 37 Mark Weisman RUSHING TOUCHDOWN 16 Jordan Canzeri PASSING 85 Rudock to Duzey PASSING TOUCHDOWN 85 Rudock to Duzey PUNT RETURN 83 Kevonte Martin-Manley KICK RETURN 36 Macon Plewa INTERCEPTION RETURN 35 B.J. Lowery FUMBLE RETURN 52 Christian Kirksey (TD) PUNT 55 Connor Kornbrath Missouri St., 9/7/13 W. Michigan, 9/21/13 at Ohio State, 10/19/13 at Ohio State, 10/19/13 W. Michigan, 9/21/13 W. Michigan, 9/21/13 W. Michigan, 9/21/13 N. Illinois, 8/31/13 W. Michigan, 9/21/13 Minnesota, 9/28/13

BOLD plays note touchdowns

FIELD GOAL 49 Mike Meyer

GAME-BY-GAME LONGEST PLAYS

IOWA
Yds 53 37 28 83 74 47 85

Opponent Northern Illinois Missouri State Iowa State Western Michigan Minnesota Michigan State Ohio State

Player(s) Jordan Cotton - Reception Mark Weisman - Rush Jordan Cotton - Kick Return Kevonte Martin-Manley - Punt Return (TD) Damond Powell - Reception (TD) Damon Bullock - Reception (TD) Jake Duzey - Reception (TD)

OPPONENT
Yds 42 27 67 31 66 46 58

Opponent Northern Illinois Missouri State Iowa State Western Michigan Minnesota Michigan State Ohio State

Player(s) Tyler Wedel - Rush (Punt Fake) Julian Burton - Reception (TD) Quenton Bundrage - Reception (TD) Dareyon Chance - Kick Return Marcus Jones - Kick Return Macgarrett Kings, Jr. - Reception (TD) Corey Brown - Reception (TD)

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

Miscelleanous Statistics

Iowa Big Plays

Rushing Opponent 20-29 30-39 40+ N. Illinois 0 0 0 Missouri State 2 1 0 Iowa State 0 0 0 W. Michigan 0 1 0 Minnesota 2 0 0 Mich. State 0 0 0 Ohio State 0 0 0 N’western 0 0 0 Wisconsin 0 0 0 Purdue 0 0 0 Michigan 0 0 0 Nebraska 0 0 0

Totals

4

2

0

Passing 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8

2

3

4

Special Teams FG Blk XPT Blk Punt Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

0

0

Opponent Big Plays

Rushing Opponent 20-29 30-39 40+ N. Illinois 0 0 1 Missouri State 0 0 0 Iowa State 0 0 0 W. Michigan 1 0 0 Minnesota 0 0 0 Mich. State 1 0 0 Ohio State 1 0 0 N’western 0 0 0 Wisconsin 0 0 0 Purdue 0 0 0 Michigan 0 0 0 Nebraska 0 0 0

Totals

3 0 1

Passing 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 3 2 2

Special Teams FG Blk XPT Blk Punt Blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0

Turnovers Forced

Iowa Opponent Fum Int Blk Tot Pts Off Margin N. Illinois 1 0 0 1 6 -2 Missouri State 1 1 0 2 0 +1 Iowa State 0 2 0 2 3 +1 W. Michigan 1 3 0 4 21 +2 Minnesota 0 2 0 2 0 +1 Mich. State 0 1 0 1 0 -1 Ohio State 0 0 0 0 0 -1 N’western 0 0 0 0 0 - - - Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 - - - Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 - - - Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 - - - Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 - - - Totals 3 9 0 12 30 +1

Opponent Fum Int Blk Tot Pts Off 1 2 0 3 9 0 1 0 1 7 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4

7

0

11

19

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

Drive Charts

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships IOWA DRIVE CHARTS

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Result Punt Fumble Punt Downs FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt Interception Punt Punt FIELD GOAL Punt Interception End of Half

Northern Illinois
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start N 29 N 27 N 19 N 10 N 35 N 35 N 25 N 29 N 28 IA 45 N 31 N 11 N 30 N 19 N 45 N 28

Time 15:00 11:29 7:33 3:47 14:11 7:36 3:49 13:04 6:55 4:16 1:13 12:01 10:07 5:05 1:24 0:04

Plays-Yds 5-17 6-26 4-15 7-54 13-55 4-65 9-75 3-8 5-28 1-0 3-9 3-2 10-44 7-33 1-0 1-37

TOP 2:15 2:11 2:09 2:26 5:47 1:04 2:56 1:04 1:43 0:14 1:22 0:36 3:25 3:17 0:07 0:04

Northern Illinois
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start IA 12 IA 47 50 IA 36 IA 25 IA 25 IA 25 IA 25 IA 20 IA 23 IA 4 IA 49 IA 19 IA 45 IA 25 IA 18 N 30

Time 12:45 9:18 5:24 1:21 0:27 8:24 6:32 0:53 15:00 12:00 5:12 4:02 14:51 11:25 6:42 1:48 1:17

Plays-Yds 5-19 5-23 4-50 3-16 3-6 3 (-8) 8-75 4-23 5-17 14-49 3-(-1) 8-44 6-22 3-(-4) 6-75 3-(-3) 3-11

TOP 1:16 1:45 1:37 0:54 1:16 0:48 2:43 0:53 1:56 5:05 0:56 2:49 2:50 1:18 1:37 0:24 1:13

Result Punt FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Fumble Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN End of Half Punt Downs Punt FIELD GOAL Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt FIELD GOAL

Missouri State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start Time M 12 12:07 M 31 9:40 M30 4:22 M40 11:49 IA 45 4:29 M 38 1:30 M 25 15:00 IA 32 9:43 M 20 5:43 M 25 14:25 M 35 14:15 M 20 6:50 M 33 2:34

Plays-Yds 3-5 11-69 9-31 12-45 3-3 5-16 8-73 6-32 8-80 1-0 10-65 6-18 5-32

TOP Result 1:32 Punt 4:26 TOUCHDOWN 4:29 Punt 5:24 Missed FG 2:10 Punt 0:53 Punt 3:33 Downs 2:32 TOUCHDOWN 3:31 TOUCHDOWN 0:10 Interception 4:18 TOUCHDOWN 2:46 Punt 2:34 End of Half

Missouri State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start IA 25 IA 37 IA 25 IA 14 IA 20 IA 10 IA 2 M 45 IA 25 IA 43 IA 16

Time 15:00 10:35 5:14 14:53 6:25 2:19 11:27 7:11 2:12 9:57 4:04

Plays-Yds 7-20 3-2 3-2 6-17 5-25 3-4 3-4 3-(-8) 8-75 8-43 3-6

TOP 2:53 0:55 0:52 3:04 1:56 0:49 1:44 1:28 2:47 3:07 1:30

Result Punt Punt Punt Punt Fumble Punt Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Interception Punt

Iowa State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start ISU 29 ISU 40 ISU 29 ISU 7 ISU 35 IA 25 ISU 21 ISU 4 ISU 40 ISU 27 ISU 15 ISU 46

Time 12:55 7:56 2:27 11:07 8:55 0:33 14:57 10:26 5:21 14:43 4:13 2:25

Plays-Yds 6-24 8-38 10-71 3-3 15-55 4-5 3-7 6-29 9-60 15-73 3-5 3-8

TOP 2:07 3:08 5:20 1:00 7:12 0:23 1:21 2:18 4:40 7:38 0:27 2:18

Result Punt Fumble TOUCHDOWN Punt FIELD GOAL FIELD GOAL Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt

Iowa State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start IA 25 IA 13 IA 22 IA 33 ISU 40 IA 36 IA 32 IA 11 IA 25 IA 18 ISU 46 IA 41

Time 15:00 10:48 4:48 12:00 10:07 1:33 13:36 8:08 0:41 6:59 4:27 3:46

Plays-Yds 3-8 7-4 6-17 3-1 4-6 5-14 6-31 6-89 3-0 7-82 2-0 9-59

TOP 2:05 2:52 2:21 0:53 1:12 1:00 3:10 2:40 0:58 2:32 0:14 1:20

Result Punt Punt Punt Punt Down Interception Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt TOUCHDOWN Interception TOUCHDOWN

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

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26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships IOWA DRIVE CHARTS

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Result FIELD GOAL Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Fumble TOUCHDOWN Fumble TOUCHDOWN Punt TOUCHDOWN End of Half

Western Michigan
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start WM 22 IA 44 WM 45 IA 15 IA 20 IA 35 WM 45 IA 36 IA 11 IA 17 IA 27

Time 14:14 7:45 4:51 0:50 7:42 4:57 15:00 10:42 3:20 15:00 9:26

Plays-Yds 8-19 3-5 6-45 6-15 1-8 7-65 7-37 9-64 3-5 8-83 18-63

TOP 4:32 1:26 2:57 2:44 0:09 3:34 2:31 4:06 1:21 3:20 9:26

Western Michigan
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start WM 18 WM 8 WM 1 WM 25 WM 34 WM 17 WM 37 IA 28 WM 28 WM 34 WM 8 WM 25 WM 25 WM 30 WM 28

Time 15:00 9:42 6:19 1:54 13:06 11:45 10:46 7:33 1:23 0:56 12:29 12:22 6:36 1:59 11:40

Plays-Yds TOP 3-1 3-7 1:57 3-7 1:28 3-7 1:04 3-6 1:21 3-0 0:59 8-44 3:04 6-22 2:36 3-4 0:27 5-22 0:51 1-0 0:07 4-39 1:40 6-31 3:16 5-25 1:59 3-9 2:14

Result 0:46 Punt Punt Punt Punt Punt Punt Interception FIELD GOAL Interception Punt Interception Fumble Punt Punt Punt

Minnesota
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start IA 16 IA 42 IA 33 IA 20 M 23 IA 15 IA 20 IA 29 IA 10 IA 49

Time 15:00 8:41 4:25 12:24 7:52 3:36 11:52 3:06 10:18 4:00

Plays-Yds 9-45 6-27 3-6 8-80 4-2 2-85 15-75 8-54 11-62 7-34

TOP 4:51 2:32 1:43 4:20 1:00 0:40 6:42 4:08 5:30 4:00

Result Punt FIELD GOAL Punt TOUCHDOWN Missed FG TOUCHDOWN FIELD GOAL Interception FIELD GOAL End of Half

Minnesota
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start M 9 M 18 M 32 M 21 M 21 M 25 M 25 IA 34 M 20 M 42

Time 10:09 6:09 2:42 8:04 6:52 2:56 15:00 5:10 13:58 4:48

Plays-Yds 3-3 3-2 9-24 1-0 6-25 5-11 7-23 4-34 9-23 4-5

TOP 1:28 1:44 5:18 0:12 3:16 2:21 3:08 2:04 3:40 0:48

Result Punt Punt Punt Interception Punt Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Interception

Michigan State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start IA 25 IA 9 IA 24 IA 20 IA 25 IA 25 IA 35 IA 25 IA 12 IA 19 IA 25 M 33 IA 25 IA 20

Time 15:00 11:10 6:11 3:53 11:44 6:18 3:14 11:55 6:15 2:38 13:28 12:03 5:25 4:00

Plays-Yds 3-8 3-4 2-0 3-8 3-6 6-75 6-65 6-22 3-2 3-7 3-(-1) 4-1 1-0 16-64

TOP 1:52 1:09 0:34 1:46 2:13 1:59 2:04 2:13 2:00 1:14 1:13 0:49 0:16 2:53

Result Punt Punt Interception Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt Punt Punt Missed FG Interception Downs

Michigan State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Start M 27 M 46 IA 23 M 42 M 25 M 31 M 25 M 25 M 10 IA 26 M 34 M 25 M 32 M 49

Time 13:08 10:01 5:37 2:07 9:31 4:19 1:10 15:00 9:42 4:15 1:24 12:15 11:14 5:09

Plays-Yds 5-20 7-30 4-4 12-48 7-75 3-3 3-0 7-7 5 7-44 4-8 8-34 2-0 12-45 3-4

TOP 1:58 3:50 1:44 5:23 3:13 1:05 0:38 3:05 3:27 1:37 2:56 0:12 5:49 1:09

Result Punt Downs Missed FG FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt FIELD GOAL FIELD GOAL Interception FIELD GOAL Punt

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

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26 Bowl Games

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21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Result TOUCHDOWN FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Interception

Ohio State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start IA 20 IA 23 IA 31 IA 29 IA 25 IA 25 IA 19 IA 25

Time 15:00 3:55 13:52 2:30 10:12 3:10 13:19 5:50

Plays-Yds 12-80 10-67 15-69 7-13 6-24 1-75 5-26 6-18

TOP 5:37 3:48 6:31 1:58 2:16 0:40 2:08 1:35

Ohio State
Qtr. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Start OSU 25 OSU 26 OSU 25 OSU 25 OSU 16 OSU 25 OSU 28 OSU 49

Time 9:23 0:02 7:21 15:00 7:56 2:30 11:11 4:15

Plays-Yds 12-65 4-74 9-46 13-75 11-84 10-75 11-64 9-18

TOP 5:23 1:04 4:51 4:42 4:41 4:06 5:21 4:15

Result FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Downs TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN FIELD GOAL End of half

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Individual Career Bests

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

PASSING
C.J. Beathard (RS Fr.) Att: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Comp: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 54 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TDs: -Long: 54 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Jake Rudock (RS So.) Att: 46 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Comp: 26 s. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 256 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TDs: 3 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Long: 85 at Ohio State (10/19/13)

Mark Weisman (Jr.) Att: 35 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Yards: 217 vs. C. Mich. (9/23/12) TDs: 3, 2X, last vs. C. Michigan (9/23/12) Long: 44 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.) Catches: 9 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Yards: 131 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) TDs: 2 vs. Pittsburgh (9/17/11) Long: 51 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12) Riley McCarron (RS Fr.) Catches: 2 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 11 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Long: 6 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Macon Plewa (So.) Catches: 1, 2X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Yards: 12 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Long: 12 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Damond Powell (Jr.) Catches: 2, 3X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Yards: 83 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 74 at Minnesota (9/28/13) TD: 1 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Don Shumpert (Sr.) Catches: 4 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12) Yards: 40 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Long: 37 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Tevaun Smith (So.) Catches: 6 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 59 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Long: 36 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Matt VandeBerg (Fr.) Catches: 4 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 36 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Long: 14 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Mark Weisman (Jr.) Catches: 3, 3x, last at Michigan (11/17/12) Yards: 33 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12) TDs: 1 at Michigan (11/17/12) Long: 21 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12)

RECEIVING
Damon Bullock (Jr.) Catches: 5, 3x, last vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 71 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Long: 47 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) TDs: 1 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Jordan Canzeri (So.) Catches: 6 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) Yards: 28 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) TDs: 1 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) Long: 12 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) Jordan Cotton (Sr.) Catches: 2, 5x (last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Yards: 58 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TDs: 1 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12) Long: 53 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Adam Cox (So.) Catches: 1, 2X, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) Yards: 35 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Long: 35 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Jake Duzey (So.) Catches: 6 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Yards: 138 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Long: 85 at Ohio State (10/19/13) TD: 1 at Ohio State (10/19/13) C.J. Fiedorowicz (Sr.) Catches: 8 at Michigan (11/17/12) Yards: 99 at Michigan (11/17/12) TD: 1, 7X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Long: 45 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12) Ray Hamilton (Jr.) Catches: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 39 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 21 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Jacob Hillyer (So.) Catches: 2 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Yards: 26 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Long: 26 at Iowa State (9/14/13) TD: 1, 2X, last vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) George Kittle (RS Fr.) Catches: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Yards: 47 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Long: 47 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Henry Krieger Coble (So.) Catches: 3 at Michigan (11/17/12) Yards: 24 at Michigan (11/17/12) TDs: 1 at Michigan (11/17/12) Long: 16 at Michigan (11/17/12)

RUSHING
C.J. Beathard (RS Fr.) Att: 4 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 30 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 9 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Damon Bullock (Jr.) Att: 30 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) Yards: 151 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) TDs: 1, 2x, last vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Long: 27 vs. UNI (9/15/12) Jordan Canzeri (So.) Att: 22 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) Yards: 73 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 16 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TD: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Jordan Cotton (Sr.) Att: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12) Yards: 3 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Long: 3 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Adam Cox (So.) Att: 1 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Yards: 5 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Long: 5 at Minnesota (9/28/13) LeShun Daniels, Jr. (Fr.) Att: 13 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 54 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 14 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TD: -Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.) Att: 1 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Yards: 15 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Long: 15 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Damond Powell (Jr.) Att: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Yards: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Long: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Jake Rudock (RS So.) Att: 8 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Yards: 35 at Minnesota (9/28/13) Long: 31 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TDs: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

DEFENSE
Quinton Alston (Jr.) Tackles: 3, 2X, last vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Solos: 2, 3x, last at Michigan (11/17/12) Asst: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TFL: 0.5 vs. Indiana (10/22/11) FR: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Dominic Alvis (Sr.) Tackles: 9 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Solos: 4 vs. Purdue (11/10/12) Asst: 7 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TFLs: 2, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Sacks: 1, 6x, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) FF: 1, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12) FR: 1 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12) PB: 1, 4x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12) Marcus Collins (Jr.) Tackles: 3 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11) Solos: 2 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11) Asst: 1, 9X, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) FF: 1 at Iowa State (9/14/13) QH: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)

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Individual Career Bests

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Darian Cooper (So.) Tackles: 5, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) Solos: 3 at Michigan (11/17/12) Asst: 4 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) TFL: 1, 4x, last at Iowa State (9/14/13) Sack: 1 at Iowa State (9/14/13) FR: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12) PB: 1, 2x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12) Carl Davis (Jr.) Tackles: 4, 3X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Solos: 2 vs. Penn State (10/20/12) Asst: 4 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Sack: 1 at Ohio State (10/19/13) TFL: 1, 2X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) FR: 1 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) Sean Draper (So.) Tackles: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Solos: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Maurice Fleming (RS Fr.) Tackles: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Solo: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) FF: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Anthony Gair (RS Fr.) Tackles: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Solos: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Asst: 1, 2X, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) Mike Hardy (Jr.) Tackles: 9 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Solos: 4 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Asst: 5 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Anthony Hitchens (Sr.) Tackles: 19 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12) Solos: 6, 6x, last at Iowa State (9/14/13) Asst: 13 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12) Sacks: 1, 2X, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) TFL: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) FR: 1 at Purdue (11/19/11) PB: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Jaleel Johnson (RS Fr.) Tackles: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Asst: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Desmond King (Fr.) Tackles: 12 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Solo: 10 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Asst: 4 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) TFL: 1 at Iowa State (9/14/13) FR: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) PB: 1, 3X, last vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) QH: 1 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13)

Christian Kirksey (Sr.) Tackles: 14 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Solo: 11 at Iowa State (9/10/11) Asst: 8 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TFL: 2 at Iowa State (9/10/11) Sacks: 1, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) INT: 1, 4x, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) TDs: 1, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) FF: 1, 4x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) FR: 1, 6x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) PB: 1, 5x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12) QH: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Nico Law (Jr.) Tackles: 8 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Solos: 5, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12) Asst: 5 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) TFL: 0.5, 2x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12) PB: 1 vs. Indiana (11/3/12) Ruben Lile (RS Fr.) Tackles: 1 at Iowa State (9/14/13) Jordan Lomax (So.) Tackles: 3, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Solo: 3 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Asst: 2 vs. N’western (10/15/11) John Lowdermilk (Jr.) Tackles: 9 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Solos: 5 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Asst: 6 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) TFL: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) PB: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) B.J. Lowery (Sr.) Tackles: 9 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) Solos: 7 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Asst: 4, 2x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) TFL: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12) INT: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TDs: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) FF: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) PB: 3 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) QH: 1 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Riley McMinn (So.) Tackles: 2 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12) Solos: 1, 2x, last vs. Penn St. (10/20/12) Asst: 1, 2x, last vs. Minnesota (9/29/12) Nate Meier (So.) Tackles: 2 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Solos: 2 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Asst: 1, 2X, last vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Sack: 1, 2X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) TFL: 1, 2X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Tanner Miller (Sr.) Tackles: 10 vs. Indiana (10/22/11) Solos: 7 vs. Indiana (10/22/11) Asst: 6, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TFL: 1, 4x, last vs. C. Michigan (9/23/12) INT: 2 at Purdue (11/19/11) TD: 1 vs. N’western (10/15/11) FF: 1, 3X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) PB: 2 at Penn State (10/8/11)

James Morris (Sr.) Tackles: 13, 6x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) Solos: 10 at Minnesota (10/29/11) Asst: 10 at Nebraska (11/25/11) Sacks: 1, 3X, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) TFL: 2, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) INT: 1, 5X, last vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) FF: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) FR: 1 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12) PB: 2 at Indiana (11/6/10) Drew Ott (So.) Tackles: 7 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) Solos: 2, 3X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Asst: 6 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13) TFL: 1 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) PB: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12) FF: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) QH: 2 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Travis Perry (So.) Tackles: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Solos: 1, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12) Asst: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Reggie Spearman (Fr.) Tackles: 4 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Asst: 4 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Louis Trinca-Pasat (Jr.) Tackles: 7 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12) Solos: 4, 2x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) Asst: 4, 3x, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13) Sack: 1 at Minnesota (9/28/13) TFL: 1.5, 2X, last at Minnesota (9/28/13) FR: 1 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) PB: 1, 3X, last at Ohio State (10/19/13) Blk: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

PUNT RETURNS
Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.) Returns: 4 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 184 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 83 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) TDs: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Riley McCarron Returns: 2 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 8 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 8 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)

KICKOFF RETURNS
Damon Bullock (Jr.) Returns: 1, 2x, last vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11) Yards: 23 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11) Long: 23 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11) Jordan Canzeri (So.) Returns: 2 vs. Michigan (11/5/11) Yards: 33 vs. Michigan (11/5/11) Long: 29 vs. Indiana (10/22/11) Jordan Cotton (Sr.) Returns: 6 at Ohio State (10/19/13) Yards: 152 vs. Penn State (10/20/12) Long: 92 vs. Penn State (10/20/12) TDs: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

Individual Career Bests

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Adam Cox (So.) Returns: 2 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13) Yards: 32 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13) Long: 16 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13) C.J. Fiedorowicz (Sr.) Returns: 1 at Indiana (11/6/10) Yards: 4 at Indiana (11/6/10) Long: 4 at Indiana (11/6/10) Ray Hamilton (Jr.) Returns: 1 vs. N. Illinois, Aug. 31, 2013 Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.) Returns: 4 at Nebraska (11/25/11) Yards: 82 at Nebraska (11/25/11) Long: 23 at Nebraska (11/25/11) Macon Plewa (So.) Returns: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Yards: 36 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 36 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Mark Weisman (Jr.) Returns: 1 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) Yards: 11 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) Long: 11 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

SPECIALISTS
Connor Kornbrath (So.) Punts: 8 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Yards: 354 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13) Avg: 47.0 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long: 61 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12) Inside 20: 4, 2X, last vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13 Mike Meyer (Sr.) Points: 15 at Iowa State (9/10/11) FG Attempts: 5, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12) FGs Made: 4, 4x, last vs. Mich. St. (10/13/12) PATs: 7 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13) Long FG: 50, 2x (last vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

Superlatives Under Coach Ferentz

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

MOST POINTS 1. 62 vs. Northwestern...................... 11-9-02 2. 59 vs. Northwestern.................... 11-10-01 59 vs. Western Michigan...............9-21-13 4. 57 vs. Akron................................... 8-31-02 5. 56 vs. Ball State................................ 9-3-05 56 vs. Buffalo.................................... 9-6-03 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1. vs. Ball State.................................. 9-26-10 0 vs. Minnesota............................ 11-21-09 0 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08 0 vs. Florida International................ 9-6-08 0 vs. Syracuse................................... 9-8-07 0 vs. Ball State.................................. 9-3-05 0 vs. Kent State................................ 9-1-01 0 vs. Northern Illinois..................... 9-18-99 MOST FIRST DOWNS 1. 30 vs. Kent State.............................. 9-1-01 2. 29 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-00 29 vs. Indiana............................... 10-23-99 4. 28 vs. Louisiana-Monroe................ 9-24-11 28 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-26-10 28 at Indiana................................ 10-11-08 28 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-19-05 28 vs. Buffalo.................................... 9-6-03 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 1. 5 vs. Syracuse................................... 9-8-07 2. 6 vs. Eastern Illinois.......................... 9-4-10 6 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08 6 vs. Penn State............................ 10-23-04 5. 8 vs. Ball State................................ 9-26-10 8 vs. Arizona................................... 9-19-09 7. 9 vs. Georgia Tech............................ 1-5-10 9 vs. Penn State............................ 10-25-03 9 vs. Western Michigan................9-21-13 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 60 vs. Kent State.............................. 9-4-04 60 at Iowa State...........................9-14-13 3. 59 vs. Northwestern.................... 11-10-01 4. 58 vs. Missouri State......................9-7-13 58 vs. Western Michigan...............9-21-13 6. 56 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-16-02 7. 53 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-17-01 8. 51 at Indiana................................ 10-11-08 51 vs. Penn State.......................... 10-25-03 FEWEST RUSHING ATT., OPPONENT 1. 17 by Miami (Ohio).......................... 9-7-02 2. 19 by Kent State............................... 9-4-05 3. 20 by Michigan State.................... 10-30-10 20 by Michigan............................. 10-26-02 20 by Utah State............................ 9-21-02 20 by Texas Tech........................... 11-29-01 20 by Western Michigan...............9-21-13

MOST RUSHING YARDS 1. 376 vs. Akron................................. 8-31-02 2. 365 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-16-02 3. 328 vs. Florida.................................. 1-1-04 4. 301 vs. Illinois................................. 10-1-05 5. 300 vs. Utah State.......................... 9-21-02 6. 298 vs. Missouri State.....................9-7-13 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED 1. -13 vs. Kent State............................. 9-4-04 2. 7 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08 3. 10 vs. Montana................................ 9-2-06 4. 14 vs. Miami (Ohio).......................... 9-7-02 5. 19 vs. Wisconsin........................... 10-12-05 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 55 vs. Florida.................................... 1-1-06 2. 51 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-99 3. 48 vs. Pittsburgh............................ 9-17-11 4. 47 vs. Michigan State................... 11-12-11 5. 46 vs. Michigan State....................10-5-13 46 vs. Purdue................................. 11-6-04 7. 45 vs. Oklahoma.......................... 12-30-11 45 vs. Ohio State.......................... 10-30-99 9. 43 at Northwestern...................... 11-13-10 10. 42 vs. Iowa State.............................. 9-8-12 42 vs. Iowa State............................ 9-10-05 MOST PASSES COMPLETED 1. 36 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-99 2. 32 vs. Florida.................................... 1-1-06 3. 31 vs. Pittsburgh............................ 9-17-11 4. 30 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-00 5. 29 vs. Ohio State.......................... 10-30-99 6. 28 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-99 FEWEST PASSES ATT., OPPONENT 1. 9 by Georgia Tech............................. 1-5-10 2. 10 by Northwestern..................... 10-27-12 3. 13 by Nebraska.............................. 9-23-00 13 by Iowa State............................ 9-11-99 5. 14 by Nebraska............................ 11-23-12 6. 15 by Nebraska................................ 9-4-99 7. 16 by Northern Illinois..................... 9-1-12 16 by Wisconsin........................... 11-13-99 FEWEST PASSES COMP., OPPONENT 1. 2 by Georgia Tech............................. 1-5-10 2. 6 by Northern Illinois....................... 9-1-12 6 by Iowa State.............................. 9-11-99 4. 7 by Northwestern....................... 10-27-12 7 by Syracuse................................... 9-8-07 7 by Buffalo...................................... 9-6-03 7. 8 by Nebraska.............................. 11-23-12 8 by Ball State................................ 9-26-10 9. 9 by Maine..................................... 8-30-08 9 by Penn State............................ 11-13-04 9 by Minnesota............................ 10-23-04

MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 426 vs. Indiana............................. 10-23-99 2. 399 vs. Pittsburgh.......................... 9-17-11 2. 380 vs. Indiana............................... 9-30-00 3. 377 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-19-05 4. 364 at Minnesota......................... 11-18-06 5. 357 vs. Purdue............................... 10-8-05 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED 1. 12 vs. Georgia Tech.......................... 1-5-10 2. 54 vs. Northern Illinois..................... 9-1-12 3. 56 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-26-10 4. 58 vs. Buffalo.................................... 9-6-03 5. 63 vs. Nebraska............................ 11-23-12 6. 73 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-04 7. 79 vs. Syracuse................................. 9-8-07 8. 83 vs. Maine................................... 8-30-08 MOST TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 613 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-19-05 2. 602 vs. Northwestern.................. 11-10-01 3. 593 vs. Akron................................. 8-31-02 4. 562 vs. Ball State............................ 9-26-10 5. 552 vs. Indiana............................. 10-23-99 6. 546 at Minnesota......................... 11-18-06 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED 1. 103 vs. Syracuse............................... 9-8-07 2. 110 vs. Kent State............................ 9-4-04 3. 112 vs. Ball State............................ 9-26-10 4. 134 at Minnesota......................... 11-22-08 5. 144 vs. Montana.............................. 9-2-06 144 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-3-05 PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. OF 4) 1. 51.5 vs. W. Michigan........................ 9-9-00 2. 51.0 vs. Arizona.............................. 9-19-09 3. 50.2 vs. Penn State......................... 11-4-00 4. 50.0 vs. Wisconsin........................ 11-13-99 5. 49.2 vs. LSU...................................... 1-1-05 6. 49.0 vs. Miami (Ohio)....................... 9-7-02 MOST TIME OF POSSESION 1. 41:53 vs. Kent State......................... 9-4-04 2. 38:42 vs. Northern Illinois................ 9-1-12 3. 38:27 vs. Michigan....................... 10-26-02 4. 38:18 vs. Missouri State..................9-7-13 5. 38:07 at Indiana........................... 10-11-08 6. 38:03 at Iowa State.......................9-14-13 7. 37:56 vs. Arizona............................ 9-19-09 8. 37:37 at Minnesota...................... 11-22-08 9. 36:11 vs. Western Michigan..........9-21-13 36:11 vs. Illinois............................. 11-1-03 Boldface denotes 2013

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Northern Illinois 30, Iowa 27 Aug. 31, 2013, Kinnick Stadium -- Iowa City, Iowa Northern Illinois Iowa 10 7 3 10 -- 30 7 17 0 3 -- 27

First Quarter NIU -- Mathew Sims, 47-yard field goal NIU -- Tommylee Lewis, 40-yard pass from Jordan Lynch (Sims kick) IA -- Christian Kirksey, 52-yard fumble return (Meyer kick) Second Quarter IA -- Mike Meyer, 28-yard field goal IA -- C.J. Fiedorowicz, 11-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) NIU -- Tommylee Lewis, 21-yard pass from Jordan Lynch (Sims kick) IA -- Jake Rudock, 6-yard run (Meyer kick) Third Quarter NIU -- Mathew Sims, 25-yard field goal Fourth Quarter IA -- Mike Meyer, 44-yard field goal NIU -- Da’Ron Brown, 33-yard pass from Jordan Lynch (Sims kick) NIU -- Mathew Sims, 36-yard field goal Attendance: 67,402 IOWA 24 43-202 256 21-37-2 80-458 7-36.7 1-1 6-35 30:40 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time NIU 20 42-163 275 25-41-0 83-438 8-42.6 2-1 8-64 29:20

GAME RECAP Northern Illinois scored the final 10 points to escape Kinnick Stadium with a 30-27 win over Iowa in the season opener. The loss snapped a 12-game winning streak in season openers for the Hawkeyes and was Northern Illinois’ first win over Iowa in nine games. Trailing 10-0, Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey forced and returned a fumble 52 yards for a TD. Kirksey, who celebrated his 21st birthday on gameday, also finished with a careerhigh 14 tackles. The score was Kirksey’s third of his career; the senior returned two interceptions for scores in 2012. Mike Meyer connected on a 28-yard field goal to even the score before TE C.J. Fiedorowicz caught an 11-yard touchdown to give the Hawkeyes a 17-10 advantage. NIU tied the game on QB Jordan Lynch’s second TD pass, but Iowa QB Jake Rudock gave the home squad a 24-17 halftime lead on a 6-yard scoring run with 53 seconds left. An NIU fake punt led to the only points of the third quarter, a 25-yard field goal by Mathew Sims. Meyer split the uprights from 44 yards to make the score 27-20 with 6:42 remaining before the Huskies scored the final 10 points of the game, including the game-winning 36yard field goal with four seconds left. In his first collegiate game, Rudock was 21-37 for 256 yards with two TD’s (one rush and one pass) and two interceptions. The 256 yards equal the fourth-most passing yards by an Iowa quarterback in his first career start, tying Jake Christensen’s 256 against Northern Illinois in 2006. Rudock completed passes to nine Hawkeye receivers. RB Mark Weisman rushed 20 times for 100 yards, marking the fifth time in his career that the former walk-on reached 100 yards. WR Kevonte Martin-Manley caught a personalbest nine balls for 79 yards. Other Hawkeyes making their first collegiate starts included: WR Don Sumpert, DE Drew Ott, DT Carl Davis, SS John Lowdermilk and CB Jordan Lomax. Lynch led the Huskies with 331 yards total offense, completing 25-41 passes for 275 yards with three touchdowns and rushing 22 times for 56 yards. Game time temperature was 85 degrees, the warmest season-opening temperature for an Iowa game since playing Kansas State in Kansas City in 2000 (94 degrees).
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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Weisman 20-100; Bullock 17-76 NIU: Lynch 22-56; Stingily 12-42; Wedel 1-42 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 21-37-256, 1 TD, 2 INT NIU: Lynch 25-41-275, 3 TD, 0 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Martin-Manley 9-79; Cotton 2-58 NIU: Brown 7-92; Lewis 5-82 TACKLES: IOWA: Kirksey 14; Hitchens 13 NIU: Ward 13, Bass 10
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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Iowa 28, Missouri State 14 Sept. 7, 2013, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa Missouri State 0 0 0 14 -- 14 Iowa 7 0 14 7 -- 28 GAME RECAP QB Jake Rudock and RB Mark Weisman combined for four rushing touchdowns in a 28-14 victory over Missouri State in Kinnick Stadium. Rudock scored the only points of the first half, scampering six yards for a score in the first quarter to give the Hawkeyes the early 7-0 advantage. Weisman, who rushed for a game-high 180 yards on 30 carries, rushed for a pair of scores in the third period (10 and 3 yards) to give the Hawkeyes a 21-0 cushion. A 37-yard rush in the third quarter pushed Weisman over the career 1,000yard rushing plateau. Missouri State quickly answered with two touchdowns in 10 seconds in the first minute of the fourth period. The Bears posted a 27-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the fourth quarter, followed by a 28-yard interception return to make the score 21-14. Iowa answered with a 10-play, 65-yard drive that culminated with a 2-yard scoring run by Rudock, his third of the season. DB Tanner Miller intercepted his fifth career pass in the end zone on Missouri State’s next possession to help preserve Iowa’s first victory of 2013. Iowa amassed 489 yards total offense, its highest total since totaling 562 versus Ball State on Sept. 26, 2010. The Hawkeyes rushed 58 times for 296 yards, marking the third highest amount of rushing attempts during the Kirk Ferentz era. Defensively, Iowa forced the Bears to 1-of-10 on third downs, including forcing five three-and-outs. The Hawkeyes limited the Bears to 197 yards of total offense. Rudock completed 19-28 passes for 193 yards and rushed seven times for 33 yards, including two rushing touchdowns. The sophomore signal caller distributed the ball to 10 different receivers. TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE Jake Duzey and WR Kevonte Martin-Manley each caught three passes for a combined 81 yards. Linebackers Anthony Hitchens and James Morris combined for 14 tackles. Hitchens had eight, while Morris’ six stops put him over 300 tackles in his career. Iowa held the ball for 38:18, its fourth-best time of possession mark under Ferentz, compared to only 21:42 for the Bears.
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First Quarter IA -- Jake Ruduck, 6-yard run (Meyer kick) Third Quarter IA -- Mark Weisman, 10-yard run (Meyer kick) IA -- Mark Weisman, 3-yard run (Meyer kick) Fourth Quarter MSU -- Julian Burton, 27-yard pass from Kierra Harris (Witmer kick) MSU -- Rique Bentley, 28-yard interception return (Witmer kick) IA -- Jake Rudock, 2-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) Attendance: 64,201 MSU 12 23-70 127 14-30-1 53-197 8-40.9 2-1 4-55 21:42 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time IOWA 25 58-296 193 19-28-1 86-489 5-37.2 0-0 11-100 36:37

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Weisman 30-180; Bullock 10-40 MSU: Johnson 7-26; Scott 6-18; Harris 6-18 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 19-28-193, 0 TD, 1 INT MSU: Harris 14-30-127, 1 TD, 1 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Fiedorowicz 3-31; Duzey 3-26; Martin-Manley 3-24 MSU: Burton 6-67; Buford 4-33 TACKLES: IOWA: Hitchens 8; Lowdermilk 6; Morris 6 MSU: Crutcher 11; Berry 10; Schaffitzel

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Iowa 27, Iowa State 21 Sept. 14, 2013, Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, Iowa Iowa 0 13 7 7 -- 27 Iowa State 0 0 7 14 -- 21 GAME RECAP The Hawkeyes earned program win No. 600 following a 27-21 triumph over in-state rival Iowa State at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. The Hawkeyes were led by their running game, amassing 218 of their 378 total yards on the ground. RB Mark Weisman accounted for 145 rushing yards on 35 attempts, becoming the first Hawkeye since Shonn Greene (2008) to go over 100 yards in Iowa’s first three games of a season. Iowa (83) ran 20 more offensive plays than ISU (63), possessing the football for 38:03, compared to 21:57 for the Cyclones. After a scoreless first quarter, the Hawkeyes posted 13 points in the second period. QB Jake Rudock connected with WR Kevonte Martin-Manley for a 5-yard scoring strike to give the visitors an early 7-0 lead. PK Mike Meyer split the uprights from 27 and 38 yards to extend Iowa’s advantage to 13-0 at halftime. ISU cut the Hawkeye lead to 13-7 on a 67-yard touchdown pass from QB Sam Richardson to WR Quenton Bundrage. The Hawkeyes responded with two-straight touchdown drives, including WR Jacob Hillyer’s 26-yard scoring reception, and a 1-yard plunge by Rudock to extend Iowa’s lead to 27-7 with seven minutes remaining in the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk contest. Bundrage caught his second and third touchdown grabs of 26 and 17 yards, respectively to pull the Cyclones to within 27-21 with 2:26 remaining, however, Iowa recovered an onside kick attempt by Iowa State and held on for the six-point victory. Rudock completed 14-23 passes for 160 yards while accounting for three scores (two passing and one rushing). Rudock became the first Iowa quarterback to score a rushing touchdown in three consecutive games. Martin-Manley caught a team-high seven passes for 60 yards for the Hawkeyes, which put him over 100 catches and 1,000 receiving yards in his career. DB B.J. Lowery and LB James Morris both recorded interceptions for Iowa. Richardson completed 22-39 passes for 260 yards and three touchdowns, but also had two interceptions for the Cyclones. Bundrage finished with seven receptions for 146 yards receiving and three scores to lead ISU.
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Second Quarter IA -- Kevonte Martin-Manley, 5-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) IA -- Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal IA -- Mike Meyer, 38-yard field goal Third Quarter ISU -- Quenton Bundrage, 67-yard pass from Sam Richardson (Netten kick) IA -- Jacon Hillyer, 26-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Fourth Quarter IA -- Jake Rudock, 1-yard run (Meyer kick) ISU -- Quenton Bundrage, 26-yard pass from Sam Richardson (Netten kick) ISU -- Quenton Bundrage, 17-yard pass from Sam Richardson (Netten kick) Attendance: 56,800 IOWA 21 60-218 160 14-23-0 83-378 6-39.7 2-1 3-20 38:03 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time ISU 14 24-59 260 22-39-2 63-319 6-42.2 1-0 3-38 21:57

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Weisman 35-148; Bullock 13-50 ISU: White 5-26; Wimberly 2-13 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 14-23-160, 2 TD, 0 INT UNI: Richardson 22-39-260, 3 TD, 2 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Martin-Manley 7-60; Hamilton 2-34 ISU: Bundrage 7-146; Ecby 4-50 TACKLES: IOWA: Kirksey 11; Hitchens 10 ISU: Washington 13; George 13

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Iowa 59, Western Michigan 3 Sept. 21, 2013, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa Western Michigan 0 3 0 0 -- 3 Iowa 10 28 14 7 -- 59 GAME RECAP For the first time in school history, two different Hawkeyes returned two punt returns and two interceptions for scores, en route to a 59-3 victory over Western Michigan in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa scored touchdowns four different ways (run, pass, punt return and interception return) for the first time since 2003 against Buffalo. The 59 points are second-highest during the Kirk Ferentz era (62 against Northwestern in 2002), while the 56-point margin of victory equaled the largest under Ferentz (56-0 win over Ball State in 2005). Furthermore, Iowa’s 38 points in the first half were the most by the Hawkeyes in a half since scoring 49 against Ball State (2005). Kevonte Martin-Manley returned four punts for 184 yards and two scores (63 and 83 yards), just 17 yards shy of Nile Kinnick’s school record of 201 punt returns yards in 1939 against Indiana. Martin-Manley’s 83-yard return tied for the seventh-longest punt return in school history, while his second of 63 yards etched his name in the Hawkeye record books as the only Hawkeye to return two punts for scores in a game, and only the third Big Ten player to ever accomplish the feat. B.J. Lowery returned interceptions 13 and 35 yards for touchdowns to become the first Hawkeye to ever return to thefts for scores. Lowery became just the second Big Ten player since 1998 to return two picks for scores. The two picks for touchdowns ties for the second-most in a singlegame in NCAA history. Iowa rushed 58 times for 258 yards. Six Hawkeyes rushed for 30 yards or more, led by Jordan Canzeri’s 13 carries for 73 yards and a 16-yard score -- his first career rushing touchdown. Receivers Damond Powell (29 yards) and Jacob Hillyer (21 yards) scored Iowa’s other two touchdowns. Powell’s 29-yarder was the first of his career. QB Jake Rudock completed 10-15 passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed four times for 30 yards. Mike Meyer scored the first points of the game on a 20yard field goal, the 50th of his career. Meyer’s 10 points moved him past Kyle Schlicher for fourth in Iowa career scoring.
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First Quarter IA - - Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal IA -- Jacob Hillyer, 21-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Second Quarter IA -- Kevonte-Martin Manley, 83-yard punt return (Meyer kick) IA -- Kevonte-Martin Manley, 63-yard punt return (Meyer kick) WMU -- Andrew Haldeman, 23-yard field goal IA -- Mark Weisman, 4-yard run (Meyer kick) IA -- B.J. Lowery, 35-yard interception return (Meyer kick) Third Quarter IA -- B.J. Lowery 13-yard interception return (Meyer kick) IA -- Damond Powell, 29-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Fourth Quarter IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 16-yard run (Meyer kick) Attendance: 66,886 WMU 9 20-74 135 16-38-3 58-209 10-41.0 2-1 2-16 23:49 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time IOWA 22 58-258 188 11-18-0 76-446 3-47.0 3-2 6-60 36:11

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Canzeri 13-73; Daniels 13-54 WMU: Fields 15-58 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 10-15-134, 2 TD, 0 INT WMU: Van Tubbergen 14-32-114, 0 TD, 2 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Hamilton 3-39; Powell 2-83 WMU: Fields 5-57; Moulton 3-28 TACKLES: IOWA: Morris 7, Hitchens 6 WMU: Currie 9; Atkins 8

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

26 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Iowa 23, Minnesota 7 Sept. 28, 2013, TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn. Iowa 3 14 3 3 -- 23 Minnesota 0 0 7 0 -- 7 GAME RECAP Iowa scored the first 20 points en route to a 23-7 road victory over Minnesota to spoil the Gophers’ Homecoming and retain possession of the Floyd of Rosedale trophy. The Hawkeyes dominated the contest, outgaining the Gophers 464-165 in total yards. Iowa topped 200 yards rushing for the fifth consecutive game, accumulating 246 yards on the ground. Iowa’s defense was spectacular, limiting Minnesota to 30 yards rushing on 27 attempts (1.1 avg.), collecting two interceptions, and amassing six tackles for loss, including a season-high four sacks. The Gophers entered the game averaging 282 yards rushing per game. The Hawkeyes struck first with a 49-yard Mike Meyer field goal in the first period. Jake Rudock scrambled for a 4-yard scoring run in the second quarter, becoming the first Hawkeye QB to rush for five scores in a single-season since Nathan Chandler (6) in 2003. Later in the second quarter, Rudock connected with WR Damond Powell on a screen pass that Powell took 74 yards to the end zone, extending Iowa’s advantage to 17-0 at halftime. The 74-yard pass play is the longest play from scrimmage for the Hawkeyes. Meyer added second-half field goals of 23 and 46 yards, giving him 11 points to surpass Kyle Schlicher for third in Iowa career scoring (278). RB Mark Weisman carried the ball 24 times for 147 yards, marking the eighth time in his career and fourth time this season the Iowa junior surpassed 100 yards on the ground. WR Kevonte Martin-Manley caught six balls for 56 yards, while Rudock completed 15-25 passes for 218 yards and accounting for two touchdowns (one pass and one rush). The Hawkeyes maintained possession for 36:01, marking the fourth straight contest Iowa held the ball for more than 36 minutes. LB Anthony Hitchens led the Hawkeye defense with 10 tackles, becoming the 69th Hawkeye to collect 200 career tackles. LB James Morris added eight tackles, including a QB sack, and a fourth quarter interception. Minnesota QB Philip Nelson completed 12-of-24 passes for 135 yards, while its leading rusher, Rodrick Williams, was held to just 22 yards on seven attempts.
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First Quarter IA -- Mike Meyer, 49-yard field goal Second Quarter IA -- Jake Rudock, 4-yard run (Meyer kick) IA -- Damond Powell, 74-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Third Quarter IA -- Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal UM -- Derrick Engel, 23-yard pass from Philip Nelson (Hawthorne kick) Fourth Quarter IA -- Mike Meyer, 46-yard field goal Attendance: 51,382 IOWA 22 45-246 218 15-25-1 70-464 2-29.5 1-0 1-10 36:01 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time MINN 11 27-30 135 12-24-2 51-165 7-46.6 0-0 5-45 23:39

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Weisman 24-147 MINN: Williams 7-22; Cobb 8-20 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 15-25-218, 1 TD, 1 INT MINN: Nelson 12-24-135, 1 TD, 2 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Martin-Manley 6-56; Powell 1-74 MINN: Engel 5-67; Cobb 3-16 TACKLES: IOWA: Hitchens 10, Morris 8 MINN: Wilson 10, Thompson 10

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

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11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

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Michigan State 26, Iowa 14 Oct. 5, 2013, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa Michigan State 0 10 10 6 -- 26 Iowa 0 14 0 0 -- 14 GAME RECAP Michigan State scored the final 16 points, all in the second half, to pull away and post a 26-14 victory over Iowa and spoil the Hawkeyes’ Homecoming in Kinnick Stadium. The win was the first by the Spartans when playing Iowa on its Homecoming (6-1-1). After a scoreless first quarter, the Spartans scored 10 straight points -- a 27-field goal and a 46-yard pass play. The Hawkeyes answered with touchdowns on their next two drives. QB Jake Rudock engineered back-to-back scoring drives, completing 11 consecutive passes in the process. RB Damon Bullock capped off the first drive with a 47-yard touchdown reception, followed by a 10-yard scoring strike from Rudock to TE C.J. Fiedorowicz to give the Hawkeyes a 14-10 halftime advantage. Fiedorowicz’s catch extended his streak of catching at least one pass to 24 games, which is second-best among FBS tight ends. Michigan State controlled the second half, scoring 16 points and holding the Hawkeyes to no points and 95 total yards. The Spartans converted field goals on 35, 40 and 49 yards and posted a 37-yard touchdown pass to finish the scoring. Rudock completed 26-of-42 passes for 241 yards and two touchdowns. WR Tevaun Smith caught a career-high six balls for 59 yards, while Bullock had five receptions for 71 yards and a score. Defensively, Iowa linebackers James Morris and Anthony Hitchens each were credited with 12 tackles. Morris also collected his third interception of the season. True freshman cornerback Desmond King had a personal-best 11 stops. Michigan State QB Connor Cook completed 25-of-44 passes for 277 yards and two scores. WR Bennie Fowler caught nine balls for a game-high 92 yards to lead the Spartan receivers. The Spartans maintained possession for 37:13, while Iowa had the ball for a season-low 22:47. Iowa was limited to a season-low 23 rushing yards on 16 attempts.

Second Quarter MSU -- Michaek Geiger, 27-yard field goal MSU -- Macgarrett Kings, 46-yard pass from Connor Cook (Geiger kick) IA -- Damon Bullock, 47-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) IA -- C.J. Fiedorowicz 10-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Third Quarter MSU -- Bennie Fowler, 37-yard pass from Connor Cook (Geiger kick) MSU -- Michaek Geiger, 35-yard field goal Fourth Quarter MSU -- Michaek Geiger, 49-yard field goal MSU -- Michaek Geiger, 40-yard field goal Attendance: 69,025 MSU 20 37-135 277 25-44-1 81-412 8-44.4 0-0 8-70 37:13 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Com-Att-Int Total Offense Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time IOWA 13 16-23 241 26-46-2 62-264 8-44.2 0-0 3-34 22:47

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Rudock 3-11; Weisman 7-9 MSU: Langford 14-43; Williams 9-32 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 26-46-241, 2 TD, 0 INT MSU: Cook 25-44-277, 2 TD, 1 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Smith 6-59; Bullock 5-71 MSU: Fowler 9-92; Kings 5-94 TACKLES: IOWA: Hitchens 12, Morris, 12 MSU: Dennard 8

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Game #8 vs. Northwestern

2013 Iowa Game Summaries

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11 Big Ten Championships

21 Consensus All-Americans
SCORING SUMMARY

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Ohio State 34, Iowa 24 Oct. 19, 2013, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio Iowa 10 7 7 0 -- 24 Ohio State 3 7 14 10 -- 34 GAME RECAP Ohio State outscored Iowa 24-7 in the second half to register a 34-24 come-from-behind victory over the Hawkeyes in Ohio Stadium on its Homecoming. The Hawkeyes controlled most of the first half, scoring 17 points on their first three possessions while controlling the clock with 10-plus play scoring drives. TE C.J. Fiedorowicz opened the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown reception from QB Jake Rudock on the Hawkeyes’ opening drive. After the teams traded field goals on their next respective drives, and the Buckeyes tied the game, 10-10, on a 58-yard pass play from QB Braxton Miller to WR Corey Brown. Iowa took a 17-10 advantage into half on a 6-yard scoring play from Rudock to WR Kevonte Martin-Manley. The Hawkeyes scored 17 points on 17 first downs and converted 7-of-9 third downs the first 30 minutes. Ohio State shut down Iowa’s offense in the second half, limiting the Hawkeyes to only seven points, four first downs and 1-of-4 on third downs. The Buckeyes scored back-to-back touchdowns to grab a 24-17 lead late in the third period. Iowa answered on its next possession with Rudock’s third touchdown pass of the game -- 85 yards to TE Jake Duzey to even the score once again, 24-24. The 85-yard pass play ranks as the ninth-longest in school history and the secondlongest by an Iowa tight end. The Buckeyes added 10 points in the fourth quarter to provide the final margin, 34-24. Rudock completed 19-of-34 passes for 245 yards and a career-best three touchdowns. Eleven of his 19 completions were to tight ends for 191 yards. Duzey posted personal bests in catches (6) and receiving yards (138). The 138 yards are the most by a Hawkeye tight end under Kirk Ferentz. Miller completed 22-of-27 passes for 222 yards and two touchdowns, while also running for 102 yards. RB Carlos Hyde rushed a game-high 24 times for 149 yards and two scores. CB Desmond King had 12 tackles (10 solo), which garnered the true freshman Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors. LB James Morris was credited with 13 stops, including one of Iowa’s two QB sacks.
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First Quarter IA -- C.J. Fiedorowicz, 2-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) OSU -- Drew Basil, 27-yard field goal IA -- Mike Meyer, 28-yard field goal Second Quarter OSU -- Corey Brown, 58-yard pass from Braxton Miller (Basil kick) IA -- Kevonte Martin-Manley, 6-yard pass from Jake Rudock (Meyer kick) Third Quarter OSU -- Carlos Hyde, 1-yard run (Basil kick) OSU -- Devin Smith, 14-yard pass from Braxton Miller (Basil kick) IA -- Jake Duzey, 85-yard pass from Jake Rudock, (Meyer kick) Fourth Quarter OSU -- Carlos Hyde, 19-yard run (Basil kick) OSU -- Drew Basil, 25-yard field goal Attendance: 105,264 IOWA 22 27-130 245 19-34-1 61-375 3-38.3 0-0 3-30 25:00 TEAM STATS OSU First Downs 30 Rushes-Yards 51-273 Passing Yards 222 Com-Att-Int 22-27-0 Total Offense 78-495 Punts-Avg. 0-0.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 Penalties-Yards 3-22 Possession Time 35:00

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Bullock 10-56; Weisman 10-52 OSU: Hyde 24-149; Miller 18-102 PASSING: IOWA: Rudock 19-34-245, 3 TD, 1 INT OSU: Miller 22-27-222, 2 TD, 0 INT RECEIVING: IOWA: Duzey 6-138, Fiedorowicz 4-29 OSU: Smith 7-72; Brown 3-72 TACKLES: IOWA: King 12, Morris 12, Hitchens 11 OSU: Shazier 9, Grant 8
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No. Name....................... Pos. 1 Marshall Koehn....................PK 2 Malik Rucker........................DB 3 Barkley Hill...........................RB 3 Paul Brown...........................DB 4 * Tevaun Smith ^....................WR 5 ** Damon Bullock ^..................RB 5 *** Tanner Miller ^......................DB 6 Reggie Spearman................ LB 6 Justin Joyce........................ QB 7 * Sean Draper.........................DB 7 Drew Zaun...........................WR 8 ** Don Shumpert ^..................WR 9 Nic Shimonek...................... QB 9 Blake Haluska.....................WR 10 Jonathan Parker...................RB 11 ** Kevonte Martin-Manley.......WR 11 David Tann...........................DB 12 Anthony Gair........................DB 13 Greg Mabin..........................DB 14 Desmond King......................DB 14 Connor Keane.....................WR 15 Jake Rudock....................... QB 15 Steve Manders..................... LB 16 C.J. Beathard...................... QB 17 * Jacob Hillyer........................WR 18 Derrick Willies.....................WR 19 *** B.J. Lowery ^........................DB 19 Cody Sokol.......................... QB 20 *** Christian Kirksey ^................ LB 20 Andrew Stone......................WR 21 ** Nico Law ^............................DB 21 Trev Hadachek....................WR 22 Damond Powell...................WR 23 * Jordan Cotton......................WR 25 Ruben Lile............................DB 26 Michael Malloy.....................RB 26 Kevin Ward...........................DB 27 * Jordan Lomax......................DB 28 Maurice Fleming...................DB 29 LeShun Daniels, Jr...............RB 30 Sean Skradis........................DB No. Name....................... Pos. 31 *** Anthony Hitchens ^.............. LB 31 Akrum Wadley......................RB 32 Solomon Warfield.................DB 32 Andrew Wellik......................RB 33 * Jordan Canzeri.....................RB 34 Nate Meier ^.........................DE 35 Gavin Smith..........................DB 36 Cole Fisher........................ OLB 37 ** John Lowdermilk ^................DB 38 Adam Cox............................ FB 38 Dalton Shaull........................ LB 39 * Travis Perry.......................... LB 40 Berkley Grimm.....................FB 41 Bo Bower.............................. LB 42 Macon Plewa........................ FB 43 Josey Jewell...................... OLB 44 *** James Morris ^..................... LB 45 * Mark Weisman.....................RB 46 George Kittle........................TE 46 Chad Gilson......................... LB 47 John Kenny....................... OLB 48 Ike Boettger.......................... TE 48 Luke Lindahl......................... LB 49 Melvin Spears......................DE 50 Palmer Foster.................... OLB 51 Laron Taylor......................... LB 52 ** Quinton Alston ^................... LB 52 Boone Myers........................OL 54 Steve Ferentz.......................OL 54 Drake Kulick......................... LB 55 ** Marcus Collins ^................... LB 55 Tanner Olde..........................OL 56 Faith Ekakitie........................ DL 57 Tommy Gaul.........................OL 58 Eric Simmons.......................OL 59 * Conor Boffeli........................OL 60 Jalen Chambers...................OL 61 ** Casey Kreiter....................... LS 63 * Austin Blythe........................OL 64 Cole Croston........................OL 65 * Jordan Walsh.......................OL No. Name....................... Pos. 66 Colin Goebel........................OL 67 Jaleel Johnson..................... DL 68 ** Brandon Scherff...................OL 70 *** Brett Van Sloten...................OL 71 * Carl Davis............................. DL 72 Brant Gressel....................... DL 73 Ryan Ward...........................OL 74 Mitch Keppy.........................OL 75 Dean Tsopanides ................ DL 76 ** Nolan MacMillan...................OL 77 Reid Sealby..........................OL 77 Daniel Gaffey....................... DL 78 * Andrew Donnal.....................OL 78 Corbin Blythe........................ DL 79 ** Dominic Alvis........................ DL 79 Sean Welsh..........................OL 80 * Henry Krieger Coble.............TE 81 Jon Wisnieski....................... TE 82 ** Ray Hamilton ^..................... TE 83 Riley McCarron...................WR 84 Andre Harris........................WR 85 Derrick Mitchell, Jr...............WR 86 *** C.J. Fiedorowicz ^................ TE 87 * Jake Duzey..........................TE 87 Wil Rathjen........................... DL 88 A.J. Jones...........................WR 88 Jake Hulett........................... DL 89 Matt VandeBerg..................WR 90 * Louis Trinca-Pasat............... DL 91 Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara.DL 92 Will Kincart........................... DL 92 Peter Pekar.......................... TE 94 Riley McMinn........................DE 95 Drew Ott ^............................ DL 96 *** Mike Meyer ^........................PK 97 * Darian Cooper...................... DL 97 Tyler Kluver.......................... LS 98 * Mike Hardy........................... DL 98 * Connor Kornbrath ^................ P 99 Nathan Bazata..................... DL

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