Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

IOWA OFFENSE WR ....... 7 McNutt, 15 Johnson-Koulianos/ 22 Sandeman LT ......... 79 Bulaga, 77 Reiff LG ........ 77 Reiff, 73 Gettis/ 90 Kuempel C......... 52 Eubanks, 67 Koeppel RG ........ 78 Richardson, 63 Vandervelde/ 74 Doering RT ........ 60 Calloway, 56 Zusevics TE ......... 81 Moeaki, 82 Reisner QB ........ 12 Stanzi, 16 Vandenberg/14 Wienke WR ....... 86 Stross, 26 Chaney, Jr. RB ........ 32 Robinson, 3 Wegher FB......... 36 Morse, 47 Leppert IOWA DEFENSE DE ........ 94 Clayborn, 58 Daniel DT ........ 95 Klug, 61 Meade DT ........ 46 Ballard, 93 Daniels DE ........ 91 Binns, 64 Hundertmark OLB ...... 49 Edds, 45 T. Nielsen MLB ..... 43 Angerer, 48 T. Johnson WLB ..... 42 Hunter, 33 Tarpinian LC ......... 28 Prater, 10 Lowe SS ......... 9 Sash, 31 Cato FS ......... 30 Greenwood, 20 Conklin RC ........ 19 Spievey, 2 Castillo PT......... 5 PK ........ 1 Donahue, 6 Guthrie Murray, 8 Mossbrucker WISCONSIN WR ....... 1 LT..........68 LG .........74 C ...........66 RG ........70 RT .........67 TE .........84 TE .........89 RB.........32 QB ........16 WR ....... 6 WISCONSIN DE.........50 DT.........45 DT.........95 DE.........99 WLB......47 MLB ......15 SLB .......53 CB.........26 FS .........21 SS ......... 2 CB.........10 PT .........98 PK .........18

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009 Iowa Sports Information: 319-335-9411 OFFENSE Toon, 85 Gilreath Carimi, 58 Wagner Moffitt, 78 Bscherer Konz, 72 Frederick Zeitler/ 76 Nagy, 60 Current Oglesby, 58 Wagner Kendricks/ 36 Turner, 81 Korslin Graham/ 84 Kendricks, 82 Byrne Clay, 28 Ball, 30 Brown Tolzien, 10 Phillips Anderson, 23 Moore DEFENSE Schofield, 97 Kelly Moore, 77 Cascone Butrym/ 79 Stehle, 64 Hein Watt, 11 Gilbert McFadden, 41 Rouse St. Jean/ 9 Sorensen, 56 Groff Taylor, 44 Borland Fenelus, 7 Henry Maragos, 24 Johnson Valai, 37 Claxton D. Smith, 29 Brinkley Nortman, 90 Wickesberg Welch, 96 Lerner

TIME & PLACE - - 11:02 a.m. (CDT), Saturday, Camp Randall Stadium (80,321), Madison, WI. TICKETS - - The game is sold out. A homecoming crowd of over 80,000 is expected. 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. TELEVISION - - The game will be televised nationally by ESPN. The announcers are Dave Pasch, Bob Griese and Chris Spielman. 2009 RECORDS - - Iowa is 6-0. The Hawkeyes are ranked 11th by the Associated Press and 12th in the USAToday Coaches Poll. Wisconsin is 5-1. The Hawkeyes beat Northern Iowa (17-16), Arizona (27-17), Arkansas State (24-21) and Michigan (30-28) in Kinnick Stadium and have road wins over Iowa State (35-3) and fourth-ranked Penn State (21-10). Wisconsin beat Northern Illinois, Fresno State, Wofford, Michigan State and Minnesota before losing at Ohio State last week.

THE SERIES - - This is the 85th meeting between the two schools and the series is dead even at 41-41-2. Iowa won last year’s game in Iowa City (38-16). Iowa has won five of the last seven in the series, including two of the last three in Madison. Wisconsin’s last win in the series was in 2007 (17-13) at Madison. The Badgers lead the all-time series in games at Madison by a 26-17-1 margin. COACHING RECORDS - - Kirk Ferentz is in his 14th year as a college head coach and his 11th year as Iowa’s head coach. His career record is 88-74 and he is 76-53 at Iowa. He is 31-16 in non-conference games at Iowa. This is Bret Bielema’s fourth year as a head coach, all at Wisconsin. He has a 33-12 record. Bielema is a four-time (1989-92) Hawkeye letterman and a 1992 captain. NEXT WEEK - - Iowa at Michigan State (6 p.m. CT, BTN). Wisconsin is idle.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium Offense
Pos. ..........No. SE ................. 7 15 or 22 LT ............... 79 77 LG .............. 77 73 or 90 C ................ 52 67 RG .............. 78 63 or 74 RT............... 60 56 TE ............... 81 82 QB .............. 12 16 or 14 WR ............. 86 26 RB .............. 32 3 FB............... 36 47 PK ................ 1 8 ** ** ** Name Marvin McNutt Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Colin Sandeman ^ Bryan Bulaga ^ Riley Reiff Riley Reiff Adam Gettis Andy Kuempel Rafael Eubanks Josh Koeppel Dace Richardson Julian Vandervelde Dan Doering Kyle Calloway Markus Zusevics Tony Moeaki Allen Reisner ^ Ricky Stanzi James Vandenberg John Wienke Trey Stross Paul Chaney, Jr. Adam Robinson Brandon Wegher^ Brett Morse Wade Leppert Daniel Murray Trent Mossbrucker ^ Ht. 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-9 5-9 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-0 Wt. 215 200 200 315 280 280 280 300 280 267 305 300 300 315 278 250 235 218 205 220 200 167 205 206 238 245 185 200 Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. #Fr. #Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. #Fr. #Fr. Sr. Jr. #Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. So.

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Hometown (High School) St. Louis, MO (Hazelwood Central) Campbell, OH (Cardinal Mooney) Bettendorf, IA (HS) Crystal Lake, IL (Marian Central) Parkson, SD (HS) Parkson, SD (HS) Frankfort, IL (Lincoln Way East) Cedar Rapids, IA (Linn-Mar) St. Paul, MN (Cretin-Derham Hall) Iowa City, IA (City) Wheaton, IL (Warrenville South) Davenport, IA (Central) Barrington, IL (HS) Belleville, IL (East) Arlington Heights, IL (Prospect) Wheaton, IL (Warrenville South) Marion, IA (HS) Mentor, OH (Lake Catholic) Keokuk, IA (HS) Tuscola, IL (HS) Avon Lake, OH (HS) St. Louis, MO (University) Des Moines, IA (Lincoln) Dakota Dunes, SD (SC Heelan) Willowbrook, IL (Hinsdale Central) Wauconda, IL (Mundelein) Iowa City, IA (Regina) Mooresville, IN (HS)

Defense
Pos. ..........No. DE .............. 94 58 DT .............. 95 61 DT .............. 46 93 DE .............. 91 64 OLB ............ 49 45 MLB ........... 43 48 WLB ........... 42 33 LC ............... 28 10 SS ................. 9 31 FS ............... 30 20 RC .............. 19 2 PT................. 5 6 Punt Returns: Deep Snaps: ** * * * ** * * *** * ** ** ** ** * * * ** * ** Name Adrian Clayborn Lebron Daniel Karl Klug Travis Meade Christian Ballard ^ Mike Daniels Broderick Binns Cody Hundertmark A.J. Edds ^ Tyler Nielsen Pat Angerer Troy Johnson Jeremiha Hunter Jeff Tarpinian Shaun Prater ^ William Lowe ^ Tyler Sash David Cato ^ Brett Greenwood Joe Conklin Amari Spievey Greg Castillo Ryan Donahue Eric Guthrie Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-6 Wt. 282 250 258 285 285 267 255 280 244 232 235 235 235 233 175 170 210 205 200 195 190 180 180 240 Yr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. #Fr. Jr. So. 3 5 Hometown (High School) St. Louis, MO (Webster Groves) Cleveland, OH (Glenville) Caledonia, MN (HS) Iowa City, IA (West) Lawrence, KS (Free State) Blackwood, NJ (Highland Regional) St. Paul, MN (Cretin-Derham Hall) Humboldt, IA (HS) Greenwood, IN (Greenwood Community) Humboldt, IA (HS) Bettendorf, IA (HS) Lakeland, FL (HS) York, PA (Harrisburg Science & Tech) Omaha, NE (Millard North) Omaha, NE (Central) Cleveland, OH (Glenville Academic Campus) Oskaloosa, IA (HS) Arlington, TX (Summit) Bettendorf, IA (Pleasant Valley) Davenport, IA (Assumption) Middletown, CT (Iowa Central CC) Mount Laurel, NJ (St. Joseph’s Prep, PA) Evergreen Park, IL (St. Rita) Nevada, IA (HS) Brandon Wegher, 26 Paul Chaney, Jr. Ryan Donahue

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Paul Chaney, Jr., 22 Colin Sandeman Andrew Schulze Josh Koeppel

Kickoff Returns: Holder:

* - - Letters won

^ - - Redshirt year still available

# - - Indicates redshirt freshman

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium Game Seven vs.
Date: Oct. 17, 2009 In the Rankings: TV: ESPN (HD) Time: 11:02 a.m.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009 Iowa Sports Information: 319-335-9411

Site: Madison, WI Surface: FieldTurf Wisconsin (rv/rv)

Stadium: Camp Randall Stadium

Capacity: 80,321

Iowa (11th Harris/11th AP/12th coaches)

Announcers: Dave Pasch, Bob Griese, Chris Spielman

Hawkeye Radio Network: Gary Dolphin-Play-By-Play; Ed Podolak-Analyst; Rob Brooks-Sideline Satellite Radio: Sirius channel 123 and XM channel 144

Wisconsin 5-1, 2-1

Iowa 6-0, 2-0

Internet: Iowa radio broadcast available on hawkeyesports.com (subscription service) Series History: Tied, 41-41-2 Live Stats: hawkeyesports.com

Iowa Hawkeyes Schedule/Results
9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 Northern Iowa at Iowa State Arizona at #4 Penn State* Arkansas State W, 17-16 W, 35-3 W, 27-17 W, 21-10 W, 24-21 W, 30-28 11:01 a.m./ESPN 6:01 p.m./BTN 11 a.m., TBD TBD TBD TBD

IOWA TRAVELS TO WISCONSIN Iowa (6-0, 2-0) travels to Wisconsin (5-1, 2-1) Saturday, Oct. 17 in the first of two straight road games. Game time is 11:02 a.m. at Camp Randall Stadium (80,321). The game is sold out and it is Wisconsin’s homecoming. ON THE TUBE ESPN (HD) will televise the game to a national audience. The game will also be available online at ESPN360.com. Dave Pasch, Bob Griese and Chris Spielman will call the action. RADIO BROADCAST Iowa games are broadcast on the Hawkeye Radio Network. Gary Dolphin handles the play-by-play, with color commentator Ed Podolak and sideline reporter Rob Brooks. The Hawkeye Radio Network includes more than 40 stations throughout the state. The game can also be heard on Sirius channel 123 and XM channel 144. IN THE RANKINGS Iowa is ranked 11th by the Associated Press and 12th in the USA Today coaches poll. Wisconsin is listed among teams receiving votes in both polls. In pre-season rankings, Iowa was ranked 10th by College Football Insider, 15th by The Kickoff Magazine, 20th by Phil Steele’s College Football Preview, 21st in USA Today coaches poll, 22nd by the Associated Press, 23rd by Athlon Sports and 24th by Sports Illustrated. The current ranking is the highest for the Hawkeyes since they were eighth in the AP rankings on Sept. 6, 2005. Iowa is ranked ninth in the latest Sagarin Ratings. Iowa’s strength of schedule is rated 30th toughest and Iowa is one of seven teams that has registered two wins against top 30 opponents. Around the Big Ten, Ohio State is ranked No. 7/7 and Penn State is 14/13. Iowa opponents Wisconsin, Arizona and Michigan are listed among teams receiving votes. HAWKEYE HISTORY Iowa has played 1,122 games since beginning football in 1889. Iowa’s overall record is 574-509-39 (.529). That includes a 363-198-16 (.643) record in home games, a 211-311-23 (.410) record in games away from Iowa City, a 282-343-25 (.453) mark in Big Ten games and a 246-162-15 (.599) record in Kinnick Stadium.

10/10 Michigan* 10/17 at Wisconsin* 10/24 at Michigan State* 10/31 Indiana 11/7 Northwestern* 11/14 at Ohio State* 11/21 Minnesota*

All times listed are central; * Big Ten Conference game

Wisconsin Badgers Schedule/Results
9/05 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 Northern Illinois Fresno State Wofford Michigan State* at Minnesota* W, 28-21 W, 34-31 (2 ot) W, 44-14 W, 38-30 W, 31-28 L, 13-31 11:01 a.m., ESPN 11:01 a.m., ESPN/ESPN2 TBD TBD TBD TBD, ESPN/ESPN2

10/10 at Ohio State* 10/17 Iowa* 10/31 Purdue* 11/7 at Indiana* 11/14 Michigan* 11/21 at Northwestern* 12/5 at Hawaii*

All times listed are central; * Big Ten Conference game

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Mailing Address 157 Carver-Hawkeye Arena Iowa City, IA 52242-1020 Phone ....................................................319-335-9411 FAX ....................................................... 319-335-9417 E-Mail .......................sportsinfo@hawkeyesports.com Sports Information Football Contacts Director .................................................... Phil Haddy E-Mail .................. phillip-haddy@hawkeyesports.com Associate.................................................. Steve Roe E-Mail ..................... steven-roe@hawkeyesports.com Assistant .................................................Aaron Blau E-Mail ..................... aaron-blau@hawkeyesports.com

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

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 12:30 p.m. and requested players will be available following the press conference. In case of poor weather, player interviews will be conducted inside the bubble. Media need to submit their Tuesday player interview requests to Phil Haddy near the conclusion of the previous Saturday’s football game. Media not in attendance should e-mail their requests to Haddy. True freshmen are not available for interviews. Media can access video highlights of Ferentz’s weekly press conference, plus player clips and highlights via satellite. The time is from 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. (CT). The satellite feed is available on C-Band Analog, Galaxy 19, Transponder 8. 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.

IOWA OFF TO FAST START Iowa has opened the season with six straight wins for the first time since 1985. The Hawkeyes won their first seven games on the way to the 1985 Big Ten title. Iowa is 2-0 in Big Ten play for the first time since 2002 when the Hawkeyes won all eight conference games. Iowa has won 10 straight games, the second longest streak in the nation. Florida has 15 straight wins. The Iowa win streak is the longest for the Hawkeyes since a 20 game streak between 1920 and 1923. Iowa and Alabama are the only BCS teams with perfect 6-0 records. There are seven additional teams that are still undefeated. Iowa has won three of its six games by a total of six points, with wins by one, two and three points. Iowa has collected 19 turnovers in six games, including 12 pass interceptions. Iowa ranks second nationally in interceptions, is tied for second in total turnovers and tied for 16th in fumble recoveries. The Hawkeyes had 23 interceptions in 13 games last season. Iowa ranks seventh nationally in fewest fumbles lost (two), sixth in fewest penalty yards per game (35.0), tied for 11th in penalties per game (4.3) and tied for 17th in time of possession (32:26). Iowa has not lost a fumble since the opening game of the season, when it lost two. Iowa did not lose it’s only fumble at Iowa State in week two and has not fumbled in its last four games (knock on wood). Iowa did not allow a rushing touchdown for 33 consecutive quarters before Michigan had three. Iowa allowed seven rushing touchdowns in 2008. Iowa has scored 30 points or more in two of its six wins, with a high of 35 at Iowa State. Four of Iowa’s six opponents scored 17 points or less. The two opponents who scored over 20 points were aided by a defensive touchdown. Iowa has won two prime time games on ABC national television, with victories at Penn State and at home over Michigan. Iowa has had at least one player earn Big Ten Player of the Week honors in five of six games.

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Weekly Teleconference
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 Jim Tressel, Ohio State Rich Rodriguez, Michigan Bill Lynch, Indiana Mark Dantonio, Mich. State Kirk Ferentz, Iowa Bret Bielema, Wisconsin Ron Zook, Illinois Danny Hope, Purdue Joe Paterno, Penn State Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern Tim Brewster, Minnesota Player(s) of the Week, if available

IOWA JOINS ANOTHER TOP 20 Iowa’s win over Michigan gave the Hawkeyes 65 wins since the start of the 2002 season, which ties as the 17th highest total in Division I football. The list includes the following: USC (87); Boise State (86); LSU (82); Oklahoma (81); Texas (79); Ohio State (79); Virginia Tech (75); Georgia (75); Utah (73); TCU (73); Florida (72); West Virginia (71); Auburn (69); Boston College (67); Wisconsin (67); Texas Tech (66); IOWA (65); Hawaii (64); California (62); and Missouri (59). HEARTLAND TROPHY Iowa holds a 3-2 advantage in the series with Wisconsin since the two teams began playing for the Heartland Trophy in 2004. The trophy was designed and crafted by artist and former Iowa football player Frank Strub. The trophy, which is a bull mounted on a walnut base (native to both Wisconsin and Iowa), has the scores of all previous games between the two schools inscribed on it. The Heartland Trophy became the 16th Big Ten football traveling trophy. The Iowa-Wisconsin series has been the closest and most competitive of all Big Ten series’. The teams have met 84 times and the series is currently a dead heat, 41-41-2. Iowa won the first two meetings in which the Heartland Trophy was on the line, before Wisconsin won in both 2006 and 2007. Iowa’s home win last year returned the trophy to Iowa City. IOWA WIN STREAK

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Big Ten Standings
Team Big Ten Ohio State 3-0 IOWA 2-0 Wisconsin 2-1 Minnesota 2-1 Michigan State 2-1 Penn State 1-1 Northwestern 1-1 Michigan 1-2 Purdue 0-2 Indiana 0-2 Illinois 0-3 Pct. 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .667 .500 .500 .333 .000 .000 .000 Overall Pct. 5-1 .833 6-0 1.000 5-1 .833 4-2 .667 3-3 .500 5-1 .833 4-2 .667 4-2 .667 1-5 .167 3-3 .500 1-4 .200

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

This Week in the Big Ten
Iowa at Wisconsin (11 a.m., ESPN) Delaware State at Michigan (11 a.m., BTN) Northwestern at Michigan St. (11 a.m., ESPN2) Ohio State at Purdue (11 a.m., BTN) Minnesota at Penn State (2:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN) Illinois at Indiana (6 p.m., BTN)

Iowa’s 10-game winning streak ranks second best in the nation. Florida holds the longest win streak at 15 games. The Hawkeyes are one of nine unbeaten Division I teams and join Alabama as the only teams with perfect 6-0 records. Iowa won its final three regular season games a year ago (Penn State, Purdue, Minnesota) and defeated South Carolina in the 2009 Outback Bowl before opening 2009 with wins over Northern Iowa, Iowa State, Arizona, Penn State, Arkansas State and Michigan. Iowa has won its first six games for the first time under Kirk Ferentz and the first time since 1985. Iowa has had three nine-game win streaks under Ferentz. Iowa has won 10 straight games for the first time since winning 20 straight from Nov. 6, 1920 to Oct. 20, 1923. That streak began with a home win over Northwestern and ended with a 9-6 loss to Illinois in the 1923 homecoming contest. Iowa is undefeated in 10 straight games for the first time since 1956 and 1957 (9-0-1). The Hawkeyes won their final four games in 1956 and the first five games of 1957 before a tie at Michigan. Iowa won the following week over Minnesota before losing at Ohio State. HOMECOMING GUEST Wisconsin holds a 52-44-5 record at homecoming, having won its homecoming game in each of the past five seasons. Wisconsin holds an 8-4 record against Iowa when the Hawkeyes visit for homecoming. Iowa has been Wisconsin’s homecoming opponent just once (1997) since 1979. MOEAKI EARNS BIG TEN HONOR Iowa tight end Tony Moeaki has been named Big Ten Offensive Player of the week following his performance in Iowa’s 30-28 win over Michigan. He becomes the sixth Hawkeye to be named Big Ten Player of the Week this season. Moeaki, a 6-4, 250-pound senior, caught six passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He had scoring receptions of 34 and 42 yards. He returned to the lineup against Michigan after having been out of action for three games with an ankle injury. The Big Ten honor is his first. The Wheaton, IL native was also named national Tight End of the Week by the College Football Performance Award committee and Offensive Player of the Week in the Big Ten by ESPN.com.

Last Week in the Big Ten
Iowa 30, Michigan 28 Michigan State 24 at Illinois 14 Minnesota 35, Purdue 20 Northwestern 16, Miami, OH 6 Penn State 52, Eastern Illinois 3 Virginia 47, Indiana 7 Ohio State 31, Wisconsin 13

Next Week in the Big Ten
Iowa at Michigan State (6:12 p.m., CT, BTN) Illinois at Purdue (TBA) Indiana at Northwestern (11 a.m., BTN/ESPN2) Penn State at Michigan (TBA) Minnesota at Ohio State (11 a.m., BTN/ESPN2) Wisconsin is idle

Iowa Non-Conference Opponents
Team Northern Iowa Iowa State Arizona Arkansas State Record-Next Game 5-1, Southern Illinois 3-3, Baylor 3-2, Stanford 1-3, at LA-Monroe (Oct. 13)

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Hawkeyes in the Polls
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HAWKEYES EARN WEEKLY RECOGNITION Several Iowa players have earned weekly honors during the first six weeks of the season. TE Tony Moeaki earned Offensive Player of the Week vs. Michigan. He had six receptions for 105 yards, including scoring grabs of 34 and 42 yards. Moeaki was also the ESPN.com offensive Player of the Week. PK Daniel Murray was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Michigan by ESPN.com. Murray made a career-best three field goals against Michigan, connecting from 28, 40 and 41 yards. LB Pat Angerer was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in the win at Penn State. Angerer was also named the national Defensive Player of the Week by the National Football Writers Association, the Lott Trophy IMPACT Player of the Week and was named Linebacker Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Award committee. The IMPACT Player Award comes with a $1,000 check for the University’s general scholarship fund. Angerer had a team high 14 tackles, an interception (returned for 38 yards) that set up a touchdown and forced a fumble that helped seal Iowa’s 21-10 win. DE Adrian Clayborn was named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week

A=Associated Press; C=Coaches; H=Harris; B=BCS

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Comparing the Stats
Record Scoring Avg. Scoring Defense Rushing Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Rushing Defense Passing Defense Total Defense Punt Return Avg. KO Return Avg. Turnover Margin WISC 5-1, 2-1 31.3 25.7 200.7 222.1 422.3 122.8 210.3 333.2 6.8 17.4 +4 IOWA 6-0, 2-0 25.7 15.8 130.2 232.8 363.0 134.3 171.0 305.3 9.6 20.2 +9

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

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Pronunciation Guide
Head Coach Kirk Ferentz........................... FAIR-ints Assistant Coach Rick Kaczenski ............. kuh-ZIN-ski Pat Angerer ............................................. ANN-gir-ir Jordan Bernstine ..................................BURN-steen Steve Bigach ................................................ BIG-ack Broderick Binns ................................................BINS Conor Boffeli ........................................... BO-fell-ee Brian Bulaga ....................................... BOO-laug-uh Greg Castillo ...........................................kas-TEE-oh Tyrel Detweiler ....................................... DET-wile-ir Shane DiBona.................................... duh-BONE-uh Tom Donatell ........................................DON-uh-tell A.J. Edds ........................................................... EEds Rafael Eubanks ..................... RAH-fi-el YOU-banks James Ferentz ........................................... FAIR-ints Joe Gaglione.......................................GAG-lee-own Jonathan Gimm.................................................GIM Justin Greiner ...............................................GRY-nir Micah Hyde ................................................. MY-kuh D. Johnson-Koulianos..... dir-RELL KOU-lee-ah-nos Karl Klug .......................................................KLOU-g Charlie Knipper ..................................... kuh-NIPP-ir Josh Koeppel ............................................... KEP-uhl Nick Kuchel............................................ KOOCH-uhl Andy Kuempel............................................KEM-pul Wade Leppert ............................................... LEP-irt Tony Moeaki.................................... MO-ee-AH-kee Trent Mossbrucker .............................MOSS-bruk-ir Paki O’Meara.............................................. PAH-kee Woody Orne..................................................... ORN Shaun Prater ...............................................PRAY-tir Riley Reiff .........................................................REEF Allen Reisner ............................................... RISE-nir Chris Rowell.................................................. RAH-ul Colin Sandeman .......................................... CAH-lin Kyle Spading ............................................ SPADE-ing Amari Spievey ......................uh-MAR-ee spuh-VAY Ricky Stanzi .............................................. STAN-zee Jeff Tarpinian ..................................... tar-PIN-ee-un Brett Van Sloten ................................ van-SLOW-tin Brandon Wegher.........................................WAY-gir John Wienke.............................................. WINK-ee Marcus Zusevics ............................... ZOOZ-uh-vicks

for his play against Penn State. Clayborn also earned the AT&T All-America Player of the Week award vs. Penn State. Clayborn was announced as the weekly winner during last Thursday’s ESPN College Football Primetime Presented by Applebee’s. The winner is selected each week on fan voting. Clayborn also was named ESPN.com’s Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week. He had two tackles and a blocked punt returned for a touchdown against fifth-ranked Penn State. His 53-yard touchdown return gave Iowa an 11-10 lead in the fourth quarter. Clayborn played a solid game in Iowa’s win over Arizona, being recognized on ESPN.com’s website as the defensive player of the week in the Big Ten. DE Broderick Binns, was named ESPN.com’s Defensive Player of the Week following Iowa’s win at Penn State. Binns forced Penn State quarterback Darryl Clark to fumble in the endzone and that led to a second quarter safety. He had eight tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 quarterback sacks. Punter Ryan Donahue was the Big Ten’s co-Special Teams Player of the Week following the win over Arizona. Donahue averaged 51 yards on five punts, with a long of 62 yards and four kicks of at least 50 yards. Two punts were inside the 20 and Arizona had just one return for four yards. DB Tyler Sash was the Big Ten’s co-Defensive Player of the Week for his play in Iowa’s win at Iowa State. Sash was also named the national Defensive Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Award committee. He tied Iowa’s school record with three interceptions (63 return yards) at Iowa State. He also caused a fumble and recorded eight solo tackles and two assists, including two tackles for loss. LB Jeremiha Hunter was the Big Ten’s co-Special Team Player of the Week following Iowa’s season-opening win over Northern Iowa. Hunter came up big at the end of the game, blocking Northern Iowa’s second field goal attempt on the last play after Broderick Binns had blocked the previous attempt. Hunter added nine tackles against the Panthers.

SUCCESS ON THE ROAD Dating back to 2008, Iowa has won its last four games away from Iowa City. That includes wins at Minnesota, Iowa State and Penn State, along with a victory over South Carolina in the 2009 Outback Bowl. In those wins Iowa allowed just 23 total points. The road winning streak is the longest for Iowa since the Hawkeyes won all five of their road games during the 2002 regular season. That streak is six straight games away from home, including the 2001 Alamo Bowl. Iowa’s win at No. 4/5 ranked Penn State on Sept. 26 marked Iowa’s first road win over a team ranked in the top five in the nation since 1990. That season the Hawkeyes scored a 54-28 win at fifth-ranked Illinois. IOWA RECORDS A DIVISION I FIRST With two blocked field goals in the opening win over Northern Iowa, Iowa tied a school and NCAA Div. I record. Iowa became the only Division I football team to block field goal attempts on consecutive plays. Iowa previously blocked two kicks during a game on five occasions. Most recently, DE Kenny Iwebema blocked two Syracuse field goal attempts in Iowa’s 35-0 win over the Orange on Sept. 8, 2007. On the national scene, Iowa tied the Division I record for blocked field goals in a quarter. Of the previous four occasions, none occurred on consecutive plays. Also with two blocked field goals in a single period are Southern Cal vs. California (10/22/94) and Arizona State (10/11/08); Wyoming vs. Fresno State (11/18/95) and Central Michigan vs. Kent State (10/2/04). LIVE BLOGGING FROM WISCONSIN Hawkeye fans not able to attend the Wisconsin game Oct. 17 can log on to

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
hawkeyesports.com and have a chance to be interactive. The Iowa Sports Information staff will be blogging live from the press box during the game. Hawkeye fans can log on to hawkeyesports.com and click on the blog story and follow along. Fans will have the opportunity to submit questions and comments, answer quick polls and get up-to-the-minute information about the game and Hawkeyes. hawkeyesports.com has averaged over 1,000 unique readers per week. The site registered over 3,000 reader comments during the football game day live blog of Iowa’s opening game of the season. TICKET UPDATE Tickets remain for all three remaining home games as Iowa hosts Indiana (Oct. 31), Northwestern (Nov. 7) and Minnesota (Nov. 21). Fans may purchase tickets online at hawkeyesports.com, by calling 1-800-IA-HAWKS or in person at the UI athletic ticket office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Iowa sold over 10,000 student season tickets for the 2009 season. The Iowa record for average home attendance is 70,585, set in 2005, 2006 and 2007. IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP Iowa’s Leadership Group for the 2009 season includes three seniors, four juniors, four sophomores, two redshirt freshmen and one true freshman. Permanent team captains are named at the conclusion of each season. The Leadership Group for this season includes seniors Pat Angerer, A.J. Edds and Tony Moeaki; juniors Bryan Bulaga, Adrian Clayborn, Brett Greenwood and Ricky Stanzi, sophomores Broderick Binns, Marvin McNutt, Tyler Nielsen and Tyler Sash, redshirt freshmen Greg Castillo and James Vandenberg and true freshman Keenan Davis. ON THIS DATE Iowa has posted a 4-9-2 record while playing on Oct. 17. Here are the results:
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Head Coach Kirk Ferentz
Kirk Ferentz (pronounced FAIR-rintz, rhymes with parents) is in his 11th season as head football coach at the University of Iowa. His latest contract extension, signed this past summer, runs through the 2015 season. 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 that season as well. He was named Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year in both 2002 and 2004. Ferentz guided Iowa to Big Ten titles twice in the last seven years and five January bowl games, including three New Year’s Day bowl victories (2004 Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl and 2009 Outback Bowl). Iowa has posted a 65-29 (.691) overall mark and a 38-20 (.655) Big Ten record the last seven-plus seasons. Ferentz has guided the Hawkeyes to seven first division finishes. Ferentz, at Iowa, holds an overall record of 76-53 (.589) and a 45-37 (.549) mark in Big Ten games. In 13 seasons as a college head coach his career mark is 88-74 (.543). Ferentz, who boasts the second-most victories by a Hawkeye head coach, coached his 150th career game as a head coach at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008). Forty-seven of Iowa’s 129 games under Ferentz have been decided by seven points or less (23-24) and 37 were played against opponents who were ranked in the top 25 at the time (15-22). Ferentz joined the Iowa staff after serving as assistant head coach and offensive line coach of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. He had been 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 with the Hawkeyes. Iowa appeared in eight bowl games during the time Ferentz was an Iowa assistant, posting a 4-4 record. A pair of Rose Bowls (1982 & 1986), two Holiday Bowl appearances (1986 & 1987) and a pair of Peach Bowl visits (1982 & 1988), along with appearances in the Gator (1983) and Freedom bowls (1984) highlighted his previous Iowa stay. Iowa’s record in those nine years was 7333-4 and included two 10-win and two nine-win seasons. Ferentz was born in Royal Oak, MI, and attended high school in Pittsburgh, PA. Kirk earned his bachelor’s degree in English Education from the University of 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.

THE SERIES Saturday will be the 85th meeting between Iowa and Wisconsin. The series is tied, 41-41-2. Iowa has won 22 of the last 30 contests, including a 38-16 win in Iowa City a year ago. Wisconsin has won two of the last three games, including a 17-13 victory in 2007 on Iowa’s last visit to Madison.

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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. As of Oct. 12, 31 former Hawkeyes were on NFL rosters.
Former Hawkeye, Current NFL Team Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons Jason Baker, Carolina Panthers Ladell Betts, Washington Redskins Rob Bruggeman, Atlanta Falcons Scott Chandler, Dallas Cowboys Dallas Clark, Indianapolis Colts Colin Cole, Seattle Seahawks Sean Considine, Jacksonville Jaguars Jared DeVries, Detroit Lions Bradley Fletcher, St. Louis Rams Robert Gallery, Oakland Raiders Charles Godfrey, Carolina Panthers Mike Goff, Kansas City Chiefs Shonn Greene, New York Jets Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings Abdul Hodge, Cincinnati Bengals Ken Iwebema, Arizona Cardinals Nate Kaeding, San Diego Chargers Aaron Kampman, Green Bay Packers Mitch King, Tennessee Titans Matt Kroul, New York Jets Bryan Mattison, Baltimore Ravens Ed Miles, Atlanta Falcons Brandon Myers, Oakland Raiders Seth Olsen, Denver Broncos Matt Roth, Miami Dolphins Bob Sanders, Indianapolis Colts Eric Steinbach, Cleveland Browns Casey Wiegmann, Denver Broncos Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens Albert Young, Minnesota Vikings

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

The Hawkeyes had won four straight in the series before the Badgers won 24-21 in Iowa City in 2006. Iowa holds a 3-2 advantage since the Heartland Trophy was introduced prior to the 2004 meeting. Wisconsin holds a 26-17-1 advantage in games played in Madison. The teams have split the last four meetings at Camp Randall Stadium, with Iowa winning in 2003 and 2005. The Hawkeyes defeated the Badgers 30-7 in the 2004 regular-season finale to win a share of the Big Ten championship. Here are the series results:
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Captains By Week
Game UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan St Indiana N’western Ohio State Minnesota Players Angerer, Edds, Moeaki, Stanzi Angerer, Edds, Moeaki, Stanzi Angerer, Edds, Moeaki, Stanzi Angerer, Edds, Moeaki, Stanzi Angerer, Clayborn, Moeaki, Stanzi Angerer, Edds, Moeaki, Stanzi

* - - at Iowa City WISCONSIN COACH BRET BIELEMA Wisconsin’s Bret Bielema is in his fourth season as a collegiate head coach, boasting a 33-12 (.733) overall record and a 17-10 (.630) conference mark. In his first season as Badger head coach, he guided Wisconsin to a share of second place in the Big Ten. Bielema has led the Badgers to three straight bowl games, including a 17-14 victory over Arkansas in the 2007 Capital One Bowl. The Badgers finished 9-4 in 2007 and lost to Tennessee 21-17 in the 2008 Outback Bowl. A year ago Wisconsin participated in the Champs Bowl, falling to Florida State. Bielema was the 2006 Big Ten Coach of the Year.

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Hawkeyes Under Ferentz
Overall .................................................................. 76-53 vs. ranked teams .................................................. 16-22 vs. unranked teams .............................................. 60-31 vs. Big Ten teams ................................................. 45-37 vs. Big Ten teams (home) ..................................... 28-12 vs. Big Ten teams (away) ..................................... 17-25 When rushing for 150 yards or more .................... 46-12 When rushing for 200 yards or more ...................... 30-2 When passing for 250 yards or more ................... 29-13 When passing for 300 yards or more ....................... 7-6 When Iowa player rushes for 100 yards ............... 41-16 When opponent has 100-yard rusher ................... 11-23 When opponent has 300-yard passer .................... 11-8 When scoring 30 points or more............................... 42-2 When scoring 20 points or more............................. 58-21 When opponent scores 25 points or more................ 9-34 When holding opponent to 10 pts or less ................. 32-0 When Iowa scores first ........................................... 58-15 When Iowa leads at halftime .................................... 61-9 When Iowa trails at halftime ....................................11-42 When game is tied at halftime .................................... 3-1 When Iowa leads after 3 quarters............................. 66-9 When Iowa trails after 3 quarters.............................. 5-41 When game is tied after 3 quarters ............................ 3-1 Games decided by 11 points or more ..................... 47-22 Games decided by 10 points or less ...................... 23-28 Games decided by 7 points or less ........................ 20-24 Games decided by 3 points or less .........................11-13 When Iowa has a positive turnover margin ............ 44-12 When opponent has a positive turnover margin ..... 18-26 When the turnover margin is equal......................... 16-13 When returning a punt/kickoff for a score ................... 6-2 Overtime games ......................................................... 4-1

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

Bielema, 39, is the nation’s sixth youngest head coach behind Lane Kiffin (Tennessee), Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern), Steve Sarkisian (Washington), David Elson (Western Kentucky) and Mario Cristobal (Florida International). Bielema is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he earned four letters (1989-92) as a nose guard after joining the Hawkeye program as a walk-on. He was a member of Iowa’s 1990 Big Ten championship team. He became a starter his junior year (1991) and was a team co-captain his senior campaign. Bielema began his coaching career as a graduate assistant (1994-95) at Iowa. In 1996, he was promoted to linebackers coach for six seasons (1996-2001). While at Iowa, he coached under head coaches Hayden Fry and Kirk Ferentz. He served as co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Kansas State for two seasons (2002-03) under Bill Snyder before joining the Wisconsin coaching staff in 2004. Bielema served as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for two years (200405) under Barry Alvarez before becoming the Badgers’ head coach. IOWA TO FACE SECOND FORMER PLAYER The 2009 college football season will feature 14 Division I games in which a head coach is facing his alma mater. Iowa is the only team that will face two opponents that are being coached by former players. Former Hawkeye Bret Bielema (1989-92) is the head coach at Wisconsin and former Hawkeye Mike Stoops (1981, 1983-84) is the head coach at Wisconsin. Iowa defeated Arizona 27-17 Sept. 19 in Iowa City.

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Big Ten Conference POW Nominees
Game Offense UNI Moeaki Iowa State Stanzi Arizona Robinson Penn State Robinson Arkansas St McNutt Michigan Moeaki Wisconsin Michigan St Indiana N’western Ohio State Minnesota Bold indicates winner Defense Angerer Sash Clayborn Angerer Sash Hunter Special Teams Hunter Donahue Donahue Clayborn --Murray

IOWA, WISCONSIN NOTES Iowa is tied for second nationally in turnovers, collecting 19 (12 interceptions, 7 fumbles). Wisconsin is tied for seventh with 16 turnovers. Iowa has scored 60 points off turnovers in six games. In wins over Michigan State and Minnesota, Wisconsin scored a combined 35 points off opponent turnovers. The Badgers added seven points following an interception last week at Ohio State. Wisconsin scored at least 31 points in four straight games prior to scoring 13 at Ohio State. Iowa ranks as one of the top defensive teams by allowing just 15.8 points per game. Twenty-one of the 95 points allowed by Iowa have come on interception returns. Wisconsin (33:20) and Iowa (32:26) rank first and second, respectively, in the Big Ten in time of possession. The Badgers rank eighth in the nation and Iowa is 17th. Wisconsin is 34-3 at Camp Randall Stadium since the 2004 season. One of the losses was a 20-10 decision to Iowa in 2005. Both Iowa and Wisconsin list 51 players on their depth chart, including punter and kicker. Those lists, for both teams, include just 10 seniors. Wisconsin ranks third in the Big Ten and 29th nationally in total offense (422.3). Iowa is third in the Big Ten and 31st in the nation in total defense (305.3). Wisconsin ranks 37th in scoring offense (31.3) and Iowa is 20th in scoring defense (15.8). Iowa will be gunning for possession of its second traveling trophy. The Hawkeyes are already in possession of the Cy-Hawk Trophy with their 35-3 win over Iowa State. Iowa and Minnesota will fight for Floyd of Rosedale in the season finale (Nov. 21) at Iowa City. Iowa has won four straight trophy games, beginning with a home win over Minnesota near the end of the 2007 season. Iowa has allowed only one 100-yard rusher this season, as Iowa State’s Alexander Robinson rushed 19 times for 100 yards in Iowa’s 35-3 win. Last season Maine’s Jhamal Fluellen (21-104) was the only opponent to rush for 100 yards. The Iowa roster includes two players from the state of Wisconsin, WR JoJo Pregont from Janesville and OL Charlie Knipper from Whitefish Bay. Both are true freshmen. The Badgers have one Iowan on their roster, redshirt freshman TE Zach Davison (Waukee).

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Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

Four Hawkeye players celebrate their birthdays this week, including P Eric Guthrie (Monday, 21) OL Andy Kuempel (Thursday, 23), LB Jeff Tarpinian (Friday, 22) and RB Brad Rogers (Sunday, 19).

Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series
Iowa holds a 5-2 advantage in the sixth annual HyVee Cy-Hawk Series with Iowa State. Iowa scored three points with a win in football and two points for a 2-0 soccer win, while Iowa State won the volleyball match. Iowa holds a 3-2 advantage in the in-state competition that began in 2004-05. The Hawkeyes captured the Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series a year ago by a 21-4 margin. Last season, Iowa captured victories in football, women’s soccer, women’s cross country, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, wrestling, women’s gymnastics (twice) and softball. The Cyclones recorded wins in volleyball and men’s cross country. Along with the series win a year ago, Iowa captured the inaugural Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series (13-8) in 2004-05 and won again in 2006-07 (13-8). Iowa State won the competition in 2005-06 (13-8) and 2007-08 (18-9). The 13-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, two points are awarded to an institution if the graduation rate of its student-athletes is greater than the national average as reported each fall by the NCAA. Women’s tennis has been added to the competition for the first time in 2009-10. A commemorative Hy-Vee 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 head-to-head competition. This season’s sixth annual Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series schedule is listed below. All events are worth two points, except football, which is worth three points: Date 9/11 9/12 9/18 11/14 11/14 12/6 12/10 12/11 12/11 2/21 2/21 3/5 3/31 Event Site/Result Volleyball ISU, 3-1 Football Iowa, 35-3 Women’s Soccer Iowa, 2-0 M. Cross Country Springfield, MO W. Cross Country Springfield, MO Wrestling Ames Women’s Basketball Ames Men’s Basketball Ames Women’s Swim. & Diving Ames Women’s Gymnastics Iowa City Women’s Tennis Iowa City Women’s Gymnastics Ames Softball Ames

THE LAST MEETING Iowa RB Shonn Greene rushed for 217 yards and tied three single-game records with his four rushing touchdowns as Iowa posted a 38-16 triumph over Wisconsin last Oct. 18 in Kinnick Stadium. With the victory, Iowa reclaimed possession of the Heartland Trophy. WISC IOWA Greene equaled a school-record with four rushScore 16 38 ing touchdowns (12, 34, 52 and 34 yards). His First Downs 19 17 four scores also matched the Kinnick Stadium Rushes-Yds. 34-158 34-254 251 121 record, by an Iowa player, and his 24 points tied Passing Yds. 21-41-3 12-20-0 the school record held by eight others. His 217 Passes (C-A-I) 75-409 54-375 rushing yards tie Nick Bell for the sixth-most in Total Offense Punts-Avg. 7-33.0 8-36.8 a single-game in Iowa history. Greene’s perfor- Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 7-75 7-55 mance garnered him Big Ten Offensive Player Penalties-Yards Time of Possession 32:56 27:04 of the Week accolades. Greene gave Iowa an early 14-0 advantage on scoring runs of 12 and 34 yards in the first and second period, respectively. The 34-yard run was selected as ESPNs top Play of the Day. Wisconsin closed within 14-9 with 6:15 remaining in the third quarter after Badger PK Philip Welch converted three-consecutive field goals (42, 40 and 35 yards). The Hawkeyes responded by scoring on four of their next five possessions. Greene scampered 52 yards for his third score of the game to increase Iowa’s lead to 21-9. QB Ricky Stanzi, who completed 11-18 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown, then connected with TE Allen Reisner for a 16-yard score. In the fourth quarter, Iowa added 10 more points on a 34-yard touchdown run by Greene and a PK Trent Mossbrucker 35-yard field goal. Wisconsin RB Zach Brown tallied a 21-yard touchdown run late in the game for the only Badger touchdown. Badger QB Dustin Sherer completed 17-34 passes for 161 yards and two interceptions. RB John Clay rushed 16 times for a teamhigh 89 yards to lead the Badgers and TE Garrett Graham had six receptions for 74 yards. Greene became the 12th Iowa player, and second-fastest, to reach 1,000 rushing yards in a single-season. Iowa’s defense collected three interceptions and two sacks and forced seven punts, blocking one. LB Pat Angerer posted career bests in tackles (16) and interceptions (2). Twelve of his game-high 16 stops came in the first half. His efforts earned him Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week laurels. RB Paki O’Meara recorded Iowa’s first blocked punt in over three years. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Greene, 12-yard run (Mossbrucker kick) IA - - Greene, 34-yard run (Mossbrucker kick) UW - - Welch, 42-yard field goal UW - - Welch, 40-yard field goal UW - - Welch, 35-yard field goal IA - - Greene, 52-yard run (Mossbrucker kick) IA - - Reisner, 16-yard pass from Stanzi (Mossbrucker kick) IA - - Greene, 34-yard run (Mossbrucker kick) IA - - Mossbrucker, 35-yard field goal UW - - Brown, 21-yard run (Welch kick) Attendance: 70,585

Academic Opportunities Two points for an institution if the student-athlete graduation rate for all student-athletes is greater than the national average for all student-athletes, according to the annual graduation rate report issued each September/October by the NCAA.

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Instant Replay
Listed below are all the plays that have been reviewed in an Iowa game in 2009.
Game (Rvs) Reviewed Play (Upheld/Reversed) UNI (3) Two Iowa pass completions (both upheld) spot of ball, time on clock (upheld) Iowa State IA player stepping out of bounds (upheld) IA player scoring touchdown (reversed) Arizona IA touchdown before fumble (upheld) Arizona incompletion (upheld) Penn State Penn State incomplete pass (upheld) Penn State interception (upheld) Arkansas St ASU completion (upheld) IA Fumble return for TD (overruled) ASU recovered own fumble (upheld) Michigan IA pass completion (reversed) Wisconsin Michigan St Indiana N’western Ohio State Minnesota

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

Consecutive Games Without Being Shutout
School Michigan Games 306 (26-0 at Iowa) Ohio State 195 (28-0 at Michigan) Wisconsin 158 (34-0 vs. Syracuse) IOWA 111 (31-0 at Illinois) Michigan State 108 (14-0 at Michigan) Indiana 106 (58-0 at Michigan) Penn State 99 (20-0 vs. Michigan) Northwestern 75 (20-0 at Ohio State) Purdue 36 (12-0 vs. Penn State) Minnesota 7 (55-0 vs. Iowa) Illinois 2 (30-0 at Ohio State) Last Shutout Oct. 20, 1984 Nov. 20, 1993 Aug. 24, 1997 Oct. 14, 2000 Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 14, 2000 Oct. 6, 2001 Sept. 27, 2003 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 22, 2008 Sept. 26, 2009

IOWA DEFEATS MICHIGAN The Iowa defense forced five turnovers and QB Ricky Stanzi passed for 284 yards and two touchdowns as Iowa defeated Michigan 30-28 in Iowa City to celebrate Hawkeye Homecoming. Michigan took an early 7-0 lead after returning MICH IOWA an interception for a touchdown on the second Score 28 30 18 17 play of the game. Iowa came back with a touch- First Downs 45-195 34-83 down drive to tie the game on its next possession, Rushes-Yds. Passing Yds. 124 284 with Stanzi hitting TE Tony Moeaki for the 34- Passes (C-A-I) 11-23-2 20-38-1 yard score. A pass interception by LB Jeremiha Total Offense 68-319 72-367 6-49.2 6-39.7 Hunter led to an Iowa field goal before Michigan Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost 3-3 0-0 answered with a short rushing touchdown and a Penalties-Yards 3-25 5-45 14-10 lead at the end of one period. A 41-yard Time of Possession 27:45 32:15 field goal by Daniel Murray allowed Iowa to cut the margin to 14-13. A one-yard run by RB Brandon Wegher gave Iowa a 20-14 advantage late in the second period and that was the halftime score. Murray added a 40-yard field goal in the third period before Brandon Minor scored his second rushing touchdown to leave Iowa leading 23-21 after three periods. Iowa’s defense held Michigan inside its own five-yardline early in the fourth quarter and Iowa took over at the 42. Stanzi connected with Moeaki for a second scoring strike to stretch the advantage to 30-21. Michigan’s final points came on a three-yard run with 3:16 to play. Michigan’s attempt at an onside kick went out of bounds, but Iowa was unable to get a first down and Michigan regained possession at its 17-yardline with 1:30 to play. Iowa’s Brett Greenwood sealed the win with a pass interception on Michigan’s third play. Along with the two interceptions, Iowa had fumble recoveries by Hunter, DE Adrian Clayborn and DB William Lowe. Hunter and LB Pat Angerer each recorded 12 tackles to lead the Iowa defense. Stanzi ended the contest with 284 passing yards, completing 20-38 attempts, with just one interception. Moeaki had six receptions for 105 yards and was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. RB Adam Robinson led the rushing attack with 70 yards on 10 carries. Wegher added 57 yards on two kick returns and Colin Sandeman had 41 yards on four punt returns. Scoring Summary MICH - - Donovan Warren, 40-yard int. return (Jason Olesnavage kick) IA - - Tony Moeaki, 34-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Daniel Murray Kick) IA - - Daniel Murray, 28-yard field goal MICH - - Brandon Minor, three-yard run (Olesnavage kick) IA - - Daniel Murray, 41-yard field goal IA - - Brandon Wegher, one-yard run (Murray kick) IA - - Daniel Murray, 40-yard field goal MICH - - Brandon Minor, one-yard run (Olesnavage kick) IA - - Tony Moeaki, 42-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Murray kick) MICH - - Denard Robinson, three-yard run (Olesnavage kick)

Hawkeye Birthdays!
The following Iowa student athletes/coaches have birthdays in October: Oct. 7: Jonathan Gimm, Julian Vandervelde Oct. 9: Coach Norm Parker Oct. 12: Eric Guthrie Oct. 15: Andy Kuempel Oct. 16: Jeff Tarpinion Oct. 18: Brad Rogers Oct. 21: Chad Geary Oct. 23: Kyle Spading Oct. 24: James Vandenberg Oct. 27: Shaun Prater Oct. 28: James Hurt

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EXTRA POINTS The 30 points against Michigan are the second-most Iowa has scored this season (35 in victory at Iowa State). The Hawkeyes have won three games by a combined six points this year (Northern Iowa 17-16, Michigan 30-28 and Arkansas State 24-21). Iowa is bowl eligible for the ninth straight year, going to bowls seven of the previous eight seasons. Iowa has won 42 of its last 50 contests in Kinnick Stadium.

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National Rankings Associated Press, Oct. 12
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. School Record Florida (50) 5-0 Alabama (10) 6-0 Texas 5-0 Virginia Tech 5-1 Boise State 5-0 USC 4-1 Ohio State 5-1 Cincinnati 5-0 Miami, FL 4-1 LSU 5-1 IOWA 6-0 TCU 5-0 Oregon 5-1 Penn State 5-1 Nebraska 4-1 Oklahoma State 4-1 Kansas 5-0 Brigham Young 5-1 Georgia Tech 5-1 Oklahoma 3-2 South Florida 5-0 South Carolina 5-1 Houston 4-1 Utah 4-1 Notre Dame 4-1 Pts 1,490 1,430 1,395 1,283 1,199 1,161 1,048 1,038 970 947 919 917 776 597 576 559 551 490 453 432 330 319 192 76 75 Prev. 1 3 2 5 6 7 9 8 11 4 12 10 13 14 21 15 16 18 22 19 23 25 17 24 20

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

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USA Today/Coaches, Oct. 12
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. School Record Florida (53) 5-0 Texas (1) 5-0 Alabama (5) 6-0 Virginia Tech 5-1 USC 4-1 Boise State 5-0 Ohio State 5-1 Texas Christian 5-0 Cincinnati 5-0 LSU 5-1 Miami, FL 4-1 IOWA 6-0 Penn State 5-1 Oklahoma State 4-1 Kansas 5-0 Oregon 5-1 Nebraska 4-1 Oklahoma 3-2 Brigham Young 5-1 Georgia Tech 5-1 South Florida 5-0 South Carolina 5-1 Houston 4-1 Missouri 4-1 Notre Dame 4-1 Pts 1,468 1,402 1,378 1,241 1,175 1,170 1,122 979 973 944 847 785 782 676 640 620 491 447 441 420 305 279 96 90 76 Prev. 1 2 3 5 7 6 8 9 10 4 11 14 12 13 15 17 22 21 20 23 24 19 25 18 16

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Iowa has started 6-0 for the first time under Coach Kirk Ferentz and for the first time since 1985 (7-0). Also, Iowa boasts a 10-game winning streak for the first time under Ferentz. Iowa has won 10 straight games for the first time since winning 20 straight games between Nov. 6, 1920 and Oct. 20, 1923. Iowa had a 9-0-1 unbeaten streak in 1956 &1957. Iowa improved to 52-41-5 in Homecoming games, ending a two-game losing streak. The Hawkeyes are now 2-3 vs. Michigan on Homecoming. Iowa scored six points following five Michigan turnovers, with the last interception coming in the final minute to secure the victory. Iowa, in six games, has scored 60 points (seven TDs, four FGs) following 20 opponent turnovers (12 interceptions, seven fumbles, one blocked punt). Iowa has recorded at least one takeaway in 39 of its last 41 games, dating back to the 2006 campaign. Iowa has collected at least one turnover in 19 consecutive games, dating back to the final contest of the 2007 season. Last season, Iowa scored 99 points following 32 opponent turnovers. Iowa’s defense has collected four or more takeaways in three games (four at Penn State, five vs. Michigan and six at Iowa State). For the season, Iowa has amassed 19 takeaways in six games. Iowa has started on offense in 108 of its last 123 contests. The Hawkeyes have started the game on offense in 110-of-129 games under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa has started on offense in eight straight games. Iowa deferred after winning the toss last year in a win over Purdue and the Boilermakers elected to receive on a very windy day in Kinnick Stadium. Junior QB Ricky Stanzi completed 20-38 passes for 284 yards and two touchdowns, both to TE Tony Moeaki. Stanzi had completions to nine receivers. Stanzi threw a career-best four touchdown passes earlier this season in a win at Iowa State. Stanzi ranks eighth in career passing yards (3,315) after passing Brad Banks against Michigan. His 24 career touchdown passes rank seventh best at Iowa. Iowa had two changes in its starting line-up on offense. TE Tony Moeaki returned to start after missing Iowa’s last three games. Riley Reiff started at left guard, with Dace Richardson moving to right guard. Richardson had started four straight games at left guard after starting the opening game of the year at right tackle. On defense, CB Shaun Prater returned to the starting line-up after missing the win over Arkansas State. Iowa was 2-3 in the red zone, scoring a field goal and a rushing touchdown. Iowa failed to convert on fourth down on a third trip inside the red zone. Iowa has scored on 45 of the last 49 red zone possessions (30 TDs and 15 FGs), dating back to the Michigan State game in 2008. Iowa is 28-31 combined inside the red zone its last nine games. Michigan scored 21 points on three drives inside the Iowa red zone. Michigan scored on three rushing touchdowns. Iowa opponents are 12-13 in the red zone this season, with five FGs and seven touchdowns. Michigan scored a rushing touchdown late in the first period, the first allowed by Iowa this season. The Iowa defense had not allowed a rushing touchdown for 33 consecutive periods, dating back to the third quarter of a win over Penn State on Nov. 8, 2008. Michigan added two rushing touchdowns in the second half. Michigan scored seven points following one Iowa turnover, returning an interception for a score on the second play of the game. Iowa opponents have scored 30 points following 10 Iowa turnovers (eight interceptions, two fumbles). Michigan, Arkansas State and Arizona returned interceptions for touchdowns, Northern Iowa scored field goals following two Iowa fumbles and Penn State scored three points following an interception.

Numbers in parenthesis represent first place votes

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Charting Iowa Rankings Career Receiving
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Name Tim Dwight Danan Hughes Ronnie Harmon Kevin Kasper Dave Moritz Kahlil Hill Clinton Solomon Harold Jasper Quinn Early Marv Cook Travis Watkins Bill Happel Al Bream Ed Hinkel Maurice Brown Karl Noonan Scott Chandler Robert Smith Keith Chappelle Andy Brodell J.-Koulianos No-Yards 139-2,271 146-2,216 146-2,045 157-1,974 109-1,912 152-1,892 118-1,864 107-1,863 106-1,845 126-1,825 108-1,765 112-1,685 114-1,642 135-1,588 84-1,515 102-1,478 117-1,467 69-1,438 86-1,377 94-1,369 93-1,322 Avg. 16.3 15.2 14.0 12.6 17.5 12.4 15.8 17.4 17.4 14.5 16.3 15.0 14.4 11.8 18.0 14.5 12.5 20.8 16.0 14.6 14.2 TDs Years 21 1994-97 21 1989-92 10 1982-85 11 1997-00 9 1980-83 15 1998-01 14 02, 04-05 8 1991-94 13 1984-87 6 1986-88 10 1986-89 10 1982-85 7 1966-68 15 2002-05 15 2000-03 4 1963-65 10 2003-06 16 1983-86 9 1979-80 9 2005-08 6 2007-pr.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

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Career Passing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Name Chuck Long Drew Tate Chuck Hartlieb Matt Rodgers Matt Sherman Kyle McCann Gary Snook Ricky Stanzi Brad Banks Larry Lawrence Comp-Att 782-1,203 665-1,090 512-802 550-905 448-776 357-603 280-631 259-448 213-362 201-395 Yds 10,461 8,292 6,934 6,725 6,399 4,349 3,738 3,315 3,155 2,987 TDs Years 74 1981-85 61 2003-06 37 1986-88 41 1988-91 43 1994-97 23 1998-01 20 1963-65 24 2007-pr. 30 2001-02 17 1968-69

TE Tony Moeaki returned to action after missing Iowa’s last three games. Against Michigan, Moeaki had six catches for 105 yards, including scoring receptions of 34 and 42 yards. He was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. Moeaki had 10 receptions for 83 yards and one score vs. Northern Iowa. Moeaki had three touchdown receptions in a 2007 win over Syracuse. He also had a career-high 112 receiving yards in that win over Syracuse. Iowa PK Daniel Murray had a 28-yard field goal in the first period and a 41-yarder in the second. He added a 40-yard kick in the third period. The three made field goals and four attempts are career-bests for Murray. He made 2-3 field goals in a win at Penn State earlier this season. The 41-yard kick matches his longest of the season. His career best is 47 yards. Murray missed a 53-yard attempt on the final play of the first half. Iowa made three field goals in a game for the first time since Trent Mossbrucker made 3-4 at Illinois last season. Iowa LB Jeremiha Hunter had a pass interception in the first period and a fumble recovery in the second period. The theft is the second of Hunter’s career (Northwestern, 2008). The fumble recovery is the third of his career and second this season (at Iowa State). Hunter tied his career high with 12 tackles. He also collected 12 tackles three previous times. LB Pat Angerer shared top tackle honors with Hunter, with 12 stops. SS Tyler Sash and LB A.J. Edds contributed nine tackles each. Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn recovered a Michigan fumble late in the second period that was caused by DT Karl Klug. The recovery is the first of Clayborn’s career. Klug caused the third fumble of his career, second this season. Klug caused a fumble in the win at Iowa State and recovered a fumble in the win at Penn State. Sophomore DB William Lowe had the first fumble recovery of his career in the third period, collecting a fumbled punt return. Lowe had a forced fumble in Iowa’s win over Arkansas State. Michigan failed to convert an on-side kick in the fourth period, as the kick went out of bounds. Iowa has recovered all four on-side kick attempts by its opponents this season. Also, both Arizona and Arkansas State failed to convert fake punt attempts. Iowa improves to 66-9 when leading after three periods under Coach Ferentz.

Hawkeyes on Watch Lists
Pat Angerer, Sr., LB Butkus Award Chuck Bednarik Award Lott Trophy Outland Trophy Rotary Lombardi Award Ray Guy Award Butkus Award John Mackey Award Jim Thorpe Award Manning Award

Bryan Bulaga, Jr., OL

Ryan Donahue, Jr., P A.J. Edds, Sr., OLB Tony Moeaki, Sr., TE Amari Spievey, Jr., DB Ricky Stanzi, Jr., QB

WISCONSIN FALLS AT OHIO STATE Ohio State used big plays on defense and a 96-yard kick return to take a 31-13 win over Wisconsin in Columbus. The Badgers controlled much of the contest on both offense and defense, but OSU took advantage of Wisconsin mistakes. The Buckeyes scored their first touchdown on an 89-yard interception return by Kurt Coleman. Wisconsin tied the score on a touchdown run by Chris Maragos, who converted a fake field goal into seven points. OSU scored later on a 32-yard interception return by Jermale Hines. After a Wisconsin field goal cut the deficit to 21-13, Ray Small returned the kickoff 96 yards for another Buckeye touchdown. Wisconsin held a 368-184 advantage in total offense and held the ball for 42:47 of the 60 minutes. Wisconsin QB Scott Tolzien completed 27-45 passes for 250 yards, as 10 Badgers had at least once reception. RB John Clay led the ground game with 20 carries for 59 yards and Philip Welch had field goals of 50 and 46 yards. Mike Taylor led Wisconsin on defense with eight tackles. O’Brien Schofield added seven tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
DOMINANT AT HOME Iowa has won 42 of its last 50 games (.840) in Kinnick Stadium, dating back to the 2002 season. The eight Hawkeye losses came to Western Michigan (28-19 in 2007), Indiana (38-20 in 2007), Michigan (23-20 in overtime in 2005), Ohio State (38-17 in 2006), Northwestern (21-7 in 2006 and 22-17 in 2008), Wisconsin (24-21 in 2006) and Iowa State (36-31 in 2002). Iowa recorded a school-record 22-game home winning streak between 2002-05, which ended in the overtime loss to Michigan. Iowa’s 32-7 (.821) home record from 2003 thru 2008 ties West Virginia for 15th-best nationally and ranks third in the Big Ten. Iowa is 4-0 at home this season, with wins over Northern Iowa, Arizona, Arkansas State and Michigan. Iowa has home games remaining vs. Indiana, Northwestern and Minnesota. IOWA DEFENSE SOLID Iowa’s defense has been solid through six games. Iowa ranks fifth in the nation in turnover margin (+1.5), seventh in pass efficiency defense (89.3), 20th in scoring defense (15.8) and 21st in pass defense (171.0). Iowa is also 31st in total defense (305.3) and 34th in net punting (37.5). After allowing one touchdown in the opening win (second period), the Hawkeye defense did not allow a touchdown for nine straight quarters. That streak ended late in the win over Arizona when the Wildcats scored with 1:53 to play. Penn State scored a touchdown on its first offensive play, but was only able to add a field goal later in the first period before being shutout over the final three quarters. Arkansas State scored 21 points, but seven of those were scored by the defense. ASU had just 80 rushing yards after entering the game averaging over 190 yards per game. Dating back to 2008, Iowa’s defense did not allow a rushing touchdown in 33 consecutive quarters, including the final 13 quarters last season and 20 quarters this season. Arkansas State was held to 80 rushing yards after averaging over 190 yards per game. The Iowa defense collected six tackles for loss, two QB sacks, four QB hurries and six pass break-ups. Penn State had no first downs in the second period. In the fourth period, four consecutive PSU drives ended with a blocked punt (returned for an Iowa touchdown), interception, lost fumble and interception. The Iowa defense held Arizona to eight first downs, 148 net rushing yards, 253 yards total offense and 2-12 on third down conversions. Iowa is plus nine in turnover margin, with 12 interceptions and seven fumble recoveries. Iowa had five interceptions at Iowa State and three at Penn State. Linebackers Pat Angerer and A.J. Edds are the only senior starters on the Iowa defense. Both had pass interceptions at Penn State. Angerer led Iowa with 12 tackles vs. Michigan and Edds had nine stops.

Iowa in Big Ten/NCAA Statistics
Player Tyler Sash Daniel Murray Tyler Sash Brett Greenwood Daniel Murray Brett Greenwood Jeremiha Hunter Daniel Murray Daniel Murray Adam Robinson Ricky Stanzi Pat Angerer Ricky Stanzi Adrian Clayborn Karl Klug Paul Chaney, Jr. Ryan Donahue Daniel Murray Jeremiha Hunter Adrian Clayborn Broderick Binns Karl Klug Ricky Stanzi Brandon Wegher Paul Chaney, Jr. Tyler Sash Category Interceptions PAT Percentage Pass Break-Ups Interceptions Field Goals Pass Break-ups Recovered Fumbles Kick Scoring Scoring Rushing Yards Passing Yards Tackles Total Offense Forced Fumbles Forces Fumbles Punt Return Avg. Punting Field Goal % Tackles QB Sacks Pass Break-ups Tackles for Loss Pass Efficiency Rushing Yards KO Returns Tackles Stats .83 1.000 1.5 0.5 1.5 1.33 .3 7.3 7.3 71.5 226.5 9.8 220.2 .3 .3 5.1 41.1 .692 8.8 .5 .83 1.25 126.4 48.3 20.1 7.8 Big Ten 1st T-1st 2nd T-2nd T-2nd 3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th T-5th T-5th 6th 6th T-6th 7th T-7th T-8th T-8th 9th 9th 10th 12th NCAA 2nd ----T-24th T-24th ------T-57th 70th --20th 55th ----61st 52nd --T-70th T-93rd --T-43rd 70th -------

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Team Statistics Category Pass Efficiency Def. Passing Defense Turnover Margin PAT Kicking Time of Possession Fewest Yards Penalized First Downs Allowed KO Coverage Scoring Defense Total Defense Punt Returns Third Down Defense Passing Offense Third Down Conversions KO Returns Net Punting Rushing Defense Field Goal % First Downs Per Game Total Offense Pass Efficiency Opponent Penalties Red Zone Offense Rushing Offense QB Sacks Allowed Fewest Penalties Per Game Scoring Offense Red Zone Defense QB Sacks

Stats 89.3 171.0 1.5 100% 32:26 35.0 15.2 18.3 15.8 305.3 9.6 37.5 232.8 43.3% 20.2 39.6 134.3 69.2% 19.0 363.0 126.5 45.7 84.2% 130.2 2.0 4.33 25.7 92.3% 1.25

Big Ten 1st 1st 1st T-1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th T-6th T-6th 7th 7th 8th 8th 8th 8th 9th 9th 10th T-9th

NCAA 7th 21st T5th --17th 6th 15th 14th 20th 31st 60th 55th 46th 36th 89th 34th 62nd --65th 67th 69th --53rd 80th 69th 11th 75th 104th T-90th

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
SPREADING THE OFFENSE Iowa started the same 11 players on offense in wins over Arizona and Penn State before having two changes against Arkansas State. The starting offensive line has included senior center Rafael Eubanks, senior guard Dace Richardson, junior guard Julian Vandervelde and senior tackle Kyle Calloway in three games, with redshirt freshman tackle Riley Reiff starting three games for junior left tackle Bryan Bulaga, who returned to action vs. Arkansas State. Reiff, Richardson and Vandervelde alternated at the guard spots in the win over Michigan. The offensive line led the way for the Hawkeyes to rush for 163 net yards in the win at Penn State, against a PSU defense that ranked among the national leaders and had not allowed a rushing touchdown in the first three games. Iowa’s running back tandem of Adam Robinson and Brandon Wegher gives the team a balanced attack. Robinson leads the team by averaging 71.5 yards per game, while Wegher averages 48.3. Robinson has scored four touchdowns and Wegher three. Both have proven to be capable receivers, combining for 15 receptions. In the 35-3 win at Iowa State, Iowa quarterbacks Ricky Stanzi and James Vandenberg completed passes to 12 different receivers. That is the highest number of Iowa players to have at least one reception in a game since 13 different Hawkeyes had at least one reception in a 43-7 win over Iowa State Sept. 13, 1986 in Kinnick Stadium. Nine players had at least once reception against Michigan. Overall, seven Hawkeyes have at least one pass reception. Earlier this season the 12 players included seven wide receivers, three tight ends, one running back and one fullback. In 1986 the 13 receivers included seven wide receivers, three running backs, two tight ends and one fullback. WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos has 11 catches this season, with 10 resulting in an Iowa first down. In Iowa wins over Penn State in 2008 and 2009 DJK had 10 receptions, all giving Iowa a first down. Iowa has had a different player lead the team in receiving in five of six games. Those players include TE Tony Moeaki vs. Northern Iowa (10-83-1 TD) and Michigan (6-105-2 TDs); WR Trey Stross at Iowa State (4-69); WR Colin Sandeman vs. Arizona (5-47); WR Derrell JohnsonKoulianos at Penn State (3-50); and WR Marvin McNutt vs. Arkansas State (4-121-2 TDs). Iowa did not have a fumble in wins over Arizona, Penn State, Arkansas State and Michigan. The Hawkeyes lost both of their fumbles in the opening win over Northern Iowa and did not lose possession of their only fumble in the win at Iowa State.

Hawkeyes Excel in the Classroom
HAWKEYES RANK HIGH IN GRADUATION RATES The Iowa Hawkeyes were among the nation’s leaders in academic success for college football teams that competed in bowl games following the 2008 season. Iowa ranked 16th in graduation rate for its football student-athletes, according to data collected last fall by the NCAA among the 68 college football teams that participated in the 34 college football bowl games. Iowa’s graduation rate of 75% ranked third among teams that appeared in the 2008 final top 25 rankings. THREE HAWKEYES EARN ACADEMIC HONORS A year ago, three Iowa players were named to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA District Seven first all-academic team. Under Kirk Ferentz in the last 10 years, 13 Hawkeye players have combined to earn academic all-America honors on 24 occasions. Four players, DL Aaron Kampman, OL Andy Lightfoot, LB Mike Klinkenborg and DB Adam Shada, were three-time honorees. Current junior Julian Vandervelde earned regional honors a year ago as a sophomore. Iowa, in 2006, was the only Division I program in the nation to have three players earn first team academic all-America recognition. In addition, Iowa players have been honored 130 times over the past 10 seasons with academic all-Big Ten recognition.

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HAWKEYES ON THE DEAN’S LIST, 2008-09 Steve Bigach Justin Greiner Eric Guthrie Cody Hundertmark Josh Koeppel Jayme Murphy Daniel Murray Tyler Nielsen Ross Petersen Austin Postler Jack Swanson Jeff Tarpinian Julian Vandervelde

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HAWKEYES WITH GPA OF 3.0 OR ABOVE, SPRING, ‘09 Steve Bigach Ben Evans Justin Greiner Eric Guthrie Brad Herman James Hurt Josh Koeppel Nick Kuchel Travis Meade Jayme Murphy Nick Murphy Daniel Murray Tyler Nielsen Jared Oberland Paki O’Meara Ross Petersen Austin Postler Terrance Pryor Dace Richardson Colin Sandeman Kyle Spading Jack Swanson Jeff Tarpinian James Vandenberg Julian Vandervelde Jason White John Wienke

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN, 2008 Wes Aeschliman Rob Bruggeman A.J. Edds Matt Kroul Nick Kuchel Gavin McGrath Brett Morse Jayme Murphy Daniel Murray Anton Narinskiy Tyler Nielsen Seth Olsen Michael Sabers Andrew Schulze Jeff Tarpinian Julian Vandervelde

FOOL ME ONCE . . . Iowa has not been fooled in the kicking game this season, as two opponent fakes have failed to gain a first down. Arkansas State failed to convert a fake punt in the third period of its 24-21 loss at Iowa. Arizona attempted a fake field goal in a 27-17 loss at Iowa.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
Iowa plays three additional home games, hosting Indiana (Oct. 31), Northwestern (Nov. 7) and Minnesota (Nov. 21). Remaining road games include at Wisconsin (Oct. 17), at Michigan State (Oct. 24) and at Ohio State (Nov. 14). Seven of Iowa’s 2009 opponents competed in bowl games at the conclusion of the 2008 season, along with Northern Iowa advancing to the semi-finals of the FCS playoffs. Of the seven bowl participants, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State played in January bowl events. IOWA UNDER THE LIGHTS Iowa will play three games under the lights in 2009. Iowa won at Penn State (21-10 on ABC national) in its first night contest and defeated Michigan 30-28 last Saturday night in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes play their final night game at Michigan State (6 p.m. CT, Oct. 24, BTN). IOWA VS. RANKED TEAMS These are Iowa’s most recent wins vs. nationally ranked opponents:
Home: 24-23 over third-ranked Penn State, 11/8/08 10-6 over eighth-ranked Illinois, 11/20/04 Road: 21-10 over fourth-ranked Penn State, 9/26/09 20-10 over 19th-ranked Wisconsin, 11/12/05 Neutral: 30-25 over 11th-ranked LSU, 2005 Capital One Bowl 37-17 over 17th-ranked Florida, 2004 Outback Bowl

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In addition, four opponents have tried an onside kick, with Iowa recovering in wins over Iowa State, Arizona and Arkansas State. Michigan’s onside attempt went out of bounds, giving Iowa possession. Iowa has blocked three kicks. That included back-to-back field goal attempts by Northern Iowa in the closing seconds of a 17-16 win. Iowa blocked a punt in the win at Penn State, with DE Adrian Clayborn blocking the kick and scoring on a 53yard return.

TRUE FRESHMEN IN 2009 Iowa has used three true freshmen this season. They are DB Micah Hyde, RB Brandon Wegher and WR Keenan Davis. Wegher and Davis both scored touchdowns in Iowa’s win at Iowa State and Wegher added a touchdown vs. Arizona. Wegher (15-101 at ISU) became the second Iowa RB in two seasons to rush for over 100 yards in a game as a true freshman. Jewel Hampton had 114 rushing yards a year ago in a win at Indiana. The Hawkeyes had seven true freshmen play a year ago. Iowa also had seven true freshmen play in 2003 and 2000. DEPTH CHART INCLUDES EIGHT WALK-ONS Iowa’s depth chart includes eight walk-ons, two on offense and three on defense and special teams. That list includes OL Josh Koeppel, FB Wade Leppert, DL Travis Meade, DB Brett Greenwood, DB Joe Conklin, PK Daniel Murray, P Eric Guthrie and long snapper Andrew Schulze. THREE HAWKEYES WILL MISS SEASON Senior RB Jayme Murphy, sophomore RB Jewel Hampton and Junior DB Jordan Bernstine will miss the 2009 season due to injuries. Bernstine (5-11, 205) was listed as a first team cornerback following spring practice before suffering an ankle injury at the start of fall drills. He saw action in seven games a year ago, recording 12 tackles. He had a pass interception against Michigan State. Bernstine did not use a redshirt at Iowa in 2007, recording nine tackles as a true freshman. Hampton (5-9, 210), who will miss the season with a knee injury, was listed as the first team running back following spring practice. He rushed 91 times for 463 yards and seven touchdowns in 2008 as a true freshman. The seven rushing touchdowns are an Iowa freshman record. Murphy (5-11, 210) will miss this season due to a back injury. Murphy had just seven rushing attempts a year ago but made his mark throughout his career with his outstanding play on Iowa’s special teams. A GLANCE AT THE SCHEDULE Saturday will mark Iowa’s third road contest of the season. The Hawkeyes opened at home Sept. 5 and also had home games Sept. 19, Oct. 3 and Oct. 10. The Hawkeyes have won road games at Iowa State (Sept. 12) and Penn State (Sept. 26).

STANZI LEADS IOWA OFFENSE Ricky Stanzi emerged as Iowa’s starting quarterback after four games in 2008, completing 150-254 (.591) passes for 1,956 yards and 14 touchdowns during his sophomore season. Iowa has posted a 14-3 record in games he has started. Stanzi began his junior season by completing 22-34 passes for 242 yards and a touchdown in an opening win over Northern Iowa. Stanzi had a career-best four TD passes against Iowa State. He previously had three scoring strikes in two games last season. He completed 18-34 passes for 197 yards at Iowa State and has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 12 of Iowa’s last 15 games. Stanzi completed 20-38 passes for 284 yards against Michigan, with scoring tosses of 34 and 42 yards. Stanzi has five scoring passes of over 30 yards in Iowa’s last two games. He completed 20-32 passes for 205 yards vs. Arizona, but did not have a touchdown pass. Stanzi completed 18-26 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns vs. Arkansas State, throwing as many as three touchdowns for the fourth time in his career. Stanzi ranks eighth in career passing with 3,315 yards. He has completed 259-448 career passes, with 24 touchdowns. He ranks seven in scoring passes. Stanzi completed 15-25 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown, including engineering Iowa’s 15-play, 57-yard game-winning drive in the final minutes, vs. then-No. 3 Penn State last year.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
ROBINSON LEADS RUSHING ATTACK Redshirt freshman Adam Robinson continues to lead Iowa’s rushing attack. Robinson gained 70 yards on 10 carries against Michigan and had a seven-yard reception. Robinson rushed 19 times for 88 yards in the win at Penn State. He had a 13-yard touchdown run in the fourth period to give Iowa an 18-10 advantage, which marked the first rushing touchdown allowed by Penn State this season. Robinson had all 24 yards in the scoring drive that gave Iowa an eight point advantage. Robinson had the first 100-yard game of his career against Arizona, rushing 18 times for 101 yards and two scores. He had a career-best 43 yard run vs. Arizona to set up an Iowa touchdown in the second period. For the season he has rushed 88 times for 429 yards and four touchdowns (4.9 per carry). He also has 66 yards on seven pass receptions. HAWKEYES TO WATCH Seven Hawkeye players are listed on 10 different pre-season “Watch Lists” for individual national awards. Those players include senior LB Pat Angerer (Butkus Award, Chuck Bednarik Award and Lott Trophy), junior OL Bryan Bulaga (Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award), junior P Ryan Donahue (Ray Guy Award), senior OLB A.J. Edds (Butkus Award), senior TE Tony Moeaki (John Mackey Award), junior DB Amari Spievey (Jim Thorpe Award) and junior QB Ricky Stanzi (Manning Award). Iowa is one of three football programs (joining Oklahoma and Texas) to have five different individual players earn national Player of the Year honors at their position since 2002.

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Stanzi completed 15-28 passes for a career-high 255 yards and three touchdowns in the regular season finale at Minnesota. Stanzi completed 13-19 passes for 147 yards and a touchdown in his first bowl game, a 31-10 win over South Carolina in the 2009 Outback Bowl.

SASH SETS RETURN RECORD Sophomore DB Tyler Sash has established a new Iowa record for career interception return yards with 264. The previous best of 202 yards (18 interceptions) was held by Devon Mitchell. Sash has five interceptions this season for 117 yards. He tied Iowa’s single game record with three interceptions in the win at Iowa State (63 return yards). He tied for the team lead last season with five interceptions for 147 yards, giving his 10 career thefts in 18 games. The Iowa single season record is eight interceptions and the career mark is 18. Sash was named co-Defensive Player of the Week in the Big Ten for his play in the win at Iowa State. Along with his interceptions, Sash has caused two fumbles. DONAHUE IS TOP PUNTER Junior punter Ryan Donahue started the season on a high note, averaging 42.8 yards on five punts in Iowa’s opening win. He averaged 39 yards on four punts at Iowa State and had a 51-yard average on five punts vs. Arizona. Donahue had a long of 56 yards against Northern Iowa and a 57-yard boot at Iowa State. He had a 62-yard punt vs. Arizona as four of his five punts covered at least 50 yards. Iowa’s opponents have 12 punt returns for 46 net yards. He has at least one punt of over 50 yards in 13 of Iowa’s last 17 games. He is on the Ray Guy Watch List this season. He is averaging 41.1 yards on 29 punts, with 15 punts inside the 20 and just three touchbacks. Donahue was named co-Special Teams Player of the Week in the Big Ten for his play in the win over Arizona. CLAYBORN EARNS RECOGNITION Junior DE Adrian Clayborn had a second straight solid week of play in Iowa’s win at Penn State. He blocked a Penn State punt and had a 53-yard return for the touchdown that gave Iowa an 11-10 advantage in the fourth period. Clayborn was named Big Ten and ESPN.com’s Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week. Against Arizona he collected six tackles, including one QB sack, and he also had a forced fumble and three QB pressures. With Clayborn leading the way, Iowa held Arizona to 94 yards total offense in the second half of the 27-17 win. In a win over Arkansas State Clayborn recorded two QB sacks and a forced fumble as Iowa allowed just 80 net rushing yards. He collected five tackles and recovered a fumble in the win over Michigan.

HAWKEYE PLAYER NOTES Senior TE Tony Moeaki collected a career-best 10 receptions in the win over Northern Iowa. Moeaki gained 83 receiving yards and scored on a six-yard reception early in the fourth period to give the Hawkeyes a 17-13 advantage. Moeaki is among the pre-season candidates for the John Mackey Award. He returned to action against Michigan after missing three games and led Iowa with six receptions for 105 yards and two scores. He was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. Moeaki battled through injuries, again, in 2008, finishing with 13 catches for 144 yards and one touchdown, in nine contests. He has accumulated 63 receptions for 758 yards and 10 touchdowns during his injury-plagued collegiate career. Junior WR Johnson-Koulianos led Iowa in receptions (44) and receiving yards (639) and was second in kickoff returns (9-178-19.8) in 2008. DJK’s career numbers include 93 receptions for 1,322 yards and six touchdowns, including an 18-yard scoring reception at Iowa State. He ranks 20th in career receptions and ranks 22nd in career receiving yards.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009

Senior WR Trey Stross has improved on his season totals from last season through Iowa’s six games. He leads the team with 17 receptions for 268 yards and one touchdown. He had three receptions for 61 yards against Northern Iowa. He led Iowa with four receptions for 69 yards at Iowa State and added four receptions for 37 yards against Arizona. He scored his first touchdown of the season against Arkansas State (33 yards) and ended the game with 64 yards on four receptions. His 33-yard catch against Michigan kept alive a touchdown drive. Stross ranked fifth in team receiving in 2008, collecting 13 receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown, in 11 games. He has 59 career receptions for 838 yards and seven scores. DB Brett Greenwood collected 12 tackles against Northern Iowa, just two shy of his career high. Greenwood had five solo tackles and added one pass break-up. Greenwood collected two of Iowa’s five pass interceptions in the win at Iowa State and added two pass break-ups. He added his third theft of the season in the final minute of the win over Michigan and had seven tackles against the Wolverines. He ranks fourth on the team with 38 tackles. After leading the team in tackles a year ago, senior LB Pat Angerer has led the team in tackles in wins over Penn State, Arkansas State and Michigan. Angerer had 12 tackles in the win over Michigan. At Penn State he recorded 14 tackles (four solo) to lead the team. His interception and 38-yard return in the fourth quarter led to an Iowa touchdown and he also caused a fumble to stop another potential Penn State scoring drive. Angered led Iowa with 11 tackles against Arkansas State, including six solo stops. He recorded 12 tackles vs. Northern Iowa and four stops against Iowa State. Angerer led Iowa with 107 tackles while playing in all 13 games in 2008. He leads the team with 59 tackles this season. Junior CB Amari Spievey was a busy man for the Hawkeyes in the season opener. While starting his 14th straight game, Spievey recorded eight tackles and two pass break-ups. Spievey also was used on punt returns and KO returns. Spievey added four solo tackles and one KO return at Iowa State. He is on the pre-season Watch List for the Jim Thorpe Award. He added four tackles in the win over Arizona, including a tackle that saved a touchdown on a 58-yard run. Spievey made the tackle at the one and Arizona was forced to kick a field goal when the game was tied 7-7 in the second period. He added six tackles and a pass break-up in the win at Penn State and he had four tackles vs. Arkansas State. He has 26 tackles and leads the team with five break-ups. True freshman RB Brandon Wegher scored the first touchdown of his career on a one-yard run at Iowa State. Wegher ended the game with 15 carries for 101 yards and had two pass receptions for 17 yards. Iowa has had a true freshman rush for over 100 yards for the second straight season. Jewel Hampton had 114 yards at Indiana last season. Wegher is averaging 48.3 rushing yards per game and 4.1 yards per carry. He also has eight receptions for 48 yards and is averaging 27.3 yards on three KO returns.

Sophomore DE Broderick Binns had a solid game in Iowa’s win at Penn State. His QB sack in the second period forced a PSU fumble in the endzone, which resulted in a safety for Iowa’s first points of the game. Binns collected eight tackles in the game, including 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 QB sacks, to go with his caused fumble. Binns had nine tackles in Iowa’s win at Iowa State and recovered a fumble in the win over Arkansas State. He collected four tackles and two pass break-ups in the win over Michigan. Sophomore LB Bruce Davis is making a name for himself on Iowa’s special teams. Davis is on the front line on Iowa’s kickoff and kick return teams. He recovered an onside kick by Iowa State early in that game, which led to Iowa’s first touchdown of the day. Last season Davis recovered the mishandled kickoff at the end of the game, sealing Iowa’s upset win over Penn State. Junior LB Jeremiha Hunter has been a steady performer through Iowa’s first six games. He ranks second on the team with 52 tackles and recovered a fumble in wins over Iowa State and Michigan. He may have come up with the biggest play of the season so far when he blocked a second field goal attempt by Northern Iowa on the final play of a 17-16 Iowa win. The native of York, PA matched his career-best with 12 tackles in the win at Penn State, including 1.5 tackles for loss. Hunter also had 12 tackles in Iowa’s 2008 upset of the Nittany Lions in Iowa City. He added eight tackles and two pass break-ups in a win over Arkansas State. Along with a fumble recovery against Michigan Hunter again had 12 tackles and his pass interception in the first period led to an Iowa field goal.

BIG PLAY HAWKEYES Iowa posted five offensive plays (five pass completions) that resulted in 20 yards or more against Michigan, plus three KO returns and one punt return of at least 20 yards or more. Iowa has 22 pass plays and four rushing attempts over 20 yards in its six games. Iowa’s defense has allowed 14 offensive plays (11 passing, three rushing) of 20 yards or more. IOWA BY QUARTERS Iowa has outscored its opponents in all four quarters, including 41-37 in the first period, 29-17 in the second period, 34-10 in the third period and 50-31 in the fourth period. ON THE AVERAGE Iowa averaged 5.7 yards on 30 first down plays, 2.0 yards on 23 second down plays and 8.2 yards on 18 third down plays against Michigan, while throwing an incomplete pass on its only fourth down attempt. For the season, Iowa is averaging 5.7 yards on first down, 4.1 yards on second down, 6.8 on third down and one yard on fourth down.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium
AVERAGE SCORING DRIVES Iowa averaged 6.0 plays, 45 yards and 2:54 elapsed time on six scoring drives in the win over Michigan. Iowa’s three touchdown drives in that win averaged six plays, 59 yards and 3:13 in elapsed time. In six games, Iowa’s 26 scoring drives have averaged 6.8 plays, 50.4 yards and 3:07 in elapsed time. Iowa’s opponents have had 14 scoring drives, averaging 10.2 plays, 61 yards and 4:27 in elapsed time. In six games, just two opponent possessions have started on Iowa’s side of the field. Northern Iowa scored a field goal after recovering an Iowa fumble at the Hawkeye 28. Arkansas State missed a field goal after an interception gave ASU possession at the Iowa 27. IOWA IN THE RED ZONE Iowa is 16-19 in the red zone (12 TDs) through six games. Iowa failed to score from the red zone at the end of the 35-3 win at Iowa State, missed a field goal vs. Arkansas State and turned the ball over on downs vs. Michigan. The Hawkeyes have scored on 47 of their last 50 red zone possessions (31 TDs and 16 FGs) dating back to the Michigan State game in 2008. Iowa is 28-31 combined inside the red zone in its last nine games. Iowa’s six opponents are 12-13 in the red zone, with seven touchdowns and five field goals. Northern Iowa was a perfect 4-4 in the red zone, collecting three field goals and one touchdown, while Iowa State did not reach the red zone in game two. Arizona was 2-2 in the red zone, with one passing touchdown and a field goal. Penn State scored a field goal on its only trip inside the red zone and Arkansas State was 2-3, with two touchdowns. Michigan scored a rushing touchdown on all three trips inside the Iowa red zone. POINTS OFF TURNOVERS Iowa scored six points after collecting five turnovers (two interceptions, three fumbles) in the win over Michigan. For the season, Iowa has scored 60 points (seven TDs, four FGs) following 20 opponent turnovers (10 interceptions, four fumbles, one blocked punt). Iowa has recorded at least one takeaway in 39 of its last 41, dating back to the 2006 campaign. Iowa has collected at least one turnover in 19 consecutive games, dating back to the final contest of the 2007 season. Iowa has been guilty of 10 turnovers (eight interceptions, two fumbles). Iowa opponents have scored 30 points (three touchdowns on interception returns, three field goals) following those turnovers. HAWKEYES BY THE NUMBERS Iowa returns 48 lettermen from 2008, including 22 on offense, 22 on defense and four specialists. The 48 lettermen are four less than the 52 that returned in 2008. The Hawkeyes return six starters on offense, eight on defense and their place kicker and punter. The lettermen breakdown includes five three-year lettermen, 22 two-year lettermen and 21 one-year lettermen.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
The total roster has 117 players, and includes 15 seniors, 30 juniors, 25 sophomores, 23 redshirt freshmen and 24 true freshmen. The depth chart includes 10 seniors, 20 juniors, 14 sophomores and five redshirt freshmen. STARTERS RETURNING Iowa returns six starters on offense, eight on defense and three specialists. The returning starters on offense include: tackles Bryan Bulaga and Kyle Calloway, guard Julian Vandervelde, receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, quarterback Ricky Stanzi and fullback Brett Morse (plus part-time starters, guards Rafael Eubanks and Andy Kuempel, fullback Wade Leppert and receiver Trey Stross). The defensive starters returning include: ends Adrian Clayborn and Christian Ballard, linebackers Pat Angerer, A.J. Edds and Jeremiha Hunter and backs Brett Greenwood, Tyler Sash and Amari Spievey. Punter Ryan Donahue and place kicker Daniel Murray also return (plus part-time starting place kicker Trent Mossbrucker). RETURNING WITH HONORS Iowa returns seven players who earned all-Big Ten honors a year ago. That list includes LB Pat Angerer, OL Bryan Bulaga, OL Kyle Calloway, P Ryan Donahue and CB Amari Spievey, who were second team honorees by either the coaches or media. LB A.J. Edds and FS Brett Greenwood earned honorable mention accolades. THEY STARTED THEM ALL Iowa returns seven players who started all 13 games last season. That list includes OL Kyle Calloway, OLB A.J. Edds, DB Brett Greenwood, OL Bryan Bulaga, DE Christian Ballard, LB Jeremiha Hunter and DB Amari Spievey. In addition, punter Ryan Donahue has handled all punting duties over the past 31 games. Calloway did not play in the opening game and Bulaga missed three games before returning vs. the last two games. Additional Iowa players who started every game a year ago, but are not returning this season, included WR Andy Brodell, TE Brandon Myers, OL Rob Bruggeman, RB Shonn Greene, DL Matt Kroul, DL Mitch King and DB Bradley Fletcher. With the exception of Brodell, all are currently with NFL teams. EXPERIENCE IN OFFENSIVE LINE Iowa’s returning offensive linemen have combined to start 129 games throughout their careers. Seniors Rafael Eubanks has started 31 games and senior Kyle Calloway has 30 starts. Others with starting experience include Bryan Bulaga (21), Julian Vandervelde (19), Dace Richardson (15), Dan Doering (6), Riley Reiff (4), Andy Kuempel (2) and Adam Gettis (1). In addition, senior Travis Meade started five games as an offensive lineman before moving to defense for his final season.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium
DOWN TO THE WIRE FOR HAWKEYES Five of Iowa’s eight 2008 Big Ten games were decided in the final minutes of play, including wins over Penn State and Purdue and losses to Northwestern, Michigan State and Illinois. Iowa’s 2009 opening win over Northern Iowa was not decided until the final play of the game and the win at Penn State was an eight point difference until eight seconds remained. Arkansas State pulled within the final three point margin with two minutes remaining and last week Michigan scored a touchdown with 3:16 to play to cut the final deficit to two points. Michigan scored with just over three minutes remaining. The Wolverines attempted an onside kick, but Iowa gained possession when the kick went out of bounds. Michigan regained possession with 1:30 to play before an interception by DB Brett Greenwood secured the win. Arkansas State scored a touchdown with 2:01 to play to cut its deficit to 24-21. Iowa recovered the onside kick and ran all but 10 seconds off the clock. ASU regained possession on its 18-yardline and threw two incomplete passes. At Penn State, Iowa held an 18-10 advantage late in the fourth period before a late interception and a field goal with eight seconds remaining sealed the win. In the win over Northern Iowa, the Hawkeyes blocked field goal attempts on UNI’s final two plays of the game, the second with one second remaining. In a 22-17 loss to Northwestern, Iowa had a first and goal at the Wildcat eight-yard line but failed to convert and Northwestern took over with 1:08 remaining. In a 16-13 loss at Michigan State, Iowa failed to convert a fourth and one at the MSU 21-yard line and the Spartans took over with 2:10 remaining. In a 27-24 loss at Illinois, Iowa tied the game at 24 with 2:46 to play before Illinois kicked the winning field goal with 24 seconds left in the game. In a 24-23 win over No. 3 Penn State, Iowa scored the game winning 31-yard field goal with one second remaining. In a 22-17 win over Purdue, the Boilermakers reached the Iowa 27-yard line in the final seconds before a pass into the end zone was incomplete as time expired. In non-conference play, Iowa lost by a single point (21-20) at Pittsburgh when the Panthers took the lead early in the fourth quarter.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
Iowa recorded 23 interceptions to tie a school single-season record (23 in 1986). Nine different Hawkeyes intercepted at least one pass in 2008 and Iowa had 439 return yards (and one touchdown).

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DEFENSE MADE A STAND IN ‘08 Iowa, in 2008, ranked fourth in the country in interceptions (23), fifth in scoring defense (13.0) and pass efficiency defense (98.32), ninth in rushing defense (94.0), 12th in total defense (291.3) and 19th in red zone defense (76%). Iowa’s defense forced 67 punts, 42 three-and-outs (31.4%), blocked a field goal (Northwestern) and a punt (Wisconsin) and collected a safety (Maine). Iowa’s defense allowed only seven rushing touchdowns in 2008, which ties the Iowa record for fewest in a single-season (1981 and 1984).

IOWA NOTES Iowa is one of 10 college football programs in the nation to compete in at least five January bowl games over the last seven seasons. Iowa has been bowl eligible in each of the last eight seasons. The Hawkeyes have played in seven bowl games since 2001, including the 2001 Alamo Bowl, 2003 Orange bowl, 2004 Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2006 Outback Bowl, 2006 Alamo Bowl and 2009 Outback Bowl. Iowa has started on offense in 108 of its last 123 contests. The Hawkeyes have started the game on offense in 110-of129 games under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa has started on offense in eight straight games. Iowa deferred after winning the toss last year in a win over Purdue and the Boilermakers elected to receive on a very windy day in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa is one of three football programs (joining Oklahoma and Texas) to have five different individual players earn national Player of the Year honors at their position since 2002. Iowa’s national award winners have been: 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 placed in the Big Ten Conference first division in seven of the past eight seasons, winning the league title in 2002 and 2004. Over the past eight plus years, Iowa is 52-7 when leading at the half and 57-6 when leading after three quarters. Iowa has trailed in five of its six wins and trailed at halftime and after three quarters in two of the six victories this season. Iowa sold out six of its seven home games in 2008 and the 2009 opening game vs. Northern Iowa. The Hawkeyes have sold out 40 of their last 42 games, dating back to the 2003 season. Iowa had a 36-game consecutive sellout streak from Sept. 6, 2003 until the final home game in 2008. Iowa’s four losses in 2008 came by a combined 12 points (21-20 at Pittsburgh, 22-17 vs. Northwestern, 16-13 at Michigan State and 27-24 at Illinois). Three of the four losses were on the road. Iowa had lost 10 of 11 games that were decided by five points or less before a 24-23 win over Penn State last season. Iowa won all three traveling trophy games in 2008. The Hawkeyes defeated Iowa State 17-5 to gain possession of the Cy-Hawk Trophy, Wisconsin 38-16 to claim the Heartland Trophy and Minnesota 55-0 to keep Floyd of Rosedale. Iowa’s 35-3 win at Iowa State on Sept. 12 keeps the Cy-Hawk Trophy in Iowa City.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium
STATION NAMED TO HALL OF FAME Larry Station, the former University of Iowa linebacker who compiled nearly 500 career tackles and twice was named consensus All-American, has been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame. Station was recognized last Saturday in halftime ceremonies at Kinnick Stadium. Station is the 14th former Hawkeye player or coach to earn the honor and the first since Hayden Fry in 2003. Fry was Station’s coach at Iowa from 1982-85. The Hall of Fame class will be inducted at the National Football Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 8, 2009, in New York City. The recipients will be officially enshrined at the Hall of Fame in South Bend, IN, in the summer of 2010. Members of the latest Hall of Fame class are also being recognized throughout the season at home games of their alma mater. BEST DECADE FOR IOWA FOOTBALL Iowa’s football record in the 2000 decade stands at 75-43 (.636), a record that ranks among the best decades in the history of Iowa football. Iowa posted a record of 77-40-4 (.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 and is now in his 11th season. Ferentz also served as Iowa’s offensive line coach from 1981-89 under Fry. WATCHING FROM ABOVE Iowa’s coaches in the press box are Lester Erb (running back and special teams), along with quality control Scott Southmayd and graduate assistant coaches Dan Clark and Charlie Bullen. That leaves Norm Parker (defensive coordinator), Ken O’Keefe (offensive coordinator), Erik Campbell (receivers and tight ends), Phil Parker (defensive backs), Reese Morgan (offensive line), Darrell Wilson (linebackers and special teams), Rick Kaczenski (defensive line) and Eric Johnson (assistant linebackers) on the sidelines. KINNICK STADIUM TOPS BIG TEN The Sporting News ranked Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium as the best college football stadium in the Big Ten Conference in its pre-season publication. Kinnick Stadium was also selected as the best stadium in the Big Ten by the Sporting News in 2007. HAWKEYES ON THE TUBE All Iowa football games this season will be televised on either ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, Big Ten Network or Fox Sports Net. The last Iowa contest not televised was vs. Minnesota on Nov. 17, 2001. Iowa has appeared on television in its last 96 games.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
FAMILY AFFAIR Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz and his son, James, are believed to be one of only seven father-son duos in Division I in 2009. They join Bobby Petrino and sons Nick and Bobby from Arkansas, Dan Hawkins and his son Cody from Colorado, Pat Hill and his son Zak from Fresno State, Tommy West and his son Turner from Memphis, Scott Downing and his son Andrew from Northern Colorado, and Steve Spurrier and son Scott from South Carolina. In addition, Akron defensive coordinator Jim Fleming has a son, Will, playing at Akron, Oregon State assistant Joe Seumalo has a son, Andrew, playing at Oregon State, Rice assistant Darrell Patterson has a son, Michael, who plays for the Owls, Western Illinois def. coordinator Mark Hendrickson, a former Iowa assistant coach, has a son, Myers, who plays for WIU, Fresno State defensive coordinator Randy Steward has a son, Taylor, on the Fresno State team and San Jose State defensive coordinator Keith Burns has a son, Tanner, on the San Jose State team. Arizona State head Coach Dennis Erickson has a son, Bryce, who is the ASU running backs coach and Northern Colorado offensive coordinator Dennis Darnell has a son, Pete, who is the Northern Colorado quarterbacks coach. Tennessee Coach Lane Kiffin’s father, Monte, is the Tennessee defensive coordinator. BEST IN THE BUSINESS Iowa football Coach Kirk Ferentz (2002) and men’s basketball Coach Todd Lickliter (2007) have each been recognized as national Coach of the Year in their respective sports. Only six other Division I programs currently have coaches in those sports that have earned that distinction. The schools include Florida (Urban Meyer and Billy Donovan); Florida State (Bobby Bowden and Leonard Hamilton); Illinois (Ron Zook and Bruce Weber); Kansas (Mark Mangino and Bill Self): Maryland (Ralph Friedgen and Gary Williams) and Southern Methodist (June Jones and Matt Doherty). HOME GROWN HAWKEYES Iowa’s roster of 117 players includes 56 players from Iowa. The roster includes 17 players from Illinois; 13 from Ohio; four from Florida; three from Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri and New Jersey; two from Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Texas and Wisconsin, one from Connecticut, Georgia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Montana, South Dakota and Canada. MORE THAN ONE Twelve high schools have contributed more than one player to the current Iowa football roster. The leaders are Iowa City High (Iowa) with four and Humboldt (Iowa) and Glenville (Ohio) with three. Nine additional Iowa high schools, along with Cretin-Derham Hall (Minnesota), have two players on the roster.

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Iowa at Wisconsin - - Camp Randall Stadium
THE NAME GAME Kyle and Tyler are the most popular first names. There are four Kyle’s (Calloway, Haganman, Spading and Steinbrecher) and four Tyler’s (Christensen, Harrell, Nielsen and Sash). There are three players named Brett (Greenwood, Morse and Van Sloten), James (Ferentz, Hurt and Vandenberg), Joe (Conklin, Forgy and Gaglione) and Nick (Kuchel, Murphy and Nielsen). There are two named Adam (Gettis and Robinson), Andrew/Andy (Schulze and Kuempel), Brad (Herman and Rogers), Colin/Collin (Sandeman and Sleeper), Dan/Daniel (Doering and Murray), Jeff (Brinson and Tarpinian), John/Jonathon (Wienke and Gimm), Jordan (Bernstine and Cotton), Josh (Brown and Koeppel), Matt (Murphy and Tobin), Steve/Steven (Bigach and Staggs), Thomas/Tom (Nardo and Donatell) and Zach (Derby and Furlong). Two current Hawkeye players have twin brothers. Those include sophomore DB Shaun Prater (Shane) and junior DT Karl Klug (Kevin). THE HAWKEYES, SIZE WISE Junior WR Paul Chaney, Jr. is the lightest Hawkeye player at 167 pounds. Senior OL Kyle Calloway and junior OL Bryan Bulaga are the heaviest at 315 pounds. A total of eight Hawkeye players are listed over 300 pounds. The tallest players, at 6-7, are Calloway and OL Andy Kuempel, while the shortest players, at 5-9, are Chaney, Jr., sophomore RB Jewel Hampton and redshirt freshman RB Adam Robinson. The average Hawkeye player is 6-2 and weighs 231 pounds. That is the exact same height and two pounds lighter than the average Iowa player in 2008. BIG TEN MEDIA CENTER The conference office has a Big Ten football media center on bigten.org, providing a single site for media to access information on every Big Ten football program. The media center includes downloadable PDFs of media guides for the conference and every school, weekly releases, statistics, player of the week selections, information on the weekly coaches teleconference (along with links to the live and archived audio) and more. In addition, it features schedules broken down by school and week, which will include game notes for each team, final stats and game recaps. Every Big Ten school also has an individual page containing information on the football contact, media guides and schedules. The media center can be accessed by going to the primary football page on bigten.org and clicking on the “Football Media Center” link on the right-hand side of the page. This website is meant for media use only and is password-protected. Contact the conference office for more information.

Date of Release: Oct. 12, 2009
ROSE BOWL EXPERIENCE Four members of the Iowa coaching staff have coached or played in the Rose Bowl. Kirk Ferentz coached in two Rose Bowl games while on the Iowa staff. Norm Parker and Phil Parker both coached in the Rose Bowl while on the staff at Michigan State. Erik Campbell played in one Rose Bowl during his Michigan career and coached in four others while on the Wolverine coaching staff. IOWA STATS ON THE INTERNET Statistics and play-by-play accounts of every Iowa football game are available live on the Internet. The statistical program allows viewers to read the play-by-play action just moments after it takes place, and to view all individual and team statistics while the game is in progress. The program can be accessed through hawkeyesports.com and then clicking on the GT link. This feature is available for all home games and most road contests during the 2009 campaign. WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCES Head Coach Kirk Ferentz holds his weekly press conferences every Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Hayden Fry Football Complex. Selected player interviews take place immediately after Ferentz meets the media. A complete transcript of Ferentz’s comments will be e-mailed to Iowa’s football media e-mail list 2-3 hours after the press conference. IOWA FOOTBALL WITH KIRK FERENTZ The weekly television replay show, featuring Iowa Football Coach Kirk Ferentz, is a 30-minute program, which includes Iowa football highlights and weekly features about the University of Iowa football program. Gary Dolphin, the radio play-by-play voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, hosts the show. Consult local listings for day and time. 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. IOWA TV SATELLITE SERVICE Each Tuesday Iowa offers video highlights of Coach Kirk Ferentz’s weekly news conference, plus player clips & highlights, via satellite. The time is from 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. (CT). The satellite feed will be available on C-Band Analog, Galaxy 19, Transponder 8. AFTER THIS Iowa travels to Michigan State (6 p.m. CT, BTN) Oct. 24 for its second straight road game and third and final night contest of the season. The Hawkeyes return home to host Indiana Oct. 31 (11 a.m., TBA).

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2009 Recognition KIRK FERENTZ Named Big Ten Conference pre-season Coach of the Year by Sporting News PAT ANGERER Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week vs. Penn State Lott Trophy IMPACT Player of the Week vs. Penn State Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week vs. Penn State Linebacker Performer of the Week by College Football Performance Award committee Named to Butkus Award pre-season Watch List Named to Lott Trophy pre-season Watch List Named to Chuck Bednarik Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season first team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports, Phil Steele’s College Football and Lindy’s Football CHRISTIAN BALLARD Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports BRODERICK BINNS ESPN.com Big Ten Def. Player of the Week vs. Penn State BRYAN BULAGA Named to Outland Trophy pre-season Watch List Named to Rotary Lombardi Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season first team all-America by Sports Illustrated Pre-season second team all-America by Phil Steele’s College Football and The Kickoff Magazine Pre-season third team all-America by Athlon Sports Pre-season first team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports, Sporting News, Phil Steele’s College Football and Lindy’s Football KYLE CALLOWAY Pre-season first team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports Pre-season second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football ADRIAN CLAYBORN AT&T All-America Player of the Week vs. Penn State Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Penn State ESPN.com Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Penn State Pre-season second team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports DAN DOERING Pre-season first team all-Big Ten by Lindy’s Football RYAN DONAHUE Big Ten Co-Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Arizona Named to Ray Guy Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s College Football

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A.J. EDDS Named to Butkus Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season second team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s College Football BRENT GREENWOOD Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football JEWEL HAMPTON Pre-season second team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Lindy’s Football Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football JEREMIHA HUNTER Big Ten Co-Special Teams Player of the Week vs. UNI Pre-season fourth team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football DERRELL JOHNSON-KOULIANOS Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s College Football KARL KLUG Pre-season fourth team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football TONY MOEAKI Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Michigan ESPN.com Big Ten Off. Player of the Week vs. Michigan National Tight End Performer of the Week by College Football Performance Award committee vs. Michigan Named to John Mackey Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season fourth team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football DANIEL MURRAY ESPN.com Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Michigan TYLER SASH Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week vs. Iowa State National Defensive Performer of the Week by College Football Performance Award committee vs. Iowa State Pre-season second team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s College Football AMARI SPIEVEY Named to Jim Thorpe Award pre-season Watch List Pre-season first team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports, Sporting News, Phil Steele’s College Football and Lindy’s Football RICKY STANZI Named to Manning Award pre-season Watch List JULIAN VANDERVELDE Pre-season third team all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports

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Season Statistics
Overall Record --------1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 Conference Record --------0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 2-0

Includes Six Games

Date -----Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 *Sept. 26 Oct. 3 *Oct. 10 *Oct. 17 *Oct. 24 *Oct. 31 *Nov. 7 *Nov. 14 *Nov. 21

Opponent ------------Northern Iowa at Iowa State Arizona at Penn State Arkansas State Michigan at Wisconsin at Michigan State Indiana Northwestern at Ohio State Minnesota

Score ------W, 17-16 W, 35-3 W, 27-17 W, 21-10 W, 24-21 W, 30-28

Time ------3:24 3:11 3:06 3:08 3:11 3:17

Attend --------70,585 52,089 70,585 109,316 67,989 70,585

* - - Big Ten Conference game

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Robinson, Adam 6 429 66 0 24 0 519 86.5 Wegher, Brandon 6 290 48 0 82 0 420 70.0 Chaney Jr., Paul 6 64 50 41 161 0 316 52.7 McNutt, Marvin 6 0 278 0 0 0 278 46.3 Stross, Trey 6 0 268 0 0 0 268 44.7 Johnson-Koulianos, D. 5 0 201 0 0 0 201 40.2 Moeaki, Tony 3 0 192 0 0 0 192 64.0 Sash, Tyler 6 0 0 0 0 117 117 19.5 Reisner, Allen 6 0 113 0 0 0 113 18.8 Sandeman, Colin 5 0 63 41 0 0 104 20.8 Spievey, Amari 6 0 0 -1 73 0 72 12.0 O’Meara, Paki 6 25 0 0 33 0 58 9.7 Davis, Keenan 6 0 55 0 0 0 55 9.2 Clayborn, Adrian 6 0 0 53 0 0 53 8.8 Morse, Brett 6 26 25 0 0 0 51 8.5 Angerer, Pat 6 0 0 0 0 38 38 6.3 Nordmann, Don 2 0 35 0 0 0 35 17.5 Greenwood, Brent 6 0 0 0 0 17 17 2.8 Hunter, Jeremiha 6 0 0 0 0 16 16 2.7 Daniels, Mike 6 0 0 0 10 0 10 1.7 Brinson, Jeff 3 7 0 0 0 0 7 2.3 Herman, Brad 4 0 3 0 0 0 3 0.8 Edds, A.J. 6 0 0 0 0 2 2 0.3 TEAM 3 -22 0 0 0 0 -22 -7.3 Stanzi, Ricky 6 -38 0 0 0 0 -38 -6.3 TOTAL 6 781 1397 134 383 190 2885 480.8 Opponents 6 806 1026 46 567 194 2639 439.8

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2009) 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 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 3rd 4th

IOWA 154 25.7 114 49 59 6 781 951 170 212 3.7 130.2 7 1397 111-194-8 7.2 12.6 232.8 10 2178 406 5.4 363.0 19-383 14-134 12-190 20.2 9.6 15.8 3-2 26-210 35.0 29-1193 41.1 37.5 32: 26 39/90 43% 0/4 0% 8-42 0 18 9-13 0-0 16-19 84% 12-19 63% 17-17 100% 279744 4/69936 Total 154 95

OPP 95 15.8 91 35 53 3 806 892 86 194 4.2 134.3 3 1026 91-190-12 5.4 11.3 171.0 5 1832 384 4.8 305.3 31-567 12-46 8-194 18.3 3.8 24.2 13-7 33-274 45.7 31-1233 39.8 35.5 27: 34 33/88 38% 5/7 71% 12-111 0 11 6-10 0-3 12-13 92% 7-13 54% 11-11 100% 161405 2/80702 0/0

OT

41 37

29 17

34 10

50 31

0 0

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2009) All games

Rushing

gp-gs

att

gain loss

net avg td

lg avg/g

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Chaney, Jr., Paul Morse, Brett O'Meara, Paki Brinson, Jeff Vandenberg, James TEAM Stanzi, Ricky Total Opponents
Passing

6-5 88 6-0 70 6- 0 5 6- 6 3 6-1 10 3- 0 1 1- 0 1 3- 0 4 6-6 30 6 212 6 194
gp-gs

440 11 311 21 64 0 26 0 30 5 7 0 0 0 0 22 73 111 951 170 892 86

429 290 64 26 25 7 0 -22 -38 781 806

4.9 4.1 12.8 8.7 2.5 7.0 0.0 -5.5 -1.3 3.7 4.2

4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 3

43 28 28 16 9 7 0 0 12 43 58

71.5 48.3 10.7 4.3 4.2 2.3 0.0 -7.3 -6.3 130.2 134.3
lg avg/g

Chaney, Jr., Paul Sandeman, Colin Clayborn, Adrian Spievey, Amari Total Opponents
Interceptions

8 4 1 1 14 12
no.

41 41 53 -1 134 46

5.1 10.2 53.0 -1.0 9.6 3.8

0 0 1 0 1 0

24 20 53 0 53 11
lg

yds avg td

effic comp-att-int

pct

yds td

Stanzi, Ricky Vandenberg, James McNutt, Marvin Total Opponents
Receiving

6-6 126.40 109-190-8 1-0 173.07 2-3-0 6-4 0.00 0-1-0 6 126.47 111-194-8 6 89.31 91-190-12
gp-gs no. yds avg

57.4 1359 10 66.7 38 0 0.0 0 0 57.2 1397 10 47.9 1026 5
td lg avg/g

47 35 0 47 79

226.5 38.0 0.0 232.8 171.0

Sash, Tyler Greenwood, Brett Edds, A.J. Prater, Shaun Hunter, Jeremiha Angerer, Pat Total Opponents
Kick Returns

5 3 1 1 1 1 12 8
no.

117 17 2 0 16 38 190 194

23.4 5.7 2.0 0.0 16.0 38.0 15.8 24.2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

41 17 2 0 16 38 41 75
lg

yds avg td

Stross, Trey Moeaki, Tony McNutt, Marvin Reisner, Allen Johnson-Koulianos, D Wegher, Brandon Robinson, Adam Sandeman, Colin Chaney, Jr., Paul Davis, Keenan Morse, Brett Nordmann, Don Herman, Brad Total Opponents

6-6 17 268 3-3 17 192 6-4 15 278 6-3 12 113 5-0 11 201 6- 0 8 48 6- 5 7 66 5- 2 7 63 6- 0 7 50 6- 0 4 55 6- 6 4 25 2- 0 1 35 4- 0 1 3 6 111 1397 6 91 1026

15.8 11.3 18.5 9.4 18.3 6.0 9.4 9.0 7.1 13.8 6.2 35.0 3.0 12.6 11.3

1 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 10 5

39 42 43 29 47 12 22 20 12 21 16 35 3 47 79

44.7 64.0 46.3 18.8 40.2 8.0 11.0 12.6 8.3 9.2 4.2 17.5 0.8 232.8 171.0

Chaney, Jr., Paul Spievey, Amari Wegher, Brandon O'Meara, Paki Daniels, Mike Robinson, Adam Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

8 4 3 2 1 1 19 31
no.

161 73 82 33 10 24 383 567

20.1 18.2 27.3 16.5 10.0 24.0 20.2 18.3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

27 20 34 17 10 24 34 42
lg

yds avg td

Total Opponents

0 0

0 0.0 0 0.0

0 0

0 0

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2009) All games

Scoring

td

fg

kick

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Murray, Daniel Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Moeaki, Tony McNutt, Marvin Davis, Keenan Reisner, Allen Clayborn, Adrian Johnson-Koulianos, D Stross, Trey Morse, Brett TEAM Stanzi, Ricky Total Opponents

- 9-13 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 18 9-13 11 6-10

17-17 17-17 11-11

-

- - - - - - - - - - - - - 0-1 - 0-1 - -

-

- 44 - 24 - 18 - 18 - 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 1 2 0 1 154 - 95

Stanzi, Ricky Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Chaney, Jr., Paul Vandenberg, James Morse, Brett O'Meara, Paki Brinson, Jeff TEAM Total Opponents

6 6 6 6 1 6 6 3 3 6 6

220 88 70 5 4 3 10 1 4 406 384

-38 1359 1321 220.2 429 0 429 71.5 290 0 290 48.3 64 0 64 10.7 0 38 38 38.0 26 0 26 4.3 25 0 25 4.2 7 0 7 2.3 -22 0 -22 -7.3 781 1397 2178 363.0 806 1026 1832 305.3

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

Murray, Daniel
FG Sequence

9-13 69.2 0-0
Iowa Hawkeyes

3-4

2-2

4-6

0-1

41

0

Opponents

Donahue, Ryan Total Opponents
Kickoffs

29 1193 41.1 62 29 1193 41.1 62 31 1233 39.8 61

3 3 0

6 15 6 15 6 5

7 7 9

0 0 1

Northern Iowa Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota

(39),48 (20),(40) (41),42,(31) 28,(20) (28),(41),53,(40) -

(39),(34),(39),40,41 (46) (20) (27),48 26 -

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

Murray, Daniel Total Opponents

33 2014 61.0 33 2014 61.0 21 1249 59.5

2 2 1

0 0 18.3 42.6 1 20.2 40.3

27 29

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2009) All games

## 43 42 9 30 49 95 19 91 94 46 10 28 33 57 4B 31 48 2 18 45 40 34 65 25 3 93 61 58 1 86 52 7 0 20

Defensive Leaders

gp-gs

ua

a

Tackles tot

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense int-yds brup

qbh

Fumbles rcv-yds

ff

blkd kick

saf

Angerer, Pat Hunter, Jeremiha Sash, Tyler Greenwood, Brett Edds, A.J. Klug, Karl Spievey, Amari Binns, Broderick Clayborn, Adrian Ballard, Christian Lowe, William Prater, Shaun Tarpinian, Jeff Davis, Bruce White, Jason Cato, David Johnson, Troy Castillo, Greg Hyde, Micah Nielsen, Tyler Swanson, Jack Rowell, Chris Schulze, Andrew O'Meara, Paki Wegher, Brandon Daniels, Mike Meade, Travis Daniel, Lebron Murray, Daniel Stross, Trey Eubanks, Rafael McNutt, Marvin TEAM Conklin, Joe Total Opponents

6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-2 3-3 6-0 6-0 5-0 6-0 6-0 2-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 4-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-0 6-0 6-0 6-6 6-6 6-4 3-0 4-0 6 6

20 17 24 21 5 10 20 13 10 7 5 3 2 7 2 2 2 . 2 1 3 1 1 1 . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 . . 184 209

39 35 23 17 32 17 6 13 12 15 5 7 7 2 3 3 3 4 2 3 . 2 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . 255 263

59 52 47 38 37 27 26 26 22 22 10 10 9 9 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 439 472

1.0-2 2.5-5 4.0-9 . 2.0-5 7.5-27 . 4.0-15 4.5-22 1.5-2 . . . . . 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-89 33-148

. . . . . 2.5-16 . 1.5-5 3.0-20 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-42 12-111

1-38 1-16 5-117 3-17 1-2 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-190 8-194

3 3 4 5 3 1 5 5 1 . 2 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 36 25

. . . . . 3 . 2 7 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 4

. 2-0 . . . 1-0 . 1-0 1-0 . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0 2-0

1 . 1 . . 2 . 1 2 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2

. 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 .

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

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone Results (as of Oct 10, 2009) All games
Iowa Hawkeyes Inside Opponent Red-Zone
Times Times In RZ Scored Total Pts Rush TDs Pass TDs FGs Made Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

Date

Opponent

Score W W W W W W

TDs

Sep. 5 Sep. 12 Sep. 19 Sep. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

NORTHERN IOWA at Iowa State ARIZONA at Penn State ARKANSAS STATE MICHIGAN at Wisconsin at Michigan State INDIANA NORTHWESTERN at Ohio State MINNESOTA Totals 16 of 19 (84.2%)

17-16 35-3 27-17 21-10 24-21 30-28

2 6 4 2 2 3

2 5 4 2 1 2

14 35 24 10 3 10

2 5 3 1 0 1

1 1 3 1 0 1

1 4 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

19

16

96

12

7

5

4

1

1

0

0

1

0

Opponents Inside Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone
Times Times In RZ Scored Total Pts Rush TDs Pass TDs FGs Made Failed to score inside RZ FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game

Date

Opponent

Score W W W W W W

TDs

Sep. 5 Sep. 12 Sep. 19 Sep. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

NORTHERN IOWA at Iowa State ARIZONA at Penn State ARKANSAS STATE MICHIGAN at Wisconsin at Michigan State INDIANA NORTHWESTERN at Ohio State MINNESOTA Totals 12 of 13 (92.3%)

17-16 35-3 27-17 21-10 24-21 30-28

4 0 2 1 3 3

4 0 2 1 2 3

16 0 10 3 14 21

1 0 1 0 2 3

0 0 0 0 0 3

1 0 1 0 2 0

3 0 1 1 0 0

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 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

13

12

64

7

3

4

5

1

0

0

0

0

0

2009 University of Iowa Football Iowa Hawkeyes Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2009) Conference games
Date Opponent * Sep. 26 at #4 Penn State * Oct. 10 MICHIGAN * Oct. 17 at Wisconsin * Oct. 24 at Michigan State * Oct. 31 INDIANA * Nov. 7 NORTHWESTERN * Nov. 14 at Ohio State * Nov. 21 MINNESOTA * - - Big Ten Conference Game
Rushing gp-gs att gain loss

W W

Score 21-10 30-28

Att. 109316 70585

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

Overall 2-0 2-0 0-0

Home 1-0 1-0 0-0

Away 1-0 1-0 0-0 IOWA 34 16 17 1 246 71 3.5 123.0 2 419 31-64-3 6.5 13.5 209.5 2 665 4.9 332.5 8-185 6-103 5-56 0-0 9-80 11-37.8 31:46 12/32 0/1

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 OPP 33 16 16 1 304 78 3.9 152.0 3 322 23-55-5 5.9 14.0 161.0 1 626 4.7 313.0 12-207 7-44 3-40 5-4 7-46 9-44.7 28:14 12/30 2/2

net avg

td

lg avg/g

Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Stanzi, Ricky TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

2-2 2-0 2-2 2-0 2 2
gp-gs

29 27 12 3 71 78

164 108 44 0 316 335

6 14 30 20 70 31

158 94 14 -20 246 304

5.4 3.5 1.2 -6.7 3.5 3.9

1 1 0 0 2 3
yds

23 79.0 28 47.0 12 7.0 0 -10.0 28 123.0 18 152.0
td lg avg/g

effic comp-att-int

pct

Stanzi, Ricky Total Opponents
Receiving

2-2 104.37 2 104.37 2 78.81
gp-gs no.

31-64-3 31-64-3 23-55-5
yds avg

48.4 48.4 41.8
td

419 419 322
lg avg/g

2 2 1

47 209.5 47 209.5 79 161.0

Johnson-Koulianos, D Moeaki, Tony Robinson, Adam Reisner, Allen McNutt, Marvin Stross, Trey Chaney, Jr., Paul Wegher, Brandon Morse, Brett Sandeman, Colin Total Opponents
Field Goals

2-0 1-1 2-2 2-1 2-1 2-2 2-0 2-0 2-2 2-1 2 2
fg

6 6 4 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 31 23

113 105 53 27 36 37 12 12 16 8 419 322

18.8 17.5 13.2 6.8 12.0 18.5 6.0 6.0 16.0 8.0 13.5 14.0
20-29

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
30-39

47 56.5 42 105.0 22 26.5 10 13.5 22 18.0 33 18.5 9 6.0 9 6.0 16 8.0 8 4.0 47 209.5 79 161.0
40-49 50-99

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 no.

yds avg

td

lg

pct. 01-19

lg blk

Murray, Daniel
Scoring

5-7
td

71.4 0-0
fg kick

1-1

1-1

3-4

0-1

41
pts

0

Greenwood, Brett Hunter, Jeremiha Edds, A.J. Angerer, Pat Prater, Shaun
Punting

1 1 1 1 1

0 16 2 38 0

0.0 16.0 2.0 38.0 0.0
lg

0 0 0 0 0
tb

0 16 2 38 0
fc i20 50+ blk

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

no. yds avg no.

Donahue, Ryan
Punt Returns

11 416 37.8 49
yds avg td

0 0 0 1 1 0
td

1
lg

4

0

0

Murray, Daniel Moeaki, Tony Wegher, Brandon Clayborn, Adrian Robinson, Adam TEAM Stanzi, Ricky Total Opponents

2 1 1 1 5 5

5-7 5-7 1-2

4-4 4-4 5-5

-

- - - - - - - 0-1 - 0-1 - -

-

1 1 -

19 12 6 6 6 2 0 51 38

Sandeman, Colin Chaney, Jr., Paul Clayborn, Adrian Total Opponents
Kick Returns

4 1 1 6 7
no.

41 9 53 103 44 69 82 10 24 185 207
rcv

10.2 9.0 53.0 17.2 6.3 23.0 27.3 10.0 24.0 23.1 17.2
pr

20 9 53 53 11
lg

yds avg

Chaney, Jr., Paul Wegher, Brandon Daniels, Mike Robinson, Adam Total Opponents
All Purpose g

3 3 1 1 8 12
rush

0 0 0 0 0 0
kr

27 34 10 24 34 36
ir total avg/g

Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Johnson-Koulian Moeaki, Tony Chaney, Jr., Paul Total Opponents
Total Offense

2 2 2 1 2 2 2

158 94 0 0 0 246 304 2 2 2 2 2

53 0 24 12 0 82 113 0 0 105 0 0 12 9 69 419 103 185 322 44 207
rush pass

0 235 117.5 0 188 94.0 0 113 56.5 0 105 105.0 0 90 45.0 56 1009 504.5 40 917 458.5
total avg/g

g plays

Stanzi, Ricky Robinson, Adam Wegher, Brandon Total Opponents
## 43 42 49 Defensive Leaders gp-gs ua a Tackles tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds

76 29 27 135 133
qbh

14 158 94 246 304

419 0 0 419 322

433 216.5 158 79.0 94 47.0 665 332.5 626 313.0
ff blkd kick saf

Pass defense int-yds brup

Fumbles rcv-yds

Angerer, Pat Hunter, Jeremiha Edds, A.J.

2-2 2-2 2-2

7 7 3

19 17 12

26 24 15

. 1.5-3 0.5-2

. . .

1-38 1-16 1-2

1 . 1

. . .

. 1-0 .

1 . .

. . .

. . .

Game-By-Game Statistics
First Downs 19 18 24 15 19 8 17 15 18 17 17 18 Rushing Att-Net 31-87 32-84 35-191 34-190 42-133 25-148 37-163 33-109 33-124 25-80 34-83 45-195 Pass. Yards 242 270 235 113 205 105 135 198 296 216 284 124 Passing Com.-Att.-In 22-34-0 23-38-0 20-37-2 13-31-5 20-32-1 10-26-1 11-26-2 12-32-3 18-27-2 22-40-1 20-38-1 11-23-2 Total Offense 65-329 70-354 72-426 65-303 74-338 51-253 63-298 65-307 60-420 65-296 72-367 68-319

Includes Six Games
PuntsAvg. 5-42.8 7-38.4 4-39.0 5-32.4 5-51.0 6-38.2 5-35.6 3-35.7 4-38.0 4-42.8 6-39.7 6-49.2 Fum.Lost 2-2 1-1 1-0 2-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 4-1 0-0 3-3 Pen. Yds. 2-15 10-71 6-45 9-79 5-35 4-41 4-35 4-21 4-35 3-37 5-45 3-25

Game at Iowa Northern Iowa Iowa at Iowa State at Iowa Arizona Iowa at Penn State at Iowa Arkansas State at Iowa Michigan Iowa at Wisconsin Iowa at Michigan State at Iowa Indiana at Iowa Northwestern Iowa at Ohio State at Iowa Minnesota

Score 17 16 35 3 27 17 21 10 24 21 30 28

Top Performances
Individual

Includes Six Games

Points Rushing Attempts Yards Rushing Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Receptions Yards Receiving Yards Total Offense All-Purpose Yards Yards Punt Returns Yards Kickoff Returns Field Goals Made Extra Points *Interceptions Tackles Sacks * - - ties school record

12 19 (88 yards) 101 (15/18 att.) 38 (20 comp.) 22 (34 att.) 296 (18-26) 10 (83 yds.) 121 (4 rec.) 242 134 41 (4 ret.) 69 (3 ret.) 3 (4 att) 5 (5 att.) 3 14 2

Five players - last time, Tony Moeaki and Daniel Murray vs. Michigan Adam Robinson at Penn State Brandon Wegher at Iowa State/Adam Robinson vs. Arizona Ricky Stanzi vs. Michigan Ricky Stanzi vs. Northern Iowa Ricky Stanzi vs. Arkansas State Tony Moeaki vs. Northern Iowa Marvin McNutt vs. Arkansas State Ricky Stanzi vs. Northern Iowa Adam Robinson at Penn State Colin Sandeman vs. Michigan Paul Chaney Jr. at Penn State Daniel Murray vs. Michigan Daniel Murray at Iowa State Tyler Sash at Iowa State Pat Angerer at Penn State Adrian Clayborn vs. Arkansas State

Team Offense (Iowa highs)
Points Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Total Plays First Downs 35 37 (163 yards) 191 (35 att.) 38 (22 comp.) 22 (34 att.) 296 426 74 27 3 25 (148/80 yards) 80 (32/25 att.) 23 (11 comp.) 10 (26 att.) 105 253 51 8 43 47 41 41 --53 (Blk) 34 84 (12 plays) 55 (10 plays) at Iowa State at Penn State at Iowa State vs. Michigan vs. Northern Iowa vs. Arkansas State at Iowa State vs. Arizona vs. Arizona at Iowa State vs. Arizona/Arkansas State vs. Northern Iowa/Arkansas State vs. Michigan vs. Arizona vs. Arizona vs. Arizona vs. Arizona vs. Arizona Adam Robinson vs. Arizona Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos vs. Michigan Daniel Murray at Penn State Tyler Sash vs. Arizona --Adrian Clayborn at Penn State Brandon Wegher vs. Michigan at Iowa State vs. Arkansas State

Team Defense (Opponents lows)
Points Rushing Attempts Yards Rushing Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Total Offense Total Plays First Downs

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

The Last Time . . .
A kickoff was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - C.J. Jones (100 yards), vs. USC, 1/2/03 by an opponent - - Herb Haygood (100 yards), Michigan State, 10/13/01 A punt was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Andy Brodell (81 yards), vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08 by Iowa - - Adrian Clayborn (returned 53 yards after block), at Penn State, 9/26/09 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 A punt was blocked . . . by Iowa - - Adrian Clayborn at Penn State, 9/26/09 (for a touchdown) by an opponent - - Andrew Taglianetti, Pittsburgh, 9/20/08 An interception was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Amari Spievey (57 yards), at Minnesota, 11/23/08 by an opponent - - Donovan Warren (40 yards), vs. Michigan, 10/10/09 A fumble was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Bob Sanders (3 yards), vs. Illinois, 11/1/03 by Iowa - - Antwan Allen (85 yards), vs. Purdue, 10/5/02 (blk. FG return) 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 - - Broderick Binns sack in end zone, fumble recovered by Penn State, 9/26/09 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 - - Shonn Greene (30-211 yards), vs. Purdue, 11/15/08 by an opponent - - T.J. Duckett (30-248), Michigan State, 10/7/00 A player passed for over 300 yards . . . by Iowa - - Jake Christensen (308 yards), vs. Indiana, 9/29/07 by an opponent - - Brian Hoyer (308 yards), Michigan State, 10/27/07 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 - - Arizona State (428 yards), 9/18/04 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 - - at Minnesota (55 points), 11/22/08 by an opponent - - Ohio State (56 points), 10/28/95 A team was held under 50 yards rushing . . . by Iowa - - vs. South Carolina (43 yards), 1/1/09 by an opponent - - at Penn State (48 yards), 10/6/07 A team was held under 100 yards passing . . . by Iowa - - vs. Maine (83 yards), 8/30/08 by an opponent - - Purdue (72 yards), 11/15/08 A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . . by Iowa - - at Minnesota (134 yards), 11/22/08 by an opponent - - at Penn State (194 yards), 10/6/07

Includes Six Games

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

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

2009 Starting Lineups

Includes Six Games

OFFENSE
Opponent Northern Iowa Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Consec. Starts Career Starts WR Stross Stross Stross Stross Stross Stross 6 9 TE Moeaki Moeaki Reisner Reisner Reisner Moeaki 1 6 LT Bulaga Reiff Reiff Reiff Bulaga Bulaga 2 21 LG C Gettis Eubanks Richardson Eubanks Richardson Eubanks Richardson Eubanks Richardson Eubanks Reiff Eubanks 1 4 6 31 RG Doering Vandervelde Vandervelde Vandervelde Vandervelde Richardson 6 14 RT Richardson Calloway Calloway Calloway Calloway Calloway 5 30 QB Stanzi Stanzi Stanzi Stanzi Stanzi Stanzi 15 16 RB O’Meara Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson 5 5 FB Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse Morse 6 15 FL McNutt McNutt Sandeman Sandeman McNutt McNutt 2 4

DEFENSE
Opponent Northern Iowa Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Consec. Starts Career Starts RE Clayborn Clayborn Clayborn Clayborn Clayborn Clayborn 10 17 DT Klug Klug Klug Klug Klug Klug 6 6 DT Ballard Ballard Ballard Ballard Ballard Ballard 19 19 LE Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns 6 6 LB Edds Edds Edds Edds Edds Edds 31 31 LB Angerer Angerer Angerer Angerer Angerer Angerer 17 17 LB Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter 19 19 CB Castillo Lowe Prater Prater Lowe Prater 1 3 CB Spievey Spievey Spievey Spievey Spievey Spievey 19 19 SS Sash Sash Sash Sash Sash Sash 14 17 FS Greenwood Greenwood Greenwood Greenwood Greenwood Greenwood 26 26

Scoring Drives
Opponent Plays Northern Iowa 14 Northern Iowa 6 Northern Iowa 7 Iowa State 4 Iowa State 3 Iowa State 8 Iowa State 4 Iowa State 12 Arizona 10 Arizona 6 Arizona 7 Arizona 4 Arizona 14 Penn State 8 Penn State 3 Penn State 8 Arkansas State 5 Arkansas State 7 Arkansas State 2 Arkansas State 8 Michigan 9 Michigan 4 Michigan 5 Michigan 9 Michigan 9 Michigan 1 Average Drive 638 Yards 52 70 73 41 24 48 58 84 75 70 44 6 74 37 24 25 72 63 44 56 57 8 22 78 63 42 50.4 Time of Poss. 5:43 2:46 3:16 0:47 1:29 3:48 1:33 5:15 4:11 3:27 3:19 0:52 8:30 2:44 1:13 3:40 2:44 3:49 0:43 4:41 4:54 1:40 0:52 4:20 3:17 0:10 3:07 30-39 0 1 40-49 4 1 Result FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD FG TD FG TD TD TD FG TD FG FG TD FG TD Qtr. 1 3 4 1 2 3 3 4 1 2 3 3 4 2 4 4 1 1 3 4 1 1 2 2 3 4

Includes Six Games
Play Daniel Murray, 39-yard field goal Adam Robinson, 11-yard run Tony Moeaki, 6-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Brett Morse, 1-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi D. Johnson-Koulianos, 18-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Allen Reisner, 7-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Brandon Wegher, 1-yard run Keenan Davis, 10-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Adam Robinson, 2-yard run Adam Robinson, 1-yard run Daniel Murray, 20-yard field goal Daniel Murray, 40-yard field goal Brandon Wegher, 2-yard run Daniel Murray, 41-yard field goal Adam Robinson, 13-yard run Daniel Murray, 31-yard field goal Trey Stross, 33-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Marvin McNutt, 41-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Marvin McNutt, 43-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Daniel Murray, 20-yard field goal Tony Moeaki, 34-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi Daniel Murray, 28-yard field goal Daniel Murray, 41-yard field goal Brandon Wegher, 1-yard run Daniel Murray, 40-yard field goal Tony Moeaki, 42-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi

IOWA SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS Category 0-9 10-19 20-29 Iowa-TD 0 0 2 Iowa-FG 2 0 2

50-59 2 2

60-69 1 1

70-79 7 0

80-89 1 0

90-99 0 0

LONGEST DRIVES Plays: 14, Northern Iowa/Arizona (14 plays, 52 yards, 5:43, FG/14 plays, 74 yards, 8:30, TD) Yards: 84, Iowa State (12 plays, 84 yards, 5:15, TD) Time of Possession: 8:30, Arizona (14 plays, 74 yards, 8:30, TD)

20-Yard Plus Offensive Plays
OFFENSIVE PLAYS Yards Type 47 Pass 43 Rush 43 Pass 42 Pass 41 Pass 39 Pass 35 Pass 34 Pass 34 Pass 33 Pass 33 Pass 29 Pass 29 Pass 28 Rush 28 Rush 27 Pass 24 Pass 23 Pass 22 Pass 22 Pass 22 Pass 22 Pass 20 Pass 20 Rush 21 Pass BOLD plays note touchdowns OFFENSIVE PLAYS ANALYSIS Category 20-25 26-30 Run 1 2 Pass 8 3 31-35 0 5 36-40 0 1 41-45 1 2 46-50 0 1 51+ 0 0 Player(s) Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Adam Robinson Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Ricky Stanzi to Tony Moeaki Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Ricky Stanzi to Trey Stross James Vandenberg to Don Nordmann Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Ricky Stanzi to Tony Moeaki Ricky Stanzi to Trey Stross Ricky Stanzi to Trey Stross Ricky Stanzi to Trey Stross Ricky Stanzi to Allen Reisner Paul Chaney, Jr. Brandon Wegher Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Ricky Stanzi to Tony Moeaki Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ricky Stanzi to Adam Robinson Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Ricky Stanzi to Colin Sandeman Paul Chaney Jr. Ricky Stanzi to Keenan Davis

Includes Six Games
Opponent Michigan Arizona Arkansas State Michigan Arkansas State Iowa State Iowa State Arizona Michigan Arkansas State Michigan Northern Iowa Arizona Northern Iowa Penn State Arkansas State Penn State Iowa State Northern Iowa Northern Iowa Penn State Michigan Arizona Arkansas State Arkansas State

20-Yard Plus Special Teams Plays
RETURNS Yards 53 41 38 34 31 27 25 24 24 23 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 Type Punt Block Return Interception Return Interception Return Kickoff Return Interception Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Punt Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Interception Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Kickoff Return Player(s) Adrian Clayborn Tyler Sash Pat Angerer Brandon Wegher Tyler Sash Paul Chaney Jr. Paul Chaney Jr. Paul Chaney, Jr. Adam Robinson Brandon Wegher Paul Chaney Jr. Tyler Sash Paul Chaney Jr. Amari Spievey Amari Spievey Amari Spievey Paul Chaney Jr. Paul Chaney Jr. Colin Sandeman

Includes Six Games
Opponent Penn State Arizona Penn State Michigan Iowa State Penn State Penn State Arizona Michigan Michigan Penn State Iowa State Arkansas State Northern Iowa Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan

BOLD plays note touchdowns RETURNS ANALYSIS Category 20-25 Punt Return 2 Punt Block Return 0 Kickoff Return 10 Interception 1 26-30 0 0 2 0 31-35 0 0 0 1 36-40 0 0 1 0 41-45 0 0 0 1 46-50 0 0 0 0 51+ 0 1 0 0

Miscelleanous Statistics Iowa Big Plays
OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota

Includes Six Games

Rushing 15-19 20-29 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30-39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40+ 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Passing 20-29 30-39 3 0 1 2 2 1 2 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40-49 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

50+ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Special Teams FG BLK XPT BLK 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PUNT BLK 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTALS

8

3

0

1

11

7

4

0

2

0

1

Opponent Big Plays
OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota

Rushing 15-19 20-29 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30-39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40+ 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Passing 20-29 30-39 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

40-49 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50+ 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Special Teams FG BLK XPT 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

PUNT BLK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTALS

2

2

0

1

7

2

0

2

0

0

0

Turnovers Forced
OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota Iowa FUM 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 INT 0 5 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOT 1 6 1 4 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 PTS OFF 0 28 3 16 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 MARGIN -1 +4 Even +2 Even +4 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponent FUM 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

INT 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOT 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS OFF 6 0 7 3 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTALS

7

12

19

64

+9

2

8

10

30

Miscelleanous Statistics Iowa Average Scoring Drives
OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota TOTALS IOWA NO. 3 5 5 3 4 6 PLAYS 9 6 8 6 6 6

Includes Six Games

YARDS 65.0 51.0 53.8 28.7 58.8 45.0

TIME 3:55 3:57 4:06 2:54 3:38 2:54

FOR TD 2 5 3 1 3 3

PLAYS 6.5 6 10 3 5 6

YARDS 71.5 51.0 73.0 24.0 59.7 59.0

TIME 3:01 3:57 4:38 1:13 2:42 3:13

26

6.8

50.4

3:07

17

6.9

55.1 OPPONENTS

3:11

Drive Statistics
OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota TOTALS NO. 13 13 12 11 11 15 3& OUT 3 1 3 2 1 4 PCT. 23.1 7.7 25.0 18.2 9.1 26.7 SCORE 3 5 5 3 4 6 PCT. 23.1 38.5 41.7 27.3 36.4 40.0 TD 2 5 3 1 3 3 PCT. 15.4 38.5 25.0 9.1 27.3 20.0

75

14

18.7

26

34.7

17

22.7

OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota TOTALS OPPONENTS

NO. 12 12 10 11 11 13

3& OUT 5 1 4 3 3 5

PCT. 41.7 8.3 40.0 27.3 27.3 38.5

SCORE 4 1 2 2 2 3

PCT. 33.3 8.3 20.0 18.2 18.2 23.1

TD 1 0 1 1 2 3

PCT. 8.3 0.0 10.0 9.1 18.2 23.1

69

21

30.4

14

20.3

8

11.6

Field Position
IOWA OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota TOTALS NO. OF DRIVES 13 13 12 11 11 15 AVG. START 34 37 31 37 35 40 INSIDE 20 0 2 3 1 1 2 PAST 50 2 4 3 2 3 4

75

36

9

18

OPPONENT UNI Iowa State Arizona Penn State Arkansas State Michigan Wisconsin Michigan State Indiana Northwestern Ohio State Minnesota TOTALS

NO. OF DRIVES 12 12 10 11 11 13

AVG. START 28 23 26 25 26 27

INSIDE 20 4 4 3 2 3 2

PAST 50 1 0 0 0 1 0

69

26

18

2

IOWA YARDS 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-14 15+ TOTAL

3rd Down and...
UNI 1-3 0-4 1-1 1-3 0-1 3-12 ISU AZ 3-3 3-5 2-3 4-6 2-3 1-3 1-2 1-4 0-2 1-1 8-13 10-19 PSU ASU UM 3-5 4-7 3-5 0-1 1-3 2-6 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-4 1-2 2-4 1-2 0-1 1-2 4-14 6-14 8-18 UW MSU IU NU OSU MN TOTAL 17-28 9-23 4-11 6-19 3-9 39-90

OPPONENTS YARDS UNI 1-3 2-4 4-6 0-1 7-9 4-6 10-14 1-2 15+ 0-4 TOTAL 7-17

ISU 2-5 1-1 2-4 0-3 0-2 5-15

AZ 0-3 2-3 0-3 0-2 0-1 2-12

PSU ASU UM 4-6 2-4 2-2 4-6 1-3 1-3 0-1 2-3 0-1 1-5 2-3 0-5 0-1 0-1 0-0 9-19 7-14 3-11

UW

MSU

IU

NU OSU

MN

TOTAL 12-24 9-17 8-18 4-20 0-9 33-88

Drive Charts
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS Northern Iowa
QTR. 1st TIME 15:00 07:34 04:22 00:32 05:40 01:26 14:55 12:27 07:25 04:14 01:34 11:44 04:26

Includes Six Games
OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS Northern Iowa
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd TIME 09:17 06:08 02:02 14:09 04:01 15:00 14:42 09:41 05:42 02:57 13:18 09:04 02:14

2nd 3rd

4th

START IOWA 26 IOWA 31 IOWA 20 IOWA 29 IOWA 28 IOWA 38 UNI 28 IOWA 30 IOWA 37 UNI 49 IOWA 27 IOWA 34 IOWA 29

PLAYS 14-52 3-(-3) 3-(-9) 4-33 4-12 5-14 2-(-5) 6-70 3-8 5-18 7-73 6-34 5-17

TOP 5:43 1:26 2:20 1:23 1:39 1:21 0:13 2:46 1:43 1:17 3:16 2:40 2:12

RESULT FIELD GOAL Fumble Punt Punt Punt Downs Fumble TOUCHDOWN Punt Missed FG TOUCHDOWN Downs Punt

4th

START UNI 20 IOWA 28 UNI 42 UNI 9 UNI 1 UNI 28 UNI 33 UNI 22 UNI 19 UNI 31 UNI 28 UNI 32 UNI 8

PLAYS 5-20 4-6 3-(-9) 15-91 7-24 0-0 5-50 5-(-14) 3-(-12) 3-8 3-5 12-46 11-68

TOP 1:43 1:46 1:30 8:29 2:35 0:05 2:15 2:16 1:28 1:23 1:34 4:38 2:14

RESULT Punt FIELD GOAL Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Fumble FIELD GOAL Punt Punt Punt Punt Punt Blocked FG

Iowa State
QTR. 1st

2nd

3rd 4th

TIME 15:00 12:23 09:00 02:30 14:45 08:48 04:25 01:47 13:13 06:00 02:58 11:04 03:07

START IOWA 21 ISU 34 IOWA 31 ISU 41 IOWA 31 IOWA 20 ISU 24 IOWA 03 ISU 48 IOWA 42 IOWA 35 IOWA 16 IOWA 40

PLAYS 4-23 3-0 5-15 4-41 10-48 5-8 3-24 3-19 8-48 4-58 6-11 12-84 6-49

TOP 1:05 1:02 2:19 0:47 4:52 2:40 1:29 1:47 3:48 1:33 3:45 5:15 3:07

RESULT Interception Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Interception Punt TOUCHDOWN End of Half TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN Punt TOUCHDOWN End of Half

Iowa State
QTR. 1st

2nd 3rd 4th

TIME 13:55 11:21 06:41 01:36 09:53 06:08 02:50 15:00 09:20 04:18 14:13 05:40

START ISU 32 ISU 04 ISU 24 ISU 33 ISU 45 ISU 08 ISU 22 ISU 20 ISU 22 ISU 13 ISU 17 ISU 37

PLAYS 3-0 6-16 11-46 3-(-1) 3-8 4-24 4-38 5-28 8-36 3-7 11-50 5-11

TOP 1:32 2:21 4:08 1:51 1:05 1:43 1:03 1:47 3:20 1:20 3:09 2:33

RESULT Interception Punt FIELD GOAL Punt Punt Interception Interception Fumble Interception Punt Interception Punt

Arizona
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd

Arizona
TIME 15:00 08:32 06:57 12:32 09:55 02:49 13:15 07:56 05:06 00:44 13:10 01:53 START IOWA 25 IOWA 22 IOWA 13 IOWA 18 IOWA 30 IOWA 23 IOWA 20 IOWA 16 AZ 47 AZ 29 IOWA 26 AZ 40 PLAYS 10-75 3-8 13-41 3-(-5) 6-70 4-21 5-18 3-(-4) 7-44 4-6 14-74 4-1 TOP 4:11 1:35 7:05 0:20 3:27 1:50 3:10 1:46 3:19 0:52 8:30 1:51 RESULT TOUCHDOWN Interception Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt Punt FIELD GOAL FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Downs QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd

4th

TIME 10:49 14:52 12:12 06:28 15:00 10:05 06:10 01:47 14:52 04:40

START AZ 43 AZ 12 AZ 37 AZ 19 AZ 27 AZ 20 AZ 34 AZ 19 AZ 29 AZ 37

PLAYS 3-7 4-35 7-60 8-58 3-2 5-23 3-(-8) 2-3 5-16 9-63

TOP 2:17 2:20 2:17 3:39 1:45 2:09 1:04 1:03 1:42 2:47

RESULT Punt Punt FIELD GOAL Downs Punt Punt Punt Interception Punt TOUCHDOWN

4th

Drive Charts
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS Penn State
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Includes Six Games
OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS Penn State
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

TIME 15:00 13:09 00:42 11:40 07:25 03:33 11:19 05:00 09:45 08:15 03:48

START IOWA 31 IOWA 32 IOWA 32 IOWA 42 IOWA 39 IOWA 21 IOWA 24 IOWA 31 PSU 24 IOWA 19 PSU 39

PLAYS 3-8 4-32 7-28 4-20 8-37 11-54 5-25 7-19 3-24 6-12 8-25

TOP 1:34 2:00 2:26 2:09 2:44 3:22 3:51 3:46 1:13 4:09 3:40

RESULT Punt Interception Punt Punt FIELD GOAL Missed FG Punt Interception TOUCHDOWN Punt FIELD GOAL

TIME 13:26 11:09 13:16 09:31 04:35 14:55 07:28 01:14 12:17 08:24 04:06

START PSU 21 PSU 21 PSU 06 PSU 14 PSU 27 PSU 30 PSU 29 PSU 24 PSU 23 PSU 49 PSU 30

PLAYS 1-79 20-68 3 (-6) 3 (-3) 3 (-5) 9-36 7-40 9-29 6-28 1-33 3-0

TOP 0:11 10:17 1:29 2:06 1:02 3:36 2:28 3:53 2:32 0:09 0:18

RESULT TOUCHDOWN FIELD GOAL Safety Punt Punt Interception Missed FG Punt Interception Fumble Interception

Arkansas State
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd TIME 15:00 10:44 05:59 13:09 08:06 13:59 12:07 07:04 03:45 14:41 02:01

4th

START IOWA 28 IOWA 37 IOWA 17 IOWA 20 IOWA 35 ASU 44 ASU 44 IOWA 26 IOWA 20 IOWA 42 ASU 47

PLAYS 5-72 7-63 7-32 6-38 6-20 2-44 5-33 2-0 10-55 8-56 3-1

TOP 2:44 3:49 3:18 3:07 3:23 0:43 2:23 0:52 4:04 4:41 1:51

RESULT TOUCHDOWN TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Missed FG Interception Interception FIELD GOAL Punt

Arkansas State
QTR. 1st 2nd 3rd TIME 12:16 06:55 02:41 10:02 04:43 15:00 13:16 09:44 06:12 10:00 00:10 TIME 09:20 05:55 14:53 12:50 05:49 02:38 15:00 10:45 08:46 14:15 12:56 07:42 01:30

4th

START ASU 12 ASU 27 ASU 20 ASU 20 ASU 11 ASU 20 ASU 35 ASU 20 IOWA 27 ASU 32 ASU 18 START MICH 26 MICH 28 MICH 30 MICH 27 MICH 22 MICH 19 MICH 33 MICH 39 MICH 43 MICH 01 MICH 26 MICH 41 MICH 17

PLAYS 3-6 3-3 9-60 5-11 9-89 2-17 4-9 6-19 6-19 17-68 2-0 PLAYS 3-0 12-72 3-16 5-7 3-4 5-50 3-2 4-20 10-57 3-0 3(-4) 11-59 3-21

TOP 1:32 0:56 4:32 1:56 3:59 1:01 1:09 2:40 2:27 7:59 0:10 TOP 1:45 4:43 1:11 2:41 1:38 1:19 0:58 1:36 4:23 1:09 1:12 4:26 0:44

RESULT Punt Punt Fumble Punt TOUCHDOWN Interception Downs Punt Missed FG TOUCHDOWN End of Half RESULT Interception TOUCHDOWN Fumble Punt Punt Fumble Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt TOUCHDOWN Interception

Michigan
QTR. 1st

Michigan
START IOWA 34 IOWA 43 MICH 19 IOWA 35 MICH 46 IOWA 22 IOWA 35 IOWA 31 IOWA 14 IOWA 15 IOWA 28 MICH 16 MICH 42 IOWA 24 MICH 45 PLAYS 2-1 9-57 4-8 3(-1) 5-22 9-78 3-1 7-33 9-63 3-0 5-22 5-15 1-42 6-13 3 (-1) TOP 0:46 4:54 1:40 1:19 0:52 4:20 1:33 1:19 3:17 0:23 3:32 1:36 0:10 4:02 1:46 RESULT Interception TOUCHDOWN FIELD GOAL Punt FIELD GOAL TOUCHDOWN Punt Missed FG FIELD GOAL Punt Punt Downs TOUCHDOWN Punt Punt QTR. 1st 2nd

2nd

3rd

4th

TIME 15:00 14:14 07:35 01:12 13:42 10:09 04:11 01:19 14:02 09:09 04:23 00:51 13:06 11:44 03:16

3rd 4th

Drive Charts
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS Wisconsin
QTR.

Includes Two Games
OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS Wisconsin
QTR.

TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

Michigan State
QTR. TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

Michigan State
QTR. TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

Indiana
QTR.

TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

Indiana
QTR.

TIME

START

PLAYS

TOP

RESULT

Individual Career Bests
PASSING
Ricky Stanzi Attempts: 38 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Completions: 22 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Yards: 296 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Long: 59 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) TDs: 4 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) James Vandenberg Attempts: 3 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Completions: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 38 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 35 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Keenan Davis Catches: 2, twice (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Yards: 34 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) TD: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 21 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Brad Herman Catches: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 3 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 3 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Catches: 8 at Northwestern (Nov. 3, 2007) Yards: 181 at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2008) TDs: 1, six times (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 59 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) 100-yard Games: 2 (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) Marvin McNutt Catches: 5 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Yards: 121 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) TDs: 2 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Long: 43 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Tony Moeaki Catches: 10 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Yards: 112 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8, 2007) TDs: 3 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8, 2007) Long: 52 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8, 2007) Brett Morse Catches: 2, twice (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 19 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) TD: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 16 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Don Nordmann Catches: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 35 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 35 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Allen Reisner Catches: 3, four times, (last at Penn State, Sept. 26, 2009) Yards: 65 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 13, 2008) TD: 1, twice (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 37 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 13, 2008) Adam Robinson Catches: 3 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Yards: 46 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Long: 22 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Colin Sandeman Catches: 2, twice (last vs. FIU, Sept. 6, 2008) Yards: 31 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) Long: 25 vs. Maine (Aug. 30, 2008) TDs: 2 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) Trey Stross Catches: 6 at Indiana (Oct. 14, 2006) Yards: 91 at Northwestern (Nov. 3, 2007) TDs: 1, six times (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Long: 53 at Northwestern (Nov. 3, 2007) Brandon Wegher Catches: 2, four times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Yards: 21 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 12 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)

DEFENSE
Pat Angerer Tackles: 16 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 18, 2008) Solos: 6, twice (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Asst: 10, twice (last at Penn State, Sept. 26, 2009) Sack: 1 vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1, 2009) FF: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Int: 2 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 18, 2008) TFLs: 1.5, twice (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) PB: 2, twice (last vs. Arizona, Sept. 19, 2009) Christian Ballard Tackles: 6, three times (last vs. UNI, Sept. 5, 2009) Solos: 3, twice (last vs. Purdue, Nov. 15, 2008) Asst: 5, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) TFLs: 2.5 at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007) Sacks: 2.5 at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007) FF: 1 vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1, 2009) PB: 1 at Pitt (Sept. 20, 2008) BLK: 1 FG, vs. N’western (Sept. 27, 2008) Jordan Bernstine Tackles: 2, four times (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) Solos: 1, seven times (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) Asst: 1, four times (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) Int: 1 at Michigan State (Oct. 4, 2008) PB: 1 at Michigan State (Oct. 4, 2008) Broderick Binns Tackles: 9 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Solos: 6 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Asst: 6 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) TFLs: 2.5 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Sacks: 1 at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2008) FF: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) FR: 1, twice (last vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009) PB: 2 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) BLK: 1 FG, vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) David Cato Tackles: 4 at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2008) Asst: 3, twice (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) TFL: 1 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) FF: 1 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008) PB: 1 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) Greg Castillo Tackles: 3 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Asst: 3 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Joe Conklin PB: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Adrian Clayborn Tackles: 8, twice (last vs. N’western, Sept. 27, 2008) Solos: 4 vs. Purdue (Nov. 15, 2008) Asst: 8 vs. N’western (Sept. 27, 2008) TFLs: 2, twice (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Sacks: 2, twice (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) PB: 1, three times (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) FF: 1 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) FR: 1 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) BLK: 1 FG, at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007) 1 Punt (TD) at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Lebron Daniel Tackles: 1 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Asst: 1 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) FR: 1 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008)

RUSHING
Jeff Brinson Attempts: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 7 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long: 7 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Paul Chaney Jr. Attempts: 3 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Yards: 28 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Long: 28 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Jewel Hampton Attempts: 22 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) Yards: 114 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) TDs: 3 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) Long: 22, twice (last vs. Purdue, Nov. 15, 2008) 100-yard Games: 1 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) Brett Morse Attempts: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Yards: 16 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Paki O’Meara Attempts: 9 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Yards: 23 vs. Maine (Aug. 30, 2008) TDs: 1, twice (last vs. FIU, Sept. 6, 2008) Long: 17 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) Adam Robinson Attempts: 19 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Yards: 101 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) TDs: 2 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Long: 43 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) 100-yard Games: 1 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Brandon Wegher Attempts: 17 vs. Arizona (Sept. 20, 2009) Yards: 101 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) TDs: 1, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Long: 28 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) 100-yard Games: 1 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)

RECEIVING
Paul Chaney, Jr. Catches: 4 at Wisconsin (Sept. 22, 2007) Yards: 47 vs. Illinois (Oct. 13, 2007) TD: 1 vs. Michigan State (Oct. 27, 2007) Long: 29 vs. Illinois (Oct. 13, 2007)

Individual Career Bests
Mike Daniels Tackles: 3 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Solos: 2 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Asst: 1, three times (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) TFLs: 1 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Sacks: 1 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Bruce Davis Tackles: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Solos: 2 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) FR: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) A.J. Edds Tackles: 11, twice (last vs. Penn State, Nov. 8, 2008) Solos: 5, twice (last vs. W. Michigan, Nov. 17, 2007) Asst: 10 vs. ISU (Sept. 13, 2008) TFLs: 2 vs. Maine (Aug. 30, 2008) Sack: 1, twice (last vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 18, 2008) Int: 1, three times (last at Penn State, Sept. 26, 2009) FF: 2 vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1, 2009) FR: 1 vs. Michigan State (Oct. 27, 2007) PB: 3 at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007) Chad Geary Tackles: 4, twice (last vs. FIU, Sept. 6, 2008) Solos: 3 at Purdue (Oct. 20, 2007) Asst: 4 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) TFLs: 1, twice (last vs. Mich. State, Oct. 27, 2007) Sacks: 1 vs. Michigan State (Oct. 27, 2007) Brett Greenwood Tackles: 14 vs. Purdue (Nov. 15, 2008) Solos: 7 at Purdue (Oct. 20, 2007) Asst: 10 vs. Penn State (Nov. 8, 2008) TFLs: 1 at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007) Int: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) PB: 2, four times (last at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) Cody Hundertmark Tackles: 1, twice, last at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007) Solos: 1, twice, last at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007) Jeremiha Hunter Tackles: 12, four times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Solos: 4, four times (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Asst: 9, four times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) TFLs: 2 vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1, 2009) PB: 2 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Int: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) FR: 1, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) BLK: 1, FG, vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Micah Hyde Tackles: 1, twice (last vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009) Assists: 1, twice (last vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009) Troy Johnson Tackles: 3, three times (last vs. Michigan, (Oct. 10, 2009) Solos: 2 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) Asst: 3 vs. Maine (Aug. 30, 2008) PB: 1 vs. ISU (Sept. 13, 2008) Karl Klug Tackles: 9 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Solos: 3 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Asst: 7 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) TFLs: 2, twice (last at Penn State, Sept. 26, 2009) Sacks: 2 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) FF: 1, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) FR: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) PB: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) William Lowe Tackles: 6 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Solos: 3 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Asst: 3 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) FF: 1 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) FR: 1 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) PB: 2 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009) Tyler Nielsen Tackles: 4 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008) Solos: 2, twice (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) Asst: 2, twice (last vs. Arizona, Sept. 19, 2009) Shaun Prater Tackles: 5 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Solos: 2 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Asst: 5 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) INT: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) PB: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Chris Rowell Tackles: 1, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Solos: 1 vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009 Asst: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Tyler Sash Tackles: 10, three times (last at ISU, Sept. 12, 2009) Solos: 8 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Asst: 8 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 13, 2008) TFLs: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Int: 3 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) FF: 1, twice (at Iowa State, Sept. 12, 2009) FR: 1 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008) PB: 2, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009) Amari Spievey Tackles: 9 vs. Purdue (Nov. 15, 2008) Solos: 8 at Indiana (Oct. 11, 2008) Asst: 5 vs. FIU (Sept. 6, 2008) TFL: 1 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 18, 2008) Int: 1, four times (last at Minnesota, Nov. 22, 2008) PB: 2, twice (last vs. UNI, Sept. 5, 2009) FF: 1 at Pitt (Sept. 20, 2008) Jack Swanson Tackles: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Solos: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Jeff Tarpinian Tackles: 6 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 10, 2007) Solos: 2, four times (last vs. S. Carolina, Jan. 1, 2009) Asst: 4 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 10, 2007) FF: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) PB: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Jason White Tackles: 1 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Asst: 1, twice (last at Penn State, Sept. 26, 2009) Amari Spievey Returns: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)

KICKOFF RETURNS
Paul Chaney, Jr. Returns: 3, three times (last vs. Arkansas St., Oct. 3, 2009) Yards: 69 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009) Long: 33 vs. Indiana (Sept. 29, 2007) Jewel Hampton Returns: 4 at Mich. State (Oct. 4, 2008) Yards: 116 at Mich. State (Oct. 4, 2008) Long: 52 vs. Purdue (Nov. 15, 2008) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Returns: 3, four times (last at Pitt, Sept. 20, 2008) Yards: 84 at Purdue (Oct. 20, 2007) Long: 65 at Iowa State (Sept. 15, 2007) Paki O’Meara Returns: 2 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Yards: 33 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009) Long: 17, twice (last vs. UNI, Sept. 5, 2009) Adam Robinson Returns: 1 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Yards: 24 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Long: 24 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Amari Spievey Returns: 2 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Yards: 33 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Long: 20, three times (last vs. AZ, Sept. 19, 2009) Brandon Wegher Returns: 2 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Yards: 57 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Long: 34 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)

SPECIALISTS
Trent Mossbrucker Points: 10 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008) FG Attempts: 4 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008) FGs Made: 3 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008) PATs: 7 at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2008) Long FG: 39 at Pitt (Sept. 20, 2008) Daniel Murray Points: 12 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) FG Attempts: 4 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) FGs Made: 3 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) PATs: 5 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009) Long FG: 47 at Wisconsin (Sept. 22, 2007) Ryan Donahue Punts: 11 at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007) Yards: 497 at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007) Avg: 53.0 -- 3 punts, at Mich. State (Oct. 4, 2008) Long: 82 vs. Michigan State (Oct. 27, 2007) I20: 4, three times (last vs. UNI, Sept. 5, 2009)

PUNT RETURNS
Paul Chaney, Jr. Returns: 3 vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009 Yards: 24 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Long: 24 vs. Arizona (Sept. 19, 2009) Colin Sandeman Returns: 4 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Yards: 41 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009) Long: 35 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8, 2007)

Superlatives Under Coach Ferentz
MOST POINTS 1. 62 vs. Northwestern .......................... 11-9-02 2. 59 vs. Northwestern ........................ 11-10-01 3. 57 vs. Akron ...................................... 8-31-02 4. 56 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03 56 vs. Ball State .................................. 9-3-05 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 0 at Minnesota ................................ 11-22-08 0 vs. FIU ............................................. 9-6-08 0 vs. Syracuse .................................... 9-8-07 0 vs. Northern Illinois ........................ 9-18-99 0 vs. Kent State .................................. 9-1-01 0 vs. Ball State .................................... 9-3-05 MOST FIRST DOWNS 1. 30 vs. Kent State ................................ 9-1-01 2. 29 vs. Indiana ................................. 10-23-99 29 vs. Indiana ................................... 9-30-00 4. 28 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03 28 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-19-05 28 at Indiana ................................... 10-11-08 FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALL. 1. 5 vs. Syracuse .................................... 9-8-07 2. 6 at Minnesota ................................ 11-22-08 6 vs. Penn State ............................. 10-23-04 4. 8 vs. Arizona ..................................... 9-19-09 5. 9 vs. Penn State ............................. 10-25-03 6. 11 vs. Purdue .................................... 10-6-01 11 vs. Ohio State ............................ 10-18-03 11 vs. Kent State................................. 9-4-04 11 vs. Montana ................................... 9-2-06 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 60 vs. Kent State ................................ 9-4-04 2. 59 vs. Northwestern ........................ 11-10-01 3. 56 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-16-02 4. 53 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-17-01 5. 51 vs. Penn State ........................... 10-25-03 51 at Indiana ................................... 10-11-08 FEWEST RUSHING ATT., OPP. 1. 17 by Miami (OH)................................ 9-7-02 2. 19 by Kent State ................................. 9-4-05 3. 20 by Texas Tech ............................ 11-29-01 20 by Utah State ............................... 9-21-02 20 by Michigan................................ 10-26-02 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 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALL. 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 (OH) ............................... 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. 46 vs. Purdue.................................... 11-6-04 4. 45 vs. Ohio State ............................ 10-30-99 5. 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. 30 vs. Indiana ................................... 9-30-00 4. 29 vs. Ohio State ............................ 10-30-99 5. 28 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-20-99 FEWEST PASSES ATT., OPP. 1. 13 by Nebraska................................. 9-23-00 13 by Iowa State ............................... 9-11-99 3. 15 by Nebraska................................... 9-4-99 4. 16 by Wisconsin.............................. 11-13-99 5. 17 by Minnesota ............................. 11-13-04 FEWEST PASSES COMP., OPP. 1. 6 by Iowa State ................................. 9-11-99 2. 7 by Syracuse ..................................... 9-8-07 7 by Buffalo ......................................... 9-6-03 4. 9 by Maine ........................................ 8-30-08 9 by Minnesota ............................... 10-23-04 9 by Penn State .............................. 11-13-04 MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 426 vs. Indiana ............................... 10-23-99 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 ALL. 1. 58 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03 2. 73 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-20-04 3. 79 vs. Syracuse .................................. 9-8-07 4. 83 vs. Maine ..................................... 8-30-08 5. 93 vs. Ball State .................................. 9-3-05 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. 552 vs. Indiana ............................... 10-23-99 5. 546 at Minnesota ............................ 11-18-06 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALL. 1. 103 vs. Syracuse ................................ 9-8-07 2. 110 vs. Kent State............................... 9-4-04 3. 134 at Minnesota ............................ 11-22-08 4. 144 vs. Ball State ................................ 9-3-05 144 vs. Montana ................................. 9-2-06 PUNTING AVG. (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 (OH) ............................ 9-7-02 MOST TIME OF POSSESION 1. 41:53 vs. Kent State ........................... 9-4-04 2. 38:27 vs. Michigan .......................... 10-26-02 3. 38:07 at Indiana .............................. 10-11-08 4. 37:56 vs. Arizona .............................. 9-19-09 5. 37:37 at Minnesota ......................... 11-22-08 6. 36:11 vs. Illinois ................................ 11-1-03

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