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IOWA OFFENSE MINNESOTA OFFENSE
WR ....... 15 Johnson-Koulianos, 22 Sandeman WR ....... 6 McKnight, 81 Allen
LT ......... 77 Reiff, 69 Haganman LT ..........58 Olson, 60 Wynn
LG ........ 63 Vandervelde, 73 Ge s LG .........68 Bunders, 60 Wynn
C ......... 53 Ferentz, 59 Boffeli C ...........53 Burris, 60 Wynn
RG ........ 67 Koeppel, 76 MacMillan RG ........78 Orton, 60 Wynn
RT ........ 56 Zusevics, 70 Van Sloten RT .........71 Wills, 60 Wynn
TE ......... 82 Reisner, 39 Herman TE .........85 Lair, 96 Hughes
QB ........ 12 Stanzi, 16 Vandenberg QB ........ 8 Weber, 5 Gray
WR ....... 7 McNu, 6 K. Davis RB .........23 Eskridge, 22 Benne
RB ........ 34 Coker, 38 Rogers FB .........35 Hoese, 44 Coon
FB ......... 36 Morse, 38 Rogers WR ....... 5 Gray, 84 Keise
IOWA DEFENSE MINNESOTA DEFENSE
DE ........ 94 Clayborn, 58 Daniel DE.........49 Garin, 95 Wilhite, 92 Simpson
DT ........ 95 Klug, 54 Bigach NT ........68 Edwards, 65 Jacques
DT ........ 93 Daniels, 87 Nardo DT .........96 Kirskey, 97 Jacobs
DE ........ 46 Ballard, 91 Binns DE.........97 Jacobs, 91 Gregory-McGhee
OLB ...... 48 T. Johnson, 97 Petersen SLB .......26 Rallis, 43 Grant, 57 Hill
MLB ..... 44 Morris, 37 DiBona LB .........51 Tinsley, 55 Henry
WLB ..... 42 Hunter, 37 DiBona WLB ...... 4 Cooper, 8 Reeves
LC ......... 28 Prater, 2 Casllo CB .........14 Henderson, 21 Vereen
SS ......... 9 Sash, 13 Donatell FS ......... 2 Collado, 9 Lewis
FS ......... 30 Greenwood, 49 Miller SS .........27 Theret, 24 Manuel
RC ........ 18 Hyde, 19 Lowery CB .........11 Stoudermire, 5 Johnson
PT ......... 5 Donahue, 6 Guthrie PT .........41 Orseske, 43 Schwerman
PK ........ 96 Meyer, 8 Mossbrucker PK .........37 Ellestad, 43 Schwerman
TIME & PLACE - - 2:37 p.m., Saturday, TCF Bank Stadium (50,805),
Minneapolis, MN. This is Iowa’s first visit to TCF Bank Stadium,
which opened prior to the 2009 season.
TICKETS - - A crowd in excess of 48,000 is expected. Tickets are
available at the Minnesota Athlec cket offi ce.
2010 RANKINGS - - Iowa is ranked 24th in both the Associated
Press and the USA Today Coaches poll. The Hawkeyes were ranked
as high as fih in one pre-season poll (Playboy). Minnesota is not
ranked. Iowa is also 24th in the BCS rankings.
RADIO - - (Originang Network): Learfield Communicaons with
a network of over 40 staons. Gary Dolphin and Ed Podolak will
call the acon along with sideline reporter Rob Brooks. The game
can also be heard on Sirius channel 91 and XM channel 197.
TELEVISION - - The game will be televised to a naonal audience
by the Big Ten Network. The announcers are Eric Collins, Chris
Marn and sideline reporter Charissa Thompson.
2010 RECORDS - - Iowa is 7-4 overall and 4-3 in the Big Ten. Min-
nesota is 2-9 in all games and 1-6 in the league. Iowa beat Eastern
Illinois (37-7), Iowa State (35-7), Ball State (45-0), Penn State (24-
3), Michigan (38-28), Michigan State (37-6) and Indiana (18-13)
and lost at Arizona (34-27), to Wisconsin (31-30), at Northwestern
(21-17) and to Ohio State (20-17).
Minnesota posted wins at Middle Tennessee State and at Illi-
nois and losses to South Dakota, Southern Cal, Northern Illinois,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, Purdue, Penn State, Ohio State and
Michigan State.
THE SERIES - - This is the 104th game in the series and Minnesota
leads 59-42-2. Iowa has won the last three and eight of the last
nine in the series. That includes last year’s 12-0 win in Iowa City.
Iowa won the last meeng in Minneapolis (55-0) in 2008. Minne-
sota’s last win in the series (34-24) came in 2006 at Minneapolis.
The Gophers lead the series in games played at Minneapolis by
a 36-15-1 margin.
COACHING RECORDS - - Kirk Ferentz is in his 15th year as a
college head coach and his 12th year as Iowa’s head coach. His
career record is 100-80 and he is 88-59 at Iowa. He is 35-17 in
non-conference games at Iowa. Jeff Horton was named interim
head coach on Oct. 17th. He began the year as Minnesota’s co-
offensive coordinator. The Gophers are 1-3 under Horton. Horton
is in his first year at Minnesota. He has experience in the NFL and
has been a head coach at UNLV (1994-98) and Nevada (1993). He
has a career record of 21-51. Minnesota was 1-6 this year under
previous head coach Tim Brewster.
NEXT GAME - - Iowa will play in a yet to be determined bowl
game.
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Offense
Pos. ..........No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (High School)
SE ............... 15 *** Derrell Johnson-Koulianos 6-1 200 Sr. Campbell, OH (Cardinal Mooney)
22 *** Colin Sandeman ^ 6-1 200 Sr. Beendorf, IA (HS)
LT ............... 77 * Riley Reiff 6-6 300 So. Parkson, SD (HS)
69 Kyle Haganman 6-5 285 Sr. Osage, IA (HS)
LG .............. 63 *** Julian Vandervelde 6-3 300 Sr. Davenport, IA (Central)
73 Adam Ge s 6-4 280 Jr. Frankfort, IL (Lincoln Way East)
C ................ 53 James Ferentz 6-2 275 So. Iowa City, IA (City)
59 Conor Boffeli 6-5 285 #Fr. West Des Moines, IA (Valley)
RG .............. 67 ** Josh Koeppel 6-2 273 Sr. Iowa City, IA (City)
76 Nolan MacMillan 6-6 288 #Fr. Toronto, Ontario (Hun, NJ)
RT............... 56 * Markus Zusevics 6-5 295 Jr. Arlington Heights, IL (Prospect)
70 Bre Van Sloten 6-7 290 #Fr. Decorah, IA (HS)
TE ............... 82 *** Allen Reisner ^ 6-3 248 Sr. Marion, IA (HS)
39 ** Brad Herman ^ 6-5 247 Jr. Metamora, IL (HS)
QB .............. 12 ** Ricky Stanzi 6-4 230 Sr. Mentor, OH (Lake Catholic)
16 * James Vandenberg 6-3 212 So. Keokuk, IA (HS)
WR ............... 7 * Marvin McNu, Jr. 6-4 215 Jr. St. Louis, MO (Hazelwood Central)
6 * Keenan Davis ^ 6-3 215 So. Cedar Rapids, IA (Washington)
RB .............. 34 Marcus Coker ^ 6-0 230 Fr. Beltsville, MD (Dematha Catholic)
38 Brad Rogers 5-10 215 #Fr. Toledo, OH (Central Catholic)
FB ............... 36 *** Bre Morse 6-3 238 Sr. Willowbrook, IL (Hinsdale Central)
38 Brad Rogers 5-10 215 #Fr. Toledo, OH (Central Catholic)
PK .............. 96 Mike Meyer ^ 6-2 175 Fr. Dubuque, IA (Wahlert)
8 * Trent Mossbrucker 6-0 204 So. Mooresville, IN (HS)
Defense
Pos. ..........No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (High School)
DE .............. 94 *** Adrian Clayborn 6-4 285 Sr. St. Louis, MO (Webster Groves)
58 ** Lebron Daniel 6-2 250 Jr. Cleveland, OH (Glenville)
DT .............. 95 ** Karl Klug 6-4 270 Sr. Caledonia, MN (HS)
54 Steve Bigach 6-3 272 So. Cleveland, OH (St. Ignaus)
DT .............. 93 * Mike Daniels 6-1 275 Jr. Blackwood, NJ (Highland Regional)
87 Thomas Nardo 6-3 277 Jr. Lancaster, PA (Catholic)
DE .............. 46 *** Chrisan Ballard ^ 6-5 297 Sr. Lawrence, KS (Free State)
91 ** Broderick Binns 6-2 261 Jr. St. Paul, MN (Cren-Derham Hall)
OLB ............ 48 *** Troy Johnson 6-2 235 Sr. Lakeland, FL (HS)
97 * Ross Petersen 6-3 236 Sr. Durant, IA (HS)
MLB ........... 44 James Morris ^ 6-2 215 Fr. Solon, IA (HS)
37 Shane DiBona 6-2 230 #Fr. Duxbury, MA (HS)
WLB ........... 42 *** Jeremiha Hunter 6-2 235 Sr. York, PA (Harrisburg Science & Tech)
37 Shane DiBona 6-2 230 #Fr. Duxbury, MA (HS)
LC ............... 28 ** Shaun Prater ^ 5-11 180 Jr. Omaha, NE (Central)
2 * Greg Casllo 5-11 180 So. Mount Laurel, NJ (St. Joseph’s Prep, PA)
SS ................. 9 ** Tyler Sash 6-1 210 Jr. Oskaloosa, IA (HS)
13 Tom Donatell 6-2 205 Jr. Atlanta, GA (Peachtree Ridge)
FS ............... 30 *** Bre Greenwood 6-0 200 Sr. Beendorf, IA (Pleasant Valley)
49 Tanner Miller ^ 6-2 195 Fr. Kalona, IA (Mid-Prairie)
RC .............. 18 * Micah Hyde ^ 6-1 185 So. Fostoria, OH (HS)
19 B.J. Lowery ^ 5-11 180 Fr. Cincinna, OH (Hughes)
PT ................. 5 *** Ryan Donahue 6-3 190 Sr. Evergreen Park, IL (St. Rita)
6 Eric Guthrie 6-6 245 Jr. Nevada, IA (HS)
Punt Returns: 26 Paul Chaney Jr. Kickoff Returns: 15 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 6 Keenan Davis
7 Marvin McNu, Jr. 26 Paul Chaney Jr.
Deep Snaps: 65 Andrew Schulze, 61 Casey Kreiter Holder: 5 Ryan Donahue
* - - Leers won ^ - - Redshirt year sll available # - - Indicates redshirt freshman
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HAWKEYES CLOSE REGULAR SEASON
Iowa (7-4, 4-3) travels to Minnesota (2-9, 1-6) Saturday in the final regular sea-
son game of the season. Kickoff is 2:37 p.m. CT in TCF Bank Stadium (50,805).
Tickets are available through the Minnesota athletic ticket office.
ON THE TUBE
The Big Ten Network (HD) will televise the contest. Eric Collins, Chris Martin
and Charissa Thompson 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 91 and XM channel 197.
IN THE RANKINGS
Iowa is 24th in the Associated Press rankings and the USA Today coaches poll.
The Hawkeyes are also 24th in the BCS rankings.
Around the Big Ten, Wisconsin is ranked 5/5 (AP/Coaches), Ohio State is 8/7
and Michigan State is 11/10. Penn State, Michigan and Northwestern are receiving
votes. Non-conference opponent Arizona is ranked 20/20.
IOWA IN THE BCS RANKINGS
Iowa is 24th in the BCS rankings. Iowa was ranked in each of the eight BCS
rankings in 2009, including an all-time high of fourth on Oct. 26 and Nov. 2. Iowa
ended last season ranked 10th in the Dec. 6 final poll.
Iowa was also ranked in the BCS top 25 seven weeks in 2004 and eight weeks in
both 2002 and 2003. Iowa was ranked once during the 2006 season. Prior to this
season, Iowa appeared in the BCS top 25 on 32 occasions.
The BCS rankings are a combination of the Harris Interactive poll, the USA Today
coaches’ poll and computer rankings. Iowa is 23rd in the computer rankings, 24th
in the coaches’ poll and 24th in the Harris poll.
FLOYD OF ROSEDALE
As a result of a bet between the governors of the two states in 1935, possession
of Floyd of Rosedale is at stake Saturday. The bronze pig traveling trophy is cur-
rently in the hands of the Hawkeyes as a result of their 12-0 triumph in Kinnick
Stadium last season. Minnesota holds a 39-34-2 advantage in the series with Floyd
of Rosedale on the line. Iowa has won eight of the last nine meetings.
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Iowa Hawkeyes
Schedule/Results
9/4 Eastern Illinois W, 37-7
9/11 Iowa State W, 35-7
9/18 at #18 Arizona L, 34-27
9/25 Ball State W, 45-0
10/2 #20 Penn State* W, 24-3
10/16 at #24 Michigan* W, 38-28
10/23 #10 Wisconsin* L, 31-30
10/30 #5 Michigan State* W, 37-6
11/6 at Indiana* W, 18-13
11/13 at Northwestern* L, 21-17
11/20 #7 Ohio State* L, 20-17
11/27 at Minnesota* 2:37 p.m., BTN
Times listed are central; *Big Ten Conference game
Minnesota Golden Gophers
Schedule/Results
9/2 at Middle Tennessee W, 24-17
9/11 South Dakota L, 41-38
9/16 #18 Southern Cal L, 32-21
9/25 Northern Illinois L, 34-23
10/2 Northwestern* L, 29-28
10/9 at Wisconsin* L, 41-23
10/16 at Purdue* L, 28-17
10/23 Penn Statte* L, 33-21
10/30 #10 Ohio State* L, 52-10
11/16 at #16 Michigan State* L, 31-8
11/13 at Illinois* W, 38-34
11/27 #24 Iowa* 2:37 p.m., BTN

Times listed are central; *Big Ten Conference game
Date: Nov. 27, 2010 Time: 2:37 p.m. Site: Minneapolis, MN
Stadium: TCF Bank Stadium Capacity: 50,805 Surface: Field Turf
TV: Big Ten Network (HD) Announcers: Eric Collins, Chris Martin and Charissa Thompson
In the Rankings: Iowa (24 BCS/24 AP/24 coaches)
Hawkeye Radio Network: Gary Dolphin-Play-By-Play; Ed Podolak-Analyst; Rob Brooks-Sideline
Satellite Radio: Sirius Ch. 91 and XM Ch. 197
Internet: Iowa radio broadcast available on hawkeyesports.com (subscription service)
Series History: Minnesota leads, 59-42-2 Live Stats: hawkeyesports.com
Minnesota
2-9, 1-6
vs.
Iowa
7-4, 4-3
Game 12
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HAWKEYE HUDDLE IN MINNEAPOLIS
The National I-Club and the UI Alumni Association are sponsoring a “Hawkeye
Huddle” Friday, Nov. 26 prior to the Iowa at Minnesota game the following day.
The Huddle will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center,
30 South Seventh St., Minneapolis.
Admission to the Hawkeye Huddle is free and includes cash refreshments, snacks,
Hawk Shop door prizes, Hawkeye D.J., cheerleaders and Herky. Fans can visit
www.hawkeyesports.com/iclub for additional information.
ON THIS DATE
Iowa has posted a 1-1 record when playing on Nov. 27. Iowa defeated Iowa
Wesleyan 91-0 in 1890 and lost at Illinois 80-0 in 1902.

HAWKEYE HISTORY
Iowa has played 1,140 games since beginning football in 1889. Iowa’s overall
record is 586-515-39 (.531). That includes a 370-201-16 (.644) record in home
games, a 216-314-23 (.411) record in games away from Iowa City, a 289-347-25
(.456) mark in Big Ten games and a 253-165-15 (.602) record in Kinnick Stadium.
LIVE BLOGGING FROM MINNESOTA
Hawkeye fans not able to attend the Minnesota game can log on to 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.
Iowa 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.
IOWA VS. RANKED OPPONENTS
With the 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State (10/30/10), Iowa has recorded
a victory over a top-five ranked team in each of the last three seasons. Iowa defeated
fourth-ranked Penn State (21-10) on the road in 2009 and defeated the third-ranked
Nittany Lions (24-23) in Kinnick Stadium in 2008.
Iowa has defeated three ranked teams this season, including Penn State (#20),
Michigan (#24) and Michigan State (#5). Three of Iowa’s losses have been at the
hands of ranked teams (#18 Arizona, #10 Wisconsin, #7 Ohio State) and North-
western moved into the rankings after defeating Iowa. The three wins over ranked
teams are the most for Iowa since posting a 3-1 record vs. ranked opponents in 2004.
Iowa has played six ranked teams this season, matching the most the Hawkeyes
have faced in a single season under coach Kirk Ferentz. Iowa also played six
ranked teams in 1999 and 2003. Three of the six ranked opponents were ranked
in the top 10. Iowa lost to No. 10 Wisconsin (31-30), defeated No. 5 Michigan
State (37-6) and lost to No. 7 Ohio State (20-17), all in Kinnick Stadium. Last
season, Iowa defeated No. 4 Penn State and No. 9 Georgia Tech, while losing at
No. 8 Ohio State in overtime.
FERENTZ ON BOBBY DODD WATCH LIST
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz is one of seven coaches on the official Watch List for
the 2010 Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award.
Ferentz is in his 12th year with the Hawkeyes and has guided the 2010 squad to
a 7-4 record and is 24th in this week’s rankings. He has a career record of 100-80.
Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year three times (2002, 04, 09)
and was National Coach of the Year in 2002.
The Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award was first given in 1976 when it went
to Georgia’s Vince Dooley. Iowa’s head coach has never won the award.

THREE HAWKEYES EARN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT HONORS
Three members of the Iowa football program were named to the ESPN Academic
All-District Seven first team. Those players are senior OL Julian Vandervelde, senior
LB Jeff Tarpinian and junior LB Tyler Nielsen. Each of the three Hawkeye players
now have their name on the national ballot for ESPN Academic All-America honors.
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Mailing Address
Carver-Hawkeye Arena, One Elliott Dr.,
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Associate .................................................. Steve Roe
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Weekly Football Press Conference
Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz holds his weekly press
conferences every Tuesday throughout the season.
The press conferences are held in the auditorium of
the Hayden Fry Football Complex. Coach Ferentz ad-
dresses 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, via e-mail, by 10:30 a.m. CT
each Sunday. True freshmen are not available for
interviews.
Media can access video highlights of Ferentz’s weekly
press conference, plus player clips and highlights via
satellite. The time is from 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. (CT). The
satellite feed is available on AMC 3, Transponder 3,
C-Band Analog.
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.
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 Jim Tressel, Ohio State
11:10 Rich Rodriguez, Michigan
11:20 Bill Lynch, Indiana
11:30 Mark Dantonio, Mich. State
11:40 Kirk Ferentz, Iowa
11:50 Bret Bielema, Wisconsin
Noon Ron Zook, Illinois
12:10 Danny Hope, Purdue
12:20 Joe Paterno, Penn State
12:30 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
12:40 Jeff Horton, Minnesota
12:50 Player(s) of the Week, if available
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Vandervelde is a native of Davenport who has earned all-District recognition for
the third straight season. He was a first team selection in 2008 and earned second
team honors last season. He carries a 3.46 GPA and is majoring in English and
religious studies.
Vandervelde has started all 11 games for the Hawkeyes, who are ranked 24th
in both major polls. He has started 35 games throughout his career, including 16
straight. He has earned academic all-Big Ten recognition in each of the past three
seasons.
Tarpinian is a native of Omaha, Neb. He is majoring in accounting and has a
3.58 GPA. He has also earned academic all-Big Ten honors in each of the past
three seasons.
Tarpinian has been hampered by injuries in 2010, but has started four games.
He returned to limited action in Iowa’s 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State
after missing two games, and started at outside linebacker at Northwestern. He
did not play against Ohio State and is not expected to see action at Minnesota. He
has 44 tackles, including 2.5 QB sacks. His forced fumble led to a touchdown
against Arizona.
Nielsen, a native of Humboldt, holds a 3.56 GPA and is a management major.
He has earned academic all-Big Ten recognition in each of the past two seasons.
Nielsen started eight games at outside linebacker for the nationally-ranked
Hawkeyes. He totaled 42 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for loss, and has four pass
break-ups. He had an interception in Iowa’s 35-7 win over Iowa State. He was
injured in Iowa’s win over Michigan State and will miss the remainder of the season.
Under Coach Kirk Ferentz the last 12 seasons, 17 Iowa football student-athletes
have combined to earn academic all-District and all-America recognition on 31
occasions.
STANZI IS UNITAS FINALIST
Senior quarterback Ricky Stanzi is one of five finalists for the Johnny Unitas
Golden Arm Award, which goes to the top senior quarterback in the nation. Oth-
ers finalists include Andy Dalton (TCU), Colin Kaerpernick (Nevada), Christian
Ponder (Florida State) and Scott Tolzien (Wisconsin).
Stanzi leads the Big Ten and ranks sixth in the nation in pass efficiency (163.17).
He has completed 200-302 attempts for 2,677 yards and 23 touchdowns, with just
four interceptions. The 23 touchdowns are third best for a single season at Iowa,
the 200 completions are eighth best and the 2,677 yards is seventh best.
In career statistics, Stanzi is fourth in completions (521) and attempts (864) and
third in yards (7,050) and touchdowns (54).
Stanzi is also one of 16 semifinalists for the 2010 Davey O’Brien National Quar-
terback Award and one of 16 semifinal candidates for the Maxwell Award. Stanzi
was a semifinal candidate for the O’Brien Award in 2009 as well.
CLAYBORN IS LOMBARDI FINALIST
Senior DE Adrian Clayborn is one of four finalists for the Rotary Lombardi
Award. He is also a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award. The 41st Lom-
bardi Award will be presented at the Rotary Lombardi Award Presentation Dec. 8
in Houston, Texas.
Clayborn has started 35 games in his Hawkeye career, including the last 28 straight.
In 11 games this season he has collected 49 tackles, including seven tackles for
loss and 3.5 quarterback sacks. He also has six QB pressures and blocked a field
goal attempt in Iowa’s 38-28 win at Michigan. He had seven tackles and a pass
break-up in Iowa’s most recent outing against seventh-ranked Ohio State.
Clayborn collected 10 tackles in Iowa’s win over Penn State, earning recognition
as the Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week. He also had a quarterback
sack for minus 15 yards and three tackles for loss against the Nittany Lions. He
added five tackles and the seventh forced fumble of his career against Wisconsin.
Clayborn was named to preseason Watch Lists for the Walter Camp Player of the
Year Award, the Ted Hendricks Award, the Chuck Bednarik Award and the Bronko
Nagurski Award. He was a preseason first team all-America selection by Sports
Illustrated, Sporting News and Playboy magazines.
Big Ten Standings
Team Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct.
Michigan State 6-1 .857 10-1 .909
Wisconsin 6-1 .857 10-1 .909
Ohio State 6-1 .857 10-1 .909
IOWA 4-3 .571 7-4 .636
Penn State 4-3 .571 7-4 .636
Illinois 4-4 .500 6-5 .545
Michigan 3-4 .429 7-4 .636
Northwestern 3-4 .429 7-4 .636
Purdue 2-5 .286 4-7 .364
Minnesota 1-6 .143 2-9 .182
Indiana 0-7 .000 4-7 .364
This Week in the Big Ten
Iowa at Minnesota (2:37 p.m., BTN)
Michigan at Ohio State (11 a.m., ABC)
Michigan State at Penn State (11 a.m., ESPN/ESPN2)
Indiana at Purdue (11 a.m., BTN)
Northwestern at Wisconsin (2:30 p.m., ABC)
Dec. 3: Illinois at Fresno State
Times listed are Central Time
Iowa Non-Conference Opponents
Team Record-Next Game
Eastern Illinois 2-9, season complete
Iowa State 5-7, season complete
Arizona 7-3, at Oregon
Ball State 4-8, season complete
Hawkeyes in the Polls
Date A C H B Result
Pre. 9 10 - - - - - - W, 37-7
9/6 9 9 - - - - - - W, 35-7
9/13 9 10 - - - - - - L, 27-34
9/20 18 18 - - - - - - W, 45-0
9/27 17 18 - - - - - - W, 24-3
10/4 15 15 - - - - - - open
10/11 15 14 - - - - - - W, 38-28
10/18 13 12 12 15 L, 30-31
10/25 18 19 17 18 W, 37-6
11/1 15 16 14 16 W, 18-13
11/8 13 13 12 13 L, 17-21
11/15 21 20 19 20 L, 20-17
11/22 24 24 24 24
11/29 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
12/06 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
A=Associated Press; C=Coaches; H=Harris; B=BCS
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HAWKEYES ON SEMIFINAL LISTS
Senior TE Allen Reisner, senior P Ryan Donahue and junior DB Tyler Sash are
also on reduced lists for national honors at their respective positions.
Reisner was one of eight semifinal candidates for the 2010 John Mackey Award
(He is not one of the three finalists). The award goes annually to the nation’s best
collegiate tight end. Reisner has started every game this year. He has 37 receptions
for 385 yards (10.4 average) and two touchdowns, including six receptions for
66 yards at Northwestern. Former Iowa tight end Dallas Clark won the Mackey
Award in 2002.
Sash is one of 10 semifinalists for the Jim Thorpe Award, which goes annually to
the top collegiate defensive back. He currently ranks fifth in career interceptions
(13). Sash is the Iowa record holder and ranks fourth all-time in Big Ten history
with 392 interception yards. He currently ranks third in tackles with 66 stops in
11 games.
Donahue is a Ray Guy Award semifinalist for the second time in his career, join-
ing nine other punters on the list. Donahue holds a 44.3 yard average on 47 punts,
while opponents have averaged just 4.2 yards on 18 returns. He has booted five
of the 14 longest punts in school history, while averaging over 40 yards per punt
in each of his four seasons. He had a 73-yard punt at Northwestern, which ties as
10th longest in school history.
FERENTZ NAMED COACH OF THE YEAR
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz was named the Dave McClain Big Ten Conference
Coach of the Year for the third time in 2009. Ferentz was a finalist for the Liberty
Mutual national Coach of the Year award and was one of 15 semi-finalists for the
George Munger Award, presented by the Maxwell Football Club to the College
Coach of the Year. The American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) named
Ferentz its 2009 Region Three Coach of the Year.
Ferentz was also the league Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2004. He was the
Associated Press and Walter Camp National Coach of the Year in 2002.
Ferentz has led 10 straight Iowa teams to bowl eligibility and the Hawkeyes have
finished in the Big Ten’s first division eight of the past nine seasons.
COACHING RECOGNITION
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year three times
(2002, 2004 & 2009) and he was named National Coach of the Year in 2002.
Ferentz joins Michigan’s Bo Schembechler (four) and Iowa’s Hayden Fry (three)
and Penn State’s Joe Paterno (three) as the only coaches to be honored in more
than two seasons.
MINNESOTA COACH JEFF HORTON
Co-offensive coordinator Jeff Horton was named Minnesota’s interim head coach,
effective Oct. 17, for the remainder of the 2010 season. Minnesota is 1-3 under
Horton’s direction.
Horton is in his first season at Minnesota and is the only member of the Gopher
coaching staff with head coaching experience. Horton joined the Minnesota staff
after spending four seasons coaching in the National Football League. He coached
with the Detroit Lions (2009) and St. Louis Rams (2006-08).
Prior to his stint in the NFL, Horton spent 22 years in collegiate football, including
six years as a head coach. He was the head coach at Nevada (1993) and Nevada-
Las Vegas (1994-98). He was the quarterbacks coach at Wisconsin from 1999-
2005. He was the wide receiver coach at Nevada in 1992. He served as assistant
head coach at UNLV from 1990-91 and was an assistant at Nevada from 1985-89.
His first collegiate coaching job was as a graduate assistant at Minnesota in 1984.
Horton took over after Tim Brewster was relieved of his duties as Minnesota’s
head coach. Brewster took over at Minnesota in January, 2007. He posted a 15-30
record with the Gophers, including a 6-21 Big Ten record.
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Pronunciation Guide
Head Coach Kirk Ferentz ........................... FAIR-ints
Assistant Coach Rick Kaczenski ............. kuh-ZIN-ski
Jordan Bernsne ..................................BURN-steen
Steve Bigach ................................................ BIG-ack
Broderick Binns ................................................ BINS
Conor Boffeli ........................................... BO-fell-ee
Greg Casllo ...........................................kas-TEE-oh
Shane DiBona .................................... duh-BONE-uh
Tom Donatell ........................................ DON-uh-tell
Andrew Donnal ........................................ duh-NELL
James Ferentz ........................................... FAIR-ints
C.J. Fiedorowicz ............................ feh-DOR-uh-wits
Joe Gaglione .......................................GAG-lee-own
Jonathan Gimm .................................................GIM
Jusn Greiner ...............................................GRY-nir
Micah Hyde ................................................. MY-kuh
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos...... dir-RELL KOU-lee-ah-nos
Chrisan Kirksey ........................................ KIRK-see
Karl Klug .......................................................KLOU-g
Charlie Knipper ..................................... kuh-NIPP-ir
Josh Koeppel ............................................... KEP-uhl
Nick Kuchel ............................................ KOOCH-uhl
Kevonte Marn-Manley ...................... KEY-von-tay
Trent Mossbrucker .............................MOSS-bruk-ir
Paki O’Meara.............................................. PAH-kee
Woody Orne ..................................................... ORN
Jim Poggi .....................................................POE-jee
Shaun Prater ...............................................PRAY-r
Riley Reiff .........................................................REEF
Allen Reisner ............................................... RISE-nir
Colin Sandeman .......................................... CAH-lin
Brandon Scherff ............................................ SHERF
Ricky Stanzi .............................................. STAN-zee
Jeff Tarpinian ..................................... tar-PIN-ee-un
Louis Trinca-Pasat ....................... TRIN-kuh puh-sot
Bre Van Sloten ................................ van-SLOW-n
Ausn Vier ....................................................... VEER
John Wienke.............................................. WINK-ee
Marcus Zusevics ............................... ZOOZ-uh-vicks
Comparing the Stats
IOWA MINN
Record 7-4, 4-3 2-9, 1-6
Scoring Avg. 29.5 22.8
Scoring Defense 15.5 33.8
Rushing Yards 146.6 127.9
Passing Yards 247.5 231.5
Total Offense 394.1 359.5
Rushing Defense 93.3 200.5
Passing Defense 217.9 207.5
Total Defense 311.2 408.0
Punt Return Avg. 9.4 8.2
KO Return Avg. 23.2 22.8
Turnover Margin +1.27 +0.09
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HAWKEYES EARN WEEKLY HONORS
Several Iowa players have earned weekly honors this season:
• Freshman Mike Meyer was named Big Ten Conference
Special Teams Player of the Week after connecting on 4-5
field goal attempts in Iowa’s 18-13 win at Indiana. He
connected from 23, 27, 27 and 42 yards in the win. The
42-yard kick is the longest of his career. He shared the
national honor of Kickoff Performer of the Week when
all four of his kicks were touchbacks at Northwestern.
He earned honorable mention recognition for his play in
Iowa’s 35-7 win over Iowa State, averaging 68.3 yards on
six kicks, with three touchbacks.
• Senior punter Ryan Donahue was named national Punter
of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards
after averaging 60.5 yards on two punts vs. Wisconsin.
He earned honorable mention recognition after averaging
42.9 yards on seven punts at Northwestern.
• Junior DB Shaun Prater was named Big Ten Defensive
Player of the Week following Iowa’s 37-6 win over fifth-
ranked Michigan State. Prater collected a career-high 10
tackles and had an interception and 42 yard return vs. the
Spartans. Iowa held MSU to 31 net rushing yards and one
touchdown. The Big Ten honor is the first for Prater.
• Senior QB Ricky Stanzi was named Big Ten Offensive
Player of the Week following Iowa’s 38-28 win at Michi-
gan. Stanzi completed 17-24 passes for 248 yards and
three touchdowns, with no interceptions.
• Senior DE Adrian Clayborn was named Big Ten Defensive
Player of the Week following Iowa’s 24-3 win over Penn
State Oct. 2. Clayborn collected 10 tackles in the win,
including a quarterback sack for minus 15 yards and three
tackles for loss. Iowa held Penn State to 54 net rushing
yards and just three points. The Big Ten honor is the third
for Clayborn. He earned the recognition for special teams
in Iowa’s 2009 win at Penn State and he was defensive
Player of the Week in Iowa’s 2009 win at Michigan State.
Clayborn earned honorable mention recognition for his
position from the College Football Performance Awards
for his play against Penn State as well.
• Junior DL Mike Daniels was named Big Ten Conference
co-Defensive Player of the Week for his play in Iowa’s
45-0 win over Ball State. Daniels recorded career bests
in tackles and tackles for loss in Iowa’s shutout victory
over Ball State. Daniels had four solo tackles and two
assists, including four tackles for loss (-20) and one QB
sack (-7). The Hawkeye defense held Ball State to just
112 yards total offense (56 rushing, 56 passing). The Big
Ten Player of the Week honor is the first for Daniels, who
was also named national defensive Performer of the Week
by the College Football Performance Awards.
• Senior RB Paki O’Meara was named Big Ten Conference
Special Teams Player of the Week for his play in Iowa’s
37-7 win over Eastern Illinois. O’Meara blocked an
Eastern Illinois punt in the first period and returned the
block for a 42-yard touchdown. His score gave Iowa a
21-0 advantage. He also had four rushing attempts for 34
yards in the second half in earning his first Big Ten Player
of the Week honor.
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Head Coach Kirk Ferentz
Kirk Ferentz (pronounced FAIR-rintz,
rhymes with parents) is in his 12th
season as head football coach at the
University of Iowa. His latest contract
extension runs through the 2020 season.
Ferentz was named the 2009 Dave Mc-
Clain Big Ten Conference Coach of the
Year. He was one of 15 semi-finalists
for the 2009 George Munger Award,
presented by the Maxwell Football Club
to the College Coach of the Year. He
was the 2009 AFCA Region Three Coach of the Year and was
one of 10 finalists for the Liberty Mutual national Coach of
the Year. He is one of seven candidates for the 2010 Bobby
Dodd Coach of the Year Award.
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 2002, 2004 and 2009.
Ferentz guided Iowa to Big Ten titles in 2002 and 2004.
Iowa has made two BCS bowl appearances, including a 24-
14 win in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl. Iowa has played in six
January bowl games and has four January bowl victories (2004
Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2009 Outback Bowl
and 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl). Iowa has posted an 84-39
(.683) overall mark and a 50-28 (.642) Big Ten record the last
nine plus seasons. Ferentz has guided the Hawkeyes to eight
first division finishes, including a second-place finish in 2009.
The Hawkeyes are bowl eligible for the 10th straight season.
Ferentz, at Iowa, holds an overall record of 88-59 (.599) and
a 53-42 (.565) mark in Big Ten games. In his 15th season as a
college head coach, he holds a career mark of 100-80 (.556).
Fifty-five of Iowa’s 147 games under Ferentz have been
decided by seven points or less (25-30) and 45 were played
against opponents who were ranked in the top 25 at the time
(19-26).
Ferentz joined the Iowa staff after serving as assistant head
coach and offensive line coach of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens.
He was part of the Baltimore (Cleveland Browns prior to the
move) staff for six years.
Ferentz was named head coach of the Maine Bears in 1990
and held that position for three years. Ferentz was a member
of Hayden Fry’s Iowa staff for nine years as offensive line
coach (1981-89). He coordinated Iowa’s running game during
his first coaching stint at Iowa. Iowa appeared in eight bowl
games during the time Ferentz was an Iowa assistant.
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.
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• Senior QB Ricky Stanzi earned honorable mention recognition from the College
Football Performance Awards for his play against Ball State, Michigan, Wiscon-
sin and Michigan State. He had three touchdown passes and no interceptions
in each of the four games.
• Senior WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos earned honorable mention recognition
from the College Football Performance Award for his play in Iowa’s 38-28 win
over Michigan. He had four receptions for 70 yards and three touchdowns.
Johnson-Koulianos became Iowa’s career leader in receiving yards in the Iowa
win.
• Junior DB Shaun Prater earned honorable mention recognition from the College
Football Performance Awards for his defensive backfield play in Iowa’s 24-3 win
over Penn State. Prater collected Iowa’s only turnover vs. Penn State, returning
his interception in the closing minutes 33 yards for his first career touchdown.
He also collected four tackles. He also earned honorable mention recognition
for his efforts in Iowa’s 37-6 win over Michigan State (10 tackles, one intercep-
tion).
• Sophomore RB Adam Robinson earned honorable mention recognition from the
College Football Performance Award for his play in Iowa’s 35-7 win over Iowa
State. Robinson rushed for a career-best 156 yards on 14 carries and scored
on a 39-yard run. Robinson also had a 75-yard run to set up another Hawkeye
touchdown and surpassed 1,000 career rushing yards.
• Senior TE Allen Reisner earned honorable mention recognition from the College
Football Performance Award for his play in Iowa’s 35-7 win over Iowa State
and the 21-17 loss at Northwestern. Reisner had three receptions for 66 yards
and a touchdown vs. Iowa State. His two-yard scoring reception gave Iowa a
21-0 advantage in the second period and his 55-yard catch, the longest of his
career, led to Iowa’s final score. He added 66 receiving yards on six receptions
at Northwestern.
• Sophomore DB Micah Hyde earned honorable mention recognition from the
College Football Performance Awards for his defensive backfield play in Iowa’s
37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State. Hyde had five tackles and a 66-yard
return for a touchdown.
• Junior TE Brad Herman earned honorable mention recognition from the College
Football Performance Award for his play in Iowa’s 37-6 win over fifth-ranked
Michigan State. Herman had three receptions for 80 yards, matching his career-
high in catches and reaching a career-best in receiving yards.
• Iowa had eight players named Big Ten Players of the Week in 2009 (four on
defense, one offense and three special team winners).
IOWA TOUGH ON DEFENSE
Iowa ranks sixth nationally in rushing defense (93.3) and scoring defense (15.5),
14th in total defense (311.2) and 20th in pass efficiency defense (113.06). The Iowa
defense was the last unit in the nation to allow a rushing touchdown this season,
that coming in Iowa’s sixth game.
The Hawkeyes are second in the nation in turnover margin (+1.27) and tied for
seventh with 17 pass interceptions.
Six Iowa opponents have scored one touchdown or less, including two who
scored no touchdowns.
Iowa has allowed only one 100-yard rusher this season (Michigan QB Denard
Robinson). Iowa also allowed just one player to rush for 100 yards or more in
both 2009 and 2008.
IOWA EFFICIENT ON OFFENSE
Iowa ranks ninth in the nation in pass efficiency (160.79) and the Hawkeyes are
51st in scoring offense (29.6). The Hawkeyes are 38th in passing offense (247.5),
51st in total offense (394.1) and 75th in rushing offense (146.6). Iowa scored 30 or
more points in three consecutive Big Ten Conference games (Michigan, Wisconsin,
Michigan State) for the first time since 2005.
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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 Nov. 22, 36 former Hawkeyes
were on NFL rosters.
Former Hawkeye, Current NFL Team
Pat Angerer, Indianapolis Colts
Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons
Jason Baker, Carolina Panthers
Ladell Betts, New Orleans Saints
Rob Bruggeman, Atlanta Falcons
Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay Packers
Scott Chandler, Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Clark, Indianapolis Colts
Colin Cole, Seattle Seahawks
Sean Considine, Jacksonville Jaguars
Jared DeVries, Detroit Lions
A.J. Edds, Miami Dolphins
Bradley Fletcher, St. Louis Rams
Robert Gallery, Oakland Raiders
Charles Godfrey, Carolina Panthers
Shonn Greene, New York Jets
Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings
Abdul Hodge, Carolina Panthers
Ken Iwebema, Arizona Cardinals
Nate Kaeding, San Diego Chargers
Aaron Kampman, Jacksonville Jaguars
Matt Kroul, New York Jets
Bryan Mattison, Baltimore Ravens
Tony Moeaki, Kansas City Chiefs
Brandon Myers, Oakland Raiders
Seth Olsen, Minnesota Vikings
Marcus Paschal, Baltimore Ravens
Derreck Robinson, Cleveland Browns
Matt Roth, Cleveland Browns
Bob Sanders, Indianapolis Colts
Amari Spievey, Detroit Lions
Eric Steinbach, Cleveland Browns
Trey Stross, Houston Texans
Casey Wiegmann, Kansas City Chiefs
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens
Albert Young, Minnesota Vikings
Captains By Week
Game Players
Eastern Illinois Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Iowa State Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Arizona Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Ball State Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Penn State Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Michigan Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Wisconsin Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Michigan State Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Indiana Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Northwestern Clayborn, Klug, Stanzi, Vandervelde
Ohio State Clayborn, Greenwood, Klug, Stanzi
Minnesota
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Iowa has been guilty of just seven turnovers (three lost fumbles, four intercep-
tions), which ties Oregon State as the fewest in the nation. Iowa has not lost a
fumble in the last seven games.
POSITIVE TURNOVER RATIO
Iowa is first in the Big Ten and second nationally with a plus 1.27 turnover ratio.
Iowa has been guilty of just seven turnovers in 11 games, including just three
turnovers in seven Big Ten games. The seven turnovers tie as the fewest in the
nation (Oregon State).
Iowa’s opponents have had 113 possessions, and just four have started in Iowa
territory. Arizona had two possessions start in Iowa territory and Iowa State and
Northwestern started one possession on Iowa’s end of the field.
INJURY SETBACKS
Iowa sophomore running back Jewel Hampton and junior linebacker Bruce Davis
suffered season-ending knee injuries during Iowa’s 34-27 loss at Arizona. Both
have had surgery to repair the damage. Hampton rushed 91 times for 463 yards
and seven touchdowns as a freshman in 2008 before missing 2009 due to injury.
He rushed 20 times for 84 yards and a touchdown against Iowa State and had a
four-yard touchdown reception at Arizona prior to his season-ending injury.
In addition, LB Jeff Tarpinian missed Iowa’s opening game and games vs.
Michigan and Wisconsin before returning to limited action vs. Michigan State
and Indiana. He did not start vs. Penn State and was limited to just a few plays
on defense. Tarpinian led Iowa in tackles through five games and returned to the
starting line-up at Northwestern before missing the Ohio State game. Senior FB
Brett Morse did not play at Michigan, ending his starting streak at 18 consecutive
starts, but returned vs. Wisconsin.
RB Adam Robinson, Iowa’s leading rusher, and OL Adam Gettis, did not play at
Indiana. Gettis also missed the Northwestern and Ohio State games.
Redshirt freshman OL Nolan MacMillan missed three games before returning
to action at Northwestern, but he did not play against Ohio State. He started the
first six games. Senior LB Jeremiha Hunter started the first seven games before
missing the Michigan State contest. Hunter returned to start the last three contests
and has 35 career starts.
OLB Tyler Nielsen, who started the first eight games and ranked third in tackles,
was injured vs. Michigan State and is out for the remainder of the season.
Iowa defensive coordinator Norm Parker underwent a medical procedure in late
September and missed seven games. While he has not returned to the practice field,
Parker attended Iowa’s home win over Michigan State but did not travel to Indiana.
He did work from the press box for Iowa’s two most recent games.
IOWA, MINNESOTA NOTES
• Iowa is 1-1 in trophy games in 2010. The Hawkeyes defeated Iowa State 35-7
(Sept. 11) at Iowa City to maintain possession of the Cy-Hawk Trophy. Iowa
lost to Wisconsin 31-30 (Oct. 23) at Iowa City, as the Badgers reclaimed the
Heartland Trophy for the first time since 2007. Floyd of Rosedale currently
resides in Iowa City, as Iowa has won the last three meetings with Minnesota.
Iowa has won 10 of its last 11 games with a trophy at stake, dating back to a
win over Minnesota in 2007. That streak includes January bowl wins in each
of the last two seasons.
• The Iowa depth chart includes 12 seniors who are listed as starters (six offense,
six defense) and 15 seniors overall, plus senior punter Ryan Donahue and senior
long snapper Andrew Schulze.
• Minnesota’s Troy Stoutermire (27.9) and Iowa’s Derrell Johnson-Koulianos
(27.1)rank first and second, respectively, in the Big Ten in KO return average.
• Iowa has five players on its roster from the state of Minnesota, including DE
Broderick Binns and RB Marcus Binns from St. Paul, DT Karl Klug from Cale-
donia and LB T.J. Fisher and DB Jordan Price from Eden Prairie.
• There are no Iowans on the Minnesota roster.
Hawkeyes Under Ferentz
Overall .................................................................. 88-59
vs. ranked teams .................................................. 19-26
vs. unranked teams .............................................. 69-33
vs. Big Ten teams ................................................. 53-42
vs. Big Ten teams (home) ..................................... 31-14
vs. Big Ten teams (away) ..................................... 21-28
When rushing for 150 yards or more .................... 51-12
When rushing for 200 yards or more ...................... 32-2
When passing for 250 yards or more ................... 31-16
When passing for 300 yards or more ....................... 8-6
When Iowa player rushes for 100 yards ............... 49-18
When opponent has 100-yard rusher ................... 12-24
When opponent has 300-yard passer .................. 11-10
When scoring 30 points or more ............................... 48-3
When scoring 20 points or more ............................. 64-24
When opponent scores 25 points or more .............. 10-37
When holding opponent to 10 pts or less ................. 39-0
When Iowa scores first ........................................... 66-18
When Iowa leads at halftime .................................. 70-12
When Iowa trails at halftime ................................... 13-46
When game is tied at halftime .................................... 5-1
When Iowa leads after 3 quarters ........................... 76-10
When Iowa trails after 3 quarters .............................. 8-46
When game is tied after 3 quarters ............................ 4-3
Games decided by 11 points or more ..................... 54-22
Games decided by 10 points or less ...................... 27-30
Games decided by 7 points or less ........................ 25-30
Games decided by 3 points or less ........................ 12-16
When Iowa has a positive turnover margin ............ 51-14
When opponent has a positive turnover margin ..... 15-30
When the turnover margin is equal ......................... 22-15
When returning a punt/kickoff for a score ................... 7-3
Overtime games ......................................................... 4-2
When temperature is 50 degrees or above ............ 63-46
When temperature is below 50 degrees ................. 25-13
When temperature is over 90 degrees ....................... 1-2
When Raining: ............................................................ 7-5
Big Ten Conference POW Nominees
Game Offense Defense Special Teams
E. Illinois Robinson Klug O’Meara
Iowa State Robinson Tarpinian Donahue
Arizona Stanzi Tarpinian Donahue
Ball State Robinson Daniels Meyer
Penn State Stanzi Clayborn Donahue
Michigan Stanzi T. Johnson Meyer
Wisconsin Stanzi Sash Donahue
Mich. State Stanzi Prater Donahue
Indiana McNutt Hyde Meyer
N’western McNutt Morris Donahue
Ohio State Stanzi Hunter Donahue
Minnesota
Bold indicates winner
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Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series
The Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series is in its seventh season in
2010-11. The series is tied 3-3 in the in-state competi-
tion against Iowa State that began in 2004-05. Iowa
State captured the Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series a year ago
by a 16-11 margin.
Iowa State holds a 6-5 advantage to date. Iowa de-
feated ISU in football and women’s soccer and lost
in volleyball and men’s and women’s cross country.
Last season, Iowa captured victories in football,
women’s soccer, wrestling, women’s gymnastics and
women’s tennis. The Cyclones recorded wins in vol-
leyball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and
women’s basketball, women’s swimming and diving,
women’s gymnastics and softball.
Iowa captured the inaugural Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series
(13-8) in 2004-05 and won again in 2006-07 (13-8)
and 2008-09 (21-4). Iowa State won the competition
in 2005-06 (13-8) and 2007-08 (18-9) and 2009-10
(16-11).
The 12-event series awards two points (except foot-
ball, which is worth three) to the winning school in
each head-to-head match-up between the two insti-
tutions. 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.
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 seventh annual Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series
schedule is listed below. All events are worth two
points, except football, which is worth three points:
Date Event Site/Result
9/10 Volleyball ISU, 3-0
9/11 Football Iowa, 35-7
9/17 Women’s Soccer Iowa, 4-0
11/13 M. Cross Country ISU
11/13 W. Cross Country ISU
12/3 Wrestling Iowa City
12/10 Women’s Basketball Iowa City
12/10 Men’s Basketball Iowa City
12/10 Women’s Swim. & Diving Iowa City
2/18 Women’s Gymnastics Ames
2/25 Women’s Gymnastics Iowa City
4/20 Softball Iowa City
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, accord-
ing to the annual graduation rate report issued each
September/October by the NCAA.
• Minnesota senior QB Adam Weber recently became just the fifth quarterback in
Big Ten history to pass for more than 10,000 career yards. Weber moved past
former Iowa QB Chuck Long (10,461) against Michigan State.
• Three current Hawkeyes were born during the week of Nov. 21-27, including
Cameron Olson (22nd), James Vandenberg (24th) and Shane DiBona (26th).
COACHING CONNECTIONS
• Minnesota interim coach Jeff Horton and Iowa LB Coach Darrell Wilson were
both on the Wisconsin coaching staff in 2000-01.
• Iowa Defensive Coordinator Norm Parker was the defensive line coach at Min-
nesota from 1972-76.
• Minnesota assistant Tim Cross was the defensive line coach at Syracuse when
Iowa defeated the Orange in two overtimes in 2006.
• Minnesota assistant Kevin Cosgrove has also coached at Wisconsin and Illinois.
• Minnesota assistant Ronnie Lee has also coached at Michigan and Wisconsin.
• Minnesota assistant Tim Davis coached offensive linemen at Southern Cal in
2002 when Iowa and the Trojans met in the 2003 Orange Bowl. He was also on
the Arizona staff in 1987 when Iowa defeated the Wildcats and has also coached
at Wisconsin.
• Minnesota assistant Thomas Hammock was the running backs coach at Northern
Illinois in 2006 when Iowa defeated the Huskies 24-14 and has also coached at
Wisconsin.
• Minnesota assistant Derek Lewis was a graduate assistant at Texas when Iowa
met the Longhorns in the 2006 Alamo Bowl.
• Minnesota’s assistant strength and conditioning coach Will Peoples was on the
Iowa strength and conditioning staff in 2006.
THE SERIES
Saturday will be the 104th meeting between Iowa and Minnesota. Minnesota
holds a 59-42-2 advantage in the series that began with a 42-4 Gopher victory in
1891. The Gophers won the first 12 games in the series before Iowa earned a 6-0
win in 1918.
Iowa has won the last three meetings and eight of the last nine. The Hawkeyes
defeated Minnesota 55-0 in 2008 at Minneapolis in the last Minnesota game played
in the HHH Metrodome. Iowa won eight of 14 meetings played in the dome. The
Hawkeyes won 12-0 last season in Kinnick Stadium and are visiting Minnesota’s
new TCF Bank Stadium for the first time.
Minnesota holds a 36-15-1 advantage in games played at Minneapolis, with the
majority of those games played in Memorial Stadium, the previous on-campus
home to Gopher football. Iowa has won three of the last four meetings in Min-
neapolis, but the teams split the last six played in the dome. Due to a scheduling
change in the Big Ten for 2011, Iowa returns to play at Minnesota next Oct. 29.
Here are the series results:
*11/2/1891 L 4-42 *11/07/59 W 33-0
10/26/01 L 0-16 11/05/60 L 10-27
*10/25/02 L 0-34 *11/11/61 L 11-16
10/17/03 L 0-75 11/10/62 L 0-10
*11/24/04 L 0-11 *11/09/63 W 27-13
10/21/05 L 0-39 11/07/64 L 13-14
10/02/09 L 0-41 *10/16/65 L 3-14
10/28/11 L 6-24 10/15/66 L 0-17
10/26/12 L 7-56 *11/04/67 L 0-10
*10/24/14 L 0-7 11/02/68 W 35-28
10/23/15 L 13-51 *11/01/69 L 8-35
11/04/16 L 0-67 10/31/70 T 14-14
*11/02/18 W 6-0 *10/16/71 L 14-19
10/25/19 W 9-6 10/21/72 L 14-43
*11/13/20 W 28-7 *10/20/73 L 23-31
11/05/21 W 41-7 10/19/74 L 17-23
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*11/11/22 W 28-14 *10/25/75 L 7-31
11/17/23 L 7-20 10/23/76 W 22-12
*10/25/24 W 13-0 *10/08/77 W 18-6
11/14/25 L 0-33 10/14/78 L 20-22
*11/06/26 L 0-41 *10/20/79 L 7-24
10/22/27 L 0-38 10/25/80 L 6-24
*10/24/28 W 7-6 *10/14/81 L 10-12
*11/09/29 W 9-7 10/23/82 W 21-16
10/24/31 L 0-34 *10/19/83 W 61-10
*10/22/32 L 6-21 11/17/84 L 17-23
10/28/33 L 7-19 *11/23/85 W 31-9
*10/28/34 L 12-48 11/22/86 W 30-27
*11/09/35 L 6-13 *11/21/87 W 34-20
11/07/36 L 0-52 11/19/88 W 31-22
*11/06/37 L 10-35 *11/25/89 L 7-43
11/05/38 L 0-28 11/24/90 L 24-31
*11/18/39 W 13-9 *11/23/91 W 23-8
10/26/40 L 6-34 11/21/92 L 13-28
*11/15/41 L 13-34 *11/20/93 W 21-3
11/14/42 L 7-27 11/19/94 W 49-42
11/13/43 L 14-33 *11/25/95 W 45-3
*11/18/44 L 0-46 11/23/96 W 43-24
*11/17/45 W 20-19 *11/22/97 W 31-0
11/16/46 L 6-16 11/21/98 L 7-49
*11/15/47 W 13-7 *11/20/99 L 21-25
*11/13/48 L 21-28 11/18/00 L 24-27
11/05/49 L 7-55 *11/17/01 W 42-24
11/04/50 W 13-0 11/16/02 W 45-21
*11/13/51 T 20-20 *11/15/03 W 40-22
11/11/52 L 7-17 11/13/04 W 29-27
*11/14/53 W 27-0 *11/19/05 W 52-28
11/13/54 L 20-22 11/18/06 L 24-34
*11/05/55 W 26-0 *11/10/07 W 21-16
11/10/56 W 7-0 11/22/08 W 55-0
*11/09/57 W 44-20 *11/21/09 W 12-0
11/08/58 W 28-6 * - - at Iowa City
IOWA WON DEFENSIVE BATTLE
Iowa used a superior defensive effort to close the 2009 regular season with a
12-0 win over Minnesota in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa retained Floyd of Rosedale
for the third straight season. Iowa posted shutouts in back-to-back games against
Minnesota for the first time since 1955 and 1956.
The Hawkeyes started the game on offense and
drove 68 yards on their first possession, which
ended with a 30-yard Daniel Murray field goal.
Minnesota moved the ball on its third drive of
the game, reaching the Iowa 12. After a one-
yard loss on first down the Gophers fumbled the
snap on second down and Iowa’s Bruce Davis
recovered. Minnesota reached the Iowa 42 on
its next drive, but LB Troy Johnson forced and
recovered a fumble to stop the threat.
Senior OLB A.J. Edds intercepted his fourth
pass of the season later in the period to set up
Iowa’s only touchdown drive. Taking over at the Minnesota 39, Iowa drove to the
one, where Brandon Wegher scored his seventh rushing touchdown of the season.
The PAT was blocked and Iowa led 9-0 at halftime.
The only points of the second half came in the third period. Iowa began a drive
at its own 40 and reached the Minnesota 28 before Murray added a 45-yard field
goal. The key play on the drive was a 28-yard pass from QB James Vandenberg
to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr.
Instant Replay
Listed below are all the plays that have been reviewed
in an Iowa game in 2010.
Game (Rvs) Reviewed Play (Upheld/Reversed)
E. Illinois No reviews
Iowa State Spot of ball short of goal line (upheld)
Arizona Iowa runner down by contact (upheld)
AZ runner down by contack (upheld)
possession of fumble (overturned)
pass reception out of bounds (overturned)
Ball State Ball State lost fumble (upheld)
Ball State pass completion (upheld)
Penn State Iowa, spot of ball (upheld)
Penn State, spot of ball (upheld)
Michigan Iowa, completion for TD (upheld)
Michigan, completion (upheld)
Michigan, completion and spot (upheld)
Wisconsin Iowa rush, spot of ball (upheld)
Iowa pass, spot of ball (overturned)
Iowa completion (upheld)
Iowa pass, spot of ball (overturned)
Wisc. run, spot of ball (overturned
Mich. State MSU receiver down before fumble (upheld)
IA TD before stepping out of bounds (upheld)
Iowa receiver with legal catch (upheld)
Indiana IND, spot of ball (upheld)
IND, incomplete pass (upheld)
N’western Iowa, spot of ball (upheld)
Ohio State Ohio State, reception in bounds (upheld)
Minnesota
Consecutive Games, Not Shutout
School Games Last Shutout
Michigan 323 Oct. 20, 1984
(26-0 at Iowa)
Ohio State 213 Nov. 20, 1993
(28-0 at Michigan)
Wisconsin 175 Aug. 24, 1997
(34-0 vs. Syracuse)
IOWA 130 Oct. 14, 2000
(31-0 at Illinois)
Michigan State 126 Oct. 21, 2000
(14-0 at Michigan)
Indiana 124 Oct. 14, 2000
(58-0 at Michigan)
Penn State 117 Oct. 6, 2001
(20-0 vs. Michigan)
Northwestern 93 Sept. 27, 2003
(20-0 at Ohio State)
Illinois 20 Sept. 26, 2009
(30-0 at Ohio State)
Minnesota 12 Nov. 21, 2009
(12-0 at Iowa)
Purdue 4 Oct. 23, 2010
(49-0 at Ohio State)
Hawkeye Birthdays!
The following Iowa student athletes/coaches have
birthdays in November:
1: Jacob Reisen
2: Brett Van Sloten
4: William Lowe
11: Raymond Braithwaite
12: Jason White
20: James Morris
22: Cameron Olson
24: James Vandenberg
26: Shane DiBona
29: Troy Johnson, John Weinke
MINN IOWA
Score 0 12
First Downs 13 12
Rushes-Yds. 36-48 36-54
Passing Yds. 153 117
Passes (C-A-I) 14-42-1 121-24-1
Total Offense 78-201 60-171
Punts-Avg. 8-38.8 9-37.7
Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-1
Penales-Yards 4-34 3-28
Time of Possession 31:37 28:23
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Iowa at Minnesota - - TCF Bank Stadium Date of Release: Nov. 22, 2010
Minnesota had its best chance to score in the fourth period when a pass interfer-
ence penalty gave the Gophers a first down at the Iowa two. Two rushing plays
gained nothing before an incomplete pass on third down. On fourth down QB
Adam Weber was sacked for a five-yard loss as the Hawkeyes preserved their only
shutout of the season.
LB Pat Angerer led the Iowa defense, recording 16 tackles. Johnson, starting
in place of the injured Jeremiha Hunter, added 11 tackles. He had a QB sack to
go with his fumble recovery and added a pass break-up. Johnson was named co-
Defensive Player of the Week in the Big Ten. DT Christian Ballard added nine
tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 QB sacks. Edds and Tyler Sash each
added eight stops.
RB Adam Robinson led Iowa’s ground game with 12 carries for 72 yards, but he
was injured in the second period and did not return. Vandenberg completed 11-24
passes for 117 yards, with one interception. WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos led
all receivers with seven catches for 63 yards.
Murray made his only two field goal attempts and Ryan Donahue averaged 37.7
yards on nine punts.
Scoring Summary
IA - - Daniel Murray, 30-yard field goal
IA - - Brandon Wegher, one-yard run (kick failed)
IA - - Daniel Murray, 45-yard field goal
OHIO STATE WINS AT IOWA
Ohio State scored the final 10 points of the game as the seventh-ranked Buckeyes
rallied for a 20-17 win in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes took an early lead, driv-
ing 87 yards on their second possession of the game. QB Ricky Stanzi completed
a 19-yard scoring strike to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. to give Iowa a 7-0 advantage.
Ohio State scored its only points of the first
half early in the second quarter, as Devin Barclay
booted an 18-yard field goal. The Buckeyes had
second and goal from the three and third and goal
from the one, but could not get the touchdown
and Iowa held a 7-3 halftime advantage. Iowa
drove to the Buckeye 22 late in the second quar-
ter, but a Mike Meyer field goal attempt from 40
yards was wide left. OSU’s final possession of
the first half ended with an interception, as DB
Micah Hyde made the theft in the Iowa end zone.
Ohio State began the second half with a 77-
yard touchdown drive, taking the lead on a five-yard pass from QB Terrelle Pryor
to Reid Fragel. Iowa answered with a scoring drive of its own, tying the game at
10 on a 31-yard Meyer field goal and that’s the way the third quarter ended.
Iowa’s defense led the way for Iowa’s final points, as Shaun Prater came up with
an interception off a tipped pass and returned the ball to the OSU 27. Freshman
RB Marcus Coker broke loose for a 26-yard gain on first down and then scored
from the one on the next play to give Iowa a 17-10 advantage.
Ohio State came back, cutting the deficit to 17-13 on a 48-yard field goal by Bar-
clay with 7:38 remaining. Iowa failed to gain a first down on its next possession
and OSU got the ball back at its own 24 with 6:05 to play. From there the Buckeyes
drove to the winning score, as Dan Herron scored on a one-yard run with 1:47 to
play. The big play in the drive was a 14-yard scramble by Pryor with OSU facing
a fourth and 10 at midfield.
Iowa was unable to pick up a first down and the Buckeyes had the win. Iowa fell
to 3-3 on the season against ranked teams.
Coker led Iowa’s ground game with 70 yards on just nine carries. His fourth
quarter score marked his first career touchdown. Stanzi completed 20-31 passes
for 195 yards, with McNutt, Jr. grabbing seven receptions for 92 yards.
National Rankings
BCS Standings, Nov. 21
School Record Avg. Prev.
1. Oregon 10-0 .9764 1
2. Auburn 11-0 .9682 2
3. TCU 11-0 .8995 3
4. Boise State 10-0 .8860 4
5. LSU 10-1 .8193 5
6. Stanford 10-1 .7763 6
7. Wisconsin 10-1 .7688 7
8. Ohio State 10-1 .7148 9
9. Oklahoma State 10-1 .6815 10
10. Michigan State 10-1 .6063 12
11. Alabama 9-2 .6019 11
12. Arkansas 9-2 .5697 13
13. Oklahoma 9-2 .5041 14
14. Missouri 9-2 .4564 15
15. Nebraska 9-2 .4423 8
16. Virginia Tech 9-2 .4213 16
17. Texas A&M 8-3 .3607 19
18. South Carolina 8-3 .3583 17
19. Nevada 10-1 .2943 18
20. Utah 9-2 .1961 23
21. Arizona 7-3 .1848 22
22. Florida State 8-3 .1296 25
23. North Carolina St. 8-3 .0923 - - -
24. IOWA 7-4 .0899 20
25. Mississippi State 7-4 .0862 21
Harris Poll, Nov. 21
School Record Pts Prev.
1. Oregon (68) 10-0 2,793 1
2. Auburn (31) 11-0 2,727 2
3. Boise State (14) 10-0 2,619 3
4. TCU (1) 11-0 2,557 4
5. Wisconsin 10-1 2,295 5
6. LSU 10-1 2,227 6
7. Stanford 10-1 2,209 8
8. Ohio State 10-1 2,131 7
9. Oklahoma State 10-1 1,805 12
10. Michigan State 10-1 1,797 10
11. Alabama 9-2 1,783 11
12. Arkansas 9-2 1,589 13
13. Oklahoma 9-2 1,412 14
14. Virginia Tech 9-2 1,322 15
15. Nebraska 9-2 1,199 9
16. Missouri 9-2 1,176 16
17. South Carolina 8-3 1,037 17
18. Texas A&M 8-3 936 20
19. Nevada 10-1 894 18
20. Utah 9-2 495 21
21. Arizona 7-3 471 23
22. Florida State 8-3 439 25
23. North Carolina St. 8-3 330 - - -
24. IOWA 7-4 284 19
25. Mississippi State 7-4 178 22
Numbers in parenthesis represent first place votes
OSU IOWA
Score 20 17
First Downs 21 17
Rushes-Yds. 36-158 25-81
Passing Yds. 195 195
Passes (C-A-I) 18-33-2 20-31-0
Total Offense 69-353 56-276
Punts-Avg. 3-42.0 4-41.0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0
Penales-Yards 8-73 4-25
Time of Possession 30:29 29:31
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Iowa at Minnesota - - TCF Bank Stadium Date of Release: Nov. 22, 2010
The Iowa defense held the powerful Ohio State offense 100 yards and 20 points
under its season average while collecting two interceptions. LB Jeremiha Hunter
led the way with 11 tackles. Hyde added nine tackles to go with his interception.
Freshman LB James Morris had nine tackles, giving him at least nine stops for the
fourth straight game.
Scoring Summary
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 19-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
OSU - - Devin Barclay, 18-yard field goal
OSU - - Reid Fragel, five-yard pass from Terrelle Pryor (Devin Barclay kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 31-yard field goal
IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick)
OSU - - Devin Barclay, 48-yard field goal
OSU - - Dan Herron, one-yard run (Devin Barclay kick)
GOPHERS WON AT ILLINOIS
Minnesota stopped a nine-game losing streak with a 38-34 win at Illinois Nov. 13
in its last outing. The Gophers drove 80 yards in the final three minutes, getting the
final points on a two-yard run by DeLeon Eskridge with just 16 seconds remaining.
Trailing 7-0, Minnesota scored 17 straight points in the second quarter to hold a
17-7 halftime advantage. Eskridge scored on a one-yard run to tie the score and
Tiree Eure grabbed a 13-yard pass from QB Adam Weber for a 14-7 advantage.
Eric Ellestad closed the first half scoring with a 45-yard field goal.
Illinois added two touchdowns in the third quarter for a 20-17 advantage before
Weber connected with Da’Jon McKnight on a 24-yard scoring strike.
Illinois answered again, adding two touchdowns to take a 34-24 advantage with
8:14 remaining in the final quarter. Minnesota’s rally began on the following kick
return, as Troy Stoudermire raced 90 yards to set up a four-yard touchdown by
Eskridge. Minnesota held Illinois to nine yards on three plays, and took over for
the game-winning drive with 4:06 remaining.
Weber led the Gopher offense, completing 20-36 passes for 225 yards and two
touchdowns, with no interceptions. McNight had 70 yards on five receptions and
Eskridge led the ground game with 14 carries for 49 yards. Stoudermire had 112
yards on two K0 returns and added a 24-yard interception return. He was co-special
teams Player of the Week in the Big Ten. Gary Tinsley led the Minnesota defense
with 12 tackles, including two tackles for loss. Kyle Theret and Keanon Cooper
each collected nine tackles.
IOWA VS. RANKED TEAMS
These are Iowa’s most recent wins vs. nationally ranked opponents:
Home: 37-6 over fifth-ranked Michigan State, 10/30/10
24-3 over 20th-ranked Penn State, 10/02/10
24-23 over third-ranked Penn State, 11/8/08
Road: 38-28 over 24th-ranked Michigan, 10/16/10
21-10 over fourth-ranked Penn State, 9/26/09
Neutral: 24-14 over ninth-ranked Georgia Tech, Orange Bowl, 1/5/10
30-25 over 11th-ranked LSU, Capital One Bowl, 1/1/05
STANZI AMONG MOST EFFICIENT
Senior QB Ricky Stanzi leads the Big Ten and ranks sixth in the nation in pass
efficiency. His current rating of 163.17 would establish the best single-season
pass efficiency for an Iowa quarterback since the statistic was first used in 1979.
Following are the top five Iowa quarterback efficiency ratings:
Year Player G Eff. Att-Com-Int Pct Yards TD Yards
2010 Ricky Stanzi 11 163.17 200-302-4 .662 2,677 23 243.4
2002 Brad Banks 13 157.12 170-294-5 .578 2573 26 197.9
1987 Chuck Hartlieb 13 156.71 217-334-8 .650 3092 19 237.8
1984 Chuck Long 13 156.45 216-322-13 .671 2871 22 220.8
1985 Chuck Long 12 153.11 260-388-16 .670 3297 27 274.8
National Rankings
Associated Press, Nov. 21
School Record Pts Prev.
1. Oregon (37) 10-0 1,467 1
2. Auburn (13) 11-0 1,430 2
3. Boise State (10) 10-0 1,394 3
4. TCU 11-0 1,340 4
5. Wisconsin 10-1 1,196 6
6. LSU 10-1 1,194 5
7. Stanford 10-1 1,178 7
8. Ohio State 10-1 1,088 8
9. Alabama 9-2 972 10
10. Oklahoma State 10-1 958 12
11. Michigan State 10-1 927 11
12. Arkansas 9-2 861 13
13. Virginia Tech 9-2 720 14
14. Oklahoma 9-2 650 16
15. Missouri 9-2 639 15
16. Nebraska 9-2 618 9
17. Texas A&M 8-3 573 18
18. South Carolina 8-3 559 17
19. Nevada 10-1 439 19
20. Arizona 7-3 268 23
21. North Carolina St. 8-3 238 - - -
22. Florida State 8-3 232 - - -
23. Utah 9-2 211 25
24. IOWA 7-4 100 21
25. Mississippi State 7-4 94 22
Numbers in parenthesis represent first place votes
USA Today Coaches Poll, Nov. 21
School Record Pts Prev.
1. Oregon (48) 10-0 1,459 1
2. Auburn (4) 11-0 1,398 2
3. Boise State (5) 10-0 1,341 3
4. TCU (2) 11-0 1,300 4
5. Wisconsin 10-1 1,211 5
6. LSU 10-1 1,175 6
7. Ohio State 10-1 1,116 7
8. Stanford 10-1 1,112 8
9. Oklahoma State 10-1 990 10
10. Michigan State 10-1 927 11
11. Alabama 9-2 885 12
12. Arkansas 9-2 784 13
13. Oklahoma 9-2 733 14
14. Virginia Tech 9-2 723 15
15. Nebraska 9-2 614 9
16. Missouri 9-2 585 16
17. South Carolina 8-3 577 17
18. Texas A&M 8-3 492 19
19. Nevada 10-1 456 18
20. Arizona 7-3 279 23
21. Florida State 8-3 243 - - -
22. Utah 9-2 228 24
23. North Carolina St. 8-3 208 - - -
24. IOWA 7-4 74 20
25. Mississippi State 7-4 68 22
Numbers in parenthesis represent first place votes
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Iowa at Minnesota - - TCF Bank Stadium Date of Release: Nov. 22, 2010
Charting Iowa Rankings
Career Receiving
Name No-Yards Avg. TDs Years
1. J.-Koulianos 170-2,582 15.2 16 2007-pr.
2. Tim Dwight 139-2,271 16.3 21 1994-97
3. Danan Hughes 146-2,216 15.2 21 1989-92
4. Ronnie Harmon 146-2,045 14.0 10 1982-85
5. Kevin Kasper 157-1,974 12.6 11 1997-00
6. Dave Moritz 109-1,912 17.5 9 1980-83
7. Kahlil Hill 152-1,892 12.4 15 1998-01
8. Clinton Solomon 118-1,864 15.8 14 02, 04-05
9. Harold Jasper 107-1,863 17.4 8 1991-94
10. Quinn Early 106-1,845 17.4 13 1984-87
Career Passing
Name Comp-Att Yds TDs Years
1. Chuck Long 782-1,203 10,461 74 1981-85
2. Drew Tate 665-1,090 8,292 61 2003-06
3. Ricky Stanzi 521-864 7,050 54 2007-pr.
4. Chuck Hartlieb 512-802 6,934 37 1986-88
5. Matt Rodgers 550-905 6,725 41 1988-91
6. Matt Sherman 448-776 6,399 43 1994-97
7. Kyle McCann 357-603 4,349 23 1998-01
8. Gary Snook 280-631 3,738 20 1963-65
9. Brad Banks 213-362 3,155 30 2001-02
10. Larry Lawrence 201-395 2,987 17 1968-69
Scoring
Name Pts TD-PAT-FG Years
1. Nate Kaeding 373 1-166-67 2000-03
2. Rob Houghtlin 290 0-128-54 1985-87
3. Tom Nichol 277 0-142-45 1981-84
4. Kyle Schlicher 260 0-107-51 2004-06
5. Tavian Banks 218 36-1-0 1994-97
Zach Bromert 218 0-140-26 1995-98
7. Sedrick Shaw 214 35-2-0 1993-96
Jeff Skillett 214 0-112-34 1988-91
9. Tim Dwight 192 32-0-0 1994-97
Ronnie Harmon 192 32-0-0 1982-85
11. David Hudson 166 27-2-0 1985-88
12. Ladell Betts 162 27-0-0 1998-01
13. Daniel Murray 158 0-62-32 2007-pr.
Career Interceptions
Name No-Yds Avg. TD Years
1. Devon Mitchell 18-202 11.2 0 1982-85
Nile Kinnick 18-91 5.0 0 1937-39
3. Jovon Johnson 17-183 10.8 0 2002-05
4. Damien Robinson 14-196 14.0 0 1993-96
5. Tyler Sash 13-392 30.2 1 2008-pr.
6. Steve Wilson 12-118 9.8 0 1966-68
T7. B. Greenwood 11-83 7.5 0 2007-pr.
Plez Atkins 11-153 13.9 2 1994-97
Brad Quast 11-217 19.7 1 1986-89
QB RICKY STANZI
• One of five finalist for Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
• Is a semifinal candidate for the Maxwell Award and Davey O’Brien Award.
• Has completed 200-302 passes (.662) for 2,677 yards and 23 touchdowns in
2010, with only four interceptions. Stanzi has at least one touchdown pass in
the last 20 games he has played and three scoring strikes in five games.
• Ranks first in the Big Ten and sixth in the nation in passing efficiency (163.17).
Is also third in passing yards (243.4) and fifth in total offense (241.5) in the Big
Ten.
• Ranks third on Iowa’s single season list with 23 touchdown passes this season
and 17 TD passes in 2009 ties for 10th best.
• Ranks third in career scoring passes (54) behind Chuck Long (74) and Drew
Tate (61).
• Completed 20-31 passes for 195 yards and a touchdown against Ohio State.
• Completed 23-41 passes for 270 yards and two scores at Northwestern, with
one interception.
• Completed 22-33 passes for 290 yards and a touchdown at Indiana, with one
interception
• Completed 11-15 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns in win over Michi-
gan State, with no interceptions
• Completed 25-37 passes for 258 yards and three touchdowns vs. Wisconsin,
with no interceptions
• Completed 17-24 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns at Michigan to
earn Big Ten Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors.
• Completed 16-22 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown vs. Penn State.
• Completed 19-25 passes for 288 yards and three touchdowns in win over Ball
State, with no interceptions.
• Completed 171-304 attempts for 2,417 yards in 2009. Season yardage total
ranks 12th best in school history.
• Ranks third in career passing yards (7,050) and total offense (7,031) and fourth
in completions (521) and attempts (864).
• Has led Iowa to a 25-8 record as a starter, including a 14-4 record in Kinnick
Stadium and a 14-7 record in Big Ten games.
• His 25 wins as Iowa’s starting quarterback ties as sixth best among active FBS
quarterbacks.
WR DERRELL-JOHNSON-KOULIANOS
• Ranks first in Iowa career receiving yards (2,582) and receptions (170) and is
tied for third in touchdowns (16).
• Has led Iowa in receiving in each of the past three seasons, becoming just the
third receiver to accomplish that feat. Had 45 receptions for 750 yards in 2009.
• Has 43 receptions for 711 yards and nine touchdowns.
• Nine touchdowns in 2010 ties as third best for single season at Iowa.
• Five receptions for 104 yards at Northwestern, including career-long 70-yard
scoring reception in third quarter.
• Six receptions for 72 yards in win at Indiana, including 15 and 21 yard recep-
tions on game-winning touchdown drive.
• Five receptions for 93 yards and a touchdown vs. Wisconsin.
• Four receptions for 70 yards and personal-best three touchdowns in win at
Michigan.
• Four receptions for 64 yards and a touchdown in win over Penn State.
• Averaged 31.5 yards on 12 KO returns in 2009, including a 99-yard return for
a touchdown at Ohio State. Is averaging 27.1 yards on 14 KO returns in 2010.
• Ranks second in the Big Ten in KO returns (27.1) and is eighth in all-purpose
yards (102.5).
• Has totaled over 1,000 all-purpose yards in each of his four seasons. Has 1,128
all-purpose yards through 11 games and had 1,128 yards in 2009.
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Iowa at Minnesota - - TCF Bank Stadium Date of Release: Nov. 22, 2010
Iowa in 2010 Statistics
Player Category Stats Big Ten NCAA
Shaun Prater Intercepons 0.40 1st T-21st
Ricky Stanzi Pass Effi ciency 163.2 1st 6th
Bre Greenwood Intercepons 0.36 2nd T-28th
Derrell J.-Koulianos KO Returns 27.1 2nd 19th
Jeremiha Hunter Recovered Fumbles 0.20 T-2nd T-33rd
Ricky Stanzi Passing Avg./Game 243.4 3rd 28th
Colin Sandeman Punt Returns 8.3 3rd T-40th
Ryan Donahue Punng Avg. 44.3 3rd 21st
Micah Hyde Intercepons 0.27 T-3rd T-62nd
Micah Hyde Passes Defended 0.91 T-3rd T-45th
Adam Robinson Rushing 94.1 5th 28th
Ricky Stanzi Total Offense 241.5 5th T-42nd
Adam Robinson All-Purpose Yards 123.1 5th 46th
Marvin McNu Rec. Yards per Game 68.4 5th T-49th
Mike Daniels Tackles for Loss 1.00 5th T-84th
Michael Meyer Field Goal Pct. .786 6th - - -
Mike Daniels QB Sacks 0.36 T-6th - - -
Adam Robinson Scoring (TDs) 6.6 7th T-89th
Shaun Prater Passes Defended 0.90 7th T-62nd
Karl Klug Tackles for Loss 0.86 T-7th - - -
Marvin McNu Recepons/Game 4.36 8th T-76th
Derrell J.-Koulianos Rec. Yards per Game 64.6 8th 63rd
Derrell J.-Koulianos All-Purpose Yards 102.5 8th 86th
Michael Meyer Scoring (Kick) 5.3 9th - - -
Michael Meyer Field Goals/Game 1.00 9th T-64th
Michael Meyer PAT Kicking Pct. .926 10th - - -
Jeremiha Hunter Tackles 7.6 10th - - -
Adrian Clayborn QB Sacks 0.32 10th - - -
Micah Hyde Tackles 6.4 19th - - -
Tyler Sash Tackles 6.0 T-26th - - -
Shaun Prater Tackles 5.7 34th - - -
James Morris Tackles 5.0 T-45th - - -
Team Stascs
Category Stats Big Ten NCAA
Fewest Turnovers Seven 1st T-1st
Turnover Margin +1.27 1st 2nd
Intercepons 17 T-1st T-7th
Red Zone Defense 72.7 1st T-13th
Scoring Defense 15.5 2nd 6th
Total Defense 311.2 2nd 14th
Rushing Defense 93.3 2nd 6th
Pass Effi ciency Def. 113.1 2nd T-20th
Pass Effi ciency 160.8 2nd 9th
KO Returns 23.2 3rd 32nd
Fewest Penales 5.27 T-3rd T-27th
Fewest Yards Penalized 40.5 T-3rd T-11th
Passing Offense 247.5 4th 38th
First Downs Allowed 17.7 4th 28th
Third Down Defense 37.2% 4th 35th
Third Down Conversions 45.7% 4th 26th
QB Sacks 1.73 T-4th T-77th
Punt Returns 9.4 5th 45th
Net Punng 37.6 5th 39th
Red Zone Offense 88.1% 5th T-21st
KO Coverage 43.0 5th 86th
Field Goal % .786 5th - - -
Scoring Offense 29.5 6th 51st
Total Offense 394.1 6th 51st
First Downs 20.5 6th 49th
Time of Possession 30:49 6th 37th
Passing Defense 217.9 7th 64th
QB Sacks Allowed 1.73 T-7th T-49th
Rushing Offense 146.6 9th 75th
• Has matched Jim Gibbons (1955-57) and Tim Dwight
(1995-97) as a receiving leader in three seasons. No
Hawkeye has led the team in receiving four years.
DE ADRIAN CLAYBORN
• Is one of four finalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award.
• Is one of 16 semifinalists for the Chuck Bednarik Award.
• Named to numerous preseason all-America teams after
being named Most Valuable Player in Iowa’s win over
Georgia Tech in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl.
• Has started 28 consecutive games and has 35 career starts.
• Recorded seven tackles, one QB pressure and a pass break-
up vs. Ohio State.
• Recorded two tackles, including a QB sack and QB pres-
sure, at Northwestern.
• Recorded four tackles and a QB pressure in win at Indiana.
• Recorded five tackles vs. Wisconsin, including one QB
sack and a forced fumble.
• Blocked third kick of his career with blocked field goal in
win at Michigan.
• Named Big Ten defensive Player of the Week after record-
ing 10 tackles in 24-3 win over Penn State, including three
tackles for loss and a QB sack.
• Has recorded 49 tackles in 2010, with seven tackles for
loss, 3.5 QB sacks and six QB pressures.
• Key member of Iowa defensive unit that ranks sixth na-
tionally in rushing defense (93.3), sixth in scoring defense
(15.5) and 14th in total defense (311.2).
• Completed junior season as one of the Big Ten leaders in
tackles for loss, quarterback sacks and forced fumbles.
DB TYLER SASH
• Is one of 10 semifinal candidates for the Jim Thorpe Award.
• Ranks fifth in career interceptions with 13.
• Recorded six solo tackles and two assists vs. Ohio State.
• Four solo tackles at Northwestern, including one tackle
for loss.
• Six tackles in win at Indiana.
• Led team with career-high 13 tackles vs. Wisconsin, includ-
ing five solo stops and a tackle for loss.
• Interception and pitch to Micah Hyde led to 66-yard touch-
down return vs. Michigan State.
• Interception and 36-yard return led to touchdown in win at
Michigan. Also had 37-yard return of blocked field goal
and seven tackles against the Wolverines.
• Holds Iowa career record and ranks fourth all-time in Big
Ten history with 392 interception return yards.
• Led Iowa with six interceptions in 2009, a total that ties
as sixth best in a single season.
• Tied Iowa’s single-game record with three interceptions
in a win at Iowa State.
• His 203 interception return yards in 2009 established a
single-season record.
• Ranks third with 66 tackles in 2010 and has 204 career
tackles. Has helped Iowa’s defense rank sixth in rushing
defense (93.3), sixth in the nation in scoring defense (15.5)
and 14th in total defense (311.2).
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• Had 34 receptions for 674 yards in 2009, his first year as
a wide receiver. Caught game-winning pass on the final
play of Iowa’s win at Michigan State.
• Had eight touchdown receptions in 2009, which ties for
the fourth best total in school history.
• In 2009, McNutt (674) and Derrell Johnson-Koulianos
(750) combined to give Iowa two receivers with over 600
yards for just the ninth time in school history.
DB BRETT GREENWOOD
• Second in the Big Ten and tied for 28th in the nation with
four interceptions.
• Four tackles vs. Ohio State to raise career total to 213 to
tie for 51st on career list.
• Had four tackles at Northwestern.
• Fourth interception of the season came in 18-13 win at
Indiana. Also had six tackles vs. Hoosiers.
• Third interception of the season came in 37-6 win over
Michigan State. Also had three tackles vs. Spartans.
• Second interception of the season vs. Wisconsin led to
Iowa field goal. Also had six tackles vs. Badgers.
• Tied for seventh in career interceptions with 11. Four of
his career interceptions have come against Iowa State.
• Has 45 career starts.
RB ADAM ROBINSON
• Did not see action in win at Indiana due to injury.
• Became the 40th Iowa player to rush for over 1,000 career
yards with his play against Iowa State.
• Season totals include 941 yards and 10 touchdowns on
203 carries, rushing for over 100 yards in six of 10 games.
Eight career games with over 100 rushing yards. Ranks
13th in career rushing yards.
• Rushed 22 times for 108 yards and had four receptions for
16 yards at Northwestern.
• Had 32-yard scoring reception in win over Michigan State
for first career touchdown reception.
• Career totals include 384 carries for 1,775 yards and 15
touchdowns.
• Ranks fifth in the Big Ten and 28th in the nation in rushing
yards per game (94.1).
• Ranks fifth in the Big Ten in all-purpose yards (123.1).
• Rushed 20 times for 69 yards and had 32-yard scoring
reception vs. Michigan State.
• Rushed 23 times for 114 yards and a touchdown vs. Wis-
consin.
• Career-high 31 carries for 143 yards in 38-28 win at Michi-
gan, along with 61 yards on four pass receptions.
• Led Iowa’s rushing attack with 834 yards in 2009, despite
missing all of two games and portions of others. The yard-
age is the most ever for an Iowa freshman.
• Had 952 all-purpose yards in 2009, which ranks fifth best
for an Iowa freshman.
• His 156 rushing yards vs. Iowa State in 2010 are a career
high.
• Rushed 22 times for 115 yards and two touchdowns in win
over Ball State.
Broderick Binns, Jr., DE Ted Hendricks Award
Rotary Lombardi Award
Adrian Clayborn, Sr., DE One of four finalists,
Rotary Lombardi Award
One of 16 semifinalists,
Chuck Bednarik Award
Bronko Nagurski Trophy
Walter Camp Player of the Year
Ted Hendricks Award
Ryan Donahue, Sr., P One of 10 semifinalists,
Ray Guy Award
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Sr., WR Biletnikoff Award
Paul Hornung Award
Karl Klug, Sr., DT Outland Trophy

Daniel Murray, Sr., PK Lou Groza Award
Allen Reisner, Sr., TE One of eight semifinalists,
John Mackey Award

Tyler Sash, Jr., DB One of 10 semifinalists,
Jim Thorpe Award
Lott Trophy
Chuck Bednarik Award
Bronko Nagurski Trophy
Ricky Stanzi, Sr., QB One of five finalists,
Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
One of 16 semifinalists,
Maxwell Award
One of 16 semifinalists,
Davey O’Brien Award
Manning Award
Hawkeyes on Watch Lists
WR MARVIN MCNUTT, JR.
• Has 48 receptions for 752 yards and seven touchdowns in
2010, averaging 15.7 yards per catch.
• Has 15 career touchdown receptions to tie for fifth on career
list. Career totals include 83 receptions for 1,437 yards to
rank 20th in career yards.
• Seven catches for 92 yards and a touchdown vs. Ohio State.
• Seven catches for 72 yards and a touchdown at Northwest-
ern.
• Six receptions for 126 yards and a touchdown in win at
Indiana, including 52-yard scoring reception in final min-
utes for winning margin.
• Two receptions for 39 yards, including 22-yard scoring
reception, vs. Michigan State
• Seven receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown vs. Wis-
consin.
• Four receptions for 78 yards in 38-28 win at Michigan,
with a long of 34 yards.
• Four receptions for 93 yards in 24-3 win over Penn State.
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• Has scored two touchdowns or more in five of 10 games
in 2010.
P RYAN DONAHUE
• One of 10 semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award.
• Average of 44.3 yards per punt on 47 punts in 2010 to rank
third in Big Ten and 21st in nation.
• Averaged 41 yards on four punts vs. Ohio State, with a
long of 52 yards.
• Averaged 42.9 yards on seven punts at Northwestern,
including a 73-yard punt that ties as the 10th longest in
school history.
• Along with season-best 73-yard punt at Northwestern, has
a 71-yard punt as well.
• Nineteen of his punts have been downed inside the 20 and
opponents are averaging just 4.2 yards on 18 returns.
• The 73-yard punt at Northwestern is the fourth longest of
his career, as he has five of the 14 longest punts in school
history.
DT MIKE DANIELS
• Leads Iowa in both tackles for loss (11-56) and QB sacks
(4-31). Ranks fifth in the Big Ten in tackles for loss (1.0).
• Recorded a QB sack inside the Iowa 10-yard line in win
at Indiana.
• Five tackles at Northwestern.
• Two of his five tackles in win over Michigan State were
for loss.
• Named co-Defensive Player of the Week in the Big Ten
for his play vs. Ball State. Also named national defensive
Player of the Week by College Football Performance
Awards.
• Has recorded 40 tackles while starting seven of 11 games.
LB JEREMIHA HUNTER
• Has 255 career tackles (81 solo, 174 assists) to become
the 62nd Hawkeye player to reach 200 career stops (ranks
27th). Has 35 career starts, but missed Michigan State
game to injury.
• Led team with 11 tackles vs. Ohio State.
• Six tackles and third interception of career at Northwestern.
• Returned to action with eight tackles and two pass break-
ups in win at Indiana.
• Recorded nine tackles vs. Wisconsin.
• Recorded career-best 13 tackles in 38-28 win at Michigan.
• Leads team in tackles in 2010, recording 23 solo stops and
53 assists.
• Had fumble recovery that led to an Iowa touchdown in win
over Ball State, the fifth recovery of his career.
• Recovered fumble vs. Arizona to stop scoring opportunity
and turnover led to first Iowa touchdown.
• Second in the Big Ten with two fumble recoveries and is
10th in tackles per game.
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 fol-
lowing the 2008 season.
Iowa ranked 16th in graduation rate for its football student-athletes,
according to data collected by the NCAA among the 68 college foot-
ball teams that participated in the 34 college football bowl games.
Iowa’s graduation rate of 75% ranked third among teams that ap-
peared in the 2008 final top 25 rankings.
Iowa’s most current GSR of 79%, released in late October,
ranks third among teams currently ranked in the BCS top 25
and is 12 percentage points higher than the national average.
A year ago, Iowa’s GSR of 74% ranked second among the 10
teans that competed in 2010 BCS bowl games.
The graduation rate for Iowa’s 2009 nationally ranked football
program was 67 percent for the second consecutive year. The
national average was 55 percent.

THREE HAWKEYES EARN ACADEMIC HONORS
In 2008, three Iowa players were named to the ESPN The Magazine/
CoSIDA District Seven first all-academic team.
Under Kirk Ferentz in the last 11 years, 15 Hawkeye players have
combined to earn academic all-America honors on 28 occasions.
Four players, DL Aaron Kampman, OL Andy Lightfoot, LB Mike
Klinkenborg and DB Adam Shada, were three-time honorees. Cur-
rent senior Julian Vandervelde earned regional honors in each of the
past two seasons.
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.
HAWKEYES ON THE DEAN’S LIST, 2009-10
Steve Bigach Charlie Knipper Daniel Murray
Ryan Edwards Josh Koeppel Ross Peterson
Justin Greiner Jayme Murphy Julian Vandervelde

HAWKEYES WITH GPA OF 3.0 OR ABOVE, SPRING, 2010
Steve Bigach Mark Kelly Ross Petersen
Drew Clark Karl Klug Terrance Pryor
Adrian Clayborn Charlie Knipper Riley Reiff
Lebron Daniel Josh Koeppel Colin Sandeman
Ryan Edwards Casey Kreiter Kyle Steinbrecher
Adam Gettis Nick Kuchel Jack Swanson
Brett Greenwood Wade Leppert Jeff Tarpinian
Justin Greiner Brett Morse Louis Trinca-Pasat
Eric Guthrie Jayme Murphy Brett Van Sloten
Martin Hopkins Daniel Murray James Vandenberg
Cody Hundertmark Tyler Nielsen Julian Vandervelde
James Hurt Don Nordman Jason White

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN, 2009
A.J. Edds Jayme Murphy Jeff Tarpinian
Josh Koeppel Daniel Murray James Vandenberg
Nick Kuchel Tyler Nielsen Julian Vandervelde
Travis Meade Jack Swanson Jason White
Brett Morse
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Stanzi has led Iowa to a 25-8 record as the starting quar-
terback, which ranks second all-time among Iowa signal
callers in career victories. Iowa’s win at Indiana garnered
Stanzi his 14th conference victory to tie Matt Sherman, Matt
Rodgers and Drew Tate for second in school history behind
Chuck Long’s 24. Following are the records of Iowa’s top
quarterbacks:
Iowa Quarterback Victories
Quarterback Overall Big Ten
1. Chuck Long (1981-85) 33-13-1 (.713) 24-7-1 (.766)
2. Ricky Stanzi (2007-10) 25-8-0 (.758) 14-7 (.667)
3. Matt Sherman (1994-97) 24-10-0 (.706) 14-8-0 (.636)
4. Matt Rodgers (1988-91) 21-10-1 (.672) 14-8-0 (.636)
5. Drew Tate (2003-p) 21-13-0 (.618) 14-10-0 (.583)
TOP HAWKEYE PERFORMERS
• Senior TE Allen Reisner has 37 receptions for 385 yards
and two touchdowns. He was recently named one of eight
semifinalists for the John Mackey Award. Reisner had
four receptions in the opening game, three catches (66
yards) in the win over Iowa State and five catches for 53
yards against Ball State. He added three receptions for
29 yards vs. Penn State and two receptions for 15 yards at
Michigan. Reisner had five receptions in the first period
against Ball State. He matched his career high in yards
(66) and established a personal-high with six catches at
Northwestern.
• Senior LB Jeff Tarpinian has 44 stops in seven games,
including 12 at Arizona and 11 in the win over Iowa State.
Tarpinian missed Iowa’s opening game due to injury before
starting for the first time against Iowa State. He added a
team-best nine tackles in the win over Ball State before
playing just a few plays in the win over Penn State due
to injury. He did not play vs. Michigan, Wisconsin and
Ohio State and is not expected to play at Minnesota. He
collected three tackles in a return to limited action against
Michigan State and also saw limited action at Indiana. He
started at outside linebacker at Northwestern and recorded
eight tackles.
• Senior DT Karl Klug has 9.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 QB
sacks. Klug has registered 47 tackles, five quarterback
hurries, three pass break-ups and a forced fumble through
11 games. He forced a fumble and had eight tackles at
Michigan and had six tackles and two pass break-ups vs.
Wisconsin. He had seven tackles, including two QB sacks
and two QB pressures, at Northwestern.
• Junior DE Broderick Binns had his first career intercep-
tion in the loss at Arizona. He returned the theft 20 yards
for a touchdown that tied the score at 27-27 in the fourth
period. Binns has recorded 24 tackles in 10 games after
missing Iowa’s season-opening win.
• Senior DE Christian Ballard has played both end and tackle
throughout the season, recording 38 tackles. He has four
tackles for loss, two QB sacks, two pass break-ups and a
forced fumble. Ballard recorded six tackles in a win over
Penn State, five stops in the win at Indiana and vs. Ohio
State and four solo stops at Northwestern.
RECEIVING TAMDEM RANKS HIGH
Senior WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos and junior WR Mar-
vin McNutt, Jr., combine to give Iowa one of its top receiving
duo’s in school history. McNutt, Jr., has 48 catches for 752
yards and seven touchdowns, while Johnson-Koulianos has 43
receptions for 711 yards and nine scores. Johnson-Koulianos
is Iowa’s career leader in receptions and yards (170-2,582)
and McNutt, Jr., ranks 20th in receiving yards (83-1,437). In
career touchdowns, Johnson-Koulianos is tied for third and
McNutt, Jr., is tied for fifth. No two players have combined
for more touchdown receptions in a single season.
In Johnson-Koulianos and McNutt, Jr., Iowa has two players
with over 700 receiving yards in the same season for just the
seventh time. Following are those conbinations:
Year Player (Yds.) Player (Yds.) Total Yds. TD
1987 Early (1,004) Cook (803) 1,807 12
2002 Brown (966) Clark (742) 1,708 15
2004 Solomon (905) Hinkel (744) 1,649 13
1988 Harberts (880) Cook (767) 1,647 9
1983 Moritz (912) Harmon (729) 1,641 10
1985 Happel (901) Helverson (703) 1,604 13
2010 McNutt, Jr. (752) Jhn-Koulianos (711) 1,463 16
FRESHMEN MADE MARK AT INDIANA
Iowa has used nine true freshmen this season and that group
made its mark in Iowa’s 18-13 win at Indiana. James Morris
started at middle linebacker and recorded nine tackles and two
pass break-ups. Playing mostly on special teams, the group
of Anthony Hitchens, Don Shumpert, Christian Kirksey and
Tanner Miller combined to record six tackles. Mike Meyer
made 4-5 field goal attempts and added two tackles on kick
coverage. TE C.J. Fiedorowicz added a four-yard kickoff
return.
On offense, RB Marcus Coker started for the first time
and led the Hawkeyes with 129 rushing yards on 22 carries.
Redshirt freshman Shane DiBona started at outside linebacker
and recorded three tackles and redshirt freshman Brad Rogers
had two rushing attempts for nine yards. Coker and Rogers
rank second and fourth, respectively, in rushing yards through
10 games.
STANZI AMONG VETERAN RETURNING QBS
With 25 wins as Iowa’s starting quarterback, senior Ricky
Stanzi ranks sixth among FBS signal callers in victories.
Stanzi trails the following: Andy Dalton, TCU (40), Kellen
Moore, Boise State (36), Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech (32),
Terrell Pryor, Ohio State (29) and Colin Kaerpernick, Nevada
(29).
STANZI IN A CLUB OF HIS OWN
In leading Iowa to a 24-3 win over Penn State, Iowa senior
QB Ricky Stanzi improved to 3-0 as a starting quarterback
against the Nittany Lions. Stanzi is the only opposing quar-
terback to ever start three games against Penn State and lead
his team to wins in all three games. Iowa won 24-23 in 2008
on a last second field and won 21-10 a year ago at Penn State.
Stanzi played every offensive down in all three wins.
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• True freshman PK Mike Meyer scored the first point of
his career with a PAT in the first period against Ball State.
It was his first PAT attempt after he had handled just KO
duties in Iowa’s first three games. Meyer was 6-6 on PAT
kicks and added a 25-yard field goal, while also missing a
37-yard field goal from the left hash mark on his first career
attempt in the second period. He made his only field goal
attempt and two PAT kicks in the win over Penn State. He
connected from 30 yards in the closing minutes of the win
at Michigan. Meyer had a 40-yard field goal vs. Wisconsin
and a 37-yard field goal against Michigan State. He made
4-5 field goal attempts in the win at Indiana, including a
career-long 42-yard kick in the fourth quarter. He was
named Big Ten special teams Player of the Week. Meyer
hit a 32-yard field goal at Northwestern on his only attempt
and had a 31-yarded vs. Ohio State. He is second on the
team in scoring with 58 points and has made 11-14 field
goal attempts.
• Sophomore DB Micah Hyde had the first interception of his
career in the win over Ball State and he added his second
in Iowa’s win at Michigan. His third came against Ohio
State. He also forced a fumble later in the second period
vs. Ball State, with the recovery made by Iowa LB Jeremiha
Hunter. He scored his first career touchdown with a 66-
yard return for a touchdown against Michigan State, after
taking a pitch from DB Tyler Sash. He added 10 tackles,
along with two pass break-ups, in the win at Indiana. He
had a career-high 12 tackles (10 solo) at Northwestern and
had nine tackles against the Buckeyes. He has 70 tackles
for the season to rank second on the team.
• Junior DB Shaun Prater had his second interception of
the season in the win over Penn State, returning the theft
33 yards for Iowa’s final touchdown. He had his third in-
terception and a 42-yard return in the win over Michigan
State. Prater is tied for the team lead with four interceptions
after a theft against Ohio State that led to an Iowa touch-
down. He also had five tackles and two pass break-ups
vs. Ohio State. He had a career-high 10 tackles, including
seven solo stops, in the win at Indiana. Prater also has a
recovered fumble and has collected 57 tackles. Prater leads
the Big Ten and is 21st nationally in interceptions.
• Freshman LB James Morris has stepped into the starting
line-up the last four weeks. Morris collected nine tackles
in back-to-back wins over Michigan State and Indiana and
added seven tackles in a 24-3 win over Penn State. He
added a career-high 13 tackles at Northwestern, includ-
ing seven solo stops and a QB sack. He had nine tackles
against Ohio State in Iowa’s most recent outing.
IOWA GETS DEFENSIVE POINTS
Iowa’s defense has recorded three interception returns for
touchdowns. Those have been by DE Broderick Binns vs. Ari-
zona (20 yards), DB Shaun Prater vs. Penn State (33) and DB
Micah Hyde vs. Michigan State. Hyde had a 66-yard return
after DB Tyler Sash made the interception vs. the Spartans.
Hyde’s return ranks as the ninth longest in school history.
Iowa has had at least one pass interception return for a
touchdown in each of the last three seasons and in six of the
last seven years.
Last season, safety Tyler Sash had an 86-yard return for a
touchdown in a home win over Indiana. In 2008, DB Amari
Spievey returned an interception 57 yards for a touchdown
in a win at Minnesota.
IOWA FEATURES RETURN GAME
Through 11 games, Iowa is third in the Big Ten Conference
in kickoff returns (23.2) and fifth in punt returns (9.4).
Senior WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos is averaging 27.1
yards on 14 KO returns, which is second in the Big Ten and
19th nationally. He was second in the Big Ten in kick returns
a year ago. Johnson-Koulianos has 43 pass receptions for 711
yards and nine touchdowns. He has 1,128 all-purpose yards.
Senior WR Colin Sandeman is averaging 8.3 yards on 15
punt returns to rank third in the Big Ten and 40th in the na-
tion. He was also second in the Big Ten in punt returns in
2009. Sandeman also has 16 pass receptions for 173 yards
and two touchdowns. Sandeman did not play at Northwestern
but returned to action against Ohio State.
IOWA MATCHES ATTENDANCE RECORD
Iowa sold all tickets for its seven home games, matching
the school record by averaging 70,585 fans per contest. Iowa
issued over 59,000 season tickets, which included more
than 10,000 student tickets. Iowa also averaged 70,585 for
all home games in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Iowa has sold out
Kinnick Stadium 49 of the last 51 home games.
HAWKEYE WIN STREAK
Iowa has won 22 of its last 28 games and 24 of 31, dating
back to the middle of the 2008 season.
Iowa had a 24-5 stretch from the 2001 Alamo Bowl through
the first two games of the 2004 season. Iowa posted a 22-
2-2 mark between 1956-58. Iowa is 13-5 in its last 18 Big
Ten games.
Iowa’s school record of 20 straight wins occurred between
1920-23.
DOMINANT AT HOME
Iowa has won 49 of its last 60 games (.817) in Kinnick Sta-
dium, dating back to the 2002 season, including a 5-2 mark
in 2010. The 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 and 20-17 in
2010), Northwestern (21-7 in 2006, 22-17 in 2008 and 17-10
in 2009), Wisconsin (24-21 in 2006 and 31-30 in 2010) 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 44-9 (.830) home record from 2002 thru 2009 ranked
as the 11th-best home winning percentage in the nation and
second in the Big Ten to Ohio State.
Iowa was 6-1 at home in 2009, with wins over Northern
Iowa, Arizona, Arkansas State, Michigan, Indiana and Min-
nesota and a loss to Northwestern. Iowa is 17-4 at home since
the start of the 2008 season.
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IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP
Iowa’s Leadership Group for the 2010 season includes seven
seniors, four juniors, two 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 Adrian Clayborn, Brett Greenwood,
Karl Klug, Brett Morse, Ricky Stanzi, Jeff Tarpinian and Ju-
lian Vandervelde; juniors Broderick Binns, Marvin McNutt,
Tyler Nielsen and Tyler Sash; sophomores Greg Castillo and
James Vandenberg; redshirt freshmen Shane DiBona and Brett
Van Sloten; and first-year freshman James Morris.
HAWKEYES EARN FIRST CAREER START
Thirteen Iowa players have started for the first time this
season, including OL James Ferentz, OL Nolan MacMillan,
OL Markus Zusevics, DL Mike Daniels, DB Micah Hyde,
LB Bruce Davis, LB Tyler Nielsen, LB Jeff Tarpinian, FB
Brad Rogers, LB James Morris, LB Shane DiBona, OL Josh
Koeppel and RB Marcus Coker.
Returning players who started every game last season in-
clude P Ryan Donahue, K Daniel Murray, FB Brett Morse,
DE Adrian Clayborn, DT Karl Klug, DT Christian Ballard,
DE Broderick Binns, and SS Tyler Sash. Iowa had 12 players
start all 13 games in 2009 and 13 players (six defense, seven
offense) start all 11 games in 2010.
NEW FACES ON THE FIELD
Iowa has played nine true freshmen, including TE C.J.
Fiedorowicz, LB James Morris, LB Christian Kirksey, DB
B.J. Lowery, DB Tanner Miller, PK Mike Meyer, RB Marcus
Coker, DB Anthony Hitchens and WR Don Shumpert. Iowa
played just three true freshmen in 2009. The Hawkeyes
played seven true freshmen in 2000, 2003 and 2008.
In addition to the true freshmen, others who have seen the
first action of their career this season include P Eric Guthrie,
DL Joe Forgy, QB John Wienke, FB Jacob Reisen, TE Zach
Furlong, DL Joe Gaglione, DL Thomas Nardo, DB Tom Do-
natell, LB Shane DiBona, FB Brad Rogers, DL Steve Bigach,
OL Conor Boffeli, OL Matt Tobin, OL Casey McMillan, OL
Brett Van Sloten, OL Woody Orne, DE Dominic Alvis, TE
Zach Derby, WR Joe Audlehelm, OL Drew Clark and LB
Dakota Getz.
HAWKEYES TO WATCH
Nine Hawkeye players were named to 20 different preseason
“Watch Lists” for individual national awards. Those players
include junior DE Broderick Binns (Ted Hendricks, Rotary
Lombardi), senior DE Adrian Clayborn (Walter Camp, Ted
Hendricks, Chuck Bednarik, Rotary Lombardi, Bronko Na-
gurski), senior punter Ryan Donahue (Ray Guy), senior WR
Johnson-Koulianos (Paul Hornung, Fred Biletnikoff), senior
DT Karl Klug (Outland Trophy), senior PK Daniel Murray
(Lou Groza), junior DB Tyler Sash (Jim Thorpe, Chuck
Bednarik, Lott Trophy, Bronko Nagurski), senior TE Allen
Reisner (Mackey) and senior QB Ricky Stanzi (Maxwell,
Davey O’Brien, Manning).
Iowa is one of three programs (joining Oklahoma and Texas)
to have five different individual players earn national Player
of the Year honors at their position since 2002.
IOWA LIKES STARTING ON OFFENSE
Iowa has started on offense in 123 of its last 141 games.
Iowa games vs. Wisconsin (10/23/10), Ohio State (11/14/09),
Indiana (10/31/09), Purdue (11/15/08), Penn State (11/08/08),
Wisconsin (10/10/08), Minnesota (11/10/07), at Northwest-
ern (11/3/07), vs. Michigan State (10/27/07), at Penn State
(10/6/07), vs. Iowa State (9/16/06), vs. Minnesota (11/19/05),
vs. Michigan (10/22/05), at Purdue (10/8/05), at Minnesota
(11/13/04), vs. Purdue (11/6/04), at Miami, OH (9/7/02) and
at Michigan State (9/27/03) are the only contests that the
Hawkeyes didn’t start on offense. Iowa won 13 of those 18
games.
Iowa started the game on offense in 125 of 147 games under
Kirk Ferentz, 11 of 13 games in 2009 and 10 of 11 games
this season. Iowa has scored on its first possession in six
games and Iowa’s opponents have scored on their first drive
in five games.
HAWKEYE NOTES
• Iowa, in 2009, won four games by three points or less for
the first time ever in a single season. Iowa was 4-1 in 2009
when trailing after three periods and 1-1 when tied after
three quarters. Iowa blocked two field goal attempts in the
final seconds of a win over Northern Iowa and scored on
the final play in a win at Michigan State. The Hawkeyes
lost at Ohio State in overtime.
• Iowa, in 2010, has four losses by a combined total of 15
points, including three losses in Big Ten play by a com-
bined eight points. Iowa was tied in the fourth quarter at
Arizona before a 34-27 loss and led in the fourth quarter
of losses to Wisconsin (30-31), Northwestern (17-21) and
Ohio State (17-20.
• Dating back to 2008, Iowa has won nine of its last 12
games away from Iowa City, with two of the three losses
to ranked teams. A six-game win streak was snapped in the
overtime loss at eighth-ranked Ohio State last November
and Iowa lost at 18th-ranked Arizona and at Northwestern
this season. The streak included wins at Minnesota, Iowa
State, Penn State, Wisconsin and Michigan State, along
with a victory over South Carolina in the 2009 Outback
Bowl. The road winning streak was the longest for Iowa
since the Hawkeyes won all five of their road games dur-
ing the 2002 regular season. That streak was six straight
games away from home, including the 2001 Alamo Bowl.
Iowa’s five road opponents last season were a combined
26-9 (.743) at home. Outside of the game against Iowa,
those five teams were 25-5 (.833) at home.
• Iowa had won 10 straight games over the last four seasons
with a trophy on the line before the 31-30 loss to Wisconsin.
That streak began with a win over Minnesota in 2007 for
possession of Floyd of Rosedale. Iowa also won the battle
for Floyd in both 2008 and 2009 and the Cy-Hawk (Iowa
State) the last three years. Iowa has won the Heartland
Trophy (Wisconsin) in 2008 and 2009. The streak included
wins in the 2009 Outback and 2010 FedEx Orange bowls.
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• Iowa’s roster includes 21 players who played quarterback
in high school. That list includes seven members of the
normal starting line-up, including QB Ricky Stanzi, WR
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., FB
Brett Morse, LB Jeff Tarpinian, DB Micah Hyde and DB
Brett Greenwood.
• Iowa’s 2009 win at No. 4/5 ranked Penn State marked
Iowa’s first road win over a team ranked in the top five
since 1990. That season the Hawkeyes scored a 54-28 win
at fifth-ranked Illinois. Iowa concluded the 2009 season
with a neutral site win over ninth-ranked Georgia Tech in
the Orange Bowl.
PROGRAM NOTES
• Iowa is one of eight college football programs in the nation
to compete in six January bowl games over the last eight
seasons. Iowa’s 24-14 win in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl
marked the second BCS bowl appearance since 2002 and
fifth win in a January bowl game since 2003.
• Iowa is bowl eligible for the 10th straight season. The
Hawkeyes have played in eight bowl games since 2001.
Iowa played in the 2001 Alamo Bowl, 2003 Orange Bowl,
2004 Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2006 Out-
back Bowl, 2006 Alamo Bowl, 2009 Outback Bowl and
2010 Orange Bowl.
• Iowa earned Big Ten Conference championships in 2002
and 2004 and placed second in 2009.
• Iowa has ranked in the top 10 in the final Associated Press
and CNN/USA Today coaches polls in four of the past
eight seasons, including a ranking of seventh in both polls
at the conclusion of the 2009 season. Iowa ranked eighth
in 2002, 2003 and 2004 and the Hawkeyes were also 20th
in 2008.
• Iowa established a school record with 11 wins in 2002 (11-
2) and matched that record in 2009. Iowa, in 2009, won
10 regular season games for just the fourth time in school
history.
• Iowa won 10 or more games in three consecutive years
(2002-04) for first time in school history.
• Iowa compiled an eight-year record of 70-31 (.693), 2002-
09, second best in the Big Ten. The 70 victories tie as the
16th best total in the nation.
• Iowa posted a 42-22 Big Ten record from 2002-09, which
ranks second among league teams over the last eight sea-
sons.
• Kirk Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year
three times (2002, 2004 & 2009) and he was named Na-
tional Coach of the Year in 2002. Ferentz joins Michigan’s
Bo Schembechler (four) and Iowa’s Hayden Fry (three)
and Penn State’s Joe Paterno (three) as the only coaches
to be honored in more than two seasons.
• With five bowl victories, Kirk Ferentz ranks fifth all-time
among Big Ten Conference coaches in bowl wins.
• Four of Iowa’s five bowl wins under Coach Kirk Ferentz
have been in January. Under Ferentz, the Hawkeyes have
bowl wins over teams from the Southeastern (three), Big
12 and Atlantic Coast conferences.
• Iowa is one of 11 Division I programs to have the same
full-time coaching staff for a third straight year or more in
2010. The others include Baylor, Indiana, Navy, Nebraska,
North Carolina State, Penn State, Alabama-Birmingham,
Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
• Iowa has had national award winners in: Robert Gallery
(2003 Outland, Top Lineman); Brad Banks (2002 Davey
O’Brien, Top Quarterback; 2002 Associated Press Na-
tional 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 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 JOINS ANOTHER TOP 20
Iowa has 77 wins since the start of the 2002 season, which
ties as the 17th highest total in Division I football. The list
includes the following: Boise State (104); USC (98); Ohio
State (97); Texas (95); Oklahoma (95); LSU (91); TCU (90);
Virginia Tech (89); Georgia (87); Florida (87); Auburn (83);
Utah (83); West Virginia (83); Wisconsin (81); Boston College
(79); Alabama (78); IOWA (77); Texas Tech (77); Miami, FL
(76); and Penn State (74).
BEST DECADE FOR IOWA FOOTBALL
Iowa’s football record in the 2000 decade was 80-45 (.640),
a record that ranks as the best decade in Iowa football history,
based on total wins. Iowa posted a record of 77-40-4 (.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. Cur-
rent Coach Kirk Ferentz replaced Fry, leading the program for
the last 11 seasons. Ferentz also served as Iowa’s offensive
line coach from 1981-89 under Fry.
In a January, 2010 release, espn.com ranked Big Ten pro-
grams over the last decade in the following order: Ohio State,
Iowa, Michigan, Penn State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Northwest-
ern, Minnesota, Michigan State, Illinois and Indiana. Factors
such as Big Ten titles, BCS bowl appearances, bowl record
and number of losing seasons played a role in the rankings.
DEPTH CHART INCLUDES NINE WALK-ONS
Iowa’s depth chart includes nine players who originally
joined the program as a walk-on. That includes four players
on defense, two on offense and three specialists. The list
includes OL Kyle Haganman, OL Josh Koeppel, DL Thomas
Nardo, DB Brett Greenwood, DB Tom Donatell, LB Ross
Petersen, P Eric Guthrie, PK Mike Meyer and LS Andrew
Schulze.
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BIG PLAY HAWKEYES
Iowa had one pass play and one rushing play of at least 20
yards against Ohio State, plus a 31-yard field goal. Iowa has
had 33 pass plays, 10 rushing plays, 16 KO returns, one punt
return, a blocked punt return, a blocked field goal return, five
interception returns and 11 field goals of at least 20 yards.
Ohio State had four passing plays of at least 20 yards, but no
rushing plays. Iowa’s opponents have had 23 passing plays,
only four rushing plays and 23 KO returns of 20 yards or more.
IOWA BY QUARTERS
Iowa holds scoring advantages in the first (85-34), second
(96-36), third (71-28) and fourth (73-72) quarters. Iowa has
posted one shutout (Ball State), allowed Penn State just three
points, Michigan State six points and Eastern Illinois and
Iowa State seven points. Only Wisconsin (14), Indiana (7)
and Ohio State (7) have scored in the third quarter.
ON THE AVERAGE
Iowa averaged 5.2 yards on first down, 3.4 yards on second
down and 5.5 on third down against Ohio State, along with
a gain of 19 yards on its only fourth down attempt. In 11
games, Iowa is averaging 6.7 yards on 324 first down plays,
5.4 yards on 227 second down plays, 6.1 yards on 139 third
down plays and six yards on 10 fourth down plays, converting
5-10 fourth down attempts.
AVERAGE SCORING DRIVES
Iowa’s three scoring drives vs. Ohio State averaged 6.7
plays, 59.7 yards and 3:42 in elapsed time. Iowa’s 49 scoring
drives in 11 games have averaged 7.3 plays, 63.1 yards and
3:32 in elapsed time.
Iowa’s opponents have 27 scoring drives, averaging 9.7
plays, 67.6 yards and 3:57 in elapsed time.
IOWA IN THE RED ZONE
Iowa was 3-3 in the red zone vs. Ohio State, collecting a
field goal, a rushing touchdown and a passing touchdown. For
the season, Iowa is 37-42 in the red zone, scoring 13 rushing
touchdowns, 15 passing touchdowns and nine field goals.
Iowa lost a fumble in the red zone and ended the game in
the red zone against Eastern Illinois, had a missed field goal
vs. Ball State and Indiana and a fumbled snap on a potential
field goal attempt vs. Wisconsin.
Iowa has scored on 100 of the last 111 red zone possessions
(67 TDs and 33 FGs), dating back to the Michigan State game
in 2008. Iowa is 81-91 (.890) combined inside the red zone
its last 27 games.
Iowa opponents are 24-32 in the red zone, with 10 passing
touchdowns, eight rushing touchdowns and six field goals.
POINTS OFF TURNOVERS
Iowa scored seven points following two interceptions
against Ohio State.
For the season, Iowa has scored 95 points following 23
opponent turnovers, which includes 14 points following two
blocked kicks.
Iowa has seven turnovers (three fumbles, four interceptions)
in 11 games, allowing 14 points following those turnovers.
Iowa has recorded at least one takeaway in 54 of its last 59
games, dating back to the 2006 campaign. That includes at
least one turnover in 10 of 11 games in 2010 and 11 of 13
games in 2009.
HAWKEYES ON THE TUBE
All Iowa football games this season will be televised on
either ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or the Big Ten Network.
The last Iowa contest not televised was vs. Minnesota on
Nov. 17, 2001. Iowa has appeared on television in its last
114 games.
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 sched-
ules 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 infor-
mation 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-pro-
tected. Contact the conference office for more information.
WATCHING FROM ABOVE
Iowa’s coaches in the press box are Lester Erb (running back
and special teams), along with quality control Scott South-
mayd and graduate assistant coaches David Raih and Charlie
Bullen. That leaves Ken O’Keefe (offensive coordinator),
Erik Campbell (receivers and tight ends), Phil Parker (defen-
sive backs), Reese Morgan (offensive line), Darrell Wilson
(linebackers and special teams), Rick Kaczenski (defensive
line) and Eric Johnson (assistant linebackers) on the sidelines.
Due to health reasons, Defensive Coordinator Norm Parker
coached from the press box in Iowa’s final four regular season
games in 2009. He returned to the press box for the Michigan
State game after missing six games, but did not travel to Indi-
ana. He coached from the press box in Iowa’s last two games.
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.
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HOME GROWN HAWKEYES
Iowa’s roster of 120 players includes 53 players from Iowa.
The roster includes 14 players from Illinois; 13 from Ohio;
five from Minnesota and Missouri; four from Florida; three
from Maryland and Wisconsin; two from Indiana, Michigan,
Nebraska, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Dakota and
Texas; one from Georgia, Kansas, Massachusetts and Mon-
tana and one from Australia and Canada.
MORE THAN ONE
Seventeen high schools have contributed more than one
player to the current Iowa football roster. The leader is Iowa
City High (Iowa) with seven. Those with three include Regina
HS in Iowa City; and Glenville (Ohio). Fourteen other high
schools have two players on the roster, with six of those 13
in Iowa.
BROTHER ACT
Iowa has three sets of brothers on the roster. That includes
A.J. and Zach Derby from Iowa City, Nick and Tyler Nielsen
from Humboldt and Broderick and Marcus Binns from St.
Paul, MN. A.J. and Zach’s father, John, was an Iowa line-
backer (1988-91).
THE NAME GAME
James is the most popular first name on the Iowa roster,
with that list including Ferentz, Hurt, Morris, Vandenberg
and Jim Poggi. There are four named John (John Chelf and
Wienke, Jonathan Gimm, Jonny Mullings); Marcus/Markus
(Binns, Coker, Kloos, Zusevics) and Mike/Michael (Daniels,
Hardy, Meyer and Stoeker). In addition, four players use
initials, including A.J. Derby, B.J. Lowery, C.J. Fiedorowicz
and T.J. Fisher.
There are three Brett’s (Greenwood, Morse, Van Sloten);
three Joe’s (Audlehelm, Forgy and Gaglione); three Jordan’s
(Bernstine, Cotton and Price); and three named Thomas/Tom/
Tommy (Gaul, Nardo and Donatell).
There are two named Adam (Gettis and Robinson); Andrew/
Andy (Donnal and Schulze); Anthony (Ferguson, Jr. and
Hitchens); Brad (Herman and Rogers); Brandon (Scherff and
Wegher); Casey (Kreiter and McMillan); Christian (Ballard
and Kirksey); Colin/Collin (Sandeman and Sleeper); Don
(Nordman and Shumpert); Kyle (Haganman and Steinbrech-
er); Matt/Matthew (Meyers and Tobin); Nick (Kuchel and
Nielsen); Steve/Steven (Bigach and Staggs); Tyler (Nielsen
and Sash) and Zach (Derby and Furlong).
THE HAWKEYES, SIZE WISE
The two lightest Hawkeye players, weighing 170 pounds,
include junior WR Paul Chaney, Jr. and freshman WR John
Chelf. Freshman OL Brandon Scherff is the heaviest at 310
pounds. A total of eight Hawkeye players are listed over
300 pounds.
The tallest players, at 6-7, are freshman OL Andrew Don-
nal, freshman TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, sophomore OL Brett Van
Sloten and freshman TE Austin Vier. The shortest player, at
5-8, is freshman De’Andre Johnson.
The average Hawkeye player is 6-2 and weighs 233 pounds.
That is the exact same height and two pounds heavier than
the average Iowa player in 2009.
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 Uni-
versity 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 STATS ON THE INTERNET
Statistics and play-by-play accounts of every Iowa foot-
ball 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.
IOWA TV SATELLITE SERVICE
Each Tuesday Iowa offers video highlights of Coach Kirk
Ferentz’s weekly news conference, plus player clips & high-
lights, via satellite. The time is from 3:30 to 3:45 p.m. (CT).
The satellite feed will be available on AMC 3, Transponder
3, C-Band Analog.
WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCES
Head Coach Kirk Ferentz holds his weekly press confer-
ences 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 Fe-
rentz’s comments will be e-mailed to Iowa’s football media
e-mail list 2-3 hours after the press conference.
HAWKEYES WILL AWAIT BOWL DESTINATION
Iowa is bowl eligible for the 10th consecutive season and
will wait until the conclusion of the season to learn of its bowl
destination. Coach Ferentz and player interview opportunities
will be announced at a later date.
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TEAM
Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week by FWAA
vs. Michigan State
Fifth in preseason rankings by About.com
Fifth in preseason rankings by Playboy Magazine
Sixth in preseason rankings by Sports Illustrated
Eighth in preseason rankings by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
Eighth in preseason rankings by nationalchamps.net
Ninth in Associated Press preseason rankings
Tenth in Grantland Rice (FWAA) preseason rankings
Tenth is USA Today Coaches preseason poll
Tenth in preseason rankings by Lindy’s Football Preview
12th in preseason rankings by Athlon’s
13th in preseason rankings by Sporting News
Second in Big Ten Conference by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
Second in Big Ten Conference by media at Big Ten Kickoff
COACH KIRK FERENTZ
One of seven coaches on Watch List for 2010 Bobby Dodd
Coach of the Year Award
CHRISTIAN BALLARD
First team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
BRODERICK BINNS
Named to preseason Watch List for Ted Hendricks Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Rotary Lombardi Award
ADRIAN CLAYBORN
One of four finalists for 2010 Rotary Lombardi Award
One of 16 semifinal candidates for Chuck Bednarik Award
Big Ten defensive Player of the Week vs. Penn State
Honorable Mention defensive Performer of the Week vs. Penn
State by College Football Performance Awards
Named to preseason Watch List for Walter Camp Player of the Year
Named to preseason Watch List for Ted Hendricks Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Chuck Bednarik Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Rotary Lombardi Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Bronko Nagurski Trophy
First team preseason all-America by Sports Illustrated
First team preseason all-America by Sporting News
First team preseason all-America by Playboy Magazine
First team preseason all-America by College Football Insiders
First team preseason all-America by Lindy’s Football Preview
First team preseason all-America by The Kickoff
Second team preseason all-America by NationalChamps.net
First team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
First team preseason all-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
MIKE DANIELS
Big Ten co-defensive Player of the Week vs. Ball State
National defensive Performer of the Week vs. Ball State by
College Football Performance Awards
RYAN DONAHUE
One of 10 semifinal candidates for Ray Guy Award
Honorable mention Punter of the Week vs. Northwestern by
College Football Performance Awards
National Punter of the Week vs. Wisconsin by College Foot-
ball Performance Awards
Named to preseason Watch List for Ray Guy Award
Honorable mention preseason all-America by College Football Insiders
First team preseason all-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
BRETT GREENWOOD
Honorable mention pre-season all-America by NationalChamps.net
Second team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
BRAD HERMAN
Honorable Mention Tight End of the Week vs. Michigan State by
College Football Performance Awards
JEREMIHA HUNTER
First team preseason all-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
Second team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
MICAH HYDE
Honorable Mention Defensive Back of the Week vs. Michigan
State by College Football Performance Awards
DERRELL JOHNSON-KOULIANOS
Honorable Mention Wide Receiver of the Week vs. Michigan by
College Football Performance Awards
Named to preseason Watch List for Paul Horning Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Biletnikoff Award
Honorable mention preseason all-America by College Football Insiders
KARL KLUG
Named to preseason Watch List for Outland Trophy
Honorable mention preseason all-America by College Football Insiders
First team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
MIKE MEYER
Big Ten Conference Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Indiana
Co-national Place Kicker of the Week vs. Northwestern by College
Football Performance Awards
Honorable Place Kicker of the Week vs. Iowa State by College
Football Performance Awards
DANIEL MURRAY
Named to preseason Watch List for Lou Groza Award
TYLER NIELSEN
Named to ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District Seven first
team
PAKI O’MEARA
Big Ten special teams Player of the Week vs. Eastern Illinois
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SHAUN PRATER
Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week vs. Michigan
State
Honorable Mention Defensive Back of the Week vs. Penn State
and Michigan State by College Football Performance Awards
Second team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
RILEY REIFF
First team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
ALLEN REISNER
One of eight semifinal candidates for John Mackey Award
Honorable Mention Tight End of the Week vs. Northwestern and
Iowa State by College Football Performance Awards
ADAM ROBINSON
Honorable Mention Running Back of the Week vs. Iowa State by
College Football Performance Awards
COLIN SANDEMAN
Second team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated (punt returner)
TYLER SASH
One of 10 semifinal candidates for Jim Thorpe Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Chuck Bednarik Award
Named to Lott Trophy preseason Watch List
Named to preseason Watch List for Jim Thorpe Award
Named to preseason Watch List for Bronko Nagurski Trophy
First team preseason all-America by Lindy’s Football Preview
First team preseason all-America by NationalChamps.net
Second team preseason all-America by Sporting News
Second team preseason all-America by The Kickoff
Third team preseason all-America by College Football Insiders
First team all-Big Ten by Sports Illustrated
First team preseason all-Big Ten by Blue Ribbon Yearbook
RICKY STANZI
One of five finalists for Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
One of 16 semifinal candidates for the Maxwell Award
One of 16 semi-final candidates for the Davey O’Brien Award
Big Ten offensive Player of the Week vs. Michigan
Honorable Mention Quarterback of the Week vs. Ball State,
Michigan, Wisconsin and Michigan State by College Football
Performance Awards
Named to preseason Watch List for Maxwell Award
Named to Davey O’Brien Award preseason Watch List
Named to Manning Award preseason Watch List
Named to preseason list for Premier Player of College Football
JEFFF TARPINIAN
Named to ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District Seven first
team
JULIAN VANDERVELDE
Named to ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District Seven first
team
Season Statistics Includes 11 Games
Overall Conference
Date Opponent Score Record Record Time Attend
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Sept. 4 Eastern Illinois W, 37-7 1-0 0-0 2:43 70,585
Sept. 11 Iowa State W, 35-7 2-0 0-0 3:10 70,585
Sept. 18 at Arizona L, 27-34 2-1 0-0 3:34 57,864
Sept. 25 Ball State W, 45-0 3-1 0-0 2:59 70,585
*Oct. 2 Penn State W, 24-3 4-1 1-0 2:56 70,585
*Oct. 16 at Michigan W, 38-28 5-1 2-0 3:23 112,784
*Oct. 23 Wisconsin L, 30-31 5-2 2-1 3:23 70,585
*Oct. 30 Michigan State W, 37-6 6-2 3-1 3:11 70,585
*Nov. 6 at Indiana W, 18-13 7-2 4-1 3:05 42,991
*Nov. 13 at Northwestern L, 17-21 7-3 4-2 3:09 47,130
*Nov. 20 Ohio State L, 17-20 7-4 4-3 3:09 70,585
*Nov. 27 at Minnesota
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Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Team Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
All games
Team Statistics IOWA OPP
SCORING 325 170
Points Per Game 29.5 15.5
FIRST DOWNS 226 195
Rushing 95 73
Passing 115 110
Penalty 16 12
RUSHING YARDAGE 1613 1026
Yards gained rushing 1850 1264
Yards lost rushing 237 238
Rushing Attempts 385 332
Average Per Rush 4.2 3.1
Average Per Game 146.6 93.3
TDs Rushing 14 8
PASSING YARDAGE 2722 2397
Comp-Att-Int 205-314-4 243-395-17
Average Per Pass 8.7 6.1
Average Per Catch 13.3 9.9
Average Per Game 247.5 217.9
TDs Passing 24 11
TOTAL OFFENSE 4335 3423
Total Plays 699 727
Average Per Play 6.2 4.7
Average Per Game 394.1 311.2
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 24-558 49-1101
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-178 18-75
INT RETURNS: #-Yards 17-243 4-110
KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.2 22.5
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 9.4 4.2
INT RETURN AVERAGE 14.3 27.5
FUMBLES-LOST 9-3 7-4
PENALTIES-Yards 58-446 73-660
Average Per Game 40.5 60.0
PUNTS-Yards 49-2116 63-2583
Average Per Punt 43.2 41.0
Net punt average 37.6 37.2
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:49 29:11
3RD-DOWN Conversions 63/138 58/156
3rd-Down Pct 46% 37%
4TH-DOWN Conversions 5/10 9/16
4th-Down Pct 50% 56%
SACKS BY-Yards 19-149 19-136
MISC YARDS 37 0
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 21
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 11-14 8-11
ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0
RED-ZONE SCORES (37-42) 88% (24-33) 73%
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (28-42) 67% (18-33) 55%
PAT-ATTEMPTS (38-41) 93% (20-20) 100%
ATTENDANCE 494095 260769
Games/Avg Per Game 7/70585 4/65192
Neutral Site Games 0/0
Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total
Iowa Hawkeyes 85 96 71 73 0 325
Opponents 34 36 28 72 0 170
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
All games
Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g
Robinson, Adam 10 203 993 52 941 4.6 10 75 94.1
Coker, Marcus 5 60 330 17 313 5.2 1 26 62.6
Hampton, Jewel 2 27 117 3 114 4.2 1 17 57.0
Rogers, Brad 10 11 75 0 75 6.8 0 18 7.5
Chaney, Jr., P. 11 5 59 1 58 11.6 0 19 5.3
O'Meara, Paki 9 10 57 1 56 5.6 0 10 6.2
Jn-Koulianos, D 11 4 43 6 37 9.2 0 17 3.4
Vandenberg, J. 3 6 32 0 32 5.3 0 9 10.7
White, Jason 9 1 14 0 14 14.0 0 14 1.6
Morse, Brett 10 3 13 0 13 4.3 0 5 1.3
McNutt, Marvin 11 1 5 0 5 5.0 0 5 0.5
Sandeman, Colin 10 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.3
Donahue, Ryan 11 1 0 4 -4 -4.0 0 0 -0.4
Stanzi, Ricky 11 43 109 130 -21 -0.5 2 26 -1.9
TEAM 11 9 0 23 -23 -2.6 0 0 -2.1
Total 11 385 1850 237 1613 4.2 14 75 146.6
Opponents 11 332 1264 238 1026 3.1 8 36 93.3
Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g
Stanzi, Ricky 11 163.17 200-302-4 66.2 2677 23 70 243.4
Vandenberg, J. 3 151.00 5-8-0 62.5 45 1 14 15.0
TEAM 11 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
McNutt, Marvin 11 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Wienke, John 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total 11 160.78 205-314-4 65.3 2722 24 70 247.5
Opponents 11 113.08 243-395-17 61.5 2397 11 49 217.9
Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g
McNutt, Marvin 11 48 752 15.7 7 66 68.4
Jn-Koulianos, D 11 43 711 16.5 9 70 64.6
Reisner, Allen 11 37 385 10.4 2 55 35.0
Robinson, Adam 10 24 290 12.1 1 48 29.0
Sandeman, Colin 10 16 173 10.8 2 19 17.3
Herman, Brad 11 9 154 17.1 0 56 14.0
Davis, Keenan 11 9 114 12.7 1 20 10.4
Morse, Brett 10 8 54 6.8 1 18 5.4
Hampton, Jewel 2 3 6 2.0 1 4 3.0
Coker, Marcus 5 2 23 11.5 0 12 4.6
Rogers, Brad 10 2 15 7.5 0 11 1.5
Derby, Zach 8 1 17 17.0 0 17 2.1
Chaney, Jr., P. 11 1 15 15.0 0 15 1.4
Nordman, Don 11 1 14 14.0 0 14 1.3
Stanzi, Ricky 11 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 -0.1
Total 11 205 2722 13.3 24 70 247.5
Opponents 11 243 2397 9.9 11 49 217.9
Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg
Sandeman, Colin 15 125 8.3 0 21
Chaney, Jr., P. 3 11 3.7 0 12
O'Meara, Paki 1 42 42.0 1 42
Total 19 178 9.4 1 42
Opponents 18 75 4.2 0 13
Interceptions no. yds avg td lg
Prater, Shaun 4 80 20.0 1 42
Greenwood, B. 4 23 5.8 0 15
Hyde, Micah 3 70 23.3 1 66
Sash, Tyler 2 42 21.0 0 36
Johnson, Troy 1 4 4.0 0 4
Hunter, J. 1 4 4.0 0 4
Binns, B. 1 20 20.0 1 20
Nielsen, Tyler 1 0 0.0 0 0
Total 17 243 14.3 3 66
Opponents 4 110 27.5 1 85
Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg
Jn-Koulianos, D 14 380 27.1 0 40
Davis, Keenan 7 134 19.1 0 22
Sandeman, Colin 1 14 14.0 0 14
Chaney, Jr., P. 1 26 26.0 0 26
Fiedorowicz, C. 1 4 4.0 0 4
Total 24 558 23.2 0 40
Opponents 49 1101 22.5 1 100
Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lg
Total 0 0 0.0 0 0
Opponents 0 0 0.0 0 0
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
All games
PAT
Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts
Robinson, Adam 11 - - - - - - - 66
Meyer, Mike - 11-14 25-27 - - - - - 58
Jn-Koulianos, D 9 - - - - - - - 54
McNutt, Marvin 7 - - - - - - - 42
Mossbrucker, T. - - 13-14 - - - - - 13
Sandeman, Colin 2 - - - - - - - 12
Hampton, Jewel 2 - - - - - - - 12
Stanzi, Ricky 2 - - - - 0-1 - - 12
Reisner, Allen 2 - - - - - - - 12
Coker, Marcus 1 - - - - - - - 6
Morse, Brett 1 - - - - - - - 6
Binns, B. 1 - - - - - - - 6
O'Meara, Paki 1 - - - - - - - 6
Hyde, Micah 1 - - - - - - - 6
Davis, Keenan 1 - - - - - - - 6
Prater, Shaun 1 - - - - - - - 6
TEAM - - - - - - - 1 2
Total 42 11-14 38-41 - - 0-1 - 1 325
Opponents 21 8-11 20-20 - - 0-1 - - 170
Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g
Stanzi, Ricky 11 345 -21 2677 2656 241.5
Robinson, Adam 10 203 941 0 941 94.1
Coker, Marcus 5 60 313 0 313 62.6
Hampton, Jewel 2 27 114 0 114 57.0
Vandenberg, J. 3 14 32 45 77 25.7
Rogers, Brad 10 11 75 0 75 7.5
Chaney, Jr., P. 11 5 58 0 58 5.3
O'Meara, Paki 9 10 56 0 56 6.2
Jn-Koulianos, D 11 4 37 0 37 3.4
White, Jason 9 1 14 0 14 1.6
Morse, Brett 10 3 13 0 13 1.3
McNutt, Marvin 11 2 5 0 5 0.5
Sandeman, Colin 10 1 3 0 3 0.3
Donahue, Ryan 11 1 -4 0 -4 -0.4
TEAM 11 11 -23 0 -23 -2.1
Total 11 699 1613 2722 4335 394.1
Opponents 11 727 1026 2397 3423 311.2
Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk
Meyer, Mike 11-14 78.6 0-0 5-6 4-5 2-3 0-0 42 0
FG Sequence Iowa Hawkeyes Opponents
Eastern Illinois - -
Iowa State - -
Arizona - (22),(47)
Ball State 37,(25) -
Penn State (20) (25)
Michigan (30) 38
Wisconsin (40) (33),67
Michigan State (37) -
Indiana (23),(27),22,(27),(42) (37),(28)
Northwestern (32) 40
Ohio State 40,(31) (18),(48)
Minnesota - -
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
Donahue, Ryan 47 2084 44.3 73 10 8 19 13 1
TEAM 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guthrie, Eric 1 32 32.0 32 0 1 0 0 0
Total 49 2116 43.2 73 10 9 19 13 1
Opponents 63 2583 41.0 74 3 17 16 12 1
Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln
Meyer, Mike 63 4093 65.0 14 1
Murray, Daniel 1 42 42.0 0 0
Total 64 4135 64.6 14 1 22.5 43.0 26
Opponents 40 2535 63.4 14 2 23.2 42.4 27
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
All games
Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd
## Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf
42 Hunter, J. 10 23 53 76 0.5-1 . 1-4 4 . 2-0 . . .
18 Hyde, Micah 11 49 21 70 . . 3-70 7 . . 1 . .
9 Sash, Tyler 11 31 35 66 2.5-11 . 2-42 2 . . . . .
28 Prater, Shaun 10 40 17 57 0.5-1 . 4-80 5 . 1-0 . . .
44 Morris, James 11 12 43 55 1.5-11 1.0-9 . 3 1 . . . .
94 Clayborn, A. 11 17 32 49 7.0-42 3.5-36 . 1 6 . 1 1 .
95 Klug, Karl 11 23 24 47 9.5-47 3.5-29 . 3 5 . 1 . .
30 Greenwood, B. 11 17 28 45 1.0-4 . 4-23 3 . . . . .
33 Tarpinian, Jeff 7 18 26 44 2.5-13 2.0-12 . . . . 1 . .
48 Johnson, Troy 11 15 28 43 0.5-1 . 1-4 3 . . . . .
45 Nielsen, Tyler 8 22 20 42 4.5-10 . 1-0 4 . . . . .
93 Daniels, Mike 11 17 23 40 11.0-56 4.0-31 . . 3 . . . .
46 Ballard, C. 11 19 19 38 4.0-15 2.0-11 . 2 . . 1 . .
91 Binns, B. 10 9 15 24 1.0-2 . 1-20 1 . . . . .
37 DiBona, Shane 11 6 7 13 . . . . . . . . .
10 Lowe, William 8 3 5 8 . . . . . . . . .
31 Hitchens, A. 8 . 7 7 . . . . . . . . .
2 Castillo, Greg 11 2 5 7 . . . 2 . . . . .
50 Tillison, Lance 11 5 2 7 . . . . . . . . .
58 Daniel, Lebron 11 3 3 6 1.0-7 1.0-7 . . . 1-0 . . .
20 Kirksey, C. 10 . 6 6 . . . . . . . . .
8C Shumpert, Don 4 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . .
3 White, Jason 9 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . .
57 Davis, Bruce 3 . 5 5 . . . . . . . . .
96 Meyer, Mike 11 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . .
97 Peterson, Ross 9 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
40 Swanson, Jack 11 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . .
49 Miller, Tanner 7 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . .
19 Lowery, B.J. 6 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .
11 Nordman, Don 11 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
13 Donatell, Tom 11 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .
8B Nardo, Thomas 5 1 2 3 . . . . 1 . . . .
54 Bigach, Steve 4 1 2 3 1.0-8 1.0-8 . . 1 . . . .
29 Nielsen, Nick 5 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .
4 Bernstine, J. 7 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .
79 Alvis, Dominic 3 2 . 2 1.0-6 1.0-6 . . . . . . .
82 Reisner, Allen 11 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .
21 Kuchel, Nick 2 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
65 Schulze, Andrew 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
22 Sandeman, Colin 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
25 O'Meara, Paki 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . 1 .
36 Morse, Brett 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
39 Herman, Brad 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
0 TEAM 11 . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Total 11 361 457 818 49-235 19-149 17-243 40 17 4-0 5 2 1
Opponents 11 382 380 762 62-215 19-136 4-110 28 8 3-0 5 3 .
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
Conference games
Date Opponent Score Att.
* Oct. 2 #20 PENN STATE W 24-3 70585
* Oct. 16 at #24 Michigan W 38-28 112784
* Oct. 23 #10 WISCONSIN L 30-31 70585
* Oct. 30 #5 MICHIGAN STATE W 37-6 70585
* Nov. 6 at Indiana W 18-13 42991
* Nov. 13 at Northwestern L 17-21 47130
* Nov. 20 #7 OHIO STATE L 17-20 70585
* Nov. 27 at Minnesota
* - - Big Ten Conference Game
Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g
Robinson, Adam 6 133 596 40 556 4.2 4 30 92.7
Coker, Marcus 4 50 268 15 253 5.1 1 26 63.2
Chaney, Jr., P. 7 4 45 1 44 11.0 0 19 6.3
Jn-Koulianos, D 7 3 27 6 21 7.0 0 17 3.0
Morse, Brett 6 3 13 0 13 4.3 0 5 2.2
Rogers, Brad 6 2 9 0 9 4.5 0 5 1.5
Sandeman, Colin 6 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.5
Stanzi, Ricky 7 22 60 62 -2 -0.1 1 26 -0.3
Donahue, Ryan 7 1 0 4 -4 -4.0 0 0 -0.6
TEAM 7 7 0 19 -19 -2.7 0 0 -2.7
Total 7 226 1021 147 874 3.9 6 30 124.9
Opponents 7 222 899 135 764 3.4 8 26 109.1
Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g
Stanzi, Ricky 7 155.25 134-203-3 66.0 1678 14 70 239.7
TEAM 7 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
McNutt, Marvin 7 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total 7 152.99 134-206-3 65.0 1678 14 70 239.7
Opponents 7 117.22 174-273-12 63.7 1749 7 49 249.9
Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g
McNutt, Marvin 7 38 570 15.0 5 52 81.4
Jn-Koulianos, D 7 26 441 17.0 6 70 63.0
Reisner, Allen 7 23 200 8.7 1 21 28.6
Robinson, Adam 6 18 153 8.5 1 32 25.5
Sandeman, Colin 6 8 76 9.5 1 14 12.7
Morse, Brett 6 7 53 7.6 0 18 8.8
Herman, Brad 7 6 97 16.2 0 56 13.9
Davis, Keenan 7 4 52 13.0 0 19 7.4
Chaney, Jr., P. 7 1 15 15.0 0 15 2.1
Rogers, Brad 6 1 11 11.0 0 11 1.8
Coker, Marcus 4 1 11 11.0 0 11 2.8
Stanzi, Ricky 7 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 -0.1
Total 7 134 1678 12.5 14 70 239.7
Opponents 7 174 1749 10.1 7 49 249.9
Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk
Meyer, Mike 10-12 83.3 0-0 4-5 4-4 2-3 0-0 42 0
PAT
Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts
Meyer, Mike - 10-12 19-21 - - - - - 49
Jn-Koulianos, D 6 - - - - - - - 36
McNutt, Marvin 5 - - - - - - - 30
Robinson, Adam 5 - - - - - - - 30
Stanzi, Ricky 1 - - - - 0-1 - - 6
Hyde, Micah 1 - - - - - - - 6
Coker, Marcus 1 - - - - - - - 6
Reisner, Allen 1 - - - - - - - 6
Sandeman, Colin 1 - - - - - - - 6
Prater, Shaun 1 - - - - - - - 6
Total 22 10-12 19-21 - - 0-1 - - 181
Opponents 15 6-9 14-14 - - 0-1 - - 122
Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total
Iowa Hawkeyes 50 47 41 43 0 181
Opponents 20 16 28 58 0 122
Record: Overall Home Away Neutral
All games 4-3 2-2 2-1 0-0
Conference 4-3 2-2 2-1 0-0
Non-Conference 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0
Team Statistics IOWA OPP
FIRST DOWNS 135 147
Rushing 54 59
Passing 72 81
Penalty 9 7
RUSHING YARDAGE 874 764
Rushing Attempts 226 222
Average Per Rush 3.9 3.4
Average Per Game 124.9 109.1
TDs Rushing 6 8
PASSING YARDAGE 1678 1749
Comp-Att-Int 134-206-3 174-273-12
Average Per Pass 8.1 6.4
Average Per Catch 12.5 10.1
Average Per Game 239.7 249.9
TDs Passing 14 7
TOTAL OFFENSE 2552 2513
Average Per Play 5.9 5.1
Average Per Game 364.6 359.0
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 15-344 32-658
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-49 11-40
INT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-226 3-25
FUMBLES-LOST 5-0 4-1
PENALTIES-Yards 38-270 43-401
PUNTS-AVG 32-43.4 34-42.7
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:53 30:07
3RD-DOWN Conversions 37/88 41/100
4TH-DOWN Conversions 4/7 8/12
Interceptions no. yds avg td lg
Prater, Shaun 3 83 27.7 1 42
Greenwood, B. 3 23 7.7 0 15
Sash, Tyler 2 42 21.0 0 36
Hyde, Micah 2 70 35.0 1 66
Johnson, Troy 1 4 4.0 0 4
Hunter, J. 1 4 4.0 0 4
Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk
Donahue, Ryan 32 1389 43.4 73 5 6 11 8 0
Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg
Sandeman, Colin 7 38 5.4 0 14
Chaney, Jr., P. 3 11 3.7 0 12
Total 10 49 4.9 0 14
Opponents 11 40 3.6 0 13
Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg
Jn-Koulianos, D 7 198 28.3 0 40
Davis, Keenan 6 116 19.3 0 22
Chaney, Jr., P. 1 26 26.0 0 26
Fiedorowicz, C. 1 4 4.0 0 4
Total 15 344 22.9 0 40
Opponents 32 658 20.6 0 42
All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g
Robinson, Adam 6 556 153 0 0 0 709 118.2
Jn-Koulianos, D 7 21 441 0 198 0 660 94.3
McNutt, Marvin 7 0 570 0 0 0 570 81.4
Total 7 874 1678 49 344 226 3171 453.0
Opponents 7 764 1749 40 658 25 3236 462.3
Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g
Stanzi, Ricky 7 225 -2 1678 1676 239.4
Robinson, Adam 6 133 556 0 556 92.7
Coker, Marcus 4 50 253 0 253 63.2
Total 7 432 874 1678 2552 364.6
Opponents 7 495 764 1749 2513 359.0
Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd
## Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf
18 Hyde, Micah 7 39 17 56 . . 2-70 4 . . . . .
42 Hunter, J. 6 19 36 55 0.5-1 . 1-4 4 . . . . .
44 Morris, James 7 12 40 52 1.5-11 1.0-9 . 3 1 . . . .
S h T l 7 25 22 47 2 5 11 2 42
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 21, 2010)
Conference games
Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd
## Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf
18 Hyde, Micah 7 39 17 56 . . 2-70 4 . . . . .
42 Hunter, J. 6 19 36 55 0.5-1 . 1-4 4 . . . . .
44 Morris, James 7 12 40 52 1.5-11 1.0-9 . 3 1 . . . .
9 Sash, Tyler 7 25 22 47 2.5-11 . 2-42 . . . . . .
28 Prater, Shaun 7 32 13 45 0.5-1 . 3-83 4 . . . . .
48 Johnson, Troy 7 14 23 37 0.5-1 . 1-4 2 . . . . .
94 Clayborn, A. 7 11 23 34 5.5-40 3.5-36 . 1 4 . 1 1 .
95 Klug, Karl 7 16 17 33 6.0-29 2.5-21 . 3 3 . 1 . .
30 Greenwood, B. 7 11 21 32 . . 3-23 3 . . . . .
46 Ballard, C. 7 17 13 30 3.0-13 2.0-11 . . . . 1 . .
45 Nielsen, Tyler 4 13 10 23 2.0-3 . . 4 . . . . .
93 Daniels, Mike 7 9 13 22 3.5-13 1.0-6 . . 3 . . . .
33 Tarpinian, Jeff 4 6 6 12 . . . . . . . . .
37 DiBona, Shane 7 6 6 12 . . . . . . . . .
91 Binns, B. 7 3 8 11 0.5-1 . . . . . . . .
8C Shumpert, Don 4 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . .
31 Hitchens, A. 7 . 5 5 . . . . . . . . .
96 Meyer, Mike 7 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . .
11 Nordman, Don 7 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
3 White, Jason 7 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
20 Kirksey, C. 6 . 4 4 . . . . . . . . .
19 Lowery, B.J. 4 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
10 Lowe, William 4 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . .
50 Tillison, Lance 7 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
97 Peterson, Ross 5 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
82 Reisner, Allen 7 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .
13 Donatell, Tom 7 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
49 Miller, Tanner 3 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .
54 Bigach, Steve 1 1 . 1 1.0-8 1.0-8 . . . . . . .
21 Kuchel, Nick 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
65 Schulze, Andrew 7 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
25 O'Meara, Paki 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
36 Morse, Brett 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
2 Castillo, Greg 7 . 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . .
39 Herman, Brad 7 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
58 Daniel, Lebron 7 . 1 1 . . . . . 1-0 . . .
8B Nardo, Thomas 3 . . . . . . . 1 . . . .
Total 7 253 302 555 27-132 11-91 12-226 29 12 1-0 3 1 .
Opponents 7 237 236 473 40-127 10-68 3-25 21 8 . 3 1 .
2010 University of Iowa Football
Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone Results (as of Nov 21, 2010)
All games
Iowa Hawkeyes Inside Opponent Red-Zone
Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ
Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game
Sept. 4 EASTERN ILLINOIS W 37-7 6 4 28 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
Sept. 11 IOWA STATE W 35-7 4 4 28 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sept. 18 at Arizona L 27-34 2 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sept. 25 BALL STATE W 45-0 6 5 31 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Oct. 2 PENN STATE W 24-3 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct. 16 at Michigan W 38-28 5 5 31 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct. 23 WISCONSIN L 30-31 4 3 20 3 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
Oct. 30 MICHIGAN STATE W 37-6 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 6 at Indiana W 18-13 4 3 9 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 13 at Northwestern L 17-21 2 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 20 OHIO STATE L 17-20 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 27 at Minnesota
Totals 42 37 222 28 13 15 9 2 1 0 1 1 0
37 of 42 (88.1%)
Opponents Inside Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone
Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ
Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Down Int Fumb Half Game
Sept. 4 EASTERN ILLINOIS W 37-7 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sept. 11 IOWA STATE W 35-7 3 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Sept. 18 at Arizona L 27-34 5 3 17 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0
Sept. 25 BALL STATE W 45-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct. 2 PENN STATE W 24-3 3 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0
Oct. 16 at Michigan W 38-28 5 3 21 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
Oct. 23 WISCONSIN L 30-31 5 5 31 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oct. 30 MICHIGAN STATE W 37-6 1 1 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 6 at Indiana W 18-13 4 3 13 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0
Nov. 13 at Northwestern L 17-21 3 3 21 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 20 OHIO STATE L 17-20 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nov. 27 at Minnesota
Totals 33 24 143 18 8 10 6 1 3 2 2 1 0
24 of 33 (72.7%)
First Rushing Pass. Passing Total Punts- Fum.- Pen.
Game Score Downs Att-Net Yards Com.-Att.-In Offense Avg. Lost Yds.
at Iowa 37 24 39-179 256 21-26-0 65-435 1-43.0 2-2 1-5
Eastern Illinois 7 6 24-65 92 13-20-0 44-157 8-39.5 0-0 5-43
at Iowa 35 20 50-275 204 11-20-0 70-479 6-45.7 0-0 4-25
Iowa State 7 15 25-78 197 20-44-3 69-275 7-40.4 0-0 5-40
Iowa 27 19 26-29 278 18-33-1 59-307 7-46.9 0-0 6-60
at Arizona 34 19 30-63 303 28-39-1 69-366 5-37.8 2-2 12-103
at Iowa 45 28 44-256 306 21-29-0 73-562 2-41.0 2-1 9-86
Ball State 0 8 31-56 56 8-19-1 50-112 9-38.1 1-1 8-73
at Iowa 24 17 36-122 227 16-22-1 58-349 7-40.3 0-0 5-29
Penn State 3 15 23-54 247 22-42-1 62-301 9-36.7 0-0 4-20
Iowa 38 21 36-135 248 17-24-0 60-383 5-46.2 0-0 5-36
at Michigan 28 29 42-187 335 30-44-3 86-522 3-50.3 1-1 8-66
at Iowa 30 23 30-118 258 25-37-0 67-376 2-60.5 0-0 6-41
Wisconsin 31 24 38-142 205 20-26-1 64-347 2-48.0 1-0 4-45
at Iowa 37 18 42-162 190 11-16-0 58-352 5-38.8 2-0 3-35
Michigan State 6 13 20-31 227 25-39-3 59-258 6-48.5 2-0 7-63
Iowa 18 22 29-155 290 22-33-1 62-445 2-48.5 0-0 9-65
at Indiana 13 19 24-91 222 27-46-1 70-313 5-39.2 0-0 6-72
Iowa 17 17 28-101 270 23-43-1 71-371 7-42.9 2-0 6-39
at Northwestern 21 26 39-101 318 32-43-1 82-419 6-43.7 0-0 6-62
at Iowa 17 17 25-81 195 20-31-0 56-276 4-41.0 0-0 4-25
Ohio State 20 21 36-158 195 18-33-2 69-353 3-42.0 0-0 8-73
Iowa
at Minnesota
Game-By-Game Statistics Includes 11 Games
Individual
Points 18 Adam Robinson vs. Eastern Illinois/D. Johnson-Koulianos at Michigan
Rushing Attempts 31 (143 yds.) Adam Robinson at Michigan
Yards Rushing 156 (14 att.) Adam Robinson vs. Iowa State
Pass Attempts 41 (23 comp.) Ricky Stanzi at Northwestern
Pass Completions 25 (37 att.) Ricky Stanzi vs. Wisconsin
Yards Passing 288 (19-25) Ricky Stanzi vs. Ball State
Receptions 7 (114/70/72/92 yds.) DJK at Arizona/Marvin McNutt vs. Wisconsin, at Indiana, vs. Ohio St.
Yards Receiving 114 (7 rec.) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos at Arizona
Yards Total Offense 288 Ricky Stanzi vs. Ball State
All-Purpose Yards 204 Adam Robinson at Michigan
Yards Punt Returns 42 (1 ret.) Paki O’Meara vs. Eastern Illinois (blocked punt return)
Yards Kickoff Returns 74 (3 ret.) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos vs. Wisconsin
Field Goals Made 4 (5 att.) Mike Meyer at Indiana
Extra Points 6 (6 att.) Mike Meyer vs. Ball State
Interceptions 1 Prater, Greenwood, T. Nielsen vs. Iowa State/Binns at Arizona/
Hyde vs. Ball State/Sash, Hyde, Johnson at Michigan/
Greenwood vs. Wisconsin/Prater, Sash, Greenwood vs. Michigan St./
Greenwood at Indiana/Hunter at Northwestern/Hyde, Prater vs.
Ohio St.
Tackles 13 Johnson, Hunter at Michigan/Sash vs. Wisconsin
Sacks 2 Karl Klug at Northwestern
Team Offense (Iowa highs)
Points 45 vs. Ball State
Rushing Attempts 50 (275 yds.) vs. Iowa State
Net Yards Rushing 275 (50 att.) vs. Iowa State
Pass Attempts 43 (23 comp.) at Northwestern
Pass Completions 25 (37 att.) vs. Wisconsin
Yards Passing 306 vs. Ball State
Yards Total Offense 562 vs. Ball State
Total Plays 73 vs. Ball State
First Downs 28 vs. Ball State
Team Defense (Opponents lows)
Points 0 vs. Ball State
Rushing Attempts 20 (31 yds.) vs. Michigan State
Yards Rushing 31 (20 att.) vs. Michigan State
Pass Attempts 19 (8 comp.) vs. Ball State
Pass Completions 8 (19 att.) vs. Ball State
Yards Passing 56 vs. Ball State
Yards Total Offense 112 vs. Ball State
Total Plays 44 vs. Eastern Illinois
First Downs 6 vs. Eastern Illinois
Longest Plays
Run 75 Adam Robinson/Iowa State
Pass 70 (TD) Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos at Northwestern
Field Goal 42 Mike Meyer at Indiana
Interception Return 66 (TD) Micah Hyde vs. Michigan State
Fumble Return - - - - - -
Punt Return 42 (Blk, TD) Paki O’Meara vs. Eastern Illinois
Kickoff Return 40 Derrell Johnson-Koulianos at Michigan
Scoring drive 97 (3 plays, 1:20 TOP) vs. Iowa State
Non-scoring drive 74 (8 plays, 4:34 TOP) vs. Eastern Illinois
Top Performances Includes 11 Games
A kickoff was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos (99 yards), at Ohio State, 11/14/09
by an opponent - - Travis Cobb (100 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10
A punt was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Andy Brodell (81 yards), vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08
by Iowa - - Paki O’Meara (returned 42 yards after block), vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10
by an opponent - - Michael Jenkins (54 yards), Ohio State, 10/18/03
by an opponent - - Tremaine McCollum (returned six yards after block), Florida, 1/2/06
A punt was blocked . . .
by Iowa - - Paki O’Meara vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10 (for a touchdown)
by an opponent - - David Robers, Arizona, 9/18/10

An interception was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Micah Hyde (66 yards), vs. Michigan State, 10/30/10
by an opponent - - Trevin Wade (85 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10
A fumble was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Bob Sanders (3 yards), vs. Illinois, 11/1/03
by an opponent - - Dere Hicks (7 yards), Illinois, 11/1/08
A blocked PAT attempt was returned for a score . . .
by Iowa - - D.J. Johnson (99 yards), at Penn State, 9/28/02
by an opponent - - Jason Simmons (85 yards), at Ohio State, 11/2/91
A safety was scored . . .
by Iowa - - Opponent pass behind line of scrimmage and out of end zone vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10
by an opponent - - Iowa punter ran out of back of end zone vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08
A player rushed for over 200 yards . . .
by Iowa - - 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 - - Ricky Stanzi (337 yards), vs. Indiana, 10/31/09
by an opponent - - Dan Persa (318 yards), vs. Northwestern, 11/13/10
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. Michigan State (31 yards), 10/30/10
by an opponent - - at Arizona (29 yards), 9/18/10
A team was held under 100 yards passing . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Ball State (56 yards), 9/25/10
by an opponent - - Purdue (72 yards), 11/15/08
A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Ball State (112 yards), 9/25/10
by an opponent - - vs. Minnesota (171 yards), 11/21/09
Largest Margins
Iowa Victories
Opponent, Year ..........................Score Mar.
Iowa Teachers, 1914 ....................95-0 95
Coe, 1908 ....................................92-0 92
Iowa Wesleyan, 1890 ..................91-0 91
Cornell, 1904 ...............................88-0 88
Cornell, 1913 ...............................76-0 76
Des Moines, 1905 ........................72-0 72
Northwestern, 1913 .....................78-6 72
Grinnell, 1904 ..............................69-0 69
Iowa Teachers, 1900 ....................68-0 68
Northern Iowa, 1997 ....................66-0 66
Northwestern, 1981 .....................64-0 64
Cornell, 1920 ...............................63-0 63
Indiana, 1997 ...............................62-0 62
UTEP, 1986 ..................................69-7 62
Grinnell, 1900 ..............................63-2 61
Washington ( Mo.), 1902 .............61-0 61
Knox, 1922 ...................................61-0 61
Cornell, 1894 ...............................60-0 60
Indiana, 1913 ...............................60-0 60
North Dakota St., 1947 ................59-0 59
Illinois, 1985 .................................59-0 59
Cornell, 1891 ...............................64-6 58
Illinois, 1899 .................................58-0 58
Drake, 1985 .................................58-0 58
Upper Iowa, 1900 ........................57-0 57
Ball State, 2005 ...........................56-0 56
Coe, 1893 ....................................56-0 56
Purdue, 1922 ...............................56-0 56
Utah State, 1957 ..........................70-14 56
Minnesota, 2008 ..........................55-0 55
Ripon, 1928 .................................61-6 55
Iowa State, 1985 ..........................57-3 54
Northern Illinois, 1986 ..................57-3 54
Cincinnati, 1990 ...........................63-10 53
Kansas State, 1959 .....................53-0 53
Northwestern, 2002 .....................62-10 52
Kent State, 2001 ..........................51-0 51
Minnesota, 1983 ..........................61-10 51
Northern Illinois, 1991 ..................58-7 51
Iowa Defeats
Opponent, year ..........................Score Mar.
Michigan, 1902 ............................0-107 107
Illinois, 1902 .................................0-80 80
Minnesota, 1903 ..........................0-75 75
Minnesota, 1916 ..........................0-67 67
Ohio State, 1950 ..........................21-83 62
Denver A.C., 1893 .......................0-58 58
Nebraska, 1980 ...........................0-57 57
Michigan, 1971 ............................7-63 56
Michigan, 1970 ............................0-55 55
USC, 1976 ...................................0-55 55
Kansas, 1895 ...............................0-54 54
Minnesota, 1936 ..........................0-52 52
Notre Dame, 1967 .......................6-56 50
Illinois, 1973 .................................0-50 50
The Last Time . . . Includes 11 Games
OFFENSE
Opponent WR TE LT LG C RG RT QB RB FB FL
Eastern Ill. Sandeman Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Iowa State Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Arizona Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Ball State Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Penn State Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Michigan Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz MacMillan Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Rogers McNutt
Wisconsin Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz Gettis Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Michigan State Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz Gettis Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Indiana Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz Koeppel Zusevics Stanzi Coker Morse McNutt
Northwestern Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz Koeppel Zusevics Stanzi Robinson Morse McNutt
Ohio State Koulianos Reisner Reiff Vandervelde Ferentz Koeppel Zusevics Stanzi Coker Morse McNutt
Minnesota
Consec. Starts 10 11 19 16 11 3 11 12 1 5 12
Career Starts 36 14 22 35 11 3 11 32 2 32 16

DEFENSE
Opponent RE DT DT LE LB LB LB CB CB SS FS
Eastern Ill. Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Nielsen Davis Hunter Castillo Hyde Sash Greenwood
Iowa State Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Nielsen Tarpinian Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Arizona Clayborn Klug Ballard Binns Nielsen Tarpinian Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Ball State Clayborn Klug Ballard Binns Nielsen Tarpinian Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Penn State Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Nielsen Johnson Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Michigan Clayborn Klug Ballard Binns Nielsen Johnson Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Wisconsin Clayborn Klug Ballard Binns Nielsen Johnson Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Michigan State Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Nielsen Morris DiBona Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Indiana Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard DiBona Morris Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Northwestern Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Tarpinian Morris Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Ohio State Clayborn Klug Daniels Ballard Johnson Morris Hunter Prater Hyde Sash Greenwood
Minnesota
Consec. Starts 28 24 4 24 1 4 2 10 11 32 14
Career Starts 35 24 7 24 5 4 35 20 11 35 45
2010 Starting Lineups Includes 11 Games
Opponent Plays Yards Time of Poss. Result Qtr. Play
Eastern Illinois 6 65 2:40 TD 1 Adam Robinson, 2-yard run
Eastern Illinois 8 56 4:12 TD 1 Adam Robinson, 4-yard run
Eastern Illinois 8 60 3:30 TD 2 Adam Robinson, 6-yard run
Eastern Illinois 8 45 4:01 TD 4 Brett Morse, 1-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Iowa State 13 71 6:54 TD 1 Marvin McNutt, 9-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Iowa State 16 71 8:09 TD 2 Jewel Hampton, 2-yard run
Iowa State 4 75 2:01 TD 2 Allen Reisner, 2-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Iowa State 5 66 2:19 TD 2 Ricky Stanzi, 1-yard run
Iowa State 3 97 1:20 TD 3 Adam Robinson, 39-yard run
Arizona 9 93 3:51 TD 2 Jewel Hampton, 4-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Arizona 3 48 1:12 TD 3 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 37-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Arizona 1 18 0:06 TD 4 Marvin McNutt, 18-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ball State 10 56 5:04 TD 1 Adam Robinson, 1-yard run
Ball State 7 48 3:24 TD 2 Keenan Davis, 8-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ball State 3 38 1:01 TD 2 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 22-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ball State 6 65 2:51 TD 3 Adam Robinson, 1-yard run
Ball State 6 74 2:56 TD 3 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 45-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ball State 10 80 4:22 TD 4 C. Sandeman, 6-yard pass from James Vandenberg
Ball State 9 61 4:14 FG 4 Mike Meyer, 25-yard field goal
Penn State 10 77 5:39 FG 1 Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal
Penn State 7 51 3:53 TD 1 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 9-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Penn State 8 68 3:56 TD 2 Ricky Stanzi, 1-yard run
Michigan 9 84 4:01 TD 1 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 14-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Michigan 4 49 1:25 TD 2 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 31-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Michigan 9 48 4:02 TD 2 Adam Robinson, 4-yard run
Michigan 5 63 2:32 TD 3 Adam Robinson, 11-yard run
Michigan 4 60 1:33 TD 4 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 19-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Michigan 10 49 4:02 FG 4 Mike Meyer, 30-yard field goal
Wisconsin 9 78 4:20 TD 1 Adam Robinson, 1-yard run
Wisconsin 9 49 1:37 TD 2 Allen Reisner, 3-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Wisconsin 7 69 3:22 TD 3 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 45-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Wisconsin 13 80 5:45 TD 4 Marvin McNutt, 6-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Wisconsin 4 3 1:29 FG 4 Mike Meyer, 40-yard field goal
Scoring Drives Includes 11 Games
Scoring Drives Includes 11 Games
Michigan State 12 80 6:12 TD 1 Colin Sandeman, 3-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Michigan State 10 64 4:23 FG 1 Mike Meyer, 37-yard field goal
Michigan State 3 43 1:24 TD 2 Adam Robinson, 32-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Michigan State 4 70 1:40 TD 2 Adam Robinson, 2-yard run
Michigan State 6 61 3:12 TD 3 Marvin McNutt, 22-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Indiana 10 66 4:39 FG 1 Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal
Indiana 11 42 4:41 FG 2 Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal
Indiana 6 47 2:39 FG 3 Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal
Indiana 7 36 3:21 FG 4 Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal
Indiana 3 88 0:52 TD 4 Marvin McNutt, 52-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Northwestern 10 55 2:58 FG 1 Mike Meyer, 32-yard field goal
Northwestern 7 75 3:21 TD 3 Marvin McNutt, 5-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Northwestern 4 81 1:28 TD 3 D. Johnson-Koulianos, 70-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ohio State 8 87 4:35 TD 1 Marvin McNutt, 19-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi
Ohio State 10 65 5:10 FG 3 Mike Meyer, 31-yard field goal
Ohio State 2 27 0:31 TD 4 Marcus Coker, 1-yard run
Average Drive 7.3 63.1 3:32
IOWA SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS (yardage)
Category 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99
Iowa-TD 0 1 1 1 7 3 9 7 7 2
Iowa-FG 1 0 0 1 3 1 4 1 0 0
LONGEST DRIVES
Plays: 16, Iowa State (71 yards, 8:09 TOP, TD)
Yards: 97, Iowa State (3 plays, 1:20 TOP, TD)
Time of Possession: 8:09, Iowa State (16 plays, 71 yards, TD)
OFFENSIVE PLAYS
Yards Type Player(s) Opponent
75 Rush Adam Robinson Iowa State
70 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Northwestern
66 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Iowa State
56 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Brad Herman Michigan State
55 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Allen Reisner Iowa State
52 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Indiana
48 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Adam Robinson Ball State
45 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ball State
45 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Wisconsin
43 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Penn State
39 Rush Adam Robinson Iowa State
37 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Arizona
37 Pass Rick Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Arizona
35 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Brad Herman Eastern Illinois
34 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Michigan
32 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Adam Robinson Michigan State
31 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell-Johnson Koulianos Michigan
30 Rush Adam Robinson Wisconsin
28 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Indiana
26 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Adam Robinson Michigan
26 Rush Ricky Stanzi Michigan State
26 Rush Marcus Coker Ohio State
25 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Allen Reisner Arizona
24 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Penn State
24 Rush Adam Robinson Northwestern
23 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Iowa State
23 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Northwestern
23 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ohio State
22 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Arizona
22 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell-Johnson Koulianos Ball State
22 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Michigan State
21 Rush Marcus Coker Ball State
21 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Wisconsin
21 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Indiana
21 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Allen Reisner Northwestern
20 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Allen Reisner Eastern Illinois
20 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Adam Robinson Eastern Illinois
20 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Keenan Davis Ball State
20 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Penn State
20 Rush Adam Robinson Michigan
20 Pass Ricky Stanzi to Marvin McNutt Wisconsin
20 Rush Marcus Coker Indiana
BOLD plays note touchdowns
OFFENSIVE PLAYS ANALYSIS
Category 20-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51+
Run 4 3 0 1 0 2 1
Pass 16 2 4 2 2 0 5
20-Yard Plus Offensive Plays Includes 11 Games
20-Yard Plus Return Plays Includes 11 Games
RETURNS
Yards Type Player(s) Opponent
66 Interception Return Micah Hyde Michigan State
42 Punt Return (Block) Paki O'Meara Eastern Illinois
42 Interception Return Shaun Prater Michigan State
40 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Michigan
39 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Michigan State
37 Kickoff Return Derell Johnson-Koulianos Arizona
37 Blocked FG Return Tyler Sash Michigan
36 Interception Return Tyler Sash Michigan
35 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Eastern Illinois
33 Interception Return Broderick Binns Arizona
33 Interception Return Shaun Prater Penn State
31 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Wisconsin
28 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Iowa State
26 Kickoff Return Paul Chaney, Jr. Ohio State
24 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Eastern Illinois
23 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Ohio State
22 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Arizona
22 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Michigan
22 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Wisconsin
22 Kickoff Return Keenan Davis Indiana
21 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Wisconsin
21 Kickoff Return Keenan Davis Ohio State
20 Kickoff Return Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Iowa State
BOLD plays note touchdowns
RETURNS ANALYSIS
Category 20-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51+
Punt Return 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Punt Block Return 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
FG Block Return 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Kickoff Return 11 3 2 3 0 0 0
Interception Return 1 0 1 1 1 0 1
Iowa Big Plays
Rushing Passing Special Teams
OPPONENT 15-19 20-29 30-39 40+ 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ FG BLK XPT BLK PUNT BLK
Eastern Ill. 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1
Iowa State 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0
Arizona 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0
Ball State 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0
Penn State 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0
Michigan 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0
Wisconsin 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0
Michigan State 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0
Indiana 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Northwestern 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
Ohio State 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Minnesota
TOTALS 17 5 2 1 18 6 4 5 1 0 1
Opponent Big Plays
Rushing Passing Special Teams
OPPONENT 15-19 20-29 30-39 40+ 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ FG BLK XPT BLK PUNT BLK
Eastern Ill. 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Iowa State 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arizona 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1
Ball State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Penn State 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0
Michigan 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Michigan State 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
Indiana 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Northwestern 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ohio State 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Minnesota
TOTALS 8 3 1 0 16 5 2 0 0 2 1
Turnovers Forced
Iowa Opponent
OPPONENT FUM INT BLK TOT PTS OFF MARGIN FUM INT BLK TOT PTS OFF
Eastern Ill. 0 0 1(Punt) 0 7 -2 2 0 0 2 0
Iowa State 0 3 0 3 7 +3 0 0 0 0 0
Arizona 2 1 0 3 20 +1 0 1 1 2 14
Ball State 1 1 0 2 7 +1 1 0 0 1 0
Penn State 0 1 0 1 7 Even 0 1 0 1 0
Michigan 1 3 1(FG) 4 21 +4 0 0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 0 1 0 1 3 +1 0 0 0 0 0
Michigan State 0 3 0 3 13 +3 0 0 0 0 0
Indiana 0 1 0 1 3 Even 0 1 0 1 0
Northwestern 0 1 0 1 0 Even 0 1 0 1 7
Ohio State 0 2 0 2 7 +2 0 0 0 0 0
Minnesota
TOTALS 4 17 2 21 95 +13 3 4 1 8 21
Miscelleanous Statistics Includes 11 Games
Iowa Average Scoring Drives
OPPONENT NO. PLAYS YARDS TIME FOR TD PLAYS YARDS TIME
Eastern Ill. 4 7.5 56.5 3:59 4 7.5 56.5 3:59
Iowa State 5 8.2 76.0 4:14 5 8.2 76.0 4:14
Arizona 3 4.3 53.0 2:11 3 4.3 53.0 2:11
Ball State 7 7.3 60.3 3:41 6 7.0 60.2 3:33
Penn State 3 8.3 65.3 4:49 2 7.5 59.5 3:55
Michigan 6 6.8 58.8 3:33 5 6.2 60.8 3:11
Wisconsin 5 8.4 55.8 3:31 4 9.5 69.0 4:16
Michigan State 5 7.0 63.6 3:37 4 6.3 63.5 3:12
Indiana 5 7.4 73.4 3:24 1 3.0 88.0 0:52
Northwestern 3 7.0 70.3 2:59 2 5.5 78.0 2:41
Ohio State 3 6.7 59.7 3:42 2 5.0 57.0 2:55
Minnesota
TOTALS 49 7.3 63.1 3:32 38 6.8 64.1 3:15
Drive Statistics
IOWA OPPONENTS
3 & 3 &
OPPONENT NO. OUT PCT. SCORE PCT. TD PCT. OPPONENT NO. OUT PCT. SCORE PCT. TD PCT.
Eastern Ill. 9 0 0.0 4 44.4 4 44.4 Eastern Ill. 10 5 50.0 1 10.0 1 10.0
Iowa State 12 4 33.3 5 41.7 5 41.7 Iowa State 12 5 41.7 1 8.3 1 8.3
Arizona 13 5 38.5 3 23.1 3 23.1 Arizona 12 2 16.7 4 33.3 2 16.7
Ball State 11 1 9.1 7 63.6 6 54.5 Ball State 11 6 54.5 0 0.0 0 0.0
Penn State 11 4 36.4 3 27.3 2 18.2 Penn State 12 5 41.7 1 8.3 0 0.0
Michigan 12 5 41.7 6 50.0 5 41.7 Michigan 12 4 33.3 4 33.3 4 33.3
Wisconsin 9 1 11.5 5 55.6 4 44.4 Wisconsin 8 1 12.5 5 62.5 4 50.0
Michigan State 10 3 30.0 5 50.0 4 40.0 Michigan State 12 6 50.0 1 8.3 1 8.3
Indiana 10 3 30.0 5 50.0 1 10.0 Indiana 10 3 30.0 3 30.0 1 10.0
Northwestern 12 1 8.3 3 25.0 2 16.7 Northwestern 11 0 0.0 3 27.3 3 27.3
Ohio State 9 2 22.2 3 33.3 2 22.2 Ohio State 10 3 30.0 4 40.0 2 20.0
Minnesota Minnesota
TOTALS 118 29 24.6 49 41.5 38 32.2 TOTALS 120 39 32.5 27 22.5 19 15.8
Field Position
IOWA OPPONENTS
NO. OF AVG. INSIDE PAST NO. OF AVG. INSIDE PAST
OPPONENT DRIVES START 20 50 OPPONENT DRIVES START 20 50
Eastern Ill. 9 OWN 35 1 2 Eastern Ill. 10 OWN 19 5 0
Iowa State 12 OWN 26 4 1 Iowa State 12 OWN 27 2 1
Arizona 13 OWN 31 1 2 Arizona 12 OWN 37 2 2
Ball State 11 OWN 34 0 2 Ball State 11 OWN 22 3 0
Penn State 11 OWN 22 4 0 Penn State 12 OWN 26 4 0
Michigan 12 OWN 33 2 3 Michigan 12 OWN 23 3 0
Wisconsin 9 OWN 31 1 2 Wisconsin 8 OWN 26 2 0
Michigan State 10 OWN 38 1 2 Michigan State 12 OWN 20 4 0
Indiana 10 OWN 31 2 0 Indiana 10 OWN 29 1 0
Northwestern 12 OWN 22 3 0 Northwestern 11 OWN 25 3 1
Ohio State 9 OWN 28 4 1 Ohio State 10 OWN 30 1 1
Minnesota Minnesota
TOTALS 118 OWN 30 21 15 TOTALS 120 OWN 28 30 5
3rd Down and...
IOWA OPPONENTS
YARDS EIU ISU AZ BSU PSU UM UW MSU IU NU OSU MN TOTAL YARDS EIU ISU AZ BSU PSU UM UW MSU IU NU OSU MN TOTAL
1-3 4-5 6-6 2-2 6-6 0-0 2-3 8-9 1-2 1-1 1-4 1-2 32-40 1-3 2-3 2-3 3-5 1-2 2-5 4-5 2-5 1-3 3-5 6-8 5-6 31-50
4-6 0-2 0-2 0-0 2-3 1-3 1-3 1-1 3-3 4-6 0-2 2-4 14-29 4-6 0-2 3-5 1-2 2-4 1-1 0-2 3-5 3-3 3-6 1-1 0-4 17-35
7-9 1-1 1-3 2-4 0-0 1-3 2-3 0-2 1-3 0-0 1-2 1-2 10-23 7-9 1-5 1-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-4 0-0 5-22
10-14 1-2 0-3 0-5 0-3 0-4 2-3 0-3 0-2 0-4 0-3 1-4 6-36 10-14 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-6 0-5 1-5 1-1 0-2 0-3 1-2 1-4 4-32
15+ 1-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-3 0-0 1-10 15+ 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-17
TOTAL 7-11 7-14 4-13 8-12 2-10 7-13 11-16 5-11 5-12 2-14 5-12 63-138 TOTAL 3-13 6-17 5-13 3-13 3-13 6-16 6-12 4-14 6-14 9-16 7-15 58-156
Miscelleanous Statistics Includes 11 Games
Eastern Illinois
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 35 15:00 6-65 2:40 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 44 09:08 8-56 4:12 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 40 12:09 8-60 3:30 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 21 05:32 8-39 3:52 Downs
3rd EIU 39 12:52 6-37 3:16 Fumble
IOWA 40 08:44 3-27 0:20 Fumble
IOWA 16 04:42 8-36 4:50 Punt
4th EIU 45 12:28 8-45 4:01 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 20 04:34 8-74 4:34 End of Half
Iowa State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 29 15:00 13-71 6:54 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 29 06:40 16-71 8:09 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 25 12:03 4-75 2:01 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 32 07:31 3-3 1:06 Punt
IOWA 34 05:11 5-66 2:19 TOUCHDOWN
3rd ISU 42 14:12 3-5 1:31 Punt
IOWA 03 08:05 3-97 1:20 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 10 04:36 3-2 2:04 Punt
IOWA 18 01:24 8-42 3:49 Punt
4th IOWA 15 09:58 5-19 3:09 Punt
IOWA 34 04:56 3-5 1:19 Punt
IOWA 22 01:51 3-11 1:51 End of Half
Arizona
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 20 15:00 3(-1) 1:31 Punt
IOWA 20 12:45 6-59 2:25 Interception
IOWA 20 10:10 7-31 4:37 Punt
IOWA 07 03:41 9-93 3:51 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 24 14:29 3-2 1:06 Punt
IOWA 45 11:59 4-16 1:53 Punt
IOWA 20 05:39 6-40 2:37 Punt
3rd IOWA 34 12:47 3-1 1:42 Punt
ARIZ 48 08:27 3-48 1:12 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 26 02:19 5-0 3:06 Punt
4th IOWA 33 10:11 3(-4) 1:06 Punt
ARIZ 18 09:05 1-18 0:06 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 37 03:51 4(-22) 1:55 Downs
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Eastern Illinois
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st EIU 20 12:20 3(-13) 3:12 Punt
EIU 18 04:56 6-24 4:03 Punt
EIU 14 00:53 7-86 3:44 TOUCHDOWN
2nd EIU 26 08:39 4-12 3:07 Punt
EIU 40 01:40 3-2 0:37 Punt
3rd EIU 16 15:00 3(-10) 2:08 Punt
EIU 02 09:36 3 (-2) 0:52 Safety
EIU 33 08:24 6-17 3:42 Punt
4th EIU 05 14:52 3-7 2:24 Punt
EIU 23 08:27 6-6 3:53 Punt
Iowa State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st ISU 23 08:06 3-3 1:26 Punt
2nd ISU 43 13:31 3(-5) 1:28 Punt
ISU 20 10:02 8-25 2:31 Punt
ISU 17 06:25 3-8 1:14 Punt
ISU 20 02:52 10-39 2:46 Downs
3rd ISU 20 15:00 3-1 0:48 Interception
ISU 20 12:41 11-62 4:36 Interception
IOWA 34 06:45 7-14 2:09 Interception
ISU 40 02:32 3-7 1:08 Punt
4th ISU 20 12:35 6-17 2:37 Punt
ISU 06 06:49 6-8 1:53 Punt
ISU 29 03:37 6-71 1:46 TOUCHDOWN
Arizona
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 08 13:29 3-8 0:44 TOUCHDOWN
ARIZ 29 05:33 5-64 1:52 Fumble
2nd ARIZ 17 13:23 3-5 1:24 Punt
ARIZ 20 10:06 11-76 4:24 FIELD GOAL
ARIZ 20 03:02 9-51 2:46 FIELD GOAL
3rd ARIZ 20 15:00 5-12 2:13 Punt
ARIZ 13 11:05 4-18 2:38 Punt
ARIZ 20 07:15 8-33 4:56 Punt
4th ARIZ 23 14:13 8-10 4:02 Punt
ARIZ 20 08:54 2-2 0:42 Interception
ARIZ 28 08:07 9-72 4:10 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 15 01:56 4-0 1:53 Downs
Drive Charts Includes 11 Games
Ball State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 28 15:00 6-26 2:40 Punt
IOWA 44 11:38 10-56 5:04 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 32 03:50 9-49 3:55 Missed FG
2nd IOWA 27 13:09 4-23 1:51 Punt
BSU 48 09:04 7-48 3:24 TOUCHDOWN
BSU 38 02:55 3-38 1:01 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 46 01:32 3-20 0:43 Fumble
3rd IOWA 35 13:16 6-65 2:51 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 26 06:22 6-74 2:56 TOUCHDOWN
4th IOWA 20 14:50 10-80 4:22 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 32 09:23 6-61 4:14 FIELD GOAL
Penn State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 20 15:00 10-77 5:39 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 24 07:50 3-15 1:20 Interception
IOWA 49 04:53 7-51 3:53 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 42 14:48 3-7 1:24 Punt
IOWA 17 10:27 5-12 2:41 Punt
IOWA 32 05:37 8-68 3:56 TOUCHDOWN
3rd IOWA 01 07:11 6-35 3:32 Punt
IOWA 20 02:40 3-(-9) 2:06 Punt
4th IOWA 05 13:38 6-57 2:43 Punt
IOWA 15 07:53 3-8 1:42 Punt
IOWA 22 04:32 5-14 2:52 Punt
Michigan
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 38 15:00 3-7 2:01 Punt
IOWA 44 08:18 3-0 0:58 Punt
IOWA 16 05:30 9-84 4:01 TOUCHDOWN
2nd MICH 49 14:47 4-49 1:25 TOUCHDOWN
MICH 48 08:33 9-48 4:02 TOUCHDOWN
3rd IOWA 29 13:15 3-7 1:57 Punt
IOWA 14 06:54 3-4 1:42 Punt
IOWA 37 04:22 5-63 2:32 TOUCHDOWN
4th IOWA 40 13:10 4-60 1:33 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 20 10:28 3-5 2:20 Punt
IOWA 40 06:55 10-49 02:53 FIELD GOAL
MICH 43 01:54 4-8 1:54 End of Half
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Ball State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st BSU 20 12:20 3-5 0:42 Punt
BSU 19 06:34 4-8 2:44 Punt
2nd BSU 20 14:55 3-12 1:46 Interception
BSU 14 11:18 3-1 2:14 Punt
BSU 20 05:40 5-18 2:45 Fumble
BSU 20 01:54 3-2 0:22 Punt
3rd BSU 28 15:00 3-4 1:44 Punt
BSU 24 10:25 8-21 4:03 Punt
BSU 18 03:26 7-43 3:36 Punt
4th BSU 26 10:28 3-1 1:05 Punt
BSU 31 05:09 6-19 4:04 Punt
Penn State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st PSU 35 09:21 3-7 1:31 Punt
PSU 17 06:30 3(-1) 1:37 Punt
PSU 26 01:00 3(-5) 1:12 Punt
2nd PSU 14 13:24 7-34 2:57 Punt
PSU 33 07:46 5-23 2:09 Punt
PSU 17 01:41 8-76 1:41 FIELD GOAL
3rd PSU 29 15:00 14-70 7:49 Downs
PSU 30 03:39 4-21 0:59 Punt
PSU 49 00:34 3-4 1:56 Punt
4th PSU 07 10:55 6-4 3:02 Punt
PSU 42 06:11 3-4 1:39 Punt
PSU 29 01:27 6-59 1:27 End of Half
Michigan
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st MICH 25 12:59 13-75 4:41 TOUCHDOWN
MICH 20 07:20 3-1 1:50 Punt
MICH 28 01:29 5-17 1:42 Interception
2nd MICH 20 13:22 13-59 4:49 Missed FG
MICH 07 04:31 10-48 3:58 Punt
3rd MICH 23 15:00 3-4 1:45 Punt
MICH 15 11:18 12-71 4:24 Fumble
MICH 35 05:12 3-5 0:50 Interception
MICH 15 01:50 12-85 3:40 TOUCHDOWN
4th MICH 25 11:37 7-75 1:09 TOUCHDOWN
MICH 31 08:08 6-69 1:13 TOUCHDOWN
MICH 37 02:53 3(-9) 0:59 Interception
Drive Charts Includes 11 Games
Wisconsin
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 22 06:51 9-78 4:20 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 10 12:11 4-13 1:33 Punt
IOWA 28 08:46 10-55 5:33 Downs
WISC 49 01:53 9-49 1:37 TOUCHDOWN
3rd IOWA 20 15:00 3-9 2:03 Punt
IOWA 31 06:30 7-69 3:22 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 20 01:01 13-80 5:45 TOUCHDOWN
4th WISC 26 10:04 4-3 1:29 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 25 01:06 9-40 1:06 End of Half
Michigan State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 20 15:00 12-80 6:12 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 17 07:07 10-64 4:23 FIELD GOAL
2nd MSU 43 08:29 3-43 1:24 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 30 02:41 4-70 1:40 TOUCHDOWN
3rd MSU 49 13:16 3-2 0:49 Punt
IOWA 39 10:47 6-61 3:12 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 42 06:24 5-14 3:39 Punt
4th IOWA 40 14:56 6-15 3:53 Punt
IOWA 31 09:48 3(-16) 1:55 Punt
IOWA 39 06:08 5-16 3:40 Punt
Indiana
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 28 15:00 10-66 4:39 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 22 07:00 4-17 1:57 Interception
IOWA 48 02:26 11-42 4:41 FIELD GOAL
2nd IOWA 36 08:20 12-60 6:01 Missed FG
IOWA 42 00:50 3-22 0:50 End of Half
3rd IOWA 17 14:05 7-39 4:28 Punt
IOWA 44 08:12 6-47 2:39 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 38 00:42 3-0 1:06 Punt
4th IOWA 39 11:54 7-36 3:21 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 12 03:42 3-88 0:52 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA DRIVE CHARTS OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Wisconsin
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st WISC 14 15:00 15-70 8:09 FIELD GOAL
WISC 41 02:31 10-59 5:20 TOUCHDOWN
2nd WISC 27 10:38 3(-10) 1:52 Punt
WISC 17 03:13 4-3 1:20 Punt
WISC 35 00:16 2-15 0:16 Missed FG
3rd WISC 20 12:57 12-80 6:27 TOUCHDOWN
WISC 49 03:08 4-51 2:07 TOUCHDOWN
4th WISC 20 08:35 15-80 7:29 TOUCHDOWN
Michigan State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st MSU 27 08:48 3-9 1:41 Punt
MSU 22 02:44 6-37 2:34 Interception
MSU 29 00:10 12-44 6:41 Interception
2nd MSU 19 07:05 5-7 4:24 Punt
MSU 20 01:01 4-4 1:01 Downs
3rd MSU 22 15:00 3-3 1:44 Interception
MSU 04 12:27 3-9 1:40 Punt
MSU 20 07:35 3-8 1:11 Punt
MSU 11 02:45 8-89 2:49 TOUCHDOWN
4th MSU 20 11:03 3(-3) 1:15 Punt
MSU 47 07:53 6-14 1:45 Downs
MSU 10 02:28 3(-8) 1:05 Punt
Indiana
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IU 22 10:21 8-59 3:21 FIELD GOAL
IU 47 05:03 7-18 2:37 Interception
2nd IU 45 12:45 12-45 4:25 FIELD GOAL
IU 20 02:19 3-0 1:29 Punt
3rd IU 32 15:00 3-4 0:55 Punt
IU 20 09:37 3-8 1:25 Punt
IU 31 05:33 12-69 4:51 TOUCHDOWN
4th IU 09 14:36 5-13 2:42 Punt
IU 25 08:33 8-33 4:51 Punt
IU 41 02:50 11-41 2:22 Downs
Drive Charts Includes 11 Games
Northwestern
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 20 15:00 4-5 2:03 Punt
IOWA 20 07:37 4-8 2:13 Punt
IOWA 20 03:31 5-32 2:32 Punt
2nd IOWA 19 13:46 5-9 3:27 Punt
IOWA 23 07:53 3-0 1:41 Punt
IOWA 31 03:22 10-55 2:58 FIELD GOAL
3rd IOWA 25 13:20 7-75 3:21 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 19 07:29 4-81 1:28 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 14 03:17 6-18 3:12 Punt
4th IOWA 38 13:23 4-19 2:27 Interception
IOWA 20 06:21 5-19 2:13 Punt
IOWA 20 01:22 15-35 1:16 Downs
Ohio State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st IOWA 19 15:00 10-39 5:32 Punt
IOWA 13 05:40 8-87 4:35 TOUCHDOWN
2nd IOWA 32 11:34 3-5 2:12 Punt
IOWA 33 08:17 9-45 4:39 Missed FG
3rd IOWA 22 08:36 10-65 5:10 FIELD GOAL
IOWA 15 01:58 7-28 3:36 Punt
4th OSU 27 12:24 2-27 0:31 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 19 07:38 3-5 1:33 Punt
IOWA 36 1:47 4-8 0:37 Downs


IOWA DRIVE CHARTS OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS
Northwestern
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st NU 38 12:57 11-62 5:20 TOUCHDOWN
NU 32 05:24 4-15 1:53 Punt
NU 20 00:59 5-16 2:13 Punt
2nd IOWA 40 10:19 7-17 2:26 Missed FG
NU 04 06:12 5-21 2:50 Punt
3rd NU 20 15:00 5-13 1:40 Punt
NU 20 09;59 6-20 2:30 Punt
NU 20 06:01 7-28 2:44 Punt
NU 30 00:05 7-32 1:42 Interception
4th NU 15 10:56 13-85 4:35 TOUCHDOWN
NU 09 04:08 11-91 2:46 TOUCHDOWN
Ohio State
QTR. START TIME PLAYS-YDS TOP RESULT
1st OSU 16 09:28 7-28 3:48 Punt
OSU 41 01:05 8-58 4:31 FIELD GOAL
2nd OSU 21 09:22 3-4 1:05 Punt
OSU 22 03:38 8-35 2:32 Interception
3rd OSU 23 15:00 12-77 6:24 TOUCHDOWN
OSU 40 3:26 3-4 1:28 Punt
4th OSU 20 13:22 3-0 0:58 Interception
OSU 39 11:53 11-30 4:15 FIELD GOAL
OSU 24 6:05 12-76 4:18 TOUCHDOWN
IOWA 44 1:10 4-19 1:10 End of Half
Drive Charts Includes 11 Games
Individual Career Bests
PASSING
Ricky Stanzi
Attempts: 41 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Completions: 25 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
Yards: 337 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Long: 92 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
TDs: 4 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
James Vandenberg
Attempts: 33 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
Completions: 20 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
Yards: 233 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
TDs: 2 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
Long: 55 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
John Wienke
Attempts: 1 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
RUSHING
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)
Marcus Coker
Attempts: 22 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Yards: 129 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
TDs: 1 vs, Ohio State (Nov. 20, 2010)
Long: 26 vs. Ohio State (Nov. 20, 2010)
100-yard Games: 1 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Keenan Davis
Attempts: 1 vs. N’western (Nov. 7, 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)
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos
Attempts: 1, four times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Yards: 17 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Long: 17 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Brett Morse
Attempts: 2, twice (last vs. Wisc., Oct. 23, 2010)
Yards: 16 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
Paki O’Meara
Attempts: 9 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
Yards: 34 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
TDs: 1, twice (last vs. FIU, Sept. 6, 2008)
Long: 17 vs. FL International (Sept. 6, 2008)
Marvin McNutt
Attempts: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 5 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 5 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Adam Robinson
Attempts: 31 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Yards: 158 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
TDs: 3 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 75 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
100-yard Games: 8 (last 108 at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
Brad Rogers
Attempts: 9 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Yards: 66 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Long: 18 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Colin Sandeman
Attempts: 1 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
Yards: 3 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
Long: 3 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
Ricky Stanzi
Attempts: 11 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008)
Yards: 30 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008)
TDs: 1, twice (last vs. Penn State, Oct. 2, 2010)
Long: 26 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
James Vandenberg
Attempts: 4 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
Yards: 18 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
Long: 9 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
Jason White
Attempts: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 14 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 14 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
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)
Marcus Coker
Catches: 1 twice (last vs. Ohio State Nov. 20, 2010)
Yards: 12 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Long: 12 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Keenan Davis
Catches: 4 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Yards: 50 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
TD: 1, twice (last vs. Ball State, Sept. 25, 2010)
Long: 21 vs. Arkansas State (Oct. 3, 2009)
Zach Derby
Catches: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 17 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 17 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Jewel Hampton
Catches: 2 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
Yards: 8 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
TDs: 1 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
Long: 4 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
Brad Herman
Catches: 3, twice (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Yards: 57 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 35 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Derrell Johnson-Koulianos
Catches: 8, twice (last at Wisconsin, Oct. 17, 2009)
Yards: 181 at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2008)
TDs: 3 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Long: 70 vs. NWestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
100-yard Games: 5 (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
Marvin McNutt, Jr.
Catches: 7, three times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Yards: 155 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
TDs: 2, twice (last at Ohio State, Nov. 14, 2009)
Long: 92 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Brett Morse
Catches: 3 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Yards: 27 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
TD: 1, twice (last vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 18 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
Don Nordmann
Catches: 1, three times (last vs. Eastern Ill., (Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 35 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Long: 35 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Paki O’Meara
Catches: 1 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Yards: 14 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Long: 14 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Allen Reisner
Catches: 6 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Yards: 66, twice (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
TD: 1, three times (last vs. vs. Wisc., Oct. 23, 2010)
Long: 66 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
Adam Robinson
Catches: 4, four times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Yards: 75 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Long: 48 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
TD: 1 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Brad Rogers
Catches: 1, twice (last at Michigan, Oct. 16, 2010)
Yards: 11 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Long: 11 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Colin Sandeman
Catches: 4, twice (last vs. Eastern Ill., Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 63 vs. Georgia Tech (Jan. 5, 2010)
TDs: 2 vs. FL International (Sept. 6, 2008)
Long: 25 vs. Maine (Aug. 30, 2008)
DEFENSE
Dominic Alvis
Tackles: 1, twice (last vs. Ball State, Sept. 25, 2010)
Solos: 1, twice (last vs. Ball State, Sept. 25, 2010)
TFLs: 1 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
Sacks: 1 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
Christian Ballard
Tackles: 9 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
Solos: 4, twice (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
Asst: 8 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
TFLs: 2.5, twice (last vs. Minnesota, Nov. 21,2009)
Sacks: 2.5 at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007)
FF: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
PB: 1, twice (last vs. Eastern Illinois, Sept. 4, 2010)
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, five times (last vs. Eastern Ill., Sept. 4, 2010)
Int: 1 at Michigan State (Oct. 4, 2008)
PB: 1 at Michigan State (Oct. 4, 2008)
Individual Career Bests
Steve Bigach
Tackles: 1, three times (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last vs. Ball State, Sept. 25, 2010)
Sacks: 1 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
TFL: 1 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Broderick Binns
Tackles: 9, twice (last vs. N’Western, Nov. 7, 2009)
Solos: 6 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Asst: 8 vs. N’western (Nov. 7, 2009)
TFLs: 2.5 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009)
Sacks: 1.5 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
INT: 1 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
FF: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009)
FR: 1, twice (last vs. Arkansas State, Oct. 3, 2009)
PB: 2, twice (last at Michigan State, Oct. 24, 2009)
BLK: 1 FG, vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
Greg Castillo
Tackles: 3, twice (last vs. Eastern Ill., Sept. 4, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 3 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
PB: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Adrian Clayborn
Tackles: 12 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
Solos: 9 vs. Georgia Tech (Jan. 5, 2010)
Asst: 8, twice (last vs. Penn State, Oct. 2, 2010)
TFLs: 3, three times (last vs. Penn St., Oct. 2, 2010)
Sacks: 2, four times (last vs. Georgia Tech, Jan. 5, 2010)
PB: 1, five times (last vs. Ohio State, Nov. 20,2010)
FF: 1, four times (last vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
FR: 1 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)
BLK: 1 FG, at N’western (Nov. 3, 2007)
1 FG at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
1 Punt (TD) at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009)
Lebron Daniel
Tackles: 2, twice (last vs. Ball State, Sept. 25, 2010)
Solos: 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 1, three times (last vs. Ohio St., Sept. 25, 2010)
TFLs: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Sacks: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last vs. vs. Indiana, Oct. 31, 2009)
FR: 1, three times (last at Michigan, Oct. 16, 2010)
Mike Daniels
Tackles 6 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Solos: 4 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Asst: 4, three times (last vs. Iowa St., Sept. 11, 2010)
TFLs: 4 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Sacks: 1, four times (last vs. Ball St., Sept. 25, 2010)
Bruce Davis
Tackles: 3 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Solos: 2 vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
Asst: 3 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
FR: 1, twice (last vs. Minnesota, Nov. 21,2009)
Shane DiBona
Tackles: 4 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Solos: 3 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Asst: 2 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Tom Donatell
Tackles: 1, four times (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Solos: 1 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
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, twice (last vs. Eastern Ill., Sept. 4, 2010)
Int: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
PB: 2, six times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Anthony Hitchens
Tackles: 2, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Asst: 2, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Jeremiha Hunter
Tackles: 13 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Solos: 9 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Asst: 9, four times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009)
TFLs: 2 vs. South Carolina (Jan. 1, 2009)
PB: 2, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Int: 1, three times (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
FF: 1 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
FR: 1, four times (last vs. Ball St., Sept. 25, 2010)
BLK: 1, FG vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5, 2009)
Micah Hyde
Tackles: 12 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Solos: 10 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Asst: 4 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
INT: 1, three times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
FF: 1 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
PB: 2 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Troy Johnson
Tackles: 13 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Solos: 5 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Asst: 8, three times (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Sacks: 1 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
TFL: 1 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
INT: 1 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
FF: 1 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
FR: 1 vs. Minnesota (Nov. 21,2009)
PB: 1, four times (last vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Christian Kirksey
Tackles: 1, five times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Asst: 1, five times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Karl Klug
Tackles: 9 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008)
Solos: 6 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Asst: 7 vs. Florida International (Sept. 6, 2008)
TFLs: 2, four times (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
Sacks: 2, twice (last at Nwestern, Nov. 13, 2010)
FF: 1, four times (last at Michigan, Oct. 16, 2010)
FR: 1 at Penn State (Sept. 26, 2009)
PB: 2, twice (last vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 23, 2010)
Nick Kuchel
Tackles: 1, three times (last vs. Penn St., Oct. 2, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last vs. Penn State, Oct. 2, 2010)
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)
B.J. Lowery
Tackles: 1, three times (last vs. Ohio State, Nov. 20, 2010)
Solos: 1, three times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
Asst: 1 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Tanner Miller
Tackles: 1, four times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Asst: 1, three times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
James Morris
Tackles: 13 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Solos: 7 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Asst: 8, three times (last vs. Ohio St., Nov. 20, 2010)
TFL: 1 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
Sacks: 1 at Nwestern (Nov. 13, 2010)
PB: 2 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Thomas Nardo
Tackles: 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last. vs. Ball St., Sept. 25, 2010)
Nick Nielsen
Tackles: 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Solos: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last vs. Iowa St., Sept. 11, 2010)
Tyler Nielsen
Tackles: 10 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
Solos: 5 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Asst: 7 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
TFLs: 2 at Michigan (Oct. 16, 2010)
Int: 1 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
PB: 4 vs. Penn State (Oct. 2, 2010)
Ross Peterson
Tackles: 2 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Solos: 2 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
Asst: 1, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Shaun Prater
Tackles: 10, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Solos: 7, three times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Asst: 3, three times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
TFL: 0.5 vs. Michigan St. (Oct. 30, 2010)
INT: 1, six times (last vs. Ohio State., Nov. 20, 2010)
FF: 1 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
PB: 3 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Tyler Sash
Tackles: 13 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
Solos: 8 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Asst: 8, twice (last vs. Wisconsin, Oct. 23, 2010)
TFLs: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Int: 3 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
FF: 1, three times (last at Mich. St., Oct. 24, 2009)
FR: 1 at Illinois (Nov. 1, 2008)
PB: 2, three times (last vs. Michigan, Oct. 10, 2009)
Don Schumpert
Tackles: 2 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Solos: 1, twice (last vs. vs. Michigan St., Oct. 30, 2010)
Asst: 2 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Jack Swanson
Tackles: 3 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Solos: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Asst: 3 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Jeff Tarpinian
Tackles: 12 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
Solos: 7 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
Asst: 8 vs. Iowa State (Sept. 11, 2010)
TFLs: 1.5 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Sacks: 1 at Arizona (Sept. 18, 2010)
FF: 1, twice (last vs. at Arizona, Sept. 18, 2010)
PB: 2 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Lance Tillison
Tackles: 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Solos: 2 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Asst: 1 vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
Jason White
Tackles: 2 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Solos: 1, twice (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Asst: 1, four times (last at Indiana, Nov. 6, 2010)
Individual Career Bests
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)
Keenan Davis
Returns: 1 vs. Indiana (Oct. 31, 2009)
Colin Sandeman
Returns: 4 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)
Yards: 41 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)
Long: 35 vs. Syracuse (Sept. 8, 2007)
Tyler Sash
Returns: 4 vs. N’western (Nov. 7, 2009)
Yards: 16 vs. N’western (Nov. 7, 2009)
Long: 11 vs. N’western (Nov. 7, 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)
Keenan Davis
Returns: 3, twice (last vs. Ohio State Nov. 20, 2010)
Yards: 58, twice (last vs. Ohio State Nov. 20, 2010)
Long: 22 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
C.J. Fiedorowicz
Returns: 1 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Yards: 4 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
Long: 4 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
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, eight times (last vs. Wisc., Oct. 23, 2010)
Yards: 154 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
TDs: 1 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
Long: 99 at Ohio State (Nov. 14, 2009)
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)
Colin Sandeman
Returns: 1 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Yards: 14 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
Long: 14 vs. Eastern Illinois (Sept. 4, 2010)
SPECIALISTS
Mike Meyer
Points:12 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
FG Attempts: 5 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
FGs Made: 4 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
PATs: 6 vs. Ball State (Sept. 25, 2010)
Long FG: 42 at Indiana (Nov. 6, 2010)
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 Pittsburgh (Sept. 20, 2008)
Daniel Murray
Points: 12 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)
FG Attempts: 4 vs. Michigan (Oct. 10, 2009)
FGs Made: 3, twice, (last at Mich. St., Oct. 24, 2009)
PATs: 5 at Iowa State (Sept. 12, 2009)
Long FG: 48 at Wisconsin (Oct. 17, 2009)
Ryan Donahue
Punts: 11 at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007)
Yards: 497 at Penn State (Oct. 6, 2007)
Avg: 60.5 -- 2 punts, vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 23, 2010)
Long: 82 vs. Michigan State (Oct. 27, 2007)
I20: 4, three times (last vs. No. Iowa, Sept. 5, 2009)
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. Ball State .................................. 9-3-05
56 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03
FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED
1. 0 vs. Minnesota............................... 11-21-09
0 at Minnesota ................................ 11-22-08
0 vs. FL International .......................... 9-6-08
0 vs. Syracuse .................................... 9-8-07
0 vs. Ball State .................................... 9-3-05
0 vs. Kent State .................................. 9-1-01
0 vs. Northern Illinois ........................ 9-18-99
0 vs. Ball State .................................. 9-26-10

MOST FIRST DOWNS
1. 30 vs. Kent State ................................ 9-1-01
2. 29 vs. Indiana ................................... 9-30-00
29 vs. Indiana ................................. 10-23-99
4. 28 at Indiana ................................... 10-11-08
28 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-19-05
28 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03
28 vs. Ball State ................................ 9-26-10
FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED
1. 5 vs. Syracuse .................................... 9-8-07
2. 6 at Minnesota ................................ 11-22-08
6 vs. Penn State ............................. 10-23-04
6 vs. Eastern Illinois ............................ 9-4-10
5. 8 vs. Arizona ..................................... 9-19-09
8 vs. Ball State .................................. 9-26-10
7. 9 vs. Georgia Tech .............................. 1-5-10
9 vs. Penn State ............................. 10-25-03

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 at Indiana ................................... 10-11-08
51 vs. Penn State ........................... 10-25-03

FEWEST RUSHING ATT., OPPONENT
1. 17 by Miami (OH)................................ 9-7-02
2. 19 by Kent State ................................. 9-4-05
3. 20 by Michigan................................ 10-26-02
20 by Utah State ............................... 9-21-02
20 by Texas Tech ............................ 11-29-01
20 by Michigan State ...................... 10-30-10
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 ALLOWED
1. -13 vs. Kent State ............................... 9-4-04
2. 7 at Minnesota ................................ 11-22-08
3. 10 vs. Montana ................................... 9-2-06
4. 14 vs. Miami (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. 43 at Northwestern ......................... 11-13-10
6. 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., OPPONENT
1. 9 by Georgia Tech ............................... 1-5-10
2. 13 by Nebraska................................. 9-23-00
13 by Iowa State ............................... 9-11-99
4. 15 by Nebraska................................... 9-4-99
5. 16 by Wisconsin.............................. 11-13-99
FEWEST PASSES COMP., OPPONENT
1. 2 by Georgia Tech ............................... 1-5-10
2. 6 by Iowa State ................................. 9-11-99
3. 7 by Syracuse ..................................... 9-8-07
7 by Buffalo ......................................... 9-6-03
5. 8 by Ball State................................... 9-26-10
6. 9 by Maine ........................................ 8-30-08
9 by Penn State .............................. 11-13-04
9 by Minnesota ............................... 10-23-04

MOST PASSING YARDS
1. 426 vs. Indiana ............................... 10-23-99
2. 380 vs. Indiana ................................. 9-30-00
3. 377 vs. Minnesota........................... 11-19-05
4. 364 at Minnesota ............................ 11-18-06
5. 357 vs. Purdue.................................. 10-8-05
FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED
1. 12 vs. Georgia Tech ............................ 1-5-10
2. 56 vs. Ball State ................................ 9-26-10
3. 58 vs. Buffalo ...................................... 9-6-03
4. 73 vs. Minnesota............................. 11-20-04
5. 79 vs. Syracuse .................................. 9-8-07
6. 83 vs. Maine ..................................... 8-30-08
MOST TOTAL OFFENSE
1. 613 vs. Minnesota........................... 11-19-05
2. 602 vs. Northwestern ...................... 11-10-01
3. 593 vs. Akron .................................... 8-31-02
4. 562 vs. Ball State .............................. 9-26-10
5. 552 vs. Indiana ............................... 10-23-99
6. 546 at Minnesota ............................ 11-18-06
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED
1. 103 vs. Syracuse ................................ 9-8-07
2. 110 vs. Kent State ............................... 9-4-04
3. 112 vs. Ball State .............................. 9-26-10
4. 134 at Minnesota ............................ 11-22-08
5. 144 vs. Montana ................................. 9-2-06
144 vs. Ball State ................................ 9-3-05

PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. OF 4)
1. 51.5 vs. W. Michigan........................... 9-9-00
2. 51.0 vs. Arizona ................................ 9-19-09
3. 50.2 vs. Penn State .......................... 11-4-00
4. 50.0 vs. Wisconsin .......................... 11-13-99
5. 49.2 vs. LSU ....................................... 1-1-05
6. 49.0 vs. Miami (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


Superlatives Under Coach Ferentz
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 37, Eastern Illinois 7
Sept. 4, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Eastern Illinois 0 7 0 0 7
Iowa 21 7 2 7 37
GAME RECAP
Iowa scored touchdowns on its first three offensive possessions
and added a blocked punt return for a score in opening the season
with a 37-7 home win over Eastern Illinois. Iowa gained 435 yards
total offense, while allowing the Panthers just 157 net yards.
Iowa drove 65 yards in six plays to start the game, collecting the
first points on a two-yard run by RB Adam Robinson. Robinson
added a four-yard scamper for a touchdown later in the first period
for a 14-0 Iowa advantage.
Senior Paki O’Meara gave Iowa’s special teams a lift with a
blocked punt. O’Meara, who was tabbed the conference’s special
teams Player of the Week, was able to recover the blocked kick
and scored on a 42-yard return. Iowa’s final points of the first
half came in the second period when Robinson added a six-yard
touchdown run and the Hawkeyes led 28-7 at the break.
Iowa lost two fumbles in the second half, one of those from inside
the EIU five-yard line. The Hawkeyes added a safety in the third
period and scored the final points when QB Ricky Stanzi completed
a one-yard scoring strike to FB Brett Morse. Sophomore PK Trent
Mossbrucker added all five PATs.
Robinson led Iowa’s ground game with 24 attempts for 109
yards and he also had 43 yards on three receptions. Robinson
surpassed 100 yards for the third time in his career while matching
a career-rushing best. Stanzi completed 13-20 passes for 229
yards, with no interceptions. WR Colin Sandeman (4-59) and TE
Allen Reisner (4-39) led Iowa receivers, as 10 Hawkeyes had at
least one reception.
Senior tackle Karl Klug and junior LB Tyler Nielsen led the Iowa
defense with six tackles each and both had 1.5 tackles for loss.
DE Adrian Clayborn added four tackles, including one tackle for
loss and DT Mike Daniels and DE Lebron Daniel each had one of
Iowa’s two QB sacks.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Adam Robinson, two-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, four-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Paki O’Meara, 42-yard punt return (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
EIU - - Von Wise, 11-yard pass from Brandon Large (Kevin Cook kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, six-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - TEAM safety
IA - - Brett Morse, one-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
Attendance: 70,585
EIU TEAM STATS IOWA
7 Score 37
6 First Downs 12
24-65 Rushes-Yds. 39-179
92 Passing Yds. 256
13-20-0 Passes (C-A-I) 21-26-0
44-157 Total Offense 65-435
8-39.5 Punts-Avg. 1-43.0
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2
5-43 Penalties-Yards 1-5
27:42 Time of Possession 32:18
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 24-109; O’Meara 4-34
EIU: Potempa 14-21
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 18-23-0-229; Vandenberg 3-3-0-27
EIU: Large 13-20-0-92
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Sandeman 4-59; Reisner 4-39
EIU: Whittaker 4-18; Lora 2-6
TACKLES:
IOWA: Klug 6; T. Nielsen 6
EIU: Martinez 9; Nasti 9
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 35, Iowa State 7
Sept. 11, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Iowa State 0 0 0 7 7
Iowa 7 21 7 0 35
GAME RECAP
Iowa scored touchdowns on its first three offensive possessions
for the second straight week as the Hawkeyes defeated Iowa State
35-7 in Kinnick Stadium. The win for Iowa was the third straight
in the series and fourth straight overall as the Hawkeyes retain
possession of the Cy-Hawky Trophy.
Iowa scored on drives of 71, 71 and 75 yards on its first three
possessions, running 26 plays in the first period, compared to
three for Iowa State. Iowa’s first score came on a nine-yard pass
from QB Ricky Stanzi to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. and the second
came on a two-yard run by Jewel Hampton. A 66-yard completion
to McNutt, Jr. set up Iowa’s third score, a two-yard pass from
Stanzi to TE Allen Reisner. Stanzi scored on a one-yard sneak to
increase the advantage to 28-0. That score was set up by a 75-
yard run by RB Adam Robinson.
Iowa’s complete domination of the first half included 288 yards
total offense and 20:35 in time of possession, compared to 85
yards and 9:25 possession time for Iowa State.
The Iowa defense came up with the first of three interceptions
to stop ISU’s second drive of the third period and the Hawkeyes
quickly drove 97 yards in three plays to take a 35-0 advantage.
Stanzi completed a 55-yard pass to Reisner and Robinson followed
with a 39-yard scoring run.
Robinson had a career-best 156 yards on 14 carries and
surpassed 1,000 career rushing yards on his 75-yard run.
Hampton added 20 carries for 84 yards in his first game since the
2009 Outback Bowl. Stanzi completed 11-18 passes for 204 yards
and two scores. Iowa did not have a turnover.
Senior LB Jeff Tarpinian, in his first career start, led the Iowa
defense. Tarpinian had a career-best 11 tackles, while LB Jeremiha
Hunter added nine and DB Tyler Sash had six. DB Shaun Prater,
FS Brett Greenwood and OLB Tyler Nielsen had interceptions.
Punter Ryan Donahue averaged 48.4 yards on five punts, allowing
just two returns for 13 yards.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., nine-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Jewel Hampton, two-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Allen Reisner, two-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Ricky Stanzi, one-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, 39-yard run (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
ISU - - Darius Darks, eight-yard pass from Austen Arnaud (Grant Mahoney kick)
Attendance: 70,585
ISU TEAM STATS IOWA
7 Score 35
15 First Downs 20
25-78 Rushes-Yds. 50-275
197 Passing Yds. 204
20-44-3 Passes (C-A-I) 11-20-0
69-275 Total Offense 70-479
7-40.4 Punts-Avg. 6-45.7
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0
5-40 Penalties-Yards 4-25
24:22 Time of Possession 35:38
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 14-156; Hampton 20-84
ISU: Robinson 11-48; Arnaud 9-20
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 11-18-0-204
ISU: Arnaud 20-44-3-197
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Johnson-Koulianos 5-65; Reisner 3-66-1 TD
ISU: Robinson 6-59; Darks 4-36
TACKLES:
IOWA: Tarpinian 11; Hunter 9
ISU: Klein 11; Sims 9
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Arizona 34, Iowa 27
Sept. 18, 2010, Arizona Stadium, Tucson, AZ
Iowa 0 7 7 13 27
Arizona 14 13 0 7 34
GAME RECAP
Iowa rallied from a 20-point halftime deficit to tie the game in
the fourth quarter, but 18th-ranked Arizona responded with a
touchdown with 3:57 to play to take a 34-27 win at Tucson. The
loss snapped Iowa’s four-game winning streak, dating back to last
season.
Arizona started fast, blocking an Iowa punt in the opening minutes
and quickly drove eight yards for the first score allowed by Iowa in
the first period this season. Iowa’s second possession ended with
a tipped pass being intercepted, and Trevin Wade racing 85 yards
to give the Wildcats a 14-0 advantage.
LB Jeff Tarpinian forced a fumble on Arizona’s next possession
and LB Jeremiha Hunter made the recovery, leading to a nine play,
93-yard Iowa scoring drive that cut the deficit to seven. Iowa’s first
score came on a four-yard pass from QB Ricky Stanzi to RB Jewel
Hampton. Arizona responded by returning the ensuing kickoff 100
yards for a 21-7 advantage. The Wildcats added two field goals in
the second period and led 27-7 at intermission.
Iowa closed the gap in the third quarter on a 37-yard pass
from Stanzi to WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, a reception that
put Johnson-Koulianos over 2,000 career receiving yards. The
Hawkeye defense led to the next two scores. DB Shaun Prater
recovered an Arizona fumbled punt, and the Hawkeyes scored on
an 18-yard pass from Stanzi to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., cutting the
deficit to 27-21.
Junior DE Broderick Binns followed with an interception on
Arizona’s second play, and his 20-yard touchdown return left the
game tied after Arizona blocked Iowa’s PAT attempt.
The Wildcats then drove 72 yards in nine plays for the winning
touchdown, scoring on a four-yard pass. The Hawkeyes were not
able to get in scoring position on their following possession.
Stanzi led Iowa’s offense, completing 18-33 passes for 278 yards
and three touchdowns. Johnson-Koulianos had seven receptions
for 114 yards. He moved into third place on Iowa’s career receiving
list.
The Hawkeye defense was led by Tarpinian, who had 12 tackles
to establish a career high for the second straight week. SS
Tyler Sash and OLB Tyler Nielsen each added seven stops and
Binns had six tackles to go with his first career interception and
touchdown.
SCORING SUMMARY
AZ - - David Douglas, five-pass from Nick Foles (Alex Zendejas kick)
AZ - - Trevin Wade, 85-yard interception return (Alex Zendejaz kick)
IA - - Jewel Hampton, four-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
AZ - - Travis Cobb, 100-yard kickoff return (Alex Zendejas kick)
AZ - - Alex Zendejas, 22-yard field goal
AZ - - Alex Zendejas, 47-yard field goal
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 37-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 18-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Trent Mossbrucker kick)
IA - - Broderick Binns, 20-yard interception return (kick blocked)
AZ - - Bug Wright, four-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Zendejas kick)
Attendance: 57,864
IOWA TEAM STATS ARIZ
27 Score 34
19 First Downs 19
26-29 Rushes-Yds. 30-63
278 Passing Yds. 303
18-33-1 Passes (C-A-I) 28-39-1
59-307 Total Offense 69-366
7-46.9 Punts-Avg. 5-37.8
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2
6-60 Penalties-Yards 12-103
27:52 Time of Possession 32:08
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Hampton 7-30;
UA: Grigsby 14-27
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 18-33-1-278
UA: Foles 28-39-1-303
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Johnson-Koulianos 7-114-1 TD; McNutt, Jr., 3-66-1 TD
UA: Douglas 7-74-1; Wright 5-67-1
TACKLES:
IOWA: Tarpinian 12; Sash 7; T. Nielsen 7
UA: Earls 6; Wade 5; Reed 5; Perkins 5
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 45, Ball State 0
Sept. 25, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Ball State 0 0 0 0 0
Iowa 7 14 14 10 45
GAME RECAP
Iowa concluded non-conference action with a dominating 45-0
win over Ball State on a chilly and rainy afternoon in Kinnick
Stadium. Iowa outgained the visitors 562-112 in total offense,
rushing for 256 yards and passing for 306 yards.
The Hawkeyes did not allow Ball State to cross midfield until
the third period and nine of 12 Ball State possessions were five
plays or less. The Cardinals were held to 56 rushing yards and 56
passing yards.
Iowa took a 7-0 advantage on a one-yard run by RB Adam
Robinson. The margin increased to 21-0 by halftime as Iowa QB
Ricky Stanzi had scoring strikes of eight yards (to WR Keenan
Davis) and 22 yards (to WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos) in the
second period.
Robinson added his second score on another one-yard run in
the third period and Johnson-Koulianos had a 45-yard reception
from Stanzi to stretch the advantage to 35-0 after three quarters.
WR Colin Sandeman had a six-yard touchdown reception from QB
James Vandenberg for Iowa’s final touchdown and PK Michael
Meyer added a 25-yard field goal for Iowa’s final points.
Robinson ended the contest with 22 carries for 115 yards and
three receptions for 75 yards. Stanzi had three touchdown passes
for the second straight game, completing 19-25 passes for 288
yards, with no interceptions. TE Allen Reisner had a career-best
five receptions for 53 yards and Johnson-Koulianos had 87 yards
on his four receptions. Davis (4-50) also had career best in catches
and yards while scoring his second career touchdown. Meyer, a
true freshman, made one of two field goals and all six PATs in his
first game as Iowa’s PAT and field goal kicker.
The Hawkeye defense collected six tackles for loss while holding
Ball State to 56 yards on 31 rushing attempts. DT Mike Daniels led
the defensive line with six tackles, including four of the tackles for
loss. Daniels was named co-defenisve Player of the Week in the
Big Ten. LB Jeff Tarpinian led the Iowa defense in tackles (nine)
for the third straight game. DE Adrian Clayborn added five tackles,
DB Micah Hyde had an interception and a forced fumble and LB
Jeremiha Hunter recovered a fumble for the second straight game.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Adam Robinson, one-yard run (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - Keenan Davis, eight-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 22-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, one-yard run (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 45-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - Colin Sandeman, six-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - Michael Meyer, 25-yard field goal
Attendance: 70,585
BSU TEAM STATS IOWA
0 Score 34
8 First Downs 19
31-56 Rushes-Yds. 30-63
56 Passing Yds. 303
8-19-1 Passes (C-A-I) 28-39-1
50-112 Total Offense 69-366
9-38.1 Punts-Avg. 5-37.8
1-1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1
8-73 Penalties-Yards 9-86
25:54 Time of Possession 34:06
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 22-115; Rogers 9-66
BSU: Williams 10-21
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 19-25-0-288; Vandenberg 2-4-0-18
BSU: Page 4-11-0-30; Wenning 4-8-1-26
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Reisner 5-53; Johnson-Koulianos 4-87-2 TD
BSU: Mershman 2-19; Ifft 2-17
TACKLES:
IOWA: Tarpinian 9; Daniels 6
BSU: Freeman 16; Baker 11; Martin 11
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 24, Penn State 3
Oct. 2, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Penn State 0 3 0 0 3
Iowa 10 7 0 7 24
GAME RECAP
Iowa used a solid defensive performance and a fast start on
offense to take a 24-3 Homecoming win over Penn State.
Iowa drove 77 yards in 10 plays on its first possession and led
3-0 following a 20-yard Michael Meyer field goal. After Penn State
failed to gain a first down on its first two possessions, Iowa struck
again for a 10-0 advantage. QB Ricky Stanzi completed the drive
with a nine-yard scoring strike to Derrell Johnson-Koulianos.
Iowa’s defense was at its best in the first period, allowing
Penn State no first downs and just one yard total offense. Iowa
increased its advantage late in the second period on a one-yard
sneak by Stanzi. The 68-yard drive was highlighted by two 18-yard
receptions by Marvin McNutt, Jr. and an 11-yard run by RB Adam
Robinson that put the ball at the one.
Penn State scored its only points of the first half on a 25-yard
field goal by Collin Wagner on the final play of the half. The Nittany
Lions threatened on their first drive of the third period, reaching a
first and goal at the Iowa 10. But QB Rob Bolden was stopped
inches short of a touchdown on fourth down and Iowa held Penn
State out of scoring range the rest of the night.
Iowa’s final points came on a 33-yard interception return by junior
DB Shaun Prater.
The Iowa defense did not allow a touchdown for the second
straight week, holding Penn State to 54 net rushing yards. The
Hawkeyes collected a pair of sacks and recorded eight tackles for
loss. DE Adrian Clayborn led Iowa with a game-high 10 tackles,
including three for loss, and a QB sack. His efforts garnered
Clayborn Big Ten defensive Player of the Week honors. DT
Christian Ballard added six stops, including a QB sack and the key
tackle at the goal line early in the third period.
LB Jeremiha Hunter added eight stops and true freshman LB
James Morris, forced into action due to injuries to Jeff Tarpinian
and Troy Johnson, added a career-best seven stops. Prater added
four tackles to go with his interception and touchdown return.
Stanzi led Iowa’s balanced offense by completing 16-22 passes
for 227 yards, with one touchdown and an interception. Robinson
rushed 28 times for 95 yards and McNutt, Jr. (5-93) and Johnson-
Koulianos (4-64) led Iowa’s receivers.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Michael Meyer, 20-yard field goal
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, nine-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Michael Meyer kick)
IA - - Ricky Stanzi, one yard run (Michael Meyer kick)
PSU - - Collin Wagner, 25-yard field goal
IA - - Shaun Prater, 33-yard interception return (Michael Meyer kick)
Attendance: 70,585
PSU TEAM STATS IOWA
3 Score 24
15 First Downs 17
23-54 Rushes-Yds. 36-122
247 Passing Yds. 227
22-42-1 Passes (C-A-I) 16-22-1
65-301 Total Offense 58-349
9-36.7 Punts-Avg. 7-40.3
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0
4-20 Penalties-Yards 5-29
28:12 Time of Possession 31:48
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 28-95; Stanzi 6-9
PSU: Royster 10-56; Reed 2-19
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 16-22-1-227
PSU: Bolden 20-37-1-212; Newsome 2-4-0-35
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 5-93; Johnson-Koulianos 4-64-1 TD
PSU: Smith 5-58; Brown 4-42
TACKLES:
IOWA: Clyaborn 10; Hunter 8
PSU: Lynn 9; Astorino 8
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 38, Michigan 28
Oct. 16, 2010, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
Iowa 7 14 7 10 38
Michigan 7 0 0 21 28
GAME RECAP
Iowa took advantage of Michigan turnovers in building a 28-7
advantage and held on during a wild fourth quarter to defeat the
Wolverines 38-28 in Ann Arbor on their homecoming. Michigan
drove 75 yards for a touchdown on its first possession to take a
7-0 advantage. Iowa answered later in the first period with a 14-
yard scoring pass from QB Ricky Stanzi to WR Derrell Johnson-
Koulianos to tie the score after one period.
Iowa took the lead for good early in the second period on a 31-
yard scoring strike from Stanzi to Johnson-Koulianos. Michigan
seemed poised to cut into the Iowa advantage later in the second
period, but a field goal attempt was blocked by DE Adrian Clayborn
and Sash returned the kick to the Michigan 48. Iowa RB Adam
Robinson would later score on a four-yard run to give Iowa a 21-7
advantage and that was the score at the break.
Michigan had the first scoring threat of the third period, driving
inside the Iowa 20. DL Karl Klug forced a Michigan fumble and
DE Lebron Daniel made the recovery. Iowa took advantage of
the turnover, driving to the Michigan 11-yard line, where Robinson
rushed for his second touchdown.
Michigan closed the gap to 28-14 early in the fourth period, but
Iowa responded with a four play, 60-yard scoring drive to restore
the 21-point advantage. The score came on a 19-yard pass from
Stanzi to Johnson-Koulianos.
Michigan closed the gap again, scoring consecutive touchdowns
in a four minute stretch to trail 35-28 with 6:55 remaining. Iowa took
over and controlled the ball for just over four minutes, concluding
the drive with a Mike Meyer 30-yard field goal that ended the
scoring.
Michigan’s final possession ended with a pass interception by
senior LB Troy Johnson, as Iowa claimed its fourth turnover of the
day. Sophomore DB Micah Hyde joined Sash and Johnson with
an interception.
Stanzi had another very efficient day in leading the Iowa offense,
completing 17-24 passes for 248 yards and three scores, with no
interceptions. Robinson added 143 rushing yards on a career-high
31 carries and he had 61 yards on four receptions. Stanzi was
named offensive Player of the Week in the Big Ten.
Johnson and LB Jeremiha Hunter led the Hawkeye defense with
13 tackles each, a career high for both seniors. DB Shaun Prater
added nine stops and Klug and Hyde each had eight.
SCORING SUMMARY
UM - - V. Smith, eight-yard pass from Denard Robinson (S. Broekhuizen kick)
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 14-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 31-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, four-yard run (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - Adam Robinson, four-yard run (Mike Meyer kick)
UM - - S. Hopkins, two-yard run (S. Broekhuizen kick)
IA - - D. Johnson-Koulianos, 19-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Miek Meyer kick)
UM - - J. Hemmingway, 45-yard pass from Tate Forcier (S. Broekhuizen kick)
UM - - Tate Forcier, three-yard run (S. Broekhuizen kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 30-yard field goal
Attendance: 112,784
IOWA TEAM STATS UM
38 Score 28
21 First Downs 29
36-135 Rushes-Yds. 42-187
248 Passing Yds. 335
17-24-0 Passes (C-A-I) 30-44-3
60-383 Total Offense 86-522
5-46.2 Punts-Avg. 3-50.3
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1
5-36 Penalties-Yards 8-66
29:00 Time of Possession 31:00
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 31-143
MICH: Robinson 18-105; Smith 10-39
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 17-24-0-248
MICH: Forcier 17-26-2-239; Robinson 13-18-1-96
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 4-78; Johnson-Koulianos 4-70-3 TD
MICH: Hemingway 9-134; Stonum 9-97
TACKLES:
IOWA: Hunter 13; Johnson 13
MICH: Floyd 11; Kovacs 8
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Wisconsin 31, Iowa 30
Oct. 23, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Wisconsin 3 7 14 7 31
Iowa 6 7 7 10 30
GAME RECAP
Wisconsin scored on an eight-yard run by Montee Ball with 1:06
remaining to edge Iowa 31-30 in Kinnick Stadium, ending Iowa’s
two-game win streak in the series. Iowa reached the Wisconsin
35-yard line as time expired, coming up just short in the battle for
the Heartland Trophy.
The game was close throughout as neither team led by more
than six points. Wisconsin connected on a field goal on its first
drive, but Iowa answered with a one-yard touchdown by RB
Adam Robinson for a 6-3 advantage as the Badgers blocked the
PAT. Wisconsin took a 10-6 margin on its next possession. The
Hawkeyes drove 49 yards in the closing minutes of the second
quarter, taking a 13-10 advantage on a three-yard pass from QB
Ricky Stanzi to TE Allen Reisner.
Iowa failed to move the ball to start the third quarter and
Wisconsin answered with an 80-yard drive that ended with a two-
yard touchdown by John Clay. Again, Iowa answered, retaking the
lead on a 45-yard scoring strike from Stanzi to WR Derrell Johnson-
Koulianos. Clay’s second short scoring run gave Wisconsin a 24-
20 advantage late in the third quarter.
Iowa regained the lead when Stanzi connected with WR Marvin
McNutt, Jr. for a six-yard score with 10:16 remaining. The
Hawkeyes collected the only turnover of the game, an interception
by DB Brett Greenwood on Wisconsin’s next play from scrimmage,
and added a 40-yard Mike Meyer field goal with 8:35 remaining.
Wisconsin then put together its game winning drive, using a fake
punt and a fourth down conversion to keep the drive alive.
Along with the blocked PAT, Iowa also missed a scoring
opportunity in the second period when the snap on a potential field
goal attempt was mishandled.
Stanzi led Iowa’s offense by completing 25-37 passes for
258 yards and three scores. Robinson rushed 23 times for 114
yards. McNutt, Jr. (7-70) and Johnson-Koulianos (5-93) led Iowa
receivers. Junior DB Tyler Sash led the Hawkeye defense with a
career-best 13 tackles and LB Tyler Nielsen added 10 tackles, also
a career best.
SCORING SUMMARY
UW - - Philip Welch, 33-yard field goal
IA - - Adam Robinson, one-yard run (kick blocked)
UW - - Bradie Ewing, seven-yard pass from Scott Tolzien (Welch kick)
IA - - Allen Reisner, three-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
UW - - John Clay, two-yard run (Welch kick)
IA - - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, 45-yard pass from R. Stanzi (Meyer kick)
UW - - John Clay, two-yard run (Welch kick)
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., six-yard pass from R. Stanzi (Meyer kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 40-yard field goal
UW - - Montee Ball, eight-yard run (Welch kick)
Attendance: 70,585
WISC TEAM STATS IOWA
31 Score 30
24 First Downs 23
38-142 Rushes-Yds. 30-118
205 Passing Yds. 258
20-26-1 Passes (C-A-I) 25-37-0
64-347 Total Offense 67-376
2-48.0 Punts-Avg. 2-60.5
1-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0
4-45 Penalties-Yards 6-41
33:12 Time of Possession 26:48
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 23-114; Morse 2-10
WISC: Clay 24-91; Ball 3-18
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 25-37-0-258
WISC: Tolzien 20-26-1-205
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt 7-70-1 TD; Johnson-Koulianos 5-93-1 TD
WISC: Ball 5-41; Anderson 3-42
TACKLES:
IOWA: Sash 13; T. Nielsen 10
WISC: Sorensen 9; Brinkley 8
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 37, Michigan State 6
Oct. 30, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Michigan State 0 0 0 6 6
Iowa 17 13 7 0 37
GAME RECAP
Iowa was sharp in all phases of the game in taking a 37-6
win over fifth-ranked Michigan State in Kinnick Stadium. The
Hawkeyes took the opening kick and scored the first touchdown
on a 12 play, 80-yard drive. QB Ricky Stanzi connected with WR
Colin Sandeman on a three-yard scoring strike. Iowa drove 64
yards on its second possession, adding a 37-yard field goal by
freshman PK Mike Meyer.
Iowa’s defense added the next score, as DB Micah Hyde scored
on a 66-yard return. DB Tyler Sash came up with the interception,
then pitched the ball to Hyde, who scored Iowa’s third defensive
touchdown of the season to put Iowa on top 17-0 in the first quarter.
Iowa’s second interception came on Michigan State’s next
possession, as DB Shaun Prater returned the theft 42 yards to the
MSU 43. Iowa scored soon after on a 32-yard pass from Stanzi to
RB Adam Robinson. Robinson added a two-yard touchdown run
later in the second period and Iowa led 30-0 at halftime.
DB Brett Greenwood collected Iowa’s third interception to start
the third period. After exchanging punts the Hawkeyes added their
final score on a 22-yard scoring strike from Stanzi to WR Marvin
McNutt, Jr. A 16-yard completion from Stanzi to TE Brad Herman
and two 11-yard runs by Robinson led to the touchdown. MSU’s
only points came on a six-yard pass on the first play of the fourth
quarter and the two-point conversion attempt failed.
Stanzi completed 11-15 passes for 190 yards and had three
touchdown passes for the fifth time in eight games. Robinson
rushed for 69 yards on 20 carries and added his first career scoring
reception. Herman (3-80) and fellow TE Allen Reisner (4-36) led
Iowa receivers.
The Iowa defense was superb all day, allowing Michigan State
just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense. MSU entered
the game averaging 193 rushing yards and 448 yards total offense.
Prater added a career-high 10 tackles to go with his interception.
He was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week.
True freshman LB James Morris, earning his first career start,
added a career-best nine tackles, as did senior LB Troy Johnson.
Hyde had five tackles and DL Mike Daniels had two tackles for loss
among his five tackles.
Punter Ryan Donahue averaged 38.8 yards per punt, with three
inside the MSU 20, and Derrell Johnson-Koulianos totaled 39
yards on Iowa’s lone KO return.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Colin Sandeman, three-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer Kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 37-yard field goal
IA - - Micah Hyde, 66-yard interception return (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - Adam Robinsin, 32-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (kick failed)
IA - - Adam Robinson, two-yard run (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 22-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
MSU - - B.J. Cunningham, six-yard pass from Kirk Cousins (pass failed)
Attendance: 70,585
MSU TEAM STATS IOWA
6 Score 37
13 First Downs 18
20-31 Rushes-Yds. 42-162
227 Passing Yds. 190
25-39-3 Passes (C-A-I) 11-16-0
59-258 Total Offense 58-352
6-48.5 Punts-Avg. 5-38.8
2-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0
7-63 Penalties-Yards 3-35
27:50 Time of Possession 32:10
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 20-69; Coker 16-40
MSU: Baker 9-21; Bell 6-12
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 11-15-0-190
MSU: Cousins 21-29-3-198
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Reisner 4-36; Herman 3-80; McNutt, Jr. 2-39-1 TD
MSU: Dell 8-98; Cunningham 4-36-1
TACKLES:
IOWA: Prater 10; T. Johnson 9; Morris 9
MSU: Jones 9; Hyde 9; Gordon 9
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Iowa 18, Indiana 13
Nov. 6, 2010, Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, IN
Iowa 3 3 3 9 18
Indiana 3 3 7 0 13
GAME RECAP
Iowa led for most of the game, but had to rally in the fourth
quarter for an 18-13 win at Indiana, earning Coach Kirk Ferentz
career win No. 100.
Iowa drove to a field goal on its first possession of the game and
added another three-pointer in the second period, but still found
the score tied 6-6 at halftime. The Hoosiers answered both of
Iowa’s first half field goal drives with a field goal of their own.
Iowa took a 9-6 advantage with 5:33 remaining in the third period
on a 27-yard field goal by Mike Meyer, who had connected from 23
and 27 yards in the first half. The Hoosiers answered again, taking
the lead with 42 seconds remaining in the quarter on a one-yard
run by QB Ben Chappell.
The Hawkeyes responded with another field goal, as Meyer
connected on a career-long 42-yard kick with 8:33 remaining to
cut the Iowa deficit to a single point. Iowa regained possession
with 3:42 remaining in the game and took just three plays to
drive 88 yards for the winning score. QB Ricky Stanzi completed
consecutive passes to WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos for 21 and
15 yards. Stanzi then hit WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. down the middle
for a 52-yard touchdown and the winning margin with 2:50 left in
the game. Iowa’s two-point pass attempt was incomplete.
Still, the Hawkeyes had to hold off one last Indiana scoring
threat. The Hoosiers started from their own 41 after a 28 yard KO
return and quickly moved to a first down at the Iowa 18. After three
straight incompletions and a timeout with 35 seconds remaining,
Chappell’s final pass into the end zone was incomplete and Iowa
had its third straight win over the Hoosiers.
Stanzi was again outstanding for Iowa, completing 22-33 passes
for 290 yards, with a touchdown and an interception. McNutt, Jr.
led Iowa receivers with six catches for 126 yards and Johnson-
Koulianos had 72 yards on six receptions. Freshman RB Marcus
Coker, in his first career start, rushed 22 times for 129 yards.
The Iowa defense limited Indiana to 222 passing yards, nearly
100 yards below its season average. DB Micah Hyde and DB
Shaun Prater each collected 10 tackles, while freshman LB James
Morris added nine stops. Iowa had a season-high nine pass break-
ups, including two each by Hyde, Morris and LB Jeremiha Hunter.
Meyer was named special teams Player of the Week in the Big
Ten and is the first Hawkeye with four field goals in a game since
2005.
SCORING SUMMARY
IA - - Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal
IU - - Mitch Ewald, 37-yard field goal
IA - - Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal
IU - - Mitch Ewald, 28-yard field goal
IA - - Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal
IU - - Ben Chappell, one-yard run (Mitch Ewald kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 52-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (pass failed)
Attendance: 42,991
IOWA TEAM STATS IND
18 Score 13
22 First Downs 29
29-155 Rushes-Yds. 24-91
290 Passing Yds. 1222
22-33-1 Passes (C-A-I) 27-46-1
62-445 Total Offense 70-313
2-48.5 Punts-Avg. 5-39.2
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0
9-65 Penalties-Yards 6-72
31:02 Time of Possession 28:58
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Coker 22-129; Rogers 2-9
IND: Burgess 16-55; Doss 4-33
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 22-33-1-290
IND: Chappell 27-46-1-222
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt 6-126-1 TD; Johnson-Koulianos 6-72
IND: Belcher 7-50; Doss 7-47
TACKLES:
IOWA: Hyde 10; Prater 10
IND: Evans 13; Ernest 7
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Northwestern 21, Iowa 17
Nov. 13, 2010, Ryan Field, Evanston, IL
Iowa 0 3 14 0 17
Northwestern 7 0 0 14 21
GAME RECAP
Northwestern used two long scoring drives in the fourth quarter
to rally to a 21-17 win over Iowa in Evanston. The Hawkeyes had
the ball in Wildcat territory in the final minute, reaching the 39-yard
line before a fourth down pass to the end zone was knocked away.
Trailing 7-3 at halftime, Iowa took control in the third period,
driving 75 yards for a touchdown in seven plays. It took the lead
on a five-yard pass from QB Ricky Stanzi to WR Marvin McNutt,
Jr. A 16-yard pass from Stanzi to McNutt, Jr. led to the touchdown.
The Hawkeyes increased the advantage on their next possession
as Stanzi connected with WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos for a 70-
yard score to give Iowa a 17-7 advantage through three quarters.
That play marked Iowa’s longest scoring play of the season and
the longest career reception for Johnson-Koulianos.
The teams exchanged interceptions early in the fourth period,
with Northwestern taking over at its own 15 with 10:56 remaining
following Iowa’s only turnover. The Wildcats drove 85 yards in 13
plays to cut the deficit to 17-14 with 6:21 to play. Iowa picked up a
first down on its next possession, but was forced to punt with 4:08
left to play.
The Wildcats drove 91 yards in 11 plays for the winning score,
a 20-yard pass from QB Dan Persa to WR Demetrius Fields with
1:22 left in the game. Iowa moved 41 yards before turning the ball
over on downs in the final seconds.
Northwestern scored a touchdown on its first drive of the game
and held the Iowa offense in check throughout most of the first
half. Iowa drove 55 yards on its final possession of the second
quarter, getting on the scoreboard on a 32-yard field goal by PK
Mike Meyer in the final minute of the half.
Stanzi led the Iowa offense by completing 23-41 passes for 270
yards and two touchdowns, with one interception. Sophomore
RB Adam Robinson returned to action to rush for 108 yards on
22 carries, surpassing the century mark for the sixth time in nine
games this season. McNutt, Jr. had seven receptions for 72 yards
and Johnson-Koulianos added 104 yards on five receptions. TE
Allen Reisner reached career highs with six receptions for 66 yards.
Freshman LB James Morris led Iowa’s defense with a career-
best 13 tackles. CB Micah Hyde added a career-best 12 tackles
and OLB Jeff Tarpinian had eight stops. LB Jeremiha Hunter had
his third career interception and P Ryan Donahue averaged 42.9
yards on seven punts, including a long of 73 yards.
Scoring Summary
NW - - Dan Persa, two-yard run (Stefan Demos kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 32-yard field goal
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., five-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
IA - - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, 70-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
NW - - Jeremy Ebert, six-yard pass from Dan Persa (Stefan Demos kick)
NW - - Demetrius Fields, 20-yard pass from Dan Persa (Stefan Demos kick)
Attendance: 47,130
IOWA TEAM STATS NW
17 Score 21
17 First Downs 26
28-101 Rushes-Yds. 39-101
270 Passing Yds. 318
23-43-1 Passes (C-A-I) 32-43-1
71-371 Total Offense 82-419
7-42.9 Punts-Avg. 6-43.7
2-0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0
6-39 Penalties-Yards 6-62
28:51 Time of Possession 31:09
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Robinson 22-108; Coker 3-14
NW: Trumpy 15-51; Persa 18-50
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 23-41-1-270
NW: Persa 32-43-1-318
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 7-72-1 TD; Johnson-Koulianos 5-104-1 TD; Reisner 6-66
NW: Dunsmore 8-65; Ebert 6-60; Trumpy 5-55
TACKLES:
IOWA: Morris 13; Hyde 12
NW: Peters 10; Arnold 7
2010 Iowa Game Summaries
Ohio State 20, Iowa 17
Nov. 20, 2010, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA
Ohio State 0 3 7 10 20
Iowa 7 0 3 7 17
GAME RECAP
Ohio State scored the final 10 points of the game as the seventh-
ranked Buckeyes rallied for a 20-17 win in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa
took an early lead, driving 87 yards on its second possession of the
game. QB Ricky Stanzi completed a 19-yard scoring strike to WR
Marvin McNutt, Jr. to give Iowa a 7-0 advantage.
Ohio State scored its only points of the first half early in the
second quarter, as Devin Barclay booted an 18-yard field goal.
The Buckeyes had second and goal from the three and third and
goal from the one, but could not get the touchdown and Iowa held
a 7-3 halftime advantage. Iowa drove to the Buckeye 22 late in the
second quarter, but a Mike Meyer field goal attempt from 40 yards
was wide left.
Ohio State began the second half with a 77-yard touchdown
drive, taking the lead on a five-yard pass from QB Terrelle Pryor to
Reid Fragel. Iowa answered with a scoring drive of its own, tying
the game at 10 on a 31-yard Meyer field goal and that’s the way
the third quarter ended.
The defense led the way for Iowa’s final points, as Shaun Prater
came up with an interception off a tipped pass and returned the
ball to the OSU 27. Freshman RB Marcus Coker broke loose for
a 26-yard gain on first down and then scored from the one on the
next play to give Iowa a 17-10 advantage.
Ohio State came back, cutting the deficit to 17-13 on a 48-yard
field goal by Barclay with 7:38 remaining. Iowa failed to gain a
first down on its next possession and OSU got the ball back at its
own 24 with 6:05 to play. From there the Buckeyes drove to the
winning score, as Dan Herron scored on a one-yard run with 1:47
to play. The big play in the drive was a 14-yard scramble by Pryor
with OSU facing a fourth and 10 at midfield.
Coker led Iowa’s ground game with 70 yards on just nine carries.
His fourth quarter score marked his first career touchdown. Stanzi
completed 20-31 passes for 195 yards, with McNutt, Jr. grabbing
seven receptions for 92 yards.
The Iowa defense held the powerful Ohio State offense 100
yards and 20 points under its season average while collecting two
interceptions. LB Jeremiha Hunter led the way with 11 tackles.
Hyde added nine tackles to go with his interception. Freshman LB
James Morris had nine tackles, giving him at least nine stops for
the fourth straight game.
Scoring Summary
IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 19-yard pass from Ricky Stanzi (Mike Meyer kick)
OSU - - Devin Barclay, 18-yard field goal
OSU - - Reid Fragel, five-yard pass from Terrelle Pryor (Devin Barclay kick)
IA - - Mike Meyer, 31-yard field goal
IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick)
OSU - - Devin Barclay, 48-yard field goal
OSU - - Dan Herron, one-yard run (Devin Barclay kick)
Attendance: 70,585
OSU TEAM STATS IOWA
20 Score 17
21 First Downs 17
36-158 Rushes-Yds. 25-81
195 Passing Yds. 195
18-33-2 Passes (C-A-I) 20-31-0
69-353 Total Offense 56-276
3-42.0 Punts-Avg. 4-41.0
0-0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0
8-73 Penalties-Yards 4-25
30:29 Time of Possession 29:31
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Coker 9-70; Robinson 9-27
OSU: Pryor 15-78; Herron 20-69
PASSING:
IOWA: Stanzi 20-31-0-195
OSU: Pryor 18-33-2-195
RECEIVING:
IOWA: McNutt 7-92-1 TD; Johnson-Koulianos 2-38
OSU: Sanzenbacher 6-102; Herron 5-30
TACKLES:
IOWA: Hunter 11; Hyde 9; Morris 9
OSU: Rolle 10; Hines 9; Sweat 8

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