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26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

IOWA OFFENSE

IOWA STATE OFFENSE

WR..........8 Shumpert, 4 Smith WR..........6 Ecby, 4 Harris

LT..........68 Scherff, 76 MacMillan LT...........65 Gannon, 66 Dunning

LG.........59 Boffeli, 58 Simmons LG..........70 Burton, 77 Omoile

C..........63 Blythe, 57 Gaul C............76 Lalk, 56 Loth

RG.........65 Walsh, 78 Donnal RG.........64 Tuftee, 75 Williams

RT.........70 Van Sloten, 73 Ward RT..........69 Lichtenberg, 72 Dagel

TE..........86 Fiedorowicz, 82 Hamilton/87 Duzey TE..........84 Brun, 95 Boesen

WR........11 Martin-Manley, 17 Hillyer/23 Cotton WR........80 Coleman, 1 West/18 Gary

QB.........15 Rudock, 16 Beathard/19 Sokol QB.........12 Richardson, 3 Rohach

RB.........45 Weisman/5 Bullock, 33 Canzeri RB............8 White, 21 Johnson, 32 Woody

FB..........38 Cox, 42 Plewa WR..........9 Bundrage, 13 Daley

IOWA DEFENSE

IOWA STATE DEFENSE

DE.........95 Ott, 98 Hardy DE.........50 Scott, 90 Meyers

DT.........71 Davis, 97 Cooper DT..........87 Irving, 9 Coe

DT.........90 Trinca-Pasat, 67 Johnson NG.........93 Jensen, 92 Krick/95 Woods

DE.........79 Alvis, 34 Meier DE.........48 Morrissey, 69 Kron

OLB.......20 Kirksey, 39 Perry LB..........14 Brackens, 44 Meeks

MLB......44 Morris, 52 Alston LB..........52 George, 29 Seeley/41 White

WLB......31 Hitchens, 55 Collins LB..........21 Knott, 55 Miller

LC..........19 Lowery, 7 Draper LC............4 Richardson, 11 Rogers

SS..........37 Lowdermilk, 21 Law SS..........26 Broomfield, 23 Cotton

FS.......... 5 Miller, 12 Gair FS............5 Washington, 16 Shaeffer/7 Stokes

RC.........14 King, 35 Smith RC............2 Watson, 1 Tribune/6 Lynn

PT..........98 Kornbrath PT..........13 Van Der Kamp

PK.........96 Meyer, 1 Koehn PK..........41 Arceo/1 Netten

TIME & PLACE - - 5:05 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 14, Jack Trice Stadium

(56,800), Ames, Iowa.

TICKETS - - The game is sold out.

RADIO - - (Originating Network): Learfield Communications with

a network of over 40 stations. Gary Dolphin and Ed Podolak will

call the action, along with sideline reporter Rob Brooks. The game

can also be heard on KRUI (89.7 FM), the UI student radio station.

TELEVISION - - The game will be televised by Fox Sports 1. The

announcers are Justin Kutcher, James Bates and Brady Poppinga.

THE RECORDS - - Iowa (1-1) defeated Missouri State 28-14 last

weekend in Kinnick Stadium after opening the season with a 30-

27 loss to Northern Illinois in Iowa City. Iowa was 4-8 a year ago,

including a 2-2 record in non-conference play and a 2-6 mark in

the Big Ten. Four of the losses came by four points or fewer and

two came on the final play of the game.

Iowa State is 0-1 after a 28-20 opening home loss to Northern

Iowa on Aug. 31. The Cyclones were idle last weekend. Iowa State

was 6-7 a year ago, including a 3-6 record in Big 12 Conference play.

THE SERIES - - Iowa holds a 39-21 advantage in the series that

began in 1894. Iowa State has won the last two meetings, including

a 9-6 decision last year in Iowa City and a 44-41 triple-overtime

win in Ames in 2011. The Hawkeyes have won three of the last

five. Iowa won 15 straight in the series between 1983-97, while

ISU’s longest streak in the series (five straight) took place from

1998-2002.

Iowa is 16-8 in games played in Ames.

COACHING RECORDS - - Kirk Ferentz is in his 18th year as a

college head coach and his 15th year as Iowa’s head coach. His

career record is 113-96 and he is 101-75 at Iowa. He is the 12th

Big Ten Conference coach to win 100 games.

Paul Rhoads is in his fifth year as a head coach, all at Iowa State.

Rhoads holds a 24-28 record.

NEXT GAME - - Iowa returns home Saturday, Sept. 21, hosting

Western Michigan (11 a.m. CT, BTN) in its final non-conference

game of the season.

Iowa State returns to action Thursday, Sept. 26, with a nonconference

contest at Tulsa.

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Offense

Pos............No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Previous School)

SE.................. 8 ** Don Shumpert ^ 6-3 200 Sr. St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East)

4 * Tevaun Smith ^ 6-2 200 So. Toronto, Ontario (Kent School, Conn.)

LT................ 68 ** Brandon Scherff 6-5 315 Jr. Denison, Iowa (Denison)

76 ** Nolan MacMillan 6-6 294 Sr. Toronto, Ontario (The Hun School)

LG............... 59 * Conor Boffeli 6-5 295 Sr. West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley)

58 Eric Simmons 6-2 295 So. Madrid, Iowa (Iowa Western CC)

C................. 63 * Austin Blythe 6-3 300 So. Williamsburg Iowa (Williamsburg)

57 Tommy Gaul 6-3 277 Jr. Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling Catholic)

RG............... 65 * Jordan Walsh 6-4 290 So. Glendale Heights, Ill. (Glenbard West)

78 * Andrew Donnal 6-7 305 Jr. Montclova, Ohio (Anthony Wayne)

RT............... 70 *** Brett Van Sloten 6-7 300 Sr. Decorah, Iowa (Decorah)

73 Ryan Ward 6-5 290 #Fr. Homer Glen, Ill. (Providence Catholic)

TE................ 86 *** C.J. Fiedorowicz ^ 6-7 265 Sr. Johnsburg, Ill. (Johnsburg)

82 ** Ray Hamilton ^ 6-5 252 Jr. Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville)

OR 87 * Jake Duzey 6-4 245 So. Troy, Mich., (Athens)

WR.............. 11 ** Kevonte Martin-Manley 6-0 205 Jr. Pontiac, Mich. (Brother Rice)

17 * Jacob Hillyer 6-4 205 So. Somerset, Texas (Somerset)

OR 23 * Jordan Cotton 6-1 192 Sr. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa (Mt. Pleasant)

QB............... 15 Jake Rudock 6-3 205 So. Weston, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas)

16 C.J. Beathard 6-2 195 #Fr. Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy)

OR 19 Cody Sokol 6-2 215 Jr. Phoenix, Ariz. (Scottsdale CC)

RB............... 45 * Mark Weisman 6-0 236 Jr. Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Stevenson)

OR 5 ** Damon Bullock 6-0 200 Jr. Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield)

33 * Jordan Canzeri 5-9 192 So. Troy, N.Y. (Troy)

FB................ 38 Adam Cox 5-11 215 So. Chana, Ill. (Stillman Valley)

42 Macon Plewa 6-2 234 So. Franklin, Wis. (Franklin)

PK............... 96 *** Mike Meyer ^ 6-2 190 Sr. Dubuque, Iowa (Wahlert)

1 Marshall Koehn 6-0 195 So. Solon, Iowa (Solon)

Defense

Pos............No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Previous School)

LE................ 95 Drew Ott ^ 6-4 265 So. Trumbull, Neb. (Giltner)

98 * Mike Hardy 6-5 275 Jr. Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly)

LT................ 71 * Carl Davis 6-5 315 Jr. Sterling Heights, Mich. (Stevenson)

97 * Darian Cooper 6-2 280 So. Elkridge, Md. (DeMatha Catholic)

RT............... 90 * Louis Trinca-Pasat 6-3 290 Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Lane Tech)

67 Jaleel Johnson 6-4 310 #Fr. Lombard, Ill. (Montini Catholic)

RE............... 79 ** Dominic Alvis 6-4 265 Sr. Logan, Iowa (Logan-Magnolia)

34 Nate Meier ^ 6-2 235 So. Tabor, Iowa (Fremont-Mills)

OLB............. 20 *** Christian Kirksey ^ 6-2 235 Sr. St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East)

39 * Travis Perry 6-3 232 So. Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale)

MLB............ 44 *** James Morris ^ 6-2 240 Sr. Solon, Iowa (Solon)

52 ** Quinton Alston ^ 6-1 232 Jr. Sicklerville, N.J. (Timber Creek Reg.)

WLB............ 31 *** Anthony Hitchens ^ 6-1 233 Sr. Lorain, Ohio (Clearview)

55 ** Marcus Collins ^ 6-0 222 Jr. Yeadon, Pa. (Monsignor Bonner)

LC................ 19 *** B.J. Lowery ^ 5-11 193 Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Hughes)

7 * Sean Draper 6-0 180 So. Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)

SS................ 37 ** John Lowdermilk ^ 6-2 207 Jr. Carrollton, Ohio (Carrollton)

21 ** Nico Law ^ 6-1 200 Jr. Clinton, Md. (Bishop McNamara)

FS................. 5 *** Tanner Miller ^ 6-2 207 Sr. Kalona, Iowa (Mid-Prairie)

12 Anthony Gair 6-2 200 #Fr. Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Christian)

RC............... 14 Desmond King 5-11 185 Fr. Detroit, Mich. (East English Village)

35 Gavin Smith 5-10 190 Sr. North Liberty, Iowa (Iowa Central CC)

PT................ 98 * Connor Kornbrath ^ 6-6 240 So. Bridgeport, W. Va. (Bridgeport)

Punt Returns: 11 Kevonte Martin-Manley Kickoff Returns: 23 Jordan Cotton

33 Jordan Canzeri

Deep Snaps: 61 Casey Kreiter Holder: 98 Connor Kornbrath

* - - Letters won ^ - - Redshirt year still available # - - Indicates redshirt freshman

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IOWA RESULTS/SCHEDULE

1-1, 0-0 BIG TEN

8/31 Northern Illinois L, 27-30

9/7 Missouri State W, 28-14

9/14 at Iowa State 5:05 p.m./FS1

9/21 Western Michigan 11 a.m./BTN

9/28 at Minnesota* 2:30 p.m./ABC, ESPN (2)

10/5 Michigan State* 11 a.m.

10/19 at Ohio State* 2:30 p.m./ABC, ESPN (2)

10/26 Northwestern* TBA

11/2 Wisconsin* TBA

11/9 at Purdue* TBA

11/23 Michigan* TBA

11/29 at Nebraska* 11 a.m./ABC

* -- Big Ten Conference game

IOWA STATE RESULTS/SCHEDULE

0-1, 0-0 BIG 12

8/31 Northern Iowa L, 28-20

9/14 Iowa 5:05 p.m./FS1

9/26 at Tulsa 6:30 p.m.

10/3 Texas 7:30 p.m.

10/12 at Texas Tech* TBD

10/19 at Baylor* TBD

10/26 Oklahoma State* TBD

11/2 at Kansas State* TBD

11/9 TCU* TBD

11/16 at Oklahoma* TBD

11/23 vs Kansas* TBD

11/30 at West Virginia* TBD

* -- Big 12 Conference Game

IOWA COACHES

(Game Location)

Offense

Greg Davis (booth) Offensive Coordinator

Brian Ferentz (field) Offensive Line

Chris White (field) RB’s/Special Teams

Bobby Kennedy (field) Wide Receivers

DJ Hernandez (field) Grad. Asst./Tight Ends

Austin Showalter (booth) Graduate Assistant

Kelvin Bell (field) Grad. Asst./Special Teams

Defense

Phil Parker (field) Def. Coordinator/DB’s

Eric Johnson (booth) Recruit. Coord./Asst. DL

Reese Morgan (field) Defensive Line

Jim Reid (booth)

Linebackers

LeVar Woods (field)

Linebackers

Chris Polizzi (booth) Graduate Asst./DBs

WEEK 3: IOWA AT IOWA STATE

IOWA HAWKEYES

Record: 1-1

Ranking: NR (AP)

Ranking: NR (USA Today)

Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz

Alama Mater: Connecticut

Overall Record: 113-96 (18 yrs)

Record at Iowa: 101-75 (15 yrs)

IOWA STATE CYCLONES

Record: 0-1

Ranking: NR (AP)

Ranking: NR (USA Today)

Head Coach: Paul Rhoads

Alma Mater: Missouri Western

Overall Record: 24-28 (5 yrs)

Record at ISU: 24-28 (5 yrs)

THE SETTING

Date: Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013

Location: Ames, Iowa

Stadium: Jack Trice Stadium (56,800)

Surface: Grass

Kickoff: 5:05 p.m. (CT)

Series: Iowa leads, 39-21

Tickets: hawkeyesports.com (available)

TV: FS1 (HD)

Justin Kutcher, play-by-play

James Bates, color analyst

Brady Poppinga, Sideline reporter

Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network & KRUI Radio

Gary Dolphin, play-by-play

Ed Podolak, color analyst

Rob Brooks, sideline reporter

Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 137; XM Channel 193

Live Audio: hawkeyesports.com (Hawkeye All-Access)

Live Stats: hawkeyesports.com

Twitter: @TheIowaHawkeyes / @IowaFBLive

IOWA/ISU NOTES

• Saturday’s contest marks just the third time in 61 meetings the schools will

kickoff at 5 p.m. or later. Iowa State has won the previous two contests, including

a 17-10 win on Sept. 11, 1999 following at 6:05 p.m. start in Ames, and a

36-31 win on this date in 2002, a 5:05 p.m. start in Iowa City.

• Saturday will be the third event in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series. The

Hawkeye currently own a 2-0 advantage after last Friday’s 3-0 women’s soccer

victory in Iowa City. Saturday’s football contest is worth three points.

Iowa’s depth chart includes eight native Iowans listed as starters: DE Dominic

Alvis (Logan), C Austin Blythe (Williamsburg), LG Conor Boffeli (West Des

Moines), PK Mike Meyer (Dubuque), SS Tanner Miller (Kalona), MLB James

Morris (Solon), LT Brandon Scherff (Denison) RT Brett Van Sloten (Decorah).

Iowa State’s depth chart also includes eight native Iowans listed as starters: K

Edwin Arceo (Muscatine), OL Jacob Gannon (Iowa City), NG Brandon Jensen

(Ankeny), C Jamison Lalk (Council Bluffs), ST Kyle Lichtenberg (Bettendorf), RE

Cory Morrissey (Ames), SG Ethan Tuftee (Davenport) and P Kirby Van Der Kamp

(West Des Moines).

Iowa WR Jordan Cotton is the brother of ISU defensive back Darian Cotton.

Both Jordan and Darian wear jersey No. 23. Their father, Marshall, was an

Iowa running back from 1985-87.

• PK Mike Meyer scored a career-best 15 points in 2011’s triple overtime contest

in Ames. He attempted and made all four field goals, including a career-long

50-yarder, along with splitting the uprights on all three PAT attempts.

Iowa won three of five games against Iowa State during the time that ISU Coach

Paul Rhoads was a Cyclone assistant coach (1995-99).

Iowa’s opponents have converted 8-of-30 third downs, including 1-of-10 last

week against Missouri State. The 27-percent conversion rating ranks fourth in

the Big Ten and 22nd nationally.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Location: Iowa City, Iowa

Founded: 1847

Enrollment: 31,498

President: Sally Mason

Director of Athletics: Gary Barta

Conference: Big Ten (Legends Division)

Nickname: Hawkeyes

Mascot: Herky

Colors: Black and Gold (PMS 116)

First Year of Football: 1889

All-Time Record: 599-531-39

All-Time Bowl Record: 14-11-1

National Champions: 1921, ‘56, ‘58, ‘60

STADIUM INFORMATION

Stadium: Kinnick Stadium

Opened: 1929

Capacity: 70,585

Playing Surface: Field Turf

All-Time Record: 262-172-15

TEAM INFORMATION

Basic Offense: Multiple

Basic Defense: 4-3

Lettermen Returning:

39 (19 offense, 17 defense, 3 specialists)

Letterman Lost:

21 (11 offense, 9 defense, 1 specialist)

Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8

UI ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Office: (319) 335-9411

Director (Contact): Steve Roe

E-Mail: ................. steven-roe@uiowa.edu

Associate (Secondary Contact): Matt Weitzel

E-Mail: ....... matthew-weitzel@uiowa.edu

Assistant: Chris Brewer

E-Mail: ... christopher-brewer@uiowa.edu

Assistant: James Allan

E-Mail: ............... james-allan@uiowa.edu

Administrative Assistant: Theresa Walenta

E-Mail: ........theresa-walenta@uiowa.edu

Mailing Address:

S300 Carver-Hawkeye Arena

Iowa City, IA 52242-1020

#HAWKEYES AND TWITTER

Hawkeye fans join the twitter conversation during

each game by following @IowaFBLive and

@TheIowaHawkeyes. Also, fans are encouraged

to include #Hawkeyes in your tweets...

in addition to showing your Hawkeye Pride

you will help the #Hawkeyes trend. Get more

in-depth information about the Iowa football

team during the week at @HawkeyeFootball.

THE SERIES

Saturday’s game will mark the 61st game in the series. Iowa holds a 39-21

advantage in the series that began with a 16-8 ISU win in 1894. The Hawkeyes

have won 21 of the last 30 meetings. The Hawkeyes won 15 straight games in the

series from 1983-1997. Iowa State has won the last two games, both by three

points margins, after snapping Iowa’s three-game run from 2008-10 with a 44-41

triple-overtime win in 2011. The game marked Iowa’s first-ever triple overtime

contest. Iowa State won last year’s contest 9-6, in Iowa City.

Iowa holds a 16-9 advantage in games played in Ames. The Hawkeyes are 2-5 in

Ames since 1999. The Hawkeyes won 40-21 in 2003 and 35-3 in 2009.

The teams did not meet between 1935 and 1976. Iowa holds a 23-13 advantage

since the series resumed in 1977. Here are the results:

*10/01/1894 L 8-16 9/10/83 W 51-10

*10/26/1895 L 0-24 *9/08/84 W 59-21

*10/05/1897 L 0-6 9/28/85 W 57-3

*10/28/1899 W 5-0 *9/13/86 W 43-7

*10/18/1901 W 12-0 9/19/87 W 48-9

*11/01/02 W 12-6 *9/24/88 W 10-3

*10/29/04 W 10-6 9/23/89 W 31-21

11/24/05 W 8-0 *9/22/90 W 45-35

*11/23/06 L 0-2 9/14/91 W 29-10

11/24/07 L 14-20 *9/12/92 W 21-7

*11/13/09 W 16-0 9/11/93 W 31-28

11/05/10 W 2-0 *9/10/94 W 37-9

*11/18/11 L 0-9 9/16/95 W 27-10

11/16/12 W 20-7 *9/14/96 W 38-13

*11/15/13 W 45-7 9/20/97 W 63-20

11/14/14 W 26-6 *9/12/98 L 9-27

*11/13/15 L 0-16 9/11/99 L 10-17

11/18/16 W 19-16 *9/16/00 L 14-24

*11/24/17 W 6-3 11/24/01 L 14-17

*11/09/18 W 21-10 *9/14/02 L 31-36

*11/22/19 W 10-0 9/13/03 W 40-21

11/20/20 W 14-10 *9/11/04 W 17-10

*11/04/33 W 27-7 9/10/05 L 3-23

10/20/34 L 6-31 *9/16/06 W 27-17

*9/17/77 W 12-10 9/15/07 L 13-15

*9/23/78 L 0-31 *9/13/08 W 17-5

*9/29/79 W 30-14 9/12/09 W 35-3

*9/27/80 L 7-10 *9/11/10 W 35-7

9/19/81 L 12-23 9/10/11 L 41-44 (3OT)

*9/18/82 L 7-19 *9/8/12 L 6-9

* - - at Iowa City

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IOWA VS. THE BIG 12

Iowa holds an all-time record of 54-33 (.621) against current members of the

Big 12 Conference, having met all but Baylor and West Virginia at least once. Iowa

State is the only Big 12 opponent on the Hawkeye schedule this season.

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BIG TEN STANDINGS

Legends Division

Team Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct.

Michigan 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Michigan St. 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Minnesota 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Nebraska 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Northwestern 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

IOWA 0-0 ----- 1-1 .500

Leaders Division

Team Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct.

Illinois 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Ohio State 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Penn State 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Wisconsin 0-0 ----- 2-0 1.000

Indiana 0-0 ----- 1-1 .500

Purdue 0-0 ----- 1-1 .500

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG TEN

Saturday, Sept. 14

Bowling Green at Indiana, 11 a.m. (ESPNU)

Akron at Michigan, 11 a.m. (BTN)

Western Illinois at Minnesota, 11 a.m. (BTN)

UCLA at Nebraska, 11 a.m. (ABC)

Youngstown St. at Michigan State, 2 p.m. (BTN)

Iowa at Iowa State, 5:05 p.m. (Fox Sports 1)

UCF at Penn State, 6 p.m. (BTN)

Washington vs. Illinois, 6 p.m. (BTN) *

Ohio State at California, 6 p.m. (FOX)

Notre Dame at Purdue, 7 p.m. (ABC)

W. Michigan at Northwestern, 8 p.m. (BTN)

Wisconsin at Arizona State, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN)

* - played at Soldier Field in Chicago

AP Poll

Sept. 8

1. Alabama (57)

2. Oregon (1)

3. Clemson (1)

4. Ohio State

5. Stanford

6. Texas A&M

7. Lousiville

8. LSU

9. Georgia

10. Florida State

11. Michigan

12. Oklahoma State

13. South Carolina

14. Oklahoma

15. Miami (FL)

16. UCLA

17. Northwestern

18. Florida

19. Washington

20. Wisconsin

21. Notre Dame

22. Baylor

23. Nebraska

24. TCU

25. Ole Miss

NATIONAL RANKINGS

USA Today Poll

Sept. 8

1. Alabama (58)

2. Oregon (1)

3. Ohio State (2)

4. Stanford

5. Clemson

6. Texas A&M (1)

7. Louisville

8. LSU

9. Florida State

10. Georgia

11. Oklahoma State

12. Michigan

13. Oklahoma

14. South Carolina

15. Nebraksa

16. Northwestern

17. UCLA

18. Wisconsin

19. Miami (FL)

20. Florida

21. Notre Dame

22. Baylor

23. Washington

24. TCU

25. Ole Miss

Bold denotes Iowa 2013 opponents

CY-HAWK TROPHY

Iowa Corn is the sponsor of the Cy-Hawk Series and the annual football game

between the two schools.

Iowa and Iowa State played for the Cy-Hawk Trophy from the time the series

resumed in 1977, with the Hawkeyes holding a 23-13 advantage in those games.

That Cy-Hawk Trophy was donated to the series by the Des Moines Athletic Club.

The Cy-Hawk Trophy currently resides in Ames as a result of Iowa State’s 9-6 victory

in Iowa City last season.

The Cy-Hawks Trophy is the first of four trophy games on Iowa’s slate in 2013.

Iowa also has trophy games against Minnesota (Floyd of Rosedale), Wisconsin

(Heartland), and Nebraska (Heroes).

IOWA ON FOX SPORTS 1

Iowa football will make its initial television appearance on FOX Sports 1 Saturday.

The announcing crew will include Justin Kutcher, James Bates and Brady

Poppinga. In addition, Mike Pereira, football rules analyst for FOX COLLEGE SAT-

URDAY, will be in the Los Angeles studios providing information and commentary.

Fans looking to locate the game on their television provider can log onto http://

msn.foxsports.com/foxsports1. There is a channel locator on the front page of

the website. Fans should also check with their local cable provided for the exact

location on their cable system. FOX Sports 1 locations for major service providers

include:

DirecTV - Channel 219 (High Definition/Standard Definition)

Dish Network – Channel 150 (HD/SD)

Verizon FiOS – Channel 583 (HD), Channel 83 (SD)

AT&T U-verse – Channel 1652 (HD), Channel 652 (SD)

ON THIS DATE

Iowa is 3-2 all-time in games played on Sept. 14. The Hawkeyes have faced Iowa

State three times on this date, including wins in 1991 (29-10) and 1996 (38-13),

and a loss in 2002 (31-36). The 1996 and 2002 contests were played in Iowa City,

while the 1991 game was played in Ames, Iowa.

CLOSING IN ON MILESTONES

Iowa is one victory away from capturing win No. 600 in program history and

three conference triumphs from Big Ten victory No. 300. Iowa’s overall record is

599-531-39 (.529). Thirty-nine of Iowa’s 599 program wins have come against

Iowa State. The Hawkeyes own a 39-21 lead in the all-time series.

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THE SERIES: BY THE NUMBERS

Series Record: UI leads, 39-21

at Iowa State: UI leads, 16-8

Last Iowa Win: 2010 (35-7 in Iowa City)

Last ISU Win: 2012 (9-6 in Iowa City)

Largest Margin in UI Victory: 57-3 (1985)

Highest Scoring Game: ISU, 44-41 (3OT) in 2011

Lowest Scoring Game: ISU, 2-0 in 1906 & UI, 2-0 in 1910

2013 STATISTICAL COMPARISON

IOWA ISU

Record 1-1 0-1

Scoring Average 27.5 20.0

Scoring Defense 22.0 28.0

Rushing Yards 249.0 168.0

Passing Yards 224.5 242.0

Total Offense 473.5 410.0

Rushing Defense 116.5 228.0

Passing Defense 201.0 229.0

Total Defense 317.5 457.0

Punt Return Average 11.3 4.0

KO Return Average 16.4 19.8

Turnover Margin -1 0

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Head Coach Kirk Ferentz_______________ FAIR-ints

Nathan Bazata_____________________ BUDGET-uh

C. J. Beathard______________________ BETH-urd

Austin Blythe__________________________ BLYTH

Corbin Blythe_________________________ BLYTH

Ike Boettger__________________________ BOT-gir

Conor Boffeli______________________ bo-FELL-ee

Jordan Canzeri____________________ can-ZEAR-ee

LeShun Daniels, Jr. __________________ Luh-SEAN

Andrew Donnal_____________________ duh-NELL

Jake Duzey__________________________ DEW-zee

Faith Ekakitie__________________ ee-KACK-uh-tee

C. J. Fiedorowicz_______________feh-DOR-uh-wits

Colin Goebel_________________________ GO-bul

Brant Gressel________________________GRES-uhl

Jacob Hillyer_________________________ HILL-yir

Anjeus (A. J. ) Jones_________________ Ahn-JAY-us

Christian Kirksey_____________________ KIRK-see

Marshall Koehn_________________________CANE

Connor Kornbrath__________________KORN-brath

Henry Krieger Coble____________ KRAG-ir CO-bull

Nico Law____________________________ NEE-ko

Jordan Lomax______________________ LOW-max

B. J. Lowery_________________________ LOW-ree

John Lowdermilk__________________LOUD-ir-milk

Kevonte Martin-Manley____________ KUH-von-tay

Greg Mabin_________________________ MAY-bin

Nate Meier___________________________ MYER

Macon Plewa_________________________PLEV-uh

Malik Rucker_______________________ Muh-LEEK

Jake Rudock__________________________ RU-doc

Brandon Scherff_______________________ SHERF

Nic Shimonek____________________ SHIM-oh-nik

Sean Skradis________________________ SKRA-dis

Tavaun Smith_______________________ tae-VOHN

Cody Sokol____________________________ SO-kul

Laron Taylor_________________________ luh-RON

Louis Trinca-Pasat_____________ TRIN-kuh puh-sot

Dean Tsopanides______________ so-puh-NYE-dees

Brett Van Sloten_________________ van-SLOW-tin

Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara_________________

_________DOE-mahn-tis VINS-koos koo-CHAR-uh

Akrum Wadley_______________________ ACK-rum

Derrick Willies_______________________ WILL-eez

Jon Wisnieski_____________________ Wiz-NEW-ski

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RUDOCK YARDAGE TOTAL TIES FOR 4TH IN SCHOOL HISTORY

Sophomore QB Jake Rudock completed 21-of-37 passes for 256 yards, including

two touchdowns (one rush and one pass) and two interceptions, in his Hawkeye

debut Aug. 31. The 256 yards ties for the fourth highest by a Hawkeye quarterback

making his first career start. Jake Christensen also threw for 256 yards in his first

career start; also against Northern Illinois. Christensen finished the game 19-30

with two touchdowns and one interception.

Rudock spread the ball around, connecting with nine different Hawkeyes.

He also rushed four times for 20 yards and a score. Rudock was the first starting

quarterback in 19 years to makes his debut in a season opener; Ryan Driscoll was

the last Hawkeye to do it. Driscoll made his college debut at starting quarterback

in Iowa’s 1994 season opener.

Rudock completed 19-of-28 passes for 193 yards in Iowa’s 28-14 win over Western

Missouri. He also rushed for 33 yards and two scores.

SHOWING NO FAVORITES

Sophomore QB Jake Rudock continues to spread the ball around the Iowa offense.

Rudock connected with nine different receivers in Week one, and spread

the ball to 10 different receivers in Week two. Rudock has completed 40 pass

attempts this season, 24 to wide receivers, nine to tight ends, and seven to running

backs. In two games, he has completed 40-65 attempts for 449 yards and a

touchdown, with three interceptions. He has also rushed 11 times for 53 yards

and three touchdowns.

TO PAVE AND PROTECT

Through two games, Iowa’s offensive line has yielded just two sacks against

sophomore quarterback Jake Rudock, while paving the way for 498 rushing yards,

including 296 yards against Missouri State. The 296 rushing yards are the most

for an Iowa team since rushing for 301 yards vs. Illinois on Oct. 1, 2005. Iowa’s

58 rush attempts against Missouri State is Iowa’s third highest single game total

under head coach Kirk Ferentz. Iowa rushed 60 times vs. Kent State on Sept. 4,

2004, and 59 times vs. Northwestern on Nov. 10, 2001. Iowa also rushed for over

200 yards in consecutive games in 2012 (Northern Iowa and Central Michigan).

Iowa’s starters on the offensive line included tackles Brett Van Sloten and

Brandon Scherff, guards Jordan Walsh and Conor Boffeli and center Austin Blythe.

Junior Andrew Donnal has shared time with Walsh in Iowa’s first two games.

KING BECOMES THE FIRST

CB Desmond King was the first true freshman to see action this season. The

native of Detroit, Mich., appeared at defensive back and recorded four tackles --

two solo and two assisted -- in Iowa’s season opener, and recorded three tackles

and one fumble recovery in his first career start against Missouri State. He became

the first Iowa true freshman to start on defense since James Morris (vs. Michigan

State, Oct. 30, 2012), and the first rookie to start at defensive back since Jovon

Johnson (2002).

REMOVE THE REDSHIRT

True freshmen RB LeShun Daniels, Jr. and WR Matt VandeBerg saw action for

Iowa in Week two against Missouri State. Daniels carried six times for 30 yards,

while VandeBerg caught two passes for 17 yards. Freshman DB Desmond King is

the only Iowa true freshman to see action in both games to date.

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HEAD COACH KIRK FERENTZ

Kirk Ferentz (pronounced FAIR-rintz,

rhymes with parents) is in his 15th season

as head football coach at Iowa and is

the dean of Big Ten Conference football

coaches. His latest contract extension

runs through the 2020 season.

Ferentz was named the 2009 Dave 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 one of 10 finalists for the Liberty

Mutual national Coach of the Year.

Ferentz was honored as the 2002 Associated Press and Walter

Camp National Coach of the Year and was the AFCA Regional

Coach of the Year in 2002 as well. He was named Big Ten Conference

Coach of the Year in 2002, 2004 and 2009, joining Hayden

Fry, Bo Schembechler and Joe Paterno as the only three-time

recipients. Ferentz guided Iowa to Big Ten titles in 2002 and 2004.

Iowa has made two BCS bowl appearances, including a 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 a 96-54 (.640)

overall mark and a 56-39 (.589) Big Ten record the last 10-plus

seasons. Ferentz has guided Iowa to nine first division finishes,

including a second-place finish in 2009. Iowa was bowl eligible

for 11 straight seasons (2001-2011).

The Hawkeyes are 6-4 in bowl games under Ferentz. His six

bowl wins tie as third most among all-time Big Ten coaches and

he has led Iowa to bowl victories in three of the last five seasons.

At Iowa, Ferentz holds an overall record of 101-75 (.574) and

a 59-53 (.527) mark in Big Ten games. In his 18th season as a

college head coach, he holds a career mark of 113-96 (.541).

Sixty-eight of Iowa’s 176 games under Ferentz have been decided

by seven points or less (29-39) and 51 were played against

opponents who were ranked in the top 25 at the time (21-30).

Ferentz returned to Iowa after serving as assistant head coach

and offensive line coach of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. He was

part of the Baltimore (Cleveland Browns prior to the move) staff

for six years.

Ferentz was named head coach of the Maine Bears in 1990

and held that position for three years. Ferentz was a member

of Hayden Fry’s Iowa staff for nine years as offensive line coach

(1981-89). He coordinated Iowa’s running game during his first

coaching stint at Iowa. Iowa appeared in eight bowl games while

Ferentz was an Iowa assistant.

Ferentz was born in Royal Oak, Mich., and attended high school

in Pittsburgh, Pa. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English

Education from Connecticut in 1978, where he was a football

captain. Kirk received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from

the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut in

May, 2009. He was inducted into the Upper St. Clair High School

Hall of Fame in September, 2002 and the Western Chapter of the

Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in May, 2003.

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MEYER CONTINUES TO CONNECT

Senior PK Mike Meyer has made a school-record 88

consecutive PAT attempts, the ninth longest streak in Big

Ten Conference history. That active streak ranks fourth in

the nation (Baylor’s Aaron Jones, 125; Northwestern’s Jeff

Budzien 111; Michigan’s Brendan Gibbons, 110). Meyer’s last

PAT miss was in a 37-6 win over Michigan State on Oct. 30,

2010, in Iowa City. As a team, Iowa has gone 32 consecutive

games without a missed or blocked PAT.

LAST MEETING – SEPT. 8, 2012

Iowa forced four Iowa State turnovers, but managed just

two field goals in a 9-6, home opening loss to the Cyclones

in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series a year ago.

Iowa State opened the game with a 10-play, 75-yard drive

that culminated with a 5-yard TD pass. The PAT was missed,

giving the Cyclones an early 6-0 lead. Iowa marched down

the field on its first drive, entering the red zone after a 34-

yard reception by Keenan Davis. The drive stalled and the

Hawkeyes settled for a 23-yard field goal from Mike Meyer.

Iowa forced the first turnover in the red zone, as Micah

Hyde jarred the ball loose on the 3-yard line and Dominic

Alvis recovered the fumble. The Hawkeyes couldn’t capitalize,

giving the ball back to Iowa State after a three-and-out. The

Cyclones increased their lead on the following drive with a

22-yard field goal for a 9-3 advantage.

The teams traded interceptions to end the first half.

The first five drives of the second half resulted in punts,

before Iowa State drove into Iowa territory midway through

the third quarter. Cyclone running back James White fumbled

at the Iowa 14-yard line and the Hawkeyes rallied with a 12-

play drive inside the Iowa State 5-yard line. Iowa once again

had to settle for a field goal inside the red zone, trimming

the deficit to 9-6.

Iowa State was close to putting the game away in the

fourth, with first and goal at the Iowa 3-yard line. The

Hawkeye defense once again produced a takeaway in the red

zone, as James Morris intercepted a third-down pass at the

goal line and returned it to midfield. However, Iowa’s drive

stalled and the Hawkeyes were forced to punt.

After another solid stop by the Iowa defense, the

Hawkeyes took over at their own 10-yard line with 1:56 left in

the game. Vandenberg led Iowa down to the Cyclone 32-yard

line before throwing his second interception of the game.

Vandenberg finished 20-42 for 236 yards and two interceptions.

RB Damon Bullock had 22 carries for 53 yards, while

Davis had four catches for 75 yards.

Anthony Hitchens had a career-high 19 tackles, while

Morris added 12. Each player had a tackle for loss, while

Morris added a forced fumble and an interception.

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HAWKEYE FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS

100 Ferentz became the 12th coach to

win 100 games at a Big Ten school

(at MSU, 19-16 2OT, 10/13/12)

90 Wins since 2002 rank 22nd

best in the country

66 James Morris became Iowa’s 66th

player to record 200 career tackles

62 Calvin Jones’ retired number, one

of two in school history.

54 NFL Draft picks under Kirk Ferentz

34 Former Hawkeyes active in the NFL

26 Bowl games (14-11-1)

32 Hawkeyes who have played

in the Super Bowl

24 Heisman Trophy winner (1939)

Nile Kinnick’s retired number

22 Times finished a season ranked

21 Consensus All-Americans

(six under Kirk Ferentz)

20 Players have combined to earn

Academic All-America honors

on 38 occasions under Ferentz

16 All-Americans under Ferentz

14 Bowl wins, CFB Hall of Famers

13 First or second round NFL

Draft picks under Kirk Ferentz

11 Big Ten Championships

9 Former players recognized on Kinnick

Stadium Wall of Honor

6 Bowl wins under Kirk Ferentz

5 Players under Ferentz who

have won national awards

4 Four times finished the year ranked

in top 10 over the past 11 seasons

3 Kirk Ferentz has been named B1G

Coach of the Year

2 Twice won 11 games under

Kirk Ferentz (2002 & 2009)

1 Only one Iowa coach ranks above

Kirk Ferentz in career wins,

Hayden Fry (143)

0 Did not lose a B1G game in

2002, one of only three B1G teams

to post a perfect mark in league

play since 1998 (BCS era)

ON THE AVERAGE

DOWN PLAYS AVG.

First Down 74 5.9

Second Down 58 5.0

Third Down 32 6.1

Fourth Down 2 0.0

IOWA BY QUARTERS

QUARTER IOWA OPPONENTS

First 14 10

Second 17 7

Third 14 3

Fourth 10 24

OT 0 0

POINTS OFF TURNOVERS

T/O Gained Pts Scored

Iowa 3 7

Opponents 4 16

MEYER GETTING HIS KICKS

Senior PK Mike Meyer is 2-for-3 on field goal attempts and perfect on seven

PAT attempts this season. He has connected on field goals of 28 and 44 yards. His

miss was from 33 yards.

Meyer earned Big Ten Special Teams Player and Lou Groza Star of the Week

accolades twice in 2012. Meyer, who is on the 2013 Lou Groza Watch List, was

named honorable mention All-Big Ten by both league coaches and media a year

ago.

Meyer connected on 17-of-21 field goal attempts in 2012. His streak of 13

consecutive field goals made was snapped vs. Penn State (Oct. 20), missing kicks

from 49 and 37 yards. That streak ties as ninth best in Big Ten history.

Meyer’s 50-yarder against Northern Illinois on Sept. 1, 2012 tied his career

long (at Iowa State, 2011). In 2012, he made four treys against NIU and Michigan

State, which matches his career high (at Iowa State, 2011 and at Indiana, 2010).

His five attempts vs. NIU ties Iowa’s single-game record, which he also shares (at

Indiana in 2010).

Last season, Meyer ranked eighth in Big Ten kick scoring (6.3) and ranked 27th

in the country in field goals made per game (1.42). He currently ranks fifth on

Iowa’s career scoring list with 248 points. He has made 47-61 (.770) career field

goal attempts. Meyer is 34-40 (.850) from kicks 39 yards and closer; 11-17 (.647)

from attempts 40-49 yards; and 2-4 (.500) from kicks 50 yards or farther. His 47

made field goals rank No. 5 in school history.

The native of Dubuque, Iowa, has made a school-record 88 consecutive PAT

attempts, which ranks ninth best in conference history. His four PAT’s against

Central Michigan a year ago put him past All-Pro Nate Kaeding’s previous record

of 60 straight. Meyer’s last PAT miss was in a 37-6 win over Michigan State on Oct.

30, 2010 in Iowa City.

Yardage Made-Att.

19-29 24-26

30-39 10-14

40-49 11-17

50+ 2-4

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WEISMAN HITS ANOTHER 100, PASSES 1,000

RB Mark Weisman recorded his sixth career 100-yard game last week, carrying

a career-high 30 times for 180 yards and two touchdowns versus Missouri State.

His 180 rushing yards are the second highest total of his career (217 vs. Central

Michigan, 9/22/12), and the most by a Big Ten back in a single game this season.

He surpassed the century mark with a 10-yard touchdown run in the third quarter,

and surpassed the career 1,000-yard mark with a 37-yard carry on Iowa’s first

drive of the second half. He has 209 career rushes for 1,095 yards. He is the 43rd

Hawkeye in school history to gain 1,000 career rushing yards.

Weisman carried 20 times for 100 yards in Iowa’s season opener. It was the fifth

time the former walk-on reached the century mark. He had four-straight 100-yard

efforts as a sophomore in 2012.

WEISMAN AMONG CONFERENCE, NATIONAL LEADERS

RB Mark Weisman ranks second in the Big Ten and ninth in the country with

280 yards after two contests. The native of Buffalo Grove, Ill., is one of five Big Ten

players to have rushed for at least 100 yards in both games to start the season.

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WEEKLY FOOTBALL PRESS CONFERENCE

Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz holds his weekly

press conferences every Tuesday throughout the

season.

The press conferences are held in the auditorium

of the Hayden Fry Football Complex. Coach Ferentz

addresses the media at 12:45 p.m. and requested

players are available following the press conference.

Media need to submit their Tuesday player interview

requests to Steve Roe, via e-mail, by 9 a.m. CT

each Sunday. True freshmen are not available for

interviews.

Media can access video highlights of Ferentz’s

weekly press conference, plus player clips and highlights

via the UI Drop Box. Contact the Iowa Athletic

Communications office for login information.

All press conferences can be viewed on the official

world wide web site of the Iowa Athletic Department

at hawkeyesports.com (subscription service). Each

press conference is archived.

WEEKLY TELECONFERENCES

The Big Ten coaches teleconferences are held

each Tuesday. The teleconference begins at 11 a.m.

(CT) and each coach is available for 10 minutes.

Media wishing to participate in the teleconference

can contact the Big Ten Office at 847-696-1010 to

obtain the call-in information. All times listed below

are central time:

11:00 Brady Hoke, Michigan

11:10 Gary Anderson, Wisconsin

11:20 Bo Pelini, Nebraska

11:30 Mark Dantonio, Mich. State

11:40 Kirk Ferentz, Iowa

11:50 Jerry Kill, Minnesota

Noon Tim Beckman, Illinois

12:10 Darrell Hazell, Purdue

12:20 Bill O’Brien, Penn State

12:30 Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern

12:40 Urban Meyer, Ohio State

12:50 Kevin Wilson, Indiana

HAWKEYE INJURY UPDATES

• No injuries to note.

CANADIANS ON FBS ROSTERS

Iowa is one of four FBS teams who have three or

more Canadians on their respective roster.

Michigan State 4

IOWA 3

UNLV 3

Virginia 3

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Weisman’s 180 rushing yards and 30 rushing attempts last week against Missouri

State are single-game highs among all Big Ten backs. For his effort against the

Bears in Week 2, Weisman was named Honorable Mention Running Back of the

Week by College Football Performance Awards.

OFFENSE INCREASES TEMPO

Iowa’s 86 plays against Missouri State last week are the most by a Big Ten team

this season. The Hawkeyes took 80 snaps in Week one, and 86 in Week two, marking

the first time an Iowa team has taken 80-plus snaps in back-to-back games in

the same season under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa did take 80-plus snaps in two straight

games spanning two seasons, registering 82 offensive plays in the 2011 Insight

Bowl versus Oklahoma and 82 plays in the 2012 season opener against Northern

Illinois. The last time a Hawkeye team took 80-plus snaps in consecutive games,

in the same season, was 1992 (81 at Michigan and 98 vs. Wisconsin).

RECEPTION STREAK HITS 20 GAMES

TE C.J. Fiedorowicz and WR Kevonte Martin-Manley have each recorded at least

one reception in 20 consecutive games. Martin-Manley has 76 receptions for 789

yards during the streak, and leads Iowa with 12 catches and 103 yards in 2013.

Fiedorowicz has 64 catches for 614 over the last 20 games, and has caught all five

career touchdowns during the streak. Martin-Manley has 94 career receptions

for 997 yards. He is seeking to become the 20th Iowa player with at least 100

career receptions and the 36th Hawkeyes with to surpass 1,000 career receiving

yards.

LEADING LINEBACKERS

Senior LBs Christian Kirksey and Anthony Hitchens rank second and sixth,

respectively, among Big Ten leading tacklers. Kirksey recorded a career best Big

Ten-leading 14 tackles against Northern Illinois and averages 8.5 tackles per game,

tied for sixth best in the conference. Hitchens ranks No. 2 among conference

tacklers, averaging 10.5 tackles per game. Both linebackers are on the Butkus

Award Watch List.

LB James Morris has been credited with double-digit tackle games 15 times,

which ranks first among Big Ten active players, while Kirksey has nine double-digit

tackle games to rank third and Hitchens has eight to tie for fourth.

TOUCHDOWN IOWA! TOUCHDOWN CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY

Senior LB Christian Kirksey forced and recovered a fumble in the second quarter

against Northern Illinois, returning it 52 yards for his third career touchdown. The

52-yard fumble return ranks as the third longest fumble return in school history

and gives Kirksey two of the six longest in school history (45 yards vs. Penn State

in 2012). Kirksey returned two interceptions for touchdowns in 2012 (vs. Minnesota,

at Indiana). He was one of eight players nationally with two touchdowns

on interception returns.

With his third career touchdown in the opening game against Northern Illinois,

Kirksey is believed to be one of three Iowa players to score three career defensive

touchdowns, joining former defensive backs Tom Knight and Micah Hyde.

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HAWKEYES UNDER FERENTZ

Overall...........................................................101-75

vs. ranked teams.............................................21-30

vs. unranked teams.........................................80-45

vs. Big Ten teams.............................................59-53

vs. Big Ten teams (home)................................35-18

vs. Big Ten teams (away).................................24-35

When rushing for 150 yards or more..............58-15

When rushing for 200 yards or more................36-5

When passing for 250 yards or more..............35-18

When passing for 300 yards or more..................9-6

When Iowa player rushes for 100 yards..........60-23

When opponent has 100-yard rusher.............14-31

When opponent has 300-yard passer.............12-12

When scoring 30 points or more......................55-5

When scoring 20 points or more....................74-32

When opponent scores 25 points or more.....12-46

When holding opponent to 10 pts or less.........40-1

When Iowa scores first....................................76-22

When Iowa leads at halftime..........................81-15

When Iowa trails at halftime...........................15-57

When game is tied at halftime............................5-3

When Iowa leads after 3 quarters...................85-12

When Iowa trails after 3 quarters...................11-60

When game is tied after 3 quarters....................5-3

Games decided by 11 points or more.............60-26

Games decided by 10 points or less................34-39

Games decided by 7 points or less..................29-38

Games decided by 3 points or less..................15-25

When Iowa has a positive turnover margin....60-19

When opponent has a positive turnover margin....16-38

When the turnover margin is equal................25-18

When returning a punt/kickoff for a score..........7-5

Overtime games..................................................5-3

When temperature is 50 degrees or above....73-57

When temperature is below 50 degrees.........28-18

When temperature is over 90 degrees...............2-3

When raining:.....................................................9-5

2013 IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP

This group helps formulate policies and enters into

team decision-making matters regarding the program.

Seniors

LB Anthony Hitchens

LB Christian Kirksey

LS Casey Kreiter

DB B.J. Lowery

LB James Morris

OL Brett Van Sloten

Juniors

WR Kevonte Martin-Manley

OL Brandon Scherff

RB Mark Weisman

Sophomores

OL Austin Blythe

DB Jordan Lomax

DL Drew Ott

QB Jake Rudock

Redshirt Freshmen

QB C.J. Breathard

OL Ryan Ward

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MORRIS COLLECTS No. 300

Senior LB James Morris recorded six tackles last week to raise his career total

to 305. Morris ranks No. 16 on Iowa’s career tackles list, trailing Mike Wells (313)

for No. 15 on the all-time list. Morris has been a starting linebacker since his

true freshman season in 2010. He is on watch lists for the Bednarik Award, the

Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Nagurski Award, and the College Football Performance

Awards Linebacker Trophy watch list. In addition, he garnered preseason second

team All-Big Ten honors from Athlon, Phil Steele and College Sports Madness.

IOWA LIKES STARTING ON OFFENSE

Iowa has started the game on offense in 144-of-176 games under Kirk Ferentz.

Iowa is 17-15 in the games it has started on defense under Ferentz. In 2013, the

Hawkeyes started on offense against Northern Illinois (L, 30-27), and started on

defense against Missouri State (W, 28-14).

CLOSE GAMES THE NORM FOR IOWA

One season after leading the country in games decided by three points or

less, the Hawkeyes opened 2013 with a game decided by a field goal in the final

seconds. Northern Illinois defeated the Hawkeyes 30-27 with a field goal in the

closing seconds (:04) of the season opener.

Dating back to last season, three of Iowa’s last five defeats have been decided

by three points (Indiana, 24-21; Purdue, 27-24; Northern Illinois, 30-27). The

Hawkeyes’ last two games against Iowa State have been decided by a field goal

(L, 44-41, 3OT, in 2011; L, 9-6 in 2012).

Iowa led the country with six regular season games decided by three points

or less (2-4), including two contests decided by one point (1-1) a year ago. Three

of the losses the last two seasons have come on a field goal on the final offensive

play of the game (Central Michigan, Purdue, Northern Illinois).

Iowa has played 18 games decided by three points or less since 2009. The

Hawkeyes went 4-1 in those games in 2009, 1-3 in 2010, 0-2 in 2011, 2-4 in 2012,

and 0-1 in 2013.

Three of Iowa’s losses in the last two seasons have come on the last offensive

play of the game.

Iowa ranks among the nation’s best in fourth quarter comebacks since 2009.

The Hawkeyes mounted their ninth comeback when trailing in the fourth quarter,

since 2009, at Michigan State on Oct. 13, winning in double overtime. Michigan

State leads the nation with 10 comeback wins, while Iowa ties Minnesota, Ohio

and Wyoming with nine wins after trailing at any point in the fourth period, since

2009.

COACHING STAFF CHANGES

Iowa’s coaching staff has four new faces in 2013. Assistant coaches Bobby

Kennedy (wide receivers), Jim Reid (linebackers), and Chris White (running backs/

special teams), and graduate assistant D.J. Hernandez, are in their first season on

the Iowa sideline.

Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker has added the responsibility of instructing

Iowa’s defensive secondary. Parker coached the secondary for 13 seasons

before being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2012. He will handle both

assignments this season.

Iowa has made six changes to the coaching staff since 2012, matching its

combined total from the previous 13 years. Iowa had a total of six changes on its

coaching staff from 1999-2011.

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INSTANT REPLAY

Listed below are all the plays that have been

reviewed in an Iowa game in 2013.

Game (Rvs) Review (Upheld/Reversed)

N. Illinois (2) Kirksey fumble return (upheld)*__

Rudock rushing TD (upheld)

Missouri State Mo. St. interception return (upheld)

Iowa State - - -

W. Michigan - - -

Minnesota - - -

Michigan State - - -

Ohio State - - -

Northwestern - - -

Wisconsin - - -

Purdue - - -

Michigan - - -

Nebraska - - -

* - denotes coaches challenge

IOWA IN OVERTIME

Iowa holds a 5-3 record in overtime games. Iowa

won its first overtime contest, defeating Penn State

26-23 on Nov. 4, 2000, in State College, Pa. The

Hawkeyes are 1-2 in single overtime, 3-0 in double

overtime and 1-1 in triple overtime. Iowa is 1-1 in

overtime in Kinnick Stadium and 4-2 in overtime

road games. Following are Iowa’s overtime games:

Date Result OT’s Opponent

11/4/00 W, 26-23 Double at Penn State

9/28/02 W, 42-35 Single at Penn State

10/22/05 L, 23-20 Single vs. Michigan

9/09/06 W, 20-13 Triple at Syracuse

10/27/07 W, 34-27 Double vs. Michigan St.

11/14/09 L, 27-24 Single at Ohio State

9/10/11 L, 44-41 Triple at Iowa State

10/13/12 W, 19-16 Double at Michigan St.

CONSECUTIVE GAMES, NOT SHUTOUT

School Games Last Shutout

Michigan 351 Oct. 20, 1984

(26-0 at Iowa)

Ohio State 242 Nov. 20, 1993

(28-0 at Michigan)

Nebraska 218 Sept. 21, 1996

(26-0 at Arizona State)

Wisconsin 205 Aug. 24, 1997

(34-0 vs. Syracuse)

IOWA 157 Oct. 14, 2000

(31-0 at Illinois)

Michigan State 155 Oct. 21, 2000

(14-0 at Michigan)

Indiana 149 Oct. 14, 2000

(58-0 at Michigan)

Penn State 146 Oct. 6, 2001

(20-0 vs. Michigan)

Northwestern 121 Sept. 27, 2003

(20-0 at Ohio State)

Purdue 31 Oct. 23, 2010

(49-0 at Ohio State)

Minnesota 20 Oct. 1, 2011

(58-0 at Michigan)

Illinois 6 Oct. 13, 2012

(45-0 at Michigan)

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LINEBACKING TRIO NAMED TO BUTKAS AWARD WATCH LIST

Seniors James Morris, Christian Kirksey and Anthony Hitchens are on the Butkus

Award Watch List, which honors the top linebacker. Iowa joins Notre Dame, BYU

and UCLA as the only four schools in the country to have a trio named to that

watch list.

In addition to his selection to the Butkus Award Watch List, Hitchens was

named to the Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List. Hitchens earned honorable

mention recognition from the Big Ten coaches and media after starting 11 games

last season, missing one game with an injury. He led the team with 124 tackles,

while collecting 56 solo stops and 68 assists. The senior collected a career-high

19 tackles against Iowa State, led the Big Ten and ranked fifth in the nation with

11.2 tackles per game. He currently has 179 tackles in his career.

Morris has been a starting linebacker for the Hawkeyes since his true freshman

season in 2010. Last season, he ranked third in the Big Ten and 31st in the nation

in tackles per game (9.4). He ranks 16th in career tackles (305). He was named a

Permanent Team Captain in 2012 while earning the Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat

Award and the Players Choice Award on defense. Morris earned honorable mention

All-Big Ten honors as a sophomore and junior after being named Freshman

All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com as a freshman.

The Solon, Iowa, native is also on the watch lists for the Bednarik Award, the

Lott IMPACT Trophy, the Nagurski Award, and the College Football Performance

Awards Linebacker Trophy watch list. In addition, he garnered preseason second

team All-Big Ten honors from Athlon, Phil Steele, and College Sports Madness.

Kirksey collected 95 tackles as a junior, ranking ninth in the conference in tackles

per contest (7.5). The St. Louis, Mo., native ranked first in the Big Ten and second

in the nation with four recovered fumbles. He was one of eight players in the nation

with two interception returns for touchdowns in 2012. Kirksey was named a

Permanent Team Captain and winner of the Next Man in Award in 2012. Kirksey

has 228 career tackles. He is also present on the College Football Performance

Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List, and was named preseason fourth team

All-Big Ten by Phil Steele.

COLLECTING INTERCEPTIONS

SS Tanner Miller has the Hawkeyes’ lone interception of 2013. Miller collected

his fifth career interception, diving for a pick in the end zone against Missouri State.

Iowa’s defense has ranked among national leaders in causing turnovers in recent

seasons. Since the start of the 2008 season, Iowa has collected 84 interceptions,

a total that ranks among the best in the nation over that span.

Iowa had 10 interceptions in 2011, with two of those being returned for touchdowns

(89 yards by DB Shaun Prater and 98 yards by DB Tanner Miller). Iowa’s

defense also registered 10 interceptions in 2012. The 10 passes intercepted ranked

65th in the country. Two of the 10 thefts were returned for touchdowns, both by

linebacker Christian Kirksey (68 -yarder vs. Minnesota and 18 yards at Indiana).

The interception return against Minnesota is the third longest in school history.

The Hawkeyes have had an interception return for a touchdown in each of the

last five years, including four in 2010. Iowa has had an interception return for a

score in 10 of the last 12 seasons and 10 of 14 seasons under Kirk Ferentz. The

Hawkeyes had a fumble return for a touchdown (Christian Kirksey, 52 yards) in

the season-opener.

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FERENTZ FOURTH IN LONGEVITY

Now in his 15th season as Iowa’s head football coach, Kirk Ferentz ranks fourth

in longevity among FBS head coaches. Ferentz is first among Big Ten coaches and

nationally ranks behind Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer, Larry Blakeney of Troy and

Mack Brown of Texas. Ferentz is tied for fourth with Bob Stoops of Oklahoma.

The Cy-Hawk Series is in its tenth season in 2013-14,

being sponsored for the third time by Iowa Corn.

Iowa captured the first event of the series last Friday

in Iowa City, beating the Cyclones 3-0 in women’s

soccer. The Hawkeyes enter Saturday’s football game

leading the series, 2-0. The winner of the football

contest will be awarded three points.

Iowa leads the all-time series, 5-4, after capturing

the Cy-Hawk Series a year ago by a 17-9 margin.

Iowa also captured the inaugural Cy-Hawk Series in

2004-05 (13-8), and won again in 2006-07 (13-8),

2008-09 (21-4) and 2010-11 (15-11). Iowa State won

the competition in 2005-06 (13-8), 2007-08 (18-9),

2009-10 (16-11), and 2011-12 (18-12).

The 12-event series awards two points (except

football, which is worth three) to the winning school

in each head-to-head match-up between the two

institutions. Additionally, one point is awarded to

an institution if the graduation rate of its studentathletes

is greater than the national average as

reported each fall by the NCAA.

A commemorative Cy-Hawk Series Cup, which stands

31 inches tall and weighs 19 pounds, is displayed on

the winning team’s campus for an entire year after a

victory. Replica cups are also presented as “traveling

trophies” for individual victorious teams in the headto-head

competition.

This season’s Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series schedule is

listed below. All events are worth two points, except

football, which is worth three points.

Date Event Site/Result

9/6 Women’s Soccer W, 3-0

9/14 Football Ames

9/21 Volleyball Iowa City

11/15 Men’s Cross Country Ames

11/15 Women’s Cross Country Ames

12/1 Wrestling Ames

12/12 Women’s Basketball Ames

12/13 Men’s Basketball Ames

12/13 Women’s Swimming & Diving Ames

3/7 Women’s Gymnastics Ames

4/23 Softball Ames

GLANCE AT THE SCHEDULE

• The Hawkeyes open Big Ten play at Minnesota on Sept. 28. This marks the

11th time in Kirk Ferentz’s 15 years at Iowa that the Hawkeyes have opened

the conference season on the road.

• Nine of Iowa’s 11 FBS opponents played in bowl games a year ago, while Ohio

State posted a perfect 12-0 regular season record (OSU was not eligible for

postseason play).

• The Hawkeyes do not face Big Ten opponents Illinois, Penn State and Indiana

this season.

Iowa’s Homecoming game against Michigan State is Oct. 5. Iowa is 55-41-5 alltime

in Homecoming contests, including a 6-0-1 mark versus the Spartans. The

Hawkeyes have won their last four Homecoming games, including last season’s

31-13 win over Minnesota to regain possession of Floyd of Rosedale.

• Speaking of Floyd of Rosedale, Iowa has four trophy games on its slate in 2013:

Iowa State (Cy-Hawk), Minnesota (Floyd of Rosedale), Wisconsin (Heartland),

and Nebraska (Heroes).

Iowa’s schedule includes four teams who have first-year head coaches (Northern

Illinois, Western Michigan, Purdue and Wisconsin), plus Ohio State, whose

Urban Meyer is in his second year with the Buckeyes. Iowa did not face Ohio

State the last two seasons.

• Start times to a number of Iowa games were announced prior to the season.

Iowa has three games remaining on its schedule that will have 2:30 p.m. or

later kickoffs. Iowa’s season opener against Northern Illinois was at 2:42 p.m.,

and future road games at Minnesota and Ohio State kickoff at 2:30 p.m. (CT).

Saturday’s contest at Iowa State will begin at 5:05 p.m.

HAWKEYES BY THE NUMBERS

Iowa returns 39 lettermen from 2012, including 19 on offense, 17 on defense

and three specialists. The Hawkeyes return six starters on offense, eight on defense

and two specialists.

The lettermen breakdown includes eight three-year lettermen, 12 two-year

lettermen and 19 one-year lettermen. The total roster has 125 players, and includes

15 seniors, 23 juniors, 25 sophomores, 23 redshirt freshmen and 39 true

freshmen. The 15 seniors ties for 18th nationally as the fewest number of seniors

on a roster, including both scholarship and walk-on players.

IOWA AMONG TOP 25 IN WINS, 2002-12

Iowa has posted 90 wins since the start of the 2002 season, which ranks as the

22nd highest total in Division I football. The list includes the following: Boise State

(129); Oklahoma (120); Ohio State (119); LSU (118); USC (117); Texas (113); TCU

(111); Georgia (111); Virginia Tech (109); Florida (107); Alabama (105); Wisconsin

(104); Oregon (104); West Virginia (103); Auburn (99); Utah (990); Florida State

(98); Nebraska (94); Texas Tech (94); Michigan (92); Miami, FL (92); Iowa (90);

Hawai’i (87); Boston College (87).

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HAWKEYES ON PRESEASON LISTS

Austin Blythe

Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Damon Bullock

Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List

Jordan Cotton

College Football Performance Awards Kickoff Returner Trophy Watch List

Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by Athlon

Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by Phil Steele

Preseason first team All-Big Ten kick return specialist by College Sports Madness

Carl Davis

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

C.J. Fiedorowicz

John Mackey Award Watch List

College Football Performance Awards Tight End Trophy Watch List

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Anthony Hitchens

Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List

Butkus Award Watch List

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Christian Kirksey

Butkus Award Watch List

College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List

Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Mike Meyer

Lou Groza Award Watch List

College Football Performance Awards Placekicker Trophy Watch List

Preseason second team All-Big Ten placekicker by Athlon

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

James Morris

Butkus Award Watch List

Bednarik Award Watch List

Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List

Nagurski Award Watch List

College Football Performance Awards Linebacker Trophy Watch List

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Athlon

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Brandon Scherff

Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Athlon

Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

Mark Weisman

Doak Walker Award Watch List

College Football Performance Awards Running Back Trophy Watch List

Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

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HAWKEYES GOOD ON THE POINT AFTER

The Hawkeyes have converted on 88 consecutive PATs without

a miss or block, and 31 consecutive games without a missed

or blocked PAT, the seventh longest streak of any school in the

nation

ALL IN THE FAMILY

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz will have two of his three sons

involved in the Iowa program this season. Brian, a former

Hawkeye letterman (2003-05), is in his second season as Iowa’s

offensive line coach. Steven is an offensive lineman who is in his

second season in the program as a redshirt freshman. His other

son, James, was a three-year starter on the Hawkeye offensive

line before graduating in May, 2013.

FATHER’S FOOTSTEPS

Iowa has eight players on its 2013 roster whose father played

for the Hawkeyes. WR Jordan Cotton (Marshall in 1984-87), OL

Cole Croston (Dave in 1984-86), OL Mitch Keppy (Myron in 1986-

87), LS Tyler Kluver (Todd in 1986-87), TE George Kittle (Bruce

in 1977-80), TE Peter Pekar (Jim in 1980-81), OL Richard Pryor

(Richard in 1984-86) and DB Sean Skradis (Bryan in 1977-81).

Additionally, freshman linebacker Luke Lindahl’s grandfather is

former Hawkeye Wally Hilgenberg.

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. Current

coach Kirk Ferentz replaced Fry, leading the program for the last

14 seasons. Ferentz also served as Iowa’s offensive line coach

from 1981-89 under Fry.

Aug. 4 Will Kincart (1994)

Colin Goebel (1994)

Andre Harris (1995)

Aug. 7 Ryan Ward (1993)

Aug. 12 Cole Fisher (1992)

Aug. 13 Casey Kreiter (1990)

Aug. 17 Reggie Spearman (1996)

Aug. 18 Derrick Mitchell (1995)

Aug. 21 Mitch Keppy (1993)

Aug. 22 Nic Shimonek (1994)

Aug. 26 Eric Simmons (1992)

Aug. 29 Conor Boffeli (1991)

Marshall Koehn (1992)

Aug. 31 Christian Kirksey (1992)

B.J. Lowery (1991)

IN-SEASON BIRTHDAYS

Sept. 1 Palmer Foster (1991)

Sept. 7 Quinton Alston (1993)

Louis Trinca-Pasat (1991)

Sept. 15 Connor Kornbrath (1993)

Macon Plewa (1992)

Sept. 18 Marcus Collins (1992)

Sept. 21 Jon Wisnieski (1994)

Sept. 24 Adam Cox (1992)

Sept. 27 Ruben Lile (1994)

Oct. 5 Ike Boettger (1994)

Oct. 9 George Kittle (1993)

Oct. 12 Derrick Willies (1994)

Oct. 13 Jordan Lomax (1993)

Oct. 22 C.J. Fiedorowicz (1991)

Kevonte Martin-Manley (1992)

Oct. 28 Ray Hamilton (1992)

Mark Weisman (1991)

Oct. 31 Damond Powell (1992)

Nov. 2 Brett Van Sloten (1990)

Nov. 6 Melvin Spears (1992)

Nov. 16 C.J. Beathard (1993)

Nov. 20 James Morris (1991)

Nov. 22 Reid Sealby (1993)

Nov. 27 Barkley Hill (1993)

Dec. 4 Steve Ferentz (1993)

Gavin Smith (1990)

Dec. 6 Maurice Fleming (1993)

Laron Taylor (1993)

Dec. 9 Sean Skradis (1992)

Solomon Warfield (1994)

Dec. 11 Jordan Walsh (1992)

Dec. 14 Desmond King (1994)

Dec. 15 Tanner Miller (1991)

Dec. 17 Jacob Hillyer (1991)

Dec. 21 Nolan MacMillan (1990)

Dec. 22 David Tann (1993)

Dec. 25 Cole Croston (1993)

Josey Jewell (1994)

Dec. 26 Brandon Scherff (1991)

Jan. 5 Darian Cooper (1993)

Jan. 8 Don Shumpert (1992)

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IOWA CAREER 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. Mike Meyer 248 0-107-47 2010-pr.

IOWA CAREER FIELD GOALS

Name FGs Years

1. Nate Kaeding 67 2000-03

2. Rob Houghtlin 54 1985-87

3. Kyle Schlicher 51 2004-06

4. Mike Meyer 47 2010-pr.

5. Tom Nichol 45 1981-84

IOWA CAREER TACKLES

Name Total Solo Ast. Years

11. Aaron Kampman 342 209 133 1998-01

12. Melvin Foster 337 155 182 1987-90

13. Bobby Diaco 334 175 159 1992-95

14. George Davis 330 216 114 1983-86

15. Mike Wells 313 185 128 1990-93

16. James Morris 305 132 173 2010-pr.

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31. Dan LaFleur 247 152 95 1972-74

32. Jim Johnson 245 145 100 1987-90

33. Mel Cole 244 144 100 1978-81

34. Leven Weiss 240 158 82 1976-79

35. Micah Hyde 237 153 84 2009-pr.

Vernon Rollins 237 128 109 1995-97

37. Antwan Allan 235 174 61 2002-05

Kevin Spitzig 235 146 89 1980-84

39. Matt Kroul 234 84 150 2005-08

40. Dave Brooks 232 124 98 1969-70

John Harty 232 136 96 1977-80

47. Christian Kirksey 228 111 117 2010-pr.

IOWA CONSECUTIVE PAT’S MADE

Name No. Seasons

1. Mike Meyer 88 2011-pr.

2. Nate Kaeding 60 2001-02

IOWA CAREER RUSHING

Name Att-Yards TDs Years

27. Larry Ferguson 215-1,297 10 1959-62

28. Jerry Faske 223-1,240 9 1948-50

29. Jon Lazar 304-1,225 7 1975-78

30. Kevin Harmon 243-1,151 12 1984-87

31. Jermelle Lewis 226-1,150 10 2002-04

32. Bill Green 299-1,135 13 1939-41

33. Norm Granger 203-1,099 5 1980-83

34. Mark Weisman 209-1,095 8 2012-pr.

2013 ANNIVERSARIES

10 Years

2003 team that went 10-3 overall and defeated No.

15 Florida, 37-17, in the Outback Bowl.

50 Years

1963 season finale vs. Notre Dame, scheduled for

Nov. 23, was cancelled following the assasination

of President John F. Kennedy (Nov. 22, 1963).

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IOWA PROGRAM NOTES

Iowa defeated a team ranked in the top five in the nation, in the Associated Press

rankings, in 2008 (Penn State), 2009 (Penn State) and 2010 (Michigan State), along

with defeating 13th-ranked Michigan in 2011.

Iowa fans are known for their support of Hawkeye athletics, and the attendance

figures from 2012-13 support that claim. Iowa was one of four programs in the

nation to rank among the top 25 in attendance for football, men’s basketball and

women’s basketball events in 2012-13. In addition, Iowa was the only program in

the nation to rank among the top 25 in attendance a year ago in football, men’s

basketball, women’s basketball, and wrestling.

Iowa earned Big Ten Conference championships in 2002 and 2004 and placed

second in 2009. Iowa (8-0, 2002) is one of three Big Ten teams to post a perfect

mark in conference play since 1998 (BCS era).

Iowa has ranked in the top 10 in the final Associated Press and CNN/USA Today

coaches polls in four of the past 11 seasons, including a ranking of seventh in both

polls at the conclusion of the 2009 season. Iowa ranked eighth in 2002, 2003 and

2004 and the Hawkeyes were also 20th in 2008.

Iowa established a school record with 11 wins in 2002 (11-2) and matched that

record in 2009. In 2009, Iowa started 9-0 and won 10 regular season games for

just the fourth time in school history.

Iowa won 10 or more games in three consecutive years (2002-04) for the first time

in school history.

Iowa compiled an eight-year record of 85-42 (.669), 2002-11, including a 50-30 Big

Ten record. The 85 victories tied as the 17th best total in the nation.

• Kirk Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year three times (2002, 2004

& 2009) and he was named National Coach of the Year in 2002. Ferentz joins

Michigan’s Bo Schembechler (four), Iowa’s Hayden Fry (three) and Penn State’s

Joe Paterno (three) as the only coaches to be honored in more than two seasons.

Iowa has had national award winners in: Robert Gallery (2003 Outland, Top Lineman);

Brad Banks (2002 Davey O’Brien, Top Quarterback; 2002 Associated Press

National Player of the Year); Dallas Clark (2002 Mackey, Top Tight End); Nate Kaeding

(2002 Groza, Top Kicker); Shonn Greene (2008 Doak Walker, Top Running Back).

Iowa has appeared in the final Associated Press poll 22 times in program history,

a total that ranks 25th best in the country.

• Three former Hawkeyes are broadcasters on BTN in 2013. Chuck Long, the

Hawkeyes’ all-time leading passer and the 1985 Heisman Trophy runner-up, will

serve as a game color broadcaster and in-studio analyst. Iowa City native Paul Burmeister,

who guided Iowa to the 1993 Alamo Bowl, will call play-by-play. Former

wide receiver Danan Hughes returns as an in-studio and game analyst. Hughes

also worked for the network during baseball season.

• The Hawkeyes have had at least one former player on a Super Bowl roster for 10

consecutive seasons, the eighth longest streak of any program in the country. Nebraska

has had a former player on a Super Bowl roster for 20 consecutive years,

followed by Purdue (14), Ohio State (12), LSU (12), Georgia (12), Illinois (12), Florida

(11), Iowa (10), and Texas (8).

HAWKEYE HISTORY

Iowa has played 1,168 games since beginning football in 1889. Iowa’s overall record

is 599-531-39 (.529). That includes a 379-208-16 (.642) record in home games,

a 220-323-23 (.409) record in games away from Iowa City, a 297-359-25 (.454) mark

in Big Ten games and a 262-172-15 (.601) record in Kinnick Stadium.

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HAWKEYES IN THE NFL

Iowa football players have a long

tradition of being well prepared

for professional football following

their college playing careers. Since

2010, 19 Hawkeyes have been selected

in the NFL Draft, more than

any other Big Ten School.

Former Hawkeye, Current NFL Team

Pat Angerer, Indianapolis Colts

Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons

Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay Packers

Scott Chandler, Buffalo Bills

Dallas Clark, Baltimore Ravens

Adrian Clayborn, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Colin Cole, Carolina Panthers

Mike Daniels, Green Bay Packers

Bradley Fletcher, Philadelphia Eagles

Adam Gettis, Washington Redskins

Charles Godfrey, Carolina Panthers

Shonn Greene, Tennessee Titans

Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings

Micah Hyde, Green Bay

Karl Klug, Tennessee Titans

Marvin McNutt, Jr., Miami Dolphins

Brandon Myers, New York Giants

Seth Olsen, Minnesota Vikings

Shaun Prater, Philadelphia Eagles

Riley Reiff, Detroit Lions

Allen Reisner, Jacksonville Jaguars

Ricky Stanzi, Jacksonville Jaguars

Jeff Tarpinian, New England Patriots

Matt Tobin, Philadelphia Eagles

Julian Vandervelde, Philadelphia Eagles

Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens

Markus Zusevics, New England Patriots

CAPTAINS BY WEEK

Game Players

N. Illinois Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey

Missouri St. Weisman, Van Sloten, Morris, Kirksey

Iowa State - - -

W. Michigan - - -

Minnesota - - -

Michigan St. - - -

Ohio State - - -

N’western - - -

Wisconsin - - -

Purdue - - -

Michigan - - -

Nebraska - - -

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IOWA FOOTBALL AND THE NFL

• Since 2006, Iowa has had nine players start at cornerback, and seven of those nine

are currently in the NFL.

Iowa leads the Big Ten with 19 NFL Draft picks the past four years. Three of the 19

have been first round selections, which tie for second among Big Ten schools.

• For the third straight year, Iowa had six players selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, and

for the third straight year that list included a first round selection (OL Riley Reiff).

Iowa and Alabama were the only two college football programs to have a first round

draft selection in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Iowa had six players drafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, which tied for the most in the

Big Ten and tied for fourth in the country.

Iowa was the only program to have three defensive linemen selected in the 2011

NFL Draft, and all three were on NFL rosters in 2012.

• In NFL 2011 regular season statistics, former Hawkeye linebackers Chad Greenway

(Minnesota) and Pat Angerer (Indianapolis) finished third and fourth, respectively,

in tackles.

• Former Hawkeyes Marshal Yanda (Baltimore OL) and Chad Greenway (Minnesota

LB) were named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in their respective NFL careers

in 2012.

• Three former Hawkeyes were involved in the 2012 Super Bowl. DB Tyler Sash played

for the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, while LB Jeff Tarpinian was on the

injured reserve roster of the New England Patriots. Former Iowa center Brian

Ferentz, now is his second year as Iowa’s offensive line coach, was New England’s

tight ends coach.

• Former Iowa defensive back Sean Considine won a Super Bowl ring with the 2012

Baltimore Ravens.

• Every Iowa senior starting tight end (nine) under Kirk Ferentz has been drafted in

the NFL or made an NFL team in his first year as a rookie.

• The Iowa football program is represented by 26 players on 2013 NFL active rosters

and practice squads (as of Sept. 1).

Iowa tied for ninth nationally (second among Big Ten teams) in number former

players active in the NFL in 2012, behind Miami (FL), USC, Texas, Tennessee, Ohio

State, Georgia and LSU.

• All 11 members of Iowa’s starting defensive unit in 2008 were either drafted or

signed to NFL free agent contracts following the drafts.

• Over the past 11 years, 106 of 119 (89%) of Iowa’s senior starters have been drafted

in the NFL or signed NFL free agent contracts.

• At least one Iowa Hawkeye has been selected in every NFL Draft since 1978.

BEST IN THE BIG TEN

Iowa has posted a 6-4 bowl record under head coach Kirk Ferentz. Since the 2001

season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage

in bowl games, than Iowa. Following is the record for Big Ten teams in bowl games

since 2001:

BCS

BCS

Team Record Pct. Record Team Record Pct. Record

Iowa 6-4 .600 1-1 Purdue 3-5 .375 0-1

Ohio State 5-5 .500 5-3 Michigan State 3-5 .375 0-0

Penn State 5-5 .500 1-1 Wisconsin 4-7 .364 2-3

Illinois 2-2 .500 0-2 Michigan 3-7 .300 2-3

Nebraska 4-6 .400 1-1 Northwestern 1-6 .143 0-0

Minnesota 3-5 .375 0-0 Indiana 0-1 .000 0-0

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IOWA 2013 STATISTICS

Player Category Stats Big Ten NCAA

Christian Kirksey Fumbles Forced 0.5 T-1st T-24th

James Morris Fumbles Forced 0.5 T-1st T-24th

Mike Meyer PAT Kicking Pct. 100.0 T-1st ---

Mark Weisman Rushing 140.0 2nd 11th

Anthony Hitchens Tackles 10.5 2nd T-30th

Desmond King Fumbles Recovered 0.5 T-2nd T-23rd

Christian Kirksey Fumbles Recovered 0.5 T-2nd T-23rd

Kevonte Martin-Manley Receptions/Game 6.0 T-3rd T-48th

Jordan Cotton Kick Return Avg. 20.8 4th 60th

James Morris Tackles for Loss 1.25 T-4th ---

Dominic Alvis Tackles for Loss 1.25 T-4th ---

Mark Weisman All Purpose 140.0 5th 47th

Jake Rudock Total Offense 251.0 6th 48th

Jake Rudock Passing 224.5 6th T-49th

Mike Meyer Field Goals/Game 1.0 T-6th T-53rd

Cristian Kirksey Tackles 8.5 T-6th T-94th

Dominic Alvis Tackles 7.0 T-16th T-183rd

John Lowdermilk Tackles 7.0 T-16th T-183rd

Team Statistics

Category Stats Big Ten NCAA

PAT Kicking 1.000 T-1st ---

Red Zone Defense 66.7 3rd T-22nd

Time of Possession 33:38 4th 22nd

Punt Returns 11.33 4th 33rd

First Downs Allowed 32 4th T-39th

First Downs 24.5 T-4th T-27th

Punt Return Defense 0.6 5th 28th

Rushing Offense 249.0 5th 28th

QB Sacks Allowed 1.0 T-5th T-18th

Scoring Defense 22.0 T-5th T-50th

Third Down Defense 26.7 6th T-22nd

Total Defense 317.5 6th T-35th

Total Offense 473.5 6th 43rd

Passing Defense 201.0 6th T-53rd

Passing Offense 224.5 6th 63rd

Pass Efficiency Defense 118.3 7th 53rd

Fourth Down Defense 75.0 7th T-64th

Net Punting 36.67 7th 70th

Rushing Defense 116.5 8th 34th

Third Down Conversions 45.2 8th 43rd

Turnovers Gained 3.0 T-8th T-54th

Turnovers Lost 4.0 T-8th T-81st

Pass Efficiency 115.41 9th 89th

Fewest Yards Penalized 67.5 9th T-99th

Field Goal Pct. 66.7 T-9th ---

Fourth Down Conversions 0.0 T-9th ---

Scoring Offense 27.5 10th T-72nd

Turnover Margin -0.5 10th T-82nd

QB Sacks 1 T-10th T-104th

Interceptions 1 T-10th T-65th

Red Zone Offense 77.8 T-10th T-88th

KO Coverage 27.0 11th T-105th

KO Returns 16.43 11th 115th

Fewest Penalties/Game 8.5 T-11th T-110th

HAWKEYE HUDDLES

Friday, Sept. 13 at Iowa State

5:30-7:30 p.m., Sheraton Hotel, 1800 50th Street, West Des Moines

Saturday, Sept. 28 at Minnesota

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., The Commons Hotel, 615 Washington Ave. SE, Minnespolis

Saturday, Oct. 19 at Ohio State

12:30-2:30 p.m. (ET), The Fawcett Center, 2400 Olagentangy River Road, Columbus

Saturday, Nov. 9 at Purdue

Time TBD, Four Points by Sheraton, 1600 Cumberland Ave., West Lafette

Friday, Nov. 29 at Nebraska

8:30-10:30 a.m., Ebassy Suites-Downtown, 1040 P Street, Lincoln

IOWA BOWL NOTES

Iowa has been bowl eligible 11 of the last 12 seasons under

head coach Kirk Ferentz and his staff.

Iowa ranks third in Big Ten bowl appearances. Ohio State

and Michigan have received a conference-best 42 bowl

bids, followed by the Hawkeyes (26) and Wisconsin (24).

• The Hawkeyes have appeared in 10 bowl games since

2001. Iowa won the Outback Bowl over South Carolina

following the 2008 season, concluded the 2009 campaign

with a win over Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl

and defeated Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. Iowa’s

three-game bowl win streak (2008-10) is an Iowa record.

The streak was snapped in a loss to Oklahoma in the 2011

Insight Bowl.

• The Hawkeyes have posted a 6-4 record in bowl games

under Ferentz, including wins in four of six January bowl

games.

• Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more

bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl

games, than Iowa.

• Overall, Iowa has posted a 14-11-1 (.558) record in 26 bowl

games. The Hawkeyes have competed in the Rose (five

times), Alamo (four), Holiday (three), Outback (three),

Orange (two), Peach (two), Sun (two), Insight (two), and

the Capital One, Gator and Freedom bowls once.

Iowa (14-11-1, .558), Penn State (27-15-2, .636) and

Purdue (9-8, .529) are the only Big Ten teams with a winning

percentage in bowl games.

• Since the inception of the BCS in 1998, the Big Ten has

qualified 26 teams for BCS bowls, more than any other

conference. Seven different Big Ten programs have played

in BCS bowl games.

HAWKEYE HUDDLE

Hawkeye fans attending the Iowa-Iowa State football

game at Jack Trice Stadium are invited to join the Hawkeye

Huddle Friday at 5:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel in West Des

Moines, Iowa. The Hawkeye Huddle , hosted by the National

I-Club and UI Alumni Association, is free and includes cash

refreshments and concessions, door prizes, special guest

speakers, Hawkeye DJ, Iowa cheerleaders, dance team, and

Herky. Visit jointheclub.com for additional I-Club information.

HOME GROWN HAWKEYES

Iowa’s roster of 125 players includes 48 players from

Iowa. The roster includes 15 players from Illinois; 11 from

Ohio; six from Michigan and Texas; five from Maryland and

Missouri; four from Minnesota; three from Florida, Nebraska

and Wisconsin; two from Georgia and New Jersey; one from

Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,

South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia;

and three from Canada.

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Game #3 at Iowa State

@HawkeyeFootball Game Notes

TICKET UPDATE

Tickets remain for all five remaining Iowa home games.

Iowa’s next home game against Western Michigan is a “Youth

Ticket” game. Boys and girls high school aged and younger

can purchase a ticket at a cost of $25.

Current UI students can purchase a single-game ticket for

themselves and guests for all five remaining games online

at hawkeyesports.com at any time, or in-person at the UI

Athletics Ticket Office location in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Single-game general public and student ticket prices for

Iowa’s five remaining home games are as follows: Western

Michigan ($60/$40), Michigan State ($65/$50), Northwestern

($65/$50), Wisconsin ($70/$55), Michigan ($70/$55).

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, UNI, ISU PARTICIPATE IN MENTOR PROGRAM

As a project of Volunteer Iowa, The Iowa Mentoring

Partnership is the state’s support organization for Iowa’s

80+ certified youth mentoring programs. Volunteer Iowa

is proud to have the support of all three regents’ university

football coaches and dozens of private college and high

school coaches across the state; promoting the difference

that a positive role model can make in a child’s life through

mentoring. To find a certified mentoring program in your

area and take the 2013 Coaches Challenge please visit www.

volunteeriowa.org/coaches-challenge.

Any new mentor application that is received between

Aug. 1 and Nov. 30, 2013 will count toward the “score” of

the respective state. By signing up to be a mentor, fans can

not only show their state/team pride, but can help improve

the life of a child! The overall winner of the 2013 “Coaches

Mentoring Challenge” will be announced the week of Dec.13.

During the 2012 Coaches Challenge, the states of Iowa,

Kansas and Nebraska recruited over 7,000 new mentors.

With the addition of Michigan and Minnesota it is hopeful to

be able to exceed all previous numbers to achieve the goal

at the core of all of our missions – to serve more kids.

AFTER THIS

The Hawkeyes return to Iowa City to host Western Michigan

in their final nonconference game. The Hawkeyes and

Broncos meet inside Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 21,

at 11 a.m. The game will be televised by BTN.

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Game #2 vs. Missouri State

@HawkeyeFootball Game Notes

University of Iowa Football

Operations Facility - Phase I & II

• 102,000 square feet (including 6,000

square feet of storage)

• 45-foot high side walls

• 65-foot clear at the peak (roof trusses are

8-feet high)

• Outside height is approximately 73 feet

• 1 divider curtain at the 30-yard line on the

south end

• 3 filming platforms in Phase I (4th to be

part of Phase II)

• Phase II of Football Operations Facility is

to the south of Phase I

• Kenyon practice fields to the north - new

sod and irrigation system

• Phase II is anticipated to be completed

in the summer of 2014. The budget for

Phase II is $36.6 million and will be paid

for entirely by the UI Athletics Department

through the Iowa Football Legacy

fundraising campaign and other department

revenues.

• Phase II will include brand new team

locker rooms, team meeting rooms, a

players’ lounge, athletic training room,

video operations, coaches offices and

meeting rooms, equipment distribution

and approximately 22,500 square feet of

strength and conditioning space.

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Game #3 at Iowa State

Season Statistics

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Overall Conference

Date Opponent Score Record Record Time Attend

------ ------------- ------- --------- --------- ------- ---------

Aug. 31 Northern Illinois L, 27-30 0-1 0-0 3:37 67,402

Sept. 7 Missouri State W, 28-14 1-1 0-0 3:10 64,201

Sept. 14 at Iowa State

Sept. 21 Western Michigan

*Sept. 28 at Minnesota

*Oct. 5 Michigan State

*Oct. 19 at Ohio State

*Oct. 26 Northwestern

*Nov. 2 Wisconsin

*Nov. 9 at Purdue

*Nov. 23 Michigan

*Nov. 29 at Nebraska

* -- Big Ten Conference Game

The Automated ScoreBook

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 07, 2013)

All games

ALL All Purpose PURPOSE YARDS g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Weisman, Mark 2 280 0 0 0 0 280 140.0

Cotton, Jordan 2 0 58 0 83 0 141 70.5

Martin-Manley,K 2 0 103 34 0 0 137 68.5

Bullock, Damon 2 116 14 0 0 0 130 65.0

Rudock, Jake 2 53 13 0 0 0 66 33.0

Powell, Damond 2 2 49 0 0 0 51 25.5

Kittle, George 2 0 47 0 0 0 47 23.5

Fiedorowicz, CJ 2 0 46 0 0 0 46 23.0

Shumpert, Don 2 0 42 0 0 0 42 21.0

Cox, Adam 2 0 0 0 32 0 32 16.0

Daniels, Jr., L 1 30 0 0 0 0 30 30.0

Duzey, Jake 2 0 26 0 0 0 26 13.0

Canzeri, Jordan 2 19 5 0 0 0 24 12.0

Hillyer, Jacob 2 0 19 0 0 0 19 9.5

Matt VandeBerg 1 0 17 0 0 0 17 17.0

Plewa, Macon 2 0 7 0 0 0 7 3.5

Smith, Tavaun 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 1.5

TEAM 1 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 -2.0

Total 2 498 449 34 115 0 1096 548.0

Opponents 2 233 402 3 81 70 789 394.5

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IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Team Statistics (as of Sep 09, 2013)

All games

Team Statistics IOWA OPP

SCORING 55 44

Points Per Game 27.5 22.0

FIRST DOWNS 49 32

Rushing 24 14

Passing 21 16

Penalty 4 2

RUSHING YARDAGE 500 233

Yards gained rushing 518 262

Yards lost rushing 18 29

Rushing Attempts 100 65

Average Per Rush 5.0 3.6

Average Per Game 250.0 116.5

TDs Rushing 5 0

PASSING YARDAGE 449 402

Comp-Att-Int 40-65-3 39-71-1

Average Per Pass 6.9 5.7

Average Per Catch 11.2 10.3

Average Per Game 224.5 201.0

TDs Passing 1 4

TOTAL OFFENSE 949 635

Total Plays 165 136

Average Per Play 5.8 4.7

Average Per Game 474.5 317.5

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 7-115 3-81

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 3-34 5-3

INT RETURNS: #-Yards 1-0 3-70

KICK RETURN AVERAGE 16.4 27.0

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.3 0.6

INT RETURN AVERAGE 0.0 23.3

FUMBLES-LOST 1-1 4-2

PENALTIES-Yards 17-135 12-119

Average Per Game 67.5 59.5

PUNTS-Yards 12-443 16-668

Average Per Punt 36.9 41.8

Net punt average 36.7 38.4

KICKOFFS-Yards 11-708 10-594

Average Per Kick 64.4 59.4

Net kick average 38.8 40.4

TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 34:29 25:31

3RD-DOWN Conversions 14/31 8/30

3rd-Down Pct 45% 27%

4TH-DOWN Conversions 0/2 3/4

4th-Down Pct 0% 75%

SACKS BY-Yards 1-2 2-8

MISC YARDS 0 0

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 7 5

FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 2-3 3-3

ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0

RED-ZONE SCORES (7-9) 78% (2-3) 67%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (6-9) 67% (0-3) 0%

PAT-ATTEMPTS (7-7) 100% (5-5) 100%

ATTENDANCE 131603 0

Games/Avg Per Game 2/65802 0/0

Neutral Site Games 0/0

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

Iowa Hawkeyes 14 17 14 10 0 55

Opponents 10 7 3 24 0 44


IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 09, 2013)

All games

Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g

Weisman, Mark 2 50 284 4 280 5.6 2 37 140.0

Bullock, Damon 2 27 122 6 116 4.3 0 14 58.0

Rudock, Jake 2 11 61 8 53 4.8 3 14 26.5

Daniels, Jr., L 1 6 30 0 30 5.0 0 10 30.0

Canzeri, Jordan 2 5 19 0 19 3.8 0 10 9.5

Powell, Damond 2 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 1.0

Total 2 100 518 18 500 5.0 5 37 250.0

Opponents 2 65 262 29 233 3.6 0 42 116.5

Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g

Rudock, Jake 2 115.41 40-65-3 61.5 449 1 53 224.5

Total 2 115.41 40-65-3 61.5 449 1 53 224.5

Opponents 2 118.26 39-71-1 54.9 402 4 40 201.0

Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g

Martin-Manley,K 2 12 103 8.6 0 15 51.5

Fiedorowicz, CJ 2 5 46 9.2 1 14 23.0

Shumpert, Don 2 4 42 10.5 0 24 21.0

Duzey, Jake 2 3 26 8.7 0 18 13.0

Hillyer, Jacob 2 3 19 6.3 0 7 9.5

Bullock, Damon 2 3 14 4.7 0 12 7.0

Cotton, Jordan 2 2 58 29.0 0 53 29.0

Matt VandeBerg 1 2 17 8.5 0 9 17.0

Powell, Damond 2 1 49 49.0 0 49 24.5

Kittle, George 2 1 47 47.0 0 47 23.5

Plewa, Macon 2 1 7 7.0 0 7 3.5

Canzeri, Jordan 2 1 5 5.0 0 5 2.5

Smith, Tavaun 2 1 3 3.0 0 3 1.5

McCarron, Riley 2 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

Rudock, Jake 2 0 13 0.0 0 0 6.5

Total 2 40 449 11.2 1 53 224.5

Opponents 2 39 402 10.3 4 40 201.0

Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

Martin-Manley,K 3 34 11.3 0 13

Total 3 34 11.3 0 13

Opponents 5 3 0.6 0 3

Interceptions no. yds avg td lg

Miller, Tanner 1 0 0.0 0 0

Total 1 0 0.0 0 0

Opponents 3 70 23.3 1 28

Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg

Cotton, Jordan 4 83 20.8 0 35

Cox, Adam 2 32 16.0 0 16

Hamilton, Ray 1 0 0.0 0 0

Total 7 115 16.4 0 35

Opponents 3 81 27.0 0 33

Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lg

Kirksey, C. 1 52 52.0 1 52

Total 1 52 52.0 1 52

Opponents 0 0 0.0 0 0


IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Individual Statistics (as of Sep 09, 2013)

All games

PAT

Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

Rudock, Jake 3 - - - - - - - 18

Meyer, Mike - 2-3 7-7 - - - - - 13

Weisman, Mark 2 - - - - - - - 12

Fiedorowicz, CJ 1 - - - - - - - 6

Kirksey, C. 1 - - - - - - - 6

Total 7 2-3 7-7 - - - - - 55

Opponents 5 3-3 5-5 - - - - - 44

Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g

Rudock, Jake 2 76 53 449 502 251.0

Weisman, Mark 2 50 280 0 280 140.0

Bullock, Damon 2 27 116 0 116 58.0

Daniels, Jr., L 1 6 30 0 30 30.0

Canzeri, Jordan 2 5 19 0 19 9.5

Powell, Damond 2 1 2 0 2 1.0

Total 2 165 500 449 949 474.5

Opponents 2 136 233 402 635 317.5

Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk

Meyer, Mike 2-3 66.7 0-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 44 0

FG Sequence Iowa Hawkeyes Opponents

Northern Illinois (28),(44) (47),(25),(36)

Missouri State 33 -

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Kornbrath, C. 12 443 36.9 46 0 3 8 0 0

Total 12 443 36.9 46 0 3 8 0 0

Opponents 16 668 41.8 55 1 9 2 2 0

Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln

Meyer, Mike 11 708 64.4 8 0

Total 11 708 64.4 8 0 27.0 38.8 26

Opponents 10 594 59.4 3 0 16.4 40.4 24


IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL

Iowa Hawkeyes Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Sep 09, 2013)

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

31 Hitchens, A. 2 8 13 21 2.5-5 1.0-2 . 1 1 . . . .

20 Kirksey, C. 2 7 10 17 . . . . 1 1-52 1 . .

37 Lowdermilk, J. 2 8 6 14 1.0-2 . . 1 . . . . .

79 Alvis, Dominic 2 3 11 14 2.5-6 . . . 1 . . . .

44 Morris, James 2 5 7 12 2.0-5 . . 1 . . 1 . .

5 Miller, Tanner 2 2 8 10 . . 1-0 . . . . . .

19 Lowery, B.J. 2 7 3 10 . . . 2 . . 1 . .

95 Ott, Drew 2 2 7 9 0.5-1 . . . . . . . .

71 Davis, Carl 2 1 8 9 . . . . . . . . .

90 Trinca-Pasat, L 2 1 7 8 0.5-0 . . . . . . . .

14 King, Desmond 2 3 4 7 . . . 1 . 1-0 . . .

23 Cotton, Jordan 2 4 . 4 . . . . . . . . .

27 Lomax, Jordan 1 3 . 3 1.0-1 . . 2 . . . . .

97 Cooper, Darian 2 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .

98 Hardy, Mike 2 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .

11 Martin-Manley,K 2 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .

52 Alston, Quinton 2 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .

35 Smith, Gavin 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

34 Meier, Nate 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

7 Draper, Sean 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

17 Hillyer, Jacob 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

15 Rudock, Jake 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

96 Meyer, Mike 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

Total 2 61 92 153 10-20 1-2 1-0 8 3 2-52 3 . .

Opponents 2 92 98 190 7-18 2-8 3-70 4 1 1-0 1 . .


IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL

Iowa Hawkeyes Red-Zone Results (as of Sep 09, 2013)

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

Aug 31, 2013 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L 27-30 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sep 07, 2013 MISSOURI STATE W 28-14 6 4 28 4 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Totals 9 7 45 6 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

7 of 9 (77.8%)

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

Aug 31, 2013 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L 27-30 2 2 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Sep 07, 2013 MISSOURI STATE W 28-14 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Totals 3 2 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

2 of 3 (66.7%)


Game #3 at Iowa State

Game-By-Game Statistics

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

First Rushing Pass. Passing Total Punts- Fum.- Pen.

Game Score Downs Att-Net Yards Com.-Att.-Int Offense Avg. Lost Yds.

at Iowa 27 24 43-202 256 21-37-2 80-458 7-36.7 1-1 6-35

Northern Illinois 30 20 42-163 275 25-41-0 83-438 8-42.6 2-1 8-64

at Iowa 28 25 58-296 193 19-28-1 86-489 5-37.2 0-0 11-100

Missouri State 14 12 23-70 127 14-30-1 53-197 8-40.9 2-1 4-55

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Game #3 at Iowa State

Top Performances

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Individual

Points 12 Mark Weisman/Jake Rudock vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Rushing Attempts 30 (180 yds.) Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Yards Rushing 180 (30 att.) Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Pass Attempts 37 (21 comp.) Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Pass Completions 21 (37 att.) Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Passing 256 (21-of-37) Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Receptions 9 (79 yds.) Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Receiving 79 (9 rec.) Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Total Offense 276 Jake Rudock vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

All-Purpose Yards 180 Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Yards Punt Returns 24 (2 returns) Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Kickoff Returns 48 (3 returns) Jordan Cotton vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Field Goals Made 2 (2-of-2) Mike Meyer vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Extra Points 4 Mike Meyer vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Interceptions 1 Tanner Miller vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

_Tackles 14 Christian Kirksey vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

_Sacks 1 Anthony Hitchens vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Team Offense (Iowa highs)

Points 28 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Rushing Attempts 58 (296 yds.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Net Yards Rushing 296 (58 att.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Pass Attempts 37 (21 comp.) vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Pass Completions 21 (37 att.) vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Passing 256 vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Yards Total Offense 489 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Total Plays 86 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

First Downs 25 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Team Defense (Opponents lows)

Points 14 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Rushing Attempts 23 (70 yds.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Net Yards Rushing 70 (23 att.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Pass Attempts 30 (14 comp.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Pass Completions 14 (30 att.) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Yards Passing 127 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Yards Total Offense 197 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Total Plays 53 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

First Downs 12 vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Longest Plays

Run 37 Mark Weisman vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Pass 53 Jake Rudock to Jordan Cotton vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Field Goal 44 Mike Meyer vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Interception Return -- --

Fumble Return 52 (TD) Christian Kirksey vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Punt Return 13 Kevonte Martin-Manley vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

Kickoff Return 35 Jordan Cotton vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Scoring drive 80 (8 plays, 3:31 TOP) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Non-scoring drive 73 (8 plays, 3:33 TOP) vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

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Game #3 at Iowa State

The Last Time...

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

A kickoff was returned for a TD . . .

by Iowa - - Jordan Cotton (92 yards), vs. Penn State, 10/21/12

by an opponent - - Travis Cobb (100 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10

A punt was returned for a TD . . .

by Iowa - - 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 - - Kyle Steinbrecher at Purdue, 11/19/11

by an opponent - - Tyris Jones, Northwestern, 10/27/12

A field goal was blocked...

by Iowa - - Louis Trinca-Pasat, vs. Penn State, 10/21/12

by an opponent - - Jerel Worthy, Michigan State, 11/12/11

An interception was returned for a TD . . .

by Iowa - - Christian Kirksey (18 yards), vs. Indiana, 11/3/12

by an opponent - - Trevin Wade (85 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10

A fumble was returned for a TD . . .

by Iowa - - Christian Kirksey (52 yards), vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13

by an opponent - - Dere Hicks (7 yards), Illinois, 11/1/08

A blocked PAT attempt was returned for a score . . .

by Iowa - - D.J. Johnson (99 yards), at Penn State, 9/28/02

by an opponent - - Jason Simmons (85 yards), at Ohio State, 11/2/91

A safety was scored . . .

by Iowa - - Opponent pass behind line of scrimmage and out of end zone vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10

by an opponent - - Iowa punter ran out of back of end zone vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08

A player rushed for over 200 yards . . .

by Iowa - - Mark Weisman (27-217), Central Michigan, 9/22/12

by an opponent - - T.J. Duckett (30-248), Michigan State, 10/7/00

A player passed for over 300 yards . . .

by Iowa - - James Vandenberg (399 yards), vs. Pittsburgh, 9/18/11

by an opponent - - Devin Gardner (314 yards), Michigan, 11/17/12

A player scored four TDs . . .

by Iowa - - Shonn Greene (4 rush), vs. Wisconsin, 10/18/08

by an opponent - - Darnell Autry (3 rush, 1 rec.), Northwestern, 11/9/96

A team rushed for over 400 yards . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Tulsa (408 yards), 9/13/97

by an opponent - - Indiana (433 yards), 9/30/00

A team passed for over 400 yards . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Indiana (426 yards), 10/23/99

by an opponent - - Indiana (406 yards), 11/3/12

A team gained over 600 yards of total offense . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Minnesota (613 yards), 11/19/05

by an opponent - - Wisconsin (604 yards), 11/13/99

A team scored over 50 points . . .

by Iowa - - at Minnesota (55 points), 11/22/08

by an opponent - - Ohio State (56 points), 10/28/95

A team was held under 75 yards rushing . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Missouri State (23-70 yards), 9/7/12

by an opponent - - Penn State (20-23 yards), 10/20/12

A team was held under 100 yards passing . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Nebraska (92 yards) 11/23/12

by an opponent - - Nebraska (63 yards), 11/23/12

A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . .

by Iowa - - vs. Missouri State (197 yards), 9/7/13

by an opponent - - 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

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Game #3 at Iowa State

2013 Starting Lineups

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OFFENSE

Opponent WR TE LT LG C RG RT QB RB FB/WR WR

Northern Illinois Shumpert Fiedorowicz Scherff Boffeli Blythe Walsh Van Sloten Rudock Bullock Weisman Manley

Missouri State Shumpert Fiedorowicz Sherff Boffeli Blythe Walsh Van Sloten Rudock Bullock Weisman Manley

Consec. Starts 2 19 2 5 7 2 14 2 3 4 14

Career Starts 2 19 12 5 11 3 14 2 7 11 16

DEFENSE

Opponent RE DT DT LE OLB MLB WLB CB CB SS FS

Northern Illinois Alvis Davis Trinca-Pasat Ott Kirksey Morris Hitchens Lowery Lomax Lowdermilk Miller

Missouri State Alvis Davis Trinca-Pasat Ott Kirksey Morris Hitchens Lowery King Lowdermilk Miller

Consec. Starts 14 2 14 2 27 3 3 7 1 2 25

Career Starts 22 2 14 2 27 31 13 11 1 2 25

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Game #3 at Iowa State

Iowa Scoring Drives

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Opponent Plays Yards T.O.P. Result Qtr. Play

Northern Illinois (4) 13 55 5:47 FG 2 Meyer, 28-yd FG

4 65 1:04 TD 2 Fiedorowicz, 11-yd pass from Rudock

9 75 2:56 TD 2 Rudock, 6-yd run

10 44 3:25 FG 4 Meyer, 44-yd FG

NIU Average Drive 9.0 59.8 3:18

Missouri State (4) 11 69 4:26 TD 1 Rudock, 6-yd run

6 32 2:32 TD 3 Weisman, 10-yd run

8 80 3:31 TD 3 Weisman, 3-yd run

10 65 4:18 TD 1 Rudock, 2-yd run

MSU Average (4) 8.8 61.5 3:52

Season Average (8) 8.9 60.6 3:30

* - Does not include overtime drives

DRIVE ANALYSIS

Distance Iowa Opponent

Length TD FG TD FG

(minus) - - - - - - - - - - - -

0-9 0 0 0 0

10-19 0 0 0 1

20-29 0 0 0 1

30-39 1 0 0 0

40-49 0 1 0 1

50-59 0 1 1 0

60-69 3 0 0 0

70-79 1 0 3 0

80-89 1 0 0 0

90-99 0 0 0 0

GAME OPENING DRIVES

Iowa Opponent

Game Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds

NIU 0 5 17 0 5 19

Mo. State 0 3 5 0 7 20

Iowa St 0 0 0 0 0 0

W. Mich 0 0 0 0 0 0

Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mich St 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio St 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nwestern 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0

Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0

Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0

SECOND HALF OPENING DRIVES

Iowa Opponent

Game Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds

NIU 0 3 8 0 5 17

Mo. State 0 8 73 0 3 4

ISU 0 0 0 0 0 0

W. Mich 0 0 0 0 0 0

Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mich St 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio St 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nwestern 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0

Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0

Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0

3rd Down and...

Iowa

Opponents

Yards NIU MSU ISU WMU MN MSU OSU NW WIS PUR MICH NEB TOTAL Yards NIU MSU ISU WMU MN MSU OSU NW WIS PUR MICH NEB TOTAL

1-3 4-8 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-11 1-3 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5

4-6 2-5 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-11 4-6 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-7

7-9 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 7-9 4-7 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-11

10-14 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 10-14 0-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-6

15+ 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 15+ 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

Total 7-17 7-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-31 Total 7-20 1-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-30

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20-Yard+ Plays

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Yards Type Player(s) Opponent

53 Pass Jake Rudock to Jordan Cotton Northern Illinois

52 Fumble Ret. Christian Kirksey Northern Illinois

49 Pass Jake Rudock to Damond Powell Northern Illinois

47 Pass Jake Rudock to George Kittle Missouri State

37 Rush Mark Weisman Missouri State

35 Kick Return Jordan Cotton Missouri State

29 Rush Mark Weisman Missouri State

24 Pass Jake Rudock to Don Shumpert Northern Illinois

21 Rush Mark Weisman Missouri State

BOLD plays note touchdowns

BY LENGTH

Yards No. TD

20-29 3 0

30-39 2 0

40-49 2 0

50-59 2 1

60-69 0 0

70-79 0 0

80-89 0 0

90+ 0 0

TOTAL 9 1

BY PLAY TYPE

Type No. TD

Rushing 3 0

Passing 4 0

Punt Returns 0 0

Kick Returns 1 0

Int. Returns 0 0

Fumble Returns 1 1

Other 0 0

TOTAL 9 1

LONGEST PLAYS OF 2012

RUSHING

37 Mark Weisman Missouri St., 9/7/13

RUSHING TOUCHDOWN

10 Mark Weisman Missouri St., 9/7/13

PASSING

53 Rudock to Cotton N. Illinois, 8/31/13

PASSING TOUCHDOWN

11 Rudock to Fiedorowicz N. Illinois, 8/31/13

PUNT RETURN

13 Kevonte Martin-Manley N. Illinois, 8/31/13

KICK RETURN

35 Jordan Cotton Missouri St., 9/7/13

INTERCEPTION RETURN

-- -- --

FUMBLE RETURN

52 Christian Kirksey (TD) N. Illinois, 8/31/13

PUNT

46 Connor Kornbrath Missouri St., 9/7/13

FIELD GOAL

44 Mike Meyer N. Illinois, 8/31/13

IOWA

Yds Opponent Player(s)

53 Northern Illinois Jordan Cotton - Reception

37 Missouri State Mark Weisman - Rush

GAME-BY-GAME LONGEST PLAYS

OPPONENT

Yds Opponent Player(s)

42 Northern Illinois Tyler Wedel - Rush (Punt Fake)

27 Missouri State Julian Burton - Reception (TD)

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Miscelleanous Statistics

Iowa Big Plays

Rushing Passing Special Teams

Opponent 20-29 30-39 40+ 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ FG Blk XPT Blk Punt Blk

N. Illinois 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

Missouri State 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Iowa State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W. Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mich. State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

N’western 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0

Opponent Big Plays

Rushing Passing Special Teams

Opponent 20-29 30-39 40+ 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ FG Blk XPT Blk Punt Blk

N. Illinois 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

Missouri State 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Iowa State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W. Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Mich. State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

N’western 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

Turnovers Forced

Iowa

Opponent

Opponent Fum Int Blk Tot Pts Off Margin Fum Int Blk Tot Pts Off

N. Illinois 1 0 0 1 6 -2 1 2 0 3 9

Missouri State 1 1 0 2 0 +1 0 1 0 1 7

Iowa State 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

W. Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Mich. State 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Ohio State 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

N’western 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Wisconsin 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Purdue 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Michigan 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0

Totals 2 1 0 3 6 -1 1 3 0 4 16

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Drive Charts

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

IOWA DRIVE CHARTS

Northern Illinois

Qtr. Start Time Plays-Yds TOP Result

1st N 29 15:00 5-17 2:15 Punt

N 27 11:29 6-26 2:11 Fumble

N 19 7:33 4-15 2:09 Punt

N 10 3:47 7-54 2:26 Downs

2nd N 35 14:11 13-55 5:47 FIELD GOAL

N 35 7:36 4-65 1:04 TOUCHDOWN

N 25 3:49 9-75 2:56 TOUCHDOWN

3rd N 29 13:04 3-8 1:04 Punt

N 28 6:55 5-28 1:43 Punt

IA 45 4:16 1-0 0:14 Interception

N 31 1:13 3-9 1:22 Punt

4th N 11 12:01 3-2 0:36 Punt

N 30 10:07 10-44 3:25 FIELD GOAL

N 19 5:05 7-33 3:17 Punt

N 45 1:24 1-0 0:07 Interception

N 28 0:04 1-37 0:04 End of Half

Missouri State

Qtr. Start Time Plays-Yds TOP Result

1st M 12 12:07 3-5 1:32 Punt

M 31 9:40 11-69 4:26 TOUCHDOWN

M30 4:22 9-31 4:29 Punt

2nd M40 11:49 12-45 5:24 Missed FG

IA 45 4:29 3-3 2:10 Punt

M 38 1:30 5-16 0:53 Punt

3rd M 25 15:00 8-73 3:33 Downs

IA 32 9:43 6-32 2:32 TOUCHDOWN

M 20 5:43 8-80 3:31 TOUCHDOWN

4th M 25 14:25 1-0 0:10 Interception

M 35 14:15 10-65 4:18 TOUCHDOWN

M 20 6:50 6-18 2:46 Punt

M 33 2:34 5-32 2:34 End of Half

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS

Northern Illinois

Qtr. Start Time Plays-Yds TOP Result

1st IA 12 12:45 5-19 1:16 Punt

IA 47 9:18 5-23 1:45 FIELD GOAL

50 5:24 4-50 1:37 TOUCHDOWN

IA 36 1:21 3-16 0:54 Fumble

IA 25 0:27 3-6 1:16 Punt

2nd IA 25 8:24 3 (-8) 0:48 Punt

IA 25 6:32 8-75 2:43 TOUCHDOWN

IA 25 0:53 4-23 0:53 End of Half

3rd IA 20 15:00 5-17 1:56 Punt

IA 23 12:00 14-49 5:05 Downs

IA 4 5:12 3-(-1) 0:56 Punt

IA 49 4:02 8-44 2:49 FIELD GOAL

4th IA 19 14:51 6-22 2:50 Punt

IA 45 11:25 3-(-4) 1:18 Punt

IA 25 6:42 6-75 1:37 TOUCHDOWN

IA 18 1:48 3-(-3) 0:24 Punt

N 30 1:17 3-11 1:13 FIELD GOAL

Missouri State

Qtr. Start Time Plays-Yds TOP Result

1st IA 25 15:00 7-20 2:53 Punt

IA 37 10:35 3-2 0:55 Punt

IA 25 5:14 3-2 0:52 Punt

2nd IA 14 14:53 6-17 3:04 Punt

IA 20 6:25 5-25 1:56 Fumble

IA 10 2:19 3-4 0:49 Punt

3rd IA 2 11:27 3-4 1:44 Punt

M 45 7:11 3-(-8) 1:28 Punt

IA 25 2:12 8-75 2:47 TOUCHDOWN

4th IA 43 9:57 8-43 3:07 Interception

IA 16 4:04 3-6 1:30 Punt

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Game #3 at Iowa State

Individual Career Bests

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

PASSING

Jake Rudock (RS So.)

Att: 37 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Comp: 21 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 256 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TDs: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Long: 53 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

RUSHING

Damon Bullock (Jr.)

Att: 30 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

Yards: 151 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

TDs: 1, 2x, last vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Long: 27 vs. UNI (9/15/12)

Jordan Canzeri (So.)

Att: 22 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Yards: 58 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Long: 15 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Jordan Cotton (Sr.)

Att: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

Yards: 2 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

Long: 2 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

LeShun Daniels, Jr. (Fr.)

Att: 6 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 30 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 10 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

TD: --

Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.)

Att: 1 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Yards: 15 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Long: 15 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Damond Powell (Jr.)

Att: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Jake Rudock (RS So.)

Att: 7 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 33 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 14 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

TDs: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Mark Weisman (Jr.)

Att: 30 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 217 vs. C. Mich. (9/23/12)

TDs: 3, 2X, last vs. C. Michigan (9/23/12)

Long: 44 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

RECEIVING

Damon Bullock (Jr.)

Catches: 5, 2x, last at N’western (10/27/12)

Yards: 56 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

Long: 15, 3X, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Jordan Canzeri (So.)

Catches: 6 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Yards: 28 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

TDs: 1 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Long: 12 vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Jordan Cotton (Sr.)

Catches: 2, 5x (last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 58 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TDs: 1 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Long: 53 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Jake Duzey (So.)

Catches: 3 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 26 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 14 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

C.J. Fiedorowicz (Sr.)

Catches: 8 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Yards: 99 at Michigan (11/17/12)

TD: 1, 5x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Long: 45 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Ray Hamilton (Jr.)

Catches: 1, 3x, last vs. Mich. St. (10/13/12)

Yards: 20 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Long: 20 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Jacob Hillyer (So.)

Catches: 2 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 15 at N’western (10/28/12)

Long: 15 at N’western (10/28/12)

George Kittle (RS Fr.)

Catches: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 47 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 47 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Henry Krieger Coble (So.)

Catches: 3 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Yards: 24 at Michigan (11/17/12)

TDs: 1 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Long: 16 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.)

Catches: 9 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 131 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

TDs: 2 vs. Pittsburgh (9/17/11)

Long: 51 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12)

Riley McCarron (RS Fr.)

Catches: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: --

Long: --

Macon Plewa (So.)

Catches: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 7 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 7 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Damond Powell (Jr.)

Catches: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 49 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Long: 49 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Don Shumpert (Sr.)

Catches: 4 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

Yards: 40 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Long: 37 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Tevaun Smith (So.)

Catches: 2 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Yards: 16 at N’western (10/28/12)

Long: 16 at N’western (10/28/12)

Matt VandeBerg (Fr.)

Catches: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Yards: 17 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Long: 9 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Mark Weisman (Jr.)

Catches: 3, 3x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Yards: 33 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12)

TDs: 1 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Long: 21 vs. No. Iowa (9/15/12)

DEFENSE

Quinton Alston (Jr.)

Tackles: 3 vs. N’western (10/15/11)

Solos: 2, 3x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Asst: 2 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

TFL: 0.5 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Dominic Alvis (Sr.)

Tackles: 9 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solos: 4 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Asst: 7 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFLs: 2, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Sacks: 1, 5x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

FF: 1, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

FR: 1 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

PB: 1, 4x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Marcus Collins (Jr.)

Tackles: 3 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11)

Solos: 2 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11)

Asst: 1, 6x, last vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

Darian Cooper (So.)

Tackles: 5, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Solos: 3 at Michigan (11/17/12)

Asst: 4 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

TFL: 1, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

FR: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

PB: 1, 2x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Carl Davis (Jr.)

Tackles: 4 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solos: 2 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

Asst: 4 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFL: 1 vs. C. Mich. (9/23/12)

FR: 1 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

Sean Draper (So.)

Tackles: 2 vs. Mich. State (10/13/12)

Solos: 1, 5x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Asst: 1, 2X, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Mike Hardy (Jr.)

Tackles: 2, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Solos: 1, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Asst: 2 vs. Purdue, 11/10/12)

Anthony Hitchens (Sr.)

Tackles: 19 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

Solos: 6, 5x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Asst: 13 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

Sacks: 1, 2X, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

TFL: 2 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

FR: 1 at Purdue (11/19/11)

PB: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

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Individual Career Bests

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Desmond King (Fr.)

Tackles: 4 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solo: 2 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Asst: 2, 2X, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

FR: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

PB: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Christian Kirksey (Sr.)

Tackles: 14 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solo: 11 at Iowa State (9/10/11)

Asst: 8 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFL: 2 at Iowa State (9/10/11)

Sacks: 1, 3x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

INT: 1, 3x, last vs. Indiana (11/312)

TDs: 1, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

FF: 1, 4x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

FR: 1, 6x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

PB: 1, 5x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Nico Law (Jr.)

Tackles: 8 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Solos: 5, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Asst: 5 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

TFL: 0.5, 2x, last vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

PB: 1 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Jordan Lomax (So.)

Tackles: 3, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solo: 3 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Asst: 2 vs. N’western (10/15/11)

John Lowdermilk (Jr.)

Tackles: 8 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solos: 5 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Asst: 5 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFL: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

PB: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

B.J. Lowery (Sr.)

Tackles: 9 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Solos: 6 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Asst: 4, 2x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

TFL: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

INT: 1 at N’western (10/27/12)

FF: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

PB: 2 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Riley McMinn (So.)

Tackles: 2 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Solos: 1, 2x, last vs. Penn St. (10/20/12)

Asst: 1, 2x, last vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Nate Meier (So.)

Tackles: 1, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solos: 1 vs. C. Michigan (9/23/12)

Asst: 1 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Tanner Miller (Sr.)

Tackles: 10 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Solos: 7 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Asst: 6, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFL: 1, 4x, last vs. C. Michigan (9/23/12)

INT: 2 at Purdue (11/19/11)

TD: 1 vs. N’western (10/15/11)

FF: 1, 2x, last vs. Penn St. (10/20/12)

PB: 2 at Penn State (10/8/11)

James Morris (Sr.)

Tackles: 13, 6x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Solos: 10 at Minnesota (10/29/11)

Asst: 10 at Nebraska (11/25/11)

Sacks: 1, 2x, last vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

TFL: 2, 3x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

INT: 1, 2x, last vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

FF: 1 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

FR: 1 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

PB: 2 at Indiana (11/6/10)

Drew Ott (So.)

Tackles: 7 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Solos: 1, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Asst: 6 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

TFL: 0.5 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

PB: 1 vs. Purdue (11/10/12)

Travis Perry (So.)

Tackles: 1, 4x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Solos: 1, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Asst: 1, 2x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Louis Trinca-Pasat (Jr.)

Tackles: 7 vs. Minnesota (9/29/12)

Solos: 4, 2x, last vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Asst: 4, 3x, last vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

Sack: 0.5 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)

TFL: 1.5 vs. Iowa State (9/8/12)

FR: 1 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

PB: 1 vs. Mich. State (10/13/12)

Blk: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

PUNT RETURNS

Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.)

Returns: 2 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 24 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Long: 13 vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

KICKOFF RETURNS

Damon Bullock (Jr.)

Returns: 1, 2x, last vs. Oklahoma (12/30/11)

Yards: 23 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11)

Long: 23 vs. Tenn. Tech (9/3/11)

Jordan Canzeri (So.)

Returns: 2 vs. Michigan (11/5/11)

Yards: 33 vs. Michigan (11/5/11)

Long: 29 vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Jordan Cotton (Sr.)

Returns: 4, 2x, last at Michigan (11/17/12)

Yards: 152 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

Long: 92 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

TDs: 1 vs. Penn State (10/20/12)

Adam Cox (So.)

Returns: 2 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13)

Yards: 32 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13)

Long: 16 vs. N. Illinois, (8/31/13)

C.J. Fiedorowicz (Sr.)

Returns: 1 at Indiana (11/6/10)

Yards: 4 at Indiana (11/6/10)

Long: 4 at Indiana (11/6/10)

Ray Hamilton (Jr.)

Returns: 1 vs. N. Illinois, Aug. 31, 2013

Kevonte Martin-Manley (Jr.)

Returns: 4 at Nebraska (11/25/11)

Yards: 82 at Nebraska (11/25/11)

Long: 23 at Nebraska (11/25/11)

Mark Weisman (Jr.)

Returns: 1 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

Yards: 11 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

Long: 11 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

SPECIALISTS

Connor Kornbrath (So.)

Punts: 7, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (8/31/13)

Yards: 264 vs. Indiana (11/3/12)

Avg: 41.3 vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

Long: 61 vs. Nebraska (11/23/12)

Inside 20: 4, 2X, last vs. Missouri State, 9/7/13

Mike Meyer (Sr.)

Points: 15 at Iowa State (9/10/11)

FG Attempts: 5, 2x, last vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

FGs Made: 4, 4x, last vs. Mich. St. (10/13/12)

PATs: 6, 3X, last vs. Indiana (10/22/11)

Long FG: 50, 2x (last vs. N. Illinois (9/1/12)

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Game #3 at Iowa State

Superlatives Under Coach Ferentz

26 Bowl Games 11 Big Ten Championships 21 Consensus All-Americans 14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

MOST POINTS

1. 62 vs. Northwestern...................... 11-9-02

2. 59 vs. Northwestern.................... 11-10-01

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. Ball State................................ 9-26-10

0 vs. Minnesota............................ 11-21-09

0 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08

0 vs. Florida International................ 9-6-08

0 vs. Syracuse................................... 9-8-07

0 vs. Ball State.................................. 9-3-05

0 vs. Kent State................................ 9-1-01

0 vs. Northern Illinois..................... 9-18-99

MOST FIRST DOWNS

1. 30 vs. Kent State.............................. 9-1-01

2. 29 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-00

29 vs. Indiana............................... 10-23-99

4. 28 vs. Louisiana-Monroe................ 9-24-11

28 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-26-10

28 at Indiana................................ 10-11-08

28 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-19-05

28 vs. Buffalo.................................... 9-6-03

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED

1. 5 vs. Syracuse................................... 9-8-07

2. 6 vs. Eastern Illinois.......................... 9-4-10

6 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08

6 vs. Penn State............................ 10-23-04

5. 8 vs. Ball State................................ 9-26-10

8 vs. Arizona................................... 9-19-09

7. 9 vs. Georgia Tech............................ 1-5-10

9 vs. Penn State............................ 10-25-03

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS

1. 60 vs. Kent State.............................. 9-4-04

2. 59 vs. Northwestern.................... 11-10-01

3. 58 vs. Missouri State......................9-7-13

4. 56 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-16-02

5. 53 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-17-01

6. 51 at Indiana................................ 10-11-08

51 vs. Penn State.......................... 10-25-03

FEWEST RUSHING ATT., OPPONENT

1. 17 by Miami (Ohio).......................... 9-7-02

2. 19 by Kent State............................... 9-4-05

3. 20 by Michigan State.................... 10-30-10

20 by Michigan............................. 10-26-02

20 by Utah State............................ 9-21-02

20 by Texas Tech........................... 11-29-01

MOST RUSHING YARDS

1. 376 vs. Akron................................. 8-31-02

2. 365 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-16-02

3. 328 vs. Florida.................................. 1-1-04

4. 301 vs. Illinois................................. 10-1-05

5. 300 vs. Utah State.......................... 9-21-02

6. 298 vs. Missouri State.....................9-7-13

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED

1. -13 vs. Kent State............................. 9-4-04

2. 7 at Minnesota............................. 11-22-08

3. 10 vs. Montana................................ 9-2-06

4. 14 vs. Miami (Ohio).......................... 9-7-02

5. 19 vs. Wisconsin........................... 10-12-05

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED

1. 55 vs. Florida.................................... 1-1-06

2. 51 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-99

3. 48 vs. Pittsburgh............................ 9-17-11

4. 47 vs. Michigan State................... 11-12-11

5. 46 vs. Purdue................................. 11-6-04

6. 45 vs. Oklahoma.......................... 12-30-11

45 vs. Ohio State.......................... 10-30-99

8. 43 at Northwestern...................... 11-13-10

9. 42 vs. Iowa State.............................. 9-8-12

42 vs. Iowa State............................ 9-10-05

MOST PASSES COMPLETED

1. 36 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-99

2. 32 vs. Florida.................................... 1-1-06

3. 31 vs. Pittsburgh............................ 9-17-11

4. 30 vs. Indiana................................. 9-30-00

5. 29 vs. Ohio State.......................... 10-30-99

6. 28 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-99

FEWEST PASSES ATT., OPPONENT

1. 9 by Georgia Tech............................. 1-5-10

2. 10 by Northwestern..................... 10-27-12

3. 13 by Nebraska.............................. 9-23-00

13 by Iowa State............................ 9-11-99

5. 14 by Nebraska............................ 11-23-12

6. 15 by Nebraska................................ 9-4-99

7. 16 by Northern Illinois..................... 9-1-12

16 by Wisconsin........................... 11-13-99

FEWEST PASSES COMP., OPPONENT

1. 2 by Georgia Tech............................. 1-5-10

2. 6 by Northern Illinois....................... 9-1-12

6 by Iowa State.............................. 9-11-99

4. 7 by Northwestern....................... 10-27-12

7 by Syracuse................................... 9-8-07

7 by Buffalo...................................... 9-6-03

7. 8 by Nebraska.............................. 11-23-12

8 by Ball State................................ 9-26-10

9. 9 by Maine..................................... 8-30-08

9 by Penn State............................ 11-13-04

9 by Minnesota............................ 10-23-04

MOST PASSING YARDS

1. 426 vs. Indiana............................. 10-23-99

2. 399 vs. Pittsburgh.......................... 9-17-11

2. 380 vs. Indiana............................... 9-30-00

3. 377 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-19-05

4. 364 at Minnesota......................... 11-18-06

5. 357 vs. Purdue............................... 10-8-05

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED

1. 12 vs. Georgia Tech.......................... 1-5-10

2. 54 vs. Northern Illinois..................... 9-1-12

3. 56 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-26-10

4. 58 vs. Buffalo.................................... 9-6-03

5. 63 vs. Nebraska............................ 11-23-12

6. 73 vs. Minnesota.......................... 11-20-04

7. 79 vs. Syracuse................................. 9-8-07

8. 83 vs. Maine................................... 8-30-08

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE

1. 613 vs. Minnesota........................ 11-19-05

2. 602 vs. Northwestern.................. 11-10-01

3. 593 vs. Akron................................. 8-31-02

4. 562 vs. Ball State............................ 9-26-10

5. 552 vs. Indiana............................. 10-23-99

6. 546 at Minnesota......................... 11-18-06

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED

1. 103 vs. Syracuse............................... 9-8-07

2. 110 vs. Kent State............................ 9-4-04

3. 112 vs. Ball State............................ 9-26-10

4. 134 at Minnesota......................... 11-22-08

5. 144 vs. Montana.............................. 9-2-06

144 vs. Ball State.............................. 9-3-05

PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. OF 4)

1. 51.5 vs. W. Michigan........................ 9-9-00

2. 51.0 vs. Arizona.............................. 9-19-09

3. 50.2 vs. Penn State......................... 11-4-00

4. 50.0 vs. Wisconsin........................ 11-13-99

5. 49.2 vs. LSU...................................... 1-1-05

6. 49.0 vs. Miami (Ohio)....................... 9-7-02

MOST TIME OF POSSESION

1. 41:53 vs. Kent State......................... 9-4-04

2. 38:42 vs. Northern Illinois................ 9-1-12

3. 38:27 vs. Michigan....................... 10-26-02

4. 38:18 vs. Missouri State..................9-7-13

5. 38:07 at Indiana........................... 10-11-08

6. 37:56 vs. Arizona............................ 9-19-09

7. 37:37 at Minnesota...................... 11-22-08

8. 36:11 vs. Illinois............................. 11-1-03

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2013 Iowa Football Roster

No. Name ...................... Pos.

1 Marshall Koehn ...................PK

2 Malik Rucker .......................DB

3 Barkley Hill ..........................RB

3 Paul Brown ..........................DB

4 * Tevaun Smith ^ ...................WR

5 ** Damon Bullock ^ .................RB

5 *** Tanner Miller ^ .....................DB

6 Reggie Spearman ............... LB

6 Justin Joyce ....................... QB

7 * Sean Draper ........................DB

7 Drew Zaun ..........................WR

8 ** Don Shumpert ^ .................WR

9 Nic Shimonek ..................... QB

9 Blake Haluska ....................WR

10 Jonathan Parker ..................RB

11 ** Kevonte Martin-Manley ......WR

11 David Tann ..........................DB

12 Anthony Gair .......................DB

13 Greg Mabin .........................DB

14 Desmond King .....................DB

14 Connor Keane ....................WR

15 Jake Rudock ...................... QB

16 C.J. Beathard ..................... QB

17 * Jacob Hillyer .......................WR

18 Derrick Willies ....................WR

19 *** B.J. Lowery ^ .......................DB

19 Cody Sokol ......................... QB

20 *** Christian Kirksey ^ ............... LB

20 Andrew Stone .....................WR

21 ** Nico Law ^ ...........................DB

21 Trev Hadachek ...................WR

22 Damond Powell ..................WR

23 * Jordan Cotton .....................WR

25 Ruben Lile ...........................DB

26 Michael Malloy ....................RB

26 Kevin Ward ..........................DB

27 * Jordan Lomax .....................DB

28 Maurice Fleming ..................DB

29 LeShun Daniels, Jr. .............RB

29 Dayo Ogundepo ..................DB

30 Sean Skradis .......................DB

31 *** Anthony Hitchens ^ ............. LB

31 Akrum Wadley .....................RB

No. Name ...................... Pos.

32 Solomon Warfi eld ................DB

32 Andrew Wellik .....................RB

33 * Jordan Canzeri ....................RB

34 Nate Meier ^ ........................DE

35 Gavin Smith .........................DB

36 Cole Fisher ....................... OLB

37 ** John Lowdermilk ^ ...............DB

38 Adam Cox ...........................FB

38 Dalton Shaull ....................... LB

39 * Travis Perry ......................... LB

40 Berkley Grimm ....................FB

41 Bo Bower ............................. LB

42 Macon Plewa .......................FB

43 Josey Jewell ..................... OLB

44 *** James Morris ^ .................... LB

45 * Mark Weisman ....................RB

46 George Kittle .......................TE

46 Chad Gilson ........................ LB

47 John Kenny ...................... OLB

48 Ike Boettger .........................TE

48 Luke Lindahl ........................ LB

49 Melvin Spears .....................DE

50 Palmer Foster ................... OLB

51 Laron Taylor ........................ LB

52 ** Quinton Alston ^ .................. LB

52 Boone Myers .......................OL

54 Steve Ferentz ......................OL

54 Drake Kulick ........................ LB

55 ** Marcus Collins ^ .................. LB

55 Tanner Olde .........................OL

56 Faith Ekakitie ....................... DL

57 Tommy Gaul ........................OL

58 Eric Simmons ......................OL

59 * Conor Boffeli .......................OL

60 Jalen Chambers ..................OL

61 ** Casey Kreiter ...................... LS

61 Christopher Smull ................OL

63 * Austin Blythe .......................OL

64 Cole Croston .......................OL

65 * Jordan Walsh ......................OL

66 Colin Goebel .......................OL

67 Jaleel Johnson .................... DL

No. Name ...................... Pos.

68 ** Brandon Scherff ..................OL

70 *** Brett Van Sloten ..................OL

71 * Carl Davis ............................ DL

71 Richard Pryor, Jr. .................OL

72 Brant Gressel ...................... DL

73 Ryan Ward ..........................OL

74 Mitch Keppy ........................OL

75 Dean Tsopanides ............... DL

76 ** Nolan MacMillan ..................OL

77 Reid Sealby .........................OL

77 Daniel Gaffey ...................... DL

78 * Andrew Donnal ....................OL

78 Corbin Blythe ....................... DL

79 ** Dominic Alvis ....................... DL

79 Sean Welsh .........................OL

80 * Henry Krieger Coble ............TE

81 Jon Wisnieski ......................TE

82 ** Ray Hamilton ^ ....................TE

83 Riley McCarron ..................WR

84 Andre Harris .......................WR

85 Derrick Mitchell, Jr. .............WR

86 *** C.J. Fiedorowicz ^ ...............TE

87 * Jake Duzey .........................TE

87 Wil Rathjen .......................... DL

88 A.J. Jones ..........................WR

88 Jake Hulett .......................... DL

89 Matt VandeBerg .................WR

90 * Louis Trinca-Pasat .............. DL

91 Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara DL

92 Will Kincart .......................... DL

92 Peter Pekar .........................TE

93 Alden Haffar ........................PK

94 Riley McMinn .......................DE

95 Drew Ott ^ ........................... DL

96 *** Mike Meyer ^ .......................PK

97 * Darian Cooper ..................... DL

97 Tyler Kluver ......................... LS

98 * Mike Hardy .......................... DL

98 * Connor Kornbrath ^ ............... P

99 Nathan Bazata .................... DL

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