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Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

28 Bowl Games

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

IOWA OFFENSE
WR.......... 9
J. Smith, 17 Hillyer
LT.......... 64
Croston, 73 Ward
LG......... 79
Welsh, 58 Simmons
C.......... 63
Blythe, 58 Simmons
RG......... 65
Walsh, 69 Render
RT......... 78
Daniels, 69 Render
TE.......... 80
Krieger Coble, 46 Kittle
WR........ 89
VandeBerg, 83 McCarron
WR........ 17
Hillyer, 83 McCarron
QB......... 16
Beathard, 8 Wiegers
RB......... 33
Canzeri, 25 Wadley/32 Mitchell, Jr.
FB.......... 42
Plewa, 38 Cox

NORTHWESTERN OFFENSE
WR........19
Dickerson, 87 Kidd
LT...........53
Mogus, 72 Hance
LG..........57
Frazier, 69 North
C............63
Park, 59 Butler
RG.........70
Mertz, 73 DePietro
RT..........76
Olson, 71 Doles
WR........14
Jones, 81 Roberts
WR..........5
Shuler, 6 McHugh
QB.........18
Thorson, 10 Oliver/7 Alviti
SB..........40
Vitale, 9 Dickerson
RB..........21
Jackson, 13 Long

IOWA DEFENSE
DE......... 34
Meier, 96 Nelson
DT......... 67
Johnson, 56 Ekakitie
DT......... 99
Bazata, 61 Terlouw
DE......... 40
Hesse, 49 Spears
OLB....... 44
Niemann, 41 Bower
MLB...... 43
Jewell, 39 Perry
WLB...... 36
Fisher, 31 Mends
LC.......... 13
Mabin, 28 Fleming
SS.......... 19
Taylor, 12 Gair
FS......... 27
Lomax, 37 Snyder
RC......... 14
King, 7 Draper/15 Jackson

NORTHWESTERN DEFENSE
DE.........94
Lowry, 98 Washington
DT..........90
Robbins, 1 Chapman
DT..........67
Lancaster, 95 Thompson
DE.........13
Gibson, 7 Odenigbo
WLB.......51
Prater, 32 Hall
MLB.......18
Walker, 53 Queiro
OLB.......55
Smith, 42 Jones
CB..........23
VanHoose, 24 Hartage
S............16
Igwebuike, 26 Brown
S..............2
Henry, 41 McGee
CB............3
Watkins, 17 McShepard

PT.......... 16
PK........... 1

PT..........96
PK............8

Kidd, 1 Koehn
Koehn, 91 Recinos

TIME & PLACE - - 11 a.m. (CT), Saturday, Oct. 17, Ryan Field
(47,330), Evanston, Illinois.
TICKETS - - Tickets are available through the Northwestern University Athletic Ticket Office at http://bit.ly/1jG6XVb.
RADIO - - (Originating Network): Learfield Communications with
a network of over 40 stations. Gary Dolphin and Ed Podolak call
the action, with sideline reporter Rob Brooks. KRUI (89.7 FM),
the UI student radio station, and on Sirius channel 135 and XM
channel 195 on satellite radio.
TELEVISION - - The game will be televised by ABC, with a reverse
mirror on ESPN2. The announcers are Dave Pasch, Brian Griese
and Tom Luginbill.
THE RECORDS - - Iowa is 6-0, 2-0, with wins over Illinois State
(31-14), at Iowa State (31-17), Pittsburgh (27-24), North Texas
(62-16), at Wisconsin (10-6), and Illinois (29-20).
Northwestern (5-1, 1-1) began the season with five straight wins
before a 38-0 loss at Michigan last weekend. The Wildcats have
defeated Stanford (16-6), Eastern Illinois (41-0), Duke (19-10), Ball
State (24-19) and Minnesota (27-0).

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Niswander, 33 Micucci
Mitchell, 38 Omilian

THE SERIES - - Iowa holds a 49-24-3 advantage in the series that


began with a 12-6 Iowa win in Evanston in 1897. Iowa has won
three of the last four meetings, including a 48-7 decision a year
ago in Kinnick Stadium.
Iowa holds a 23-15-3 advantage in Evanston, but has not played
at Ryan Field since 2012. Iowa has lost on its last two visits to
Ryan Field, with its last victory in Evanston coming by a 28-17
score in 2007.
COACHING RECORDS - - Kirk Ferentz is in his 20th year as a
college head coach and his 17th year as Iowas head coach. His
career record is 133-106 and he is 121-85 at Iowa. He ranks ninth
in the Big Ten Conference in coaching wins.
Pat Fitzgerald is in his 10th season as a head coach, all at Northwestern, his alma mater. Fitzgerald holds a record of 65-54. He
ranks second to Ferentz in longevity among Big Ten head football
coaches.
NEXT GAME - - Iowa is idle on Oct. 24 and returns home to host
Maryland on Oct. 31 (TBA). Northwestern travels to Nebraska
(11 a.m., TBA).

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Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

28 Bowl Games
Offense

Pos............No.
SE.................. 9

17 ***
LT................ 64
*

73
*
LG............... 79
*

58
*
C................. 63 ***

58
*
RG............... 65 ***

69
RT............... 78

69
TE................ 80 ***

46
**
WR.............. 89
**

83
**
WR.............. 17 ***

83
**
QB............... 16
**

8
RB............... 33 ***

25
OR
32
FB................ 42
**

38
*
PK................. 1
*

91

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Name
Jerminic Smith ^
Jacob Hillyer
Cole Croston
Ryan Ward
Sean Welsh
Eric Simmons
Austin Blythe
Eric Simmons
Jordan Walsh
Keagan Render
James Daniels ^
Keagan Render
Henry Krieger Coble
George Kittle
Matt VandeBerg ^
Riley McCarron
Jacob Hillyer
Riley McCarron
C.J. Beathard
Tyler Wiegers
Jordan Canzeri
Akrum Wadley
Derrick Mitchell, Jr.
Macon Plewa
Adam Cox
Marshall Koehn
Miguel Recinos

Ht.
6-1
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-3
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-4
6-1
5-9
6-4
5-9
6-2
6-4
5-9
5-11
6-1
6-2
5-11
6-0
6-1

Wt.
180
212
295
290
288
295
290
295
290
305
285
305
250
235
185
186
212
186
209
222
192
185
212
244
234
200
180

Yr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
#Fr.
Fr.
#Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
#Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
#Fr.

Hometown (Previous School)


Garland, Texas (South Garland)
Somerset, Texas (Somerset)
Sergeant Bluff, Iowa (Sergeant Bluff-Luton)
Homer Glen, Ill. (Providence Catholic)
Springboro, Ohio (Springboro)
Madrid, Iowa (Iowa Western CC)
Williamsburg, Iowa (Williamsburg)
Madrid, Iowa (Iowa Western CC)
Glendale Heights, Ill. (Glenbard West)
Indianola, Iowa (Indianola)
Warren, Ohio (Harding)
Indianola, Iowa (Indianola)
Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Mount Pleasant)
Norman, Okla. (Norman)
Brandon, S.D. (Brandon Valley)
Dubuque, Iowa (Wahlert)
Somerset, Texas (Somerset)
Dubuque, Iowa (Wahlert)
Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy)
Lake Orion, Mich. (Detroit Country Day)
Troy, N.Y. (Troy)
Newark, N.J. (Weequahic)
St. Louis, Mo. (Vashon)
Franklin, Wis. (Franklin)
Chana, Ill. (Stillman Valley)
Solon, Iowa (Solon)
Mason City, Iowa (Mason City)

Pos............No.
LE................ 34
**

96

LT................ 67
*

56

RT............... 99

61
RE............... 40

49
OLB............. 44
*

41
*
MLB............ 43
*

39 ***
WLB............ 36 ***

31
LC................ 13
*

28
**
SS................ 19
*

12
**
FS................ 27 ***

37
RC............... 14
**

7 ***
OR
15
PT................ 16


1
*

Name
Nate Meier ^
Matt Nelson
Jaleel Johnson
Faith Ekakitie
Nathan Bazata
Kyle Terlouw
Parker Hesse
Melvin Spears
Ben Niemann ^
Bo Bower
Josey Jewell
Travis Perry
Cole Fisher
Aaron Mends
Greg Mabin
Maurice Fleming
Miles Taylor ^
Anthony Gair
Jordan Lomax
Brandon Snyder
Desmond King ^
Sean Draper ^
Josh Jackson
Dillon Kidd
Marshall Koehn

Ht.
6-2
6-8
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-3
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-2
5-10
6-1
5-11
6-0
6-1
6-2
6-0

Wt.
252
270
310
290
284
288
240
268
225
228
230
234
236
212
200
205
195
210
205
210
200
190
185
215
200

Yr.
Sr.
#Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
#Fr.
Sr.
So.
So.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
#Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
#Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.

Hometown (Previous School)


Tabor, Iowa (Fremont-Mills)
Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Xavier)
Lombard, Ill. (Montini Catholic)
Brampton, Ontario (Lake Forest Acad.)
Howells, Neb. (Howells-Dodge)
Sully, Iowa (Iowa Central CC)
Waukon, Iowa (Waukon)
Allen, Texas (Allen)
Sycamore, Ill. (Sycamore)
West Branch, Iowa (West Branch)
Decorah, Iowa (Decorah)
Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale)
Omaha, Neb. (Millard North)
Kansas City, Mo. (Winnetonka)
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Calvery Christian Academy)
Chicago, Ill. (Curie Metropolitan)
Silver Spring, Md. (Gonzaga College)
Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Christian)
Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha Catholic)
Larchwood, Iowa (West Lyon)
Detroit, Mich. (East English Village)
Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville)
Corinth, Texas (Lake Dallas)
Deerfield Beach, Fla. (El Camino CC)
Solon, Iowa (Solon)

Punt Returns:

14
83

Desmond King
Kickoff Returns:
Riley McCarron

Deep Snaps:

97
96

Tyler Kluver
Matt Nelson

Defense

Holder:

* - - Letters won

^ - - Redshirt year still available

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14
83

Desmond King
Riley McCarron

16
8

Dillon Kidd
Tyler Wiegers

# - - Indicates redshirt freshman

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Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

GAME #7: #17/17 IOWA at #20/21 NORTHWESTERN

IOWA RESULTS/SCHEDULE
6-0, 2-0 BIG TEN
9/5
9/12
9/19
9/26
10/3
10/10
10/17
10/31
11/7
11/14
11/21
11/27

IOWA HAWKEYES

Illinois State
W, 31-14
at Iowa State
W, 31-17
Pittsburgh
W, 27-24
North Texas
W, 62-16
at #18/19 Wisconsin*
W, 10-6
Illinois*
W, 29-20
at #20/21 Nwestern* 11 a.m./ABC
Maryland*
TBA
at Indiana*
TBA
Minnesota*
7 p.m.
Purdue*
TBA
at Nebraska*
TBA

Record: 6-0, 2-0


Ranking: No. 17 (AP)
Ranking: No. 17 (USA Today)
Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz
Alma Mater: Connecticut
Overall Record: 132-106 (20 yrs)
Record at Iowa: 121-85 (17 yrs)

NORTHWESTERN
WILDCATS

Record: 5-1, 1-1


Ranking: No. 20 (AP)
Ranking: No. 21 (USA Today)
Head Coach: Pat Fitzgerald
Alma Mater: Northwestern
Overall Record: 70-54 (9 yrs)
Record at Nwestern: 70-54 (9 yrs)

* Big Ten Conference game

NWestern RESULTS/SCHEDULE
5-1, 1-1 big ten
9/5

#21 Stanford

W, 16-6

9/12

Eastern Illinois

W, 41-0

9/19

at Duke

W, 19-10

9/26

Ball State

W, 24-19

10/3

Minnesota*

W, 27-0

10/10 at #18 Michigan*


10/17 Iowa*

L, 0-38
11 a.m./ABC

10/24 at Nebraska*

TBA

11/7

TBA

Penn State*

11/14 Purdue*

TBA

11/21 at Wisconsin*

TBA

11/28 at Illinois*
* Big Ten Conference game

TBA

IOWA COACHES
GAME DAY LOCATION
Offense
Greg Davis (booth) Offensive Coordinator/QBs
Brian Ferentz (field) Run Game Coordinator/OL
Chris White (field)
RBs/Special Teams
Bobby Kennedy (field)
Wide Receivers
Broderick Binns (booth)
GA/Defense
Tyler Anderson (booth)
GA/Defense
Defense
Phil Parker (field)
Def. Coordinator/DBs
Seth Wallace (filed)
Recruit. Coord./CBs
Reese Morgan (field)
Defensive Line
Jim Reid (booth)
Linebackers
LeVar Woods (field)
TEs/Special Teams
A.J. Haase (booth)
GA/Offense

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THE SETTING

Date: Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015


Location: Evanston, Illinois
Stadium: Ryan Field (47,330)
Surface: Natural Grass
Kickoff: 11 a.m. (CT)
Series: Iowa leads, 49-24-3
Tickets: hawkeyesports.com; 1-800-IA-HAWKS
TV: ABC (ESPN2 outer markets)

Dave Pasch, play-by-play

Brian Griese, analyst

Tom Luginbill, reporter
Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network & KRUI Radio

Gary Dolphin, play-by-play

Ed Podolak, color analyst

Rob Brooks, sideline reporter
Live Audio: hawkeyesports.com (Hawkeye All-Access)
Live Stats: hawkeyesports.com
Twitter: @TheIowaHawkeyes / @IowaFBLive
Satellite Radio: Sirius Channel 135; XM Channel 195

The Hawkeyes are seeking to improve to 7-0 for the first time since 2009, the second
time under Kirk Ferentz, and the fifth time in school history.
Iowa is looking for a 3-0 conference start for the third time under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa
opened 3-0 in the Big Ten in 2009 (5-0) and 2002 (8-0).
Iowa leads the Big Ten with 11 scrimmage plays of 40-plus yards. The Hawkeyes had 12
scrimmage plays of 40-plus yards all of last season.
Senior RB Jordan Canzeri ties for the Big Ten lead and ranks seventh nationally with 10
touchdowns. He entered his senior season with four career touchdowns in 29 career
games.
Junior QB C.J. Beathard is undefeated in seven career starts. He is 3-0 on the road and
3-0 in the Big Ten. No Iowa quarterback has ever won his first eight career starts.
Three Hawkeyes have 100-yard receiving performances in 2015, more than any other
Big Ten team (Jerminic Smith 118, Tevaun Smith 115, and Matt VandeBerg 114).
Junior DB Desmond King leads the Big Ten and is tied for fourth nationally with five interceptions. The last Hawkeye to lead the conference in interceptions was Tyler Sash in 2009 (6).
Iowa is ranked 17th in the AP Poll. It is the Hawkeyes highest appearance in the AP Poll
being ranked 13th on Nov. 7, 2010.
Iowa has scored 44 points off turnovers, after scoring 35 points off turnovers all of last
season. Iowa has a Big Ten-best eight interceptions.
Saturday is the 1,200th game in Iowa program history. Iowa has played 1,199 games
since beginning football in 1889. Iowas overall record is 619-541-39 (.533).

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Location: Iowa City, Iowa
Founded: 1847
Enrollment: 31,065
President: Bruce Harreld
Director of Athletics: Gary Barta
Conference: Big Ten (West Division)
Nickname: Hawkeyes
Mascot: Herky
Colors: Black and Gold (PMS 116)
First Year of Football: 1889
All-Time Record: 619-541-39
All-Time Bowl Record: 14-13-1
National Champions: 1921, 56, 58, 60
STADIUM INFORMATION
Stadium: Kinnick Stadium
Opened: 1929
Capacity: 70,585
Playing Surface: Field Turf
All-Time Record: 273-177-15
TEAM INFORMATION
Basic Offense: Multiple
Basic Defense: 4-3
Lettermen Returning:
38 (20 offense, 15 defense, 3 specialists)
Letterman Lost:
20 (10 offense, 9 defense, 1 specialist)
Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10
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: Erika Driessen
E-Mail: ........... erika-driessen@uiowa.edu
Mailing Address:
S300 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
Iowa City, IA 52242-1020

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IOWA/NORTHWESTERN NOTES
Iowa (17/17) and Northwestern (20/21) are meeting as ranked teams for the first time
since 1996, when #18 Northwestern defeated #23 Iowa, 40-13, at Kinnick Stadium.
Northwestern shared the Big Ten title in 1996 behind the play of Nagurski and Bednarik
award winner Pat Fitzgerald, Northwesterns current head coach.
Iowa has won three of the last four meetings, but has not won in Evanston since 2007
(28-17).
Iowa averages 31.7 points per game, the second best scoring offense in the Big Ten.
Northwestern allows only 12.2 points per game, third best in the conference.
Northwestern ranks second in the league in rushing offense (213 ypg), while Iowa
ranks second in the league in rush defense (78 ypg).
Iowa and Northwestern are tied for second in the league in red zone defense. Both
teams have allowed nine scores on 13 trips to the red zone (69.2 percent). Iowa has
allowed six touchdowns, while Northwestern has surrendered four.
Northwestern is the least penalized team in the Big Ten.
Iowa and Northwestern ranks fourth and fifth, respectively, in turnover margin. The
Hawkeyes are plus-five with a Big Ten-best eight interceptions. Northwestern is plus-three.
Northwestern has no Iowa natives on its roster. Iowas roster includes 14 Illinois natives, more than any other outside state.
CANZERI NAMED B1G OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
RB Jordan Canzeri was named Big Ten Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his
performance in Iowas 29-20 win over Illinois. The Big Ten honor is the first for Canzeri,
and the fourth for Iowa this season. QB C.J. Beathard earned the offensive award following
Iowas win at Iowa State, PK Marshall Koehn was the special teams winner following Iowas
last-second victory over Pittsburgh, and DB Desmond King earned co-defensive honors
for his play in Iowas win at Wisconsin.
Canzeri led Iowas offense in the win over Illinois with 256 rushing yards on 43 attempts.
He also had two receptions for 15 yards. He scored twice, including a 17-yard reception
in the second quarter and a 75-yard run in the third period.
Canzeri was at his best in the fourth quarter against Illinois, rushing on 11 consecutive
plays for 59 yards. Iowa used 6:53 of the quarter to set up a Marshall Koehn field goal after
Illinois pulled within 23-20. Following a fumble recovery, Canzeri added three additional
rushing attempts before Koehn sealed the victory with his third field goal of the game.
Canzeri established an Iowa record for rushing attempts in a game, passing the previous
mark of 42, which was held by Sedrick Shaw (at Michigan State, 1995). The 256 rushing
yards ranks third best for a single game at Iowa.
Canzeri leads Iowas rushing attack through six games with 132 attempts for 697
yards and nine touchdowns. His 10 total touchdowns lead the Big Ten and rank seventh
nationally. He is 20th in the nation in rushing yards per game (116.2), rushing for over
100 yards in four of six games.
THE FOURTH QUARTER
QB C.J. Beathard and the Hawkeyes rush defense have dominated the fourth quarter
in 2015. Iowas rush defense, the No. 2 defense in the conference, has yielded 81 total
rushing yards in the fourth quarter this season. That includes a 55-yard effort from North
Texas against Iowa reserves.
Beathard is 16-of-22 passing for 211 yards and one touchdown. He has also rushed
nine times for 28 yards and one touchdown in the fourth quarter this season. He has
engineered game-winning drives in the fourth quarter two times this season (Iowa State
and Pitt). He was 4-of-4 for 46 yards and a touchdown against Iowa State, and he rushed
for 27 yards on three carries to set up K Marshall Koehns 57-yard game winning field goal
against Pitt.
In Iowas last seven games, including the 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl, Beathards fourth quarter
numbers include 23-of-29 passing for 306 yards and three touchdowns, and 11 carries for
66 yards and one touchdown. Beathard did not play in the fourth quarter against North
Texas.
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
West Division

Team
Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct.
IOWA
2-0 1.000 6-0
1.000
Northwestern 1-1
.500
5-1
.833
Illinois 1-1 .500 4-2 .667
Minnesota 1-1 .500 4-2 .667
Wisconsin 1-1 .500 4-2 .667
Purdue
0-2
.000
1-5
.167
Nebraska
0-2
.000
2-4
.333

East Division

Team
Big Ten Pct. Overall Pct.
Ohio State
2-0
1.000
6-0 1.000
Penn State 2-0 1.000 5-1 .833
Michigan St 2-0
1.000
6-0 1.000
Michigan
2-0
1.000
5-1
.833
Indiana
0-2
.000
4-2
.667
Rutgers
0-2
.000
2-3
.400
Maryland
0-2
.000
2-4
.333

THIS WEEK IN THE BIG TEN


Saturday, Oct. 17
IOWA at Northwestern, 11 a.m. (ABC)
Purdue at Wisconsin, 11 a.m. (BTN)
Rutgers at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (BTN)
Michigan State at Michigan, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Nebraska at Minnesota, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN2)
Penn State at Ohio State, 7 p.m. (ABC)

NATIONAL RANKINGS
AP Poll
USA Today Poll
Oct. 11
Oct. 11
1. Ohio State
1. Ohio State
2. Baylor
2. Baylor
3. TCU
3. TCU
4. Utah
4. Michigan State
5. Clemson
5. LSU
6. LSU
6. Clemson
7. Michigan State
7. Utah
8. Florida
8. Florida State
9. Texas A&M
9. Alabama
10. Alabama
10. Texas A&M
11. Florida State
11. Florida
12. Michigan
12. Ole Miss
13. Ole Miss
13. Notre Dame
14. Notre Dame
14. Michigan
15. Stanford
15. Oklahoma State
16. Oklahoma State
16. Stanford
17. IOWA
17. IOWA
18. UCLA
18. UCLA
19. Oklahoma
19. Oklahoma
20. Northwestern
20. Boise State
21. Boise State
21. Northwestern
22. Toledo
22. Memphis
23. California
23. California
24. Houston
24. Duke
25. Duke
25. Toledo
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THE SERIES
Iowa holds a 49-24-3 advantage in the series that began with a 12-6 Iowa victory in
1897. The Hawkeyes are 23-15-1 all-time in games played in Evanston.
Iowa won 21 consecutive games over Northwestern prior to a 31-20 Wildcat win in
1995 in Evanston. The Wildcats hold a 10-8 advantage since snapping that Hawkeye win
streak. Here are the series results:
10/16/1897 W 12-6
11/23/00
T
5-5

10/08/10
L
5-10

*11/25/11 W 6-0
10/29/13
L
14-25
11/07/14 W 27-0
*10/16/15 W 9-6
11/11/16
L
13-20
11/17/17
L
14-25
*11/16/18 W 23-7
11/08/19 W 14-7
*11/06/20 W 20-0
11/19/21 W 14-0
*11/25/22 W 37-3
11/24/23 W 17-14
*11/20/26
L
6-13

11/29/27
L
0-12

*11/21/31
L
0-19

11/19/32
L
6-44

10/07/33 W 7-0
10/06/34
W
20-7

11/23/35
T
0-0

10/03/36
L
7-18

11/25/39
T
7-7

*10/22/49
W
28-21
11/14/52 W 39-14
10/26/57 W 6-0
*10/25/58 W 26-20
*10/03/59
L
10-14
10/01/60
W
42-10
10/23/65
L
0-9

*10/22/66
L
15-24
11/11/67
L
24-39
*11/09/68
W
68-34
*10/09/71
L
3-28

10/14/72
W
23-12
10/13/73
L
15-31
*10/12/74 W 35-10

* - - at Iowa City

11/01/75 W 24-21
*10/30/76
W
13-10
*9/10/77
W
24-0
*9/16/78 W 20-3
10/13/79
W
58-6
*10/18/80 W 25-3
10/03/81 W 64-0
*10/02/82
W
45-7
*10/08/83
W
61-21
10/06/84 W 31-3
10/26/85 W 49-10
*10/25/86 W 27-20
11/07/87 W 52-24
*11/05/88 W 35-10
10/28/89 W 35-22
*10/27/90
W
56-14
11/16/91
W
24-10
*11/14/92
W
56-14
11/13/93
W
23-19
*11/12/94 W 49-13
11/11/95
L
20-31
*11/09/96
L
13-40
11/15/97
L
14-15
*10/10/98
W
26-24
10/16/99
L
21-23
*11/11/00 W 27-17
11/10/01 W 59-16
*11/9/02 W 62-10
11/5/05
L
27-28
*11/4/06
L
7-21
11/3/07
W
28-17
*9/27/08
L
17-22
*11/7/09
L
10-17
11/13/10
L
17-21
*10/15/11
W
41-31
10/27/12
L
28-17
*10/26/13
W
17-10 (OT)
*11/1/14 W 48-7

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THE SERIES: BY THE NUMBERS
Series Record: Iowa leads, 49-24-3

at Evanston: Iowa leads, 23-15-3
Current Streak: Iowa, 2
Last Iowa Win: 48-7, 2014 in Iowa City
Largest Margin in UI Victory: 78-6, 1913
Highest Scoring Game: Iowa, 68-34 in 1968
Lowest Scoring Game: Tie, 0-0, 1935

STATISTICAL COMPARISON

Record
Scoring Average
Scoring Defense
Rushing Yards
Passing Yards
Total Offense
Rushing Defense
Passing Defense
Total Defense
Punt Return Average
KO Return Average
Turnover Margin

IOWA NWESTRN
6-0
5-1
31.7
28.5
16.2
19.7
201.17
137.50
208.2
256.5
409.3
394.0
78.00
151.33
232.3
181.2
310.3
332.5
15.70
12.65
22.50
23.50
+5
+3

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Head Coach Kirk Ferentz_______________ FAIR-ints
Nathan Bazata_____________________ BUDGET-uh
C. J. Beathard______________________ BETH-urd
Austin Blythe__________________________ BLYTH
Ike Boettger__________________________ Butt-gir
Jordan Canzeri____________________ can-ZEAR-ee
LeShun Daniels, Jr. __________________ Luh-SEAN
Jake Duzey__________________________ DEW-zee
Faith Ekakitie__________________ ee-KACK-uh-tee
Adrian Falconer_____________________ FALCON-ir
Steve Ferentz________________________ FAIR-ints
Daniel Gaffey________________________ GAFF-ee
Angelo Garbutt______________________ GAR-but
Jake Gervase_________________________ JIR-voss
Brant Gressel________________________ GRES-uhl
Parker Hesse_________________________HESS-ee
Jacob Hillyer_________________________ HILL-yir
Justin Jinning_________________________ GIN-ing
Marcel Joly____________________________JOLLY
Connor Keane__________________________ KEEN
Tyler Kluver_________________________ CLUE-vir
Marshall Koehn_________________________KANE
Henry Krieger Coble____________ KRAG-ir CO-bull
Drake Kulick_________________________ KOO-lick
Jordan Lomax______________________ LOW-max
Greg Mabin_________________________ MAY-bin
Nate Meier___________________________ MYER
Ben Niemann______________________KNEE-mun
Emmaneul Ogwo____________________ OUG-woo
Michael Ojemudia___________ oh-jay-MOO-dee-uh
Jameer Outsey______________ juh-MEER OUT-see
Peter Pekar__________________________ PEE-kar
Macon Plewa_________________________PLEV-uh
Colten Rastetter___________________ RASS-tet-ir
Miguel Recinos____________ muh-GEL ray-SEE-nos
Brady Reiff_____________________________ REEF
Jerminic Smith___________________ jir-muh-NEEK
Tavaun Smith_______________________ tae-VOHN
Jackson Subbert______________________SUE-birt
Kyle Terlouw_______________________ TUR-lauw
Omar Truitt__________________________ TRUE-it
Nate Vejvoda_____________________ vuh-VO-duh
Akrum Wadley_______________________ ACK-rum
Brett Waechter_______________________ WAX-tir
Tyler Wiegers_______________________ WEE-girs
Jon Wisnieski_____________________ Wiz-NEW-ski

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LAST MEETING: Iowa 48, Northwestern 7 (Nov. 1, 2014 at Kinnick Stadium)
Mark Weisman scored three touchdowns and Jake Rudock threw for another in a 48-7
Iowa victory over Northwestern in Kinnick Stadium.
Iowa scored on its first three offensive possessions and returned a blocked punt for
a touchdown to sprint out to a 24-0 advantage in the first quarter. Weisman started the
scoring with an 8-yard run less than two minutes
NWESTERN IOWA
into the game. Following a 48-yard Marshall Koehn
Score
7 48
field goal, Weisman found the end zone again, this
First Downs
13
24
time from 14 yards. Ben Niemann finished the first- Rushes-Yds. 43-105 46-221
quarter scoring with a 1-yard return after blocking Passing Yds.
75
262
a Northwestern punt.
Passes (C-A-I)
9-24-0
17-25-0
The Hawkeyes added two more touchdowns Total Offense
67-180
71-483
in the second quarter after Northwesterns only Punts-Avg. 8-34.5 2-37.0
score of the contest; Tevaun Smith caught a 31-yard Fumbles-Lost 1-1 4-1
5-53
5-35
touchdown pass, followed by another Weisman Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession 27:03
32:57
8-yard run -- his third of the half.
After a scoreless third period, Koehn split the
uprights from 24 yards and redshirt freshman Akrum Wadley scampered five yards for his
first career score. Wadley, who was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week, finished the
contest with 106 yards rushing on 15 carries.
Rudock completed 12-of-19 passes for 239 yards and one touchdown, while C.J. Beathard
completed 5-of-6 passes for 23 yards. Weisman finished with 94 yards and three scores on
20 carries. Matt VandeBerg led the Hawkeye receivers with career bests in receptions (5)
and receiving yards (90).
Iowas defense was stellar, allowing only 180 total yards, including 75 yards passing. The
Hawkeyes registered eight tackles-for-loss, including five sacks, and forced and recovered
a fumble. Louis Trinca-Pasat, who was tabbed Big Ten co-Defensive Player of the Week,
amassed a career-high three sacks -- all in the first half.
FROM 6-0 to 7-0
Iowa is 6-0 for the seventh time in school history, and is aiming to start the season 7-0
for the fifth time in program history. Iowa started 9-0 in 2009, its best start in school history.
The Hawkeyes were 7-0 in 1985, 1922, and 1921.
WELL GO FIRST
Iowa received the opening kickoff in five of six games this season, and has outscored its
opponents 33-13 in the first quarter.
In 17 seasons as Iowas head coach, Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeyes received the opening
kickoff in 167-of-206 games (100-67). Iowa has started the game on defense in 39-of-206
games under Ferentz (21-18).
A PERFECT HALF DOZEN
The Hawkeyes are 6-0 for the second time under Kirk Ferentz. A win Saturday would be
Iowas second 7-0 start in the Ferentz era (2009). The 2009 Hawkeyes won their first nine
games, finished 11-2 overall, and won the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl.









IN THE RANKINGS
These are Iowas most recent wins vs. nationally-ranked opponents:
Home:
24-16 over #13 Michigan, 11/5/11


37-6 over #5 Michigan State, 10/30/10


24-3 over #20 Penn State, 10/02/10
Road:
10-6 over #18 Wisconsin, 10/3/15


38-28 over #24 Michigan, 10/16/10
Neutral:
27-24 over #12 Missouri, Insight Bowl, 12/28/10


24-14 over #9 Georgia Tech, Orange Bowl, 1/5/10


30-25 over #11 LSU, Capital One Bowl, 1/1/05
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HEAD COACH KIRK FERENTZ


Kirk Ferentz (pronounced FAIR-rintz,
rhymes with parents) is in his 17th season
as head football coach at Iowa and the dean
of Big Ten Conference football coaches. His
latest contract extension runs through the
2020 season.
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.
Guided Iowa to Big Ten titles in 2002 and
2004.
Ferentz ranks ninth with 121 overall wins as a member of the Big
Ten Conference. He has 70 Big Ten wins, tied for ninth all-time.
Named the 2002 Associated Press and Walter Camp National
Coach of the Year and AFCA Regional Coach of the Year.
Iowa has made two BCS bowl appearances, including a 24-14 win
in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl.
Iowa has played in seven January bowl games with four January
bowl victories (2004 Outback Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2009
Outback Bowl and 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl).
Iowa has posted a 112-64 (.636) overall mark and a 65-46 (.586)
Big Ten record since 2001. Ferentz has placed in the top one-half
of the conference nine times, including Big Ten titles in 2002 and
2004, and a second-place finish in 2009.
At Iowa, Ferentz holds an overall record of 121-85 (.587) and a
70-60 (.538) mark in Big Ten games. In his 19th season as a college
head coach, he holds a career mark of 133-106 (.556). He had an
overall record of 12-21 at Maine from 1990-92.
The only Division I head coach to coach three sons at the same
college. Brian, in his fourth season as Iowas offensive line coach,
was a Hawkeye letterman from 2003-05. James was a three-year
starter on the Hawkeye offensive line before graduating in May,
2013. Steven is an offensive lineman in his fourth season.
FERENTZ COACHING RECORD AT IOWA (17 YEARS)
YEAR
OVERALL (PCT)
BIG TEN (PCT)
BOWL
2015
6-0
1.000
2-0
1.000
--2014
7-6
.538
4-4
.500
TaxSlayer
2013
8-5
.615
5-3
.625
Outback
2012
4-8
.333
2-6
.250
--2011
7-6
.538
4-4
.500
Insight
2010
8-5
.615
4-4
.500
Insight
2009
11-2
.846
6-2
.750
Orange
2008
9-4
.692
5-3
.625
Outback
2007
6-6
.500
4-4
.500
--2006
6-7
.462
2-6
.250
Alamo
2005
7-5
.583
5-3
.625
Outback
2004
10-2
.833
7-1
.875 Capital One
2003
10-3
.769
5-3
.625
Outback
2002
11-2
.846
8-0
1.000
Orange
2001
7-5
.583
4-4
.500
Alamo
2000
3-9
.250
3-5
.375
--1999
1-10
.091
0-8
.000
--Overall
121-85 .587 70-60 .538

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FERENTZ MOVES UP IN VICTORIES


Head coach Kirk Ferentz has 121 wins as a member of the Big
Ten Conference, the ninth most in conference history. Ferentz is
one win shy of tying Lloyd Carr for eighth all-time (122). Ferentz
has 70 Big Ten wins, tied for the ninth most in conference history
(John Cooper, Ohio State).
Only eight coaches rank in the top 10 in both categories:
overall wins as a member of the Big Ten, and conference wins. The
others include Woody Hayes (OSU), Amos Alonzo Stagg (CHI), Bo
Schembechler (MICH), Hayden Fry (IOWA), Robert Zuppke (ILL),
Lloyd Carr (MICH), and Barry Alvarez (WIS).
Ferentz also has six bowl wins as a member of the Big Ten, tying
Fry and Carr for No. 2 all-time. Only Alvarez has more (9).
6 WITH 6, 3 WITH 4
The Hawkeyes are one of six schools in the country with six wins
(6-0). The others include Ohio State, TCU, Michigan State, Florida,
and Oklahoma State. Only Iowa, TCU and Florida have four wins
this season against Power 5 schools. The Hawkeyes opened the
conference season with wins at No. 18 Wisconsin and at home
against Illinois, and earned two wins against Power 5 schools during
the nonconference schedule: Iowa State, 31-17, and Pitt, 27-24.
6 THE OTHER WAY
Iowa ties for the league lead with eight interceptions (Ohio
State). The Hawkeyes returned two interceptions for touchdowns
in Week 4 against North Texas. LB Josey Jewell recorded the first
interception of his career, returning it 34 yards for a touchdown.
LB Bo Bower returned an interception 88 yards for a touchdown
in the fourth quarter. It is the seventh longest interception return
in school history.
Iowa has at least one interception returned for a touchdown in
each of the last eight seasons, and 13 of the last 15 seasons. The
last time Iowa returned two interceptions for touchdowns was
2013 against Western Michigan (both by B.J. Lowery).
FIRST TIME STARTERS
The Hawkeyes have used 12 first time starters. RB LeShun
Daniels, Jr., LT Boone Myers, DT Nathan Bazata, DT Jaleel Johnson,
LB Cole Fisher, LB Ben Niemann, SS Miles Taylor, TE Jameer Outsey,
DE Parker Hesse, WR Riley McCarron, LT Cole Croston, and WR
Jerminic Smith.
REMOVE THE REDSHIRT
Three true freshmen have played in 2015, and all saw their
college first action in the season opener: OL James Daniels,
WR Jerminic Smith, and WR Adrian Falconer. Smith started at
Wisconsin, becoming the first Iowa freshman to start at wide
receiver since Matt VandeBerg started two games in 2013. Daniels
is the first true freshman to play offensive line since Bryan Bulaga in
2007. Daniels joined the Iowa program last spring and participated
in spring practice.

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HAWKEYE FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS
100


62

60
33

32
28
26
24

24


23

22
14
14

11
9

6
6

4

3

2

1


0

Ferentz became the 12th coach to


win 100 games at a Big Ten school
(at MSU, 19-16 2OT, 10/13/12)
Calvin Jones retired number, one
of two in school history
NFL Draft picks under Kirk Ferentz
Hawkeyes who have played
in the Super Bowl
Former Hawkeyes active in the NFL
Bowl games (14-13-1)
All-America honors under Ferentz
Heisman Trophy winner (1939)
Nile Kinnicks retired number
Players have combined to earn
Academic All-America honors
on 44 occasions under Ferentz
Consensus All-Americans
(eight under Kirk Ferentz)
Times finished a season ranked
Bowl wins, CFB Hall of Famers
First or second round NFL
draft picks under Kirk Ferentz
Big Ten Championships
Former players recognized on Kinnick
Stadium Wall of Honor
Bowl wins under Kirk Ferentz
Players under Ferentz who

have won national awards
Four times finished the year ranked
in top 10 over the past 12 seasons
Kirk Ferentz has been named B1G
Coach of the Year
Twice won 11 games under
Kirk Ferentz (2002 & 2009)
Only one Iowa coach ranks above
Kirk Ferentz in career wins,
Hayden Fry (143)
Did not lose a B1G game in
2002, one of only five B1G teams

ON THE AVERAGE
DOWN PLAYS AVG.
First Down
187
6.0
Second Down
139
6.3
Third Down
82
5.2
Fourth Down
8
4.5

IOWA BY QUARTERS
QUARTER IOWA OPPONENTS
First
33
13
Second
72
34
Third
34
22
Fourth
51
28
OT
0
0

POINTS OFF TURNOVERS



T/O Gained
Pts Scored
Iowa 12 44
Opponents
7
27

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QB C.J. BEATHARD (JR., 6-2, 209)
Career Games Played/Starts: 19/6
Junior QB C.J. Beathard is aiming to become the first quarterback in school history to
win his first eight career starts. Beathard is 7-0 in seven career starts. QB Matt Sherman
is the only other quarterback in school history to win his first seven starts. Sherman won
the final two games of 1994 and the first five games in 1995.
Beathard ranks third in the Big Ten in total offense with 1,431 yards. He has 1,239
yards passing, and his 192 rushing yards rank second among Big Ten quarterbacks (Tommy
Armstrong, Nebraska).
Beathard in 3-2-1:
Undefeated in seven career starts (Purdue, 2014; all six games this season). Numbers
include 116-of-199 (58.3) passing for 1,484 yards, 10 touchdowns, and three interceptions, and 221 yards rushing with three rushing touchdowns.
Has won his first seven career starts, a record that includes a 3-0 mark on the road, a
4-0 mark at home, and a 3-0 mark in the Big Ten.
Earned Co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors after helping lead Iowa to a
14-point triumph at Iowa State. Beathard totaled 292 yards (215 passing and 77 rushing) against the Cyclones.
FLIRTING WITH 100
Junior QB C.J. Beathard gained 111 yards but lost 34 yards rushing against Iowa State
on Sept. 12. His net gain of 77 yards threatened his career-high of 82 set at the 2015
TaxSlayer Bowl. The last Iowa quarterback to rush for 100 yards in a single game was Butch
Caldwell, who ran for 109 yards on 12 attempts against Michigan State on Nov. 24, 1973
in Iowa City.
OL AUSTIN BLYTHE (SR., 6-3, 290)
Career Games Played/Started: 42/41
Senior C Austin Blythe is the veteran on an offensive line that rotates three sophomores
and a true freshman. He has started 41 games for Iowa, more than any other active Hawkeye,
since debuting as Iowas starting RG as a redshirt freshman in the 2012 season opener.
Blythe in 3-2-1:
36 consecutive starts on the offensive line.
Iowas opening day starting center for three straight years.
Rimington and Outland Trophy Watch Lists.
RB JORDAN CANZERI (SR., 5-9, 192)
Career Games Played/Starts: 35/6
Senior RB Jordan Canzeri set a single-game school record for attempts (43) and rushed
for 256 yards, the third highest single-game output in school history, against Illinois in
Week 6. He was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week by the Big Ten Conference
and College Sports Madness.
Canzeri tied a school record with four rushing touchdowns in Week 4 against North
Texas. He was named College Sports Madness Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week. It
was the sixth time in program history a player rushed for four touchdowns, and the first
time since Shonn Greene scored four times against Wisconsin in 2008.
He has 10 touchdowns this season, nine rushing and one receiving. His 10 scores tie
for the league lead, and ties for seventh nationally.
Canzeri leads Iowa in rushing yards (725) and ranks second in receptions (16). His 871
all-purpose yards rank third in the conference and he is 20th nationally in rushing yards
per game (116.2).
Canzeri in 3-2-1:
One of four Power Five conference players to have at least 675 yards rushing and 10
total touchdowns.
Six career 100-yard rushing games, including four this season.
Second on the team with 16 receptions. Has nine straight games with at least one
reception.
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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 All-American
Room of the Hansen Football Performance Center.
Coach Ferentz addresses the media at 1:15 p.m.
(CT). Player interviews are 11 a.m. each Tuesday in
the front foyer of the HFPC.
Media need to submit their player interview requests to Steve Roe, via e-mail, by 9 a.m. each Sunday.
True freshmen are not available for interviews.
Media can access video highlights of Ferentzs
weekly press conference 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 eight minutes. To
participate on the teleconference, media members
should dial 1-866-392-7674. Contact the Big Ten
office at 847-696-1010 for the weekly passcode.
All times listed below are CT:
11:00 a.m. Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
11:08 a.m. Jim Harbaugh, Michigan
11:16 a.m. Paul Chryst, Wisconsin
11:24 a.m. Mike Riley, Nebraska
11:32 a.m. Mark Dantonio, Michigan State
11:40 a.m Kirk Ferentz, Iowa
11:48 a.m. Jerry Kill, Minnesota
11:56 a.m. Kyle Flood, Rutgers
12:04 p.m. Bill Cubit, Illinois
12:12 p.m. Randy Edsall, Maryland
12:20 p.m. Darrell Hazell, Purdue
12:28 p.m. James Franklin, Penn State
12:36 p.m. Urban Meyer, Ohio State
12:44 p.m. Kevin Wilson, Indiana

HAWKEYE INJURY UPDATES


Tevaun Smith -- did not play last week
Boone Myers -- did not play last week
Drew Ott -- left game last week
Ike Boettger -- left game last week
Jake Duzey -- day-to-day

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RB LeSHUN DANIELS, JR. (JR., 6-0, 225)
Career Games Played/Starts: 17/2
Junior RB LeShun Daniels started the first two weeks of the season, but has seen limited
action since leaving the Iowa State game due to injury. He did not play against Illinois in
Week 6. Daniels rushed for 179 yards through the first five-plus quarters of the season,
but has been limited to 47 yards since.
Daniels in 3-2-1:
Set career highs in carries (26), rushing yards (123), and longest rush (27) in his first
career start against Illinois State on Sept. 5. It was his first career 100-yard game.
Entered the season with 184 rushing yards in 12 games. Has 226 rushing yards in 2015.
He was Iowas eighth different opening day starting running back since 2007.
WR JERMINIC SMITH (FR., 6-1, 180)
Career Games Played/Started: 6/2
True freshman WR Jerminic Smith made his first career start at Wisconsin in Week
5 but recorded no statistics. He cracked the lineup again against Illinois in Week 6 and
became the first true freshman under Kirk Ferentz to have a 100-yard receiving. Smith
had four receptions for 118 yards, all in the first half of the win over Illinois.
Smith in 3-2-1:
Three of his four receptions have resulted in first downs.
His 118 receiving yards against Illinois were the most by a Hawkeye since TE Jake Duzey
in 2013 (138 vs. Ohio State). It was the highest receiving yards total by a wide receiver
since Derrell Johnson-Koulianos had 119 receiving yards against Northwestern in 2007.
Started against Wisconsin and Illinois in place of injured WR Tevaun Smith (no relation).
CB DESMOND KING (JR., 5-11, 190)
Career Games Played/Starts: 32/31
Junior CB Desmond King recorded his fourth and fifth interceptions of the season in
Iowas Big Ten opener at Wisconsin. He was named Big Ten Conference Co-Defensive
Player of the Week and Jim Thorpe national Player of the Week. It was his second multiinterception game of the season (Pitt). His second quarter interception led to an Iowa
touchdown. Three of his five interceptions this season have resulted in Iowa scores (2
TDs, 1 FG).
King in 3-2-1:
Leads the Big Ten and ranks fourth nationally with five interceptions. The last Hawkeye
to lead the league in interceptions was Tyler Sash in 2009 (6).
First Hawkeye with five interceptions in a single-season since Brett Greenwood had five
in 2010. He is the first Hawkeye to have two multi-interception games since Tyler Sash
in 2009. Also the first Hawkeye with two interceptions in a game since John Lowdermilk
in the fourth period at Purdue in 2014.
Totaled 180 return yards against North Texas (71 punt and 109 kickoff). He became
the fourth Big Ten player in the last 20 seasons with 100-plus kickoff return yards and
70-plus punt return yards in a single game.
FS JORDAN LOMAX (SR., 5-10, 205)
Career Games Played/Starts: 39/19
Senior FS Jordan Lomax ranks third on the team with 40 tackles. He had eight stops
and one breakup in Iowas Big Ten opening win at Wisconsin, and six stops and a tacklefor-loss against Illinois.
Lomax in 3-2-1:
He has started 18 of Iowas last 19 games.
10 tackles against Pitt were one shy of matching his career high (11), set at Maryland
in 2014.
Saw action in 11 games as a true freshman before redshirting in 2012 with shoulder
injury.

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Player
C.J. Beathard
C.J. Beathard
Nate Meier
Drew Ott
Nathan Bazata
Marshall Koehn
Desmond King
Desmond King

Category
Passing
Total Offense
Sacks
Sacks
Kicks/Punts Blocked
Field Goal Pct.
Kickoff Returns
Interceptions

Team Statistics
KO Coverage
Fewest Yards Penalized
PAT Kicking
Fewest Penalties/Game
Passing Defense
Fourth Down Conversions
Third Down Conversions
Time of Possession
Passing Offense
QB Sacks Allowed
First Downs Allowed
First Downs Gained
Pass Efficiency
Turnovers Lost
Total Defense
Rushing Defense
Total Offense
Interceptions
Kick/Punts Blocked
Pass Efficiency Defense
Third Down Defense
Rushing Offense
Scoring Offense
Scoring Defense
Tackles for Loss Allowed
Field Goal Pct.
KO Returns
QB Sacks
Passes Defended
Punting Avg.
Red Zone Defense
Kickoff Avg.
Tackles for Loss
Turnover Margin
Fumbles Forced
Red Zone Offense
Turnovers Gained
Fourth Down Defense
Punt Returns
Fumbles Lost
Punt Return Defense
Fumbles Recovered

19.71
309
91.7
5.3
232.3
62.50
43.21
32:34
208.2
10
110
126
141.23
7
310.3
78.00
409.3
8
1
113.60
34.44
201.17
31.7
16.2
30.0
88.9
22.50
19
31
44.38
69.23
63.28
35.0
0.83
5
83.33
12
40.0
15.70
5
14.14
4

Stats Big Ten


206.5 6th
238.5 3rd
5.0
T-6th
5.0
T-6th
1
T-1st
88.9
2nd
22.50 6th
5
1st

6th
7th
13th
T-5th
9th
T-4th
5th
2nd
9th
T-11th
9th
7th
3rd
5th
7th
2nd
5th
T-1st
T-4th
8th
8th
4th
2nd
5th
T-7th
2nd
7th
T-4th
T-5th
2nd
T-2nd
4th
12th
4th
T-5th
T-7th
T-1st
T-6th
2nd
T-10th
13th
T-6th

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DE DREW OTT (SR., 6-4, 272)


Career Games Played/Started: 46/29
Senior DE Drew Ott recorded one sack and two tackles-for-loss
before leaving the Illinois game in Week 6 with an injury.
Ott left the Iowa State game in Week 2 with an injury, saw
limited snaps Week 3 against Pitt, yet still ranks sixth in the Big
Ten with five sacks and 7.5 TFL. Otts streak of 15 consecutive
starts at defensive end ended Week 3 vs. Pitt.
Ott recorded three tackles in the win at Wisconsin, including
2.5 tackles for loss and a QB sack. He forced a fumble in the
second quarter that led to an Iowa field goal.
Ott recorded two sacks for a loss of 20 yards and forced one
fumble in Iowas season opener. His two sacks against Illinois
State are the first time a Hawkeye collected multiple sacks in a
season-opener since Mitch King had a pair in 2007. Ott led the
team and tied for third in the Big Ten with 8.0 sacks in 2014. He
had two tackles, one sack (7 yards), and two quarterback hurries
against Pitt in 2014.
Ott in 3-2-1:
Has started 30 of the last 32 games at defensive end and is
tied for fourth in the Big Ten with three forced fumbles.
One of 11 players on Big Ten Players to Watch List.
Picked up a deflected punt against Nebraska in 2014 and
returned it 12 yards for his first career touchdown.

IOWA STATISTICS
NCAA
62nd
48th
T-16th
T-16th
T-8th
T-14th
60th
T-2nd

44th
70th
T-109th
T-34th
T-77th
T-39th
39th
20th
85th
T-55th
T-70th
T-42nd
43rd
T-36th
23rd
5th
62nd
T-21st
T-35th
39th
47th
35th
T-49th
18th
T-49th
T-13th
47th
T-7th
T-18th
21st
T-7th
30th
T-56th
T-20th
T-46th
T-69th
T-20th
T-43rd
21st
T-83rd
110th
T-44th

WR TEVAUN SMITH (SR., 6-2, 205)


Career Games Played/Starts: 39/17
Senior WR Tevaun Smith missed the first two Big Ten games
with a knee injury. He is out indefinitely. Smith recorded his first
career 100-yard receiving game in Week 4 against North Texas,
the same game he suffered the injury. Smith had four catches for a
career-high 115 yards, including a career-best 81-yard touchdown
reception, the longest reception in the Big Ten this season. His
1,172 career receiving yards rank 31st in program history.
Smith in 3-2-1:
His 19.6 yards per catch (12 for 235) would lead the Big Ten.
Nine of his 12 catches have resulted in a first down, including
two touchdowns (14, 81).
Has at least one reception in 17 straight games played.
WR MATT VANDEBERG (JR., 6-1, 185)
Career Games Played/Starts: 29/8
Junior WR Matt VandeBerg had more catches through the
first three games of the season (22) than any player in the Kirk
Ferentz era (since 1999). Kevin Kasper had 21 receptions through
the first three games of 2000, and Kevonte Martin-Manley, the
schools all-time leader in receptions, had 19 catches through
three games in 2013 and 2014.
VandeBerg in 3-2-1:
Leads Iowa and ties for fourth in the Big Ten with 33 receptions.
Has six or more receptions in four games this season. Career
best entering the season was five.
Set career highs with nine receptions and 114 receiving yards
in Iowas 31-17 win at Iowa State on Sept. 12.

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INSTANT REPLAY
Listed below are all the plays that have been
reviewed in an Iowa game in 2015.
Game (Rvs) Reviewed Play (Confirmed/Reversed)
Illinois State
No Reviews
Iowa State
3 Reviews (2/1)
Pittsburgh
3 Reviews (2/1)
North Texas
1 Review (1/0)
Wisconsin
1 Review (1/0)
Illinois

2 Reviews (2/0)
Northwestern
--Maryland
--Indiana

--Minnesota
--Purdue

--Nebraska
--

IOWA IN OVERTIME
Iowa holds a 6-3 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 2-2 in single overtime, 3-0 in double
overtime and 1-1 in triple overtime. Iowa is 2-1 in
overtime in Kinnick Stadium and 4-2 in overtime
road games. Following are Iowas overtime games:
Date Result OTs 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.
10/26/13 W, 17-10 Single vs. Northwestern

CONSECUTIVE GAMES, NOT SHUTOUT


School
Games
Last Shutout
Ohio State
258
Nov. 20, 1993

(28-0 at Michigan)
Nebraska
235
Sept. 21, 1996

(26-0 at Arizona State)
IOWA
174
Oct. 14, 2000

(31-0 at Illinois)
Michigan State
172
Oct. 21, 2000

(14-0 at Michigan)
Indiana
165
Oct. 14, 2000

(58-0 at Michigan)
Penn State
162
Oct. 6, 2001

(20-0 vs. Michigan)
Illinois
36
Oct. 13, 2012

(45-0 at Michigan)
Purdue
22
Nov. 2, 2013

(56-0 vs. Ohio State)
Michigan
16
Sept. 6, 2014
(31-0 at Notre Dame)
Rutgers
10
Nov. 1, 2014

(37-0 vs. Wisconsin)
Wisconsin
7
Dec. 6, 2014

(59-0 vs. Ohio State)
Maryland
1
Oct. 3, 2015

(28-0 vs. Michigan)
Minnesota
1
Oct. 3, 2015

(27-0 at Northwestern)
Northwestern
0
Oct. 10, 2015

(38-0 at Michgain)

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DE NATE MEIER (SR., 6-2, 252)
Career Games Played/Starts: 33/19
Senior Nate Meier shares the team lead and ties for sixth in the Big Ten with five sacks.
Meier entered 2015 with three career sacks. His 35 tackles rank fourth on the team.
Meier in 3-2-1:
Has not missed a start since the 2014 season opener (19 consecutive games).
Meier and fellow defensive end Drew Ott were two of seven true freshmen to see
action in 2012.
One of three Hawkeye defensive linemen to play 8-man football in high school (Drew
Ott, Nathan Bazata).
LB COLE FISHER (SR., 6-2, 236)
Career Games Played/Starts: 37/6
Senior LB Cole Fisher leads Iowa and ranks ninth in the Big Ten with 51 tackles. He has
started every game this season (his first six career starts).
Fisher in 3-2-1:
Has been Iowas leading tackler in four of six games (Illinois State, Pitt, North Texas,
and Wisconsin).
Recorded a career-high 14 tackles against Wisconsin in Iowas Big Ten opener.
Has 2.5 sacks, 4.5 tackles-for-loss, and one pass break-up. Entered senior season with
zero sacks, TFL, or break-ups.
TE JAKE DUZEY (SR., 6-4, 248)
Career Games Played/Starts: 39/13
Senior TE Jake Duzey returned from injury and played against North Texas and
Wisconsin, but he did not see the field against Illinois. Duzey suffered a knee injury in the
final week of spring practice and missed the first three games of his senior season.
Duzey in 3-2-1:
Three touchdown receptions in 2014 tied for the team lead (Damond Powell, Ray
Hamilton, Tevaun Smith).
Had 36 receptions in 2014, a single-season career high and tied for the second most
by a Big Ten tight end this season.
85-yard TD reception at Ohio State in 2013 is ninth longest scoring reception in school
history.
P DILLON KIDD (SR., 6-2, 215)
Senior P Dillon Kidd shared punting duties in 2014, averaging 38.5 yards per punt. In
near full-time duty in 2015 (Marshall Koehn has three of Iowas 26 punts) Kidd is averaging
46.1 yards on 22 punts.
Kidd in 3-2-1:
Ranks second in the Big Ten and 11th nationally averaging 46.1 yards per punt.
64-yard punt against Pitt is a career long.
Has nine punts of 50-plus yards, the fourth highest total in the Big Ten.
K MARSHALL KOEHN (SR., 6-0, 200)
Senior K Marshall Koehn has 22 touchbacks, the second highest total in the conference,
on 34 kickoffs (63 percent).
Koehn also dabbles in the punt game, rugby-style. He has three punts for an average
of 46.7 yards per punt. Two of his three punts have been downed inside the opponents
10-yard line.
He was named Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week following his game-winning
57-yard field goal against Pitt on Sept. 19.
Koehn in 3-2-1:
Has made 8-of-9 field goal attempts. Five-of-8 made field goals are from 40-plus yards,
while his lone miss was from 27 yards.
Hit a career-long 57 yard field goal as time expired to defeat Pitt, 27-24, on Sept. 19. It
is the second longest field goal in school history (Tim Douglas, 1998) and ties a Kinnick
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HAWKEYES UNDER FERENTZ
Overall...........................................................121-85
vs. ranked teams..............................................22-34
vs. unranked teams.........................................98-51
vs. Big Ten teams.............................................70-60
vs. Big Ten teams (home)................................40-22
vs. Big Ten teams (away).................................30-38
When rushing for 150 yards or more..............73-16
When rushing for 200 yards or more................46-6
When passing for 250 yards or more..............40-20
When passing for 300 yards or more................10-8
When Iowa player rushes for 100 yards..........69-24
When opponent has 100-yard rusher.............16-37
When opponent has 300-yard passer.............13-12
When scoring 30 points or more.......................64-7
When scoring 20 points or more.....................88-37
When opponent scores 25 points or more......13-54
When holding opponent to 10 pts or less.........46-1
When Iowa scores first....................................90-28
When Iowa leads at halftime...........................95-19
When Iowa trails at halftime...........................19-63
When game is tied at halftime............................6-3
When Iowa leads after 3 quarters...................99-15
When Iowa trails after 3 quarters....................14-66
When game is tied after 3 quarters.....................7-4
Games decided by 11 points or more.............69-30
Games decided by 10 points or less................41-45
Games decided by 7 points or less..................34-42
Games decided by 3 points or less..................17-28
When Iowa has a positive turnover margin....71-19
When opponent has a positive turnover margin....20-47
When the turnover margin is equal................29-18
When returning a punt/kickoff for a score..........9-6
Overtime games..................................................6-4
When temperature is 50 degrees or above.....87-63
When temperature is below 50 degrees.........31-20
When temperature is over 90 degrees................3-3
When raining:....................................................10-7

BIG TEN COACHING WINS



Coach, Team
Wins Seasons Years
1. Woody Hayes, OSU
153
28 1951-78
2. Bo Schembechler, MICH 143
21 1969-89
3. Amos Alonzo Stagg, CHI 115
37 1896-32
4. Hayden Fry, IOWA
96
20 1979-98
5. Joe Paterno, PSU
95
19 1993-11
6. Lloyd Carr, MICH
81
13 1995-07
7. Robert Zuppke, ILL
76
29 1913-41
8. Duffy Daugherty, MSU 72
19 1954-72
9. John Cooper
70
13 1988-00

Kirk Ferentz, IOWA
70
16 1999-pr.
11. George Perles, MSU
66
12 1983-94

Murray Warmath, MINN 66
18 1954-71

2015 IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP

This group helps formulate policies and enters into


team decision-making matters regarding the program.
OL Austin Blythe, Sr.
RB Jordan Canzeri, Sr.
DL Darian Cooper, Sr.
FB Adam Cox, Sr.
TE Jake Duzey, Sr.
WR Jacob Hillyer, Sr.
K
Marshall Koehn, Sr.
DB Jordan Lomax, Sr.
DE Nate Meier, Sr.
DE Drew Ott, Sr.
LB Travis Perry, Sr.
FB Macon Plewa, Sr.
WR Tevaun Smith, Sr.
QB C.J. Breathard, Jr.
RB LeShun Danies, Jr.
LB Josey Jewell, So.

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Stadium record (Lee Pistor, Arizona, 1977). He has kicked two of Iowas nine longest
field goals in school history -- both coming against Pitt (52 at Pitt in 2014 and 57 vs. Pitt
in 2015).
Has 119 career points. He is the 36th player in program history with 100 career points
and ranks 24th in career scoring.
THE KICK
Marshall Koehn kicked a 57-yard field goal as time expired to defeat Pitt, 27-24, on
Sept. 19. The game-winning field goal was the second longest in school history and tied
the Kinnick Stadium record (Arizonas Lee Pistor in 1977).
After Pitt tied the game, 24-24, with 0:52 left in the fourth quarter, Iowa DB Desmond
King picked up a squib kick at the 3-yard line and returned it 27 yards to the Iowa 30. QB
C.J. Beathard picked up two rushing first downs to move the ball into Pitt territory, and
after a pair of sideline routes to WR Tevaun Smith fell incomplete, Beathard scrambled
for eight yards to the Pitt 39-yard line. Iowa then used its final timeout to stop the clock
with two seconds left.
On fourth-and-2, Pitt called a timeout to freeze Koehn. Koehn let a kick sail anyway,
but it landed far short of the goal post. On the ensuing attempt, Dillon Kidd placed a snap
from Tyler Kluver on the Pitt 47-yard line, and Koehn split the uprights, giving Iowa its first
walk-off field goal since 1986 (Holiday Bowl).
THE DRIVE
Iowa put together a 99-yard scoring drive on its second possession of the season. It
was the Hawkeyes first 99-yard touchdown drive since 2002. Iowa passed six times and
rushed six times while converting five first downs on the drive. QB C.J. Beathard was 4-of6 passing for 63 yards. He also carried once for two yards. RB LeShun Daniels, Jr., carried
four times for 18 yards, and RB Jordan Canzeri took his first carry of the season five yards
into the end zone. Canzeri also had a 21-yard reception.
FIND THE NFL-ER
Since 1999, Kirk Ferentzs first year as UI head coach, the Hawkeyes have had a future
NFL player start on the offensive line in every season.
In each of the last eight years, an eventual NFL first-round draft pick started on the
offensive line. Brandon Scherff, selected by the Washington Redskins fifth overall in 2015,
was Iowas left tackle from 2012-14. Riley Reiff, selected 23rd overall by the Detroit Lions in
2012, started at left tackle from 2010-11. Bryan Bulaga, selected 23rd overall by the Green
Bay Packers in 2010, started at left guard in 2007 before moving to left tackle in 2008-09.
From 2005-06, Baltimore Ravens All-Pro Marshal Yanda shared time at tackle and guard
for the Hawkeyes. Mike Elgin, a seventh round selection of New England, was Iowas starting
center in 2004. Pete McMahon, drafted by Oakland in 2005, was Iowas right guard in 2003.
Oaklands first round pick in 2004, Robert Gallery, was Iowas left tackle from 2001-03. Eric
Steinbach (Cincinnati) started at guard for Iowa from 2000-02, and Bruce Nelson (Carolina)
was a four-year starter from 1999-02. Both players were second round draft picks in 2003.
OFFENSIVE-TACKLE-BY-COMMITTEE
The Hawkeyes have started three offensive tackles that entered the season with one
combined career start. Starting tackles LT Boone Myers and RT Ike Boettger entered 2015
with one combined career start (Boettger started as a second tight end against Wisconsin
in 2014), and after Myers was injured in Week 4, junior LT Cole Croston stepped into the
starting left tackle position against Wisconsin and Illinois. They are the first two starts of
Crostons career. Boettger left the Illinois game last week with an injury and was replaced
at right tackle by true freshman James Daniels.
Iowas offensive-tackle-by-committee is being asked to replace a pair of NFL lineman
-- 2014 Outland Trophy winner LT Brandon Scherff (Washington Redskins) and RT Andrew
Donnal (St. Louis Rams).
Myers joined the program as a walk-on and was put on scholarship prior to the 2014
season. He saw action in four games last season. Boettger joined the team as a tight end
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2015 FOOTBALL HONORS


Brian Ferentz
CoachingSearch.com Offensive Line Coach of the Week vs. Illinois
C.J. Beathard
Co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Iowa State
Manning Award Quarterback of the Week vs. Iowa State
Austin Blythe
Outland Trophy Preseason Watch List
Rimington Trophy Preseason Watch List
Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports
Preseason third team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness
Jordan Canzeri
Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs. Illinois
College Sports Madness Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs.
Illinois
College Sports Madness Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs.
North Texas
Doak Walker Award Preseason Watch List
College Sports Madness Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week vs.
North Texas
Jake Duzey
Mackey Award Preseason Watch List
Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Desmond King
Jim Thorpe Player of the Week vs. Wisconsin
Big Ten Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week vs. Wisconsin
Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness
Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports
Marshall Koehn
Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Pittsburgh
Jordan Lomax
Lott IMPACT Trophy preseason Watch List
Allstate AFCA Good Works Team
Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports
Preseason fourth team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Drew Ott
Named to Big Ten West Division Players to Watch List
Bronko Nagurski Trophy Preseason Watch List
Preseason second team All-Big Ten by College Sports Madness
Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports
Preseason second team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Tevaun Smith
Preseason third team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele
Jordan Walsh
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but was moved to offensive line in 2013. He saw action in seven games
as a redshirt freshman in 2014. Croston joined the team as a walk-on in
2012, and had played primarily on special teams prior to this season.
Daniels was a highly recruited senior at Harding High School in Warren,
Ohio. He joined the program for the 2015 spring practice season.
PAULSENS ARE A FAMILIAR FACE
Freshmen Landan and Levi Paulsen are the sixth set of twins to
play football at the University of Iowa. The offensive linemen from
Woodbury High School in Northwest Iowa join the company of Leo and
Lloyd Jensvold (1929-30), Harold and Herbert Shoener (1946-47), Kent
and Kevin Ellis (1977-80), Aaron and Evan Kooiker (1992), and Shane
and Shaun Prater (2008).
The Paulsens are one of three sets of brothers on Iowas 2015 roster,
joining DB Kevin Ward and OL Ryan Ward, and OL James Daniels and
RB LeShun Daniels.
GLANCE AT THE SCHEDULE
For the first time in program history Iowa plays more than one
night game at Kinnick Stadium. Iowa defeated Pitt, 27-24, in a BTN
primetime game Sept. 19. The Hawkeyes host Minnesota on Nov.
14 at 7 p.m. (CT) on BTN.
The Hawkeyes defeated Illinois State, 31-14, in the season opener.
The Redbirds lost to North Dakota State in the 2014 FCS title game.
Iowa opens the 2016 season hosting North Dakota State.
Iowa will face Maryland on Oct. 31 in Iowa City. It marks Marylands
first football game in Iowa City. It also marks the 16th time in Iowa
program history the Hawkeyes play on Halloween (6-8-1).
The Hawkeyes do not face Big Ten opponents Michigan, Michigan
State, Ohio State, Penn State, and Rutgers.
Iowa has four trophy games on its schedule in 2015: Iowa State
(Cy-Hawk: W, 31-17), Wisconsin (Heartland; W, 10-6), Minnesota
(Floyd of Rosedale), and Nebraska (Heroes).
FERENTZ SECOND IN LONGEVITY
Kirk Ferentz is in his 17th season as Iowas head football coach and
ranks second in longevity among FBS head coaches. Ferentz is first
among Big Ten coaches and nationally ranks behind Virginia Techs Frank
Beamer (28). Ferentz is tied for second with Bob Stoops of Oklahoma.
HAWKEYE HISTORY
Iowa has played 1,199 games since beginning football in 1889.
Iowas overall record is 619-541-39 (.533). That includes a 390-213-16
(.641) record in home games, a 229-328-23 (.413) record in games
away from Iowa City, a 308-366-25 (.457) mark in Big Ten games and
a 273-177-15 (.600) record in Kinnick Stadium.
HOME GROWN HAWKEYES
Iowas roster of 114 players includes 49 players from Iowa. The
roster includes 14 players from Illinois; nine from Texas; seven from
Maryland; six from Missouri, five from Ohio; four from Michigan;
three from Florida, Nebraska, and New Jersey; two from South Dakota,
Wisconsin, and Canada; one from Alabama, Minnesota, New York,
Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

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IOWA CAREER RECEIVING YARDS

Name
Yards TDs
Years
1. Marvin McNutt, Jr.
2,861 28 2008-11
2. D. Johnson-Koulianos 2,616 17 2007-10
3. Tim Dwight
2,271 21 1994-97
4. Danan Hughes
2,216 21 1989-92
5. Ronnie Harmon
2,045 10 1982-85
-------------------------------------------------------------------24. Keith Chappelle
1,377 9
1978-80
25. Kerry Reardon
1,361 11 1968-70
26. Dallas Clark
1,281 8
2001-02
27. Bill Schultz
1,272 9
197.-76
28. Scott Slutzker
1,261 5
1992-95
29. Alan Cross
1,259 8
1989-92
30. Mike Flagg
1,187 13 1984-87
31. Tevaun Smith
1,172 5
2012-

IOWA CAREER RUSHING


Name
Att-Yards
TDs
Years
1. Sedrick Shaw
837-4,156 33 1993-96
2. Ladell Betts
831-3,686 25 1998-01
3. Albert Young
660-3,173 23 2004-07
4. Tavian Banks
505-2,977 33 1994-97
5. Fred Russell
514-2,760 17 2001-13
6. Tony Stewart
532-2,562 17 1987-90
7. Owen Gill
489-2,556 22 1981-84
8. Ronnie Harmon 443-2,271 22 1982-85
9. Eddie Phillips
465-2,177 19 1980-83
10. Dennis Mosley 458-2,133 14 1976-79
11. Shonn Greene
347-2,107 19 05-06, 08
12. Marcus Coker
395-2,006 18 2010-11
-------------------------------------------------------------------11. Eddie Phillips
465-2,177 19 1980-83
12. Dennis Mosley 458-2,133 14 1976-79
13. Marcus Coker
395-2,006 18 2010-11
14. Levi Mitchell
425-1,927 10 1969-71
15. Jordan Canzeri 339-1,786 11
2011-

IOWA CAREER SCORING



1.
2.
3.
17.
18.
19.

21.
22.
23.
24.

Name
Nate Kaeding
Mike Meyer
Rob Houghtlin
Albert Young
Mike Saunders
Nick Bell
Owen Gill
Danan Hughes
George Rice
Eddie Phillips
Marshall Koehn

Pts. TD-PAT-FG Years


373 1-166-67 00-03
324 0-141-61 10-13
290 0-128-54 85-87
150
25-0-0 2004-07
144
24-0-0 1988-91
132
22-0-0 1988-90
132
22-0-0 1981-84
128
21-1-0 1989-92
126
21-0-0 1951-53
120
20-0-0 1980-83
119 0-59-20
2012-

2015 ANNIVERSARIES
25 YEARS
1990 team posted an 8-4 overall record and 6-2
league mark to tie for first place in the Big Ten an
earn a Rose Bowl appearance
30 YEARS
1985 team registered a 10-2 overall record and 7-1
league mark winning the Big Ten championship and
compete in the Rose Bowl
55 YEARS
1960 team recorded an 8-1 overall record and 5-1
first place record in the Big Ten.

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IOWA PROGRAM NOTES
The Hawkeyes have earned bowl eligibility in 14 of the last 15 seasons.
Iowa earned Big Ten Conference championships in 2002 and 2004 and placed second
in 2009. Iowa (8-0, 2002) is one of four 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 four times since 2002, 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.
Since 1936 when the first AP poll was released, Iowa has appeared the poll 299 times,
the fifth highest total in the Big Ten (Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, MSU). Iowa has
been the top-ranked team in the country 11 times.
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.
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 Michigans Bo
Schembechler (four), Iowas Hayden Fry (three) and Penn States 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 OBrien, 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); Brandon Scherff (2014
Outland, Top Lineman).
Iowas 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 7740-4 (.652) during the 1980s and the Hawkeyes were 62-53-2 (.538) in the 1990s.
Part of the Hawkeyes long term success is due to the stability in the program. 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 17th season. Ferentz also served
as Iowas offensive line coach from 1981-89 under Fry.
AMONG THE BEST IN THE BIG TEN
Iowa has posted a 6-6 bowl record under head coach Kirk Ferentz. Since the 2001
season, only Ohio State has won more bowl games (including the FBS championship game),
than Iowa. Following is the record for Big Ten teams in bowl games since 2001:

Team Record
Pct. Team Record
Pct.
Ohio State
7-6
.538

Wisconsin
5-8
.385
IOWA
6-6 .500

Purdue
3-5
.375
Rutgers
6-3
.667

Michigan
3-8
.273
Penn State 6-5 .545
Illinois
2-3 .400
Maryland
5-4
.555

Northwestern 1-6
.143
Michigan State 5-5
.500

Minnesota
3-7
.300
Nebraska
5-7
.417

Indiana
0-1
.000
IOWA AMONG TOP 25 IN WINS, 2002-15
Iowa has posted 110 wins since the start of the 2002 season, tied for the 20th highest
total in FBS. The list includes the following: Boise State (153); Ohio State (148); Oklahoma
(141); USC (138); LSU (139); Georgia (132); Alabama (132); TCU (132); Oregon (129); Texas
(128); Florida State (129); Virginia Tech (126); Wisconsin (126); Florida (123); Auburn (120);
West Virginia (117); Utah (117); Virginia (112); Nebraska (112); Iowa (110); Miami, FL (108);
Texas Tech (108); Michigan (107).
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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, 22 Hawkeyes have
been selected in the NFL Draft.
Today, 32 Hawkeyes are on active NFL rosters.
Former Hawkeye, Current NFL Team
Jonathan Babineaux, Atlanta Falcons
Bryan Bulaga, Green Bay Packers
Scott Chandler, New England Patriots
Adrian Clayborn, Atlanta Falcons
Colin Cole, Carolina Panthers
Mike Daniels, Green Bay Packers
Carl Davis, Baltimore Ravens
Andrew Donnal, St. Louis Rams
James Ferentz, Denver Broncos
CJ Fiedorowicz, Houston Texans
Bradley Fletcher, New England Patriots
Adam Gettis, New York Giants (PS)
Charles Godfrey, Atlanta Falcons
Chad Greenway, Minnesota Vikings
Ray Hamilton, Pittsburgh Steelers (IR)
Anthony Hitchens, Dallas Cowboys
Micah Hyde, Green Bay Packers
Christian Kirksey, Cleveland Browns
Karl Klug, Tennessee Titans
Tony Moeaki, Atlanta Falcons
James Morris, New York Giants (PS)
Brandon Myers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Shawn Prater, Indianapolis Colts
Damond Powell, Arizona Cardinals (NFIL)
Riley Reiff, Detroit Lions
Allen Reisner, Baltimore Ravens (IR)
Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins
Ricky Stanzi, Detroit Lions (PS)
Matt Tobin, Philadelphia Eagles
Louis Trinca-Pasat, St. Louis Rams (PS)
Julian Vandervelde, Philadelphia
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens

CAPTAINS BY WEEK
Illinois State
Beathard, Blythe, Lomax, Ott
Iowa State
Beathard, Blythe, Lomax, Ott
Pittsburgh
Beathard, Blythe, Lomax, Ott
North Texas
Beathard, Blythe, Lomax, Ott
Wisconsin
Beathard, Blythe, Lomax, Ott
Illinois
Beathard, Blythe, Lomas, Ott _
Northwestern
Maryland

Indiana

Minnesota
Purdue

Nebraska

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IOWA FOOTBALL AND THE NFL
There are 32 Hawkeyes currently active in the NFL.
Five Iowa graduates are active offensive tackles in the NFL, more than any other school
(Virginia also has five).
At least one Iowa Hawkeye has been selected in every NFL Draft since 1978.
Kirk Ferentz has produced seven first-round draft picks, tied for ninth most among active college coaches.
Since 2011, Iowa has had 22 players drafted in the NFL. Among Big Ten teams, only
Ohio State matches Iowas NFL total. Iowa has had five first round picks in the last six
NFL drafts, tying Wisconsin (5) for the league lead.
Iowa had 22 players drafted from 2010-15, including four first round picks (OL Bryan
Bulaga, 2010; DE Adrian Clayborn, 2011; OL Riley Reiff, 2012; OL Brandon Scherff, 2015).
Iowa and Alabama were the only two college football programs to have a first round
draft selection following the 2009, 2010 and 2011 seasons.
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.
Former Hawkeye Marshal Yanda (Baltimore OL) is a four-time Pro-Bowler (2011-14)
and was named NFL All-Pro in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
In NFL 2011 regular season statistics, former Hawkeye linebackers Chad Greenway
(Minnesota) and Pat Angerer (Indianapolis) finished third and fourth, respectively, in
tackles. Greenway was named to the Pro Bowl in 2012 and 2013.
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 fourth year as Iowas offensive line coach, was New Englands tight ends coach.
Former Iowa DB Sean Considine and OL Marshal Yanda won Super Bowl rings with the
2012 Baltimore Ravens in the 2013 Super Bowl.
Former Iowa LB James Morris (injured reserve) earned a Super Bowl ring with the New
England Patriots in 2015. Former TE Tony Moeaki played for the Seattle Seahawks in
the same game.
Every Iowa senior starting tight end (11) under Kirk Ferentz has been drafted in the NFL
or made an NFL team in his first year as a rookie (including 2015 rookie Ray Hamilton).
All 11 members of Iowas starting defensive unit in 2008 were either drafted or signed
to NFL free agent contracts following the drafts.
Over the past 13 years, 123-of-137 (90 percent) of Iowas senior starters have been
drafted in the NFL or signed NFL free agent contracts.
IOWA BOWL NOTES
Iowa has appeared in 28 bowl games with a record of 14-13-1 (.518). The Hawkeyes
have competed in the Rose (five times), Outback (four), Alamo (four), Holiday (three),
Orange (two), Peach (two), Sun (two), Insight (two), Gator/TaxSlayer (two), and the Capital
One, and Freedom bowls once.
Iowa has played 12 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz (6-6).
Iowa has been bowl eligible 14 of the last 15 seasons under head coach Kirk Ferentz
and his staff.
Iowa ranks third in Big Ten bowl appearances. Ohio State has received a conferencebest 45 bowl bids, followed by Michigan (43), Iowa (28) and Wisconsin (26).
During the BCS bowl era (1998-2013), the Big Ten qualified 27 teams for BCS bowls,
more than any other conference. Eight different Big Ten programs played in BCS bowl
games, including two appearances by Iowa (1-1).
For just the second time in league history, 10 Big Ten Conference teams competed in
bowl games in 2014 (2011). Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoff,
while Michigan State won the Cotton Bowl, another College Football Playoff bowl.

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IOWA LAST TEAM TO ALLOW RUSHING TOUCHDOWN


Iowa allowed a rushing touchdown for the first time this season
in Week 6 against Illinois. Boston College and Florida State are the
only other two schools in the country to allow only a single rushing
touchdown. The Hawkeyes yield an average of 78.0 rushing yards
per game, second best in the Big Ten and fifth nationally.
Iowa limits its opponents to 2.5 yards per carry (185 attempts,
468 yards), fourth best in the country.
Iowa has held five of six opponents to under 100 yards rushing.
Against Illinois in Week 6, the Hawkeye rush defense was led by DT
Jaleel Johnson and DT Nathan Bazata. Johnson made a career-high
six tackles, and Bazata matched his career best with four tackles.
Both players had a quarterback sack.
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 6:30 p.m. from Carlos
OKellys in Iowa City.
IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP
The University of Iowa football program has 16 players on its
2015 Leadership Group, including 13 seniors, two juniors, and one
sophomore. The purpose of the group is to assist in formulating
policies, and being involved in team decision-making matters
regarding the upcoming season. Players are selected by a team
vote.
The seniors are OL Austin Blythe, RB Jordan Canzeri, DL Darian
Cooper, FB Adam Cox, TE Jake Duzey, WR Jacob Hillyer, PK Marshall
Koehn, DB Jordan Lomax, DE Nate Meier, DE Drew Ott, LB Travis
Perry, FB Macon Plewa and WR Tevaun Smith. The junior class is
represented by QB C.J. Beathard and RB LeShun Daniels, Jr., and
LB Josey Jewell represents the sophomore class.
ALL IN THE FAMILY
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz has two of his three sons involved in the
Iowa program again in 2015. Brian, a former Hawkeye letterman
and captain (2003-05), is in his fourth season as Iowas offensive line
coach. Steven is an offensive lineman who is in his fourth season
as a redshirt junior. James Ferentz was a three-year starter on the
Hawkeye offensive line and a team captain before graduating in
May 2013. He is currently playing for the NFLs Denver Broncos.
Ferentz is the only FBS coach ever to coach three sons at the same
school.
MORE THAN ONE
Eleven high schools have contributed more than one player to
the current Iowa football roster. Dowling Catholic HS in West Des
Moines, Iowa; and Providence Catholic HS in Homer Glen, Illinois
each graduated three current Hawkeyes. The schools with two
current Hawkeyes include DeMatha Catholic HS (Washington, D.C.),
Harding HS (Warren, Ohio), Regina HS (Iowa City, Iowa), Solon HS
(Solon, Iowa), Waukee HS (Waukee, Iowa), West Branch HS (West
Branch, Iowa), West Lyon HS (Inwood, Iowa), Williamsburg HS
(Williamsburg, Iowa), and Woodbury Central HS (Moville, Iowa).

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THE HAWKEYES, SIZE WISE


Redshirt freshman WR Brandon Bishop and freshman WR
Emmanuel Ogwo are the lightest Hawkeye players at 170 pounds.
Junior DL Jaleel Johnson is the heaviest at 310 pounds. A total of
seven Hawkeye players are listed at 300 pounds or more.
The tallest player at 6-8 is redshirt freshman DE Matt Nelson.
The shortest player, at 5-8, is sophomore WR Jonathan Parker.
The average Hawkeye player is 6-2 and weighs 232 pounds.
That is the one inch taller and two pounds heavier than the average
Iowa player in 2013.
FATHERS FOOTSTEPS
Iowa has nine players on its 2015 roster whose father played
for the Hawkeyes. WR Brandon Bishop (Willie in 1986), QB Drew
Cook (Marv in 1985-88), 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), WR Anthony Nelson (Jeff in
1990-92), TE Peter Pekar (Jim in 1980-81), and QB Ryan Schmidt
(Rick 1984-85).
PURCHASE TICKETS
Tickets remain for all three Iowa home games. Tickets can be
ordered online at hawkeyesports.com, by calling 1-800-IAHAWKS,
or in person at the UI athletics ticket office located in CarverHawkeye Arena.
BEATHARD EARNS NATIONAL MANNING AWARD
Junior quarterback C.J. Beathard was selected as the Manning
Award Quarterback of the Week following his play in Iowas 31-17
win at Iowa State. He earned the honor over seven other Manning
Award Stars of the Week in the Allstate Sugar Bowls Facebook
contest.
In his third career start, the Franklin, Tennessee, native
completed 15-of-25 passes for 215 yards and three touchdowns
as the Hawkeyes scored 21 unanswered points in the second half
to earn the road victory. His 25-yard touchdown pass to junior WR
Riley McCarron in the fourth quarter gave the Hawkeyes the lead
with 2:14 left in the game. Beathard also carried the ball a career
high 10 times for 77 yards, showcasing his athleticism on runs of
44 and 57 yards in the first half. He was also named the Big Ten
Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week.
Beathard earned the award over Washington States Luke Falk,
who completed 47-of-66 passes for 478 yards and four touchdowns
in a 37-34 win at Rutgers. Third in the voting was Paxton Lynch from
Memphis, who led the Tigers to a 55-23 win at Kansas to snap a
19-game losing streak against power-five teams.
Each week during the regular season, eight quarterbacks are
recognized as Manning Quarterbacks of the Week. Sixty-two players
from 58 different schools were honored during the 2014 season.

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BEATHARD EARNS WEEKLY HONOR


Junior quarterback C.J. Beathard was named co-Offensive Player
of the Week by the Big Ten after leading Iowa to a 31-17 win at Iowa
State on Sept. 15. He completed 15-of-25 attempts for 215 yards
and three touchdowns with no interceptions. He also rushed 10
times for 77 yards, including runs of 44 and 57 yards. His scoring
strikes covered three, 14, and 25 yards, with the 25-yard score
giving Iowa the lead with 2:14 remaining in the fourth quarter.
The Big Ten weekly honor was the first for Beathard. He is the
first Hawkeyes to win the offensive honor since former WR Marvin
McNutt, Jr., following a win over Indiana in 2011.
KOEHN EARNS BIG TEN HONOR
Senior K Marshall Koehn was named Big Ten Conference Special
Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Iowas 27-24 win
over Pittsburgh on Sept. 19.
The Big Ten honor is the first for Koehn (6-foot, 200-pounds), a
senior from Solon, Iowa (Solon HS). He is one of two Hawkeyes to
earn a weekly conference honor this season (QB C.J. Beathard vs.
Iowa State). He is the first Iowa kicker to earn the special teams
award since Mike Meyer was recognized following a 19-16 double
overtime win at Michigan State in 2012.
Koehn delivered the winning margin against Pittsburgh as he
booted a 57-yard field goal as time expired. The kick tied the Kinnick
Stadium record for longest field goal (Lee Pistor, Arizona, 1977) and
ranks as the second longest in Iowa history (58 yards, Tim Douglas
at Illinois, 1998). With a 52-yard kick in the 24-20 win at Pittsburgh
in 2014, Koehn now has two of the nine longest field goals in Iowa
history. It was the first walk-off field goal for Iowa football since
Rob Houghtlin connected from 41 yards to win the 1986 Holiday
Bowl.
KING EARNS TWO WEEKLY HONORS
Junior DB Desmond King was named Big Ten Conference CoDefensive Player of the Week for his performance in Iowas 10-6
win at Wisconsin on Oct. 3. He was also named the Jim Thorpe
national Player of the Week.
The Big Ten honor is the second for King. He was also recognized
on Oct. 21, 2013, after recording 12 in a 34-24 loss at No. 3 Ohio
State.
King led Iowas defensive effort in the win at Wisconsin as the
Hawkeye defense held the Badgers to two field goals in snapping
Wisconsins 10-game home winning streak. Kings first interception,
and 15-yard return, led to the only touchdown in the game as Iowa
took a 7-3 advantage. He recorded his second interception at the
Iowa 11-yard line to stop Wisconsins opening drive of the third
quarter.
King also had five solo tackles, four assists and two pass breakups against the Badgers. On special teams, King had three kick
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HAWKEYES GETTING HELMET STICKERS


Iowa football has been recognized in three of the past four
weeks on ESPNs College Football Final, with hosts Joe Tessitore and
Joey Galloway. Former Hawkeye defensive back Brett Greenwood
earned a helmet sticker after leading serving as Honorary Captain
and leading the Hawkeyes on the field prior to the 27-24 win over
Pittsburgh. Junior defensive back Desmond King was awarded a
sticker for his play in Iowas win at Wisconsin, and senior running
back Jordan Canzeri was recognized this past Saturday after rushing
43 times for 256 yards in a 29-20 win over Illinois.
JOE MOORE AWARD COMES KNOCKING
Iowas offensive line earned a Game Ball from the Joe Moore
Award following wins at Iowa State and against Pitt. The Joe Moore
Foundation for Teamwork honors the most notable performances
each week by offensive line units.
At Iowa State, Iowas offense rushed for 260 yards, averaging
5.8 yards per rushing attempt. Iowa controlled the fourth quarter
with 10:55 in possession time, scoring two touchdowns in the final
2:14 to earn the road win.
Against Pitt, the Hawkeyes owned more than a five minute
advantage in time of possession and allowed just one sack, allowing
QB C.J. Beathard to throw for then-career bests in completions
(27), attempts (40), and yards (258).
Iowas starting offensive line includes center Austin Blythe,
tackles Boone Myers and Ike Boettger, and guards Sean Welsh
and Jordan Walsh. Blythe and Walsh are seniors, while Myers,
Boettger and Welsh are sophomores. True freshman James Daniels
has rotated in at the guard positions.
The Joe Moore Award is named after Joe Moore, widely
regarded as one of the best offensive line coaches in college football
history, and is the only major college football award to honor a
unit.

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28 Bowl Games

Season Statistics

11 Big Ten Championships


Date
Opponent
Score
Sept. 5
Illinois State
W, 31-14
Sept. 12
at Iowa State
W, 31-17
Sept. 19
Pittsburgh
W, 27-24
Sept. 26
North Texas
W, 62-16
Oct. 3
at #18/19 Wisconsin
W, 10-6
Oct. 10
Illinois
W, 29-20
Oct. 17
at Northwestern
Oct. 31
Maryland
Nov. 7
at Indiana
Nov. 14
Minnesota
Nov. 21
Purdue
Nov. 27
at Nebraska

Canzeri, Jordan
King, Desmond
VandeBerg, Matt
Smith, Tevaun
Daniels, LeShun
Beathard, C.J.
Krieger-Coble,H
Smith, Jerminic
Hillyer, Jacob
Kittle, George
Bower, Bo
Mitchell, D.
McCarron, Riley
Wadley, Akrum
Jewell, Josey
Koehn, Marshall
Joly, Marcel
Outsey, Jameer
Plewa, Macon
Cox, Adam
Wiegers, Tyler
Parker, J.
Team
Total
Opponents

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

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees


Time
2:55
3:15
3:05
3:18
3:15
3:29

Attend
59,450
61,500
63,636
56,041
80,933
66,693

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IOWA Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games

* -- Big Ten Conference game

ALL
PURPOSE YARDS
All Purpose
g rush

22 Consensus All-Americans

rcv

6 697 174
6
0
0
6
0 313
4
0 235
5 226
0
6 192
0
6
0 137
6
0 118
6
0 112
6
0
91
6
0
0
3
52
4
6
0
51
3
35
0
6
0
0
6
25
0
2
13
0
6
0
10
6
0
3
6
0
1
2
-8
0
3 -12
0
5 -13
0
6 1207 1249
6 468 1394

pr

0
157
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
157
99

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kr

0
270
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
270
276

ir

total avg/g

0 871 145.2
26 453 75.5
0 313 52.2
0 235 58.8
0 226 45.2
0 192 32.0
0 137 22.8
0 118 19.7
0 112 18.7
0
91 15.2
88
88 14.7
0
56 18.7
0
51 8.5
0
35 11.7
34
34 5.7
0
25 4.2
0
13 6.5
0
10 1.7
0
3 0.5
0
1 0.2
0
-8 -4.0
0 -12 -4.0
0 -13 -2.6
148 3031 505.2
27 2264 377.3

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IOWA Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games

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

1st 2nd

3rd

4th

OT

33
13

34
22

51
28

0
0

72
34

Total
190
97

IOWA

OPP

190
31.7
43
126
68
50
8
1207
1354
147
252
4.8
201.2
13
1249
101-164-2
7.6
12.4
208.2
9
2456
416
5.9
409.3
12-270
10-157
8-148
22.5
15.7
18.5
7-5
32-309
51.5
26-1154
44.4
37.5
36-2278
63.3
40.3
32:34
35/81
43%
5/8
62%
19-138
0
24
8-9
0-0
(20-24) 83%
(16-24) 67%
(22-24) 92%
245820
4/61455

97
16.2
27
110
32
64
14
468
640
172
185
2.5
78.0
1
1394
119-217-8
6.4
11.7
232.3
8
1862
402
4.6
310.3
14-276
7-99
2-27
19.7
14.1
13.5
7-4
30-287
47.8
34-1395
41.0
35.8
25-1591
63.6
39.8
27:26
31/90
34%
4/10
40%
10-76
0
10
9-11
0-0
(9-13) 69%
(6-13) 46%
(10-10) 100%
142433
2/71216
0/0

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IOWA Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games

Rushing

Canzeri, Jordan
Daniels, LeShun
Beathard, C.J.
Mitchell, D.
Wadley, Akrum
Koehn, Marshall
Joly, Marcel
Wiegers, Tyler
Parker, J.
Team
Total
Opponents
Passing

Beathard, C.J.
Wiegers, Tyler
Total
Opponents
Receiving

VandeBerg, Matt
Canzeri, Jordan
Krieger-Coble,H
Smith, Tevaun
Hillyer, Jacob
Kittle, George
Smith, Jerminic
McCarron, Riley
Outsey, Jameer
Mitchell, D.
Plewa, Macon
Cox, Adam
Stone, Andrew
Total
Opponents

gp

att

gain loss

net avg td

6 132 725 28 697 5.3 9


5 52 230
4 226 4.3 0
6 41 260 68 192 4.7 3
3
7
66 14
52 7.4 0
3
8
35
0
35 4.4 1
6
2
25
0
25 12.5 0
2
2
13
0
13 6.5 0
2
1
0
8
-8 -8.0 0
3
1
0 12 -12 -12.0 0
5
6
0 13 -13 -2.2 0
6 252 1354 147 1207 4.8 13
6 185 640 172 468 2.5 1
gp

6
2
6
6
gp

effic comp-att-int

pct

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

King, Desmond
Total
Opponents

10
10
7

157 15.7
157 15.7
99 14.1

38
38
28

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

lg

26
0
34
88
148
27

15
0
34
88
88
23

yds td

141.22 99-162-2 61.1 1239


142.00
2-2-0
100.0
10
141.23 101-164-2 61.6 1249
113.59 119-217-8 54.8 1394
no.

lg avg/g

75
27
57
45
13
17
8
0
0
0
75
28

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

6 33 313
6 16 174
6 15 137
4 12 235
6
6 112
6
6
91
6
4 118
6
4
51
6
1
10
3
1
4
6
1
3
6
1
1
4
1
0
6 101 1249
6 119 1394

9.5
10.9
9.1
19.6
18.7
15.2
29.5
12.8
10.0
4.0
3.0
1.0
0.0
12.4
11.7

2
1
0
2
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
9
8

48
51
29
81
32
43
49
25
10
4
3
1
0
81
53

52.2
29.0
22.8
58.8
18.7
15.2
19.7
8.5
1.7
1.3
0.5
0.2
0.0
208.2
232.3

9
0
9
8

116.2
45.2
32.0
17.3
11.7
4.2
6.5
-4.0
-4.0
-2.6
201.2
78.0
lg avg/g

81 206.5
10 5.0
81 208.2
53 232.3

King, Desmond
Mabin, Greg
Jewell, Josey
Bower, Bo
Total
Opponents

5
1
1
1
8
2

5.2
0.0
34.0
88.0
18.5
13.5

0
0
1

0
0
1
1
2
0

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

King, Desmond
Total
Opponents

12
12
14

270 22.5
270 22.5
276 19.7

0
0
0

40
40
30

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Total
Opponents

0
0

0 0.0
0 0.0

0
0

0
0

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL


IOWA Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games

Scoring

td

Canzeri, Jordan
Koehn, Marshall
Kittle, George
Beathard, C.J.
Smith, Tevaun
VandeBerg, Matt
Wadley, Akrum
Bower, Bo
McCarron, Riley
Jewell, Josey
Recinos, Miguel
Total
Opponents

10 - 8-9
3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 - 24 8-9
10 9-11

Field Goals

fg

Koehn, Marshall

8-9

fg

kick

20-22
2-2
22-24
10-10

PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

88.9 1-1

0-1

2-2

4-4

FG Sequence

IOWA

Opponents

Illinois State
Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
Wisconsin
Illinois

(40)
(49)
(43),(57)
27,(33)
(19),(34),(40)

50
(37)
(48)
(38),(38),(31)
(46),42,(46)
(37),(40)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

1-1

pts

- 60
- 44
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
6
6
6
6
2
- 190
- 97

Total Offense

g plays

Beathard, C.J.
Canzeri, Jordan
Daniels, LeShun
Mitchell, D.
Wadley, Akrum
Koehn, Marshall
Joly, Marcel
Wiegers, Tyler
Parker, J.
Team
Total
Opponents

6
6
5
3
3
6
2
2
3
5
6
6

rush pass

total avg/g

203 192 1239 1431 238.5


132 697
0 697 116.2
52 226
0 226 45.2
7
52
0
52 17.3
8
35
0
35 11.7
2
25
0
25 4.2
2
13
0
13 6.5
3
-8
10
2 1.0
1 -12
0 -12 -4.0
6 -13
0 -13 -2.6
416 1207 1249 2456 409.3
402 468 1394 1862 310.3

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

57

Kidd, Dillon
Koehn, Marshall
Team
Total
Opponents

22 1014
3 140
1
0
26 1154
34 1395

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

Koehn, Marshall
Recinos, Miguel
Total
Opponents

34 2155
2 123
36 2278
25 1591

46.1
46.7
0.0
44.4
41.0

64
64
0
64
59

63.4 22
61.5 0
63.3 22
63.6 13

4 7 7 9
0 0 2 1
0 0 0 0
4 7 9 10
1 11 12 4

1
0
0
1
0

net ydln

0
0
0 19.7 40.3
0 22.5 39.8

24
25

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL


IOWA Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games

#
36
43
27
34
14
13
19
44
67
99
40
95
28
37
12
96
15
39
7
56
26
31
61
49
45
80
41
92
89
30
83

Defensive Leaders

Fisher, Cole
Jewell, Josey
Lomax, Jordan
Meier, Nate
King, Desmond
Mabin, Greg
Taylor, Miles
Niemann, Ben
Johnson, Jaleel
Bazata, Nathan
Hesse, Parker
Ott, Drew
Fleming, M.
Snyder, Brandon
Gair, Anthony
Nelson, Matt
Jackson, Joshua
Perry, Travis
Draper, Sean
Ekakitie, Faith
Ward, Kevin
Mends, Aaron
Terlouw, Kyle
Spears, Melvin
Kulick, Drake
Krieger-Coble,H
Bower, Bo
Outsey, Jameer
VandeBerg, Matt
Gervase, Jake
McCarron, Riley
Total
Opponents

gp

ua

Tackles
a
tot

6
22
29
6
21
29
6
18
22
6
13
22
6
22
9
6
15
8
6
14
9
6
9
13
6
10
12
6
9
10
6
7
8
6
8
3
6
5
4
6
3
4
6
4
3
5
3
2
6
5
.
6
2
3
5
2
2
5
.
3
6
3
.
6
1
2
5
2
1
2
2
.
5
1
.
6
1
.
6
.
1
6
1
.
6
1
.
3
.
1
6
1
.
6 205 200
6 237 210

51
50
40
35
31
23
23
22
22
19
15
11
9
7
7
5
5
5
4
3
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
405
447

tfl/yds

Sacks
no-yds

4.5-23
1.5-3
0.5-1
6.5-36
1.0-5
0.5-1
.
6.0-18
2.0-13
3.0-10
1.0-2
7.5-57
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1.0-5
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
35-174
30-132

2.5-22
.
.
5.0-32
.
.
.
2.5-13
2.0-13
1.0-6
1.0-2
5.0-50
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
19-138
10-76

Pass defense
Fumbles
blkd
int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds
ff kick

.
1-34
.
.
5-26
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-88
.
.
.
.
8-148
2-27

1
1
3
1
5
4
1
1
.
.
.
.
4
.
.
.
1
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
23
8

3
.
.
6
.
.
.
1
4
1
1
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
19
20

.
1-0
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
4-0
5-0

.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
3
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
5
6

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

saf

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

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL


IOWA Red-Zone Results (as of Oct 10, 2015)
All games
IOWA Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Date

Opponent

Sep 05, 2015


Sep 12, 2015
Sep 19, 2015
Sep 26, 2015
Oct 03, 2015
Oct 10, 2015

ILLINOIS STATE
at Iowa State
PITTSBURGH
NORTH TEXAS
at Wisconsin
ILLINOIS
Totals
20 of 24 (83.3%)

Score
W
W
W
W
W
W

31-14
31-17
27-24
62-16
10-6
29-20

Times Times
In RZ Scored

5
3
3
5
4
4
24

5
2
3
5
2
3
20

Total
Pts

TDs

Rush
TDs

Pass
TDs

FGs
Made

31
14
21
35
10
13
124

4
2
3
5
1
1
16

3
1
3
5
0
0
12

1
1
0
0
1
1
4

1
0
0
0
1
2
4

Failed to score inside RZ


FGA Down
Int Fumb Half Game

0
0
0
0
1
0
1

0
0
0
0
1
1
2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Opponents Inside IOWA Red-Zone

Date

Opponent

Sep 05, 2015


Sep 12, 2015
Sep 19, 2015
Sep 26, 2015
Oct 03, 2015
Oct 10, 2015

ILLINOIS STATE
at Iowa State
PITTSBURGH
NORTH TEXAS
at Wisconsin
ILLINOIS
Totals
9 of 13 (69.2%)

Score
W
W
W
W
W
W

31-14
31-17
27-24
62-16
10-6
29-20

Times Times
In RZ Scored

1
2
3
3
2
2
13

1
2
2
2
0
2
9

Total
Pts

TDs

Rush
TDs

Pass
TDs

FGs
Made

7
10
14
10
0
10
51

1
1
2
1
0
1
6

0
0
0
0
0
1
1

1
1
2
1
0
0
5

0
1
0
1
0
1
3

Failed to score inside RZ


FGA Down
Int Fumb Half Game

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
1
0
1

0
0
1
1
0
0
2

0
0
0
0
1
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL


IOWA Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
Conference games
Date
* Oct 03, 2015
* Oct 10, 2015

Opponent
at #19 Wisconsin
ILLINOIS

Rushing

Canzeri, Jordan
Beathard, C.J.
Daniels, LeShun
Total
Opponents
Passing

Beathard, C.J.
Total
Opponents
Receiving

VandeBerg, Matt
Krieger-Coble,H
Smith, Jerminic
Canzeri, Jordan
Kittle, George
Mitchell, D.
Cox, Adam
Total
Opponents

gp

att

gain loss

2
2
1
2
2

69
14
4
91
58

398
64
9
471
182

gp

net avg

17
23
0
49
50

381
41
9
422
132

effic comp-att-int

2 106.09
2 106.09
2 110.60

Score
10-6
29-20

W
W

24-52-1
24-52-1
46-81-3

Att.
80933
66693

td

lg avg/g

1
0
0
1
1

75 190.5
16 20.5
4
9.0
75 211.0
18 66.0

5.5
2.9
2.2
4.6
2.3

pct

yds

td

lg avg/g

46.2
46.2
56.8

277
277
551

3
3
1

49 138.5
49 138.5
53 275.5

gp

no.

yds

avg

td

lg avg/g

2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2

8
5
4
3
2
1
1
24
46

71
32
118
29
22
4
1
277
551

8.9
6.4
29.5
9.7
11.0
4.0
1.0
11.5
12.0

0
0
0
1
2
0
0
3
1

21 35.5
11 16.0
49 59.0
17 14.5
21 11.0
4
4.0
1
0.5
49 138.5
53 275.5

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50-99

Koehn, Marshall

4-5

80.0 1-1

0-1

2-2

1-1

0-0

Scoring

td

fg

kick

Koehn, Marshall
Canzeri, Jordan
Kittle, George
Total
Opponents

2
2
4
2

4-5
4-5
4-5

3-4
3-4
2-2

g plays

rush

pass

Canzeri, Jordan
Beathard, C.J.
Daniels, LeShun
Total
Opponents

2
2
1
2
2

381
41
9
422
132

0
277
0
277
551

Score by Quarters
IOWA
Opponents

69
66
4
143
139

lg blk

40

PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf

Total Offense

Record:
All games
Conference
Non-Conference

pts

15
12
12
39
26

Overall
2-0
2-0
0-0

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

Defensive Leaders

Jewell, Josey
Fisher, Cole
Lomax, Jordan
King, Desmond
Niemann, Ben
Total
Opponents

Away
1-0
1-0
0-0

Neutral
0-0
0-0
0-0

IOWA
37
23
9
5
422
91
4.6
211.0
1
277
24-52-1
5.3
11.5
138.5
3
699
4.9
349.5
3-65
3-26
3-15
2-1
12-134
11-42.4
32:33
9/31
2/4

OPP
41
5
29
7
132
58
2.3
66.0
1
551
46-81-3
6.8
12.0
275.5
1
683
4.9
341.5
6-122
5-49
1-4
4-3
13-135
10-37.7
27:28
9/28
0/2

no.

yds avg

td

lg

2
1

15 7.5
0 0.0

0
0

15
0

King, Desmond
Mabin, Greg

total avg/g

Punting

no. yds avg

lg

tb

fc i20 50+ blk

381
318
9
699
683

Kidd, Dillon
Koehn, Marshall

10 439 43.9 55
1 27 27.0 27

0
0

3
0

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

6
10

20
0

7
9

6
7

0
0

190.5
159.0
9.0
349.5
341.5

Punt Returns

Total
39
26

Kick Returns

td

lg

26 8.7
26 8.7
49 9.8

0
0
0

16
16
18

no.

yds avg

td

lg

3
3
6

65 21.7
65 21.7
122 20.3

0
0
0

24
24
30

kr

ir

total avg/g

0
0
0
0
26 65
0
0
0
0
26 65
49 122

0
0
15
0
0
15
4

410 205.0
118 59.0
106 53.0
71 35.5
41 20.5
805 402.5
858 429.0

rush

rcv

2
2
2
2
2
2
2

381
0
0
0
41
422
132

29
118
0
71
0
277
551

Tackles
tot

tfl/yds

Sacks
no-yds

2
2
2
2
2
2
2

8
9
7
7
3
67
75

14
9
7
4
7
76
74

22
18
14
11
10
143
149

1.0-2
1.0-2
0.5-1
.
1.5-3
11-47
13-48

.
0.5-2
.
.
0.5-1
5-33
5-29

Pass defense
int-yds brup

.
.
.
2-15
.
3-15
1-4

1
.
1
3
.
7
4

0
0

yds avg

Canzeri, Jordan
Smith, Jerminic
King, Desmond
VandeBerg, Matt
Beathard, C.J.
Total
Opponents
ua

4
0

3
3
5

All Purpose

gp

4
0

no.

King, Desmond
Total
Opponents
King, Desmond
Total
Opponents

##
43
36
27
14
44

Home
1-0
1-0
0-0

qbh

.
1
.
.
1
5
12

pr

Fumbles
rcv-yds

1-0
.
.
.
.
3-0
1-0

ff

blkd
kick

saf

.
.
.
.
.
2
2

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

.
.
.
.
.
.
.

IOWA HAWKEYE FOOTBALL


IOWA Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Oct 10, 2015)
Conference games

#
43
36
27
14
19
34
67
44
13
99
95
37
40
7
28
39
80
56
15
96
61

Defensive Leaders

Jewell, Josey
Fisher, Cole
Lomax, Jordan
King, Desmond
Taylor, Miles
Meier, Nate
Johnson, Jaleel
Niemann, Ben
Mabin, Greg
Bazata, Nathan
Ott, Drew
Snyder, Brandon
Hesse, Parker
Draper, Sean
Fleming, M.
Perry, Travis
Krieger-Coble,H
Ekakitie, Faith
Jackson, Joshua
Nelson, Matt
Terlouw, Kyle
Total
Opponents

gp

ua

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

8
9
7
7
6
2
5
3
4
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
.
1
.
1
67
75

Tackles
a
tot

14
9
7
4
4
8
5
7
5
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
.
1
.
1
.
76
74

22
18
14
11
10
10
10
10
9
6
6
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
143
149

tfl/yds

Sacks
no-yds

1.0-2
1.0-2
0.5-1
.
.
0.5-2
1.0-4
1.5-3
.
1.0-6
4.5-27
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
11-47
13-48

.
0.5-2
.
.
.
.
1.0-4
0.5-1
.
1.0-6
2.0-20
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
5-33
5-29

Pass defense
Fumbles
blkd
int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds
ff kick

.
.
.
2-15
.
.
.
.
1-0
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
3-15
1-4

1
.
1
3
1
.
.
.
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
7
4

.
1
.
.
.
1
2
1
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Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

28 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

First
Game
Score
Downs
Illinois State
14
14
at Iowa
31
22
Iowa
31 22
at Iowa State
17
18
Pittsburgh
24
15
at Iowa
27
22
North Texas
16
22
at Iowa
62
23
Iowa
10 14
at Wisconsin
6
21
Illinois
20 20
at Iowa
29
23
Iowa
at Northwestern

Game-By-Game Statistics

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14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

Rushing Pass. Passing


Total
Att-Net
Yards
Com.-Att.-Int
Offense
28-35
196
16-27-0
231
44-210
221
16-25-0
431
45-260 215 15-25-0
475
27-63
247
19-35-1
310
27-55
227
21-31-2
282
29-105
258
27-40-1
363
45-183
173
17-43-2
345
43-210
278
19-22-0
488
40-144 77 9-21-1
221
34-86
234
21-38-2
320
24-46 317 25-43-1
363
51-278
200
15-31-0
478

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Punts- Fum.- Pen.


Avg.
Lost
Yds.
5-34.2
1-0
2-10
2-47.0
1-1
5-51
5-47.4 2-1 6-50
7-44.4
1-0
4-45
4-39.2
0-0
3-35
5-46.2
0-0
5-50
8-47.4
1-1
8-62
3-42.0
2-2
4-24
5-41.2 2-1 6-54
4-31.0
3-2
8-90
6-42.2 1-1 5-45
6-43.3
0-0
6-80

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Individual

Points
Rushing Attempts
Yards Rushing
Pass Attempts
Pass Completions
Yards Passing
Receptions
Yards Receiving
Yards Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
Yards Punt Returns
Yards Kickoff Returns
Field Goals Made
Extra Points
Interceptions
_Tackles
_Sacks
_TFLs

Team Offense (Iowa highs)


Points
Rushing Attempts
Net Yards Rushing
Pass Attempts
Pass Completions
Yards Passing
Yards Total Offense
Total Plays
First Downs

Team Defense (Opponents lows)


Points
Rushing Attempts
Net Yards Rushing
Pass Attempts
Pass Completions
Yards Passing
Yards Total Offense
Total Plays
First Downs

Longest Plays

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

Top Performances

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14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

24, Jordan Canzeri vs. North Texas, 9/26/15


43, Jordan Canzeri vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
256 (43 att.), Jordan Canzeri vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
40 (27 comp.), C.J. Beathard vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
27 (40 att.), C.J. Beathard vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
278, C.J. Beathard vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
9, Matt VandeBerg at Iowa State, 9/12/15
118, Jerminic Smith vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
297, C.J. Beathard vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
271, Jordan Canzeri vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
71, Desmond King vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
109, Desmond King vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
3, Marshall Koehn vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
6, Marshall Koehn vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
2, Desmond King, 2X, last at Wisconsin, 10/3/15
14, Cole Fisher at Wisconsin, 10/3/15
2, Drew Ott vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
2.5, 2X, last Drew Ott at Wisconsin, 10/3/15
62 vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
51 (278 yds.) vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
278 (51 att.) vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
40 (27 comp.) vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
27 (40 att.) vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
278 (19-of-22) vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
488 vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
82 vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
23, 2X, last vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
6 at Wisconsin, 10/3/15
24 vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
35 (28 att.) vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
27 (16 comp.) vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
16 (27 att.) vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
173 (17-of-43) vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
231 vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
55 vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
14 vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
75 (TD)
82 (TD)
57
88 (TD)
-38
40
99 (12 plays, 5:30 TOP)
93 (8 plays, 2:18 TOP)
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Tevaun Smith vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
Marshall Koehn vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
Bo Bower vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
Desmond King vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
Desmond King vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
vs. Illinois State, 9/5/15
at Iowa State, 9/12/15
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The Last Time...

11 Big Ten Championships

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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

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

LARGEST MARGINS

A punt was returned for a TD . . .


by Iowa - - Drew Ott (returned 12 yards), vs. Nebraska, 11/29/14
by Iowa - - Paki OMeara (returned 42 yards after block), vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10
by an opponent - - DeMornay Pierson-El (80 yards), Nebraska, 11/28/14
by an opponent - - Tremaine McCollum (returned six yards after block), Florida, 1/2/06
Two punts were returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Kevonte Martin-Manley (83 and 63 yards), vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13
A punt was blocked . . .
by Iowa - - Ben Niemann vs. Northwestern, 11/1/14
by an opponent - - Eric Murray at Minnesota, 11/8/14
A punt was blocked and returned for a TD...
by Iowa -- Ben Niemann vs. Northwestern, 11/1/14
by an opponent -- Ryan Lewis (block), Pat Amara, Jr., return (TD) vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15
A field goal was blocked...
by Iowa - - Nathan Bazata, Illinois State, 9/5/15
by an opponent - - Jerel Worthy, Michigan State, 11/12/11
An interception was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Josey Jewell (34 yards), Bo Bower (88 yards) vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
by an opponent - - William Likely (45 yards) at Maryland, 10/18/14
Two interceptions were returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa (individual) - - B.J. Lowery (35 and 13 yards) vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/13
by Iowa (team) -- Josey Jewell (34 yards), Bo Bower (88 yards) vs. North Texas, 9/26/15
A fumble was returned for a TD . . .
by Iowa - - Christian Kirksey (52 yards), vs. Northern Illinois, 8/31/13
by an opponent - - Blake Dueitt (35 yards), vs. Ball State, 9/6/14
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 intentional grounding in end zone, Louis Trinca-Pasat, at Illinois, 11/15/14
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 - - Jordan Canzeri (43-256), vs. Illinois, 10/10/15
by an opponent - - Melvin Gordon (31-200), Wisconsin, 11/22/14
A player passed for over 300 yards . . .
by Iowa - - Jake Rudock (311), Wisconsin, 11/22/14
by an opponent - - Wes Lunt (317), Illinois, 10/10/15
A player scored four TDs . . .
by Iowa - - Jordan Canzeri (4 rush) vs. North Texas, 9/25/15
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

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

Iowa Defeats

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

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

A team gained over 600 yards of total offense . . .


by Iowa - - vs. Minnesota (613 yards), 11/19/05
by an opponent - - Wisconsin (604 yards), 11/13/99
A team scored over 50 points . . .
by Iowa - - vs. North Texas (62 points), 9/26/15
by an opponent - - at Minnesota (51 points), 11/8/14
A team was held under 75 yards rushing . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Illinois (24-46), 10/10/15
by an opponent - - Michigan State (16-23 yards), 10/5/13
A team was held under 100 yards passing . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Northwestern (75 yards), 11/1/14
by an opponent - - Wisconsin (77 yards), 10/3/15
A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Northwestern (180 yards), 11/1/14
by an opponent - - Minnesota (171 yards), 11/21/09
Iowa scored 3 or more non-offensive touchdowns . . .
by Iowa - - vs. Western Michigan (2 punts, 2 interceptions), 9/21/13

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2014 Starting Lineups

11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

14 CFB Hall of Fame Inductees

OFFENSE
Opponent
Illinois State
at Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
at Wisconsin
Illinois
at Northwestern
Maryland
at Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
at Nebraska

WR
T. Smith
VandeBerg
T. Smith
McCarron
J. Smith
J. Smith

WR/TE
LT
Krieger-Coble Myers
Krieger-Coble Myers
Kittle
Myers
Kittle
Myers
VandeBerg Croston
Krieger-Coble Croston

LG
Welsh
Welsh
Welsh
Welsh
Welsh
Welsh

C
Blythe
Blythe
Blythe
Blythe
Blythe
Blythe

RG
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh
Walsh

RT
Boettger
Boettger
Boetgger
Boetgger
Boetgger
Boetgger

QB
Beathard
Beathard
Beathard
Beathard
Beathard
Beathard

RB
Daniels
Daniels
Canzeri
Canzeri
Canzeri
Canzeri

FB/WR/TE
VandeBerg
Outsey
VandeBerg
Plewa
Plewa
Plewa

WR/TE
Hillyer
Hillyer
Hillyer
Hillyer
Hillyer
VandeBerg

Consec. Starts
Career Starts

2
2

1
7

2
2

6
15

37
41

7
29

6
7

6
7

4
6

3
5

2
8

Opponent
Illinois State
at Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
at Wisconsin
Illinois
at Northwestern
Maryland
at Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
at Nebraska

RE
Ott
Ott
Hesse
Ott
Ott
Ott

DT
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson
Johnson

DT
Bazata
Bazata
Bazata
Bazata
Bazata
Bazata

LE
Meier
Meier
Meier
Meier
Meier
Meier

OLB
Niemann
Niemann
Niemann
Niemann
Niemann
Niemann

MLB
Jewell
Jewell
Jewell
Jewell
Jewell
Jewell

WLB
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher
Fisher

CB
Mabin
Mabin
Mabin
Mabin
Mabin
Mabin

CB
King
King
King
King
King
King

SS
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Gair
Taylor
Taylor

FS
Lomax
Lomax
Lomax
Lomax
Lomax
Lomax

Consec. Starts
Career Starts

3
30

6
6

6
6

19
19

6
6

10
10

6
6

15
18

31
31

2
5

15
19

DEFENSE

Offense Career Starts


Quarterback C.J. Beathard (7)

Wide Receiver
Jacob Hillyer (9)

Riley McCarron (1)

Jonathan Parker (1)

Jerminic Smith (2)

Tevaun Smith (17)

Matt VandeBerg (8)
Running Back


Fullback

Jordan Canzeri (6)


LeShun Daniels, Jr., (2)
Adam Cox (3)
Macon Plewa (5)

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Tight End



Offensive Line




George Kittle (3)


Henry Krieger Coble (7)
Jake Duzey (13)
Jameer Outsey (1)
Austin Blythe (41)
Ike Boettger (7)
Cole Croston (2)
Boone Myer (4)
Jordan Walsh (29)
Sean Welsh (15)

Defense Career Starts


Defensive End

Parker Hesse (1)


Nate Meier (19)
Drew Ott (30)

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Defensive Line


Linebacker





Defensive Back




Nathan Bazata (6)


Darian Cooper (2)
Jaleel Johnson (6)
Bo Bower (13)
Cole Fisher (6)
Josey Jewell (10)
Ben Niemann (6)
Travis Perry (4)
Maurice Fleming (1)
Anthony Gair (2)
Desmond King (31)
Jordan Lomax (19)
Greg Mabin (18)
Miles Taylor (5)

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Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

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11 Big Ten Championships

Opponent
Illinois State (5)



Plays
13
12
5
13
10

ISU Avg. Drive

10.6 69.6

Iowa State (5)





Iowa Scoring Drives

Yards
81
99
45
57
66

10
9
6
7
2

51
93
62
50
25

22 Consensus All-Americans

T.O.P. Result Qtr.


7:31
TD
1
5:30
TD
2
0:37
FG
2
6:33
TD
3
5:20
TD
4

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Play
Beathard, 6-yard run
Canzeri, 5-yard run
Koehn, 40-yard FG
VandeBerg, 9-yard pass from Beathard
Beathard, 1-yard run

5:30
3:42
4:10
2:51
3:54
0:39

FG
TD
TD
TD
TD

1
2
3
4
4

Koehn, 49-yard FG
Smith, 14-yard pass from Beathard
VandeBerg, 3-yard pass from Beathard
McCarron, 25-yard pass from Beathard
Canzeri, 8-yard run

ISU Avg. Drive


6.8 56.2 3:19

Pittsburgh (5)
8
27
3:15
FG

5
81
2:14
TD

12
74
5:59
TD

11
80
6:46
TD

7
31
0:52
FG

1
2
2
4
4

Koehn, 43-yard FG
Beathard, 9-yard run
Canzeri, 4-yard run
Canzeri, 1-yard run
Koehn, 57-yard FG

TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD
TD

1
1
2
2
2
3
4

Canzeri, 16-yard run


Canzeri, 10-yard run
Kittle, 43-yard pass from Beathard
Smith, 81-yard pass from Beathard
Canzeri, 3-yard run
Canzeri, 1-yard run
Wadley, 2-yard run

TD
FG

2
2

Kittle, 1-yard pass from Beathard


Koehn, 33-yard FG

PITT Avg. Drive

8.6

58.6

3:57

North Texas (7)









UNT Avg. Drive

7
2
3
1
11
12
10

70
26
59
76
80
50
83

3:24
0:36
0:57
0:12
5:37
5:23
4:48

6.5

63.4

3:17

Wisconsin (2)


UW Avg. Drive

5
4

31
1

2:15
1:48

4.5

16.0

2:02

Illinois (6)




7
5
13
1
13
4

69
58
74
75
59
7

3:30
2:12
2:30
0:11
6:53
0:58

ILL Avg. Drive

7.2

57.0

2:49

Season Avg. (30) 7.6

58.0

3:14

TD
TD
FG
TD
FG
FG

1
2
2
3
4
4

Distance
Iowa
Opponent
Length TD FG TD FG
(minus) - - - - - -
- - -
--0-9 0 2 1 0
10-19 0 0 1 1
20-29 2 1 0 1
30-39 1 1 0 0
40-49 0 1 0 1
50-59 5 2 1 5
60-69 3 0 1 1
70-79 4 1 4 0
80-89
5
0
1
0
90-99 2 0 0 0

GAME OPENING DRIVES

Kittle, 21-yard pass from Beathard


Canzeri, 17-yard pass from Beathard
Koehn, 19-yard FG
Canzeri, 75-yard run
Koehn, 34-yard FG
Koehn, 40-yard FG

Longest Drives
Plays: 13, 4X, last, 2X vs. Illinois (13-74, FG; 13-59, FG)
Yards: 99, vs. Illinois State (12 plays, 5:30, TD)
Time of Possession: 7:31 vs. Illinois State (13 plays, 81 yards, TD)



DRIVE ANALYSIS


Iowa
Opponent
Game
Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds
Illinois St. 7 13 81 0
8 33
Iowa St. 0
3
7 0
8 10
Pittsburgh 0
3
7 0
4 12
N. Texas 7
7 70 0
3 (-9)
Wisconsin 3 12 56 0
6 28
Illinois 0 5
25
0 3 2
Nwestern
Maryland
Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
Nebraska

SECOND HALF OPENING DRIVES



Iowa
Opponent
Game
Pts Plys Yds Pts Plys Yds
Illinois St. 0
3
5 0
6 18
Iowa St. 7 6
62
0 3 7
Pittsburgh 0
9 25 3
10 45
N. Texas 0
4 19 3
15 61
Wisconsin 0
3
6 0
8 37
Illinois 0 5 15 3 10 57
Nwestern
Maryland
Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
Nebraska

3rd Down and...


Iowa

Opponents

Yards ILL St. ISU PITT UNT WIS ILL NW MARY IND MINN PUR NEB TOTAL
1-3
5-6 3-6 3-5 3-4 2-5 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-31
4-6
0-3 1-2 3-4 1-2 2-3 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-18
7-9 0-0 2-3 0-2 2-2 1-5 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-15
10-14 1-2 0-2 1-3 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-10
15+ 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-7
Total 6-12 7-14 7-15 6-9 5-15 4-16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 35-81

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Yards ILL St. ISU PITT UNT WIS ILL NW MARY IND MINN PUR NEB TOTAL
1-3
2-2 0-0 1-4 3-4 2-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-18
4-6 2-4 1-4 2-5 1-5 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-24
7-9
3-3 0-2 0-1 1-7 1-3 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-19
10-14 0-4 2-5 1-3 1-4 0-2 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-23
15+
0-1 1-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6
Total 7-14 4-14 4-13 7-21 4-13 5-15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 34-90

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20-Yard+ Plays

Game #7 at #20/21 Northwestern

28 Bowl Games
Yards
88
81
75
57
51
51
49
48
46
45
44
43
40
38
34
34
33
32
32
30
29
29
29
27
27
25
24
24
21
21
21
21
21
20
20
20
20
20

Type
Int. Return
Pass
Run
Run
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Run
Run
Pass
Kick Return
Punt Return
Int. Return
Punt Return
Punt Return
Run
Pass
Kick Return
Kick Return
Pass
Run
Run
Kick Return
Pass
Kick Return
Run
Pass
Kick Return
Pass
Pass
Kick Return
Kick Return
Pass
Kick Return
Pass
Pass

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Player(s)
Bo Bower
C.J. Beathard to Tevaun Smith
Jordan Canzeri
C.J. Beathard
C.J. Beathard to Jordan Canzeri
C.J. Beathard to Tevaun Smith
C.J. Beathard to Jerminic Smith
C.J. Beathard to Matt VandeBerg
C.J. Beathard to Jerminic Smith
Derrick Mitchell, Jr.
C.J. Beathard
C.J. Beathard to George Kittle
Desmond King
Desmond King
Josey Jewell
Desmond King
Desmond King
Jordan Canzeri
Jacob Hiller
Desmond King
Desmond King
C.J. Beathard to Henry Krieger-Coble
Jordan Canzeri
LeShun Daniels, Jr.
Desmond King
C.J. Beathard to Riley McCarron
Desmond King
LeShun Daniels, Jr.
C.J. Beathard to George Kittle
Desmond King
Matt VandeBerg
C.J. Beathard to Jordan Canzeri
Desmond King
Desmond King
Matt VandeBerg
Desmond King
C.J. Beathard to Jacob Hillyer
C.J. Beathard to Jacob Hillyer

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Opponent
vs. North Texas
vs. North Texas
vs. Illinois
at Iowa State
vs. Illinois State
vs. Pittsburgh
vs. Illinois
at Iowa State
vs. Illinois
vs. North Texas
at Iowa State
vs. North Texas
vs. North Texas
vs. North Texas
vs. North Texas
at Iowa State
vs. North Texas
vs. Illinois
vs. Pittsburgh
vs. North Texas
at Iowa State
at Iowa State
vs. North Texas
vs. Illinois State
vs. Pittsburgh
at Iowa State
at Wisconsin
at Iowa State
vs. Illinois
at Wisconsin
at Wisconsin
vs. Illinois State
vs. Pittsburgh
at Wisconsin
at Wisconsin
vs. North Texas
vs. Illinois State
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BY LENGTH
Yards
No.
TD
20-29
18
2
30-39 7 1
40-49 7 1
50-59 3 0
60-69 0 0
70-79 1 1
80-89
2
2
90+ 0 0
TOTAL
38
7

Type
Rushing
Passing
Punt Returns
Kick Returns
Int. Returns
Fumble Returns
Other
TOTAL

No.
8
16
3
9
2
0
0
38

TD
1
4
0
0
2
0
0
7

LONGEST PLAYS OF 2015


RUSHING
75
Jordan Canzeri

vs. Illinois, 10/10/15

RUSHING TOUCHDOWN
75
Jordan Canzeri

vs. Illinois, 10/10/15

PASSING
81
Tevaun Smith

vs. North Texas, 9/26/15

PASSING TOUCHDOWN
81
Tevaun Smith

vs. North Texas, 9/26/15

PUNT RETURN
38
Desmond King

vs. North Texas, 9/26/15

KICK RETURN
40
Desmond King

vs. North Texas, 9/26/15

INTERCEPTION RETURN
88
Bo Bower

vs. North Texas, 9/26/15

FUMBLE RETURN
-- --

--

PUNT
64

Dillon Kidd/Marshall Koehn vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15

FIELD GOAL
57
Marshall Koehn

BOLD plays note touchdowns

BY PLAY TYPE

vs. Pittsburgh, 9/19/15

GAME-BY-GAME LONGEST PLAYS

IOWA

Yds
51
57
51
88
24
75

Opponent
Illinois State
Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
Wisconsin
Illinois

Player(s)
Jordan Canzeri (reception)
C.J. Beathard (run)
Tevaun Smith (reception)
Bo Bower (Int. return-TD)
Desmond King (kick return)
Jordan Canzeri (run-TD)

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OPPONENT
Yds
52
53
36
35
27
53

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Illinois State
Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
Wisconsin
Illinois

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Player(s)
Christian Gibbs (reception)
Trever Ryen (reception)
Tyler Boyd (reception)
A. Jimmerson (run)
Dare Ogunbowale (pass)
Geranimo Allison (pass-TD)

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Miscelleanous Statistics

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11 Big Ten Championships

Iowa Big Plays


Rushing
Opponent
20-29 30-39 40+
Illinois State
1
0
0
Iowa State
1
0
2
Pittsburgh
0
0
0
North Texas
1
0
1
Wisconsin
0
0
0
Illinois 0
1
1
Northwestern
0
0
0
Maryland
0
0
0
Indiana
0
0
0
Minnesota
0
0
0
Purdue
0
0
0
Nebraska
0
0
0
Totals
3
1
4

Opponent Big Plays


Rushing
Opponent
20-29 30-39 40+
Illinois State
0
0
0
Iowa State
0
0
0
Pittsburgh
0
0
0
North Texas
1
1
0
Wisconsin
0
0
0
Illinois 0
0
0
Northwestern
0
0
0
Maryland
0
0
0
Indiana
0
0
0
Minnesota
0
0
0
Purdue
0
0
0
Nebraska
0
0
0
Totals
1
1
0

Turnovers Forced


Opponent
Illinois State
Iowa State
Pittsburgh
North Texas
Wisconsin
Illinois
Northwestern
Maryland
Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
Nebraska
TOTALS

Iowa
Fum
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
4



Int
0
1
2
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
8

Tot
0
1
2
3
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
12

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Passing
20-29
30-39 40-49 50+
2
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
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
0
0
0
0
8
1
4
3

Special Teams
FG Blk
XPT Blk
Punt Blk
1 0 0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0

Passing
20-29
30-39 40-49 50+
2
0
0
1
2
1
0
1
2
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
2
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
4
0
3

Special Teams
FG Blk
XPT Blk
Punt Blk
0 0 0
0 0 0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1



Pts Off Margin
3 -1
7 0
3 +1
21 +1
10 0
3 +2
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
47
+5

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Opponent
Fum
Int
1
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
2

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Tot
1
1
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7

Pts Off
7
0
7
10
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27

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28 Bowl Games

Drive Charts

11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

IOWA DRIVE CHARTS


Illinois State

Qtr.
1st

2nd


3rd

4th

Start
IA 19
IA 1
ISU 41
ISU 42
IA 33
IA 39
IA 43
IA 34
IA 25

Iowa State

Qtr.
1st


2nd


3rd


4th

Start
IA 25
IA 18
IA 25
IA 29
IA 7
IA 2
IA 38
IA 11
IA 17
IA 6
IA 50
ISU 25

Pittsburgh

Qtr.
1st



2nd


3rd

4th

Start
IA 25
IA 48
IA 20
IA 19
IA 19
IA 25
IA 26
IA 25
IA 21
IA 20
IA 30

North Texas

Qtr.
1st



2nd



3rd

4th

Start
IA 30
NT 40
NT 26
IA 8
IA 41
IA 24
IA 20
IA 20
IA 25
IA 50
IA 36
IA 17

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS

Time
15:00
3:05
10:05
7:01
0:37
11:18
7:55
13:14
5:34

Plays-Yds
13-81
12-99
6-19
3-4
5-45
3-5
13-57
10-66
4-27

TOP
7:31
5:30
1:26
1:32
0:37
1:18
6:33
5:20
1:52

Result
TOUCHDOWN
TOUCHDOWN
Downs
Punt
FIELD GOAL
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
TOUCHDOWN
Fumble

Time
15:00
9:26
2:07
13:06
8:34
2:18
12:56
8:34
5:57
14:52
6:08
1:44

Plays-Yds
3-7
10-51
3-(-10)
3-9
9-93
8-93
6-62
3-2
5-3
11-87
7-50
2-25

TOP
1:23
3:42
2:05
1:34
4:10
2:18
2:51
0:55
3:22
5:43
3:54
0:39

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

Time
15:00
12:14
5:20
1:26
12:16
10:11
6:43
9:40
5:51
12:50
0:52

Plays-Yds
3-7
8-27
5-16
5-81
4-14
3-(-6)
12-74
9-25
4-19
11-80
7-31

TOP
0:51
3:15
2:26
2:14
2:02
1:46
5:59
3:49
2:42
6:46
0:52

Result
Punt
FIELD GOAL
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Interception
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
FIELD GOAL

Time
15:00
10:22
6:32
4:08
13:17
10:59
7:54
7:33
10:48
6:08
14:41
11:23

Plays-Yds
7-70
3-2
2-26
6-29
3-59
1-76
1-(-14)
11-80
4-19
12-50
3-(-17)
10-83

TOP
3:24
2:03
0:36
3:24
0:57
0:12
0:13
5:37
1:25
5:23
2:38
4:48

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

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Illinois State

Qtr.
1st
2nd


3rd


4th

Start
ISU 24
ISU 25
ISU 22
ISU 20
ISU 25
ISU 20
ISU 25
ISU 27
ISU 48

Iowa State

Qtr.
1st


2nd

3rd



4th

Start
ISU 13
ISU 25
ISU 25
ISU 13
ISU 25
ISU 25
ISU 25
ISU 41
ISU 43
ISU 7
ISU 25
ISU 23

Pittsburgh

Qtr.
1st


2nd



3rd

4th

Start
PITT 4
PITT 25
PITT 20
PITT 25
IA 15
PITT 38
PITT 23
PITT 25
PITT 20
PITT 25

North Texas

Qtr.
1st



2nd



3rd



4th

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Start
NT 25
NT 3
NT 25
IA 37
NT 25
NT 25
IA 6
NT 25
NT 25
NT 7
NT 17
NT 25
NT 39
NT 19
NT 17

Time
7:29
12:35
8:39
5:29
15:00
10:00
1:22
7:54
3:42

Plays-Yds
8-33
3-(-7)
3-(-6)
12-47
6-18
3-1
8-41
5-73
8-52

TOP
4:24
2:30
1:38
4:52
3:42
2:05
3:08
2:20
2:53

Result
Punt
Punt
Punt
Missed FG
Punt
Punt
Downs
TOUCHDOWN
TOUCHDOWN

Time
13:37
5:44
:02
11:32
4:17
15:00
10:05
7:39
2:35
9:09
2:14
1:00

Plays-Yds
8-10
8-56
6-75
6-38
4-75
3-7
6-21
3-0
5-3
7-30
3-4
4-1

TOP
4:11
3:37
1:50
2:58
1:58
2:04
1:31
1:42
2:43
3:01
0:30
0:21

Result
Punt
FIELD GOAL
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Interception
Downs

Time
14:09
8:59
2:54
14:12
10:14
8:25
0:44
15:00
3:09
6:04

Plays-Yds
4-12
7-70
3-5
3-9
1-15
3-(-1)
6-14
10-45
9-33
13-75

TOP
1:55
3:39
1:28
1:56
0:03
1:42
0:44
5:20
5:19
5:12

Result
Interception
Intereption
Punt
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
Downs
FIELD GOAL
Punt
TOUCHDOWN

Time
11:36
8:19
5:56
0:44
12:20
10:47
7:41
1:56
15:00
9:23
0:45
0:15
12:03
6:35
2:47

Plays-Yds
3-(-9)
3-3
5-19
8-16
3-5
11-54
1-6
8-20
15-61
11-43
2-12
3-1
3-4
10-65
5-11

TOP
1:14
1:47
1:48
2:27
1:21
2:53
0:08
1:21
4:12
3:15
0:30
0:34
0:40
3:48
2:17

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

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28 Bowl Games

Drive Charts

11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

IOWA DRIVE CHARTS


Wisconsin

Qtr.
1st

2nd


3rd


4th

Illinois

Qtr.
1st



2nd


3rd


4th

OPPONENT DRIVE CHARTS

Start
IA 32
IA 49
IA 24
UW 31
UW 15
IA 23
IA 11
IA 22
IA 5
IA 5
IA 16

Time
9:53
5:41
11:43
5:14
2:51
14:53
11:13
3:35
14:05
7:44
3:16

Plays-Yds
6-28
10-43
10-67
5-31
4-1
3-6
6-33
4-18
7-22
3-8
3-(-6)

TOP
2:45
4:43
5:14
2:15
1:48
0:54
3:07
2:14
3:03
1:32
0:31

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

Start
IA 25
IA 31
IA 25
IA 44
IA 42
IA 36
IA 25
IA 25
IA 20
IA 25
IA 20
IA 25
IA 29

Time
15:00
12:00
6:29
2:50
10:02
6:56
2:45
11:32
6:33
2:56
14:53
10:13
3:09

Plays-Yds
5-25
7-69
4-24
13-55
5-58
3-4
13-74
5-15
4-15
1-75
5-15
13-59
4-7

TOP
2:14
3:30
2:37
5:47
2:12
0:55
2:30
2:32
1:31
0:11
2:30
6:53
0:58

Result
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
Downs
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
FIELD GOAL
Punt
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
FIELD GOAL
FIELD GOAL

Wisconsin

Qtr.
1st


2nd


3rd


4th

Illinois

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Start
UW 16
UW 11
UW 8
UW 20
UW 25
UW 23
UW 31
UW 45
UW 28
IA 27
UW 41
UW 47

Time
15:00
7:08
0:58
6:29
2:59
0:58
13:59
8:06
1:21
11:02
6:12
2:45

Plays-Yds
12-56
3-7
10-68
3-17
1-(-10)
3-5
8-37
10-27
6-39
6-22
6-19
7-37

TOP
5:02
1:27
4:15
1:15
0:08
0:43
2:46
4:26
2:16
3:18
2:56
2:09

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

Start
IL 23
IL 33
IL 34
IL 1
IL 25
IL 5
IL 24
IL 16
IL 21
IL 27
IL 15
IL 25
IL 25

Time
12:46
8:30
3:52
12:03
7:50
6:01
15:00
9:00
5:02
2:45
12:23
3:20
2:11

Plays-Yds
3-2
6-67
3-(-2)
4-18
3-(-1)
6-33
10-57
7-41
6-57
8-33
7-85
1-4
4-15

TOP
0:46
2:01
1:02
2:01
0:54
3:16
3:28
2:27
2:06
2:52
2:10
0:11
0:40

Result
Punt
TOUCHDOWN
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
FIELD GOAL
Punt
FIELD GOAL
Interception
TOUCHDOWN
Fumble
Downs

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28 Bowl Games

Individual Career Bests

11 Big Ten Championships

PASSING
C.J. Beathard (Jr.)
Att: 40 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Comp: 27 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Yards: 278 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TDs: 3 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Long: 81 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Tyler Wiegers (RS Fr.)
Att: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Comp: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 10 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
TDs: -Long: 10 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)

RUSHING
C.J. Beathard (Jr.)
Att: 10 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Yards: 82 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Long: 57 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
TDs: 2 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Jordan Canzeri (Sr.)
Att: 43 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 256 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Long: 75 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
TD: 4 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
LeShun Daniels, Jr. (Jr.)
Att: 26 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Yards: 123 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Long: 27 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
TD: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)

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Tevaun Smith (Sr.)


Att: 1, 2X, last vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Yards: 35 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
Long: 35 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)

Derrick Mitchell, Jr. (RS So.)


Catches: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 4 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Long: 4 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)

Akrum Wadley (So.)


Att: 15 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
Yards: 106 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
TDs: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 26 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)

Jameer Outsey (RS Fr.)


Catches: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Yards: 10 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Long: 10 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)

Kevin Ward (So.)


Att: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 5 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 5 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TD: --

RECEIVING
Jordan Canzeri (Sr.)
Catches: 7 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Yards: 90 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
TDs: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Long: 51 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)

Jerminic Smith (Fr.)


Catches: 5 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 118 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Long: 49 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)

Adam Cox (Sr.)


Catches: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Yards: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Long: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
TD: --

Tevaun Smith (Sr.)


Catches: 6, 2X, last vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Yards: 115 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 81 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TD: 1, 6X, vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

LeShun Daniels, Jr., (Jr.)


Catches: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
Yards: 5 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
Long: 5 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)

Andrew Stone (Sr.)


Catches: 2 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Yards: 33 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Long: 24 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
TD: 1 at Minnesota (11/8/14)

Jake Duzey (Sr.)


Catches: 8 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Yards: 138 at Ohio State (10/19/13)
Long: 85 at Ohio State (10/19/13)
TD: 1, 4X, last vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)

Marshall Koehn (Sr.)


Att: 1 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Yards: 17 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Long: 17 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
TD: --

Jacob Hillyer (Sr.)


Catches: 2, 7X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 52 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Long: 32 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
TD: 1, 3X, last at Maryland (10/18/14)

Derrick Mitchell, Jr. (RS So.)


Att: 7 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 52 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 45 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TD: --

George Kittle (Jr.)


Catches: 3 at Purdue (11/9/13)
Yards: 62 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 47 vs. Missouri State (9/7/13)
TD: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)

Jonathan Parker (So.)


Att: 3, 3X, last at Illinois (11/15/14)
Yards: 58 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Long: 60 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
TD: 1 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)

Henry Krieger-Coble (Sr.)


Catches: 5, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 48 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
TDs: 1, 3X, last at Maryland (10/18/14)
Long: 29 at Iowa State (9/12/15)

Macon Plewa (Sr.)


Att: 1, 3X, last vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Yards: 7 at Purdue (11/9/13)
Long: 7 at Purdue (11/9/13)

Riley McCarron (Jr.)


Catches: 3 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 26 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TDs: 1 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Long: 25 at Iowa State (9/12/15)

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Jonathan Parker (So.)


Catches: 2 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Yards: 43 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Long: 34 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Macon Plewa (Sr.)
Catches: 2 at Illinois (11/15/14)
Yards: 19 at Illinois (11/15/14)
Long: 18 at Illinois (11/15/14)

Marcel Joly (RS Fr.)


Att: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Yards: 8 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Long: 8 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
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Matt VandeBerg (Jr.)


Catches: 9 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Yards: 114 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Long: 48 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
TD: 1, 3X, last at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Akrum Wadley (So.)
Catches: 1 at Minnesota (11/8/14)

DEFENSE
Nathan Bazata (So.)
Tackles: 4, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Solo: 3 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Asst: 3 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
TFL: 1.0, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Sack: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Blk: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
QH: 1 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
FR: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Bo Bower (So.)
Tackles: 7 vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
Solos: 3, 2X, last vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
Asst: 4 vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
Sacks: 1 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
TFL: 1 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
TFL: 1, 4X, last vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
INT: 1, 3X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
PB: 1, 2X, last vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
QH: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

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28 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

Sean Draper (Sr.)


Tackles: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)
Solos: 3 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)
Asst: 1, 5X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
INT: 1 at Maryland (10/18/14)
PB: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Faith Ekakitie (Jr.)
Tackles: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Assist: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TFL: 0.5 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
FR: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Cole Fisher (Sr.)
Tackles: 14 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Solos: 6 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Assist: 10 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Sack: 1, 3X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
TFL: 1, 4X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
PB: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
QH: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Maurice Fleming (Jr.)
Tackles: 5 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Solo: 4 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Asst: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
FF: 1 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)
PB: 2, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Anthony Gair (Jr.)
Tackles: 7 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Solos: 4 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Asst: 3 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
INT: 1 at Pittsburgh (9/20/14)
Jake Gervase (RS Fr.)
Tackles: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Asst: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Parker Hesse (RS Fr.)
Tackles: 6 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Solo: 2, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Assists: 4 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Sacks: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
TFL: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
QH: 1 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
FF: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Joshua Jackson (RS Fr.)
Tackles: 2 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Solo: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Asst: 2 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
PB: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Josey Jewell (So.)
Tackles: 14 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Solos: 7 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Asst: 7, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Sacks: 1 at Purdue (9/27/14)
TFL: 1 at Purdue (9/27/14)
INT: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
FR: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
PB: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)

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Jaleel Johnson (Jr.)


Tackles: 6 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Solo: 4 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Asst: 3, 3X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Sacks: 1, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
TFL: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
QH: 1, 4X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Desmond King (Jr.)
Tackles: 12 at Ohio State (10/19/13)
Solo: 10 at Ohio State (10/19/13)
Asst: 4, 4X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
INT: 2, 2X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
TFL: 1, 4X, last vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
FR: 1, 2X, last vs. Northwestern (10/26/13)
PB: 2, 2X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
QH: 1 vs. Michigan St. (10/5/13)
Drake Kulick (So.)
Tackles: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Solo: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Jordan Lomax (Sr.)
Tackles: 11, 2X, last vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Solo: 6, 2X, last vs. Nebraska (11/28/14)
Asst: 8 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
INT: 1 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
TFL: 1 at Illinois (11/15/14)
FF: 1 vs. Iowa State (9/13/14)
PB: 1, 9X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
QH: 1 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Greg Mabin (Jr.)
Tackles: 7, 2X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Solos: 5 vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
Asst: 5 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
TFL: 1, 2X, last vs. Wisconsin (11/22/14)
INT: 1, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
FR: 1, 2X, last vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
PB: 3 at Pittsburgh (9/20/14)
Nate Meier (Sr.)
Tackles: 10 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Solos: 5 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
Asst: 6 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Sack: 2 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
TFL: 2, 2X, last vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
QH: 2, 2X, last at Iowa State (9/12/15)
FF: 1 at Iowa State (9/12/15)
FR: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
PB: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Aaron Mends (RS Fr.)
Tackles: 2 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Solo: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Assts. 2 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)

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Ben Niemann (So.)


Tackles: 7 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Solos: 3 vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Asst: 5 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Sack: 1, 3X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Blk: 1 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
TFL: 2.5 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
PB: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
QH: 1 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Drew Ott (Sr.)
Tackles: 13 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Solos: 6 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Asst: 7 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Sacks: 2.5 at Maryland (10/18/14)
INT: 1 at Maryland (10/18/14)
TFL: 2.5, 3X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
PB: 1, 3X, last vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
FF: 1, 5X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
QH: 2, 3X, last vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Travis Perry (Sr.)
Tackles: 6 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Solos: 4 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Asst: 3, 3X, last vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
Sack: 1 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
TFL: 1 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
Brandon Snyder (RS Fr.)
Tackles: 3, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Solo: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Asst: 2, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Melvin Spears (Sr.)
Tackles: 3 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Solos: 2 at Minnesota (11/8/14)
Asst: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Miles Taylor (So.)
Tackles: 7, 2X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Solo: 5 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Asst: 4 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
PB: 1 at Wisconsin (10/3/15)
Kyle Terlouw (Jr.)
Tackles: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Solo: 1, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Asst: 1 vs. Illinois St. (9/5/15)
Kevin Ward (So.)
Tackles: 3 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Solo: 3 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
TFL: 1 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

Matt Nelson (RS Fr.)


Tackles: 2, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Solo: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Asst: 1, 2X, last at Wisconsin (10/3/15)

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

PUNT RETURNS

SPECIALISTS

Desmond King (Jr.)


Returns: 3 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 71 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 38 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

Mick Ellis (So.)


FGA: 1 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
PAT: 3 at Pittsburgh (9/20/14)

Riley McCarron (Jr.)


Returns: 3 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Yards: 13 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Long: 11 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Matt VandeBerg (Jr.)
Returns: 3, 3X, last vs. Nebraska (11/28/14)
Yards: 32 vs. Nebraska (11/28/14)
Long: 23 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)

KICKOFF RETURNS
Jordan Canzeri (Sr.)
Returns: 2, 3X, last vs. Iowa State (9/13/14)
Yards: 43 vs. Iowa State (9/13/14)
Long: 30 vs. Ball State (9/6/14)
Desmond King (Jr.)
Returns: 4 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Yards: 109 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long: 40 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

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Dillon Kidd (Sr.)


Punts: 8 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Yards: 327 vs. Indiana (10/11/14)
Avg: 55.7 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Long: 64 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Inside 20: 3, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Marshall Koehn (Sr.)
Punts: 1, 3X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Yards: 64 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
Inside 20: 1, 2X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Long Punt: 64 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
FG: 3 vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
FGA: 3, 2X, last vs. Illinois (10/10/15)
Long: 57 vs. Pittsburgh (9/19/15)
PAT: 6, 3X, last vs. North Texas (9/26/15)
Miguel Recinos (RS Fr.)
PAT: 2 vs. North Texas (9/26/15)

Henry Krieger-Coble (Sr.)


Returns: 1 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Yards: 26 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Long: 26 at Maryland (10/18/14)
Riley McCarron (Jr.)
Returns: 1 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Yards: 36 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Long: 36 at Purdue (9/27/14)
Jonathan Parker (So.)
Returns: 5, 2X, last vs. Nebraska (11/28/14)
Yards: 105 vs. Nebraska (11/28/14)
Long: 54 vs. Northwestern (11/1/14)
Macon Plewa (Sr.)
Returns: 1, 3X, last vs. Tennessee (1/2/15)
Yards: 36 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)
Long: 36 vs. W. Michigan (9/21/13)
Matt VandeBerg (Jr.)
Returns: 2 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
Yards: 32 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)
Long: 23 vs. Northern Iowa (8/30/14)

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28 Bowl Games

Superlatives Under Coach Ferentz

11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

MOST POINTS
1. 62 vs. Northwestern................................11-9-02

62 vs. North Texas................................9-25-15
2. 59 vs. Northwestern..............................11-10-01

59 vs. Western Michigan.........................9-21-13
4. 57 vs. Akron............................................8-31-02
5. 56 vs. Ball State.........................................9-3-05

56 vs. Buffalo.............................................9-6-03

MOST RUSHING YARDS


1. 376 vs. Akron..........................................8-31-02
2. 365 vs. Minnesota.................................11-16-02
3. 318 at Purdue.........................................11-9-13
4. 304 at Illinois.........................................11-15-14
5. 301 vs. Illinois..........................................10-1-05
6. 300 vs. Utah State...................................9-21-02
7. 298 vs. Missouri State...............................9-7-13

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 at Purdue...........................................11-9-13

28 vs. Louisiana-Monroe.........................9-24-11

28 vs. Ball State.......................................9-26-10

28 at Indiana.........................................10-11-08

28 vs. Minnesota...................................11-19-05

28 vs. Buffalo.............................................9-6-03

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED
1. 5 vs. Syracuse............................................9-8-07
2. 6 vs. Eastern Illinois...................................9-4-10

6 at Minnesota......................................11-22-08

6 vs. Penn State.....................................10-23-04
5. 8 vs. Ball State.........................................9-26-10

8 vs. Arizona............................................9-19-09
7. 9 vs. Georgia Tech.....................................1-5-10

9 vs. Penn State.....................................10-25-03

9 vs. Western Michigan...........................9-21-13

9 at Purdue..............................................9-27-14

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS
1. 60 vs. Kent State........................................9-4-04

60 at Iowa State......................................9-14-13
3. 59 vs. Northwestern..............................11-10-01
4. 58 vs. Missouri State.................................9-7-13

58 vs. Western Michigan.........................9-21-13
6. 56 vs. Minnesota...................................11-16-02
7. 55 at Illinois...........................................11-15-14
8. 53 vs. Minnesota...................................11-17-01
9. 52 at Purdue...........................................11-9-13
10. 51 at Indiana.........................................10-11-08

51 vs. Penn State...................................10-25-03

51 at Purdue...........................................9-27-14

51 vs. Illinois.......................................10-10-15

FEWEST RUSHING ATT., OPPONENT
1. 17 by Miami (Ohio)...................................9-7-02
2. 19 by Kent State........................................9-4-05
3. 20 by Michigan State.............................10-30-10

20 by Michigan......................................10-26-02

20 by Utah State......................................9-21-02

20 by Texas Tech....................................11-29-01

20 by Western Michigan.........................9-21-13

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

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MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED


1 61 vs. Indiana........................................10-23-99
2. 56 at Maryland......................................10-18-14
3. 55 vs. Florida.............................................1-1-06

55 vs. Ball State.........................................9-6-14
5. 51 vs. Minnesota...................................11-20-99
6. 48 vs. Pittsburgh......................................9-17-11
7. 47 vs. Michigan State............................11-12-11
8. 46 vs. Michigan State..............................10-5-13

46 vs. Purdue..........................................11-6-04
10. 45 vs. Oklahoma...................................12-30-11

45 vs. Ohio State...................................10-30-99

MOST PASSES COMPLETED
1. 36 vs. Indiana..........................................9-30-99
2. 35 vs. Ball State.........................................9-6-14
3. 32 vs. Florida.............................................1-1-06

32 at Maryland......................................10-18-14
5. 31 vs. Pittsburgh......................................9-17-11

31 vs. Northern Iowa..............................8-30-14
7. 30 vs. Indiana..........................................9-30-00
8. 29 vs. Ohio State...................................10-30-99
9. 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

14 by Northwestern..............................10-26-13

14 by Minnesota.....................................11-8-14

14 by Wisconsin....................................11-22-14
7. 15 by Nebraska.........................................9-4-99
8. 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 by LSU....................................................1-1-14

7 by Indiana ..........................................10-11-14
8. 8 by Nebraska.......................................11-23-12

8 by Ball State.........................................9-26-10
10. 9 by Maine..............................................8-30-08

9 by Penn State.....................................11-13-04

9 by Minnesota.....................................10-23-04

9 by Northwestern..................................11-1-14

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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. 72 at Purdue...........................................9-27-14
7. 73 vs. Minnesota...................................11-20-04
8. 75 vs. Northwestern................................11-1-14
9. 79 vs. Syracuse..........................................9-8-07
10. 82 vs. LSU..................................................1-1-14
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. 587 at Illinois.........................................11-14-14
5. 562 vs. Ball State.....................................9-26-10
6. 552 vs. Indiana......................................10-23-99
7. 546 at Minnesota..................................11-18-06
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED
1. 103 vs. Syracuse........................................9-8-07
2. 110 vs. Kent State......................................9-4-04
3. 112 vs. Ball State.....................................9-26-10
4. 134 at Minnesota..................................11-22-08
5. 144 vs. Montana.......................................9-2-06

144 vs. Ball State.......................................9-3-05

PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. OF 4)
1. 51.5 vs. W. Michigan.................................9-9-00
2. 51.0 vs. Arizona.......................................9-19-09
3. 50.2 vs. Penn State..................................11-4-00
4. 50.0 vs. Wisconsin.................................11-13-99
5. 49.2 vs. LSU...............................................1-1-05
6. 49.0 vs. Miami (Ohio)................................9-7-02
MOST TIME OF POSSESION
1. 41:53 vs. Kent State..................................9-4-04
2. 38:42 vs. Northern Illinois.........................9-1-12
3. 38:27 vs. Michigan................................10-26-02
4. 38:18 vs. Missouri State............................9-7-13
5. 38:07 at Indiana....................................10-11-08
6. 38:03 at Iowa State.................................9-14-13
7. 37:56 vs. Arizona.....................................9-19-09
8. 37:37 at Minnesota...............................11-22-08
9. 37:36 vs. Nebraska................................11-28-14
10. 36:11 vs. Western Michigan....................9-21-13

36:11 vs. Illinois.......................................11-1-03
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2015 Iowa Game Summaries

28 Bowl Games

11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 31, Illinois State 14


Sept. 5, 2015, Kinnick Stadium -- Iowa City, Iowa
Illinois State 0 0 0 14
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14
Iowa
7 10
7 7
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31
GAME RECAP
Iowa scored the games first 31 points en route to a 3114 season-opening victory over Illinois State at Kinnick
Stadium.
In his second career start, first at home, QB C.J. Beathard
accounted for three touchdowns (two rushing and one
passing), while throwing for 211 yards (15-of-24). Beathard
scored on runs of six and one yard, while completing a
9-yard score to WR Matt VandeBerg. Beathard became the
first Hawkeye quarterback to rush for two TDs and pass for
another in a game since Brad Banks at Minnesota in 2002.
The Hawkeyes dominated the game in the trenches,
rushing 44 times for 210 yards offensively, and collecting 10
tackles for loss, including five first-half sacks, defensively.
RB LeShun Daniels and RB Jordan Canzeri led the Hawkeyes
offensively, combining for 241 all-purpose yards. Daniels
led the Hawkeye ground attack rushing for 123 yards on 26
attempts. Canzeri had a game-best 90 yards receiving on
four catches, while also rushing for 28 yards and a TD on
five carries.
Iowa took a 17-0 lead into halftime after PK Marshall
Koehn split the uprights from 40 yards as time expired in
the second quarter. The field goal followed rushing scores
from Beathard (six yards) and Canzeri (five yards) earlier in
the half. Canzeris score capped off a 12-play, 99-yard drive
-- Iowas first 99-yard TD drive since its game at Miami (OH)
in 2002.
The only scoring in the third quarter was VandeBergs
9-yard reception. Beathard closed out the Hawkeye scoring
with a one-yard plunge midway through the fourth quarter.
Illinois State added two late touchdowns against the
Hawkeyes second unit.
The Hawkeye defense was in the Illinois State backfield
applying pressure most of the afternoon. DE Drew Ott had
two sacks for a combined loss of 20 yards. DE Nate Meier had
two tackles for loss, including a sack, while LB Ben Niemann
had 2.5 tackles for loss, including a sack. LB Cole Fisher led
the team with eight total tackles. DT Nathan Bazata had a
sack and blocked Illinois States 50-yard field goal attempt.
As a unit, the Hawkeyes held the Redbirds to 35 yards
rushing on 28 attempts, including zero yards on 15 carries
in the first half.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
IA -- C.J. Beathard, 6-yard run (Koehn kick)
Second Quarter
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 5-yard run (Koehn kick)
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 40-yard field goal
Third Quarter
IA -- Matt VandeBerg, 9-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
Fourth Quarter
IA -- C.J. Beathard, 1-yard run (Koehn kick)
ILST -- Brady Tibbits, 1-yard pass from Jake Kolbe (Slattery kick)
ILST -- Anthony Warrum, 22-yard pass from Jake Kolbe (Slattery kick)
Attendance: 59,450
IOWA
22
44-210
221
16-25-0
69-431
2-47.0
1-1
5-51
32:28

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

ILL ST
14
28-35
196
16-27-0
55-231
5-34.2
1-0
2-10
27:32

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Daniels 26-123; Canzeri 5-28
ILST: Coprich 13-32; Tibbits 1-4
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 15-24-211, 1 TD, 0 INT
ILST: Roberson 5-12-49, 0 TD, 0 INT; Kolbe 11-15-147, 2 TD, 0 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: VandeBerg 6-59; Canzeri 4-90
ILST: Coprich 4-33; Warrum 3-58; Gibbs 1-52
TACKLES:
IOWA: Fisher 8; Meier 6; Mabin 5; Lomax 5
ILST: Glass 8; Meehan 7; Kocour 7; Corwin 7

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 31, Iowa State 17


Sept. 12, 2015, Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, Iowa
Iowa
Iowa State

GAME RECAP

3 7 7 14
--
31
3 14
0 0
--
17

Iowa scored 21 unanswered second-half points to record a


31-17 come-from-behind road victory over Iowa State at Jack
Trice Stadium and reclaim possession of the Cy-Hawk Trophy.
The Hawkeyes were led offensively by QB C.J. Beathard,
RB Jordan Canzeri, and WR Matt VandeBerg. Canzeri rushed
a career-high 24 times for 124 yards and a TD. VandeBerg
posted career highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards
(114), while also scoring a TD. Beathard rushed 10 times
for 77 yards, including a career-long rush of 57 yards, while
also completing 15-of-25 passes for 215 yards and a careerhigh three touchdowns. Beathards efforts earned the junior
signal caller Manning Quarterback of the Week and Co-Big
Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors.
After each team posted a field goal in the first quarter,
the Cyclones grabbed a 10-3 advantage with an 11-yard
touchdown pass from QB Sam Richardson to Quenton
Bundrage. The Hawkeyes evened the score two possessions
later with a 14-yard WR Tevaun Smith scoring reception to
culminate a 93-yard drive.
Iowa State took a 17-10 lead into halftime after a 29-yard
scoring reception by Jauan Wesley.
The Hawkeyes controlled the second half, scoring three
touchdowns and allowing Iowa State only 66 total yards on
31 plays.
VandeBerg recovered a TE Henry Krieger-Coble fumble on
Iowa States 3-yard line and crossed the goal line to tie the
game in the third period. Riley McCarron then scored the
game-winning TD, the first score of his career, on a 25-yard
pass from Beathard in the back corner of the end zone with
2:14 remaining in the contest. Canzeri tallied Iowas final
score on an 8-yard scamper following Desmond Kings first
interception of the season.
Iowas defense collected six tackles for loss, including
four sacks by four different players. The Hawkeyes limited
the Cyclones to 63 yards rushing on 27 attempts (2.3 avg.).
DE Nate Meier and LB Josey Jewell each registered seven
tackles. In addition to the interception, King had five tackles.
Iowas DE Drew Ott and RB LeShun Daniels left the game
in the first and second quarters, respectively, and did not
return due to injury.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 49-yard field goal
ISU -- Cole Netten, 37-yard field goal
Second Quarter
ISU - Quenton Bundrage, 11-yard pass from Sam Richardson (Netten kick)
IA -- Tevaun Smith, 14-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
ISU -- Jauan Wesley, 29-yard pass from Sam Richardson (Netten kick)
Third Quarter
IA -- Matt VandeBerg, 3-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
Fourth Quarter
IA -- Riley McCarron, 25-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 8-yard run (Koehn kick)
Attendance: 61,500
IOWA
22
45-260
215
15-25-0
70-475
5-47.4
2-1
6-50
33:22

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

ISU
18
27-63
247
19-35-1
62-310
7-44.4
1-0
4-45
26:38

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Canzeri 24-124; Beathard 10-77
ISU: Ryen 4-23; Brown 9-19
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 15-25-215, 3 TD, 0 INT
ISU: Richardson 19-35-247, 2 TD, 1 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: VandeBerg 9-114, Krieger-Coble 2-34; Smith 2-23
ISU: Lazard 7-71; Wesley 4-76; Daley 2-10
TACKLES:
IOWA: Meier 7; Jewell 7; King 5; Taylor 5; Johnson 5
ISU: Cotton-Moya 9; Jones 8; Harris 7; Pierson 7; Floyd 7

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 27, Pittsburgh 24


Sept. 19, 2015, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa
Pittsburgh
0
7
10
7 -- 24
Iowa
3
14
0
10 -- 27

GAME RECAP
Marshall Koehn drilled a 57-yard field goal as time expired
to lift Iowa to a 27-24 triumph over Pittsburgh in Kinnick
Stadium. The 57-yard field goal is the second longest in
school history and tied a Kinnick Stadium record.
Koehns kick marked the first time the Hawkeyes won a
game with a field goal as time expired since Rob Houghtlin
made a 41-yard game-winning kick in the 1986 Holiday Bowl
to beat San Diego State, 39-38.
The victory marked the Hawkeyes first 3-0 start in six
seasons (2009).
C.J. Beathard improved to 4-0 as Iowas starting
quarterback after posting career bests in completions (27),
pass attempts (40), and passing yards (258). He also rushed
for a 9-yard score in the second quarter.
With Iowa leading 10-0 after a Koehn 43-yard field goal
and Beathards score, Pittsburgh cut the deficit to 10-7 after
Scott Orndorff caught a 15-yard scoring reception one play
after an Iowa turnover. Iowa extended its advantage to 17-7
with 44 seconds remaining before halftime with a Jordan
Canzeri 4-yard run -- his first of two scores of the night.
The visitors evened the score with 10 special-teams points
in the third period, via a Chris Blewitt 48-yard field goal and
a 28-yard return by Pat Amara following a blocked punt.
Canzeri (1-yard run) and Pittsburghs Tyler Boyd (8-yard
reception) exchanged touchdowns in the fourth period
before Koehns heroics. The winning field goal was set up
after the Hawkeyes drove 31 yards in the final 52 seconds
after the Panthers had tied the score. It marked the second
straight week that Beathard engineered a fourth quarter
game-winning drive.
WR Matt VandeBerg (45 yards) and Canzeri (30 yards)
each caught seven balls, while Canzeri also rushed for a
game-high 49 yards on 12 carries.
Defensively, CB Desmond King had a career-best two
interceptions, both in the first quarter, to go along with
eight tackles. One of Kings thefts came in the end zone to
thwart a Panther scoring threat. LB Cole Fisher (12) and DB
Jordan Lomax (11) posted double-digit tackles.
Koehns two field goals, along with his first career punt
of 64-yards, earned the senior placekicker Big Ten Special
Teams Player of the Week honors.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 43-yard field goal
Second Quarter
IA -- C.J. Beathard, 9-yard run (Koehn kick)
PITT -- Scott Orndorff, 15-yard pass from Nathan Peterman (Blewitt kick)
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 4-yard run (Koehn kick)
Third Quarter
PITT -- Chris Blewitt, 48-yard field goal
PITT -- Pat Amara, 28-yard blocked punt return (Blewitt kick)
Fourth Quarter
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 1-yard run (Koehn kick)
PITT -- Tyler Boyd, 8-yard pass from Nathan Peterman (Blewitt kick)
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 57-yard field goal
Attendance: 63,636
PITT
15
27-55
227
21-31-2
58-282
4-39.2
0-0
3-35
27:18

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

IOWA
22
29-105
258
27-40-1
69-363
5-46.2
0-0
5-50
32:42

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Canzeri 12-49; Beathard 8-39
PITT: Hall 14-38; Ollison 4-17
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 27-40-258, 0 TD, 1 INT
PITT: Peterman 20-29-219, 2 TD, 2 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: VandeBerg 7-45; Canzeri 7-30; Krieger-Coble 5-48
PITT: Boyd 10-131; Holtz 3-37; Ford 2-33
TACKLES:
IOWA: Fisher 12; Lomax 11; King 8
PITT: Whitehead 16; Webb 10; Maddoz 9

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 62, North Texas 16


Sept. 26, 2015, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa
North Texas
0
13
3
0 -- 16
Iowa
14
21
13
14 -- 62

GAME RECAP
Jordan Canzeri tied a school record with four rushing
touchdowns to lead Iowa to a convincing 62-16 victory over
North Texas at Kinnick Stadium. The 62 points scored were
the most by a Hawkeye team in 13 seasons.
Canzeri scored on runs of one, three, 10 and 16 yards
to become the sixth Hawkeye running back to score four
rushing touchdowns in a single game. The senior finished
the game with 115 rushing yards on 22 carries.
Quarterback C.J. Beathard also had a stellar performance
directing the offense, completing 18-of-21 passes for a
career-high 278 yards and two touchdowns. Beathard
connected on his first 15 pass attempts, becoming the first
Big Ten quarterback to complete his first 15 pass attempts
in a game since Wisconsins Russell Wilson in 2011 (16-of16).
Canzeri scored three of his four touchdowns in the first
half, while Iowas other two scores came via receptions
of 43 and 81 yards by George Kittle and Tevaun Smith,
respectively. Smiths 81-yard strike was Iowas longest from
scrimmage since an 85-yard score for Jake Duzey from Jake
Rudock in 2013 at Ohio State. Smith finished the contest
with a career-high 115 yards receiving on four catches.
Iowa scored 13 points or more in each quarter and tallied
a season-high 35 points in the first half.
After yielding a field goal on the opening drive of the
second half, the Hawkeyes put on exclamation mark on the
win with four unanswered touchdowns. Two of the final
four touchdowns came via interception returns of 34 yards
(Josey Jewell) and 88 yards (Bo Bower). It marked the first
time Iowa recorded two pick-sixes in a game since 2013
against Western Michigan (B.J. Lowery). Bowers 88-yard
return is the seventh longest return in school history.
Desmond King had a career day on special teams, returning
a total of six kicks for 180 yards. King returned four kickoffs
for 109 yards and two punts for 71 yards.
Linebackers Cole Fisher and Jewell led the squad, each
totaling nine tackles. DT Nathan Bazata had a career-high
four tackles to go along with his first career fumble recovery.
Iowa closed the nonconference portion of its schedule
4-0, marking the fourth time under Kirk Ferentz that the
Hawkeyes have started a season 4-0.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 16-yard run (Koehn kick)
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 10-yard run (Koehn kick)
Second Quarter
NT -- Trevor Moore, 38-yard field goal
IA -- George Kittle, 43-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
IA -- Tevaun Smith, 81-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
NT -- Trevor Moore, 38-yard field goal
NT -- Chris Loving, 6-yard pass from Carlos Harris (Moore kick)
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 3-yard run (Koehn kick)
Third Quarter
NT -- Trevor Moore, 31-yard field goal
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 1-yard run (Koehn kick)
IA -- Josey Jewell, 34-yard interception return (PAT attempt failed)
Fourth Quarter
IA -- Akrum Wadley, 2-yard run (Recinos kick)
IA -- Bo Bower, 88-yard interception return (Recinos kick)
Attendance: 56,041
NT
22
45-183
173
17-43-2
88-356
8-47.4
1-1
8-62
28:15

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

IOWA
23
43-210
278
19-22-0
65-488
3-42.0
2-2
4-24
31:45

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Canzeri 22-115; Mitchell 7-52
NT: Wilson 14-74; Jimmerson 15-66
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 18-21-278, 2 TD, 0 INT
NT: Mcnulty 14-36-137, 0 TD, 1 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: Smith 4-115; McCarron 3-26; VandeBerg 3-24
NT: Harris 5-43; Loving 3-37; Smith 3-22
TACKLES:
IOWA: Fisher 9; Jewell 9; Gair 7
NT: Gray 11; Mcclain 10; Scott 8; Wallace 8

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 10, #18/19 Wisconsin 6


Oct. 3, 2015, Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
Iowa
0 10
0 0
--
10
Wisconsin
3
0
3
0 -- 6

GAME RECAP
Iowa forced four turnovers and held No. 18/19 Wisconsin
without a touchdown in a 10-6 win at Camp Randall Stadium.
The victory is Iowas fifth straight to start the season and
gives the Hawkeyes possession of the Heartland Trophy.
It also marked Iowas first road triumph over a ranked
opponent since a 38-28 win over No. 24 Michigan in 2010.
Thirteen of the 16 points in the contest, including the
final 13 points, were scored following turnovers. Wisconsin
scored its only first-half points on its opening possession
when PK Rafael Gaglianone converted a 46-yard field goal.
Iowa, who has won consecutive games in Madison and
won four of its last five visits since 2004, stopped two
Badger drives in the second quarter with a CB Desmond
King interception and a DE Nate Meier fumble recovery -both in Wisconsin territory that resulted in points.
TE George Kittle scored his second touchdown in as
many weeks with a 1-yard reception from QB C.J. Beathard
following Kings first of two interceptions. PK Marshall
Koehn connected from 33 yards after Meier recovered a
fumble forced by DE Drew Ott.
King collected his second pick of the game on the Badgers
opening possession of the second half. The only points of
the second half came on Gaglianones second field goal (46
yards) following a Beathard interception in Iowa territory.
Iowas defense held Wisconsin out of the red zone until
its final two possessions of the game. With Wisconsin
trailing 10-6 and on Iowas 1-yard line, Badger QB Joel Stave
fumbled and Iowa DT Faith Ekakitie recovered on the 4-yard
line to maintain the four-point advantage.
The Badgers drove to Iowas 16-yard line on their final
possession before failing to convert fourth down with 36
seconds remaining.
Jordan Canzeri rushed a career-high 26 times for 125
yards. Beathard completed 9-of-21 passes for 77 yards, with
Matt VandeBerg catching six of the nine targets for 61 yards.
Linebackers Cole Fisher (14) and Josey Jewell (10) were
credited with double-digit tackles. King, in addition to the
two thefts, had nine tackles and two pass break-ups and
was recognized as Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week.
Iowas 10 points marks the fewest by any team in a win at
Wisconsin since the Hawkeyes won by the identical score in 1991.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
UW -- Rafael Gaglianone, 46-yard field goal
Second Quarter
IA -- George Kittle, 1-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 33-yard field goal
Third Quarter
UW -- Rafael Gaglianone, 46-yard field goal
Attendance: 80,933
IOWA
14
40-144
77
9-21-1
61-221
5-41.2
2-1
6-54
29:14

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

WIS
21
34-86
234
21-38-2
72-320
4-31.0
3-2
8-90
30:46

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Canzeri 26-125; Beathard 9-12
UW: Deal 15-59; Ogunbowale 11-28
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 9-21-77, 1 TD, 1 INT
UW: Stave 21-38-234, 0 TD, 2 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: VandeBerg 6-61; Canzeri 1-14
UW: Ogunbowale 4-43; Wheelwright 4-33; Erickson 3-30
TACKLES:
IOWA: Fisher 14; Jewell 10; King 9; Lomax 8
UW: Biegel 9; Schobert 8; Orr 8; Hillary 8

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11 Big Ten Championships

22 Consensus All-Americans

Iowa 29, Illinois 20


Oct. 10, 2015, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa
Illinois
7
0
6
7 -- 20
Iowa
6
10
7
6 -- 29

GAME RECAP
Jordan Canzeri rushed a school-record 43 times for
256 yards and had two touchdowns (one rush and one
receiving) to lift Iowa to a 29-20 homecoming victory at
Kinnick Stadium. The 256 yards on the ground rank third
best in school annals.
Iowa grabbed an early 6-0 lead after C.J. Beathard
connected with TE George Kittle for a 21-yard touchdown
pass; the PAT attempt failed. Illinois answered on its next
possession with a KeShawn Vaughn 4-yard scoring run to
grab an early 7-6 advantage. The rushing score was the first
Iowas defense allowed in six games -- the Hawkeyes were
the last FBS team to yield a rushing score in 2015.
Iowa scored 10 second-quarter points on a Canzeri 17yard reception and a Marshall Koehn 19-yard field goal to
take a 16-7 lead into the locker room.
The visitors closed the gap to 16-13 after Taylor Zalewski
field goals of 37 and 40 yards, but Iowa closed the third
quarter with a Canzeri 75-yard touchdown run to make the
score 23-13. The 75-yard run is the longest scoring run by
a Hawkeye since Shonn Greene had a 75-yarder against
Purdue in 2008.
Illinois scored its final points on a 53-yard scoring strike
from QB Wes Lunt to WR Geronimo Allison with 10:13 left
in the fourth quarter.
Iowa preserved the win with a pair of Koehn field goals (34
and 40 yards). The Hawkeyes final three points -- making
the game a two-possession game with 2:11 remaining -was sparked by a LB Josey Jewell fumble recovery in Illinois
territory, which was forced by DE Parker Hesse.
Beathard completed 15-of-31 passes for 200 yards and
two touchdowns to remain perfect as a starter, winning his
first seven games dating back to last season. WR Jerminic
Smith had four of those catches for a personal-best 118
yards. Smith becomes the first Hawkeye true freshman to
record 100 yards receiving in a single-game.
In addition to the fumble recovery, Jewell led the squad
with 12 tackles.
Iowas sixth straight win to open the season results in the
Hawkeyes being bowl eligible for the 14th time in the last
15 seasons.

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SCORING SUMMARY
First Quarter
IA -- George Kittle, 21-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (PAT attempt failed)
ILL -- KeShawn Vaughn, 4-yard run (Zalewski kick)
Second Quarter
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 17-yard pass from C.J. Beathard (Koehn kick)
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 19-yard field goal
Third Quarter
ILL -- Taylor Zalewski, 37-yard field goal
ILL -- Taylor Zalewski, 40-yard field goal
IA -- Jordan Canzeri, 75-yard run (Koehn kick)
Fourth Quarter
ILL -- Geronimo Allison, 53-yard pass from Wes Lunt (Zalewski kick)
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 34-yard field goal
IA -- Marshall Koehn, 40-yard field goal
Attendance: 66,693
ILL
20
24-46
317
25-43-1
67-363
6-42.2
1-1
5-45
24:09

TEAM STATS
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Com-Att-Int
Total Offense
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time

IOWA
23
51-278
200
15-31-0
82-478
6-43.3
0-0
6-80
35:51

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
RUSHING:
IOWA: Canzeri 43-256; Beathard 5-29
ILL: Vaughn 19-67
PASSING:
IOWA: Beathard 15-31-200, 2 TD, 0 INT
ILL: Lunt 25-42-317, 1 TD, 0 INT
RECEIVING:
IOWA: J. Smith 4-118; Kriger-Coble 5-32; Canzeri 2-15
ILL: Allison 8-148; Vaughn 4-49; Turner 3-53
TACKLES:
IOWA: Jewell 12; Johnson 6; Lomax 6
ILL: Neal 14; Ward 11; Fejedelem 9; Monheim 9

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2015 Iowa Football Numerical Roster


No. Name....................... Pos.
1 * Marshall Koehn....................PK
2 Mick Ellis ^............................. K
2 Brandon Bishop...................WR
3 Jay Scheel...........................WR
4 *** Tevaun Smith ^....................WR
4 Jacob Black..........................DB
5 Omar Truitt...........................DB
5 Ronald Nash.......................WR
6 Emmanuel Ogwo.................WR
7 *** Sean Draper ^......................DB
7 Colten Rastetter..................... P
8 Tyler Wiegers...................... QB
8 Isaiah Kramme.....................DB
9 Jerminic Smith.....................WR
10 Jonathan Parker..................WR
11 Ryan Boyle.......................... QB
11 Michael Ojemudia................DB
12 ** Anthony Gair........................DB
13 * Greg Mabin..........................DB
14 ** Desmond King ^...................DB
14 Connor Keane.....................WR
15 Joshua Jackson...................DB
16 ** C.J. Beathard...................... QB
16 * Dillon Kidd.............................. P
17 *** Jacob Hillyer........................WR
17 Ryan Schmidt...................... QB
18 Drew Cook.......................... QB
19 * Miles Taylor ^........................DB
20 Andrew Stone......................WR
21 Justin Jinning....................... LB
22 Angelo Garbutt..................... LB
22 John Milani...........................DB
23 Eric Graham.........................RB
25 Akrum Wadley......................RB
26 Marcel Joly...........................RB
26 Kevin Ward...........................DB
27 *** Jordan Lomax......................DB
28 ** Maurice Fleming...................DB

No. Name....................... Pos.


29 LeShun Daniels, Jr. ^...........RB
29 Nick Wilson.......................... LB
30 Jake Gervase.......................DB
30 Steve Manders..................... FB
31 Aaron Mends........................ LB
32 Derrick Mitchell, Jr................RB
33 *** Jordan Canzeri.....................RB
34 ** Nate Meier ^.........................DE
36 *** Cole Fisher........................ OLB
37 Brandon Snyder...................DB
38 * Adam Cox............................ FB
39 *** Travis Perry.......................... LB
40 Parker Hesse.......................DE
41 * Bo Bower.............................. LB
41 Austin Kelly.......................... FB
42 ** Macon Plewa........................ FB
43 * Josey Jewell...................... OLB
44 * Ben Niemann ^..................... LB
45 Drake Kulick......................... FB
45 Eric Grimm........................... LB
46 ** George Kittle........................ TE
47 Lane Akre............................. FB
48 Jack Hockaday..................... LB
49 Melvin Spears......................DE
50 Jacob Sobotka..................... LB
50 Jackson Subbert.................. LS
51 Drake Dunker....................... LB
52 * Boone Myers........................OL
52 Brady Ross........................... LB
53 Garret Jansen...................... DL
54 Steve Ferentz.......................OL
56 Faith Ekakitie........................ DL
57 Jake Newborg......................OL
58 * Eric Simmons.......................OL
59 Ross Reynolds.....................OL
60 Jacob Giese......................... DL
61 Kyle Terlouw......................... DL
63 *** Austin Blythe........................OL
64 * Cole Croston........................OL

No. Name....................... Pos.


65 *** Jordan Walsh.......................OL
66 Levi Paulsen.........................OL
67 * Jaleel Johnson..................... DL
68 Landan Paulsen...................OL
69 Keegan Render....................OL
70 Lucas LeGrand.....................OL
71 Brett Waechter.....................OL
72 Brant Gressel....................... DL
73 * Ryan Ward...........................OL
74 Mitch Keppy.........................OL
75 * Ike Boettger..........................OL
76 Dalton Ferguson...................OL
77 Daniel Gaffey....................... DL
78 James Daniels......................OL
79 * Sean Welsh..........................OL
80 *** Henry Krieger Coble.............TE
81 Jon Wisnieski....................... TE
82 Adrian Falconer...................WR
83 ** Riley McCarron...................WR
84 Andre Harris........................WR
85 Nate Vejvoda........................ TE
86 Peter Pekar.......................... TE
87 *** Jake Duzey.......................... TE
88 Jake Hulett........................... DL
89 ** Matt VandeBerg ^................WR
90 Sam Brincks.........................DE
91 Brady Reiff........................... DL
91 Miguel Recinos....................... K
92 Jameer Outsey.....................TE
93 Terrence Harris.....................DE
94 Michael Slater......................DE
95 ** Drew Ott ^............................ DL
96 Matt Nelson..........................DE
97 ** Darian Cooper...................... DL
97 * Tyler Kluver.......................... LS
98 Anthony Nelson....................DE
98 Nate Wieting......................... TE
99 Nathan Bazata..................... DL

* - - indicates letters won
^ - - redshirt year still available