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TABLE OF CONTENTS/CREDITS Table of Contents Facts/Information/Contents __________ 1-2 President Sally Mason _________________3 Director of Athletics Gary Barta __________4 Head Coach Kirk Ferentz _____________ 5-7 Coaching Staff ____________________ 8-21 Football Support Staff _____________ 22-23 2012 Iowa Roster _________________ 24-29 2012 Depth Chart ____________________30 2012 Season Preview ______________ 31-35 2012 Preseason Notes _____________ 37-39 2012 Pronunciation Guide _____________39 2012 Squad Information ___________ 39-40 2012 Hawkeye Returnee Bios _______ 41-72 2012 Hawkeye Newcomer Bios ______ 73-75 2011 Statistics & Review ____________ 76-86 2011 Big Ten and NCAA Rankings _______87 2011 Honors and Awards ___________ 88-89 2011 Final Notes __________________ 90-92 2011 Game Summaries ____________ 93-98 Opponent SID Directory ______________99 2012 Opponents________________ 100-103 Iowa Football History ____________ 104-107 Overtime Games/Night Games ________107

Annual Statistics ________________ 108-110 All-Time Coaches Records ____________111 All-Time Series Results ___________ 112-118 Day-By-Day Results__________________119 Homecoming Results ________________120 Iowa Bowl Recaps/Results ________ 121-133 Iowa Bowl Records __________________134 Iowa In The National Rankings_____ 135-137 Heisman Trophy ____________________138 Retired Numbers ___________________139 National & Big Ten Awards ________ 140-141 Consensus All-Americans _________ 142-143 Hall of Fame _______________________144 Iowa’s All-Time Team_________________145 All-Americans __________________ 146-147 Academic Honors _______________ 148-149 All-Big Ten Teams _______________ 150-151 Iowa MVPs/Captains _____________ 152-153 NFL Draft ______________________ 154-156 Hawkeyes in the Super Bowl __________156 Active Pro Players ___________________157 All-Time Players in the NFL ________ 158-159 All-Star Games _________________ 160-161

Iowa TV Appearances ____________ 162-163 Traditions _________________________164 All-Time Scores _________________ 165-171 Yearly Record __________________ 172-173 Lettermen _____________________ 174-180 Kinnick Stadium ____________________181 Attendance/Largest Crowds __________182 Kinnick Stadium Records _____________183 Individual Records ______________ 184-185 Team Records __________________ 186-187 Individual Bests ________________ 188-193 Team Bests ____________________ 194-195 Year-By-Year Leaders ____________ 196-198 Longest Plays __________________ 199-200 Hawkeye Visions ____________________201 Media Information ______________ 202-203 Media Outlets ______________________204 Media Directory ____________________205 2012 Composite Big Ten Schedule _____206 2012 Hawkeye Huddles ______________206 Big Ten Conference __________________207 Iowa Athletic Communications ________208

Credits Publisher: The University of Iowa Athletic Department

Printer: Cedar Graphics, Hiawatha, Iowa.

Editors: Steve Roe, Traci Wagner and Theresa Walenta

To Order: Media guides are available from Herky’s Locker Room. For more information call Herky’s Locker Room, 319-338-2144.

Design: Matt Ellison, Art Director Mindy Gardner, Asst. Director Contributors: Matt Weitzel, Aaron Blau, Chris Brewer, James Allan, Darren Miller and Patrick Sojka Photographers: Linda Edge-Dunlap, Miranda Meyer and Mike Stenerson, University Photographic Service; Darren Miller, UI Director of New Media; Valica Boudry, Tom Jorgensen, Tim Schoon, Rachel Zucker, University Relations Photographic Unit; Darren Miller; Chris Donahue; Bob Rasmus; Atlas Sports Group; Peter Lorber. NFL photos provided by: Vernon Cheek, Indianapolis Colts; John H. Reid, III; Evan Pinkus Photography; Shawn Hubbard, Baltimore Ravens; Harry Scull, Jacksonville Jaguars; Don Wright; Donn Jones; Rick A. Kolodziej, Minnesota Vikings; Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots and Arizona Cardinals Football Club. Also, thanks to additional NFL teams who provided photographs of former Iowa players. IFC photos of Dallas Clark and Bob Sanders courtesy of AFP/Getty Images. Senior Bowl photos courtesy of Courtland Richards/Senior Bowl.

Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement The mission of the Department of Athletics is to provide the administrative and coaching support, facilities, resources, and equipment necessary for student athletes to graduate from The University of Iowa while participating in broad-based championship-caliber athletic competition. The overall well-being of the participant and the integrity of the program will be paramount in all that we do. University of Iowa Nondiscrimination Statement The University of Iowa does not discriminate in employment or in its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or veteran status. The University also affirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities and equal access to University facilities without reference to affectional or associational preference. For additional information on nondiscrimination policies, contact the Coordinator of Title IX, Section 504, and the ADA in the Office of Affirmative Action, telephone (319) 335-0705, 202 Jesup Hall, the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 52242-1316.

On The Covers The outside front cover features (l-r) senior center James Ferentz, senior quarterback James Vandenberg and senior defensive back Micah Hyde. The inside front and back covers feature former Hawkeye players who are currently active in the NFL, including 2012 first round draft selection Riley Reiff and current Super Bowl champion Tyler Sash. The outside back cover features Iowa’s 2012 Leadership Group, along with sketches of Iowa’s new football facilities, which are currently under construction. Iowa’s Leadership Group Iowa’s Leadership Group for 2012, a group that serves in the role of team leaders, includes 14 players. The members are voted on by class, and a member of the incoming freshman class will be added in the fall. Permanent team captains are named at the conclusion of each season. The 2012 group is pictured on the outside back cover and includes (l-r): sophomore Kevonte Martin-Manley, junior Casey Kreiter, redshirt freshman Austin Blythe, senior James Ferentz, redshirt freshman Jake Rudock, junior James Morris, sophomore Quinton Alston, senior Steve Bigach, senior Micah Hyde, senior James Vandenberg, junior Brad Rogers, sophomore Brandon Scherff, senior Greg Castillo and junior Brett Van Sloten.

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FOOTBALL FACTS & INFORMATION 2012 Schedule

Football Facts, 2012

Date___ Sept. 1 _ & Sept. 8 _ # Sept. 15 Sept. 22 * Sept. 29 Oct. 6 __ Oct. 13 _ Oct. 20 _ Oct. 27 _ Nov. 3 __ $ Nov. 10 _ Nov. 17 _ Nov. 23 _

Lettermen Returning/Lost:

Opponent _______Location ____________ Time, TV _______ 2011 Result vs. Northern Illinois Chicago (Soldier Field) _ 2:30 p.m., ESPNU _______ DNP Iowa State _______Iowa City ____________ 2:30 p.m., BTN__ L, 44-41 (3 OT) Northern Iowa ____Iowa City ____________ 2:30 p.m., BTN__________ DNP Central Michigan __Iowa City ____________ TBA __________________ DNP Minnesota _______Iowa City ____________ 11 a.m., TBA ________ L, 22-21 Open at Michigan State _East Lansing, Mich. ____ 11 a.m., TBA ________ L, 37-21 Penn State _______Iowa City ____________ 7 p.m., BTN __________ L, 13-3 at Northwestern __Evanston, Ill. _________ 11 a.m., TBA ________W, 41-31 at Indiana _______Bloomington, Ind._____ TBA _______________W, 45-24 Purdue __________Iowa City ____________ TBA _______________W, 31-21 at Michigan ______Ann Arbor, Mich. ______ TBA _______________W, 24-16 Nebraska ________Iowa City ____________ 11 a.m., ABC _________ L, 20-7

Letterman Breakdown:

Starters Returning/Lost:

Squad Breakdown by class:

& - - FryFest; # - - Varsity Club Day; * - - Homecoming; $ - -Family Weekend NOTE: Times listed are central time and subject to change

2011 Results (7-6 overall, 4-4 Big Ten)

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Date _____ Opponent __________________ Sept. 3 ____ Tennessee Tech ______________ Sept. 10 ___ at Iowa State_________________ Sept. 17 ___ Pittsburgh___________________ Sept. 24 ___ Louisiana-Monroe ____________ Oct. 8 _____ at Penn State ________________ Oct. 15 ____ Northwestern ________________ Oct. 22 ____ Indiana _____________________ Oct. 29 ____ at Minnesota ________________ Nov. 5 ____ #13 Michigan ________________ Nov. 12 ___ #13 Michigan State ___________ Nov. 19 ___ at Purdue ___________________ Nov. 26 ___ at #22 Nebraska ______________ Dec. 28 ___ #14 Oklahoma (n)_____________

Result ____________________ Score W _________________________ 37-7 L ____________________44-41 (3 OT) W ________________________ 31-27 W ________________________ 45-17 L __________________________ 13-3 W ________________________ 41-31 W ________________________ 45-24 L _________________________ 22-21 W ________________________ 24-16 L _________________________ 37-21 W ________________________ 31-21 L __________________________ 20-7 L _________________________ 31-14

* - - Big Ten Conference Game; # - - 2011 Insight Bowl, Tempe, Ariz.

Fall Schedule Wed. Aug. 1 ________________________________________________ Freshmen report Thu., Aug. 2 ____________________________________________ Varsity players report Fri., Aug. 3 ____________________________________________________ First Practice Mon., Aug. 6 ____________________________________________________ Media Day Sat. Aug. 11 _______________________________________ Kid’s Day/Open Scrimmage Mon., Aug. 20 _____________________________________________First day of classes Sat. Sept. 1 _____________________________________First game vs. Northern Illinois

Iowa Quick Facts Location: ______________________________________________ Iowa City, Iowa 52242 Enrollment: ________________________________________________________ 30,893 Founded: ____________________________________________________________1847 President: _____________________________________________________ Sally Mason Director of Athletics:______________________________________________ Gary Barta Nickname: ______________________________________________________ Hawkeyes Colors: _____________________________________________________ Black and Gold Conference:________________________________________ Big Ten (Legends Division) School song: _____________________________________________________ On, Iowa Mascot: ____________________________________________________Herky the Hawk Stadium: _____________________________________________Kinnick Stadium (1929) Capacity: __________________________________________________________ 70,585 Playing Surface: __________________________________________________ Field Turf Head Coach: ___________________________________________________ Kirk Ferentz Career Record: _____________________________________________108-87 (16 years) Record at Iowa: ______________________________________________96-66 (13 years) Big Ten Record: ______________________________________ 57-47 (two Big Ten titles) *Best time to Call: _____________________________________ Tuesday’s, 11 a.m.-noon 2011 Record: __________________________________________________________ 7-6 2011 Postseason: ______________________________________________ Insight Bowl 2011 Big Ten Record: ___________________________________________________ 4-4 *All interviews should be arranged through the Iowa Athletic Communications Office

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39/23 Offense: _____________ 19/10 Defense: ____________ 17/12 Specialists: _____________3/1 39 Three-year: ______________ 5 Two-year: ______________ 14 One-year: ______________ 20 12/12 Offense: ________________6/5 Defense: _______________5/6 Kickers: ________________1/1 119 Seniors: ________________ 19 Juniors: ________________ 20 Sophomores: ___________ 25 Redshirt Freshmen: ______ 19 First-year Freshmen: ______ 36

Offense: __________ Multiple Defense: _________ 4-3 For a more in-depth roster breakdown, see pages 39-40

Big Ten Conference Football Divisions LEGENDS Iowa Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Nebraska Northwestern

LEADERS Illinois Indiana Ohio State Penn State Purdue Wisconsin

Iowa Athletic Communications Office: (319) 335-9411 FAX: (319) 335-9417 Press Box: (319) 335-9466 Director: Steve Roe (cell: 319-430-6346; home: 319-339-0980) Associate Director: Matt Weitzel (cell: 319-430-8176) Football Contacts: Steve Roe, Matt Weitzel Athletic Communications Staff : James Allan, Aaron Blau, Chris Brewer, Traci Wagner, Patrick Sojka Overnight Mailing Address: Athletic Communications Suite 300, Carver-Hawkeye Arena One Elliott Dr. Iowa City, IA 52242 Iowa TV Satellite Service Each Tuesday, Iowa offers video highlights of Coach Kirk Ferentz’ weekly news conference, plus player clips & highlights, via satellite. The time is normally 2 to 2:15 p.m. CT. Contact the Iowa Athletic Communications office for weekly coordinates. E-Mail Service Available If you wish to receive game notes, game statistics and season statistics via e-mail, contact the Iowa Athletic Communications office prior to the start of the season to supply your e-mail address. Releases are e-mailed each Monday and all game stats, coaches’ quotes and season stats are available each Saturday following the game. Media Information Additional information concerning game day operations at Kinnick Stadium and information for obtaining media credentials for Iowa home games can be found on pages 202-203 of this guide. The Iowa Football Media Guide is also available through the UI Athletic Communications office and on the UI’s official website, hawkeyesports.com. Iowa on the Internet Updated information on the University of Iowa football team and all athletic programs is also available on the University of Iowa’s athletic department home page on the Internet. During the season, live game stats are available on the Internet through the Iowa home page, hawkeyesports.com.


UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT - SALLY MASON Sally Mason President, The University of Iowa Sally Mason became the 20th President of the University of Iowa on August 1, 2007. She holds a full professorship with tenure in the Department of Biology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. At Iowa, President Mason has spearheaded a sustainable university initiative, making sustainability a central priority of all aspects of the University enterprise. Currently, she is overseeing campus rebuilding in the wake of the historic 2008 flooding, especially the renewal of an arts campus for the 21st century. Under President Mason’s leadership, the UI has successfully met the country’s recent economic challenges through careful planning, strategic prioritization, and increased efficiency. Other major accomplishments during President Mason’s tenure have been a student success initiative that has led to increased enrollment and student retention, and an expansion of partnership agreements with Iowa’s community colleges that offer UI degrees to students throughout the state through on-site and distance learning programs. The daughter of an immigrant family and the first child to attend college, President Mason received her B.A. in zoology from the University of Kentucky in 1972, her M.S. from Purdue University in 1974, and her Ph.D. in cellular, molecular, and developmental biology from the University of Arizona in 1978. She spent two postdoctoral research years at Indiana University before joining the molecular biosciences faculty at the University of Kansas in 1981, where she received awards for outstanding undergraduate advising and teaching and was awarded a prestigious Kemper Teaching Fellowship. After stints as Acting Chair of the Department of Physiology and Cell Biology and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, in 1995 she was appointed Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the largest academic unit on the KU campus. President Mason served as Provost of Purdue University from 2001–2007, where she was responsible for planning, managing, and reviewing all academic programs at Purdue’s West Lafayette campus and four affiliated branch campuses throughout Indiana.

President Mason is the author of many scientific papers and has obtained a number of research grants from the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Wesley Research Foundation, and the Lilly Endowment. Her research interests have focused on the developmental biology, genetics, and biochemistry of pigment cells and pigments in the skin of vertebrates, and she served as President of the PanAmerican Society for Pigment Cell Research. Since 2006, President Mason has been appointed by the President of the United States to three terms on the National Medal of Science President’s Committee, including a term as chair. She has also served as Chair of the Advisory Committee to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR) and Chair of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) review panel of the NSF Science and Technology Centers Program. President Mason has held many leadership positions in higher education and national organizations: President of the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences; member of the Board of Directors of the American Council on Education (ACE); member of the Executive Committee of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC); Chair of the Iowa Coordinating Council for Post-High School Education (ICCPHSE); and co-chair of the Task Force on National Energy Policy and Midwestern Competitiveness of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Currently, President Mason serves as Chair-Elect of the Board of Directors Executive Committee of the Association of Public and Landgrant Universities (APLU); member of the Board of Trustees of the Universities Research Association; member of the Board of Directors of Campus Compact, the national coalition of college and university presidents committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education; member of the Board of Directors of the Big Ten Conference, Inc.; member of the Washington Center Council of Presidents; and member of the Board of Trustees of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association. President Mason is married to Ken Mason, an educator and textbook author who teaches biology at the University of Iowa.

“Welcome to a new season of Iowa football! Last year, the Hawkeyes were bowl-eligible for the eleventh straight season, and we are proud to have won three of our last four bowl games. I’m very excited to join you in another year of cheering the Iowa black and gold on to success in 2012. Hawkeye dedication and hard work in the classroom and in the stadium exemplify the University of Iowa spirit. Last year, Iowa had fourteen players earn academic all-Big Ten honors, and three team members earned district academic all-America honors. We are also proud that the Hawkeyes have reached a Graduation Success Rate of 83 percent, the highest ever for our football team. Our Hawkeyes bring their excellence into the big time, too, once they leave the university. This year, we had six players drafted in the NFL for the third straight season, including a firstround selection for the third straight year. I thank Coach Kirk Ferentz—the dean of Big Ten coaches—and the entire coaching and athletic staff for their excellent work with our players. The coaches’ leadership and teaching, combined with the dedication and talent of our team members, have led the Hawkeyes to impressive success. We could not be more proud of the talented student-athletes who have performed so well under the leadership of a great coach and tremendous coaching staff. I know that Hawkeye fans create a wonderful atmosphere here in Iowa City on football Saturdays, and loyal season ticket holders from all 99 Iowa counties help generate a special brand of excitement that all fans and visitors enjoy. You certainly seem to help the Hawkeyes on the field, too—Iowa is 55-12 in Kinnick Stadium in the last ten seasons. I am proud to be a Hawkeye, and I am pleased to welcome you to another year of great Iowa football action!” Sally Mason President The University of Iowa

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS - GARY BARTA Gary Barta Director of Athletics Now in his seventh year as director of athletics at the University of Iowa and his 26th year in athletic administration, Gary Barta manages an athletics program that continues to gain momentum in two key areas -- on the playing field and in the classroom -- while enhancing the infrastructure that will serve as the foundation for future successes. Academically, the UI’s federal graduation rate of 74 percent (for student-athletes who enrolled in 2004-05) ties the best ever posted by UI athletics. That mark was a 13-point increase over the previous year and was nine points above the national average. Last fall, the NCAA confirmed that all 24 of Iowa’s teams exceeded the Academic Progress Rate (APR) benchmark for the fourth straight year; UI student-athletes will establish another record when the latest figures are released in October. In figures released last spring, Iowa’s score of 86 percent in the NCAA’s “Graduation Success Rate” or GSR, also matched a school record. Five different women’s teams at the UI posted perfect 100 GSR scores. Athletically, Hawkeye programs enjoyed another outstanding year in 2011-12. A large number of Iowa’s 24 programs reached post-season play. The Iowa football program reached bowl eligibility for the 11th straight season and competing in a bowl game for the fourth straight year and 10th time in the last 11 seasons. The women’s basketball program participated in the NCAA Tournament for a fifth straight season and the men’s basketball team returned to post-season play under second-year coach Fran McCaffery, recording an 84-75 win over Dayton in front of 13,190 re-energized fans in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeye wrestling program, led by national champion Matt McDonough, made another run at a national title before placing third. The men’s golf team placed 22nd nationally in its third appearance in the NCAA Championships in the last four seasons. Additionally, the UI men’s track and field placed 23rd in the nation and the UI’s men’s swimming and diving program placed 26th at its national championship. Iowa’s field hockey team advanced to the NCAA Tournament and the Hawkeye softball team placed second in the Big Ten. Between the men’s and women’s track and field teams, 34 student-athletes competed at the NCAA Championships and 14 members of the UI men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams qualified for the Olympic Trials. In addition to the competitive success the Hawkeyes recorded in 201112, the UI once again experienced tremendous success at the turnstiles. Iowa has sold every seat in historic Kinnick Stadium in each of the past two seasons, ranking 21st in national attendance both years. The UI will enter the 2012 home football season with all seven home games sold out. Attendance at home games of the UI’s men’s basketball team has climbed more than 30 percent the last two seasons. Iowa’s attendance of 13,190 for a first round NIT game in Carver-Hawkeye Arena ranked as the highest attended game of the 2012 tournament. The UI wrestling team set another national attendance record by averaging 9,014 fans per home meet in 2011-12, leading the nation in attendance for the sixth straight year. The economic impact of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials, hosted by the UI in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, exceeded $5 million, according to survey results released by the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Attendance at home games of the UI’s women’s basketball games also remained strong as the program once again ranked among national leaders in 2011-12. Since 2006, the Hawkeyes have invested more than $150 million in new and renovated athletic facilities. Upgrades include the restoration of historic Kinnick Stadium and Carver-Hawkeye Arena, as well as a new state-of-the-art aquatics center, a boathouse facility for the UI rowing program and indoor and outdoor tennis complex. Another $60 million worth of improvements are underway in the form of the two phase football training center project and an indoor golf performance facility. In late summer 2011, the UI completed a $47 million revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena. That project included the construction of a practice facility for men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, a

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10,000-square-foot strength training and cardiovascular center, and an expansion to the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex, in addition to new locker room and support facilities for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and volleyball programs, and office space for the majority of Iowa administrative and coaching staffs. Phase I of a two-phase project for the UI football program was completed in August, 2012. Phase I includes the new indoor practice facility for Coach Kirk Ferentz’ program. Phase II includes construction of the new Iowa Football Operations Center, which will include new team locker rooms, team meeting rooms, athletic medical training space, video operations, and coaches offices and meeting rooms. Funded entirely through private support and revenue generated by the UI Athletics Department, the project is an important next phase of the master facilities plan for Hawkeye football. Another of the latest additions to the facilities available to the UI’s student-athletes is the Varsity Golf Complex practice facility for the men’s and women’s golf programs. It will provide the Hawkeyes a state-of-theart facility that offers the opportunity for year-round training and practice. Barta’s involvement in the UI campus community extends beyond intercollegiate athletics. He is a member of the President’s Cabinet, comprised of vice presidents and other campus leaders, that provide counsel to UI President Sally Mason. That group was instrumental in the UI’s response to record-setting flooding that besieged the campus and the Iowa City and Coralville community in June 2008. Barta also represents the UI and the Hawkeyes at the conference and national level. During his first six years at the UI, he has participated in the creation and implementation of the Big Ten Network, the expansion of the Big Ten Conference and realignment of athletics conferences nationally, and the Big Ten’s postseason bowl game agreements that were successfully implemented in 2010. Nationally, Barta remains active in the Division IA Athletics Directors Association, the National Association of College Directors of Athletics, and currently serves on the NCAA Football Committee Board of Directors. Under Barta’s leadership – and thanks to a talented athletics development staff – the UI has seen year-over-year improvement in annual giving in spite of the difficult economic environment. In addition, under Barta’s direction, the UI generated more than $20 million of philanthropic and corporate sponsorship support for the revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena and has already surpassed that level of support for the current football projects. The UI also generated the $2 million in private support necessary to fully fund the Hawkeye’ new practice facility for its men’s and women’s golf programs. As the director of athletics at the University of Wyoming for three years, seven different UW coaches were named Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He also spearheaded a fund-raising effort that netted the Cowboy athletics program $11 million in private support and $11 million in matching state fund. As the senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington, he directed the “Campaign for the Student-Athlete,” was a participant in the design, construction and/or renovation of several UW athletics facilities, including Bank of America Arena and the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility. In addition to almost doubling the amount of annual private support received by UW, Barta also managed the department’s external relations division, a task that included corporate sponsorship and radio contracts. His responsibilities at Washington expanded over time to include hiring of coaching and administrative staff, and the day-to-day oversight of several Huskie sport teams. The roots of his development experience extend to his first two positions: director of athletics development and external relations at the University of Northern Iowa and director of development at his alma mater, North Dakota State University. Barta earned a bachelor of science degree in mass communication and broadcast journalism from NDSU in 1987. He was an option quarterback for Bison football squads that won the Division II NCAA National Championship in 1983, 1985 and 1986. Barta, and his wife, Connie, have a son, Luke (14) and a daughter, Madison (12). He was born Sept. 4, 1963, in Minneapolis.


HEAD COACH - KIRK FERENTZ Kirk Ferentz Head Football Coach 14th Year at Iowa Kirk Ferentz is in his 14th year as head football coach at the University of Iowa. His tenure as Iowa’s head football coach trails only Hayden Fry, who led the Hawkeyes for 20 seasons (197998). Ferentz is the dean of Big Ten Conference football coaches. He is tied for third in coaching longevity among BCS schools and tied for fifth among all Division I head coaches. Following the 2009 campaign Ferentz was named Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year for the third time in eight years. He joins the select company of Hayden Fry, Joe Paterno and Bo Schembechler in winning the prestigious award at least three times. He previously was named Big Ten Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2004. He was also named national Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and Walter Camp Foundation in 2002. Ferentz was named a 2009 Regional Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association as well. The 2011 Insight Bowl was Ferentz’ 10th bowl appearance at Iowa. His six bowl victories put him in a tie for third all-time among Big Ten coaches. Under Ferentz, the Hawkeyes have put together the greatest run in school history. The Hawkeyes won 11 games in 2002 and 2009 and 10 games in 2003 and 2004. With a 7-5 record in 2005, Iowa posted a fouryear mark (2002-05) of 38-12, the best in school history. And, Iowa’s 25 Big Ten wins were the most ever by a Hawkeye team in a four-year span. No other Big Ten team won more league games over that four-year period. He is 96-66 (.593) in his 13 years as Iowa’s head coach, including a 2-18 mark his first two years and a 94-48 record since 2001. Ferentz and his staff have led the Hawkeyes to bowl eligible status in each of the last 11 seasons. The Hawkeyes appeared in six straight bowl games between 2001 and 2006, the second longest bowl streak in school history (Iowa appeared in eight straight bowl games from 1981-88). Iowa’s streak under Ferentz included a string of four straight January bowls from 2002-05. Iowa was just one of eight schools in the nation to appear in six January bowl games between 2002-09. Iowa posted a 7-6 mark in 2011, including a 4-4 record in Big Ten play. The Hawkeyes placed in the Big Ten’s first division for the 10th time in 11 seasons. Wide receiver Marvin McNutt, Jr., was named the league’s top receiver. McNutt and offensive lineman Riley Reiff were unanimous first-team all-Big Ten selections. Defensive back Shaun Prater made the first team, as selected by league coaches. McNutt set both single season and career receiving records, while quarterback James Vandenberg passed for over 3,000 yards. For the third straight year, six Hawkeyes were selected in the NFL Draft. Reiff became Iowa’s third first round selection in the last three years. The 2010 Hawkeyes were ranked virtually the entire season. The Hawkeyes capped the season on a high note with a 27-24 win over 12thranked Missouri in the Insight Bowl. The win gave the Hawkeyes an 8-5 season record. Iowa finished 4-4 in league play and in a tie for fourth. Ferentz also gained his 100th career victory in Iowa’s win at Indiana. Four 2010 Hawkeyes were named to the first all-Big Ten team while seven others were named to a second all-Big Ten team. Defensive end Adrian Clayborn was a finalist for the Lombardi and Ted Hendricks awards, punter Ryan Donahue a finalist for the Ray Guy Punter of the Year Award and quarterback Ricky Stanzi was a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Senior Quarterback of the Year Award. Six Hawkeyes were selected in the 2011 NFL draft. Iowa has won 23 of its last 28 games in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes are 55-12 (.821) at home since the start of the 2002 season. That mark includes a school-record 22-game winning streak (200205), which ended with an overtime loss. Iowa sold out 36 straight home games during that time and has sold out 56 of its last 58 games.

The 2009 Hawkeyes (11-2) won their first nine games (a school record) while ranking as high as fourth in the BCS rankings. The loss of starting quarterback Ricky Stanzi in the 10th game was a key factor in Iowa losing two straight games before winning its regular season finale and the FedEx Orange Bowl. Iowa finished in a tie for second (6-2) in the Big Ten, falling to Ohio State on the road in overtime in what was, essentially, the Big Ten title game. It marked Iowa’s second straight runner-up finish in the league standings. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004. Seven Hawkeyes earned first team all-Big Ten honors in 2009, including OL Bryan Bulaga, who was named league Offensive Lineman of the Year. Six Hawkeyes were selected in the 2010 NFL draft. The 2008 Hawkeyes caught fire in the second half of the season by winning six of their final seven games. Iowa finished the season with a 9-4 record (5-3 in the Big Ten), with the losses coming by a total of 12 points. A win over previously undefeated and third-ranked Penn State (24-23) was the biggest highlight of the successful stretch run. The icing on the cake was a convincing 31-10 win over South Carolina in the 2009 Outback Bowl at Tampa, Fla. Iowa finished 20th in both the final AP and coaches polls. Four Hawkeyes made the 2008 first all-Big Ten team, with two gaining considerable individual honors. Running back Shonn Greene won the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s top running back. He was also the winner of the Chicago Tribune’s Silver Football, emblematic of the league’s most valuable player. He was named the Big Ten’s offensive Player of the Year by both league coaches and media. Greene was also the MVP of the Outback Bowl. Defensive tackle Mitch King was named the league’s Defensive Lineman of the Year while earning all-league first team honors for the second straight year. Iowa’s 6-6 record in 2007 included a 4-4 mark in Big Ten play. Iowa climbed as high as 12th in the 2006 polls while winning five of its first six games. Injuries and inopportune mistakes played a role as the Hawkeyes struggled for consistency during the second half of the season. Still, a 24-21 loss to 15th-ranked Wisconsin and a two-point loss to 16th-ranked Texas in the Alamo Bowl showed Iowa’s toughness. Ferentz led the Hawkeyes to a third place Big Ten finish in 2005. An overtime loss to Michigan and a last-minute, one point loss at Northwestern is all that kept the Hawkeyes out of contention for a third Big Ten title in four years. Ferentz led the 2004 Hawkeyes to their second Big Ten title in three years and earned the league’s Coach of the Year honors for the second time. Iowa’s 10-2 record (7-1 in the Big Ten) was expected by very few. A victory in the 2005 Capital One Bowl (30-25 over defending national champion LSU) capped off a third straight appearance in a January bowl game. Iowa put the topping on the 2003 and 2004 seasons by beating favored SEC teams in New Year’s Day bowl games. The Hawkeyes ended the 2002, 2003 and 2004 seasons with an eighth place ranking in the final polls. On a national scale, Iowa’s record over that three year span ranked eighth best in the nation. The 2003 Hawkeyes were the only Big Ten team to beat league champion Michigan (30-27). Five Iowa players were named to the 2003 first all-Big Ten team and two were named first team all-America. Offensive lineman Robert Gallery was named winner of the 2003 Outland Trophy, which goes to the nation’s top collegiate interior lineman. Iowa put the topping on the 2003 season by beating a favored Florida team (37-17) in the Outback Bowl, at Tampa, Fla., on New Year’s Day. The 2002 team was probably the most decorated in Iowa football history. Ferentz was named 2002 Associated Press and The Walter Camp Football Foundation’s Coach of the Year in college football. He was also named Big Ten Coach of the Year in a season that saw his team climb as high as third in the national rankings.

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HEAD COACH - KIRK FERENTZ Ferentz led the 2002 Hawkeyes to their first Big Ten title since 1990 and the most wins (11) in school history. Iowa posted impressive road wins at Penn State and Michigan on its way to the school’s first undefeated Big Ten campaign since 1922. The win over Michigan was the most convincing by a Wolverine opponent, in Ann Arbor, since 1967. The Hawkeyes also played in the BCS’s FedEx Orange Bowl for the first time, having their nine-game winning streak snapped by Southern California. Winning three of its final four games in 2001, Iowa earned an invitation to the Sylvania Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, TX, where the Hawkeyes defeated Texas Tech 19-16 in their first bowl appearance of the Ferentz era. The foundation of Kirk’s program at Iowa was established in his first two seasons and began to pay dividends late in the 2000 season when the Hawkeyes won in double overtime at Penn State. Iowa returned home the following week to post a 27-17 win over Big Ten co-champion Northwestern, ranked 12th in the nation at the time. That late-season success carried over into the winning campaign of 2001. Ferentz was named Iowa’s 25th head football coach on December 2, 1998. He replaced Fry, who retired after 20 seasons with the Hawkeyes. At Iowa, Ferentz has an overall record of 96-66, including a 92-47 mark over the last 11 seasons. He has posted a 57-47 record in Big Ten play. His career record is 108-87 in 16 years as a collegiate head coach. Ferentz is one of just seven Big Ten coaches ever to guide a team to 10 wins or more in three straight seasons. And while Ferentz has guided the Iowa program to great success on the field, the Hawkeyes have also made their mark in the classroom. In the most recent release on academic standings (October, 2011), Iowa’s football team compiled a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 83, best in the programs history and 14 points above the national average. Iowa was one of just nine bowl teams following the 2011 season to score 80 percent or better on the NCAA’s “real-time” measurement of academic success. In 2005, Iowa tied Southern Cal and Virginia Tech with the best football student-athlete graduation rate (58%) among all Division I teams earning a bowl invitation. Among the teams which participated in bowl games following the 2002, 2003 and 2004 seasons, only Iowa and Southern Cal ranked in the top five in graduation rates in each of the three seasons. Along with Ferentz earning conference and national Coach of the Year recognition, members of his staff have also been well recognized. Norm Parker, Iowa’s defensive coordinator for 13 seasons, was named 2011 Assistant Coach of the Year by the Football Coaches Association of America. He was also a finalist for the 2004 and 2005 Frank Broyles Award, which also recognizes the top Division I assistant coach in the nation. Parker retired following the 2011 season. Phil Parker, who is in his 14th year on the staff and has taken over as defensive coordinator, was named by Rivals.com in March, 2011 as a first team member of its College Football Coach Dream Team. Lester Erb, who has coached running backs, wide receivers and special teams at Iowa, was named by Rivals.com as one of the top 25 recruiters in both 2011 and 2005. Rivals.com has recently named both Eric Johnson (2007) and Darrell Wilson (2011) as two of the top recruiters in the Big Ten Conference and the nation. Ron Aiken, Iowa’s defensive line coach through the 2006 season, was the American Football Coaches Association Division I Assistant Coach of the Year in 2002. Aiken is now on the coaching staff of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. Under Ferentz and his staff, Hawkeye players have gathered all-Big Ten and national recognition at a record pace. Five Hawkeye players have earned national Player of the Year honors at their position. Those include offensive lineman Robert Gallery (Outland Trophy), place kicker Nate Kaeding (Lou Groza Award), quarterback Brad Banks (Davey O’Brien Award and AP Player of the Year), tight end Dallas Clark (John Mackey Award) and running back Shonn Greene (Doak Walker Award). Banks was also the runner-up in the 2002 Heisman Trophy voting.

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Banks (2002) and Greene (2008) were both named Big Ten Conference Player of the Year and conference MVP. Guard Eric Steinbach (2002), Gallery (2003), King (2008) and Bulaga (2009) were all winners of the Big Ten Lineman of the Year award. Another part of Iowa’s success under Ferentz is reflected in the annual NFL draft. Six Hawkeyes were drafted in each of the most recent three NFL drafts. The 18 Hawkeye selections over the past three seasons rank first in the Big Ten Conference and ties as third best nationally. Iowa and defending national champion Alabama are the only two programs to have a first round selection in each of the last three drafts. Reiff, an offensive tackle who declared for the draft following his junior season, was the 23rd overall pick (Detroit) in the 2012 NFL Draft. DL Adrian Clayborn was selected in the first round (20th selection, Tampa Bay) of the 2011 draft and OL Bryan Bulaga (23rd selection, Green Bay) was a first round pick in 2010. Bulaga was a starter for the Packers in the 2011 Super Bowl. Joining Reiff in the 2012 NFL draft were DL Mike Daniels (Green Bay, fourth round), OL Adam Gettis (Washington, fifth), DB Shaun Prater (Cincinnati, fifth), WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. (Philadelphia, sixth), and DB Jordan Bernstine (Washington, seventh). Additional selections in the 2011 draft included DL Christian Ballard (Minnesota), QB Ricky Stanzi (Kansas City), OL Julian Vandervelde (Philadelphia), DL Karl Klug (Tennessee) and DB Tyler Sash (New York Giants). Joining Bulaga in the 2010 draft were LB Pat Angerer (Indianapolis), DB Amari Spievey (Detroit), TE Tony Moeaki (Kansas City), LB A.J. Edds (Miami) and OL Kyle Calloway (Buffalo). RB Shonn Greene (New York Jets) and DB Bradley Fletcher (St. Louis Rams) were the first two players selected, respectively, in the third round of the 2009 NFL draft. OL Seth Olsen (Denver) was a fourth round selection and TE Brandon Myers (Oakland) was selected in the sixth round. In the 2008 NFL draft, DB Charles Godfrey was a third round selection of the Carolina Panthers, while DE Ken Iwebema was a fourth round selection (Arizona) and LB Mike Humpal was selected in the sixth round (Pittsburgh). LB Chad Greenway was a first round pick in the 2006 draft, with fellow linebacker Abdul Hodge being selected in the third round. In the 2007 draft, OL Marshal Yanda (third round, Baltimore), TE Scott Chandler (fourth, San Diego) and OL Mike Elgin (seventh, New England) were selected. In the 2005 NFL draft, DE Matt Roth and DT Jonathan Babineaux were second round selections and DB Sean Considine was taken in the fourth round. All three were still active in the NFL in 2011. Robert Gallery was the second selection in the 2004 NFL draft, while Bob Sanders was selected in the second round as the first pick of the Indianapolis Colts. Nate Kaeding, a third round selection of the San Diego Chargers, became the first kicker since 2000 (and just the sixth ever) to be selected on the first day of the draft. Overall, 45 players have been drafted in the past 10 years, with six first round selections and 10 players being selected among the top 50 picks. In addition, nine signed free agent contracts immediately

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HEAD COACH - KIRK FERENTZ following the 2004 draft. Six signed following the collective bargaining position for three years before being hired by Bill Belichick and the agreement prior to the 2011 season and six signed following the 2012 Cleveland Browns. draft. Five players signed NFL free agent contracts the day after the Kirk served as the honorary chair of the University of Iowa’s 19992003 and 2007 drafts, three in 2005 and 2008 and four following the 00 United Way campaign and he serves on the National Advisory 2006 and 2009 drafts. Board of the Bethesda Family Services Foundation. Kirk and his wife, Over the past 10 years, 102 of 112 (91 percent) of Iowa’s senior Mary, have given two major financial gifts to the University of Iowa. starters under Coach Ferentz were selected in the NFL draft or signed The most recent was a $400,000 gift to the University’s College of to an NFL free agent contract. Iowa ranks among Big Ten leaders in Liberal Arts and University Children’s Hospital. The Ferentz’ also made number of players drafted (48) over the past 11 years. a $100,000 gift to the University’s College of Liberal Arts in 2003. Among the former Hawkeyes who have gone on to play in the NFL, Kirk and Mary are very enthusiastic supporters of the University of Kaeding, Sanders, TE Dallas Clark (Indianapolis), DL Aaron Kampman Iowa Children’s Hospital. From serving as advocates for the hospital (Green Bay) and OL Marshal Yanda (Baltimore) have earned all-Pro across the state; to hosting and speaking at events to raise support for recognition. Sanders was named by the Associated Press as the 2007 NFL UI Children’s Hospital; to their personal generosity in establishing the defensive Player of the Year. Greenway and Yanda, who were both drafted “Ferentz Family Pediatric Research and Education Endowment Fund” in 2006, participated in the Pro Bowl following the 2011 NFL season. in 2007. In addition, the Iowa Women’s Football Academy has pledged Ferentz joined the Iowa staff after serving as assistant head coach $1 million to the University of Iowa’s new Children’s Hospital. and offensive line coach of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Ferentz was born August 1, 1955, in Royal Oak, Mich. He attended Football League. He had been a part of the Baltimore (Cleveland Upper St. Clair High School in Pittsburgh. He graduated from the Browns prior to the move) organization for six years. University of Connecticut in 1978 with a bachelor’s degree in English Ferentz was a member of Hayden Fry’s Iowa staff for nine years as Education. He was a football captain and an academic all-Yankee offensive line coach (1981-89). Iowa appeared in eight bowl games Conference linebacker at UConn. during the time Ferentz was an Iowa assistant. A pair of Rose Bowls Kirk received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Neag (1982 & 1986), two Holiday Bowl appearances (1986-87) and a pair of School of Education at the University of Connecticut in May, 2009. Peach Bowl visits (1982 & 1988), along with appearances in the Gator He was inducted into the Upper St. Clair High School Hall of Fame in (1983) and Freedom (1984) bowls, highlighted his previous Iowa stay. September, 2002 and the Western Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Iowa’s record in those nine years was 73-33-4 and included two 10- Hall of Fame in May, 2003. win and two nine-win seasons. Kirk and his wife, Mary, have five children. They are Brian (29), Kelly Offensive lines under the direction of Ferentz anchored four of (27), Joanne (25), James (23) and Steven (18). Brian was a three-year Iowa’s highest scoring offenses. Five of Iowa’s top offensive teams, letterman (2003-05) with the Hawkeye football team and is in his first in terms of yards gained per game, were operating behind Ferentz season as Iowa’s offensive line coach. James (fifth year senior) and coached offensive lines. And, seven of Iowa’s top 10 passing teams of Steven (first year freshman) are current members of the Hawkeye all time occurred during the Ferentz years of the 1980’s. program. Joanne earned her bachelor’s degree from Iowa in 2010 and Kirk’s coaching career began as a student assistant (1977) at his Kelly earned her JD and MHA degrees from Iowa in 2010 and 2011. alma mater, Connecticut. The next two years (1978-79) were spent at Worcester Academy, where Kirk also taught English literature. He served as a graduate assistant offensive line coach at Pittsburgh during the 1980 season. That Pittsburgh team (coached by Jackie Sherrill) finished with an 11-1 record and a number two national ranking. He joined Fry’s staff in 1981 and the Hawkeyes won their first conference title and Rose Bowl berth in over 20 years. A string of 19 straight non-winning seasons came to an end in 1981. Ferentz continued as Iowa’s line coach thru the 1989 season. Eleven Hawkeyes, coached by Ferentz (the assistant), went on to play in the National Football League. They were John Alt, Rob Baxley, Dave Croston, Scott Davis, Mike Devlin, Chris Gambol, Mike Haight, Ron Hallstrom, Joel Hilgenberg, Bob Kratch and Brett Miller. Alt, Haight and Hallstrom were first round picks in the NFL draft and five of his players were first team all-Big Ten. He was named head coach of the The Ferentz family, front row (l-r): Joanne, Mary, Kirk and Kelly. Back (l-r): Steven, daughter-inMaine Bears in 1990 and held that law Nikki, Brian and James.

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OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR - GREG DAVIS Greg Davis Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks First Year at Iowa Greg Davis, a 38-year coaching veteran, is in his first year as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Iowa. Davis most recently served in the same capacity at the University of Texas for 13 seasons (1998-2010). Davis was named Frank Broyles Assistant Coach of the Year in 2005 after Texas won the BCS national championship. Texas has had just five quarterbacks start a game in the NFL, and Davis has tutored three of them (Colt McCoy, Vince Young, Chris Simms). Davis has coached in 18 bowl games, including the Holiday Bowl (four), Rose Bowl (three), Cotton (three), Gator (two), Independence (two), Fiesta, Alamo, Peach and Hall of Fame. Davis coached in the BCS national championship game twice (2006 and 2010 Rose Bowl games) and competed in the Grantland Rice Bowl as a player at McNeese State. Under his guidance, the Texas offense produced 10 of the top 11 passing seasons, 11 of the top 13 total yardage campaigns and the top nine scoring years in school history. Texas averaged 39.0 points per game from 2000-09. In 2005, Texas set a then-NCAA record with 652 total points and a school record by averaging 50.2 ppg. Under Davis, five Longhorns were named Big 12 Offensive Players of the Year, including RB Ricky Williams, 1998; QB Major Applewhite, 1999; QB Vince Young, 2005; QB Colt McCoy, 2008 and 2009. At Texas, Davis tutored three finalists for the Heisman Trophy, including two players who were second in Heisman voting, two winners each of the Walter Camp Football Foundation Players of the Year, Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Manning Award and Archie Griffin Award. He tutored a winner of the Unitas Golden Arm Award, a Sporting News Player of the Year and Chevrolet Offensive Player of the Year. In 2009, Texas averaged 39.3 points per game (third NCAA), 421.2 total yards (29th NCAA), 273.6 passing yards (22nd NCAA) and 147.6 yards rushing. Senior QB Colt McCoy led the nation in completion percentage (70.6) for the second straight year while taking home the WCFF Player of the Year Award, Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Unitas Golden Arm Award and Manning Award. . In 2008, the Longhorns finished in the nation’s Top 10 in pass efficiency (second/175.0), scoring offense (fifth/42.4 ppg), passing offense (seventh/308.3 ypg) and total offense (ninth/475.8 ypg). McCoy set a NCAA single-season record for completion percentage at 76.7 and set singleseason school records for completions (332), yards (3,859), touchdowns (34) and passer rating (173.8). In 2007, Texas averaged 462.9 yards of total offense (13th NCAA), 207.5 yards rushing (17th NCAA) and 37.2 points per game (14th NCAA). McCoy completed 65.1 percent of his passes for 3,303 yards (No. 3 on Texas’ singleseason list) and 22 touchdowns. Despite breaking in a freshman quarterback in McCoy in 2006, Davis helped Texas remain one of the nation’s top offenses. McCoy finished the season as a Davey O’Brien Award semifinalist and was named National Freshman of the Year by Sporting News and the Touchdown Club of Columbus. The Longhorns completed the season with a 26-24 win over Iowa in the Alamo Bowl. Behind Davis’ leadership, the Texas offense had a record-breaking year in 2005, one in which Davis was recognized as the nation’s top assistant coach with the Frank Broyles Award. The Longhorns’ 652 points were the most scored in NCAA history. They also set the school record for total offense with 6,657 yards. Texas became only the fifth team to average over 50 points per game (50.2 ppg) and 500 yards per game (512.1 ypg) in NCAA history. Young also flourished under Davis in 2005, winning both the Davey O’Brien and Manning Awards as the nation’s top quarterback. He also won the Maxwell Award and was the runner-up for the Heisman Trophy. The Longhorns took advantage of a veteran offensive line and AllAmerica RB Cedric Benson in 2004 to finish the season ranked second in the country in rushing offense (299.2 ypg), seventh in total offense (464.4 ypg) and 12th in scoring (35.3 ppg). In 2003, Davis took an offense with two first-year starting quarterbacks and led it to, what was, the best total offense season in school history (5,709

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yards) and a then-school record 533 points. The 3,023 rushing yards were the most for Texas since 1977. Texas averaged 200 yards both rushing and passing in a season for just the third time in school history. As a redshirt freshman, Young became the first quarterback in school history to post better than 900 yards rushing (998) and passing (1,155) while earning Big 12 Freshman of the Year honors. Junior Chance Mock had the nation’s top touchdown-to-interception ratio (16 TDs/2 INTs). Under Davis in 2002, senior quarterback Chris Simms established school single-season records for touchdown passes (26) and touchdowns accounted for (30). His 3,207 passing yards and 3,083 yards total offense ranked second best for a single season. Simms, who is second in school history with a 58.7 completion percentage (535-of-911) and second in passer efficiency rating (138.4), ranks second on the school’s all-time touchdown passes list (58), fourth in passing yards (7,097) and is tied for third in quarterback victories (26-6/.813). One year earlier, Simms, the Big 12 leader in passing efficiency (144.25), started 12 games and threw 22 touchdown passes (No. 2 on UT’s season list) as the Longhorns posted a 10-2 record in his 12 starts. Davis spent 1999 directing an offense that was the first in school history and one of only four nationally to boast a 3,000-yard passer as well as a 1,000-yard rusher and receiver. He was named a finalist for the 1999 Frank Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant. In Davis’ first year at Texas in 1998, the Longhorns became just the second unit in NCAA Division I-A history to feature a 2,000-yard rusher (Ricky Williams) and passer (Major Applewhite), as well as a 1,000-yard receiver (Wane McGarity). Applewhite went on to set school freshman records for passing yards (2,453) and touchdown passes (18). Prior to his stint at Texas, Davis helped develop the quarterback duo of Chris Keldorf and Oscar Davenport, who teamed to complete 60% of their passes for more than 2,700 yards in each of Davis’ two years at North Carolina. Davis was the head coach at Tulane for four seasons (1988-91), where he succeeded Mack Brown. He spent three seasons (1985-87) as assistant head coach and wide receivers coach at Tulane under Brown. Davis spent two seasons (1992-93) as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Arkansas and two years (1994-95) as Georgia’s passing game coordinator before joining Brown at North Carolina. While at Georgia, Davis helped lead the Bulldogs to the 1995 Peach Bowl despite injuries to the team’s top two quarterbacks. He did so by preparing converted slot back Hines Ward for the starting quarterback position. Ward set a school bowl game record by completing 31-of-59 passes for 413 yards in the Peach Bowl. Davis also coached first team All-American Eric Zeier, a third-round pick of the Cleveland Browns (1995 NFL Draft). Davis began his college coaching career at Texas A&M, serving as the Aggies’ quarterbacks coach (1978-84). He then joined Brown as assistant head coach and wide receivers coach at Tulane in 1985. Davis began his career in the high school ranks while working toward his master’s degree. He coached at Barbe High School (Lake Charles, La.) from 1973-74 and Port Neches-Groves High School (Port Neches, Texas) from 1975-77, where he helped lead the Indians to the 1975 Texas 4A state title. The native of Groves, Texas, earned his bachelor’s degree (sports administration, 1973) and master’s degree (1977) from McNeese State. Greg and his wife, Patsy, have two children, Greg Jr. and Stacey, and five grandchildren. Greg Jr. and his wife, Karen, have two daughters, Taylor and Kaylen. Stacey and her husband, Kory, have three children, a daughter, Brook, and two sons, K.J. and Davis.

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DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR - PHIL PARKER Phil Parker Defensive Coordinator 14th Year at Iowa

Phil Parker, who has served as defensive backs coach at the University of Iowa for the past 13 seasons, was named defensive coordinator following the 2011 season. He takes over for Norm Parker, who retired after holding the position for 13 seasons. Phil Parker was named by Rivals.com in March, 2011, as a first team member of its College Football Assistant Coach Dream Team. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Iowa’s secondary in 2011 was led by senior Shaun Prater, who earned first team all-Big Ten honors for the second straight season, junior Micah Hyde, who earned second team honors and senior safety Jordan Bernstine. Over the past four seasons, Iowa is tied for fifth in the nation with 72 interceptions. Prater was selected by Cincinnati in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft, while Bernstine was selected by Washington in the seventh round. The defensive secondary played a key role in Iowa’s success in 2010. Iowa was second in the Big Ten in pass efficiency defense (115.1) and interceptions (19). Iowa tied for 11th in the nation in interceptions, returning four thefts for touchdowns. Defensive backs Tyler Sash and Shaun Prater were both named first team all-Big Ten, while Brett Greenwood earned second team honors and Micah Hyde was honorable mention. Sash started the final 34 games of his career and ranks fifth in career interceptions. He declared for the NFL following his junior season in 2010 and was a sixth round selection of the New York Giants in the 2011 NFL draft. Sash earned a Super Bowl ring in his rookie season with the Giants. Iowa’s success in 2009 was due, in part, to the play of the secondary. Iowa ranked third in the nation in pass efficiency defense and fourth in pass defense while leading the Big Ten in both categories. The Hawkeyes tied for fifth nationally with 21 interceptions while ranking eighth in scoring defense and 10th in total defense. Safety Tyler Sash and cornerback Amari Spievey both earned first team all-Big Ten recognition, while safety Brett Greenwood was a second team selection. Spievey declared for the NFL draft following his junior season in 2009 and was selected in the third round by the Detroit Lions. In 2008, Iowa ranked fourth in the nation while tying a school record with 23 interceptions. The Hawkeyes led the Big Ten and ranked fifth nationally in pass efficiency defense (98.3) and scoring defense (13.0). Spievey earned second team all-conference honors, while Bradley Fletcher and Greenwood claimed honorable mention recognition. Fletcher enjoyed an outstanding senior season in 2008, starting all 13 games. He was selected by St. Louis in the third round of the 2009 NFL draft. Under Parker’s direction, safety Bob Sanders became the ninth Iowa player to earn first team all-Big Ten honors for three seasons (2001, 2002, and 2003). Sanders earned second team All-America honors in 2003 and was taken by Indianapolis in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He ranks seventh in career tackles (348). Sanders earned all-Pro recognition with the Colts in 2005 and was selected to the Pro Bowl. He was a key contributor again in 2006 as the Colts won the Su-

per Bowl. He was named the NFL’s defensive Player of the Year in 2007 and was again an all-Pro selection. Senior cornerback Charles Godfrey led the Iowa secondary in 2007, recording five interceptions and 65 tackles. He earned second team allBig Ten honors. Godfrey was selected in the third round of the 2008 NFL draft, being selected by the Carolina Panthers as the 67th pick in the draft. He has been a starter in all three seasons with Carolina. In 2006, senior safeties Marcus Paschal and Miguel Merrick combined for 149 tackles to lead the Hawkeye secondary. Paschal was a second team all-Big Ten selection and signed a free agent contract with Philadelphia. Merrick signed a free agent contract with San Diego. In 2005 senior cornerback Antwan Allen was the only player in the nation to start in four straight January bowl games. He ended his career with 235 tackles and eight interceptions. Jovon Johnson, at the opposite corner, also started throughout his career. He ranks third in career interceptions (17) and had 181 career tackles. Johnson played with the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets in the NFL and now plays in the Canadian Football League. He was the CFL’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player in 2011, becoming the first defensive back to win the award. He is a two-time CFL All-Star. Safeties Derek Pagel and Sean Considine joined the Iowa program as walk-ons and earned their way into the starting line-up. Each helped the Hawkeyes win a Big Ten title as seniors and both were NFL draft selections. Pagel earned second team all-Big Ten honors in 2002 was selected in the fifth round of the 2003 draft. Considine was a fourth round selection in 2005 after earning honorable mention all-Big Ten recognition. In 1999, Iowa’s secondary was led by the play of safety Matt Bowen. Bowen led the team in tackles as both a junior and senior. He was voted second team all-Big Ten and was a sixth round selection of the St. Louis Rams in the NFL Draft. Bowen played several seasons in the NFL (Washington and Buffalo) following his college career. Parker was the defensive backfield coach at Toledo for 11 seasons prior to joining the Iowa staff. During his tenure at Toledo, Parker coached 10 all-conference selections and helped the Rockets win conference division championships in 1997 and 1998. Three of his Toledo players, Darren Anderson, Clarence Love and Kelly Herndon, went on to play in the NFL. Anderson and Love were NFL draft selections, while Herndon signed as a free agent and played in the 2006 Super Bowl with Seattle. In 1998, Toledo ranked 19th in the nation in scoring defense. Toledo won Mid-American Conference championships in 1990 and 1995 and competed in the 1995 Las Vegas Bowl. Toledo ranked 12th in the nation in total defense in 1990 and ninth in pass efficiency defense and 11th in rushing defense in 1992. In 1995 Toledo completed an undefeated season and was ranked 22nd in the final UPI poll and 24th in the CNN poll after leading the nation in turnover margin. Toledo also finished second to perennial power Marshall twice when Parker was a member of the Rocket staff. Parker served as a graduate assistant coach for one year at Michigan State. He was on the Spartan staff in 1987 when MSU won the Big Ten title and defeated Southern California in the 1988 Rose Bowl. Phil was a standout defensive back at Michigan State, earning first team all-Big Ten honors in 1983, 1984 and 1985. Parker was named defensive MVP at Michigan State in 1983 and 1985 and was invited to the Hula Bowl following his senior season. During his MSU career the Spartans competed in the 1984 Cherry Bowl and the 1985 All-American Bowl. Parker was named Most Valuable Player in the Cherry Bowl. Parker earned his B.S. degree from Michigan State in 1986. Parker was born March 13, 1963 in Lorain, Ohio. Phil and his wife, Sandy, have two children, Tyler and Paige.

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ASSISTANT COACH - ERIK CAMPBELL Erik Campbell Wide Receivers Fifth Year at Iowa Recruits Michigan Erik Campbell is in his fifth season as wide receiver coach at the University of Iowa. Campbell also coached the tight ends in his first two years on the Iowa staff. He joined the Iowa staff after serving as an assistant coach at Michigan for 13 seasons. Campbell also served as assistant head coach at Michigan for five seasons. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Campbell has participated in 22 bowl games throughout his career. After competing in bowl games four consecutive years as a player, Campbell has coached in 18 bowl games. He has coached in 13 January bowl games, the most recent being Iowa’s victories in the 2009 Outback Bowl and 2010 Orange Bowl. In 2011, Iowa’s Marvin McNutt, Jr. was honored with the Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year award in the Big Ten Conference while being named first team all-Big Ten. He earned All-American recognition from several media outlets. McNutt led Iowa with 82 receptions for 1,315 yards and 12 touchdowns. He tied the school record for receptions in a season, while setting records for yards and touchdowns. In career statistics, McNutt is Iowa’s record holder in receiving yards (2,861) and scoring receptions (28), while ranking second in receptions (170). He was selected by Philadelphia in the sixth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. The 2010 season marked the first time ever Iowa had two wide receivers earn all-Big Ten honors in the same season, as senior Derrell Johnson-Koulianos earned first team honors and junior Marvin McNutt, Jr., was a second team selection. Johnson-Koulianos became Iowa’s all-time leader in receptions and yards (173-2,616). McNutt, Jr., led Iowa with 53 receptions for 861 yards and eight touchdowns. Iowa’s offense has averaged over 220 passing yards per game in each of the past three seasons. Iowa has featured at least three players with at least 30 receptions in each of the last three seasons. In 2009, Senior Tight End Tony Moeaki (30-387 yards) earned first team all-Big Ten honors after having the best season of his career. Moeaki was one of eight semifinalists for the John Mackey Award. He was selected by Kansas City in the third round of the 2010 NFL draft. Moeaki totaled 47 receptions for 556 yards and three scores in his rookie season before missing the 2011 season due to injury. Iowa’s offense in 2008 ranked second in the Big Ten in scoring (30.3) and first downs, third in time of possession and fourth in passing efficiency. Senior tight end Brandon Myers was drafted by Oakland in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL draft and has had three stellar seasons with the Raiders. Campbell, at Michigan, was responsible for the wide receiving corps and worked with the team’s punt returners for 13 seasons. Campbell added the title of assistant head coach prior to the start of the 2003 season. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Campbell coordinated the successful Women’s Football Academy, put on annually by the coaching staff, which helped raise over one million dollars for the University of Michigan Cancer Center. Campbell coached a 1,000-yard receiver an NCAA record eight straight seasons (1998-2005), with Braylon Edwards becoming the ninth player in Division I-A history and the first player in Big Ten history to achieve three straight 1,000-yard seasons. His streak of 1,000-yard receivers came to an end in 2006, but a record three Wolverines receivers gained over 500 yards for the first time in school history.

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In McNutt and Edwards, Campbell has coached two of the top receivers in Big Ten history. McNutt’s 1,315 receiving yards in 2011 ranks seventh best for a single season in the Big Ten, while Edwards had 1,330 yards in 2004 for the sixth best single season total. Edwards leads all Big Ten receivers with 39 career touchdowns, while McNutt ranks 10th with 28 career scores. Campbell was a key factor in the punt return success of Steve Breaston, the Big Ten’s career punt return leader. Breaston returned 127 punts for a conference record 1,599 yards (12.6 avg.) and four scores during his career. Campbell coached three All-Americans during his tenure -- David Terrell, Marquise Walker and Edwards -- and had four players receive the Bo Schembechler Most Valuable Player team award. Campbell’s players have earned All-Big Ten honors 18 times, including 10 first-team citations and eight second-team honors. Campbell joined the Michigan staff in 1995 and coached some of Michigan’s top wide receivers. His list of NFL products includes: Amani Toomer, a second-round draft pick of the New York Giants (1996); Mercury Hayes, a fifth-round pick of the New Orleans Saints (1996); 1997 Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson, a first-round pick of the Oakland Raiders (1998); Streets, a fifth-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers (1999); Marcus Knight, a free agent pickup of the Oakland Raiders (2000); Terrell, the eighth pick of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears; Walker, a third-round selection by the Tampa Bay Buccanneers (2002); free agent signee Ronald Bellamy by the Miami Dolphins (2003); Edwards, the third pick of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns; Jason Avant, a fourth-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles (2006); Steve Breaston, a fifth-round selection of the Arizona Cardinals (2007); Mario Manningham, a third-round pick of the New York Giants (2008); Adrian Arrington, a seventh-round selection of the New Orleans Saints (2008); and Myers, taken in the sixth round by Oakland in 2009. Edwards capped a record-setting career by winning the 2004 Biletnikoff Award as the top wide receiver in college football. Campbell was a four-year letterman (1984-87) at Michigan and boasts starts on both sides of the ball. The Wolverines compiled a 35-13-1 record and won the 1986 Big Ten title while Campbell was a squad member. He is the only player in Michigan football history to start at all four secondary positions in one year. Campbell saw the majority of his action at defensive back, starting 30 career games during his freshman, junior and senior seasons. He started the final 25 games of his career and added five starts as a true freshman. He completed his career with 113 tackles and five interceptions. After collecting 29 tackles in five games as a freshman, Campbell switched to wide receiver for his sophomore campaign. He returned to the defensive secondary for the final two years of his career and saw plenty of action on special teams. He returned 13 punts for an average of 9.2 yards in 1985, and returned four kicks for an 18.5-yard average in 1986. Campbell served as a student assistant coach at Michigan in 1988 before beginning his full-time coaching career as an assistant coach with the U.S. Naval Academy. Campbell spent two season’s coaching running backs for Navy (1989-90), before accepting a position at Ball State University as the running backs coach (1991-93). Campbell coached one season at Syracuse (1994) before returning to Ann Arbor as the Wolverines’ wide receivers coach. Campbell is a native of Gary, Ind., where he was a prep star at Roosevelt High School. He was an all-state selection in football and gained All-American honors in track after leading his team to back-to-back state championships. Campbell is a member of both the Indiana High School Track and Field Hall of Fame and the Indiana High School Football Hall of Fame. He was recognized in his hometown of Gary, Ind. with the Benjamin Hooks Award, presented by the Gary chapter of the NAACP, during the spring of 2010. Campbell earned his bachelor of general studies degree from Michigan in 1988. He was born January 21, 1966. He is single.

Campbell’s Coaching Career Iowa _____________________ WRs, 2010-present Iowa _____________________ WRs, TEs, 2008-2009 Michigan __________________ Assistant Head Coach, 2003-07 Michigan __________________ WRs, 1995-07 Syracuse __________________ RBs, 1994 Ball State __________________ RBs, 1991-93 Navy _____________________ RBs, 1989-90 Michigan __________________ SC, 1988


ASSISTANT COACH - LESTER ERB Lester Erb Running Backs and Special Teams 13th Year at Iowa Recruits Illinois and Wisconsin

Lester Erb is in his 13th season at the University of Iowa. Erb is in his fifth season coaching the Iowa running backs after coaching Iowa’s wide receivers for eight years. He has worked with special teams throughout his career at Iowa. He became a member of the Hawkeye coaching staff in 2000 after spending one year on the Army staff as tight ends coach. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Erb was honored by Rivals.com following the 2011 season as one of the top 25 recruiters in the nation. Erb also earned the same accolades in 2005. The Hawkeyes have relied on young players at the running back position the last three seasons. Under Erb’s direction, those young players have performed well. Freshman Jordan Canzeri led Iowa in rushing (22-58) and receptions (6-28, 1 TD) in the 2011 Insight Bowl. Marcus Coker rushed for 1,384 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2011. As a freshman in 2010, Coker set Iowa bowl records for attempts and yards (33-219), scoring two touchdowns while earning offensive Player of the Game honors in Iowa’s 2010 Insight Bowl win over Missouri. In his first season working with the Iowa running backs in 2008, Erb had the opportunity to coach Shonn Greene, who earned the Doak Walker Award as the top running back in the nation. Greene earned consensus All-American honors and was the offensive Player of the Year in the Big Ten Conference. He rushed for 1,850 yards to set an Iowa single-season rushing mark and was the only running back in the nation to surpass 100 yards in every game during the season. Greene was the first player selected in the third round (New York Jets) of the 2009 NFL draft. Greene led the Jet rushing attack at the end of his rookie season. The Jets advanced to the AFC championship game in both 2009 and 2010. In 2009, Iowa’s two freshmen running backs combined to rush for 1,475 yards and 13 touchdowns as Iowa posted an 11-2 overall record, placing second in the Big Ten and winning the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl. Over the past 10 seasons, the play of Iowa’s special teams has been a key ingredient in Iowa’s success. Iowa led the Big Ten and ranked 25th in the nation in net punting last season. The Hawkeyes ranked third in the Big Ten in net punting in 2010 after ranking fourth in 2009, third in 2008 and second in 2007. Iowa allowed just 4.6 yards on punt returns to rank ninth in the nation last season. In 2010, Iowa ranked sixth in the nation in punt coverage (3.9) and 12th in kickoff returns (25.3). Senior punter Ryan Donahue was a finalist for the Ray Guy Punter of the Year award in 2010. In 2004, Iowa ranked 15th in the nation in punt returns. The Hawkeyes recorded four blocked punts and two blocked field goals. Two of the blocked punts came in the Capital One Bowl win over LSU. Iowa in 2003 ranked second in the Big Ten in KO returns (22.2) and third in punt returns (13.1), while setting a school record with five blocked punts. In addition, Ramon Ochoa set Iowa single-season marks for punt returns (40) and return yards (495).

Erb coached PK Nate Kaeding to first team All-America honors in both 2002 and 2003. Kaeding was named winner of the 2002 Lou Groza Placekicker of the Year award and was one of three finalists for the award in 2003. Kaeding is Iowa’s career scoring leader and holds 14 school records. He was drafted in the third round of the NFL draft by the San Diego Chargers, the first kicker since 2000 to be selected on the first day of the draft. He earned all-Pro recognition in both 2006 and 2009. Under Erb’s direction, Iowa’s 2002 kickoff return team led the nation with a 25.1 yard average. Iowa has also ranked first (2004), second (2009) and third (2003 & 2005) in the Big Ten in kickoff coverage. In 2007, Iowa’s offense lost its top two receivers (WR Andy Brodell and TE Tony Moeaki) for the season in the fourth game of the year. From there, two freshmen ended the season as Iowa’s top receivers. Erb was instrumental in the development of wide receivers Ed Hinkel and Clinton Solomon, two seniors in 2005. Both ended their careers with over 100 receptions and over 1,500 receiving yards. Solomon ranks ninth in career receiving yards and his average of 15.8 yards per catch ranks second. Hinkel ranks 16th in career yardage and served as a very dependable punt returner throughout his career. Both signed NFL free agent contracts immediately following the 2006 NFL draft. Wide receivers C.J. Jones and Maurice Brown were both named honorable mention all-Big Ten in 2002. Jones played in the NFL following his Hawkeye career. Brown, as a senior in 2003, had 33 receptions for 507 yards, despite missing five games due to injury. Brown signed a free agent contract with the New Orleans Saints following his senior year. In 2001, Iowa led the Big Ten Conference in punt returns (14.6 yards per return) and ranked fifth in kickoff returns (20.1 yards per return). WR Kahlil Hill was named as the national Special Teams Player of the Year after ranking nationally in both punt and KO returns. Defensively, Iowa’s opponents averaged just 7.5 yards on punt returns and 19 yards on kickoff returns. Iowa’s wide receivers also had an excellent season in 2000, with Kevin Kasper setting a single-season record with 82 catches (for 1,010 yards) and Hill catching 58 passes for 619 yards. Hill also ranked among national leaders in both kickoff and punt returns as a junior. Six Iowa receivers, coached by Erb, signed NFL contracts. Erb coached in the National Football League in 1997 and 1998, having worked directly with Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz on the Baltimore Ravens staff. He was Baltimore’s offensive quality control coach while working with the offensive line. He was largely responsible for scouting opponent defenses and assisted with special teams. Erb gained experience on the Syracuse and Hobart College football staffs. Erb served three years at Syracuse, where his primary responsibilities included helping with the offensive line and scout team preparation. Erb also coached receivers at Hobart College for three years. Erb was a standout receiver at Bucknell University, where he set records for touchdown receptions in a season and career. He set a school record for average yards per catch in a single game when he averaged 33.7 yards on six catches vs. Fordham. His 902 receiving yards in 1989 ranks second best all-time at Bucknell. He ranks fifth in career all-purpose yards (3,286) and was Bucknell’s Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1990. He earned his B.A. in business administration from Bucknell and his M.A. in high educational administration from Syracuse. Erb was born April 22, 1969. He and his wife, Eileen, have two sons, Jacob and A.J., and two daughters, Emily and Sarah.

Erb’s Coaching Career Iowa _____________________ RBs, ST, 2008-present Iowa _____________________ WRs, ST, 2000-2007 Army _____________________ TEs, 1999 Baltimore Ravens ___________ AC, 1997-98 Syracuse __________________ AC, 1994-96 Hobart College _____________ WRs, 1991-93

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ASSISTANT COACH - BRIAN FERENTZ Brian Ferentz Offensive Line First Year at Iowa Recruits Ohio Brian Ferentz, a three-year letterman as an offensive lineman at the University of Iowa, is in his first year as Iowa’s offensive line coach after being named to the position in February. Brian joins the Hawkeye staff after spending the previous four years with the NFL’s New England Patriots. Brian, the son of head coach Kirk Ferentz, served as New England’s tight ends coach in 2011, helping the Patriots win the AFC championship and a spot in the 2012 Super Bowl. Brian was an offensive assistant coach in 2010, working exclusively with the tight ends. He spent 2009 as a coaching assistant after serving as a scouting assistant for the Patriots during the 2008 season. Under his direction, Patriots rookie tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez made a big impact in 2010. Gronkowski finished first among all rookie tight ends with 10 touchdown catches, while Hernandez ranked second with six touchdown receptions. Gronkowski and Hernandez are the first pair of rookie tight ends with at least five touchdowns in the same season in NFL history. Gronkowski’s 10 touchdowns rank second in NFL history for a rookie tight end. Only Mike Ditka (12) had more touchdowns as a rookie. While both tight ends made a big impact in 2010, Gronkowski and Hernandez each set additional records in 2011. Gronkowski set three NFL single season records in 2011: receiving touchdowns by a tight end (17), total touchdowns by a tight end (18) and receiving yards by a tight end (1,327). Gronkowski and Hernandez also set three NFL single season records together: total touchdowns by a tight end tandem (24), receptions by a tight end tandem (169) and total yards by a tight end tandem (2,237). Brian played both offensive guard and center during his Iowa career. He earned honorable mention All-Big Ten honors as a senior in 2005, and was academic All-Big Ten in 2003. He was a team captain as a senior and played on Iowa teams that were among the most successful in school history. Brian was part of two Big Ten championship teams (2002 and 2004).

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He started at center in every game as a senior in 2005. He started eight games at right guard in 2004 as the Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title and a bid to the Capital One Bowl. Iowa won each of the eight games he started after he had missed the first four games of the year due to injury. Ferentz earned the starting center position as a sophomore and started five games before missing the second half of the season due to injury. During his tenure as a player, Iowa participated in the BCS FedEx Orange Bowl, two Outback Bowls, and a Capital One Bowl, compiling an overall record of 38-12. The Hawkeyes defeated Florida in the 2004 Outback Bowl and defending national champion LSU in the 2005 Capital One Bowl. Ferentz was a member of Iowa’s Leadership Council and as a senior was the recipient of the Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat Award”. The annual award goes to the Hawkeye player who gives extraordinary effort on the field. He was recognized with the “Next Man In” award as a junior. Brian was selected to participate in the 2006 Hula Bowl following his Hawkeye career. He signed a free-agent contract with Atlanta and was a member of the Falcons practice squad in 2006. He was with the New Orleans Saints throughout their 2007 training camp. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Iowa in 2006. Brian was born March 28, 1983 in Iowa City. His wife’s name is Nicole.

Ferentz’ Coaching Career Iowa ___________________________OL, 2012-present New England Patriots ______________TE’s, 2011 New England Patriots ______________Off. Ast., TE’s, 2010 New England Patriots ______________Coaching Ast., 2009 New England Patriots ______________Scouting Ast., 2008


ASSISTANT COACH - ERIC JOHNSON Eric Johnson Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Defensive Line 14th Year at Iowa Recruits Southern Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Missouri

Eric Johnson is in his 14th season as a member of the University of Iowa football staff. Johnson is in his 10th year as Iowa’s recruiting coordinator. In addition to his duties as recruiting coordinator, Johnson is in his first season as Iowa’s assistant defensive line coach. Johnson also coached Hawkeye tight ends in 2010 and 2011 after assisting with Hawkeye linebackers for two seasons (2008 & 2009). Johnson previously coached Iowa’s tight ends for five seasons (2003-07) and served as Iowa’s quality control assistant for three years. He was a defensive graduate assistant during his first year (1999) at Iowa. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Johnson has been heavily involved in Iowa’s recruiting efforts since joining the Hawkeye staff. The 2006 recruiting class was ranked extremely high by all the recruiting experts. Iowa’s 2005 recruiting class was ranked among the top 10 in the nation by all of the top recruiting services, while Iowa’s classes in 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2009 were all ranked in the nation’s top 25. Sporting News ranked Iowa’s 2011 recruiting class second best among Big Ten programs and the most recent class is ranked third among league programs. Johnson ranked as one of the top ten recruiting coordinators in the country by Tom Lemming in 2001 and was named one of the Top Ten Recruiters in the Big Ten Conference by Rivals.com in 2007. Under Johnson’s direction, Iowa’s group of tight ends in 2011 combined for 37 receptions for 394 yards and five touchdowns. Sophomore C.J. Fiedorowicz led the way with three touchdowns among his 16 receptions for 167 yards. Senior Brad Herman signed a free agent contract with the New England Patriots immediately following the 2012 NFL draft. In 2010, senior Allen Reisner had his best season, ranking third on the team with 42 receptions for 460 yards, while scoring two touchdowns. The play of Iowa’s linebackers played a key role in Iowa’s success in 2008 and 2009. Iowa ranked eighth in the nation in scoring defense and total defense in 2009. Iowa led the Big Ten and ranked fifth nationally in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense in 2008. LB Pat Angerer earned all-America recognition following the 2009 season. Angerer was first team all-Big Ten and OLB A.J. Edds was named second team. Angerer led Iowa in tackles in both 2008 and 2009 and was a second round selection (Indianapolis) in the 2010 NFL draft. Edds was selected in the fourth round (Miami). Angerer ranked among the leading tacklers in the NFL in 2011.

Tight end Scott Chandler earned second team all-Big Ten honors in 2006 and was selected in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL draft by the San Diego Chargers. As a senior Chandler led the team in touchdown receptions (six), ranked second in receptions (46) and third in receiving yards (591). He ranks 19th in career receiving yards (1,467) and is second among all Iowa tight ends in both yards and receptions (117). Chandler had his best season in the NFL in 2011, with 38 receptions for 389 yards and six touchdowns for the Buffalo Bills. In 2004, Eric coached Tony Jackson, who was selected by Seattle in the 2005 NFL Draft. In 2003 Johnson coached Erik Jensen, who was taken in the NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. Jensen joined the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005 and earned a Super Bowl championship. Six tight ends that started for Iowa under Johnson have been drafted into the NFL. Brandon Myers, a senior in 2008, was selected by Oakland in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL draft and has been a key contributor during his two seasons in the NFL. Johnson joined the Iowa staff after serving as a graduate assistant coach at Vanderbilt University from 1996-98, working one season with the linebackers and two years with the defensive backs. At Vanderbilt Eric worked under Coach Woody Widenhofer for one season and under Norm Parker, Iowa’s defensive coordinator for the last 13 seasons, for two years. Johnson attended Vanderbilt after his prep career at Whitefish Bay HS in Milwaukee, WI, where he was defensive MVP as a senior linebacker. After a redshirt season Eric was a member of the Vanderbilt squad for one season before being injured. Johnson was a student assistant coach at Vandy for two seasons, working with Coach Gerry DiNardo. After earning his bachelor’s degree in history in 1995, Eric remained at Vanderbilt as Director of Football Operations for one year before serving as a graduate assistant coach. Johnson has completed course work towards his master’s degree in health, promotion and education. Eric was born May 24, 1972 in Milwaukee. Eric and his wife, Patsy, have twin daughters, Jamie and Sydney.

Johnson’s Coaching Career Iowa ___________________________RC, Ast. DL, 2012-present Iowa ___________________________RC, TEs, 2010-11 Iowa ___________________________RC, LBs, 2008-09 Iowa ___________________________RC, TEs, 2003-07 Iowa ___________________________QC, 2000-03 Iowa ___________________________GA, 1999 Vanderbilt _______________________GA, 1995-98

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ASSISTANT COACH - REESE MORGAN Reese Morgan Defensive Line 13th Year at Iowa Recruits Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota Reese Morgan, one of the most successful high school coaches in Iowa prep history, is in his 13th year as a member of the University of Iowa coaching staff. He will coach Iowa’s defensive line in 2012. Morgan served as Iowa’s offensive line coach the last nine seasons after spending the first three years on the staff as tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Among the reasons for Iowa’s recent success has been the play of Iowa’s offensive line, working under the direction of Morgan. With two new starters in 2011, the Hawkeye offense line led the way as Iowa’s offense featured a 3,000-yard passing quarterback and a running back and wide receiver who each gained over 1,300 yards. Junior tackle Riley Reiff earned first team all-Big Ten honors in 2011, along with earning All-America recognition from several outlets. In addition, senior guard Adam Gettis was named second team all-Big Ten and junior center James Ferentz and senior tackle Markus Zusevics earned honorable mention recognition. Reiff declared for the NFL Draft following his junior season and was selected in the first round by the Detroit Lions. As the 23rd overall selection, Reiff became Iowa’s third first round selection in the last three years. In addition, Gettis was selected in the fifth round by Washington and Zusevics signed an NFL free agent contract with New England the day after the draft. Iowa has had at least one offensive lineman selected in eight of the last 10 NFL drafts. Iowa’s offensive line featured three first-year starters in 2010. Still, the Hawkeyes ranked among the national leaders in fewest penalties, fewest penalty yards, QB sacks allowed and fewest turnovers. Senior guard Julian Vandervelde and sophomore tackle Riley Reiff earned second team all-Big Ten honors. Vandervelde was selected in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL draft by Philadelphia. In 2009, tackle Bryan Bulaga was named Offensive Lineman of the Year in the Big Ten, earning first team all-conference honors. Dace Richardson returned to earn first team honors after missing over a year and a half due to injury. Bulaga declared for the NFL draft following his junior season in 2009 and was the 23rd player selected in the 2010 NFL draft when he was taken by the Green Bay Packers. Tackle Kyle Calloway was selected in the sixth round by the Buffalo Bills. Bulaga earned a starting spot at right tackle for the Super Bowl champion Packers as a rookie. He is the youngest player ever to start in the Super Bowl. Iowa, in 2008, ranked third in the Big Ten and 26th nationally in rushing yards per game (188.7). Iowa featured running back Shonn Greene, who earned the Doak Walker Award as the top running back in the nation. Greene was the only running back in the nation to rush for over 100 yards in every game during the 2008 season. Senior Seth Olsen led the way for the Hawkeyes in 2008, earning first team all-Big Ten honors and All-American recognition. Center Rob Bruggeman and tackles Kyle Calloway and Bryan Bulaga all earned second team allconference recognition. Olsen was selected in the fourth round of the 2009 NFL draft by Denver. Bruggeman signed a free agent contract with Tampa Bay immediately following the draft and is now with the Kansas City Chiefs. The 2006 Hawkeyes ranked third in the Big Ten in total offense (just a yard behind second place Ohio State) and second in pass offense. In 2005, Iowa

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boasted the Big Ten’s leading rusher and the league’s best red zone offense. In the 2007 NFL draft, Marshal Yanda (Baltimore) was selected in the third round and Mike Elgin (New England) was a seventh round selection. In addition, Mike Jones signed a free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers. Jones was a first team all-Big Ten selection, while Yanda earned second team honors. Elgin was a first team academic All-American in each of his final two seasons. Yanda has started at both guard and tackle for the Ravens over the past five seasons and was selected for the 2012 Pro Bowl. In 2005 the Hawkeyes averaged 30 points a game behind quarterback Drew Tate and Big Ten rushing leader Albert Young. Senior center Brian Ferentz started the final 20 games of his career in 2004 and 2005 and signed a free agent contract with Atlanta immediately following the 2006 NFL draft. Due to a number of injuries to Iowa running backs in 2004, Iowa developed one of the most dangerous passing attacks in the nation. The Hawkeyes scored 23 points or more in the final five games of the season, including 30 points in wins over Wisconsin and LSU. For the year, Iowa ranked second in the Big Ten in passing offense, pass efficiency and red zone offense. Right tackle Pete McMahon was the lone senior in 2004 in the offensive line. Facing two of the more-highly regarded defensive ends in the nation in Iowa’s final two games, McMahon led by example by controlling his opponents, who were both first round selections in the NFL draft. McMahon was taken in the NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. Anchored by consensus All-American and Outland Trophy winner Robert Gallery at left tackle, Iowa’s offensive line had four new starters to start the 2003 season. By the end of the year, in which the Hawkeyes won 10 games and featured RB Fred Russell with over 1,300 rushing yards, the offensive line had meshed together as one of Iowa’s strong points. The Hawkeyes ended the season by rushing for over 200 yards in a win at Wisconsin and in the Outback Bowl win over Florida. Gallery was a consensus first team All-American at the end of the year. He was the second player selected in the NFL Draft, being taken by the Oakland Raiders. In becoming Iowa’s third Outland Trophy winner, he became the second Outland Trophy winner coached by Morgan. As the head coach at Benton Community HS, Morgan coached Chad Hennings, the 1987 winner, who was a defensive tackle at the Air Force Academy. Hennings is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. As tight ends coach in 2002, Morgan coached tight end Dallas Clark to consensus All-America honors. Clark was also named winner of the John Mackey Award, which goes annually to college football’s top tight end. Clark was named to at least seven first team All-America teams. Clark has earned a Super Bowl championship with the Indianapolis Colts and earned all-Pro honors in 2009. Morgan became part of the Iowa staff after eight years as head coach at West HS in Iowa City. West won state Class 4A (largest class in the state) titles in 1995, 1998 and 1999. Morgan left the program with a 26-game winning streak. Between 1994 and 1999 his West High School teams were 62-7. His overall record at West was 67-20. He has totaled 146 career prep victories. Morgan is a member of the Iowa High School Coach’s Hall of Fame. He also served as Assistant Principal and Dean of Students at West. Reese also served as a teacher (1973-92), assistant football coach (197377) and head football coach (1978-91) at Benton Community High School. He led Benton Community into the state playoffs on three occasions. Morgan attended St. Mary’s High School in Lorain, Ohio. He lettered three times in football and one year in track and field. Reese was a four-year letterman (linebacker) at Wartburg College and was team captain as a senior in 1971. Morgan earned his B.A. degree in education from Wartburg and earned a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Northern Iowa. Morgan was born June 22, 1950. Reese and his wife, Jo, have two daughters, Jessica and Caitlin, along with granddaughters Morgan and Hayden, and grandsons Cade and Jace.

Morgan’s Coaching Career Iowa ____________________________ Iowa ____________________________ Iowa ____________________________ West HS __________________________ Benton Community HS _____________ Benton Community HS _____________

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ASSISTANT COACH - DARRELL WILSON Darrell Wilson Defensive Backs and Special Teams 11th Year at Iowa Recruits New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania Darrell Wilson is in his 11th year on the football coaching staff at the University of Iowa. He will coach the defensive secondary in 2012, while also continuing to assist with Iowa’s special teams. Wilson coached all the linebacker positions and special teams for four seasons after working with special teams and outside linebackers in his first six seasons. Wilson was named by Rivals.com in February, 2011 as one of the top 25 recruiters in the nation. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Iowa’s defense has been led by the play of its linebackers over the years, and 2011 was no exception. Sophomore linebackers James Morris and Christian Kirksey tied for the team lead with 110 tackles each, while senior Tyler Nielsen ranked fifth on the team with 73 tackles. Both Nielsen and Morris earned honorable mention all-Big Ten recognition. Nielsen signed an NFL free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings immediately following the 2012 NFL Draft. Iowa, in 2010, ranked fifth in the nation in total defense (332.1), sixth in rushing defense (101.5) and seventh in scoring defense (17.0). Iowa also tied for seventh in turnover margin (+13) and 11th in interceptions (19). Iowa’s special teams ranked sixth nationally in punt coverage (3.9) and 12th in kickoff returns (25.3). Senior linebacker Jeremiha Hunter led the Iowa defense with 90 tackles in 2010, despite fighting injuries through the second half of the season. Hunter started 36 games in his career. In addition, true freshman James Morris was forced to start the final six games at middle linebacker and responded by earning Freshman All-America recognition. Iowa’s defense was led by middle linebacker Pat Angerer in 2008 and 2009. Angerer earned All-America honors in 2009 while ranking fourth in the nation in tackles per game (11.2). Angerer led Iowa in tackles for two seasons and ranks 26th on Iowa’s career tackle chart (258). He was selected in the second round of the 2010 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts and started 10 games in his rookie season. In 2011 he started all 16 games and ranked fourth in the NFL in total tackles for the season, just behind former Hawkeye Chad Greenway (Minnesota). In addition, outside linebacker A.J. Edds concluded his career in 2009 with 226 tackles to rank 44th on Iowa’s career list. Edds was second on the team with five interceptions in 2009 and earned second team all-Big Ten recognition. Miami selected Edds in the fourth round of the NFL draft. Angerer and Edds led an Iowa defense that ranked third in the nation in pass efficiency, fourth in pass defense, tied for fifth in interceptions, ranked eighth in scoring defense and 10th in total defense. Iowa, in 2008, led the Big Ten and ranked fifth nationally in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense. Iowa was second in the league in rushing defense and total defense, ranking ninth and 12th in the nation in those categories, respectively. Iowa ranked fourth in the nation while equaling a school record with 23 interceptions. Special teams play has been a key ingredient in Iowa’s success. Iowa’s special teams last season led the Big Ten in net punting and ranked ninth nationally in punt coverage. Iowa was third in the Big Ten in net punting

(37.8) in 2010, fourth in 2009, third in 2008 and second in 2007. Punter Ryan Donahue was a finalist for the Ray Guy Punter of the Year award in 2010. WR Colin Sandeman ranked second in the Big Ten in punt returns in 2009 and fourth in 2010. In 2004, Iowa ranked 15th in the nation in punt returns. The Hawkeyes recorded four blocked punts and two blocked field goals. Two of the blocked punts came in the Capital One Bowl win over LSU. Iowa, in 2003, ranked second in the Big Ten in KO returns (22.2) and third in punt returns (13.1), while setting a school record with five blocked punts. In addition, Ramon Ochoa set Iowa single-season marks for punt returns (40) and return yards (495), while ranking among Big Ten leaders in both punt and kickoff returns. The Hawkeye defense led the Big Ten in turnover margin and red zone defense in 2007, while ranking third in scoring defense and fourth in rushing defense. The Hawkeye defenders did much to turn around Iowa’s season in 2005. The defense was able to shut down a pair of nationally ranked teams (Wisconsin and Minnesota) in the final two games to clinch a fourth straight January bowl bid. Iowa led the Big Ten in red zone defense and ranked third in rushing defense and scoring defense. The defense set the tone for Iowa’s championship run in 2004, as Iowa won its final eight games of the season, including a win over LSU, the defending national champion, in the Capital One Bowl. Five of eight league foes scored two touchdowns or less and three were held to seven points or less. Iowa, that season, ranked fifth nationally in rushing defense (92.5), 11th in total defense (293.8), sixth in turnover margin (+1.08), 16th in scoring defense (17.6) and 17th in pass efficiency defense (106.7). The Hawkeyes led the Big Ten in rushing defense and turnover margin, while leading the league in red zone defense for the second straight year. Iowa, in 2003, ranked seventh nationally in scoring defense (16.2), eighth in rushing defense (92.7), 16th in total defense (314.5) and 24th in pass efficiency defense (110.3). The Hawkeye defense held eight of 13 opponents to less than 75 rushing yards. Darrell coached Grant Steen at outside linebacker in 2002 and 2003 as Steen earned second team all-Big Ten honors in 2002 and honorable mention recognition as a senior. Steen intercepted three passes in a win at Indiana in 2002, a feat that tied the NCAA record for interceptions in a game by a linebacker. Wilson joined the Iowa staff after serving as outside linebacker coach and special teams coordinator at Wisconsin for two years (2000-01). One of his star players at Wisconsin was punter Kevin Stemke, winner of the 2000 Ray Guy Punter of the Year Award. He also coached running backs at Rutgers (1999) and the defensive secondary and wide receivers at Rhode Island (1996-98). Before his collegiate coaching career began, he compiled a 65-18 record as head coach at Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, NJ (1988-95). His Wilson HS teams won five conference championships and four times advanced to the South Jersey Group III state finals. Along with the outstanding success of his teams on the football field, Wilson was named Camden’s “Citizen of the Year” by the Rotary Club in 1992. A former honorable mention Division I-AA all-America defensive back for Connecticut (1976-80), Wilson was named to the Huskies’ 100th anniversary all-time team in 1998. He played one year with the New England Patriots (1981) and five seasons (1982-86) with the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts. He was a member of the 1983 squad that won the CFL’s Grey Cup. Wilson graduated from Connecticut (1981) with a B.A. in sociology. Darrell was born July 28, 1958. He and his wife, Monica, have four daughters, Brianna, Kayla, Kiana and Jehlani.

Wilson’s Coaching Career Iowa ____________________________ Iowa ____________________________ Iowa ____________________________ Wisconsin ________________________ Rutgers __________________________ Rhode Island ______________________ Woodrow Wilson HS ________________

DBs, ST, 2012-Present LBs, ST, 2008-11 OLBs, ST, 2002-2007 OLBs, ST, 2000-01 RBs, 1999 DBs, WRs, 1996-98 HC, 1988-95

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ASSISTANT COACH - LEVAR WOODS LeVar Woods Linebackers Fifth Year at Iowa Recruits Missouri and Texas

LeVar Woods, a three-year football letterman at the University of Iowa and a veteran of seven seasons in the National Football League, is in his first season as Iowa’s linebackers coach. Woods previously served as an administrative assistant with the Iowa program since September, 2008. Woods served as Iowa’s defensive line coach in the 2011 Insight Bowl. Despite the loss to 14th-ranked Oklahoma, the Hawkeye defense held the Sooners to a season-low 275 yards total offense and just 114 net rushing yards. Iowa linemen recorded four tackles for loss and two sacks and an interception. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. As an administrative assistant, Woods assisted the coaching staff in compiling statistical information, gathering information on opponents and recruits and assisting in the day to day operation of the football office. During his NFL playing career, Woods played for Arizona, Chicago, Detroit and Tennessee. Woods signed with the Cardinals as a free agent in 2001 and spent the first four years of his career in Arizona. In 88 career games Woods totaled 168 tackles, 2.5 QB sacks, four fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. Woods teams with fellow NFL player Kyle Vanden Bosch (both are graduates of West Lyon HS in Inwood, Iowa) in hosting a youth football camp in their hometown. He has also founded the LeVar Woods Football Academy in Okoboji, Iowa, teaching fundamentals and techniques to youth and high school athletes. During his stint with the Cardinals, Woods was named a finalist for both the Byron “Whizzer” White and Walter Payton Man of the Year awards, recognizing his contributions to charity. Woods has been involved with several charitable organizations throughout his career, including the Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids foundation, Homeward Bound, Soup Kitchen, Youth Christmas shopping trips and, Milk and Cookies Youth Reading Program, along with speaking engagements to elementary school children. Woods has also been instrumental in developing the Hawkeye Readers youth reading program in conjunction with the Iowa City: UNESCO City of Literature, which helps promote the importance of literacy to children.

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He has also been involved with the NFL’s Executive and Entrepreneurship programs through the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, the Kellogg Business School at Northwestern University and the Stanford School of Business. Woods lettered as a member of the Hawkeye football team from 19982000. He was a two-year starter at outside linebacker, totaling 165 career tackles, including 18 tackles for loss and four sacks. He was a team captain as a senior in 2000 and earned honorable mention all-Big Ten honors from both league coaches and media after recording 97 tackles. He was selected for the Blue-Gray All-Star game following his senior season. Along with serving as defensive team captain, Woods was co-Most Valuable Player and the recipient of the Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat Award”, given each year to the Hawkeye player who gives extraordinary effort on the field. Woods attended West Lyon HS in Inwood, Iowa, where he earned all-state honors and was the Class 2A Player of the Year as a senior. He rushed for 1,226 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, while totaling 50 tackles, nine QB sacks and two recovered fumbles as a defensive end. He earned his degree in elementary education from the University of Iowa in December, 2000. Woods was born March 15, 1978 in Cleveland, OH. LeVar and his wife, Meghann, have two children, a daughter (Sydney) and a son (Mason).

Wood’s Coaching Career Iowa ____________________________ LB, 2012-present Iowa ____________________________ AA, 2008-11


DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS - PAUL FEDERICI Paul Federici Director of Football Operations Ninth Year at Iowa Paul Federici is in his ninth season working with Iowa’s football program. Federici is in his fourth year as director of football operations after serving as director of athletic training services for five years. Federici coordinates all the off the field logistics, as well as practice schedules and other football related items, for Head Coach Kirk Ferentz and the Hawkeye football program. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. In his first season as director of football operations, Federici assisted with the planning, coordination and implementation of Iowa’s daily operation and travel plans as the Hawkeyes concluded the 2009 season with a 24-14 win in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl and a national ranking of seventh in the nation.

Federici has assisted in eight bowl games during his career, including the 2001 Senior Bowl, 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2006 Outback Bowl, 2006 Alamo Bowl, 2009 Outback Bowl, 2010 Orange Bowl and both the 2010 and 2011 Insight Bowl. Federici joined the Iowa Athletic Department staff in 2004 after serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Seattle Seahawks for five seasons. Prior to joining the Seahawks in January, 1999, Federici was the Head Athletic Trainer at Vanderbilt University from 1994-99. As an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Vanderbilt from 1987-1993, Federici worked with football, baseball, men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf teams. He was named Head Athletic Trainer for the Commodores in 1994, and was recognized as the College Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society that year. Certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association in 1985, Federici served as a test site administrator and host athletic trainer for the N.A.T.A. Board of Certification examinations from 1991-95. He has volunteered for the Tennessee State Amateur Games, the LPGA Sara Lee Tournament at Hermitage Golf Club, and the Senior PGA Bell South Tournament at Springhouse Golf Club. Federici was a case study presenter at the 2001 A.O.S.S.M. meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., as well as the 2002 N.A.T.A. June Symposium in Dallas, Texas. While at Vanderbilt, Federici served on several athletic department committees, including the Mission/Vision planning team, the External Communications Committee, the Management Team of Department Heads and the Sports Nutrition Planning Team. Federici earned his B.S. degree in Health Education from Penn State University in 1985 and his M.Ed. in Health Promotion/Education from Vanderbilt in 1991. Federici was born in Findlay, Ohio and grew up in Oakmont, Penn. He and his wife, Teddie, have a son, Noah.

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CHRIS DOYLE/DUSTYN BAETHKE Chris Doyle Strength and Conditioning 14th Year at Iowa Chris Doyle is in his 14th year as strength and conditioning coach for the University of Iowa football program. As the head of Iowa’s strength and conditioning program, Doyle has helped the Hawkeye program become bowl eligible in each of the last 11 seasons. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Doyle is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCCa). He was presented with the certification of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach in May. The certification is considered the highest honor that can be achieved in the coaching profession of Strength and Conditioning and represents professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise and longevity in the field. The NSCA named Doyle the Big Ten Strength Coach of the Year in 1999. He was one of 20 nominees for the Professional of the Year Award, given annually and selected by the NSCA membership. The award recognizes college professionals who have shown excellence in strength training and conditioning programs. He served as director of strength and conditioning for the University of Utah in 1998. Under Doyle’s direction the Utah basketball team played in the national championship game. While in Utah, Doyle also served as state director for the NSCA. Doyle was assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Wisconsin from 1996-98. He oversaw the training programs for football and hockey teams during this time. The Badger football team participated in two bowl games (Copper and Outback) and the hockey team won the WCHA championship during his tenure. As a strength and conditioning professional, Doyle has tutored 167 student-athletes who have advanced to the professional ranks in the NFL, NHL and NBA. Iowa has had a total of 36 players selected in the past eight NFL drafts, including six in each of the three most recent drafts. Overall, 45 Iowa players have been drafted in the past 10 years, with six first round selections and nine players being selected among the top 50 picks. In addition, 43 additional Hawkeye players signed free agent contracts in the past eight years. Iowa, since 2003, has seen five former walk-ons selected in the NFL draft. Over the past 11 years, 102 of 112 (91 percent) of Iowa’s senior starters were selected in the NFL draft or signed to an NFL free agent contract. Six Hawkeyes were selected in the most recent NFL draft, while six additional seniors signed free agent contracts immediately following the draft. Iowa and Alabama are the only two programs to have a first round draft selection in each of the last three years. In addition, Iowa’s 18 draft selections over the past three years ties for third best nationally, behind Alabama and USC. Doyle has mentored 40 former assistants who have advanced in the field of Strength and Conditioning, with 15 becoming head strength and conditioning coaches.

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Doyle served as offensive line coach at Holy Cross from 1992-95. He also worked as a graduate assistant at Notre Dame in 1991 and Syracuse in 1990. Notre Dame won the 1992 Sugar Bowl following the 1991 season and Syracuse won the 1990 Aloha Bowl. Doyle was a three-year starter on the offensive line at Boston University from 1986-88. He served as a student assistant for the football program there in 1989. Chris earned his B.S. in human movement from Boston University in 1990 and his M.Ed. in education from Boston University in 1991. Doyle was born June 30, 1968. Chris is from Quincy, Mass., and attended Boston College High School. He was inducted into the Boston College High School Hall of Fame in November, 2004. Chris and his wife, Tia, have three sons, Declan, Donovan and Dillon.

Doyle’s Coaching Career Iowa _______ Utah _______ Wisconsin ___ Holy Cross ___ Notre Dame _ Syracuse ____

Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 1999-present Director of Strength & Conditioning ___________ 1998 Assistant Strength Coach _________________ 1996-97 Offensive Line Coach ____________________ 1992-95 Graduate Assistant _________________________ 1991 Graduate Assistant _________________________ 1990

Dustyn Baethke Strength and Conditioning Assistant Third Year at Iowa

Dustyn Baethke is in his third year as assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Iowa. Baethke served as a strength and conditioning intern with the Hawkeye football program during the 2009 summer. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. Iowa recorded a 27-24 win over 12thranked Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Baethke served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Boise State in 2009-10. At Boise State he designed and implemented programs for wrestling and women’s swimming and diving while also assisting with the Bronco football team. In 2008-09 Baethke served as a strength and conditioning intern at Central College, where he worked primarily with the football program. A native of Williamsburg, Iowa, he attended Central College, where he was a four-year football letterman. Baethke served as a team co-captain in both 2006 and 2007. Baethke earned his bachelor’s degree from Central College in 2007, with a double major in exercise science and mathematics. He earned his Master of Arts degree in education from Boise State in 2012. He graduated from Williamsburg HS in 2003. As a prep he participated in football, basketball, baseball and track. Dustyn is a Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, certified by USA Weightlifting (USAW). He is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) and is Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified by the CSCCa. Baethke was born April 9, 1985 in Algona, Iowa. He is single.


RAIMOND BRAITHWAITE/CHAD KRAKLIO Raimond Braithwaite

Chad Kraklio

Strength and Conditioning Assistant Eighth Year at Iowa

Strength and Conditioning Assistant Second Year at Iowa

Raimond Braithwaite is in his eighth year as assistant strength and conditioning coach with the University of Iowa football program. Braithwaite was a member of the Iowa staff from 2002-04 and rejoined the Hawkeye program after serving as the head strength and conditioning coach at Delaware State (2005-07). Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. At Delaware State, Braithwaite helped lead the Hornets to a 25-9 record in three seasons. In 2007, Delaware State finished 10-2, the best season in school history. The Hornets also won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with a perfect 8-0 record. Delaware State was ranked as high as eighth during the season and finished the season ranked 15th after a loss to Delaware in the first round of the playoffs. Delaware State was 7-4 in 2005 and 8-3 in 2006. Braithwaite assisted in opening a new 10,000 square-foot weight facility at Delaware State, which is one of the largest in the region. Delaware State is coached by Al Lavan, who served on the Baltimore Ravens staff with Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz. Lavan finished as the runner-up for national Coach of the Year honors in 2007. Braithwaite first joined the Iowa football program after serving as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Florida State University during the 2002 spring. Braithwaite worked with the football and women’s golf teams at Florida State, where his responsibilities included lifting technique instruction, organization of football lifting groups, assisting in the administration of torso development and dynamic warm-up to football lifting groups and assisting in the maintenance of equipment in the weight room facility. Braithwaite served as an intern at Florida State during the fall of 2001, assisting in the instruction of workout programs for various FSU athletic teams, including football, softball and men’s and women’s golf. Braithwaite earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Science from the University of West Florida in 1999 and earned his master’s degree in Science in Exercise Physiology from Florida State University in 2001. Braithwaite competed in both football and basketball at New Berlin Central HS in New Berlin, N.Y. Raimond is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa). Raimond was born November 11, 1977 in Queens, N.Y. He is single.

Chad Kraklio is in his second year as assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Iowa. Kraklio served as a strength and conditioning intern with the Hawkeye football program during the 2010 summer. Iowa has participated in the Insight Bowl at the conclusion of the last two seasons, defeating 12th-ranked Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Kraklio served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Southern Illinois University in the spring of 2010, working towards a masters of science degree in kinesiology. At Southern Illinois he designed and implemented programs for baseball and women’s tennis, while also assisting with the Saluki football and men’s basketball teams. From 2009-10 Kraklio served as head student strength and conditioning intern at Central College. Chad worked primarily with the Central football team, while also working with all men’s and women’s athletic teams. Kraklio is a native of Durant, Iowa. Chad played football for one season at Wisconsin-Platteville before attending Central College, where he lettered in track and field. He graduated from Durant HS in 2007. He participated in football, track and baseball as a prep. Kraklio earned his bachelor’s degree from Central College in 2010, with a major in exercise science-strength and conditioning. He was a member of the Dean’s List in 2009 and the fall of 2010. Chad is a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and United States of America Weightlifting (USAW). He is strength and conditioning coach certified (SCCC), a certified strength and conditioning specialist and certified level 1 sport coach. Kraklio was born Nov. 2, 1988 in Davenport, Iowa. He and his wife, Ashley, live in Iowa City.

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OPERATIONS - CHIC EJIASI/SCOTT SOUTHMAYD Chic Ejiasi

Scott Southmayd

Director of Player Development Seventh Year at Iowa

Quality Control 11th Year at Iowa

Chic Ejiasi is in his fifth season as the University of Iowa’s Director of Player Development. Ejiasi was named to the newly-created position in September, 2008. He is in his seventh year as a member of the football staff after previously serving as an administrative assistant. In his current position, Ejiasi assists Iowa student-athletes in their transition from high school to being a student-athlete at the college level, as well as helping secure employment opportunities after college graduation. Ejiasi also does extensive work in organizing community service efforts, as well as acting as a liaison between the Academic Student Services staff and Iowa’s football student-athletes. Additional duties include assisting players secure summer employment and organizing housing efforts for the players. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. As an administrative assistant, Ejiasi assisted the coaching staff in compiling statistical information, gathering information on opponents and recruits and assisting in the day to day operation of the football office. Ejiasi returned to the Iowa program after serving as the defensive backs coach and special team’s coordinator at North Iowa Area Community College during the 2005 season. Ejiasi was a four-year letterman as a defensive back during his Hawkeye playing career. He was a member of Big Ten championship teams in both 2002 and 2004. The Hawkeyes competed in four bowl games, claiming three victories, during Ejiasi’s career. Ejiasi saw action in all 12 games as a senior and earned the Hustle Team Award for his play on Iowa’s special teams. He recorded 17 tackles in 2003, including three solo stops against both Michigan and Minnesota. He concluded his career with 49 tackles and three pass break-ups. Ejiasi attended Prairie High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He earned second team all-state honors as a senior and was a first team all-conference selection as a junior and senior. He was team captain and MVP as a senior, playing both wide receiver and defensive back. He set school records for receiving yards in a game (190 yards) and interceptions in a game (four) and also earned four letters in wrestling and track and field. Ejiasi earned his bachelor’s degree in health and sports studies from the University of Iowa in 2005. Ejiasi was born Dec. 3, 1981 in Houston, Tex. He is single.

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Scott Southmayd is in his 11th season with the University of Iowa football program. Scott is in his seventh year as the quality control director after serving as an administrative assistant. As Iowa’s quality control director, Scott is involved in many facets of the football program; with the focus being on assisting with Iowa’s recruiting efforts. Southmayd’s main responsibilities include assisting the recruiting coordinator with the administration of the recruiting process, hosting prospective student-athletes during their visit to campus and gathering information on recruits. Southmayd also serves as a liaison with other University administration and support areas. In his previous position as an administrative assistant, Southmayd assisted the coaching staff in compiling statistical information, gathering information on opponents and recruits and assisting in the day to day operation of the football office. Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons. Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Prior to coming to the University of Iowa, Southmayd was a student coach at Central College in Pella, Iowa from 1998 to 2001. While at Central, he coached the receivers and worked primarily with the offense. In that time span, Central won three Iowa Conference football championships and participated in four NCAA Division III playoffs. In the summer of 2001, Scott served as an intern with the University of Northern Iowa football program. Southmayd graduated cumma laude from Central College in 2002 with a B.A. in General Studies. While at Central, he was the recipient of the Marjorie Giles Leadership Award. Southmayd earned a master’s degree in Recreation Sport Management and Leisure Studies from the University of Iowa in December, 2004. Southmayd, a native of Readlyn, Iowa, attended Wapsie Valley High School and played on a state championship football team coached by his father, Jerry Southmayd. Scott was awarded the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Iowa High School Scholar-Athlete Award in 1998. Southmayd was born in Waverly, Iowa. Scott and his wife, Elizabeth, have a baby son, Landon.

Southmayd’s Coaching Career Iowa _________________________ QC, 2006-present Iowa _________________________ AA, 2002-05 Central College _________________ SA, 1998-2001


GRADUATE ASSISTANTS - CHRIS POLIZZI/DAVID RAIH Chris Polizzi Graduate Assistant First Year at Iowa Chris Polizzi (pronounced pole-eats-e) is in his first year as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Iowa. He assists with the Iowa defense. Polizzi served as a graduate assistant coach at Utah last season, where he coached the tight ends and assisted with the defensive scout team. Utah posted an 8-5 overall record in 2011, including a 30-27 overtime win over Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl. Polizzi joined the Utah staff after two years as a coaching intern at UCLA, where he worked with the Bruin defensive staff. UCLA concluded the 2009 season with a 31-21 win over Temple in the Eagle Bank Bowl. Prior to his stint at UCLA, Polizzi coached tight ends and wide receivers (2005, 2006) and the defensive secondary (2007, 2008) at Central Methodist University in Missouri. During his playing career, Polizzi was a four-year starting cornerback for Lake Forest (Ill.) College from 2001-04. He tied for the team lead in interceptions as a freshman. Lake Forest won the 2002 Midwest Conference championship and won 28 games in his four years-the most wins by a class in school history. He is a 2005 graduate of Lake Forest College, with a degree in communications. Polizzi earned a master’s degree in special education from Central Methodist in 2007. He is continuing graduate work at Iowa in sports management. Polizzi was born Sept. 13, 1982 and is a native of Great Barrington, Mass. His wife’s name is Kelli.

David Raih Graduate Assistant Third Year at Iowa David Raih is in his third year as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Iowa. He coaches the Hawkeye tight ends while assisting with the Iowa offense. A year ago, Raih worked with first-year starter James Vandenberg as the junior quarterback passed for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns while completing 58.7% of his pass attempts. Vandenberg ranked third in the Big Ten in passing yards per game (232.5) and fourth in total offense (237.5). Iowa’s offense also featured both a running back and a wide receiver with over 1,300 yards. In 2009, Raih assisted with the development of senior quarterback Ricky Stanzi. Stanzi set Iowa’s single-season school record for passing efficiency (157.6), ranking 12th in the nation while passing for over 3,000 yards and 25 touchdowns, with just six interceptions. As a team, Iowa was second in the nation in fewest turnovers (11) and 10th in pass efficiency (155.7). Iowa has been bowl eligible the past 11 seasons and has participated in 10 bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes won bowl games following the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons, defeating ranked opponents in both 2009 and 2010. The Hawkeyes have ranked in the final top 10 of both major polls four times in the past 10 seasons.

Iowa has appeared in six January bowl games since 2001. The Hawkeyes have won six-of-10 bowl games under Kirk Ferentz and his staff, including four January bowl victories. The January Bowl wins have come over Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Georgia Tech (2010 Orange). Iowa has won 85 games over the past 10 seasons, including 50 Big Ten games. The Hawkeyes earned a share of the Big Ten title in both 2002 and 2004 and tied for second in 2009. Iowa has finished in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the past 11 years. Raih played quarterback for the Hawkeye football team from 1999-2003. Following his playing career, he worked as an assistant to offensive coordinator Ken O’Keefe during the 2004 season. Raih joined the Iowa staff after spending two years as an intern at UCLA. During the 2009 season, Raih assisted special teams coach Frank Gansz, Jr., as well as working with the tight ends. In 2008, he assisted offensive coordinator Norm Chow, working with the quarterbacks. In Raih’s two years at UCLA, he was involved in on-campus recruiting; assisting Coach Rick Neuheisel in landing two nationally ranked top ten recruiting classes. Prior to the 2010 season, Raih and Charlie Bullen, who previously served as Iowa’s defensive graduate assistant, were among a group of 34 individuals who visited over 15,000 U.S. troops in Germany and the Persian Gulf during a 13-day tour. The trip was organized by Morale entertainment, with the sponsorship of Armed Forces Entertainment and United Services Organizations (USO). The group made eight stops and traveled over 17,000 miles. Prior to the appointment at UCLA, Raih was a sales representative for Zimmer Inc., a manufacturer of orthopedic devices. He served Zimmer Inc. as a sales representative to Cedar Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills, Cal. in 2007. Previously, he spent three years as a Zimmer representative to The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and Mercy Hospital in Iowa City. Raih was the recipient of the Presidents Club Award in 2006, becoming the youngest national winner in company history. The award signifies ranking in the Top 12 in the United States in percentage growth. Raih was a member of the Iowa football team from 1999-2003, earning a letter in his fourth year as the 2002 Hawkeyes earned the Big Ten Conference title and a berth in the 2003 FedEx Orange Bowl. Raih’s playing career as a Hawkeye quarterback was shortened due to injury, as he had surgery to his throwing arm in both 1999 and 2002. During his sophomore season, Raih saw action as a member of the 2001 Alamo Bowl team, Iowa’s first bowl berth of the Kirk Ferentz era. Raih was also a member of Iowa’s Leadership Committee and was the teams Athletes in Action representative at the 2001 Alamo Bowl, 2003 Orange Bowl and 2004 Outback Bowl. He was a member of the Dean’s List at the University of Iowa while earning a bachelor’s degree in Finance and a minor in journalism and mass communication. Raih was born September 9, 1980 and is a native of Edina, Minn. He is single.

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SUPPORT STAFF Tyler Barnes

Austin Showalter

Administrative Assistant Fourth Year at Iowa

Graduate Assistant Second Year at Iowa

Tyler Barnes is in his first year as administrative assistant with the football program at the University of Iowa. Barnes previously served one year as a graduate assistant and worked with the football program for two years as a student assistant. In his previous roles, Barnes assisted the coaching staff in compiling statistical information, gathering information on opponents and recruits, while assisting in the day to day operations of the football program. He has also assisted with Iowa football camps and coaching clinics. Barnes earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in 2009 with a double major in finance and sports studies. He earned his master’s degree from Iowa in recreation and sports management in 2011. Barnes is a native of Decatur, Ill. and a graduate of MacArthur HS. Tyler was born May 14, 1985 in Peoria, Ill.

Kelvin Bell Graduate Assistant First Year at Iowa Kelvin Bell, a former member of the UI football team, is in his first year as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Iowa. He assists with the Iowa special teams. Bell joins the Iowa staff after serving as an assistant football coach  at Trinity International University, where he serves as the offensive line coach and run game coordinator in 2011. Two of his offensive linemen earned all-conference honors a year ago. Bell served two seasons (2008-09) as offensive line coach at Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb. He helped lead the Wildcats to their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2008 while posting a two-year record of 17-6. In two seasons at Wayne State, Bell coached five offensive linemen who went on to earn all-conference, all-region and All-American honors. Before coaching at WSC, Bell coached the offensive line at Cornell College for two seasons (2006-2007). He gained his first coaching experience at Regina HS in Iowa City (2004-06), where he served as junior high coach, varsity weight room supervisor, and assistant varsity coach. Regina earned its first-ever state football championship in 2005 after reaching the semifinals in 2004. Bell first joined the Iowa program as a defensive lineman in 2000. He redshirted in his first year at Iowa and later had his career cut short due to injury. As a prep he earned first team all-conference honors for three straight seasons as an offensive and defensive lineman. He earned all-district, all-region and all-county recognition as a senior. Bell earned his B.A. in  mathematics, with a computer science concentration, from the University of Iowa in 2005. He is pursuing a master’s degree in sports management. Bell was born Aug. 24, 1982 and is a native of Olive Branch, Miss. His wife’s name is Natalee.

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Austin Showalter is in his first year as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Iowa. He assists with the Iowa offense. Austin previously served as an office assistant with the Hawkeye football program in 2011-12. As an office assistant during the 2011 season Showalter worked with Coach Ken O’Keefe and graduate assistant David Raih in the day to day preparation for practice, as well as other office duties. Prior to working with the Iowa football program, Showalter served as an assistant football coach at Xavier HS in Cedar Rapids from 200610. During that time Xavier win the Class 4A state championship in 2007. Showalter is a native of Cedar Rapids and graduated from Xavier HS. He earned his bachelor’s degree in health and sport studies from the University of Iowa in 2008 and earned his master’s degree from Iowa in health and sport studies in 2011. He is pursuing a master’s degree in sports management. Showalter was born Aug. 21, 1985. He is single.


SUPPORT STAFF

Dr. Ned Amendola

Tyler Anderson

Terry Armstrong

Nick Doehrmann

Sheryl Duncan

Director, UI Sports Medicine Center

Office Assistant

Assistant Coaches Secretary

Assistant Director, Video Productions

Medical Insurance Coordinator

Matthew Engelbert

Rita Foley

Kevin Foor

Gregg Graff

Russ Haynes

Video Coordinator

Secretary to the Head Coach

Equipment Room

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Associate Director Athletic Training Services

Matt Jansen

Dean Langstaff

Karen Messier

Mike Moriarity

Greg Morris

Assistant Director, Video Productions

Equipment Room

Receptionist

Director, Video Productions

Equipment Room

Terry Noonan

Matt O’Donnell

Jerry Palmer

Dr. George Phillips

Bob Rahfeldt

Director, Athletic Training Services

Office Assistant

Assistant Director, Video Productions

Primary Care Physician

Assistant Video Coordinator

Dr. Kyle Smoot

John Streif

Amy Thomas

Doug West

Dr. Brian Wolf

Primary Care Physician

Assistant Athletic Trainer Travel Coordinator

Recruiting Secretary

Associate Director, Athletic Training Services Asst. Athletic Trainer

Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Pos. LB DL QB QB DL OL OL DB RB DB RB DB OL OL LB DL WR FB OL DL WR RB TE S OL DB TE DL OL TE TE OLB WR OLB DL DB RB OL FB FB WR TE DL QB DL RB WR LB DB ATH DL OL DL LB ATH PK LS P LS TE LB DB DB DB DB

Ht. 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-6 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-7 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-2

Wt. 224 265 210 180 282 275 290 170 195 183 180 187 300 288 215 280 185 210 230 310 215 220 240 205 302 180 235 275 284 220 265 218 185 210 264 195 200 264 240 233 210 248 270 155 250 210 205 224 190 205 300 290 235 220 210 160 208 215 250 235 205 195 200 190 203

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Hometown Sicklerville, N.J. Logan, Iowa Ames, Iowa Franklin, Tenn. Cleveland, Ohio Williamsburg, Iowa West Des Moines, Iowa Canton, Mich. Mansfield, Texas Naples, Fla. Troy, N.Y. Mount Laurel, N.J. Bellevue, Iowa Marion, Iowa Yeadon, Pa. Elkridge, Md. Mount Pleasant, Iowa Chana, Ill. Seargeant Bluff, Iowa Sterling Heights, Mich. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Duluth, Ga. Monclova, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Troy, Mich. Brampton, Ontario Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Johnsburg, Ill. Omaha, Neb. Chicago, Ill. Davenport, Iowa Novelty, Ohio Plano, Texas Erie, Pa. Des Moines, Iowa Houston, Texas Iowa City, Iowa Carroll, Iowa Strongsville, Ohio Appleton, Wis. West Des Moines, Iowa Renton, Wash. Denver, Iowa Somerset, Texas Lorain, Ohio Fostoria, Ohio Sioux City, Iowa Lombard, Ill. Port Byron, Ill. Bloomfield, Iowa St. Louis, Mo. Norman, Okla. Solon, Iowa St. Charles, Ill. Bridgeport, W.V. DeWitt, Iowa Mount Pleasant, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Clinton, Md. Detroit, Mich. Upper Marlboro, Md. Kensington, Ohio

High School/CC Timber Creek Regional Logan-Magnolia Ames Battle Ground Academy St. Ignatius Williamsburg Valley Canton Mansfield Barron Collier Troy St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) Bellevue Marion Monsignor Bonner DeMatha Catholic Mount Pleasant Stillman Valley Seargeant Bluff-Luton Stevenson Washington Iowa Western CC City High Peachtree Ridge Anthony Wayne Glenville Athens Lake Forest, Ill. Acad. Iowa City Iowa City Johnsburg Millard North Curie Metropolitan Assumption Lake Catholic Prestonwood Christian McDowell Dowling Westfield Regina (N.D. State) Carroll Strongsville Kimberly Dowling Liberty Senior Cedar Falls Somerset Clearview Fostoria East Montini Catholic Riverdale Davis County Hazelwood East Norman Solon Marmion Academy Bridgeport Central Mount Pleasant Iowa City Bishop McNamara Cass Technical DeMatha Catholic Carrollton


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Pos. DB DL WR OL RB WR WR OL DE RB/LB K DB OL LB PK P LB WR DB DL LB LB LB DL FB FB QB DL OL OL LB WR OL DB DB DB WR QB DE WR DB DB LB OL DL DL QB OL DL OL OL FB P/QB WR

Ht. 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-4 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-5 6-1

Wt. 188 280 190 290 180 205 165 305 245 235 185 201 250 230 204 210 210 210 180 245 230 225 218 250 231 230 200 277 310 250 205 190 295 180 200 175 190 215 255 195 200 185 215 290 270 240 212 292 230 270 275 225 220 195

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39 Lettermen: 3-yr. Lettermen: __________ 5 2-yr. Lettermen: __________ 14 1-yr. Lettermen: __________ 20

Hometown Cincinnati, Ohio Grundy Center, Iowa Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Toronto, Ontario Sioux City, Iowa Pontiac, Mich. Dubuque, Iowa Billings, Mont. Rochester, Ill. Tabor, Iowa Dubuque, Iowa Kalona, Iowa Blue Grass, Iowa Solon, Iowa Mooresville, Ind. Canberra, Australia Jackson, Neb. Humboldt, Iowa St. Paul, Minn. Giltner, Neb. Urbandale, Iowa Franklin, Wis. Towson, Md. Durant, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Toledo, Ohio Weston, Fla. Jefferson, Iowa Denison, Iowa Byron, Ill. Oskaloosa, Iowa St. Louis, Mo. Madrid, Iowa Kennesaw, Ga. Solon, Iowa North Liberty, Iowa Toronto, Ontario Phoenix, Ariz. Allen, Texas Oskaloosa, Iowa Naples, Fla. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Detroit, Mich. Worthington, Iowa Chicago, Ill. Torrington, Conn. Keokuk, Iowa Decorah, Iowa Weston, Fla. Glendale Heights, Ill. New Lenox, Ill. Buffalo Grove, Ill. Tuscola, Ill. Dublin, Ohio

High School/CC Hughes SW Minnesota State Calvary Christian Acad. The Hun School (NJ) Heelan Brother Rice Wahlert Central Catholic Rochester Fremont-Mills Wahlert Mid-Prairie Bettendorf Solon Mooresville Ottumwa, Iowa Sioux City Heelan Humboldt East Ridge Giltner Urbandale Franklin Gilman School Iowa Central CC Regina Central Catholic St. Thomas Aquinas Jefferson-Scranton Denison Byron Oskaloosa Hazelwood East Iowa Western CC Iowa Western CC Solon IC West/Iowa Central CC Kent School, Conn. Scottsdale CC Allen Oskaloosa Naples Washington Cass Technical Dyersville Beckman Lane Tech Torrington Keokuk Decorah Cypress Bay Glenbard West Providence Catholic Stevenson Tuscola Jerome

# - - redshirt freshman

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Pos. PK DB RB RB DB QB WR ATH DB WR PK WR DB WR DB DB S P/QB DB QB P QB QB WR QB DB DB QB LB DB DB WR DB RB WR DB WR WR DB DB LB RB RB LB RB FB RB/DB DB OLB DB FB LB LB DB FB FB DL LB LB LB FB ATH LB DE OL

Ht. 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-4

Wt. 160 187 210 200 201 210 215 205 180 190 204 210 200 205 185 195 205 220 170 200 210 212 180 205 155 190 188 215 220 195 183 185 200 180 165 190 185 210 180 180 224 220 195 210 180 210 235 175 218 203 230 205 230 200 233 231 250 225 218 230 225 210 205 255 288

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

Hometown Solon, Iowa Mount Laurel, N.J. Denver, Iowa Erie, Pa. Kalona, Iowa Ames, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa Cleveland, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Mooresville, Ind. Carroll, Iowa Solon, Iowa Pontiac, Mich. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Plano, Texas Duluth, Ga. Tuscola, Ill. Canton, Mich. Weston, Fla. Canberra, Australia Keokuk, Iowa Franklin, Tenn. Somerset, Texas West Des Moines, Iowa Fostoria, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Phoenix, Ariz. St. Louis, Mo. Clinton, Md. Naples, Fla. Mount Pleasant, Iowa Detroit, Mich. Sioux City, Iowa Dubuque, Iowa Upper Marlboro, Md. Chicago, Ill. Humboldt, Iowa St. Paul, Minn. Kennesaw, Ga. Lorain, Ohio Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mansfield, Texas Jackson, Neb. Troy, N.Y. Chana, Ill. Tabor, Iowa North Liberty, Iowa Omaha, Neb. Kensington, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Oskaloosa, Iowa Urbandale, Iowa Naples, Fla. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Renton, Wash. Franklin, Wis. Towson, Md. Solon, Iowa Buffalo Grove, Ill. Norman, Okla. Iowa City, Iowa Allen, Texas Marion, Iowa

High School/CC Solon St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) Cedar Falls McDowell Mid-Prairie Ames Washington East Glenville Hazelwood East Mooresville Carroll Solon Brother Rice Washington Prestonwood Christian Peachtree Ridge Tuscola Canton St. Thomas Aquinas Ottumwa, Iowa Keokuk Battle Ground Academy Somerset Dowling Fostoria Hughes Scottsdale CC Hazelwood East Bishop McNamara Barron Collier Mount Pleasant Cass Technical Heelan Wahlert DeMatha Catholic Curie Metropolitan Humboldt East Ridge Iowa Western CC Clearview Iowa Western CC Mansfield Sioux City Heelan Troy Stillman Valley Fremont-Mills IC West/Iowa Central CC Millard North Carrollton Central Catholic Oskaloosa Urbandale Naples Regina (N.D. State) Regina Liberty Senior Franklin Gilman School Solon Stevenson Norman Iowa City Allen Marion


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Pos. OLB LB LB OL DL LB DL OL DL OL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL DL OL LS OL DL OL OL DL OL OL OL DL OL TE WR TE WR TE TE TE TE DL WR WR DL DL FB DL DL DE DL K DL DL P DL

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Ht. 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-4

Wt. 210 215 224 284 282 215 275 264 277 295 290 290 250 275 230 250 270 305 300 310 208 292 310 275 290 240 290 250 302 265 300 235 190 248 195 220 240 265 235 250 190 195 270 230 240 235 280 245 245 185 280 270 215 264

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

Hometown Davenport, Iowa Detroit, Mich. Sicklerville, N.J. Iowa City, Iowa Cleveland, Ohio Yeadon, Pa. Brampton, Ontario Des Moines, Iowa Jefferson, Iowa Madrid, Iowa West Des Moines, Iowa Worthington, Iowa DeWitt, Iowa Williamsburg, Iowa Seargeant Bluff, Iowa Blue Grass, Iowa Glendale Heights, Ill. Billings, Mont. Lombard, Ill. Denison, IA St. Charles, Ill. Decorah, Iowa Sterling Heights, Mich. New Lenox, Ill. Port Byron, Ill. Torrington, Conn. Toronto, Ontario Byron, Ill. Monclova, Ohio Logan, Iowa Bellevue, Iowa Mount Pleasant, Iowa Toronto, Ontario Strongsville, Ohio Oskaloosa, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Johnsburg, Ill. Troy, Mich. Durant, Iowa Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Dublin, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Weston, Fla. Houston, Texas Bloomfield, Iowa Grundy Center, Iowa Rochester, Ill. Giltner, Neb. Dubuque, Iowa Elkridge, Md. Appleton, Wis. Bridgeport, W.V. Novelty, Ohio

^ - - redshirt year still available

High School/CC Assumption Cass Technical Timber Creek Regional City High St. Ignatius Monsignor Bonner Lake Forest, Ill. Acad. Dowling Jefferson-Scranton Iowa Western CC Valley Dyersville Beckman Central Williamsburg Seargeant Bluff-Luton Bettendorf Glenbard West Central Catholic Montini Catholic Denison Marmion Academy Decorah Stevenson Providence Catholic Riverdale Torrington The Hun School (NJ) Byron Anthony Wayne Logan-Magnolia Bellevue Mount Pleasant Kent School, Conn. Strongsville Oskaloosa City High City High Johnsburg Athens Iowa Central CC Calvary Christian Acad. Jerome Lane Tech Cypress Bay Westfield Davis County SW Minnesota State Rochester Giltner Wahlert DeMatha Catholic Kimberly Bridgeport Lake Catholic

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Name Kevin Buford Torrey Campbell Greg Castillo Tom Donatell Sean Draper Anthony Gair Micah Hyde ^ Nico Law^ Ruben Lile Jordan Lomax^ John Lowdermilk^ B.J. Lowery ^ Tanner Miller Dayo Ogundepo Sean Skradis Collin Sleeper Gavin Smith Jack Swanson David Tann

Pos. DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB DB

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

Wt. 170 183 187 205 180 195 190 195 200 190 203 188 201 180 180 200 175 200 185

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Hometown Canton, Mich. Naples, Fla. Mount Laurel, N.J. Duluth, Ga. Cleveland, Ohio Plano, Texas Fostoria, Ohio Clinton, Md. Detroit, Mich. Upper Marlboro, Md. Kensington, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Kalona, Iowa St. Paul, Minn. Kennesaw, Ga. Solon, Iowa North Liberty, Iowa Naples, Fla. Cedar Rapids, Iowa

High School/CC Canton Barron Collier St. Joseph’s Prep (PA) Peachtree Ridge Glenville Prestonwood Christian Fostoria Bishop McNamara Cass Technical DeMatha Catholic Carrollton Hughes Mid-Prairie East Ridge Iowa Western CC Solon IC West/Iowa Central CC Naples Washington

52 55 36 50 31 20 48 44 32 39 42 43 38 51

Quinton Alston^ Marcus Collins^ Cole Fisher Palmer Foster Anthony Hitchens ^ Christian Kirksey ^ Ryan Kroeze James Morris Jeremy Nelson Travis Perry Macon Plewa Jim Poggi Dalton Shaull Laron Taylor

LB LB OLB OLB LB LB LB LB LB DB LB LB LB LB

6-1 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0

224 215 218 210 224 220 205 230 210 230 225 218 205 215

So. So. #Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. #Fr. #Fr. So. Fr. Fr.

Sicklerville, N.J. Yeadon, Pa. Omaha, Neb. Davenport, Iowa Lorain, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Iowa City, Iowa Solon, Iowa Jackson, Neb. Urbandale, Iowa Franklin, Wis. Towson, Md. Oskaloosa, Iowa Detroit, Mich.

Timber Creek Regional Monsignor Bonner Millard North Assumption Clearview Hazelwood East Iowa City Solon Sioux City Heelan Urbandale Franklin Gilman School Oskaloosa Cass Technical

Dominic Alvis Steve Bigach Darian Cooper Carl Davis Faith Ekakitie Joe Gaglione Mike Hardy Drez Henfield Jaleel Johnson Will Kincart Nathan Lyman Casey McMillan Riley McMinn Drew Ott Wil Rathjen John Sawhill Melvin Spears Louis Trinca-Pasat Dean Tsopanides Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara

DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DE DL DL DL DE DL DL DL

6-4 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-5

265 282 280 310 275 264 270 250 300 235 280 305 245 245 250 277 255 270 240 230

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

Logan, Iowa Cleveland, Ohio Elkridge, Md. Sterling Heights, Mich. Brampton, Ontario Novelty, Ohio Appleton, Wis. Renton, Wash. Lombard, Ill. Bloomfield, Iowa Grundy Center, Iowa Billings, Mont. Rochester, Ill. Giltner, Neb. Durant, Iowa Jefferson, Iowa Allen, Texas Chicago, Ill. Torrington, Conn. Weston, Fla.

Logan-Magnolia St. Ignatius DeMatha Catholic Stevenson Lake Forest, Ill. Acad. Lake Catholic Kimberly Liberty Senior Montini Catholic Davis County SW Minnesota State Central Catholic Rochester Giltner Iowa Central CC Jefferson-Scranton Allen Lane Tech Torrington Cypress Bay

Austin Blythe Conor Boffeli Jalen Chambers Drew Clark Cole Croston Andrew Donnal James Ferentz Tommy Gaul Mitch Keppy

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-6 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-5

275 290 300 288 230 302 284 264 290

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

Williamsburg, Iowa West Des Moines, Iowa Bellevue, Iowa Marion, Iowa Seargeant Bluff, Iowa Monclova, Ohio Iowa City, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Port Byron, Ill.

Williamsburg Valley Bellevue Marion Seargeant Bluff-Luton Anthony Wayne City High Dowling Riverdale

79 54 97 71 56 99 98 41 67 92 93 66 94 95 87 57 49 90 75 91 63 59 79 50 64 78 53 57 74

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2012 ROSTER BY POSITION No. 76 64 68 77 58 60 70 65 73 85 87 84 86 82 80 5 16 17 15 19 16 14 32 33 31 4 3 26 34 33 92 40 41 38 45 23 6 28 9 17 88 11 26 29 8 81 83 89 1 69 98 61 96 8 15 6 46

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Name Nolan MacMillan Matthew Moore Brandon Scherff Reid Sealby Eric Simmons Matt Tobin Brett Van Sloten Jordan Walsh Ryan Ward

Pos. OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

Ht. 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-5

Wt. 290 250 310 250 300 290 292 270 275

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

Hometown Toronto, Ontario Blue Grass, Iowa Denison, Iowa Byron, Ill. Madrid, Iowa Worthington, Iowa Decorah, Iowa Glendale Heights, Ill. New Lenox, Ill.

High School/CC The Hun School (NJ) Bettendorf Denison Byron Iowa Western CC Dyersville Beckman Decorah Glenbard West Providence Catholic

Zach Derby Jake Duzey Steve Ferentz C.J. Fiedorowicz ^ Ray Hamilton^ Henry Krieger-Coble

TE TE TE TE TE TE

6-3 6-4 6-1 6-7 6-5 6-4

240 235 220 265 248 235

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

Iowa City, Iowa Troy, Mich. Iowa City, Iowa Johnsburg, Ill. Strongsville, Ohio Mount Pleasant, Iowa

City High Athens City High Johnsburg Strongsville Mount Pleasant

Kyle Anderson C.J. Beathard Dan Hartlieb Jake Rudock Cody Sokol James Vandenberg John Wienke

QB QB QB QB QB QB QB

6-3 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-5

210 180 155 200 205 212 220

#Fr. Fr. Fr. #Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Ames, Iowa Franklin, Tenn. West Des Moines, Iowa Weston, Fla. Phoenix, Ariz. Keokuk, Iowa Tuscola, Ill.

Ames Battle Ground Academy Dowling St. Thomas Aquinas Scottsdale (AZ) CC Keokuk Tuscola

Damon Bullock^ Jordan Canzeri^ Andre Dawson Greg Garmon Barkley Hill Michael Malloy Nate Meier

RB RB RB RB RB RB RB/DB

6-0 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2

195 180 207 200 210 180 235

So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Mansfield, Tex. Troy, N.Y. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Erie, Pa. Denver, Iowa Sioux City, Iowa Tabor, Iowa

Mansfield Troy Iowa Western CC McDowell Cedar Falls Heelan Fremont-Mills

Adam Cox Jonathan Gimm Berkley Grimm Jacob Reisen Brad Rogers Mark Weisman

FB FB FB FB FB FB

5-11 6-3 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0

210 240 233 231 230 225

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

Chana, Ill. Houston, Tex. Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Toledo, Ohio Buffalo Grove, Ill.

Stillman Valley Westfield Regina (N.D. State) Regina Central Catholic Stevenson

Jordan Cotton Keenan Davis ^ Maurice Fleming Blake Haluska Jacob Hillyer Greg Mabin Kevonte Martin-Manley Riley McCarron Nick Nielsen Don Shumpert ^ Tevaun Smith Steven Staggs Cameron Wilson

WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

6-1 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1

185 215 185 210 205 190 205 165 210 190 190 195 195

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

Mount Pleasant, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Chicago, Ill. Carroll, Iowa Somerset, Tex. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Pontiac, Mich. Dubuque, Iowa Humboldt, Iowa St. Louis, Mo. Toronto, Ontario Oskaloosa, Iowa Dublin, Ohio

Mount Pleasant Washington Curie Metropolitan Carroll Somerset Calvary Christian Acad. Brother Rice Wahlert Humboldt Hazelwood East Kent School, Conn. Oskaloosa Jerome

Marshall Koehn Ryan Kolka Connor Kornbrath Casey Kreiter Mike Meyer ^ Trent Mossbrucker Jonny Mullings

PK LS P LS PK PK P

6-0 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3

160 208 215 250 185 204 210

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

Solon, Iowa St. Charles, Ill. Bridgeport, W.Va. DeWitt, Iowa Dubuque, Iowa Mooresville, Ind. Canberra, Australia

Solon Marmion Academy Bridgeport Central Wahlert Mooresville Ottumwa, Iowa

Alex Imming George Kittle

ATH ATH

6-3 6-4

205 210

Fr. Fr.

Sioux City, Iowa Norman, Okla.

East Norman

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2012 PRESEASON DEPTH CHART OFFENSE Pos. No. SE 6 8 LT 68 78 LG 60 50 C 53 57 RG 63 or 59 65 RT 70 76 TE 86 85 or 82 QB 16 15 or 19 WR 11 83 RB 32 or 38 3 or 4 FB 38 92 or 45 PK 96 1

Name *** Keenan Davis * Don Shumpert ^ * Brandon Scherff Andrew Donnal * Matt Tobin Drew Clark ** James Ferentz Tommy Gaul Austin Blythe Conor Boffeli Jordan Walsh ** Brett Van Sloten * Nolan MacMillan ** C.J. Fiedorowicz ^ ** Zach Derby * Ray Hamilton *** James Vandenberg Jake Rudock Cody Sokol * Kevonte Martin-Manley * Steven Staggs * Damon Bullock ^ ** Brad Rogers Barkley Hill Greg Garmon ** Brad Rogers ** Jonathan Gimm Mark Weisman ** Mike Meyer ^ Marshall Koehn

Deep Snaps: Holder:

DEFENSE

61 54 14

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Ht. 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-6 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-0

Wt. 215 190 310 302 290 288 284 264 275 290 270 292 290 265 240 248 212 200 215 205 195 195 230 210 200 230 240 225 185 160

Casey Kreiter Steve Bigach John Wienke

Yr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. #Fr. Jr. #Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. #Fr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. #Fr. 6-3 6-3 6-5

Pos. No. LE 54 or 99 94 LT 71 or 97 98 RT 90 75 RE 79 49 OLB 20 39 MLB 44 52 WLB 31 36 LC 19 22 SS 21 13 or 10 FS 5 37 RC 18 2 PT 14 or 15 98

250 282 220

Name * Steve Bigach Joe Gaglione Riley McMinn Carl Davis Darian Cooper Mike Hardy Louis Trinca-Pasat Dean Tsopanides * Dominic Alvis Melvin Spears ** Christian Kirksey ^ Travis Perry ** James Morris ^ * Quinton Alston ^ ** Anthony Hitchens ^ Cole Fisher ** B.J. Lowery ^ Torrey Campbell * Nico Law ^ ** Tom Donatell * Collin Sleeper ** Tanner Miller ^ * John Lowdermilk ^ *** Micah Hyde ^ *** Greg Castillo * John Wienke Jonny Mullings Connor Kornbrath

Jr. Sr. Sr.

Ht. 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-6

Wt. 282 264 245 310 280 270 270 240 265 255 220 230 230 224 224 218 188 185 195 205 200 201 203 190 187 220 210 215

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


2012 SEASON PREVIEW The Iowa Hawkeyes head into the 2012 season with a young football team in terms of age and playing experience. The roster of 121 players includes only 19 seniors. Just five of the seniors are threeyear lettermen and just five have earned two letters. The number of projected senior starters is seven, which is the lowest number of the Ferentz era at Iowa. Coach Kirk Ferentz heads into his 14th season as Iowa’s head coach with new coordinators on each side of the ball for the first time since his initial season at Iowa. Former defensive coordinator Norm Parker retired following the 2011 season, while Ken O’Keefe, Iowa’s offensive coordinator for 13 seasons, joined the staff of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. Following spring practice, the depth chart includes 14 seniors, 15 juniors, 16 sophomores and 10 redshirt freshmen. The Hawkeyes return six offensive starters and five on defense, along with specialists in kicker Mike Meyer, long snapper Casey Kreiter and holder John Wienke. The returning offensive starters include quarterback James Vandenberg, center James Ferentz, wide receiver Keenan Davis, tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz, guard Matt Tobin and fullback Brad Rogers. Ferentz is a two-year starter who will anchor the offensive line after earning Big Ten honorable mention recognition in 2011. Vandenberg passed for over 3,000 yards and 25 touchdowns last season. Davis was second on the team in receptions (50), receiving yards (713) and touchdown receptions (four). The returning defensive starters are end Dominic Alvis, linebackers Christian Kirksey and James Morris, cornerback Micah Hyde and safety Tanner Miller. Kirksey and Morris each had 110 tackles to share the team lead. Hyde is a two-year starter who collected three interceptions to match Miller for the team lead. Hyde earned second team all-Big Ten recognition a year ago and Morris was honorable mention. In addition to being a young team as far as playing experience, the Hawkeyes had a number of coaching changes following the conclusion of the 2011 campaign, a season that saw Iowa earn bowl eligible status for the 11th straight season. In addition to the usual task of replacing a number of starters and key players from last season, the Hawkeye coaching staff features new coordinators in Phil Parker on defense, who is in his 14th year with the program, and Greg Davis on offense, who is in his first. Ferentz is a three-time Big Ten Coach of the Year honoree. The Hawkeyes were 80-45 (.640) in the first 10 years of this century (200009). That’s the most Iowa wins, ever, in a decade. Since a 2-18 start to the Ferentz era, the Hawkeyes have gone 94-48 (.662). Ferentz is 9666 in 13 seasons with the Hawkeyes, including a 6-4 mark in 10 bowl appearances. Ferentz’ six bowl victories tie for third most ever among Big Ten coaches. Parker, a member of the Iowa staff for the past 13 seasons, takes over as defensive coordinator after coaching the secondary for 13 seasons. Davis joined the Iowa staff in February and brings over 30 years of college coaching experience to the Iowa program. Davis most recently was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Texas and has also coached at North Carolina, Tulane, Arkansas, Georgia and Texas A&M. He will also coach the Hawkeye quarterbacks. In addition to the coordinator positions, other changes have taken place on the Iowa staff. Darrell Wilson, who previously coached Iowa linebackers, will coach the defensive backs, while continuing to work with special teams. Reese Morgan has moved from the offensive to the defensive line. Former Hawkeye LeVar Woods, a team captain in 2000, will step in and coach linebackers after serving as an administrative assistant for four seasons. In addition to Davis, the offensive staff will include Brian Ferentz as offensive line coach. Ferentz is a former Hawkeye offensive lineman and a team captain in 2005 who has spent the last four seasons with the NFL’s New England Patriots, most recently serving as tight ends coach in 2011. Lester Erb and Erik Campbell will continue to coach the running backs and wide receivers, respectively.

The Hawkeyes completed the 2011 season with a 7-6 overall record, playing in their 10th bowl game in the last 11 seasons. Iowa has been bowl eligible for 11 consecutive seasons and has placed in the Big Ten’s first division 10 of the past 11 seasons. Iowa’s 6-4 bowl record represents the most bowl wins and highest bowl winning percentage in the Big Ten Conference since 2001. Under Ferentz, Iowa has competed in six January bowl games (4-2), including two BCS games (1-1). Iowa’s 2011 record included a 4-4 Big Ten mark as the league competed in division play for the first time. A win over Sugar Bowl champion Michigan and wins over bowl-participants Northwestern and Pittsburgh highlighted the home season. A triple-overtime loss at Iowa State and a one-point setback at Minnesota kept Iowa from another nine-win season. Three Hawkeyes earned first team all-Big Ten recognition a year ago, including senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., who earned the RichterHoward Award as the league’s top receiver. Senior DB Shaun Prater and junior offensive tackle Riley Reiff were also first team selections. Off the field, Hawkeye players continued to be recognized for their efforts in the classroom. Fourteen 2011 Hawkeyes earned academic all-Big Ten recognition, while LB Tyler Nielsen, DL Steve Bigach and QB James Vandenberg were named to the Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District Six team. In the NCAA’s most recent release on academic success, Iowa football ranked eighth nationally with a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 83 percent. KIRK COMMENTS: “Spring practice went well; it was a productive period for us. We’ve experienced a lot of change, which has probably helped heighten everyone’s awareness to detail. I think everyone realizes that we are fairly young and inexperienced, so there really has to be a sense of urgency in everything we do at this point. Outside of Jordan Canzeri’s injury, it was a productive period for us. We do not have a deep pool of experienced seniors. I do think we have some younger guys who are very capable. We are going to need some of those guys, such as James Morris, Christian Kirksey, Brad Rogers, Kevonte Martin-Manley and C.J. Fiedorowicz, for example, to play like seniors to help bridge that gap a little bit. The entire team’s attitude and work ethic was good, that’s where everything starts, so that’s a real positive. If I was going to focus on one thing right off the bat, I think we made positive steps with our line play on both sides of the ball, but we’re not there yet. Those were both areas of concern, due to graduation and losses we’ve incurred over the past couple of years. With both of those positions, we’re on the path to being OK. Overall, the tight end position performed well throughout the spring. We don’t have a lot of areas where we have depth, but that would be one. There are phases to the adjustment in staff changes. One would be Phase I, where we were trying to making sure we have the right people in the right seats. After that, Phase II was the work we did as a staff prior to spring practice. Phase III, once we started practice, was the interaction with each other, as a staff, and then the interaction with the players. I’ve really been pleased with all three phases. After going through all three phases, I’m really pleased with the way things have worked out; pleased with the staff interaction and with the players. I think the players responded in a positive way, which is the most important thing.”

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2012 SEASON PREVIEW Here is a look at the Hawkeyes, position by position: QUARTERBACK Iowa returns senior James Vandenberg (6-3, 212), who started every game in 2011. Vandenberg completed 237-of-404 pass attempts for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, with just seven interceptions. His most productive game of the season came in a non-conference win over Pittsburgh, as he completed 31-of-48 attempts for 399 yards as Iowa rallied in the fourth quarter for a 31-27 win in Kinnick Stadium. Vandenberg and all of the Hawkeye quarterbacks will be under the direction of a new coordinator and quarterbacks coach, as Greg Davis begins his first year in that position. Vandenberg ranked third in Big Ten passing yards per game (235.5) and fourth in total offense (237.2). Among Iowa quarterbacks, his touchdown total ties as third best for a single season. His season passing yards ranks fourth best and he is ninth in Iowa career passing yards (3,537) heading into his final season. He had three touchdown passes in three games and a career-high four scoring strikes in a win over Indiana. There is little experience behind Vandenberg. Redshirt freshman Jake Rudock (6-3, 200) is listed behind Vandenberg. Other signal callers include senior John Wienke (6-5, 220) and junior Cody Sokol (6-2, 205). Wienke has just two career pass attempts, while Sokol joins the team this spring after two years at Scottsdale Community College. Rudock enjoyed an outstanding prep career in Florida, leading his team to the Florida state title as a senior and a two-year record of 29-1. Sokol passed for over 3,800 yards as a sophomore at Scottsdale while earning all-conference and all-region honors. KIRK COMMENTS: “James had a real good spring, as a quarterback he was more affected by the coaching change than anybody. As you might imagine, he immersed himself in the whole process. He probably made the adjustment better than anyone, including the coaching staff. I thought James played well last year, but we don’t have a player that can’t improve. He can improve the speed of making decisions, and continue to improve his accuracy. Every quarterback we have had is a little unique. James, to me, embodies all the things you hope for in a quarterback. We have nobody on our team, with all due respect, that is more committed. He is totally committed, and on top of that keeps an outstanding GPA in the classroom. He finds a way. Jake made good progress in the spring. We were encouraged by what we saw in the fall when he redshirted, and as you would expect, we saw improvement with each week in the spring. Cody came in January, so the staff change didn’t affect him at all. We’ve really liked what we have seen of him as well. Jake is probably a little more game ready right now, but we think Cody has a lot of upside.” RUNNING BACK Jordan Canzeri (5-9, 180) played as a true freshman a year ago, but suffered a major knee injury during spring practice. Sophomores Damon Bullock (6-0, 195) and De’Andre Johnson (5-8, 200) shared the work load during spring practice. Johnson has the benefit of a redshirt season, while Bullock also played a year ago as a true freshman. Canzeri was hampered with an injury during the middle part of the 2011 season, but earned the starting spot for the Insight Bowl. He led the team in rushing (22-58) and receptions (6-28-1 TD) against Oklahoma. For the season he was second in rushing with 31 carries for 114 yards while seeing action in seven games. Bullock played in six games, rushing 10 times for 20 yards and gaining 11 yards on one reception. Johnson had 18 carries for 79 yards in four games. Incoming freshmen Barkley Hill (6-0, 210) and Greg Garmon (6-1, 200) will have the opportunity to contribute immediately.

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KIRK COMMENTS: “It’s unfortunate that Jordan was injured, as we wanted to look hard at all three backs in the spring. His injury shifted all the reps to Damon and De’Andre, who are running a dead heat right now. They are a different style of running back, but both are capable. The big thing here is that they both improved with each practice. They were certainly better players at the end of spring practice than they were at the beginning, but we’re hardly there yet. We really need to keep moving forward. I’m not pessimistic on either of them; I think both have a chance to be good players for us this year. Damon is probably a little more adept in the passing game, which is part of the reason we used him out there last year in the slot a little bit. He might have a little bit of a nod as a wide out, a receiver out of the backfield. De’Andre might be a little bit better runner. They are both versatile. We will also give both our incoming freshman a chance to show that they can play as well, and I think that is realistic. Due to his injury, we can’t count on Jordan. If he gets back, if he can help us at some point, it’s a bonus. He’s a young guy that can redshirt. We’ll wait and see, but we can’t count on that.” FULLBACK Three players who started at least one game in 2011 return, led by junior Brad Rogers (5-10, 230). Rogers missed the first four games a year ago due to health problems before starting the final seven. He had just three rushing attempts and one reception, but he is a valuable blocker in both the run and passing games. Senior Jonathan Gimm (6-3, 240) has been a dependable player throughout his career and contributes on special teams as well. Gimm started three games in 2011 and is listed behind Rogers on the spring depth chart. KIRK COMMENTS: “This is similar to the tight end position, as far as Brad gaining confidence from where he was a year ago. It was a plus for us, and it was good for Brad to be out there all spring. He really had a tough year last season, from a health standpoint. He entered late in the game last year after missing a lot of time where he really couldn’t do anything of note. He did a representative job even in the fall, after missing four games. He is a much better player now, having been able to train. He had a good spring. We are counting on Brad to play well, and he will. He is also a good leader. He’s only a junior, but people look at him as a senior. Jonathan Gimm had his best period of football, his best 15 days put together this spring, and that was good to see. Mark Weisman transferred in last year and he really had a good spring as well. This is a position where we do have quality depth.” TIGHT END The depth chart shows two players who each started five games a year ago. Junior C.J. Fiedorowicz (6-7, 265) is listed on the top line after starting the final five games. Fiedorowicz ended the season with 16 receptions for 167 yards and three touchdowns, with the majority of the stats coming during the second half of the season. Senior Zach Derby (6-3, 240) also started five games last season and ended the year with 12 receptions for 117 yards. Behind Fiedorowicz and Derby are several young players who should battle for playing time, both on offense and on special teams. Sophomore Ray Hamilton (6-5, 248) played in 10 games as a true freshman, while Jake Duzey (6-4, 235) and Henry Krieger-Coble (6-4, 235) both redshirted in their first year last fall.


2012 SEASON PREVIEW KIRK COMMENTS: “C.J. improved as last season went along. In his first year, he played like a first year player. He did some good things a year ago, particularly in the second half of the season. This spring was by far his best period of football since he has been on campus. Start to finish, he played well and it appeared he enjoyed being out there. When players start to figure out how to play, they enjoy it more and he looked like he was having fun. I would say the same about Zach. This spring was his best block of time as a football player here. He did a lot of good things for us last year. I thought he really improved in every area and refined his game. That is a real credit to his work ethic and habits. Ray was coming off an injury, but improved as the spring went along. You could tell he was getting healthier from about the middle of the spring session and did some good things. I was very impressed with the two guys we redshirted last year, Jake Duzey and Henry Kreiger-Coble. They both showed that they will be able to help us this fall, which was good to see. Depth was an issue at that position last year.” WIDE RECEIVER With the loss of Marvin McNutt, Jr., who earned recognition as the top receiver in the Big Ten last season, the receiving core will be looking to replace McNutt’s 82 receptions for 1,315 yards. It’s more likely that production will come from the group as a whole and not one individual. Senior Keenan Davis (6-3, 215) started all 12 games in which he played last season, missing the Minnesota contest due to injury. He was second to McNutt in receiving with 50 receptions for 713 yards and four touchdowns. He led Iowa receivers in the rally past Pittsburgh, catching 10 passes for 129 yards. Sophomore Kevonte Martin-Manley (6-0, 205) had a productive first season and was named to several freshman honor teams. He is listed as the starter opposite Davis. He started two games and played in all 13 a year ago, collecting 30 receptions for 323 yards and three touchdowns. Two of his three scores came in the win over Pitt. Junior Don Shumpert (6-3, 190) is listed behind Davis. He has seen limited action in two seasons and has contributed on special teams as well. Senior Steven Staggs (6-3, 195) and redshirt freshman Jacob Hillyer (6-4, 205) are listed behind Martin-Manley. Staggs saw his first action last season, recording five receptions for 45 yards. Junior Jordan Cotton (6-1, 185) will also have the opportunity to contribute. He recorded one reception while seeing action in two games during the second half of the 2011 season. KIRK COMMENTS: “The biggest bright spot this spring was the way Kevonte MartinManley emerged. He did some good things last year and has continued to improve and progress. I would draw a parallel to C.J.; both are young players, heading into their third year. They both gained confidence and it showed in their performance. We had some injuries that affected us in the spring, but we just didn’t have the consistency we were hoping for at this position. Hopefully Keenan can stay healthy; he did make it back for the last couple of workouts. He has made some plays for us, and is very capable. I also believe he is capable of playing better. He performed very well vs. Pittsburgh last year and hopefully he can step forward and have a great senior season. I think Don Shumpert did improve; it looked like he was gaining some confidence near the end of spring. Steven Staggs has done some good things, but he had some injuries this spring. I think we can count on him. Jordan Cotton has flashed for us at times and has good tools, but we need him to become more consistent. This is a position where I can see a younger player or two having the chance to help us, as right now it’s our most unsettled position.”

OFFENSIVE LINE Senior James Ferentz (6-2, 284) will anchor the offensive line after starting all 26 games over the past two seasons. He earned honorable mention all-Big Ten recognition from both league coaches and media last season. However, the Hawkeyes, and new offensive line coach Brian Ferentz, must replace three players who started all 13 games a year ago. That includes right tackle Markus Zusevics, a two-year starter, and left tackle Riley Reiff, a first round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft who started for three seasons before declaring for the draft. Adam Gettis started every game at right guard a year ago as well. Gettis was a fifth round draft pick and Zusevics signed a free agent contract with New England immediately following the draft. Sophomores Brandon Scherff (6-5, 310) and Andrew Donnal (6-7, 302) are listed on the top line at left tackle following spring practice. Scherff started three games at left guard last season. Senior Matt Tobin (6-6, 290) started 10 games at left guard a year ago and is listed as the starter at that spot ahead of junior Drew Clark (6-4, 288). Three players are listed at the right guard spot, including junior Conor Boffeli (6-5, 290), and redshirt freshmen Austin Blythe (6-3, 275) and Jordan Walsh (6-4, 270). Boffeli is listed behind Ferentz at center as well. Also listed at center is Eric Simmons (6-3, 300), a sophomore who joined the program for spring practice after attending Iowa Western Community College during the fall semester. A pair of junior lettermen are listed at right tackle, with Brett Van Sloten (6-7, 292) listed ahead of Nolan MacMillan (6-6, 290). Van Sloten filled in well during the second half of the Insight Bowl last December. MacMillan missed the entire 2011 season with an assortment of injuries after starting six games at left guard in 2010. KIRK COMMENTS: “This group, overall, made progress. We are fairly uncertain as to who the starters might be at this point, although a couple of guys have separated themselves. James Ferentz is back for his third season as a starter and is the leader of the group. Brandon Scherff got his feet wet last year and I thought he did a good job in progressing in the spring. Those two have taken care of business and put themselves in good position. Brett Van Sloten came in and did a good job in the second half of our bowl game and continued to show progress this spring. We felt good about Austin Blythe last fall and he had a good spring. Matt Tobin played a significant amount of time last year; he’s certainly in the thick of things. It’s a positive that Nolan MacMillan made every practice in the spring. He’s still not quite at the level we hope to see, but he is making inroads. Conor Boffeli has been here for a couple of years. He is in contention after having a good spring. Andrew Donnal is behind Scherff right now, but he is in the mix for a position, either at tackle or guard. Jordan Walsh, who like Blythe also redshirted last year, really did a good job in the spring. I’m not sure how it will settle in when September rolls around, but I think we will have good competition and have a healthy group at that position. I think it’s fair to say Scherff will stay at left tackle and Van Sloten at right tackle. The other guys are capable of moving around a little bit; we’ll let them figure out who the best five guys are.” DEFENSIVE LINE Veteran coach Reese Morgan will have the most inexperienced group during the spring as he moves from the offensive to the defensive line. Three seniors in 2010 were selected in the NFL draft and played in the NFL last season. In addition, 2011 senior DT Mike Daniels was a fourth round selection in the 2012 draft and DE Broderick Binns signed an NFL free agent contract. Only two current defensive linemen are lettermen, as senior Steve Bigach (6-3, 282) and junior Dominic Alvis (6-4, 265) have each earned one letter. Bigach and Alvis are listed as co-starters at one of the end

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2012 SEASON PREVIEW positions, ahead of redshirt freshman Melvin Spears (6-2, 255). Senior Joe Gaglione (6-4, 264) is listed ahead of redshirt freshman Riley McMinn (6-7, 245) at the other end spot. Gaglione saw action in 10 games in 2011, recording seven tackles. Bigach started five games last season, three at tackle during the middle of the season and two of the final three games at defensive end. He recorded 24 tackles while playing in 12 of 13 contests. Alvis, a year ago, missed the final four games due to an injury suffered in the win over Michigan. He started the first two games of the season at tackle before starting six games at end. Alvis recorded 30 tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Sophomore Carl Davis (6-5, 310), who missed parts of last season and spring practice due to injuries, and redshirt freshman Darian Cooper (6-2, 280) are on the first line at left tackle. At right tackle, sophomore Louis Trinca-Pasat (6-3, 270) is listed ahead of redshirt freshman Dean Tsopanides (6-2, 240). Sophomore Mike Hardy (6-5, 270) is also listed as a candidate in the middle of the defensive front after seeing action in two games a year ago. KIRK COMMENTS: “Cleary, this is our most inexperienced group. We lost three guys to the NFL two years ago, and had five or six seniors in the mix a year ago, so we saw this coming. To make it more interesting, Dominic Alvis wasn’t out there this spring. With eight or nine games under his belt, he is our most experienced player, which offers a snapshot of where we are. Carl Davis wasn’t out there as well, and he is another guy we are counting on. Both Alvis and Davis were held out this spring as they rehabbed injuries. The good news is a lot of other guys had an opportunity to get a lot of quality work against some quality players in our offensive line. We needed that period and I thought this group demonstrated a lot of growth. Reese did a great job with teaching that group, encouraging them and motivating them. We’ve made good progress. The most pleasant surprise in the whole group was Louis TrincaPasat. We’ve had examples through the years of guys who were not on the radar screen in December, yet they show up in the spring. He was off the radar in December, but really did a good job, especially the second half of spring practice. Another tackle in the mix is Darian Cooper. He is a young player who has had some ups and downs, but his ups are pretty good. He has a good attitude and I think he will continue to progress. Another first year guy is Riley McMinn. He was in and out of spring drills with a couple of injuries. He’s showed some real potential, yet is not consistent enough at this point. Steve Bigach did a very nice job in the spring, playing end and tackle. He is the most veteran player out there, and acted like it. He did a good job of leading and practiced well. Joe Gaglione had his best 15 days, his best period of practice. He is capable, but has had some injuries throughout his career. He was out there every practice and I thought he improved as well. Several additional younger players, Melvin Spears, Dean Tsopanides, Mike Hardy, they all improved and moved forward. I think the whole group improved, but we are not there yet. We anticipate Dominic and Carl will be back in August. We have the potential to have a good group there.” LINEBACKERS (Includes outside linebackers) The Hawkeyes return their top two tacklers from last season in junior linebackers James Morris (6-2, 230) and Christian Kirksey (6-2, 220). Those two lead a linebacker group that includes six lettermen for LeVar Woods, who is in his first season as a fulltime position coach. Morris moved into the starting line-up midway through his freshman season. He recorded 110 tackles a year ago, starting all 12 games in which he played. Morris also had 3.5 tackles for loss and a

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pass interception while starting six games at the middle spot and six games as the weak side linebacker. He is listed back in the middle following spring practice, ahead of sophomore Quinton Alston (6-1, 224), who recorded seven tackles in six games as a true freshman. Kirksey started all 13 games last season and matched Morris with 110 tackles. He started the first seven games at the weak side spot before moving to outside linebacker for the final six games. Kirksey is listed as the starter at the outside spot, ahead of redshirt freshman Travis Perry (6-3, 230). Junior Shane DiBona suffered a torn achilles during pre-season drills a year ago and missed the season. Due to medical reasons, he has been forced to end his playing career. Junior Anthony Hitchens (6-1, 224) is a two-year letterman who is listed as the starter at the weak side position. Hitchens recorded 25 tackles in eight games last season, missing part of the season due to injury. He is listed ahead of redshirt freshman Cole Fisher (6-2, 218). KIRK COMMENTS: “James Morris and Christian Kirksey have played and played well. James is about the most experienced player we have on defense, along with Micah Hyde. He had an outstanding spring, and Chris wasn’t far behind him. Those two give us a good foundation at that position. Hitchens has played on special teams and in other situations, and he had his best 15 day block of football last spring. We feel good about all three as our starters. In Quinton Alston, we saw some things last year that excited us, and he had a good spring. The biggest and most pleasant surprise at this position, through the spring, was Travis Perry. We can envision him helping our team, beginning with special teams. He’s going to be a good player. At the weak side position, Cole Fisher and Marcus Collins are very close right now. Behind James and Christian, we are young and inexperienced, which shows how important the next couple of months are for us.” DEFENSIVE BACKS Iowa finds itself in a similar situation to a year ago, where two quality players from the secondary have moved on, yet two solid veterans return. In addition, the secondary this season will be under the direction of former linebackers coach Darrell Wilson. Previous secondary coach Phil Parker is now Iowa’s defensive coordinator. Cornerback Micah Hyde (6-1, 190) returns for his senior season after earning second team all-Big Ten honors from league media and honorable mention recognition from Big Ten coaches. Hyde shared the team lead with three interceptions and eight pass break-ups a year ago, while collecting 72 tackles. He started the first two games at safety before moving back to his more familiar cornerback slot (he has 26 consecutive starts). Hyde also handled punt returns in 2011. Behind Hyde at right corner is senior Greg Castillo (5-11, 187). Castillo started two games last season at cornerback while Hyde was playing safety. Junior B.J. Lowery (5-11, 188) is listed as the starter at the right cornerback position, ahead of sophomore Jordan Lomax (5-10, 190). Lowery missed the early part of the 2011 season due to injury before recording 11 tackles and three pass break-ups in eight games. Lomax saw most of his action as a true freshman on special teams, recording seven tackles in 11 games. Junior Tanner Miller (6-2, 201), returns at free safety after starting the final 11 games last season. Miller recorded 76 tackles and shared the team lead with three interceptions. He had a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown in Iowa’s win over Northwestern. Miller is listed ahead of sophomore John Lowdermilk (6-2, 203). Lowdermilk recorded four tackles while playing in 11 games last season as a true freshman, seeing most of his action on special teams. The trio of lettermen at strong safety is led by sophomore Nico Law (6-1, 195). Law played as a true freshman a year ago, recording


2012 SEASON PREVIEW 11 tackles in 13 games. He is listed ahead of seniors Tom Donatell (62, 205) and Collin Sleeper (6-2, 200). Donatell split time between the secondary and outside linebacker a year ago, starting twice at outside linebacker. He recorded 17 solo tackles while playing in eight games. Sleeper played in 11 games and started twice at strong safety in 2011, recording 14 tackles. The secondary will be without cornerback Shaun Prater and safety Jordan Bernstine, both seniors in 2011. Prater earned first team all-conference as a junior and senior, while Bernstine had his most productive season as a senior and was also used on kickoff returns. Both were selected in the 2012 NFL draft. KIRK COMMENTS: “Micah is really our only senior, defensively, who has started and played a lot; he is clearly our most experienced player, and a strong leader. He’s a very good football player and a great team guy. B.J. Lowery was having a good camp last August until he broke his wrist. B.J. had a very good spring. Micah and B.J. give us two very capable corners. Behind them, Jordan Lomax is a young guy who had a good spring. On the opposite side, Greg Castillo is a fifth year senior who had a productive spring as well. All four, along with Torrey Campbell, who would be the fifth, improved. The safety position is tale of two cities; Tanner, like C.J. at tight end, improved as the year went on. He started to look like he was figuring it out. That continued in the spring and he really solidified his position. The other spot is the opposite, we have three players pretty much in a dead heat, and you could maybe throw Lowdermilk in that equation as well. Those four will fight it out. It is somewhat like the offensive line; we’re not real sure what will happen or how it will play out.” SPECIAL TEAMS Iowa lost just one member off the special teams, dependable punter Eric Guthrie. Taking over the punting duties for his senior season, Guthrie averaged 41.2 yards on 53 punts and allowed opponents an average of just 4.6 yards on only 14 returns. He earned honorable mention all-Big Ten honors from both league coaches and media. The Hawkeyes led the Big Ten and ranked 25th nationally in net punting. Iowa averaged 21.9 yards on KO returns, while allowing opponents 21.6 yards. Senior John Wienke (6-5, 220) and sophomore Jonny Mullings (63, 210) will battle incoming freshman Connor Kornbrath (6-6 215) for the punting duties. Neither Wienke nor Mullings have any career attempts. Junior Mike Meyer (6-2, 185) returns after handling all field goal and PAT attempts a year ago. Meyer connected on all 44 PAT attempts last season and has made 53 straight. He was 14-of-20 on field goal attempts and ranked second on the team with 86 points. Meyer ranks 14th in career scoring with 159 points and was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award a year ago. He was named national Placekicker of the Week after making a career-best four field goals at Iowa State, including a career-long of 50 yards. Behind Meyer is redshirt freshman Marshall Koehn (6-0, 160). Iowa returns its long snapper in junior Casey Kreiter (6-3, 250), who was perfect on his PAT and field goal snaps a year ago. Wienke also returns as a holder. Hyde was the deep man on punt returns last season, averaging 8.2 yards on 13 returns. Among the returning players, Davis, MartinManley and Bullock have limited kickoff return experience, but none had more than four returns last season.

KIRK COMMENTS: “This spring Mike looked like an experienced, confident player. Behind him, I think Marshall has a bright upside. Casey did a nice job last year with the snaps, he is very dependable and a good team guy. He brings a positive energy to the field. The punting position is a real coin toss. Right now no one has established themselves, Connor will come in and compete for that job also. That will be a three-man competition from the start of camp. Micah will be returning punts, we can count on that. Kickoff return is wide open. We have several incoming players who in high school showed they can be returners. We’re wide open in the kick return aspect. Mike or Marshall could be the kickoff guy. We’ll be fine with those two guys. It might help if one guy settles in at each position. Our kickoff coverage has been feast or famine recently. At times we covered kicks like we used to and there have been times we didn’t. It all goes together, we have to kick it properly and guys cover like they are capable. It’s a real teamwork issue, and we’ve broken down too much at times in the last couple of years. We have been too inconsistent. If we are going to have a good football team, we are going to have to play really well on special teams. Consistency has been our biggest challenge. It all plays in; field position can be a real edge, or a real disadvantage, depending on how you play on special teams. It can really show up in a good way or a bad way.” THE SCHEDULE After opening the season against Northern Illinois in Chicago’s Soldier Field, the Hawkeyes will play four straight home games. In order, Iowa hosts Iowa State, Northern Iowa, Central Michigan and Minnesota during the month of September, prior to an open date. Iowa has not played four straight home games since 1980. The Hawkeyes travel to Michigan State and then host Penn State. Road games at Northwestern and Indiana are followed by a home date with Purdue. Iowa closes the season with a contest at Michigan before hosting Nebraska the day after Thanksgiving. Northern Illinois carries the longest winning streak in the nation (nine games) into the season. The Huskies and Hawkeyes played before a sellout crowd of over 60,000 in Soldier Field to open the 2007 season. Northern Illinois and Iowa State concluded the 2011 season in a bowl game, as did five of Iowa’s eight Big Ten opponents. Both Michigan (Sugar) and Michigan State (Outback) won January bowl games. The Hawkeyes have sold out Kinnick Stadium in 56 of the last 58 games. The 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2011 home attendance average of 70,585 is an Iowa record. The Hawkeyes’ 36 straight home sellouts (2003-08) are a school record. Since 2002, the Hawkeyes have a 55-12 (.821) home record, a mark that ranks with the nation’s best. KIRK COMMENTS: “It’s really unique, playing four straight games in Kinnick. But before that, the opening game will be a real challenge for us in Chicago. Kinnick Stadium and our fans alone won’t win a game for us, but I think we all realize it’s advantageous to play at home if you make it that way. I’m hopeful, with our lack of experience, that maybe we can make that an advantage for us.”

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2012 PRESEASON NOTES HAWKEYE HISTORY Iowa has played 1,155 games since beginning football in 1889. Iowa’s overall record is 594-522-39 (.531). That includes a 376-202-16 (.646) record in home games, a 218-320-23 (.409) record in games away from Iowa City, a 293-352-25 (.456) mark in Big Ten games and a 259166-15 (.606) record in Kinnick Stadium. IOWA LEADERSHIP GROUP Iowa’s Leadership Group for the 2012 season included five seniors, four juniors, three sophomores and two redshirt freshmen. An incoming freshman is added to the group in the fall. Permanent team captains are named at the conclusion of each season. The Leadership Group included seniors DL Steve Bigach, DB Greg Castillo, OL James Ferentz, DB Micah Hyde and QB James Vandenberg; juniors LS Casey Kreiter, LB James Morris, FB Brad Rogers and OL Brett Van Sloten; sophomores LB Quinton Alston, QB Jake Rudock and OL Brandon Scherff. GLANCE AT THE SCHEDULE • After opening the season against Northern Illinois in Chicago’s Soldier Field, the Hawkeyes will play four straight home games. In order, Iowa hosts Iowa State, Northern Iowa, Central Michigan and Minnesota during the month of September, prior to an open date. Iowa has not played four straight home games since 1980. • The Hawkeyes travel to Michigan State before hosting Penn State. Road games at Northwestern and Indiana are followed by a home date with Purdue. Iowa closes the season with a contest at Michigan before hosting Nebraska the day after Thanksgiving. • Northern Illinois carries the longest winning streak in the nation (nine games) into the season. The Huskies and Hawkeyes played before a sellout crowd of over 60,000 in Soldier Field to open the 2007 season. • The Hawkeyes host Minnesota to open Big Ten play. This marks just the fourth time in Kirk Ferentz’ 14 years at Iowa that the Hawkeyes have opened the conference season at home. • Eight of Iowa’s 11 FBS opponents played in bowl games. That list includes Northern Illinois, Iowa State, Michigan State, Penn State, Northwestern, Purdue, Michigan and Nebraska. In addition, Northern Iowa participated in the FCS playoffs, advancing to the quarterfinals. Both Michigan (Sugar) and Michigan State (Outback) won January bowl games. • The Hawkeyes do not face Big Ten opponents Illinois, Ohio State and Wisconsin again in 2012. DIVISION PLAY FOR SECOND YEAR The Big Ten Conference will hold its second championship game in December in Indianapolis. The league used divisional play for the first time in 2011, with Wisconsin (Leaders) defeating Michigan State (Legends) in the first title contest. Along with Iowa, the Legends Division includes Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Northwestern. The Leaders Division includes Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin. HOME FOR THE HOLIDAY Iowa and Nebraska will meet for the second straight year on the Friday following Thanksgiving. The 2012 “Heroes Game” will be played Friday, Nov. 23 in Iowa Kinnick Stadium. The teams met on Friday following Thanksgiving last season in Lincoln in the inaugural battle for the “Heroes Game” trophy.

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COACHING STAFF CHANGES Iowa’s coaching staff has undergone several changes from a year ago. Phil Parker takes over as defensive coordinator after coaching the Iowa secondary for the past 13 seasons. Reese Morgan moves from offensive to defensive line coach and Darrell Wilson has moved from coaching linebackers to coaching the defensive backs. LeVar Woods is in his first season as the linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator Eric Johnson will assist Morgan with the defensive line. On offense, coordinator and quarterbacks coach Greg Davis joins the staff for his first season with the Hawkeyes. Brian Ferentz is in his first season as Iowa’s offensive line coach and graduate assistant David Raih has added the duties of coaching the Hawkeye tight ends. Lester Erb continues to coach the running backs and will again work with Wilson in coaching the Hawkeye special teams. Both Ferentz and Woods are former Hawkeye players. HAWKEYES AT NIGHT Iowa will once again host a night game in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes will host Penn State at 7 p.m. CT on Saturday, October 20. The game will be televised on BTN. Iowa is 6-3 in night games in Kinnick Stadium, including a 41-31 win over Northwestern a year ago. HAWKEYES ON THE TUBE All Iowa football games in 2011 were televised on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FSN or the BTN. Eight of Iowa’s 12 games this season are already scheduled for television, with the remaining four games expected to be selected as well. The last Iowa contest not televised was vs. Minnesota on Nov. 17, 2001. Iowa has appeared on television in 129 consecutive games. HAWKEYES BY THE NUMBERS Iowa returns 39 lettermen from 2011, including 19 on offense, 17 on defense and three specialists. The 39 returning lettermen are three more than a year ago. The Hawkeyes return six starters on offense, five on defense and one specialist. The lettermen breakdown includes five three-year lettermen, 14 two-year lettermen and 20 one-year lettermen. The total roster has 119 players, and includes 19 seniors, 21 juniors, 26 sophomores, 19 redshirt freshmen and 34 true freshmen. Iowa’s preseason depth chart includes 14 seniors, 15 juniors, 16 sophomores and 10 redshirt freshmen. STARTERS RETURNING IN 2012 Iowa’s projected returning starters on offense include: center James Ferentz, left guard Matt Tobin, quarterback James Vandenberg, tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz, fullback Brad Rogers and wide receiver Keenan Davis. The returning defensive starters include: lineman Dominic Alvis, linebackers Christian Kirksey and James Morris and defensive backs Micah Hyde and Tanner Miller. PK Mike Meyer also returns. Among the returning starters, only Kirksey and Hyde on defense and Ferentz and Vandenberg started every game in 2011. Ferentz and Hyde have each started 26 consecutive games over the past two seasons. Iowa’s preseason depth start includes 14 seniors, but just seven of those 14 are projected as starters. That is the fewest number of projected senior starters in the Kirk Ferentz era at Iowa. The previous low was 10 in both 2007 and 2009. Just seven seniors are listed as starters on the preseason depth chart. That is the lowest number in the Kirk Ferentz era at Iowa.


2012 PRESEASON NOTES RETURNING WITH HONORS Iowa returns three players who earned All-Big Ten honors in 2011. DB Micah Hyde was a second team selection by league media and earned honorable mention recognition from league coaches. Center James Ferentz and linebacker James Morris both earned honorable mention recognition from league coaches and media. Hyde each earned honorable mention recognition from league media in 2010. Hyde and junior LB James Morris were named third team all-league on Phil Steele’s all-Big Ten selections. College Sports Madness named Hyde first team all-Big Ten, while Morris was named to the third team. The BTN.com all-Freshman team included WR Kevonte MartinManley and OL Brandon Scherff. Martin-Manley ranked third on the team with 30 receptions for 323 yards and three touchdowns. He started two games while playing in all 13 contests and was used on KO returns late in the season. Scherff started three games and played in 11 contests at left guard. Senior DL Steve Bigach senior QB James Vandenberg were named to the Capital One Academic All-District Six first team last year. Vandenberg carries a 3.34 GPA and is majoring in integrative physiology. He completed 237-404 pass attempts for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, with just seven interceptions. Bigach is majoring in integrative physiology and mathematics and carries a 3.65 GPA. He played in 12 games, earning three starts at defensive tackle and two at defensive end. He recorded nine solo tackles and 15 assists. Both Vandenberg and Bigach earned academic all-Big Ten honors in 2010. In the last 13 seasons, under Coach Kirk Ferentz, 19 Iowa football student-athletes have combined to earn academic all-District and allAmerica recognition on 35 occasions.

IOWA VS. RANKED OPPONENTS Iowa was 1-3 in 2011 against ranked opponents. The Hawkeyes defeated 13th-ranked Michigan (24-16) and lost to 13th-ranked Michigan State (37-21), both at Iowa City. Iowa lost at 22nd-ranked Nebraska (20-7) and to 14th-ranked Oklahoma (31-14) at the Insight Bowl.

RETURNING STAT LEADERS Iowa returns the following players who led the team in statistical categories in 2011: • QB James Vandenberg started all 13 games in 2011, completing 237-404 pass attempts for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, with just seven interceptions. • PK Mike Meyer was second on the team in scoring with 86 points, hitting 14-20 field goal attempts and all 44 PAT attempts. He has made 51 consecutive PAT attempts and ranks 14th in career scoring with 159 points in two seasons. • Junior linebackers Christian Kirksey and James Morris shared the team lead with 110 tackles. Kirksey started all 13 games, recording 62 solo tackles, three pass break-ups and two caused fumbles. Morris, who missed one contest due to injury, had 52 solo stops. They both recorded one pass interception. • Senior Micah Hyde and junior Tanner Miller shared the team lead with three interceptions. Hyde also handled the majority of punt returns, averaging 8.2 yards on 13 returns, and shared the team lead with eight pass break-ups.

IOWA MATCHES ATTENDANCE RECORD Iowa sold all tickets for its seven home games, matching the school record by averaging 70,585 fans per contest. Iowa issued over 59,000 season tickets, which included more than 10,000 student tickets. Iowa also averaged 70,585 for all home games in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. Iowa has sold out Kinnick Stadium 56 of the last 58 games and has ranked 21st in the nation in home attendance each of the past two years.

IOWA VS. RANKED TEAMS These are Iowa’s most recent wins vs. nationally-ranked opponents:

AMONG CAREER LEADERS Senior QB James Vandenberg tied for third in single-season touchdown passes (25) in 2011. He is fourth in season passing yards (3,022), ninth in career passing yards (3,537) and eighth in career passing touchdowns (28). Vandenberg passed for 399 yards in a win over Pittsburgh last season, a total that ranks seventh best in a single game. His 391 yards total offense in that contest ranks eighth best for a single game. His completions (31) in that contest rank fourth best for a single game and his attempts (48) ties as seventh best. Sophomore PK Mike Meyer begins the season ranked 14th in career scoring with 159 points (28-37 FGS, 75-77 PATs). His 86 points in 2011 ties as 14th best in single season scoring. Senior DB Micah Hyde holds the eighth (72) and 10th (66) longest interception returns in school history. WINNING AT HOME Iowa has won 55 of its last 67 games (.821) in Kinnick Stadium, dating back to the 2002 season, including a 6-1 record in 2011. Iowa recorded a school-record 22-game home winning streak between 2002-05, which ended with an overtime loss to Michigan. Iowa is 23-5 (.821) at home since the start of the 2008 season and 24-1 (.960) in its last 25 non-conference home games. Iowa has won 12 straight non-conference home games since the final game of 2007.

COLLECTING INTERCEPTIONS Iowa’s defense has ranked among national leaders in causing turnovers in recent seasons. Since the start of the 2008 season, Iowa has collected 72 interceptions, a total that ties as fifth best in the nation over that span. Iowa had nine interceptions in 2011, with two of those being returned for touchdowns (89 yards by DB Shaun Prater and 98 yards by DB Tanner Miller). LB James Morris also has a 52-yard return that led to a field goal. The Hawkeyes have had an interception return for a touchdown in each of the last four years, including four in 2010. Iowa has had an interception return for a score in nine of the last 11 seasons and 9 of 13 seasons under Kirk Ferentz.

Home:

24-16 over 13th-ranked Michigan, 11/05/11 37-6 over fifth-ranked Michigan State, 10/30/10 24-3 over 20th-ranked Penn State, 10/02/10 Road: 38-28 over 24th-ranked Michigan, 10/16/10 21-10 over fourth-ranked Penn State, 9/26/09 Neutral: 27-24 over 12th-ranked Missouri, Insight Bowl, 12/28/10 24-14 over ninth-ranked Georgia Tech, Orange Bowl, 1/5/10

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2012 PRESEASON NOTES IOWA BOWL NOTES • Iowa was bowl eligible for the 11th straight season under Coach Kirk Ferentz and his staff. • The Hawkeyes have appeared in 10 bowl games since 2001. Iowa won the Outback Bowl over South Carolina following the 2008 season, concluded the 2009 campaign with a win over Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl and defeated Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. Iowa’s three-game bowl win streak (2008-10) is an Iowa record. • The Hawkeyes have posted a 6-4 record in bowl games under Ferentz, including wins in four of six January bowl games. • Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl games, than Iowa. • Overall, Iowa has posted a 14-11-1 (.558) record in 26 bowl games. The Hawkeyes have competed in the Rose (five times), Alamo (four), Holiday (three), Outback (three), Orange (two), Peach (two), Sun (two), Insight (two), and the Capital One, Gator and Freedom bowls once. • Iowa ranks third in Big Ten bowl appearances. Ohio State has received a conference-best 42 bowl bids, followed by Michigan (41) and the Hawkeyes (26). Wisconsin ranks fourth with 23. • Nebraska, which competed in the Big Ten for the first time in 2011, holds a 24-24 (.500) record in 48 bowl games. • Iowa (14-11-1, .558), Penn State (27-15-2, .636) and Purdue (9-7, .563) are the only Big Ten teams with a winning percentage in bowl games. • Iowa was one of 10 Big Ten Conference teams to play in a bowl game following the 2011 season. The Big Ten had two teams competing in BCS games for the 11th time in 14 seasons. Since the inception of the BCS in 1998, the Big Ten has qualified 25 teams for BCS bowls, more than any other conference. Seven different Big Ten programs have played in BCS bowl games. The Big Ten sent 10 teams to bowl games in 2011 for the first time ever. DEPTH CHART INCLUDES 10 WALK-ONS Iowa’s preseason depth chart includes 10 players who originally joined the program as a walk-on. That included five on offense (OL Matt Tobin, WR Steven Staggs, TE Zach Derby, FB Mark Weisman, OL Tommy Gaul, ), three on defense (OLB Tom Donatell, DB Collin Sleeper, LB Travis Perry), and two specialists (PK Mike Meyer and LS Casey Kreiter). IOWA LIKES STARTING ON OFFENSE Iowa has started the game on offense in 135-of-162 games under Kirk Ferentz, including 11 of 13 games in 2011 (all but Iowa State and Michigan). Iowa is 15-12 in the games it has started on defense under Ferentz. HOME GROWN HAWKEYES Iowa’s roster of 119 players includes 45 players from Iowa. The roster includes 14 players from Illinois; 11 from Ohio; six from Florida and Michigan; five from Texas; four from Maryland; three from Nebraska and Wisconsin; two from Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; one from Arizona, California, Connecticut, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee and West Virginia; and three from Canada and one from Australia.

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MORE THAN ONE Eleven high schools have contributed more than one player to the current Iowa football roster. The leaders, with three each, are Iowa City High (Iowa), Washington HS in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Solon, Iowa HS. Those with two include Cass Technical HS in Detroit area, DeMatha Catholic in the Washington, D.C. area, Dowling HS in West Des Moines, Iowa, Heelan HS in Sioux City, Iowa, Hazelwood East HS in the St. Louis area; and Mount Pleasant, Iowa HS, Oskaloosa, Iowa HS, and Wahlert HS in Dubuque, Iowa. ALL IN THE FAMILY Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz will have each of his three sons involved in the Iowa program this season. Brian, a former Hawkeye letterman (2003-05), is in his first season as Iowa’s offensive line coach. James is a senior offensive lineman who started all 26 games over the past two seasons at center. Steven is a tight end who is in his first season in the program as a true freshman. DAD IN THE NFL The fathers of DB Tom Donatell and DB Greg Castillo are coaches in the NFL. Ed Donatell is the defensive secondary coach for the San Francisco 49’ers and Juan Castillo is the defensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles. THE NAME GAME John, Jordan, Jacob and James are the most popular first name on the Iowa roster. That includes John (Lowdermilk, Sawhill, Wienke), Jonathan (Gimm) and Jonny (Mullings); Jordan (Canzeri, Cotton, Lomax, Walsh); James (Ferentz, Morris, Vandenberg) and Jim Poggi; and Jacob (Hillyer, Reisen) and Jake (Duzey, Rudock). There are three Steve’s (Bigach, Staggs, Ferentz) and Mike’s (Hardy, Meyer, Malloy) along with a Marcus (Collins) and a Mark (Weisman). THE HAWKEYES, SIZE WISE Freshman QB Dan Hartlieb is the lightest Hawkeye player at 155 pounds. Sophomore DL Carl Davis and sophomore OL Brandon Scherff are the heaviest at 310 pounds. A total of six Hawkeye players are listed at 300 pounds or more. The tallest players, at 6-7, are sophomore OL Andrew Donnal, junior TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, redshirt freshman DE Riley McMinn and junior OL Brett Van Sloten. The shortest player, at 5-8, is sophomore De’Andre Johnson. The average Hawkeye player is 6-2 and weighs 225.6 pounds. That is one inch taller and 3.5 pounds lighter than the average Iowa player in 2011. IOWA AMONG TOP 20 IN WINS, 2002-11 Iowa has posted 85 wins since the start of the 2002 season, which ranks as the 17th highest total in Division I football. The list includes the following: Boise State (117); USC (109); Oklahoma (108); LSU (106); Ohio State (105); Texas (103); TCU (103); Virginia Tech (102); Georgia (98); Florida (95); West Virginia (95); Wisconsin (94); Auburn (94); Utah (92); Alabama (91); Oregon (90); IOWA (85); Florida State (85); Boston College (84); Hawaii (84); Texas Tech (84); Penn State (83); Miami, FL (83); Nebraska (82) and Michigan (82).


2012 PRESEASON DEPTH CHART/PRONUNCIATION GUIDE IOWA PROGRAM NOTES • Iowa defeated a team ranked in the top five in the nation, in the Associated Press rankings, in 2008 (Penn State), 2009 (Penn State) and 2010 (Michigan State), along with defeating 13th-ranked Michigan in 2011. • Iowa earned Big Ten Conference championships in 2002 and 2004 and placed second in 2009. Iowa (8-0, 2002) is one of two Big Ten teams to post a perfect mark in conference play since 1998 (BCS era). • Iowa has ranked in the top 10 in the final Associated Press and CNN/USA Today coaches polls in four of the past 10 seasons, including a ranking of seventh in both polls at the conclusion of the 2009 season. Iowa ranked eighth in 2002, 2003 and 2004 and the Hawkeyes were also 20th in 2008. • Iowa established a school record with 11 wins in 2002 (11-2) and matched that record in 2009. In 2009, Iowa won 10 regular season games for just the fourth time in school history. • Iowa won 10 or more games in three consecutive years (2002-04) for first time in school history. • Iowa compiled an eight-year record of 85-42 (.669), 2002-11, including a 50-30 Big Ten record. The 85 victories tie as the 17th best total in the nation. • Kirk Ferentz has been named Big Ten Coach of the Year three times (2002, 2004 & 2009) and he was named National Coach of the Year in 2002. Ferentz joins Michigan’s Bo Schembechler (four), Iowa’s Hayden Fry (three) and Penn State’s Joe Paterno (three) as the only coaches to be honored in more than two seasons. • Iowa has had national award winners in: Robert Gallery (2003 Outland, Top Lineman); Brad Banks (2002 Davey O ’ B r i e n , To p Q u a r te r b a c k ; 2 0 0 2 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). • In 13 seasons under Coach Kirk Ferentz, 19 Hawkeye players have combined to earn academic All-American honors on 35 occasions.

2012 Preseason Depth Chart by Class (Career starts in parenthesis where applicable) Seniors (14): DL DB WR TE DB OL DE FB DB DB WR OL QB P

Steve Bigach (5) Greg Castillo (4) Keenan Davis (12) Zach Derby (5) Tom Donatell (2) James Ferentz (26) Joe Gaglione Jonathan Gimm (3) Micah Hyde (26) Collin Sleeper (2) Steven Staggs Matt Tobin (10) James Vandenberg (15) John Wienke

Juniors (15): DL OL OL TE LB LB DB OL PK DB LB FB WR QB OL

Dominic Alvis (8) Conor Boffeli Drew Clark C.J. Fiedorowicz (5) Anthony Hitchens Christian Kirksey (13) B.J. Lowery Nolan MacMillan (6) Mike Meyer (23) Tanner Miller (11) James Morris (18) Brad Rogers (8) Don Shumpert Cody Sokol Brett Van Sloten

Sophomores (14): LB Quinton Alston RB Damon Bullock DL Carl Davis OL Andrew Donnal OL Tommy Gaul TE Ray Hamilton DE Mike Hardy DB Nico Law DB John Lowdermilk WR Kevonte Martin-Manley (2) P Jonny Mullings OL Brandon Scherff (3) DL Louis Trinca-Pasat FB Mark Weisman

Pronunciation Guide Head Coach Kirk Ferentz ________ FAIR-ints C.J. Beathard __________________BETH-urd Steve Bigach ___________________ BIG-ack Austin Blythe ___________________ BLYTH Conor Boffeli _________________ BO-fell-ee Torrey Campbell _______________ TORE-ee Jordan Canzeri _____________ CAN-zear-ee Greg Castillo ________________ kas-TEE-oh Tom Donatell ______________ DON-uh-tell Andrew Donnal ______________ duh-NELL Jake Duzey ___________________ DEW-zee Faith Ekakitie____________ ee-KACK-uh-tee James Ferentz _________________ FAIR-ints C.J. Fiedorowicz _________feh-DOR-uh-wits Joe Gaglione ______________ GAG-lee-own Jonathan Gimm ___________________ GIM Jacob Hillyer ___________________ HILL-yir Micah Hyde ____________________ MY-kuh Christian Kirksey _______________ KIRK-see Marshall Koehn ___________________CONE Connor Kornbrath __________KORN-brayth Henry Krieger-Coble______ KRAG-ir CO-bull Nico Law ______________________ NEE-ko Jordan Lomax ________________ LOW-max John Lowdermilk ___________LOUD-ir-milk Kevonte Martin-Manley ______ KEY-von-tay Greg Mabin ___________________ MAY-bin Nate Meier ______________________MYER Trent Mossbrucker _________ MOSS-bruk-ir Jim Poggi _____________________ POE-jee Jake Rudock ___________________ RU-doc Brandon Scherff _________________ SHERF Tavaun Smith ________________ tae-VOHN Cody Sokol _____________________ SO-kul Laron Taylor __________________ luh-RON Louis Trinca-Pasat _______ TRIN-kuh puh-sot Dean Tsopanides ________ so-puh-NYE-des Brett Van Sloten ___________ van-SLOW-tin Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara DOE-mahn-tis VINS-koos koo-CHAR-uh John Wienke __________________ WINK-ee

Redshirt Freshmen (11): OL Austin Blythe DB Torrey Campbell DL Darian Cooper LB Cole Fisher PK Marshall Koehn DE Riley McMinn LB Travis Perry QB Jake Rudock DE Melvin Spears DL Dean Tsopanides OL Jordan Walsh Freshmen (2): RB Barkley Hill RB Greg Garmon

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2012 LETTERMEN/STARTERS BREAKDOWN Lettermen Returning (39) Offense (19) Quarterback (2) Running Back (2) Fullback (2) Tight End (3)

Wide Receiver (5)

Offensive Line (5)

Offense (10) *** * * * ** ** ** ** * *** * ** * * ** * * * **

James Vandenberg John Wienke Damon Bullock Jordan Canzeri Jonathan Gimm Brad Rogers Zach Derby C.J. Fiedorowicz Ray Hamilton Keenan Davis Kevonte Martin-Manley Nick Nielsen Don Shumpert Steven Staggs James Ferentz Nolan MacMillan Brandon Scherff Matt Tobin Brett Van Sloten

Defense (17) Defensive End (1) Defensive Line (1) Linebacker (5)

* * * * ** ** ** Defensive Back (10) *** ** *** * * * ** ** * *** Specialists (3) Long Snaps (1) Kicker (2)

Dominic Alvis Steve Bigach Quinton Alston Marcus Collins Anthony Hitchens Christian Kirksey James Morris Greg Castillo Tom Donatell Micah Hyde Nico Law Jordan Lomax John Lowdermilk B.J. Lowery Tanner Miller Collin Sleeper Jack Swanson

* Casey Kreiter ** Mike Meyer * Trent Mossbrucker

Lettermen Breakdown (39) 3 year Lettermen: 2 year Lettermen: 1 year Lettermen:

Lettermen Lost (23)

5 14 20

Running Back (2)

** *** Wide Receiver (3) * * *** Offensive Line (4) ** * *** *** Tight End (1) ****

Marcus Coker Jason White Joe Audlehelm Marcus Grant Marvin McNutt, Jr. Adam Gettis Woody Orne Riley Reiff Markus Zusevics Brad Herman

Starters Information Returning (11, plus two specialists) Reflects 2011 final game line-up. Number of 2011 starts in ( ) Offense (6) Quarterback Wide Receiver Fullback Tight End Offensive Line Defense (5) Defensive End Linebacker

Defense (12) Defensive End (2) **** **** Defensive Line (3) *** * * Linebacker (4) * * **** * Defensive Back (3) **** **** *

Broderick Binns Lebron Daniel Mike Daniels Joe Forgy Tom Nardo A.J. Derby Shane DiBona Tyler Nielsen Terrance Pryor Jordan Bernstine Shaun Prater Kyle Steinbrecher

Defensive Back

Dominic Alvis (6) Christian Kirksey (13) James Morris (12) Micah Hyde (13) Tanner Miller (11)

Specialists (2) Kicker Long Snaps

Mike Meyer (13) Casey Kreiter (13)

Lost (12) Offense (5) Running Back Wide Receiver Offensive Line

Specialists (1) Punter (1)

James Vandenberg (13) Keenan Davis (12) Brad Rogers (7) C.J. Fiedorowicz (5) James Ferentz (13) Matt Tobin (10)

* Eric Guthrie

Marcus Coker (12) Marvin McNutt, Jr. (13) Adam Gettis (13) Riley Reiff (13) Markus Zusevics (13)

Defense (6) * - - indicates letters earned

Defensive End Broderick Binns (13) Defensive Tackle Mike Daniels (13) Tom Nardo (8) Linebacker Tyler Nielsen (12) Defensive Back Jordan Bernstine (11) Shaun Prater (13) Specialists (1) Punter

Eric Guthrie (13)

Others Returning with Starting Experience (Career starts in parenthesis) Offense (7) Fullback Offensive Line Running Back Tight End Wide Receiver

Jonathan Gimm (3) Nolan MacMillan (6) Brandon Scherff (3) Jordan Canzeri (1) Zach Derby (5) Kevonte Martin-Manley (2)

Defense (5) Defensive Back

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Greg Castillo (4) Tom Donatell (2 at OLB) Collin Sleeper (2) Steve Bigach (5) Shane DiBona (2)


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 52 - - *Quinton Alston Linebacker 6-1, 224, Sophomore Sicklerville, N.J. (Timber Creek Regional HS) Hawk-Item - - One of three redshirt freshmen named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as second team middle linebacker following spring practice. 2011 - - Recorded four solo tackles and three assists, including a shared tackle for loss . . . saw first action of career in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording two solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording two assisted tackles, including a shared tackle for loss . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . did not see actin in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. High school honors - - Selected to compete in Chesapeake Bowl as a regional all-star as a senior, despite missing majority of final season due to injury . . . first team all-Group III and all-conference as a junior, while earning second team all-state honors . . . Career - - saw action in just two games as a senior due to injury . . . recorded 80 tackles, including four QB sacks and 12 tackles for loss, as a junior . . . recorded six tackles while playing for North team in Chesapeake Bowl . . . two-year team captain while helping team make three straight playoff appearances . . . earned three letters in football as linebacker, defensive end and running back. Personal - - Born 9/7/93 in Philadelphia, Pa. . . . open major . . . earned academic recognition in each of last four years . . . parents are Connie and Quinton Alston . . . high school coach was Rob Hinson.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackle for Loss: ____________

3 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 2 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 2 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 .5 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

. . . recorded two solo stops and three assists vs. Hoosiers, including a shared QB sack . . . started at defensive end in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording three solo tackles . . . started at defensive end in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . recorded two solo tackles and one assist before leaving game due to injury. 2010 - - Saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one solo tackle, a six-yard QB sack for first career tackle . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State due to injury . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan due to injury . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin due to injury . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State due to injury . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana due to injury . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern due to injury . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, due to injury. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - First team all-state, all-district and all-conference as a junior . . . battled injury as a senior, but still earned second team all-conference recognition . . . Career - - totaled 57 tackles, including nine sacks . . . also had 358 receiving yards as a junior . . . gained 352 yards rushing and 150 yards receiving as a senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in track and basketball. Personal - - Born 2/18/91 . . . communication studies major . . . parents are Constance and Dennis Alvis . . . National Honor Society student with a 3.8 grade point average . . . high school coach was Matt Straight.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackle for Loss: ____________ QB Sack: _________________ Force Fumble: _____________ Pass Break-up: _____________

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats

Career Statistics

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois __________ 0-0 IA State ___________ 1-0 at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State __________ 1-0 Penn State _________ Inj. at Michigan ________ Inj. Wisconsin _________ Inj. Mich. State ________ Inj. at Indiana _________ Inj. at N’western _______ Inj. Ohio State _________ Inj. at Minnesota _______ Inj. Missouri (n) ________ Inj. Totals ____________ 2-0

Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ PBU ____ FF ___ QBH Freshman ___ 4 ____ 3_____ 7 _____ .5/1 ____ 0/0 ______ 0_______ 0 _____0

Career Statistics

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ 1-3 at IA State _________ 2-0 Pitt _______________ 2-1 ULM ______________ 1-0 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 2-1 Indiana ___________ 0-2 at Minn. ___________ 0-0

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. Michigan __________ 1-0 Mich. State _______ DNP at Purdue ________ DNP at Nebraska _______ DNP Oklahoma (n) _____ DNP Totals ____________ 4-3

79 - - *Dominic Alvis Defensive Line 6-4, 265, Junior Logan, Iowa (Logan-Magnolia HS)

5, twice, last vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 3, twice, last at Minnesota, 10/29/11 3, twice, last vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 2 vs. Northwestern, 9/17/11 1, twice, last vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 1 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 1 at Penn State, 10/08/11

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________1-3 at IA State __________2-0 Pitt ________________2-1 ULM _______________1-2 at PSU _____________0-2 N’western __________3-2 Indiana ____________2-3 at Minn. ____________3-0 Michigan ___________2-1 Mich. State _________ Inj. at Purdue ___________ Inj. at Nebraska _________ Inj. Oklahoma (n) _______ Inj. Totals __________ 16-14

Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ PBU ____ FF ___ QBH Freshman ___ 2 ____ 0_____ 2 _____ 1/6 ____ 1/6 ______ 0_______ 0 _____0 Sophomore _ 16 ____ 14 ____ 30 ___ 3.5/11 __ 1.5/8 _____ 1_______ 1 _____0 Career _____ 18____ 14 ____32 ____4/17___2.5/14 _____ 1_______1 _____0

5 - - Kyle Anderson

Hawk-Item - - Did not participate in spring practice due to injury.

Quarterback 6-3, 210, Redshirt Freshman Ames, Iowa (Ames HS)

2012 - - Listed as co-first team defensive end following spring practice.

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice.

2011 - - Suffered knee injury in win over 13th-ranked Michigan and missed remainder of the season . . . saw action in nine games, recording 16 solo tackles and 14 assists, along with 3.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 QB sacks, one pass break-up and a forced fumble . . . started at defensive tackle in 34-7 win over Tennessee Tech . . . recorded one solo tackle and three assists in opening win . . . started at defensive tackle in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording two solo tackles . . . started at defensive end in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . recorded three tackles vs. Pitt, including two solo stops, a QB sack and the first forced fumble of his career, which led to Pitt turnover . . . started at defensive end in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle and two assists as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, recording two assisted tackles and one pass break-up . . . started at defensive end in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording career-best five tackles (three solo and two assists), including two tackles for loss . . . started at defensive end in 45-24 win over Indiana

2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned first team all-conference and first team all-state honors as a senior . . . was second team allconference as a junior . . . named offensive MVP of conference as a senior . . . Career - - helped team post 9-3 record while advancing to state playoffs as a senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . earned two varsity letters in both football and basketball. Personal - - Born 8/18/92 . . . pre-business major . . . parents are Lisa and Jeff Anderson . . . high school coach was Bruce Vertanen.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 54 - - *Steve Bigach (BIG-ack) Defensive Lineman 6-3, 282, Senior Cleveland, Ohio (St. Ignatius HS) Hawk-Item - - One of five seniors named to 2012 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as co-first team defensive end following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Named to Capital One/CoSIDA District Six Academic All-America team . . . academic all-Big Ten for second straight year . . . 2011 - - saw action in 12 games, with five starts, recording nine solo tackles and 15 assists, including one tackle for loss and one QB sack . . . also had one QB pressure and a recovered fumble . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, recording one assisted tackle . . . started at defensive tackle for first career start in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . career-best five tackles vs. Northwestern, including three solo stops and one QB sack . . . first career recovered fumble in the fourth quarter led to an Iowa field goal . . . started at defensive tackle in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording career-best six tackles, including two solo stops and four assists . . . started at defensive tackle in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording two assisted tackles . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording two solo tackles and one QB pressure . . . started at defensive end in 31-21 win at Purdue, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . started at defensive end in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, recording three assisted tackles . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2010 - - Saw action in 37-17 win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one assisted tackle and one QB pressure for first career statistics . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one solo tackle, which was an eight-yard QB sack, as defense allowed just 31 net rushsing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Did not see any game action.

High school honors - - Cuyahoga County Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-state and all-district as a senior . . . second team all-district as a junior . . . Career - - collected 172 tackles, 12 sacks and 51 tackles for loss . . . team captain . . . also lettered in basketball, track and lacrosse. Personal - - Born 4/30/90 . . . integrative physiology major . . . National Merit Commended Scholar . . . first academic honors every semester . . . one of two players from Cleveland on Iowa roster . . . parents are Margaret and Stephen Bigach . . . high school coach was Chuck Kyle.

Career Defensive Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ QB Sack: _________________ QB Pressure: ______________

6 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 3 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 4 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 1, twice, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 1, twice, last vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11

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Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ QBH ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 1 ____ 2_____ 3 _____ 1/8 ____ 1/8 ______0-0 ______ 1 _____0 ____0 Junior ______ 9 ____ 15 ____ 24 ____ 1/6 ____ 1/6 ______0-0 ______ 1 _____0 ____1 Career _____ 10____ 17 ____27 ___ 2/141 ___2/14______0-0 ______2 _____0 ____1

63 - - Austin Blythe (BLYTH) Offensive Line 6-3, 275, Redshirt Freshman Williamsburg, Iowa (Williamsburg HS) Hawk-Item - - One of three redshirt freshmen named to 2012 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as co-first team right guard following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named honorable mention on Parade all-America team . . . two-time first team all-state honoree . . . three-time first team alldistrict selection . . . Ed Thomas Award nominee . . . named High School Wrestler of the Year as a senior by Iowa City Press-Citizen . . . Career - - helped prep squad to state playoff appearances in 2008, 2009 and 2010, compiling 28-5 overall record . . . team captain as a senior . . . completed career with 123 tackles, 40 tackles for loss, 14 QB sacks and three fumble recoveries . . . had 20 tackles, five tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries as a sophomore . . . collected 40 tackles, 17 tackles for loss and five QB sacks as a junior . . . had 63 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and nine QB sacks as a senior . . . earned three straight state heavyweight wrestling titles in final three years after placing second at state meet as a freshman . . . compiled 187-11 prep wrestling record and holds state record with 143 career pins . . . posted 50-1 record as a senior, becoming 72nd wrestler in state history to win three straight state titles and 43rd wrestler to reach state finals four straight years . . . earned varsity letters in football (3), wrestling (4) and track (4). Personal - - Born 6/16/92 . . . industrial engineering major . . . member of prep Honor Roll and National Honor Society . . . parents are Mary and Curt Blythe . . . high school coach was Curt Ritchie.

59 - - Conor Boffeli Offensive Line 6-5, 290, Junior West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley HS) 2012 - - Listed as co-first team right guard following spring practice.

2008 - - Redshirted.

2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA _______ DNP at Iowa State ______ DNP Arizona __________ DNP at Penn State______ DNP Ark. State _________ DNP Michigan _________ DNP at Wisconsin ______ DNP at Mich. State _____ DNP Indiana __________ DNP N’western ________ DNP at Ohio State ______ DNP Minnesota ________ DNP GA Tech (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 0-0

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2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________0-0 Iowa State __________0-1 at Arizona _________DNP Ball State ___________0-1 Penn State _________DNP at Michigan ________DNP Wisconsin _________DNP Mich. State _________1-0 at Indiana _________DNP at N’western _______DNP Ohio State _________DNP at Minnesota _______DNP Missouri (n) ________DNP Totals _____________1-2

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2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________0-1 at IA State ___________1-0 Pitt _______________DNP ULM _______________1-0 at PSU ______________0-1 N’western ___________3-2 Indiana _____________2-4 at Minn. ____________0-2 Michigan ___________0-0 Mich. State __________2-0 at Purdue ___________0-1 at Nebraska _________0-3 Oklahoma (n) ________0-1 Totals ____________ 9-14

2011 - - Saw action in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 2010 - - Listed as third team center following spring practice . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in offensive line in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Second team all-state selection as a senior . . . three-time allconference pick, including first team honors as a senior . . . led team to Class 4-A state championship in 2005 and 2008 . . . Career - - totaled 31 catches for 402 yards and two touchdowns as a tight end . . . added 13 tackles as a senior . . . high school team posted a combined 43-1 record over four years . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal - - Born 8/29/91 . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Jodi and Jim Boffeli . . . four-time academic all-conference selection . . . Honor Roll student throughout high school . . . high school coach was Gary Swenson.

32 - - *Damon Bullock Running Back 6-0, 195, Sophomore Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Hawk Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as first team running back following spring practice.

Game-By-Game Stats Rushing 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt __________ 1 _____ 4 ____ 0 _____ 4 ULM _________ 7 ____ 18 ____ 0 _____ 5 at PSU ______ DNP _________________ N’western ___ DNP _________________ Indiana _____ DNP _________________ at Minn. _____ DNP _________________ Michigan ____ DNP _________________ Mich. State __ DNP _________________ at Purdue ___ DNP _________________ at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 2 _____-2 ____ 0 _____ 3 Totals _______10 ___ 20____ 0 _____5

Receiving 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt ___________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU _______ DNP N’western ____ DNP Indiana_______ DNP at Minn. ______ DNP Michigan _____ DNP Mich. State ____ DNP at Purdue _____ DNP at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 1_____ 11 ___ 0 ____11 Totals_________ 1_____11 ___0 ___ 11

Game-by-Game Kickoff Returns 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 1 ____ 23 ____ 0 ____ 23 at IA State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt __________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM _________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ______ DNP N’western ___ DNP Indiana _____ DNP at Minn. _____ DNP Michigan ____ DNP Mich. State __ DNP at Purdue ___ DNP at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 1 ____ 20 ____ 0 ____ 20 Totals _______ 2 ____ 43____ 0 ____23

Career Statistics 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Offense . . . 2011 - - played in six games . . . 10 rushing attempts for 20 yards, one reception for 11 yards and averaged 21.5 yards on two KO returns . . . saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, with one KO return for 23 yards and one solo tackle on special teams . . . saw action in tripleovertime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . had first rushing attempt of his career for four yards . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . had seven rushing attempts for 18 yards vs. ULM, with a long of five yards . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, with two rushing attempts for minus two yards and one reception for 11 yards . . . also had one KO return for 20 yards. High school honors - - Named to Top 50 Player list in Dallas/Fort Worth area as a senior . . . named 5-A District and team Most Valuable Offensive Player as a senior . . . Career - - three year letterman in football and track . . . team captain as a senior, leading team to 8-2 record and into the state playoffs . . . holds school record with six touchdowns in a game . . . set personal best of 248 rushing yards in a game as a senior . . . had 235 rushing attempts for 1,606 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior . . . played in just three games as a junior due to injury, rushing for 350 yards and scoring four touchdowns. Personal - - Born 4/29/93 in Baltimore, MD . . . leisure studies major . . . member of National Society of High School Scholars . . . parents are Kimberly and Roscoe Handy . . . high school coach was Jeff Hulme.

Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 10 __________ 20 __________ 2.0___________0 ____________5 Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 1___________ 11 _________ 11.0 __________0 ___________11 KO Returns_______ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 2___________ 43 _________ 21.5 __________0 ___________23

22 - - Torrey Campbell (TORE-ee) Defensive Back 5-11, 183, Redshirt Freshman Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team cornerback following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named first team all-conference as a freshman and sophomore . . . Career - - team advanced to state playoffs as a junior and senior, posting a 24-9 over his final three seasons . . . rushed 37 times for 300 yards and four touchdowns as a senior . . . recorded 48 tackles, 10 pass break-ups and one tackle for loss on defense . . . rushed for 552 yards and six touchdowns on 73 attempts as a junior . . . rushed 159 times for 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore . . . team captain as a senior . . . earned four varsity letters as running back and defensive back . . . also lettered four times in track (hurdles and sprints).

Career Rushing Bests Attempts: ________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

7 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 18 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 None 5 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11

Personal - - Born 11/27/92 . . . social work interest major . . . one of two players from Naples on Iowa roster . . . parents are Jennifer and Charlie Campbell . . . high school coach was Mark Ivey.

Career Receiving Bests Receptions: _______________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

1 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 11 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 None 11 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11

Career KO Return Bests Number: _________________ 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 Yards: ____________________ 23 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 Long: ____________________ 23 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 33 - - *Jordan Canzeri (CAN-zear-ee) Running Back 5-9, 180, Sophomore Troy, N.Y. (Troy HS) Hawk-Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Suffered major knee injury during spring practice and status is questionable for 2012 season. 2011 - - Saw action in seven games, with one start . . . rushed 31 times for 114 yards and had six receptions for 28 yards and a touchdown . . . also averaged 19.5 yards on four KO returns . . . did not see action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw first action of career in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . rushed five times for 30 yards vs. ULM, with a long of 12 yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern due to injury . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . four rushing attempts for 26 yards vs. Hoosiers, along with one KO return for 29 yards . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording one KO return for 16 yards . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, recording two KO returns for 33 yards . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue due to injury . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska due to injury . . . started at running back in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma . . . led rushing attack with 58 yards on 22 carries and had six receptions for 28 yards and a touchdown . . . had nine-yard scoring reception in fourth quarter to cut deficit to 21-14.

Game-by-Game Kickoff Returns 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech _____ DNP at IA State ___ DNP Pitt _________ DNP ULM _________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ___ DNP Indiana ______ 1 ____ 29 ____ 0 ____ 29 at Minn. ______ 1 ____ 16 ____ 0 ____ 16 Michigan _____ 2 ____ 33 ____ 0 ____ 19 Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ____Inj. at Nebraska ___Inj. Oklahoma (n) _ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 4 ____ 78____ - ____29

Career Statistics Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 31 __________ 114 _________ 3.7___________0 ___________15 Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 6___________ 28 __________ 4.7___________1 ___________12 KO Returns_______ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 4___________ 78 _________ 19.5 __________0 ___________29

2 - - ***Greg Castillo (kas-TEE-oh)

High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior . . . offensive MVP of regional final, state semifinal and state championship game . . . earned second team all-state honors as a junior . . . named Section Two and Division Player of the Year as a junior . . . earned all-area honors as punt returner . . . Career - - team advanced to state championship game as a senior and posted 21-2 record his last two seasons . . . rushed for 2,048 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior and had five receptions for 30 yards and scored three special teams touchdowns . . . recorded 36 solo tackles and 10 assists on defense, including 12 tackles for loss, three QB sacks and two interceptions . . . rushed for 1,252 yards as a junior . . . first running back at Troy HS with back-to-back seasons over 1,000 rushing yards and first player with over 2,000 yards in a season . . . holds school records for rushing yards and all-purpose yards . . . also set single season marks for rushing touchdowns (33) and total touchdowns (36) . . . team captain as a senior . . . earned two football letters as running back and defensive back and competed as sprinter on track team for four years. Personal - - Born 2/18/93 . . . sociology major . . . earned NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete team award . . . parents are Regina and Brian Canzeri . . . high school coach was Jack Burger.

Career Rushing Bests Attempts: ________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

22 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 58 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 None 15 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Career Receiving Bests Receptions: _______________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

6 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 28 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 1 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 12 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11

Career KO Return Bests Number: _________________ 2 vs. Michigan, 11/05/11 Yards: ____________________ 33 vs. Michigan, 11/05/11 Long: ____________________ 29 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Game-By-Game Stats Rushing 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech _____ DNP _________________ at IA State ___ DNP _________________ Pitt _________ DNP _________________ ULM _________ 5 ____ 30 ____ 0 ____ 12 at PSU _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ___ DNP _________________ Indiana ______ 4 ____ 26 ____ 0 ____ 15 at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ____Inj. __________________ at Nebraska ___Inj. __________________ Oklahoma (n) _ 22 ___ 58 ____ 0 ____ 12 Totals _______31 ___114 ___ 0 ____15

Receiving 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech ______ DNP at IA Statte ____ DNP Pitt __________ DNP ULM __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ DNP Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigna ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______Inj. at Nebraska ____Inj. Oklahoma (n)___ 6_____ 28 ___ 1 ____12 Totals_________ 6_____28 ___1 ___ 12

Defensive Back 5-11, 187, Senior Mount Laurel, N.J. (St. Joseph’s Prep, Penn.) Hawk-Item - - One of five seniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of five juniors named to 2011 Leadership Group . . . one of two sophomores named to 2010 Leadership Group . . . one of two redshirt freshmen named to 2009 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as second team right cornerback following spring practice. 2011 - - Started at cornerback in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording two assisted tackles and one pass break-up . . . started at cornerback in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording career-best nine solo tackles . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. 2010 - - Saw action in all 13 games, with one start . . . recorded 11 tackles and two pass breakups . . . started at cornerback in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as defense allowed just 157 yards total offense . . . recording one solo stop and two assists in opening win . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one solo tackle, two assists and one pass break-up . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State as defense allowed just 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one pass break-up as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording career-best three tackles, including two solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, recording one solo tackle. 2009 - - Saw action in four games, with one start . . . started at cornerback in 17-16 win over Northern Iowa, recording three assisted tackles . . . did not see action in 35-3 win at Iowa State due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-17 win over Arizona due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-10 win at Penn State due to injury . . . returned to action in 24-21 win over Arkansas State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 42-24 win over Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 12-0 win over Minnesota, but had no statistics. 2008 - - Redshirted.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES High school honors - - Selected to East/West All-Star Game . . . honorable mention all-state as a senior . . . first team all-Catholic and all-city as a senior . . . second team all-Catholic as a junior . . . Career - - collected nine interceptions and 20 passes defended . . . also had 21 catches for 550 yards and nine touchdowns . . . team captain . . . also lettered in track.

55 - - *Marcus Collins

Personal - - Born 5/3/90 . . . management major . . . parents are Zaida Castillo and Juan Castillo . . . father Juan is defensive coordinator with NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles . . . high school coach was Gil Brooks.

Hawk Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ PBU: _____________________

9 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 9 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 3 vs. Northern Iowa, 9/05/09 1, three times, last vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA ________ 0-3 at IA State _________ Inj. Arizona ___________ Inj. at Penn State_______ Inj. Ark. State __________ 0-1 Michigan _________ DNP at Wisconsin ______ DNP at Mich. State _____ DNP Indiana ___________ 0-0 N’western ________ DNP at Ohio State ______ DNP Minnesota _________ 0-0 GA Tech (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 0-4

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________1-2 IA State ____________1-2 at Arizona __________0-0 Ball State ___________0-0 Penn State __________0-0 at Michigan _________0-0 Wisconsin __________0-0 Mich. State _________0-0 at Indiana __________0-0 at N’western ________0-0 Ohio State __________0-1 at Minnesota ________2-1 Missouri (n) _________1-0 Totals _____________5-6

2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________0-2 at IA State ___________9-0 Pitt ________________1-0 ULM _______________1-0 at PSU ______________0-0 N’western ___________0-1 Indiana _____________0-0 at Minn. ____________0-0 Michigan ___________0-0 Mich. State __________0-0 at Purdue ___________0-0 at Nebraska _________0-0 Oklahoma (n) ________0-0 Totals ____________ 11-3

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 4_____ 4 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 5 ____ 6_____ 11 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 2 _____0 ____0 Junior _____ 11 ____ 3_____ 14 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 1 _____0 ____0 Career _____ 16____ 13 ____29 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______3 _____0 ____0

50 - - Drew Clark Offensive Line 6-4, 288, Junior Marion, Iowa (Marion HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team left guard following spring practice. 2011 - -Saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl.

Linebacker 6-0, 215, Sophomore Yeadon, Pa. (Monsignor Bonner HS)

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Defense . . . 2011 - - saw action in 10 games, recording four solo tackles and four assists . . . saw first action of career in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording two solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo stop and one assist . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense, but had no statistics. High school honors - - Named Best Defensive Player in Philadelphia Catholic League as a senior . . . second team all-state as a senior . . . Earned first team all-Catholic League and first team all-County as a senior . . . Career - - earned three letters in football as outside linebacker . . . recorded 87 tackles as a senior, including 15 QB sacks, in helping team advance to state playoffs . . . also had three forced fumbles and two interceptions . . . collected 30 tackles as a junior and 25 stops as a sophomore . . . also earned four letters in track and three in wrestling . . . district wrestling champion as a junior. Personal - - Born 9/18/92 . . . pre-business major . . . parents are Allison Collins and Lorenzo Reeves . . . high school coach was Tom Oropeza.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 3 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 Solos: ____________________ 2 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 Assists: ___________________ 1, four times, last vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ 2-1 at IA State _________ 1-0 Pitt _______________ 0-1 ULM ______________ 0-0 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 0-1 Indiana ___________ 1-1

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. at Minn. ___________ 0-0 Michigan _________ DNP Mich. State _______ DNP at Purdue _________ 0-0 at Nebraska _______ DNP Oklahoma (n) ______ 0-0 Totals ____________ 4-4

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 4 ____ 4_____ 8 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0

2010 - - Saw only action of the season in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Two-time first team elite all-state selection . . . three-time first team all-district and all-metro selection . . . Career - - set school record with 119 pancake blocks . . . also played defensive line, collecting 130 tackles . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball and track and field . . . helped prep basketball team post 20-5 overall record as a senior, as team advanced to state tournament before one point loss in quarter-finals . . . holds school records for shot put and discus . . . helped prep track team finish ninth in Class 3-A state meet as a senior . . . won individual state titles in both shot put (64-7 ¾) and discus (161-01) as a senior. Personal - - Born 4/19/90 . . . mechanical engineering major . . . parents are Brenda and Charles Clark . . . academic all-district and all-state as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . finished in top 10 in his class academically throughout high school . . . high school coach was Tony Perkins.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 97 - - Darian Cooper

33 - - Adam Cox

Defensive Line 6-2, 280, Redshirt Freshman Elkridge, Md. (DeMatha HS)

Fullback 5-11, 210, Redshirt Freshman Chana, Ill. (Stillman Valley HS)

2012 - - Listed as co-first team defensive tackle following spring practice.

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.

2011 - - Redshirted. 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Defense. High school honors - - Named all-metro and metro defensive MVP in Baltimore area as a senior . . . first team all-conference and all-state as a senior . . . second team all-state as a junior . . . earned third team allconference honors as a center during junior season . . . named team defensive MVP as a senior . . . Career - - holds single game school record with five QB sacks . . . recorded 10 QB sacks, four forced fumbles and three pass break-ups as a senior . . . collected 12 QB sacks and two pass break-ups as a junior and had eight QB sacks as a sophomore . . . helped prep team post 20-4 record in his final two seasons and advance to state playoffs in each of three seasons. . . team captain as a senior . . . also competed in track, tossing shot put and discus.

High school honors - - Earned all-state honorable mention as a senior . . . selected as Stateline Player of the Year as a senior . . . named first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . Career - - earned three letters in football as running back and linebacker . . . helped prep team win state title as a junior and return to title game as a senior, posting two-year record of 27-1 . . . team captain as a senior . . . rushed for 1,782 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior, while collecting 94 tackles on defense . . . gained 1,197 yards and scored 12 touchdowns as a junior, with 106 tackles and nine QB sacks as a junior . . . also earned one letter in basketball. Personal - - Born 9/24/92 . . . human physiology major . . . parents are Lori and Jeff Cox . . . high school coach was Mike Lalor.

Personal - - Born 1/5/93 . . . pre-business major . . . mother is Catherine Cooper-Grogans . . . high school coach was Bill McGregor.

71 - - Carl Davis

23 - - Jordan Cotton

Defensive Line 6-5, 310, Sophomore Detroit, Mich. (Stevenson HS)

Wide Receiver 6-1, 185, Junior Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Mount Pleasant HS)

Hawk Item - - Did not participate in spring practice due to injury.

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in two games, recording one reception for four yards . . . did not see action on opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . saw first action of career in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording one reception for four yards . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl.

2012 - - Listed as co-first team defensive tackle following spring practice.

2010 - - Did not see any game action.

2011 - - Saw action in six games, recording two assisted tackles . . . did not see action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech due to injury . . . saw first action of career in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one assisted tackle . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan due to injury . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State due to injury . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue due to injury . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl.

2009 - - Redshirted.

2010 - - Redshirted.

High school honors - - First team all-state as a junior and senior . . . two-time first team alldistrict selection . . . Career - - had 54 receptions for 664 yards and six touchdowns . . . also had 341 rushing attempts for 3,043 yards and 42 touchdowns . . . amassed 925 return yards, with three touchdowns . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball, track and field and baseball . . . Class 3A state champion in 400-meter hurdles as a junior . . . helped prep team place 12th in Class 3A state track meet as a senior.

High school honors - - Named first team all-state by Detroit Free Press, Detroit News and Macomb Daily . . . was first team all-conference as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior . . . Career - - recorded 58 tackles as a senior, including six QB sacks . . . also blocked two field goals, had one interception and scored one touchdown . . . collected 47 tackles as a junior, with eight tackles for loss, 15 QB hurries and three QB sacks . . . helped prep team post 10-2 mark as a junior and 13-1 record as a senior, advancing to state championship game at Ford Field in his final season . . . also lettered in basketball and track and field.

Personal - - Born 7/25/90 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Cindy and Marshall Cotton . . . father played football at Iowa from 1984-87 and was a two-year letterman . . . attended same high school as TE Henry Krieger-Coble . . . high school coach was Bob Jensen.

Personal - - Born 3/2/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . mother is Ovella Davis . . . high school coach was Rick Bye.

Career Bests Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

1 at Minnesota, 10/29/11 4 at Minnesota, 10/29/11 None 4 at Minnesota, 10/29/11

Game-By-Game Stats Receiving 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech _____ DNP at IA Statte __ DNP Pitt _________ DNP ULM ________ DNP at PSU ______ DNP N’western ___ DNP Indiana _____ DNP

2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng at Minn. ______ 1 _____ 4 ____ 0 _____ 4 Michigan ____ DNP Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ___ DNP at Nebraska __ DNP Oklahoma (n) DNP Totals _______ 1 _____ 4 ____ 0 _____4

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 1____________ 4 __________ 4.0___________0 ____________4

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Tackles: __________________ 1, twice, last vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 Solos: ____________________ None Assists: ___________________ 1, twice, last vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ Inj. at IA State _________ 0-0 Pitt _______________ 0-0 ULM ______________ 0-1 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 0-0 Indiana ___________ 0-1 at Minn. ___________ Inj.

2011 ________ Solo-Ast Michigan __________ Inj. Mich. State ________ Inj. at Purdue _________ Inj. at Nebraska _______ DNP Oklahoma (n) _____ DNP Totals ____________ 0-2

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 2_____ 2 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 6 - - ***Keenan Davis Wide Receiver 6-3, 215, Senior Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Washington HS) Hawk-Item - - Candidate for Biletnikoff Award in 2011 . . . one of three true freshmen to see action in 2009. 2012 Preseason Honors - - First team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football and Blue Ribbon . . . named to CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy Watch List . . . 2012 - - listed as first team wide receiver following spring practice. 2011 - - Started at wide receiver in all 12 games he played . . . recorded 50 receptions for 713 yards and four touchdowns . . . ranked eighth in the Big Ten in receptions per game (4.2) and ninth in receiving yards per game (59.4) . . . started at wide receiver in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . two receptions for 30 yards in opening win, including acrobatic 23-yard reception at one-yardline that led to Iowa touchdown . . . started at wide receiver in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . reached career bests with five receptions for 95 yards at ISU, and scored on a 23-yard reception on Iowa’s second overtime possession . . . also had 50 yards on two KO returns, with a best of 27 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . career highs in receptions and yards with 10 catches for 129 yards and a touchdown vs. Pitt . . . had 14-yard scoring reception for second score of the season in fourth quarter and also had one KO return for 12 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . recorded two receptions for 32 yards vs. ULM, including a 23-yard scoring reception for third score of the season . . . started at wide receiver in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . three receptions for 26 yards at Penn State, along with one assisted tackle . . . started at wide receiver in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense . . . five receptions for 109 yards and a touchdown vs. Northwestern to surpass 100 yards for second time this season . . . 47-yard touchdown reception in first half is longest reception of career and he has a touchdown in four of last five games . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . three receptions for 42 yards vs. Hoosiers, including a long of 21 yards . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . started at wide receiver in 24-16 win over 16thranked Michigan . . . two receptions for 52 yards vs. Wolverines, including 44-yard catch on opening touchdown drive . . . started at wide receiver in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . two receptions for 18 yards vs. MSU . . . started at wide receiver in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . seven receptions for 63 yards at Purdue . . . started at wide receiver in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . led team with four receptions for 41 yards at Nebraska, while also collecting one solo tackle . . . started at wide receiver in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording five reception for 76 yards and one KO return for 16 yards. 2010 - - Saw action in all 13 games, recording 11 receptions for 131 yards and a touchdown . . . averaged 19.4 yards on nine KO returns . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, recording one reception for 12 yards and one KO return for 18 yards . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . career-best four receptions for 50 yards and a touchdown vs. Ball State, with his eight-yard scoring reception giving Iowa a 14-0 advantage in the second period . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, collecting one reception for four yards . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana as offense gained 445 yards total offense . . . three pass receptions for 48 yards and three KO returns for 58 yards vs. Hoosiers . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . three KO returns for 58 yards vs. OSU, with a long of 21 yards . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording one reception for 12 yards and one kickoff return for 15 yards . . . saw action in 2724 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri . . . had one reception for five yards and one KO return for 26 yards vs. Missouri. 2009 - - Saw first action of career in 17-16 win over Northern Iowa, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-3 win at Iowa State as offense gained 426 yards total offense . . . had two receptions for 21 yards at ISU, including a 10-yard TD reception for first career touchdown . . . saw action in 27-17 win over Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-10 win at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-21 win over Arkansas State . . . had two catches for 34 yards vs. ASU, including a season-best 21-yard reception . . . saw action in 30-28 win over Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-10 win at Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 15-13 win at Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 42-24 win over Indiana . . . had no offense stats, but had first punt return of career . . . saw action in 17-10 loss to Northwestern, returning one kickoff for 11 yards . . . saw action in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 12-0 win over Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech, but had no statistics. High school honors - - Selected to play in Under Armour all-American game as a senior . . . Super Prep Top 100 in the Nation as a senior . . . two-time first team elite all-state selection . . . garnered five first team all-conference honors, including first team as both wide receiver and defensive back as a junior and senior . . . Career - - career totals include 169 receptions for 2,602 yards and 26 touchdowns . . . also registered 86 tackles and eight interceptions on defense . . . hold five Mississippi Valley conference records . . . two-time team captain . . . also lettered in basketball and track and field . . . helped prep team claim Class 4A state title as a

senior, running on 4 x 200 relay team that won state title and 4 x 100 relay that placed fifth. Personal - - Born 1/30/91 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Caryn and Kenneth Davis . . . attended same high school as RB Andre Dawson and DB David Tann . . . high school coach was Tony Lombardi.

Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

10 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 129 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 1, six times, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 47 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11

Career KO Return Bests Number: _________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

3, twice, last vs. Ohio State, 11/20/10 58 (3 ret.), twice, last vs. Ohio State, 11/20/10 None 27 at Iowa State, 9/10/11

2009 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng Northern IA ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 2 ____ 21 ____ 1 ____ 11 Arizona ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Penn State__ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ark. State _____ 2 ____ 34 ____ 0 ____ 21 Michigan _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Wisconsin __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Mich. State _ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Ohio State __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Minnesota ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - GA Tech (n) ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 4 ____ 55____ 1 ____21

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng Northern IA ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Arizona _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Penn State ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ark. State ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Wisconsin ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Mich. State___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western _____ 1_____ 11 ___ 0 ____11 at Ohio State ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Minnesota _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - GA Tech (n) ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 1_____11 ___0 ___ 11

2010 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng E. Illinois _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - IA State ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ____ 1 ____ 12 ____ 0 ____ 12 Ball State _____ 4 ____ 50 ____ 1 ____ 20 Penn State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ___ 1 _____ 4 ____ 0 _____ 4 Wisconsin ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana ____ 3 ____ 48 ____ 0 ____ 19 at N’western __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ohio State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota __ 1 ____ 12 ____ 0 ____ 12 Missouri (n) ___ 1 _____ 5 ____ 0 _____ 5 Totals _______11 ___131 ___ 1 ____20

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng E. Illinois _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - IA State _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona _____ 1_____ 18 ___ 0 ____18 Ball State ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Penn State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Wisconsin _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana______ 3_____ 58 ___ 0 ____22 at N’western ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ohio state _____ 3_____ 58 ___ 0 ____21 at Minnesota ___ 1_____ 15 ___ 0 ____15 Missouri (n) ____ 1_____ 26 ___ 0 ____26 Totals_________ 9____ 175___0 ___ 26

2011 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 2 ____ 30 ____ 0 ____ 23 at IA State ____ 5 ____ 95 ____ 1 ____ 32 Pitt __________ 10 ___ 129 ___ 1 ____ 22 ULM _________ 2 ____ 32 ____ 1 ____ 23 at PSU _______ 3 ____ 26 ____ 0 ____ 11 N’western ____ 5 ____ 109 ___ 1 ____ 47 Indiana ______ 3 ____ 42 ____ 0 ____ 21 at Minn. ______Inj. __________________ Michigan _____ 2 ____ 52 ____ 0 ____ 44 Mich. State ___ 2 ____ 18 ____ 0 ____ 11 at Purdue ____ 7 ____ 63 ____ 0 ____ 19 at Nebraska ___ 4 ____ 41 ____ 0 ____ 16 Oklahoma (n) _ 5 ____ 76 ____ 0 ____ 21 Totals _______50 ___713 ___ 4 ____47

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 2_____ 50 ___ 0 ____27 Pitt ___________ 1_____ 12 ___ 0 ____12 ULM __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______Inj. Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 1_____ 16 ___ 0 ____16 Totals_________ 4_____76 ___0 ___ 27

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Freshman _________ 4___________ 55 _________ Sophomore ________ 11 __________ 131 ________ Junior ____________ 50 __________ 713 ________ Career ____________ 65 __________899 ________

Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng 13.8 __________1 ___________21 11.9 __________1 ___________20 14.3 __________4 ___________47 13.8 __________6 __________ 47

KO Returns_______ No. __________Yds. ________ Freshman _________ 1___________ 11 _________ Sophomore ________ 9___________ 175 ________ Junior ____________ 4___________ 78 _________ Career ____________ 14 __________264 ________

Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng 11.0 __________0 ___________11 19.4 __________0 ___________26 19.5 __________0 ___________27 18.9 __________0 __________ 27

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Career Receiving Bests

Running Back 6-1, 220, Sophomore Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Washington HS) Iowa Western CC

Catches:__________________ 3, twice, last vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 Yards: ____________________ 31 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 Long: ____________________ 20 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice.

2010 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng E. Illinois _____ 1 ____ 17 ____ 0 ____ 17 IA State ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ___ DNP _________________ Ball State _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Penn State ___ DNP _________________ at Michigan ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Wisconsin ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at N’western __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ohio State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Missouri (n) ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 1 ____ 17____ 0 ____17

Junior college - - Attended Iowa Western CC before joining Iowa program for 2011 spring practice . . . rushed 45 times for 263 yards at Iowa Western . . . junior college coach was Scott Strohmeier. High school honors - - Named Athlete of the Year in Mississippi Valley Conference as a senior . . . first team all-state as a senior and second team as a junior . . . first team all-conference for three straight seasons . . . Career - - helped prep team reach state playoffs for three straight seasons . . . team captain as a senior . . . holds school records for points in a season (170) and career (398), touchdowns in a season (28) and career (64) and rushing yards in a season (2,212) and career (4,885) . . . rushed 301 times for 2,212 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior . . . rushed for 1,485 yards and 27 touchdowns on 271 attempts as a junior . . . had 186 rushing attempts for 1,387 yards and 13 scores as a sophomore . . . earned three letters in football, while also lettering in basketball and track. Personal - - Born 12/11/91 . . . psychology and sociology major . . . member of Number One Club . . . mother is Hilda Dawson . . . attended same high school as WR Keenan Davis and DB David Tann . . . high school coach was Tony Lombardi.

85 - - **Zach Derby Tight End 6-3, 240, Senior Iowa City, Iowa (City HS) 2012 - - Listed as co-second team tight end following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in all 13 games, with five starts . . . recorded 12 catches for 117 yards . . . started at wide receiver in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, collecting one reception for five yards . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . career bests in receptions and yards with two catches for 25 yards vs. Pitt . . . started at tight end in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe for first career start, recording one reception for nine yards as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . .started at tight end in 13-3 loss at Penn State, recording career-high three receptions for 21 yards . . . started at tight end in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . started at tight end in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . two receptions for 26 yards vs. Hoosiers . . . started at tight end in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, matching career-best with three receptions for 31 yards . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense, with one KO return as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no receptions.

Game-By-Game Receiving Stats 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 1_____ 5 ____ 0 _____5 at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt ___________ 2_____ 25 ___ 0 ____20 ULM __________ 1_____ 9 ____ 0 _____9 at PSU ________ 3_____ 21 ___ 0 _____9 N’western _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 2_____ 26 ___ 0 ____16 at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 3_____ 31 ___ 0 ____13 at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 12 ___ 117___0 ___ 20

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 1___________ 17 _________ 17.0 __________0 ___________17 Sophomore ________ 12 __________ 117 _________ 9.8___________0 ___________20 Career ____________ 13 __________134 ________ 10.3 __________0 __________ 20

13 - - **Tom Donatell Outside Linebacker 6-2, 205, Senior Duluth, Ga. (Peachtree Ridge HS) Hawk-Item - - Moved from quarterback to linebacker following freshman season . . . moved to defensive back prior to 2009 season . . . moved to outside linebacker prior to 2011 season. 2012 - - Listed as co-second team strong safety following spring practice. 2011 - - Played in eight games, with two starts . . . recorded 17 solo tackles, including one tackle for loss . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . recording one solo tackle vs. Pitt, that coming at the seven-yard line on Pitt’s final KO return . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . started at outside linebacker in 41-31 win over Northwestern for first career start . . . recorded career-high seven solo tackles vs. Northwestern, including one tackle for loss . . . started at outside linebacker in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording six solo tackles . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics.

2009 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Special Teams . . . 2009 - - Did not see any game action.

2010 - - Saw action in all 13 games, recording three solo tackle and one assist . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 157 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one solo tackle for first career statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State as defense allowed justs 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, but had no statistics.

2008 - - Redshirted after joining team as a walk-on.

2009 - - Did not see any game action.

High school honors - - first team all-conference as a senior and junior after earning second team honors as a sophomore . . . Career - - helped prep team reach state football playoffs as a senior . . . member of prep basketball team that won Class 4A state title as a senior.

2008 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.

2010 - - Saw action in 10 games, recording one reception for 17 yards . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, recording one reception for 17 yards as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, but had no statistics.

Personal - - Born 2/02/90 . . . pre-business major . . . parents are Kelly and John Derby . . . father was a four-year letterman (1988-91) as an Iowa linebacker . . . one of five players from Iowa City on the Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as WR Jay Chelf, OL James Ferentz and TE Steve Ferentz . . . high school coach was Dan Sabers.

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High school honors - - Earned all-conference honors as a senior . . . Career - - served as team captain as a senior as team won state football title . . . earned three letters as quarterback and safety . . . also earned two letters in baseball and three in basketball. Personal - - Born 3/29/89 in Olympia, Washington . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Shari and Ed Donatell . . . his father, Ed, is defensive secondary coach with NFL’s San Francisco 49’ers . . . high school coach was Coach Armstrong.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackles for Loss: ___________

7 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 7 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 1 vs. Michigan State, 10/30/10 1 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA _______ DNP Iowa State ________ DNP Arizona __________ DNP at Penn State______ DNP Ark. State _________ DNP Michigan _________ DNP at Wisconsin ______ DNP at Mich. State _____ DNP Indiana __________ DNP N’western ________ DNP at Ohio State ______ DNP Minnesota ________ DNP GA Tech (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 0-0

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________0-0 IA State ____________1-0 at Arizona __________0-0 Ball State ___________1-0 Penn State __________0-0 at Michigan _________1-0 Wisconsin __________0-0 Mich. State _________0-1 at Indiana __________0-0 at N’western ________0-0 Ohio State __________0-0 at Minnesota ________0-0 Missouri (n) _________0-0 Totals _____________0-0

2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________2-0 at IA State ___________1-0 Pitt ________________1-0 ULM _______________0-0 at PSU ______________0-0 N’western ___________7-0 Indiana _____________6-0 at Minn. ___________DNP Michigan ___________0-0 Mich. State _________DNP at Purdue __________DNP at Nebraska ________DNP Oklahoma (n) ________0-0 Totals ____________ 17-0

and all-region as a sophomore . . . named Count on Me Player of the Year, team MVP and Hawk of the Year as a senior . . . ranked No. 10 Michigan Blue Chip Player by Detroit News . . . nominated for Mr. Football and Detroit Athletic Club Michigan High School Athlete of the Year . . . team offensive Player of the Year as a junior . . . Career - - started at wide receiver and defensive end as a senior . . . holds school records for receptions, receiving yards, touchdown receptions, average per reception, all-purpose yards and all-purpose yards per game . . . ranks second in career TD receptions . . . three-year football letterman as tight end, wide receiver, defensive end and safety . . . 38 receptions for 629 yards and four touchdowns as senior, along with 34 rushing attempts for 173 yards . . . also used on punt and kickoff returns, with one kickoff return touchdown . . . 37 receptions for 535 yards and six touchdowns as a junior . . . gained 271 yards on 16 receptions and had two TDs as a sophomore . . . team captain as junior and senior . . . lettered three years in basketball and one year in baseball. Personal - - Born 1/17/93 . . . science major . . . Honor Roll and Scholar Athlete for four years . . . parents are Laura Duzey and the late Greg Duzey . . . high school coach was Josh Heppner.

53 - - **James Ferentz (FAIR-ints) Offensive Lineman 6-2, 284, Senior Iowa City, Iowa (City HS) Hawk-Item - - One of five seniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of five juniors named to 2011 Leadership Group.

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Junior ______ 3 ____ 1_____ 4 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Senior _____ 17 ____ 0_____ 17 ____ 1/1 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Career _____ 20____ 1_____21 ____ 1/1 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______0 _____0 ____0

78 - - Andrew Donnal (duh-NELL) Offensive Line 6-7, 302, Sophomore Monclova, Ohio (Anthony Wayne HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team left tackle following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Participated in Army All-American Bowl and selected to team USA vs. World All-Stars in conjunction with Super Bowl . . . named first team all-Ohio Division I offensive lineman by the Associated Press . . . first team all-district and all-Northern Lakes League offensive tackle . . . District Lineman of the Year . . . named to all-Toledo Blade team and Ohio High Magazine first team offensive line . . . 2009 Buckeye Bluechip honoree by Touchdown Club of Columbus . . . was also first team all-conference as a junior, second team all-District and special mention all-state . . . earned second team all-conference honors as a sophomore . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters as offensive and defensive lineman . . . team captain as senior while helping team post 7-3 overall record . . . also lettered three years as basketball center and in track while competing in the shot put and discus. Personal - - Born 3/3/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . named to all-Northern Lakes League Academic Team . . . parents are Susie and Ron Donnal . . . high school coach was Craig Smith.

2012 Preseason Honors - - Named to Rimington Trophy preseason Watch List for second straight season . . . third team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - listed as first team center following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media . . . 2011 Preseason Honors - - named to Rimington Trophy preseason Watch List . . . 2011 - - started at center in all 13 games . . . started at center in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . started at center and played every offensive down in triple-overtime loss . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . started at center in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense and allowed no QB sacks . . . started at center in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 2416 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . started at center and played every offensive down in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 Honors - - Coaches Appreciation Award, Offense . . . 2010 - - Listed as co-first team center following spring practice . . . started at center in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . started at center in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . started at center in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . started at center in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 18-13 win at Indiana as offense gained 445 yards total offense . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . started at center and played every offensive down in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Saw first action of career in 35-3 win at Iowa State as offense gained 426 yards total offense. 2008 - - Redshirted. Hawk-Item - - Named to 2008 Leadership Council.

87 - - Jake Duzey (DEW-zee) Tight End 6-4, 235, Redshirt Freshman Troy, Mich. (Athens HS) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named to Rivals.com all-state Dream Team as a senior . . . first team all-state, all-conference, all-region and all-area as a senior . . . first team all-conference and all-area and second team all-region as a junior . . . second team all-area

High school honors - - First team all-state as a junior and senior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore . . . Career - played both offense and defense throughout career . . . team captain . . . helped prep team advance to state playoffs in three straight seasons . . . lettered four times in wrestling . . . served as wrestling team captain as a senior . . . completed senior wrestling season with two losses, both to eventual state champion . . . second in state wrestling tournament as a senior. Personal - - Born 6/5/89 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Mary and Kirk Ferentz . . . father Kirk Ferentz is Iowa’s head football coach . . . one of five players from Iowa City on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as WR Jay Chelf, TE Zach Derby and TE Steve Ferentz . . . high school coach was Dan Sabers.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 86 - - **C.J. Fiedorowicz (feh-DOR-uh-wits) Tight End 6-7, 265, Junior Johnsburg, Ill. (Johnsburg HS) Hawk-Item - - One of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010. 2012 Preseason Honors - - Third team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team tight end following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in all 13 games, with five starts . . . recorded 16 catches for 167 yards and three touchdowns . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, collecting first career reception for 24 yards . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, with one pass reception for eight yards as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . one reception for 21 yards at Minnesota . . . earned first career start in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . one reception for nine yards vs. Wolverines to set up Iowa touchdown at the 1-yard line . . . started at tight end in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . two receptions for 10 yards vs. MSU, including 8-yard scoring reception for first career touchdown . . . started at tight end in 3121 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . career-best three receptions for 31 yards at Purdue, including 5-yard scoring reception in first quarter for second career touchdown . . . started at tight end in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . three receptions for 41 yards at Nebraska . . . started at tight end in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma . . . collected four catches for 23 yards and one touchdown, scoring on five-yard reception in fourth quarter. 2010 - - Saw action in all 13 games . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, recording one KO ruturn for four yards . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle on special teams . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, recording one assisted tackle on special teams. High school honors - - Participated in Army All-American Bowl, named USA Today allAmerican and ranked in ESPN’s Top 150 . . . first team all-state by Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune and Champaign News Gazette . . . first team Class 4-A all-state as a senior and sophomore . . . earned first team all-conference honors for three straight seasons and was league Player of the Year as a senior . . . Career - - earned four varsity letters in football, playing tight end, wide receiver, running back, quarterback, linebacker, defensive end and free safety . . . also used as long snapper . . . returned punts and kickoffs . . . team captain as a senior . . . career totals include 183 receptions for 3,121 yards (17.1 average) and 42 touchdowns, all school records that rank among top 10 in Illinois state history . . . 44 receptions for 921 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior . . . gained 809 yards on 49 receptions and 11 touchdowns as a junior . . . had 64 catches for 1,043 yards and 11 scores as a sophomore . . . 26 catches for 348 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman . . . four-year letterman in basketball and earned two letters in baseball and track . . . holds school career scoring record in basketball with over 1,400 points. Personal - - Born 10/22/91 . . . given name is Colton John . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Leeann and Gary Fiedorowicz . . . high school coach was Barry Creviston.

Career Receiving Bests Number: _________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

4 vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 41 at Nebraska, 11/25/11 1, three times, last vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 24, twice, last at Nebraska, 11/25/11

Career KO Return Bests Number: _________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

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1 at Indiana, 11/06/10 4 at Indiana, 11/06/10 None 4 at Indiana, 11/06/10

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2010 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng E. Illinois _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - IA State ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ball State _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Penn State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Wisconsin ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at N’western __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ohio State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Missouri (n) ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - -

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng E. Illinois _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - IA State _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ball State ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Penn State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Wisconsin _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana______ 1_____ 4 ____ 0 _____4 at N’western ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ohio State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Missouri (n) ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 1_____ 4 ____0 _____4

2011 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 1 ____ 24 ____ 0 ____ 24 Pitt __________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM _________ 1 _____ 8 ____ 0 _____ 8 at PSU _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 1 ____ 21 ____ 0 ____ 21 Michigan _____ 1 _____ 9 ____ 0 _____ 9 Mich. State ___ 2 ____ 10 ____ 1 _____ 8 at Purdue ____ 3 ____ 31 ____ 1 ____ 13 at Nebraska ___ 3 ____ 41 ____ 0 ____ 24 Oklahoma (n) _ 4 ____ 23 ____ 1 _____ 9 Totals _______16 ___167 ___ 3 ____24

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt ___________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 0_____ 0 ____0 ___ - - -

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 16 __________ 167 ________ 10.4 __________3 ___________24 Career ____________ 16 __________167 ________ 10.4 __________3 __________ 24 KO Returns_______ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 1____________ 4 __________ 4.0___________0 ____________4 Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Career ____________ 1____________ 4 __________ 4.0 __________0 ____________4

36 - - Cole Fisher Outside Linebacker 6-2, 218, Redshirt Freshman Omaha, Neb. (Millard North HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team outside linebacker following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Was an all-class first team super state selection and a two-time Class A first team all-state honoree . . . twice named first team all-conference . . . Career - - collected 246 tackles and three interceptions during his three-year prep career, playing running back and free safety . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . led team to 2010 state championship, finishing with an 11-2 record . . . also guided team to 2009 state playoffs . . . recorded 62 tackles as a sophomore . . . had 90 tackles and one interception as a junior . . . finished with 94 tackles, three interceptions and scored one touchdown as a senior . . . earned varsity letters in football (4) and basketball (1). Personal - - Born 8/12/92 . . . civil engineering major . . . earned four academic letters . . . parents are Cathy and Todd Fisher . . . high school coach was Fred Petito.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 50 - - Palmer Foster Outside Linebacker 6-3, 210, Sophomore Davenport, Iowa (Assumption HS) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see any game action. 2010 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned third team all-conference honors as a senior . . . Career - - earned two letters in football as defensive back and wide receiver . . . also earned four letters in track and one in wrestling . . . helped football team earn three straight trips to state playoffs . . . recorded 40 tackles as a senior, with two interceptions and a forced fumble. Personal - - Born 9/1/91 in Northbrook, IL . . . leisure studies major . . . Honor Roll student . . . academic all-conference . . . Young Journalist . . . named in Quad City Times Salute to Academics . . . parents are Susan and Jim Foster . . . his father, Jim, ran track at Iowa and grandfather, Pat, played football at Iowa . . . high school coach was Wade King.

99 - - Joe Gaglione (GAG-lee-own) Defensive Line 6-4, 264, Senior Novelty, Ohio (Lake Catholic HS) 2012 - - Listed as first team defensive end following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 10 games, recording two solo tackles and five assists, including 1.5 tackles for loss . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle and one assist as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one solo tackle and one assist . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording one assisted tackle for minus two yards . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. 2010 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice . . . saw only action of the season in 35-7 win over Iowa State, but had no statistics. 2009 - - Did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named Division III Defensive Player of the Year by the Lake County Touchdown Club . . . named Lake/Geauga County Defensive Player of the Year by the Cleveland Touchdown Club Charities, Inc. . . . News-Herald High School Football All-Star selection . . . Division III and IV all-Ohio pick as a senior . . . district all-star and Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-district as a senior . . . second team all-district, all-league and all-county as a junior . . . Career - - collected 213 career tackles, 34 sacks (22 as a senior), three fumble recoveries, one blocked kick, 20 tackles for loss, one defensive touchdown and 39 quarterback hurries in two-year career. Personal - - Born 1/16/90 . . . sociology major . . . third team academic honors . . . parents are Janet and Frank Gaglione . . . high school coach was Mike Bell.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackle for Loss: ____________

2, twice, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 1, twice, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 1, five times, last vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 0.5 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois _________ DNP IA State ___________ 0-0 at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State _________ DNP Penn State ________ DNP at Michigan _______ DNP Wisconsin ________ DNP Mich. State _______ DNP at Indiana ________ DNP at N’western ______ DNP Ohio State ________ DNP at Minnesota ______ DNP Missouri (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 0-0

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________0-1 at IA State __________0-0 Pitt _______________DNP ULM _______________1-1 at PSU _____________0-0 N’western __________1-1 Indiana ____________0-1 at Minn. ____________0-0 Michigan __________DNP Mich. State _________0-1 at Purdue __________DNP at Nebraska _________0-0 Oklahoma (n) _______0-0 Totals _____________2-5

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Sophomore __ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Junior ______ 2 ____ 5_____ 7 _____ .5/2 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Career ______ 2 _____ 5 _____ 7 _____.5/2 ____ 0/0 ______ 0-0 _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0

57 - - Tommy Gaul Offensive Line 6-3, 264, Sophomore Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling Catholic HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team center following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state and all-conference honors as a senior and selected to compete in Iowa Shrine Bowl . . . honorable mention all-conference as a junior . . . team captain as a senior . . . Career - - recorded 69 tackles as a senior, including 18 tackles for loss . . . as a junior had 41 tackles, including eight tackles for loss, along with one fumble recovery and a touchdown . . . collected 27 tackles as a sophomore, including two tackles for loss and two QB sacks . . . helped prep team reach state semi-finals as a senior and quarterfinals as a junior, posting 21-4 record in two seasons . . . earned three letters in football as offensive and defensive lineman . . . also earned three letters in baseball and basketball. Personal - - Born 7/12/91 . . . economics major . . . winner of Bernie Saggau Award . . . received Academic Letter, Academic Medal and Aquinas Key . . . member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Elaine and Ted Gaul . . .. . . high school coach was Tom Wilson.

47 - - Dakota Getz Linebacker 6-4, 235, Junior Macon, Ill. (Meridian HS) Hawk-Item - - Injured on first play of game at Iowa State (game two) and missed remainder of the season . . . moved from tight end to linebacker in fall, 2010 . . . did not participate in spring practice due to injury. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech due to injury . . . played on kickoff team on first play of triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but suffered knee injury on the play and missed the remainder of the season. 2010 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice . . . saw action in three games . . . did not see action in 37-7 win over Eastern Illinois . . . did not see action in 35-7 win over Iowa State . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . did not see action in 45-0 win over Ball State . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin due to injury . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State due to injury . . .

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana due to injury . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern due to injury . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State due to injury . . . returned to action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, but had no statistics. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Macon County Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-state as a senior . . . Okaw Valley first team defensive back as a junior and first team quarterback as a senior . . . Okaw Valley second team quarterback as a junior and first team linebacker as a senior . . . Career - - totaled five receptions for 104 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman . . . rushed for 3,195 yards and 40 touchdowns on 429 carries . . . completed 288-457 passes for 4,011 yards and 40 touchdowns . . . also registered 142 tackles with 14 interceptions, on defense . . . team captain as a junior and senior… also lettered in basketball, where he was team captain as a junior and senior. Personal - - Born 7/1/91 . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Misty and Jim Getz and Dawn and Dave Pecha . . . high school coach was Eric Hurelbrink.

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Career ______ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______0 _____0 ____0

92 - - **Jonathan Gimm (GIM) Fullback 6-3, 240, Senior Houston, Texas (Westfield HS) Hawk-Item - - Moved to fullback on permanent basis in spring, 2011. 2012 - - Listed as co-second team fullback following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 12 games, with one reception for five yards . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . earned first career start in triple overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe due to injury . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, recording first pass reception of career for five yards . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics.

Personal - - Born 10/7/89 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Julie and Les Richardson . . . high school coach was Corby Meekins.

Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

1 at Penn State, 10/08/11 5 at Penn State, 10/08/11 None 5 at Penn State, 10/08/11

Game-By-Game Stats Rushing 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt __________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM _________Inj. __________________ at PSU _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - -

Receiving 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt ___________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM __________Inj. at PSU ________ 1_____ 5 ____ 0 _____5 N’western _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 1_____ 5 ____0 _____5

Career Statistics Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Junior ____________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Career ____________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Junior ____________ 1____________ 5 __________ 5.0___________0 ____________5 Career ____________ 1____________ 5 __________ 5.0 __________0 ____________5

9 - - Blake Haluska Wide Receiver 6-4, 210, Sophomore Carroll, Iowa (Carroll HS) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see any game action. 2010 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.

2010 - - Saw action in six games, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifthranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana due to injury . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern due to injury . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, but had no statistics. 2009 - - Saw action in 12 games, primarily on special teams . . . saw action in 35-3 win at Iowa State as offense gained 426 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-17 win over Arizona but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-10 win at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 24-21 win over Arkansas State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 30-28 win over Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 20-10 win at Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 15-13 win at Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 42-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 480 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 17-10 loss to Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 12-0 win over Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech, but had no statistics. 2008 Honors - - Team Leader Award, offense . . . 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - First team all-region and all-district as a senior . . . first team alldistrict as a junior . . . Career - - caught 28 passes and scored three touchdowns . . . led team to 13-1 record and regional championship as a junior . . . team was 10-3 his senior season, advancing to regional final appearance.

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High school honors - - Earned all-state recognition as a senior . . . Career - - led team to Class 3-A state semi-finals as a senior . . . career passing totals include 6,087 yards and 56 touchdown passes in three seasons . . . passed for 2,298 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior, with seven interceptions . . . also rushed for 746 yards and 11 touchdowns . . . completed 60.7% of his pass attempts as a junior, throwing for 2,385 yards and 26 touchdowns, with eight interceptions . . . led team to 11-1 record as a junior, including first state playoff win in school history . . . team won back-to-back district titles . . . also competed in basketball and track and field . . . named to all-tournament team at state basketball tournament as a junior as team placed third . . . helped prep team return to state tournament as a senior before quarter-final loss. Personal - - Born 7/20/91 . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Kim and Steve Haluska. . . older brother Adam played basketball at Iowa, leading the Big Ten in scoring as a senior in 2007 . . . older brother Sean played basketball at Iowa State . . . high school coach was Dennis McCartan.

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - -


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 82 - - *Ray Hamilton Tight End 6-5, 248, Sophomore Strongsville, Ohio (Strongsville HS) Hawk Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as co-second team tight end following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 10 games, recording one reception for 15 yards . . . saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one reception for 15 yards . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl due to injury. High school honors - - DVT Sports High School and U.S. Air Force All-American . . . nominated for the US Army All-American Bowl/Under Armor All-American game . . . participated in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C . . . preseason All-American by The Sporting News . . . named Post Newspaper 2010 Player of the Year . . . first team all-state as a senior . . . third team all-state as a junior . . . three time Sun Newspaper all-area team and threetime first team all-conference selection . . . named to the Cleveland Plain Dealer all-Northwest Ohio team . . . Career - - had 119 career receptions for 1,189 yards and 23 touchdowns . . . averaged 15.2 yards per catch . . . had 55 receptions for 887 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior . . . had 22 receptions as a sophomore and 20 as a junior before missing part of season due to injury . . . team captain as a senior . . . led team to conference title and state regional semifinal in 2008 . . . four year letterman in both football and basketball. Personal - - 10/28/92 . . . communication studies major . . . three-time academic all-conference selection in both football and basketball . . . parents are Liz and Tom Hamilton . . . high school coach was Russ Jacques.

Career Receiving Bests Number: _________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

1 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 15 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 None 15 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 1___________ 15 _________ 15.0 __________0 ___________15

98 - - Mike Hardy Defensive Line 6-5, 270, Sophomore Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly HS) 2012 - - Listed as third team defensive tackle following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in two games, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior . . . was WFCA state Defensive Player of the Year and Fox Valley Association Defensive Lineman of the Year . . . earned Tim Krumrie Award . . . earned first team all-conference honors as a junior and senior . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters as defensive end and was team captain as a senior . . . collected 20 solo tackles and 64 assists as a senior, including eight QB sacks and two forced fumbles . . . recorded 10 tackles for loss and six QB sacks as a junior, with one punt block and a forced fumble . . . helped prep team post three-year mark of 40-2, including perfect 14-0 seasons as a sophomore and junior . . . team won state titles his sophomore and juniors seasons before falling in championship game as a senior . . . also earned three letters in track and two in basketball . . . won individual state championship in discus as a junior.

Personal - - Born 3/8/92 . . . sport studies major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Brenda and Steve Hardy . . . high school coach was Steve Jorgensen.

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___ In-Yd. ___ PBU ___ RF __ Blk Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0

17 - - Jacob Hillyer (HILL-yir) Wide Receiver 6-4, 195, Redshirt Freshman Somerset, TX (Somerset HS) 2011 - - Redshirted. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. High school honors - - First team all-state selection as a senior . . . named first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . second team all-conference as a sophomore . . . Career - - completed prep career with 180 receptions for 2,879 yards and 27 touchdowns . . . holds Somerset HS career records in all three categories . . . ranks second all-time in San Antonio area in career receiving yards and catches . . . led team to state quarterfinals in 2010 and bi-districts in 2008 . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . recorded 87 catches for 1,647 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior . . . had 72 catches for 1,024 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior . . . had 16 catches for 208 yards and one touchdown as a sophomore . . . earned letters in football, basketball and track . . . member of 4x400-meter relay team that holds school record with a time of 4:27.20 . . . ran third leg in 50.57. Personal - - Born 12/17/91 . . . pre-business major . . . parents are Jeanna and Lee-Roy Hillyer . . . high school coach was Sonny Detmer.

31 - - **Anthony Hitchens Linebacker 6-1, 224, Junior Lorain, Ohio (Clearview HS) Hawk-Item - - One of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010, playing both defensive back and linebacker. 2012 - - Listed as first team weakside linebacker following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in eight games, recording 14 solo tackles, 11 assists and one recovered fumble . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording seven assisted tackles . . . saw action in tripleovertime loss at Iowa State, recording two solo tackles and two assists . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . recorded six solo tackles and one assist vs. Pitt . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State due to injury . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern due to injury . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana due to injury . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan due to injury . . . returned to action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics in limited playing time . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . recorded three solo tackles and recovered fumble on Purdue KO return, the first of his career . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording two solo tackles and one assist as the Iowa defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 - - Saw action in 10 games, recording one solo tackle and eight assists . . . saw first action of career in 45-0 win over Ball State as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . recorded two assisted tackles vs. Ball State . . . saw action on special teams in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, recording two assisted tackles as defense allowed just 91 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, recording one solo tackle and one assist. High school honors - - Named first team all-state, all-county and all-conference as a junior and senior . . . earned Lorain County Golden Helmet Award . . . named area Player of the Year by Lorain Morning Journal . . . Career - - earned four varsity letters as a linebacker, running back, kick returner and punt returner . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . holds school records for points in a season and career and most career yards . . . collected 154 career tackles, including 12 QB sacks . . . recorded five interceptions, forced six fumbles, recovered six fumbles and scored four defensive touchdowns . . . collected 76 tackles and eight QB sacks as a junior . . . had 76 tackles, with three QB sacks, as a senior . . . also had 3,864 career

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES rushing yards and 52 touchdowns on 519 rushing attempts . . . collected 16 career pass receptions for 213 yards and four touchdowns . . . scored two touchdowns on kickoff returns . . . led high school team to a 10-1 record and a state championship as a junior . . . also lettered in basketball and track. Personal - - Born 6/10/92 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . Merit and Honor Roll member . . . parents are Norma and Anthony Hitchens . . . high school coach was Mike Collier.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Recovered Fumble: _________

7, twice, last vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 6 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 7 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 1 at Purdue, 11/19/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois _________ DNP IA State __________ DNP at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State __________ 0-2 Penn State _________ 0-0 at Michigan ________ 0-1 Wisconsin _________ 0-0 Mich. State ________ 0-1 at Indiana _________ 0-2 at N’western _______ 0-0 Ohio State _________ 0-1 at Minnesota _______ 0-0 Missouri (n) ________ 1-1 Totals ____________ 1-8

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________0-7 at IA State __________2-2 Pitt ________________6-1 ULM _______________1-0 at PSU _____________ Inj. N’western __________ Inj. Indiana ____________ Inj. at Minn. ____________ Inj. Michigan ___________ Inj. Mich. State _________0-0 at Purdue ___________3-0 at Nebraska _________0-0 Oklahoma (n) _______2-1 Totals __________ 14-11

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___ In-Yd. ___ PBU ___ RF __ Blk Freshman ___ 1 ____ 8_____ 9 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore _ 14 ____ 11 ____ 25 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____1 ____0 Career _____ 15____ 19 ____34 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______0 _____1 ____0

18 - - ***Micah Hyde (MY-kuh) Defensive Back 6-1, 190, Senior Fostoria, Ohio (Fostoria HS) Hawk-Items - - Moved from cornerback to free safety during 2011 spring practice and played both positions in 2011 . . . holds eighth and 10th longest interception returns in school history . . . had 72-yard touchdown return vs. Missouri and 66-yard touchdown return vs. Michigan State, both in 2010 . . . one of five seniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of five juniors named to 2011 Leadership Group . . . one of three true freshmen to see action in 2009. 2012 Preseason Honors - - First team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team right cornerback following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - First team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness . . . second team all-Big Ten by league media and honorable mention by league coaches . . . third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele . . . earned honorable mention recognition from College Football Performance Awards for his play in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh and 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . 2011 Preseason Honors - - named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Defensive Back Trophy . . . second team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . third team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports . . . 2011 - - started first two games at free safety and final 11 games at cornerback . . . recorded 49 solo tackles and 23 assists . . . shared team lead with three interceptions and eight pass break-ups, and also recovered one fumble . . . led team with 8.2 average on 13 punt returns . . . tied for first in the Big Ten in passes defended (11) and tied for eighth in interceptions (three) in 2011 . . . started at free safety in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one solo tackle and two assists . . . started at free safety in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . recorded six solo tackles and one assist at ISU, along with two pass break-ups . . . started at cornerback in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh after starting at free safety in first two games . . . recorded nine solo tackles, one assist and two pass interceptions vs. Pitt, with second interception coming in final two minutes to stop Pitt’s final possession . . . started at cornerback in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . recorded three solo tackles and two assists vs. ULM, including a shared tackle for loss . . . also had two punt returns for 43 yards, with a best of 30 yards to set up a short touchdown drive . . . started at cornerback in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . recorded eight tackles at PSU, including three solo stops, a career-high five assists and one tackle for loss . . . had third interception of the season in the endzone third quarter, stopping a PSU drive in the red zone, and also had two pass break-ups . . . started at cornerback in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . recorded six solo tackles and three assists vs. Northwestern, along with two pass break-ups . . . started at cornerback in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one assisted tackle . . . started at cornerback in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle and one assist . . . started at cornerback in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as

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defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . recorded four solo tackles vs. Wolverines and had two punt returns for 28 yards . . . started at cornerback in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . recorded five solo tackles, two assists and a pass break-up vs. MSU . . . also had one punt return for eight yards . . . started at cornerback in 31-21 win at Purdue as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . recorded four solo tackles and one assist at Purdue . . . started at cornerback in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . recorded five solo tackles and two assists at Nebraska, along with one caused fumble . . . also had two punt returns for 18 yards . . . started at cornerback in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording two solo tackles, two assists and a pass break-up as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 Honors - - Defensive Player of the Game in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media . . . honorable mention defensive back Performer of the Week vs Michigan State by College Football Performance Awards . . . 2010 - - started all 13 games at cornerback, recording 58 solo tackles and 24 assists to rank second on team with 82 tackles . . . second on team with four interceptions and led team with seven pass break-ups . . . tied for fourth in the Big Ten in interceptions and pass break-ups and ranked 19th in tackles per game . . . started at cornerback in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as defense allowed just 157 yards total offense . . . recorded four solo tackles, one assist and one pass break-up in opening win . . . started at cornerback in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording two solo tackles and an assist . . . started at cornerback in 34-27 loss at Arizona, recording two solo tackles, two assists and one pass break-up . . . started at cornerback in 45-0 win over Ball State as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . recorded first career pass interception vs. Ball State and added a forced fumble that led to Iowa touchdown . . . also recorded two solo tackles and a pass break-up . . . started at cornerback in 24-3 win over Penn State as defense allowed just 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense . . . recorded three solo tackles and two assists vs. Penn State to match career-best five tackles, plus one pass break-up . . . started at cornerback in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . recorded career-best eight tackles, including five solo stops . . . also had interception and four yard return at Michigan . . . started at cornerback in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, recording three solo stops and career-high four assists . . . started at cornerback in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . recorded five tackles and one pass break-up vs. MSU . . . had 66 yard return for first career touchdown, after taking pitch from Tyler Sash after Sash had made interception . . . started at cornerback in 18-13 win at Indiana as defense allowed just 91 net rushing yards . . . recorded career bests with 10 tackles and two pass break-ups vs. Hoosiers, including nine solo stops . . . started at cornerback in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . careerhigh 12 tackles vs. Wildcats, including 10 solo stops . . . started at cornerback in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . nine tackles vs. OSU, including five solol stops and four assists . . . also had pass interception in end zone to stop potential scoring drive in second quarter . . . started at cornerback in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording five solo tackles and one assist . . . started at cornerback in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, earning Defensive Player of the Game honors . . . recorded four solo tackles and two assists, along with changing outcome of the contest with 72-yard interception return for a score with 5:32 remaining to give Iowa 27-24 advantage. 2009 - - Played in all 13 games, recording four solo tackles and four assists . . . saw first action of career in 17-16 win over Northern Iowa, recording one assisted tackle on special teams . . . saw action at cornerback in 35-3 win at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-17 win over Arizona, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 253 yards total offense . . . saw action in 21-10 win at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-21 win over Arkansas State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 30-28 win over Michigan, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 20-10 win at Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 15-13 win at Michigan State, recording one solo tackle and one assist . . . saw action in 42-24 win over Indiana, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 17-10 loss to Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 12-0 win over Minnesota, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech, but had no statistics. High school honors - - Ohio Division IV Offensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . NW Ohio Offensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-state quarterback as a senior . . . three-time all-NW Ohio selection, including first team as a junior and senior . . . earned six allconference honors as quarterback, defensive back and place kicker . . . first team quarterback as a sophomore, first team defensive back, quarterback and place kicker as a junior, and first team defensive back and quarterback as a senior . . . Career - - totaled 165 tackles, eight interceptions and seven passes defended at cornerback . . . also had 549 rushing attempts for 3,443 yards and 46 touchdowns . . . completed 606-997 passes for 7,864 yards and 65 touchdowns . . . connected on 108 PAT’s . . . holds 17 school records . . . team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal - - Born 12/31/90 . . . leisure studies major . . . mother is Pamela Hampton . . . Honor Roll student during every quarter . . . high school coach was Tom Grine, an Iowa football letterman from 1974-76.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackle for Loss: ____________ Interceptions: _____________ Touchdowns: _____________ Forced Fumble: ____________ PBU: _____________________

12 at Northwestern, 11/13/10 10 at Northwestern, 11/13/10 5 at Penn State, 10/08/11 1 at Penn State, 10/09/11 2 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 1, twice, last vs. Missouri, 12/28/10 1, twice, last at Nebraska, 11/25/11 2, four times, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES Career Punt Return Bests Returns: __________________ 2, four times, last at Nebraska, 11/25/11 Yards: ____________________ 43 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 Long: ____________________ 30 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA ________ 0-1 at IA State _________ 0-0 Arizona ___________ 0-0 at Penn State_______ 0-0 Ark. State __________ 0-1 Michigan __________ 2-0 at Wisconsin _______ 0-0 at Mich. State ______ 1-1 Indiana ___________ 0-1 N’western _________ 0-0 at Ohio State _______ 0-0 Minnesota _________ 1-0 GA Tech (n) ________ 0-0 Totals ____________ 4-4

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________4-1 IA State ____________2-1 at Arizona __________2-2 Ball State ___________2-0 Penn State __________3-2 at Michigan _________5-3 Wisconsin __________3-4 Mich. State _________4-1 at Indiana __________9-1 at N’western _______10-2 Ohio State __________5-4 at Minnesota ________5-1 Missouri (n) _________4-2 Totals __________ 58-24

2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________1-2 at IA State ___________6-1 Pitt ________________9-1 ULM _______________3-2 at PSU ______________3-5 N’western ___________6-3 Indiana _____________0-1 at Minn. ____________1-1 Michigan ___________4-0 Mich. State __________5-2 at Purdue ___________4-1 at Nebraska _________5-2 Oklahoma (n) ________2-2 Totals ___________ 49-23

Game-By-Game Punt Return Stats 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 2 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 1 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt __________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM _________ 2 ____ 43 ____ 0 ____ 30 at PSU _______ 1 _____-4 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 1 _____-5 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan _____ 2 ____ 28 ____ 0 ____ 14 Mich. State ___ 1 _____ 8 ____ 0 _____ 8 at Purdue ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ___ 2 ____ 18 ____ 0 ____ 13 Oklahoma (n) _ 1 ____ 18 ____ 0 ____ 18 Totals _______13 ___106 ___ 0 ____30

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ QBH ___ In-Yd. _ PBU __FF Freshman ___ 4 ____ 4_____ 8 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Sophomore _ 58 ____ 24 ____ 82 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0_____ 4-142 ___7 ____1 Junior _____ 49 ____ 23 ____ 72 ___ 1.5/6 ___ 0/0 ______ 0______ 3-0 ____8 ____1 Career _____111 ___ 51 ___ 162___ 1.5/6 ___ 0/0 ______ 0_____7-142 __ 15 ____2 Punt Returns _____ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Junior ____________ 13 __________ 106 _________ 8.2___________0 ___________30 Career ____________ 13 __________106 _________ 8.2 __________0 __________ 30

20 - - **Christian Kirksey (KIRK-see) Linebacker 6-2, 220, Junior St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East HS) Hawk-Item - - Ranked seventh in the Big Ten in tackles per game (8.5) in 2011 . . . one of nine true freshman to see action in 2010. 2012 Preseason Honors - - Fourth team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team outside linebacker following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Honorable mention linebacker of the Week vs. Iowa State by College Football Performance Awards . . . 2011 - - started all 13 games, including first seven at weakside linebacker and final six at outside position . . . recorded 62 solo tackles and 48 assists to share team lead for the season . . . also had five tackles for loss, one QB sack, one interception, three pass break-ups and two forced fumbles . . . started at weakside linebacker in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . recorded career-best 10 tackles in opening game, including six solo stops . . . started at weakside linebacker in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . led team with 13 tackles at ISU, including 11 solo stops . . . also had two tackles for loss, a QB sack and pass break-up, along with first caused and recovered fumble, on the same play . . . started at weakside linebacker in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, while also playing portions of the contest at outside linebacker . . . recorded three solo tackles and five assists vs. Pitt . . . started at weakside linebacker in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . recorded four solo tackles and four assists vs. ULM . . . started at weakside linebacker in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . recorded six solo tackles and

four assists at PSU, along with second forced fumble of the season . . . started at weakside linebacker in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording five solo tackles and four assists . . . started at weakside linebacker in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . led team with 12 tackles in win over Hoosiers, including seven solo stops, and also had one pass break-up . . . started at outside linebacker in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . recorded six tackles at Minnesota, including three solo stops and one tackle for loss . . . started at outside linebacker in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . recorded five tackles vs. Wolverines, including two solo stops . . . also had first career interception, stopping a Michigan drive in the red zone . . . started at outside linebacker in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . recorded team-high nine tackles vs. MSU, including five solo stops and one tackle for loss . . . started at outside linebacker in 31-21 win at Purdue, recording one solo tackle, two asissts and a pass break-up as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . started at outside linebacker in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, recording three solo tackles and career-best seven assists . . . started at outside linebacker in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording six solo stops, one assist and one tackle for loss as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 - - Saw action in 11 games, recording six assisted tackles . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 91 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over 12th-ranked Missouri due to injury. High school honors - - Named Missouri all-American while earning first team all-state honors as a senior . . . was first team all-conference as a senior after earning honorable mention recognition as a junior . . . earned second team all-Metro honors in St. Louis area . . . Career - - two-year letterman as linebacker and fullback . . . collected 163 tackles as a senior, with nine tackles for loss, three QB sacks, two interceptions and one touchdown . . . recorded 89 tackles as a junior, with three tackles for loss, one interception and a QB sack . . . team captain as a senior . . . team won state championship in junior season and returned to playoffs the following year . . . also lettered in track, helping team win state championship as a junior. Personal - - Born 8/31/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Patrice and Elmer Kirksey . . . one of three players from St. Louis on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as WR Don Shumpert . . . high school coach was Mike Jones.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solo: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Interception: ______________ Caused Fumble: ___________ Recovered Fumble: _________ Tackles for loss: ____________ QB Sack: _________________ Pass Break-up: _____________

13 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 11 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 7 at Nebraska, 11/25/11 1 vs. Michigan, 11/05/11 1, twice, last at Penn State, 10/08/11 1 at Iowa State, 8/10/11 2 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 1 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 1, three times, last at Purdue, 11/19/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois __________ 0-1 IA State ___________ 0-0 ar Arizona _________ 0-0 Ball State __________ 0-1 Penn State ________ DNP at Michigan ________ 0-1 Wisconsin _________ 0-1 Mich. State ________ 0-0 at Indiana _________ 0-1 at N’western _______ 0-0 Ohio State _________ 0-1 at Minnesota _______ 0-0 Missouri (n) ________ Inj. Totals ____________ 0-6

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________6-4 at IA State _________11-2 Pitt ________________3-5 ULM _______________4-4 at PSU _____________6-4 N’western __________5-4 Indiana ____________7-5 at Minn. ____________3-3 Michigan ___________2-3 Mich. State _________5-4 at Purdue ___________1-2 at Nebraska _________3-7 Oklahoma (n) _______6-1 Totals __________ 62-48

Career Statistics Defense ___ Solo _ Ast. _ Total _ T/Loss _ Sacks ___ QBH __In-Yd. PBU _ FF _ RF Freshman ___ 0____ 6_____ 6 _____ 0/0 ____0/0 _____ 0_____ 0-0 ____0 ___ 0 ___0 Sophomore __ 62 ___ 48 ___ 110 ___ 5/12 ____1/3 _____ 0_____ 1-5 ____3 ___ 2 ___1 Career ______ 62 ___ 54 ___ 116 ___ 5/12 ____1/3 _____ 0_____1-5____3 ___2 ___1

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 1 - - Marshall Koehn (CONE)

61 - - *Casey Kreiter

Kicker 6-0, 160, Redshirt Freshman Solon, Iowa (Solon HS)

Long Snapper 6-3, 250, Junior DeWitt, Iowa (Central HS)

2012 - - Listed as second team placekicker following spring practice.

Hawk-Item - - One of four juniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of four sophomores named to 2011 Leadership Group.

2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named first team all-state as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior . . . first team allconference as a junior and senior . . . Career - - member of prep football team that won four straight state titles, helping team compile 41-1 record his last three seasons . . . played wide receiver and defensive back in addition to handling all kicking duties . . . made 49-56 PATs and 13-18 field goals, with a long of 48 yards, as a senior . . . averaged 37.8 yards per punt and had 45 touchbacks on 82 kicks . . . had 22 receptions for 298 yards and two touchdowns as a senior, while collecting 47 tackles and seven interceptions on defense . . . connected on 91-100 PATs and 2-3 field goals as a junior, along with 16 tackles on defense . . . made 21-25 PATs and 2-3 field goals as a sophomore . . . football team captain as a senior . . . also played baseball, earning all-state honors (second base) while helping prep team win baseball state titles as a junior and senior . . . holds state single-season record with 30 doubles as a junior . . . earned three varsity letters in football, four-year letterman in baseball and soccer and two-year wrestling letterman. Personal - - Born 8/29/92 . . . communication studies major . . . one of three players from Solon on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as LB James Morris and DB Collin Sleeper . . . parents are Theresa and Jay Koehn . . . high school coach was Kevin Miller.

69 - - Ryan Kolka Long Snapper 6-0, 208, Redshirt Freshman St. Charles, Ill. (Marmion Academy) 2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Named Daily Herald Player of the Week during senior season . . . earned two varsity letters, handling long snaps, in addition to playing tight end, linebacker and fullback . . . Career - - helped prep team finish second in the state as a senior, while posting two year record of 21-4 and losing just one conference game in two seasons . . . rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns as a senior and recorded 15 tackles on defense. Personal - - Born 8/28/92 . . . biology/pre-med major . . . Honor Roll student as a prep . . . parents are Linda and James Kolka . . . high school coach was Dan Thorpe.

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2012 - - Listed as first team long snapper following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2011 - - handled all deep snaps in all 13 games . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, recording one solo tackle on punt coverage . . . handled deep snaps for all placements in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Defense . . . 2010 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice . . . saw only action of the season in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, handling long snaps in fourth quarter. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - earned first team all-state honors as a senior and was second team as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . set Iowa prep state record for points in a game . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . Career - - helped prep team post two-year record of 17-4 in final two seasons, making two playoff appearances . . . also competed in wrestling, baseball and track and field . . . earned all-conference honors in wrestling. Personal - - Born 8/13/90 . . . science education major . . . parents are Jenny and Kurt Kreiter . . . high school coach was his father, Kurt Kreiter.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 80 - - Henry Krieger-Coble (KRAG-ir CO-bull) Tight End 6-4, 235, Redshirt Freshman Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Mount Pleasant HS)

Michigan __________ 0-0 Mich. State ________ 1-0 at Purdue _________ 0-1 at Nebraska ________ 0-0 Oklahoma (n) ______ 0-0 Totals ____________ 7-4

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice.

Career Statistics

2011 - - Redshirted.

Defense ___ Solo _ Ast. _ Total _ T/Loss _ Sacks ___ QBH __In-Yd. PBU _ FF _ RF Freshman ___ 7____ 4_____11_____ 0/0 ____0/0 _____ 0_____ 0-0 ____0 ___ 0 ___0

High school honors - - Elite all-state and first team 3A all-state honoree as a senior . . . three-time first team all-district selection . . . Career - - team captain as a senior . . . helped team to 2008 state quarterfinals and to 2010 playoffs . . . finished with an 11-1 overall record as a sophomore . . . was a 2010 team leader as a senior . . . had 27 receptions for 518 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior . . . recorded 108 tackles on defense (57 solo), including three tackles for loss, and had one interception and a recovered fumble . . . had 34 receptions for 491 yards and six touchdowns in five games as a junior . . . recorded 37 tackles (17 solo), defensively . . . had 34 catches for 661 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore . . . recorded 110 tackles (39 solo) and one interception . . . earned three varsity letters in football as wide receiver, tight end and linebacker . . . four-year letterman in basketball and baseball. Personal - - Born 6/12/92 . . . open major . . . academic all-conference honoree as junior and senior . . . parents are Amy Krieger and Mark Coble . . . mother, Amy, played softball at Iowa . . . relatives Jess Settles, Brad Carlson, Emma Krieger-Kittle and Bruce Kittle all competed for the Hawkeyes . . . high school coach was Bob Jensen.

21 - - *Nico Law (NEE-ko) Defensive Back 6-1, 195, Sophomore Clinton, Md. (Bishop McNamara) Hawk-Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as first tteam strong safety following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in all 13 games, recording seven solo tackles and four assists . . . saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . saw action in special teams in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle and two assists as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. High school honors - - First team all-state, first team WCAC all-conference, second team all-metro, Big School second team defense and Catholic All-American third team as a senior . . . second team WCAC all-conference and honorable mention Big School all-state as a junior . . . Career - - led team with 106 tackles as a senior, 31 tackles for loss and four interceptions, while playing both cornerback and safety . . . also scored three touchdowns as wide receiver . . . finished with 67 tackles, four QB sacks and two interceptions as a junior . . . helped team to the playoffs in 2009, finishing with an 8-3 record . . . team captain as a senior . . . lettered in both football and track. Personal - - Born 5/12/93 . . . given name is Nicholas . . . open major . . . member of prep Honor Roll, graduating cum laude . . . parents are Melody and Harry Thornton . . . high school coach was Bryce Bevill.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 3 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 Solo: ____________________ 2 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 Assists: ___________________ 2 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ 1-1 at IA State _________ 1-0 Pitt _______________ 0-0 ULM ______________ 1-2 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 2-0 Indiana ___________ 1-0 at Minn. ___________ 0-0

27 - - *Jordan Lomax (LOW-max) Defensive Back 5-10, 190, Sophomore Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) Hawk-Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as second team left cornerback following spring practice . . . likely to use 2012 as medical redshirt season. 2011 - - Saw action in 11 games, recording four solo tackles and three assists . . . saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording two solo tackles and one assist . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording two assisted tackles . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. High school honors - - Selected for Chesapeake Senior Bowl as a senior . . . named honorable mention all-Metro, second team all-county and first team all-conference as a senior . . . third team all-conference as a junior . . . Career - - played cornerback and contributed on special teams throughout career . . . recorded 52 tackles, six pass break-ups and two interceptions as a senior, with one touchdown . . . recorded 56 tackles, eight pass break-ups, one interception and two fumble recoveries as a junior . . . team captain as a senior . . . helped team advance to state playoffs in last three seasons . . . team won conference title his sophomore year and placed second as junior and senior . . . also lettered in track as sprinter . . . ran opening leg on 4 x 400-meter relay team that claimed national title at 2011 New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City with a time of 3:15.23. Personal - - Born 10/13/93 in Fairfax, Va . . . open major . . . Principle’s List, 2010 and Academic Honors Student with 4.0 GPA . . . parents are Pamela and Earnest Lomax. . . high school coach was Bill McGregor.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 3 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 Solo: ____________________ 2 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 Assists: ___________________ 2 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ 2-1 at IA State ________ DNP Pitt ______________ DNP ULM ______________ 1-0 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 0-2 Indiana ___________ 1-0 at Minn. ___________ 0-0 Michigan __________ 0-0 Mich. State ________ 0-0 at Purdue _________ 0-0 at Nebraska ________ 0-0 Oklahoma (n) ______ 0-0 Totals ____________ 4-3

Career Statistics Defense ___ Solo _ Ast. _ Total _ T/Loss _ Sacks ___ QBH __In-Yd. PBU _ FF _ RF Freshman ___ 4____ 3_____ 7 _____ 0/0 ____0/0 _____ 0_____ 0-0 ____0 ___ 0 ___0

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES - - *John Lowdermilk (LOUD-ir-milk)

19 - - **B.J. Lowery Defensive Back 5-11, 188, Junior Cincinnati, Ohio (Hughes HS)

Defensive Back 6-2, 203, Sophomore Kensington, Ohio (Carrollton HS)

Hawk-Item - - Suffered injury during preseason practice and did not play in first five games of the season . . . one of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010.

Hawk-Item - - One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2011. 2012 - - Listed as second team free safety following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 11 games, recording three solo tackles and one assist . . . saw first action of career in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording one solo tackle. High school honors - - Earned first team all-Ohio, all-state, all-conference, all-district and all-NBC as a senior . . . earned first team all-conference honors as a junior and was second team selection as a sophomore . . . Career - - earned three letters in football while playing quarterback, linebacker and defensive back . . . passed for 1,508 yards and had 853 rushing yards as a senior, while collecting 106 tackles and two interceptions . . . scored 27 touchdowns as a senior and 16 as a junior . . . had 1,231 passing yards and 556 rushing yards as a junior . . . totaled 100 tackles as a junior, with three interceptions . . . as a sophomore recorded 842 passing yards and 410 rushing yards . . . also recorded 48 tackles and four interceptions and scored seven touchdowns . . . also earned four letters as basketball point guard, helping basketball team advance to regionals his last two years . . . holds school record for career passing yards . . . team captain as a senior. Personal - - Born 4/17/92 in Edina, MN . . . open major . . . NBC Scholar Athlete as a junior and senior . . . parents are Kellee and Kirk Lowdermilk . . . high school coach was Dan Detwiler.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 1, four times, last vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 Solo: ____________________ 1, three times, last vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11 Assists: ___________________ 1 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech __________ DNP at IA State ________ DNP Pitt _______________ 0-0 ULM ______________ 0-1 at PSU ____________ 0-0 N’western _________ 0-0 Indiana ___________ 0-0

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. at Minn. ___________ 1-0 Michigan __________ 1-0 Mich. State ________ 0-0 at Purdue _________ 0-0 at Nebraska ________ 0-0 Oklahoma (n) ______ 1-0 Totals ____________ 3-1

Career Statistics Defense ___ Solo _ Ast. _ Total _ T/Loss _ Sacks ___ QBH __In-Yd. PBU _ FF _ RF Freshman ___ 3____ 1_____ 4 _____ 0/0 ____0/0 _____ 0_____ 0-0 ____0 ___ 0 ___0

2012 - - Listed as first team left cornerback following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in eight games, recording 10 solo tackles, one assist and three pass break-ups . . . did not see action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech due to injury . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State due to injury . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh due to injury . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe due to injury . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State due to injury . . . saw first action of the season in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording three solo tackles and two pass break-ups . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . recorded one assisted tackle and one pass break-up vs. Wolverines, with break-up coming on the last play of the game in the Iowa end zone . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statictics as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 - - Saw action in seven games, recording four solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 35-7 win over Iowa State . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over 12th-ranked Missouri, due to injury. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior . . . earned all-City recognition as a junior and senior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . named Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . was second team all-conference as a sophomore . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters as quarterback and defensive back . . . recorded 128.5 tackles as a senior, with four interceptions . . . on offense completed 61-135 passes for 827 yards and five touchdowns and rushed 138 times for 451 yards and five scores . . . collected 49 tackles as a junior, with six interceptions and two returns for touchdowns . . . passed for 695 yards and six touchdowns and rushed for 450 yards and five scores as a junior . . . had 42 tackles and three interceptions as a sophomore, along with 356 yards on kick and punt returns, with four touchdowns . . . team captain as a senior . . . also earned four letters in basketball and baseball. Personal - - Born 8/31/91 . . . open major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Tina Lowery and Fernando Wright . . . high school coach was Dennis Doppes.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ PBU: _____________________

3 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 3 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 1 vs. Michigan State, 10/30/10 2 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois __________ 1-0 IA State __________ DNP at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State __________ 0-0 Penn State ________ DNP at Michigan ________ 0-0 Wisconsin ________ DNP Mich. State ________ 0-1 at Indiana _________ 0-0 at N’western _______ 1-0 Ohio State _________ 1-0 at Minnesota _______ 1-0 Missouri (n) ________ Inj. Totals ____________ 4-1

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________ Inj. at IA State __________ Inj. Pitt ________________ Inj. ULM _______________ Inj. at PSU _____________ Inj. N’western __________2-0 Indiana ____________3-0 at Minn. ____________2-0 Michigan ___________0-1 Mich. State _________2-0 at Purdue ___________0-0 at Nebraska _________1-0 Oklahoma (n) _______0-0 Totals ___________ 10-1

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ In-Yd. ____ PBU ____ FF ____ RF Freshman ___ 4 ____ 1_____ 5 _____ 0/0 ____ 0-0 ______ 0_______ 0 _____0 Sophomore _ 10 ____ 1_____ 11 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 3_______ 0 _____0 Career _____ 14____ 2_____16 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 3_______0 _____0

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 93 - - Nathan Lyman Defensive Line 6-3, 280, Junior Grundy Center, Iowa (Grundy Center HS) Southwest Minnesota State Hawk-Item - - Joined program in 2011 after previously attending Southwest Minnesota State. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. High school honors - - Earned all-state honors as a junior . . . gained all-conference recognition for three straight seasons . . . team captain as a senior . . . Career - - earned four letters in football as offensive and defensive lineman . . . also lettered four years for prep golf team and earned three letters in basketball . . . recorded 65 tackles, including nine QB sacks, and one interception in eight games as a senior . . . collected 70 tackles, eight sacks and two interceptions as a junior . . . recorded 55 tackles and six sacks as a sophomore. Personal - - Born 1/7/92 . . . pre-business major . . . academic all-conference four years and academic all-state as junior and senior . . . parents Stacey and Dave Lyman . . . high school coaches were Brandon Krusey and Bob Munsch.

6 - - *Nolan MacMillan Offensive Line 6-6, 290, Junior Toronto, Ontario (The Hun School (N.J.) 2012 - - Listed as second team right tackle following spring practice. 2011 Preseason Honors - - Third team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2011 - - did not see any game action due to injury. 2010 Honors - - Fourth team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . honorable mention Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team by Rivals.com . . . academic all-Big Ten . . . 2010 - - missed majority of spring practice due to injury . . . started at right guard in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . started at right guard in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . started at right guard in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . started at right guard in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . started at right guard in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . started at right guard in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin due to injury . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State due to injury . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana due to injury . . . saw action at right guard in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota due to injury . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named first team all-MAP as a senior . . . led team to state championships in 2006 and 2007 . . . Career - - originally from Toronto, Ontario before attending prep school in New Jersey as a senior . . . team captain . . . honored as Ontario Scholar and an honor roll student . . . also lettered in swimming and track and field at St. Michael’s College School in Ontario . . . holds conference record in discus. Personal - - Born 12/21/90 . . . philosophy major . . . parents are Janet and Paul MacMillan . . . high school coach was Paul Forbes at St. Michael’s and Dave Dudeck at the Hun School.

11 - - *Kevonte Martin-Manley (KEY-von-tay) Wide Receiver 6-0, 205, Sophomore Pontiac, Mich. (Brother Rice HS)

gained 475 yards total offense . . . collected four receptions for 76 yards and two touchdowns in win over Pitt . . . touchdown receptions covered 25 and 22 yards, both in fourth quarter, for Iowa’s final two scored in comeback win . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . collected career-high six receptions for 82 yards vs. ULM, with a long of 23 yards . . . started as third wide receiver in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . recorded three receptions for 21 yards at PSU . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one reception for six yards . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . started at wide receiver in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . five receptions for 35 yards at Minnesota . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, recording one reception for eight yards on a fourth down conversion to keep scoring drive alive . . . saw action in 3721 loss to Michigan State, recording one reception for 13 yards . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, recording three receptions for 28 yards as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . one reception for 10 yards at Nebraska, along with 82 yards on four KO returns . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording one reception for 21 yards. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named first team all-state as a senior after earning third team honors as a junior . . . was all-North offensive MVP as well . . . first team all-County and all-Catholic League as a junior and senior . . . Career - - holds school records for receiving yards in a game (177), punt return yards in a game (103), career touchdown receptions (20), longest reception (93) and career receiving yards (1,525) . . . helped prep team post three-year record of 21-11, earning three straight appearances in state playoffs . . . had 43 receptions for 745 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior, along with 14 KO returns for 314 yards and 12 punt returns for 199 yards . . . collected 34 receptions for 610 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior, along with 199 yards and two scores on 10 punt returns and 262 yards on 13 KO returns . . . had 170 yards and one touchdown on 16 receptions as a sophomore . . . earned three varsity letters as wide receiver and defensive back and four basketball letters. Personal - - Born 10/22/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . earned Outstanding Academic Award for math and English . . . parents are Leanna Martin and Kevin Manley . . . high school coach was Albert Fracassa.

Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

6 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 82 vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 2 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 25 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11

Career KO Return Bests Number: _________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

4 at Nebraska, 11/25/11 82 (4 ret.), at Nebraska, 11/25/11 None 23 at Nebraska, 11/25/11

2011 Game-By-Game Stats Receiving ___ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 4 ____ 23 ____ 1 _____ 8 Pitt __________ 4 ____ 76 ____ 2 ____ 25 ULM _________ 6 ____ 82 ____ 0 ____ 23 at PSU _______ 3 ____ 21 ____ 0 _____ 9 N’western ____ 1 _____ 6 ____ 0 _____ 6 Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 5 ____ 35 ____ 0 ____ 10 Michigan _____ 1 _____ 8 ____ 0 _____ 8 Mich. State ___ 1 ____ 13 ____ 0 ____ 13 at Purdue ____ 3 ____ 28 ____ 0 ____ 16 at Nebraska ___ 1 ____ 10 ____ 0 ____ 10 Oklahoma (n) _ 1 ____ 21 ____ 0 ____ 21 Totals _______30 ___323 ___ 3 ____25

KO Returns ___ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt ___________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - MSU __________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 4_____ 82 ___ 0 ____23 Oklahoma (n)___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 4_____82 ___0 ___ 23

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 30 __________ 323 ________ 10.8 __________3 ___________25 KO Returns_______ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 4___________ 82 _________ 20.5 __________0 ___________23

Hawk-Item - - One of two sophomores named to 2012 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as first team wide receiver following spring practice. 2011 - - Named to Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team by BTN.com . . . 2011 - - saw action in 13 games, with one start . . . 30 receptions for 323 yards and three touchdowns, while also averaging 20.5 yards on four KO returns . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . four receptions for 23 yards at ISU, including first career touchdown reception to give Iowa a 7-0 advantage . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 66 - - Casey McMillan

96 - - **Mike Meyer

Defensive Line 6-4, 305, Senior Billings, Mont. (Central Catholic HS)

Kicker 6-2, 185, Junior Dubuque, Iowa (Wahlert HS)

Hawk-Item - - Moved from offensive line to defensive line during 2012 spring practice.

Hawk-Item - - Ranks 14th in career scoring with 159 points . . . had made 53 consecutive PATs . . . 86 points in 2011 ties for 14th-best single season total at Iowa . . . tied for first in the Big Ten in PAT percentage (100%) in 2011, while also ranking fifth in kick scoring (6.6), seventh in field goal per game (1.1), eighth in field goal percentage (70%) and ninth in total scoring (6.6) . . . one of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010.

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in offensive line in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . saw action in offensive line in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Offense . . . 2010 - - Saw action in offensive line in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 35-7 win over Iowa State . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . saw action in special teams in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . saw action on special teams in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . saw action on special teams in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Montana Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-state as both offensive and defensive lineman as a junior and senior . . . Super State selection as a junior and senior . . . first team all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . Shrine Game (first team) participant . . . named to first team for Mon-Dak all-star game (Montana vs. North Dakota) . . . Career - - team captain . . . also lettered in track and basketball. Personal - - Born 3/3/90 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . member of the National Honor Society . . . four-year academic all-state honors in football, track and basketball . . . parents are Terri and Don McMillan . . . high school coach was Jim Stanton.

94 - - Riley McMinn Defensive End 6-7, 245, Redshirt Freshman Rochester, Ill. (Rochester HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team defensive end following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Defense. High school honors - - First team Chicago Tribune all-state, second team Chicago Sun Times all-state and first team all-state selection as a senior . . . three-time first team all-conference honoree . . . Career - - three-year starter, finishing with 196 tackles, 28.5 QB sacks, 33 tackles for loss and three blocked punts . . . led team to a three playoff appearances and a 33-4 record during three-year prep career . . . guided team to 2010 state title, finishing with a perfect 14-0 record . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . compiled 49 tackles and 5.5 QB sacks as a sophomore . . . recorded 67 tackles, 10 QB sacks, 16 tackles for loss and three blocked punts as a junior . . . totaled 80 tackles, 17 tackles for loss and 13 QB sacks as a senior. Personal - - Born 7/7/92 . . . communication studies major . . . named to pre Honor Roll all four years, finishing with a 4.0 GPA . . . academic all-conference selection . . . member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society . . . parents are Janet and Drew McMinn . . . high school coach was Derek Leonard.

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2012 Preseason Honors - - named to CFPA preseason Watch Lists for Placekicker Trophy and Kickoff Specialist Trophy . . . 2012 - - Listed as first team placekicker following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - One of 20 semifinal candidates for the 2011 Lou Groza Award as nations top PK . . . named national PK of the Week vs. Iowa State by College Football Performance Awards . . . named national Placekicker of the Week by College Football Performance Awards vs. Iowa State . . . named to Lou Groza Award “Stars of the Week” vs. Iowa State . . . 2011 Preseason Honors - - named to CFPA preseason Watch Lists for Placekicker Trophy and Kickoff Specialist Trophy . . . 2011 - - handled all field goal, PAT and kickoffs throughout the season . . . connected on 14-20 field goals and all 44 PAT attempts to rank second on team with 86 points . . . handled all placements in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . connected on all four PAT kicks and made field goals of 39 and 20 yards, while averaging 60.9 yards on seven KOs . . . handled all field goal, PAT and kickoffs in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . made all four field goal attempts at ISU, including a career-best 50-yard kick . . . also connected from 42, 20 and 34 yards, with the 34-yard kick coming in the third overtime . . . tied career-best with four field goals (at Indiana, 2010) . . . also made all thre PATs at Iowa State and averaged 65.7 yards on six KO’s . . . handled all field goal, PATs and kickoffs in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . connected on 22-yard field goal in first half before missing from 40 and 50 yards . . . made all four PAT attempts to remain perfect on the season and averaged 59 yards on six kickoffs . . . handled all field goal, PATs and kickoffs in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe . . . connected on only field goal attempt from 23 yards and was 6-6 on PATs vs. ULM, while also averaging 66.8 yards on kickoffs, with one touchback . . . also recorded one solo tackle . . . made only field goal attempts from 23 yards in 13-3 loss at Penn State, along with averaging 60 yards on two kickoffs . . . handled all field goals, PATs and kickoffs in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . made both field goal attempts vs. Northwestern, connecting from 27 and 40 yards . . . also added 5-5 PATs and averaged 63.2 yards on kickoffs . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . conneected on 47-yard field goal and was 6-6 on PATs vs. Indiana, while averaging 64.4 yards on seven kickoffs . . . handled all field goal at PAT attempts in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . made 3-3 PAT kicks and was 0-2 on field goal attempts and averaged 67.8 yards on kickoffs . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . connected on 42-yard field goal in second quarter on his only field goal attempt and was 3-3 on PAT kicks . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, converting 3-3 PATs to remain perfect on the season . . . only field goal attempt vs. MSU, from 50 yards, was blocked . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 31-21 win at Purdue on extremely windy day . . . connected on 38-yard field goal in the third quarter after 34-yard kick hit the upright and missed in the first half . . . also made 4-4 PATs . . . made only PAT attempt at Nebraska and had no field goal attempts . . . made 2-2 PAT attempts in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma and had no field goal attempts. 2010 Honors - - Big Ten Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his play in 1813 win at Indiana . . . co-National placekicker Performer of the Week vs. Northwestern and honorable mention placekicker Performer of the Week vs. Iowa State by College Football Performance Awards . . . Next Man In Award, Special Teams . . . 2010 - - handled all PAT and field goal attempts for final 10 games of the season, making 14-17 field goal attempts and 31-33 PATs . . . led team in scoring with 73 points in 2010, which ranks 21st-best for a single season at Iowa and is the most by an Iowa freshman . . . ranked fifth in the Big Ten in field goal percentage (.824) and ninth in kick scoring (5.6) and field goals per game (1.1) . . . handled all kickoff duties in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois . . . averaged 65.5 yards on six kicks, with one touchback as opponent averaged 14 yards on five returns . . . handled all kickoff duties in 35-7 win over Iowa State . . . averaged 68.3 yards on six kicks, with three touchbacks . . . handled all kickoff duties in 34-27 loss at Arizona, averaging 70 yards on five kicks, with two touchbacks . . . handled all kickoff, PAT and field goal duties in 45-0 win over Ball State . . . made all six PAT attempts . . . missed 37-yard field goal in first half before connecting from 25 yards in fourth period . . . averaged 61.5 yards on eight kickoffs, with two touchbacks . . . handled all kickoff, PAT and field goal duties in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . made only field goal attempt of 20 yards in first period and was 3-3 on PATs . . . averaged 64.2 yards on five KO’s . . . handled all kickoff, PAT and field goal duties in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . connected on career-long 30-yard field goal in closing minutes to provide final 10 point margin vs. Michigan . . . made all five PAT attempts and averaged 66.7 yards on seven KO, with one touchback . . . collected one assisted tackle on KO coverage . . . handled PAT, field goal and kickoff duties in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . was 3-4 on PATs, with one being blocked, and added career-best 40-yard field goal in fourth quarter . . . averaged 65.4 yards on five kicks and recorded two solo tackles on kickoff coverage . . . handled all PAT, field goal and KO duties in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . connected on 37-yard field goal in first quarter vs. MSU, made 4-5 PAT attempts and averaged 63.4 yards on seven kickoffs . . . handled all PAT, field goal and KO duties in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . career-best 4-5 field goals at Indiana, making kicks from 23, 27, 27 and 42 yards, while missing from 22 . . . 42-yard kick in fourth period is career-best . . . also recorded two tackles on KO coverage . . . handled


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES all PAT, field goal and KO duties in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . connected on only field goal attempt, from 32 yards, and both PAT attempts, vs. Wildcats, and had four touchbacks on kickoffs . . . handled all PAT, field goal and KO duties in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . made 31-yard file goal in third quarter to tie game after missing from 40 yards in second quarter . . . made both PAT attempts and averaged 58.5 yards on four kickoffs . . . handled all PAT and field goal attempts in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . made 35-yard field goal at Minnesota on his only attempt and was 3-3 in PATs . . . handled all PAT and field goal attempts in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri . . . made field goal attempts of 34 and 21 yards vs. Missouri, while connecting on three PAT kicks and averaging 66.7 yard on six kick-offs. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state and first team all-conference honors as a senior . . . Career - - holds Mississippi Valley Conference record with 56-yard field goal . . . helped prep team reach state playoffs as a junior. Personal - - Born 6/2/92 . . . psychology major . . . one of two players from Dubuque on Iowa roster . . . parents are Lisa and Brian Meyer . . . high school coach was Mike Mahoney.

Career Bests Field Goals: _______________ FG Attempts: ______________ Long: ____________________ PATs: ____________________ PAT Attempts: _____________

4, twice, last at Iowa State, 9/10/11 5 at Indiana, 11/06/10 50 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 6, twice, last vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 6, twice, last vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11

Scoring ______________ FGs ______Lng ______ PATs ______ Points Freshman ___________ 14-17 _____ 42 _______ 31-33 _______ 73 Sophomore __________ 14-20 _____ 50 _______ 44-44 _______ 86 Career ______________ 28-37 _____ 50 _______75-77 ______ 159 Field Goals _____1-19 ____ 20-29 ____ 30-39 ___ 40-49 ___ 50+ ____ Total __ Blk Freshman ______ 0-0 ______ 6-7 ______ 6-7 _____ 2-3 ____ 0-0 ____ 14-17 __ - - Sophomore _____ 0-0 ______ 6-7 ______ 3-4 _____ 4-6 ____ 1-3 ____ 14-20 ___ 1 Career __________0-0______ 12-14 _____9-11 ____ 6-9 ____ 1-3 ____ 28-37____ 1

5 - - **Tanner Miller Defensive Back 6-2, 201, Junior Kalona, Iowa (Mid-Prairie HS) Hawk-Item - - Tied Iowa record with 98-yard interception return for a touchdown in win over Northwestern . . . tied for eighth in the Big Ten with three interceptions in 2011 . . . one of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010. 2012 Preseason Honors - - Fourth team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team free safety following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Named national Defensive Back of the Week by College Football Performanace Awards for his play in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . earned honorable mention from College Football Performance Award for his play in win at Purdue . . . nominated for Geico Play of the Year for interception return vs. Northwestern . . . 2011 - played in all 13 games, starting the final 11 at free safety . . . recorded 52 solo tackles and 24 assists, with three tackles for loss, three pass break-ups and a forced fumble . . . tied for team lead with three interceptions for 114 yards . . . saw action in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording two solo tackles, including one tackle for loss . . . started at free safety in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh in first career start . . . recorded five solo tackles and two assists, with one tackle for loss and a forced fumble . . . started at free safety in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . recorded five solo tackles and two assists vs. ULM, including one tackle for loss . . . started at free safety in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . matched career-best with seven tackles at PSU, including six solo stops . . . also had careerbest two pass break-ups at PSU . . . started at free safety in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . recorded first career interception vs. Northwestern, tying Iowa record with 98-yard return for a touchdown . . . also recorded career-best eight tackles vs. Northwestern, including five solo stops . . . started at free safety in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . recorded career-best 10 tackles vs. Hoosiers, including seven solo stops . . . started at free safety in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording six solo tackles . . . started at free safety in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . recorded seven tackles vs. Wolverines, including four solo stops . . . started at free safety in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording two solo tackles, five assists and one pass break-up . . . started at free safety in 31-21 win at Purdue as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . recorded one solo tackle vs. Purdue, along with two pass interceptions . . . had 16 yards on interception returns as both stopped potential Purdue scoring drives . . . started at free safety in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, recording four solo tackles and four assists . . . started at free safety in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording four solo tackles and one assist as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense.

34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, recording one assisted tackle as defense allowed just 91 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, recording career-best three tackles, including two solo stops. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a junior and senior . . . named first team all-district as a sophomore and was District Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior . . . Career - - earned four varsity letters as defensive back and running back . . . helped prep team post 19-5 record in final two seasons, reaching state quarter-finals as a junior before falling in first round as a senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . holds school records for rushing yards in a season (2,050) and career (4,100) and touchdowns in a game (six) and a season (32 as a junior) . . . also earned four letters in track as sprinter and hurdler and three letters in basketball . . . won state title in 400-meter hurdles as a junior . . . placed second in 400-meter hurdles at Drake Relays as a senior and ran leg on 4 x 800 relay unit that placed sixth. Personal - - Born 12/15/91 . . . leisure studies major . . . member of prep Honor Roll with 3.56 GPA . . . earned academic all-State recognition and was two-year member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Raelyn and Brian Miller . . . high school coach was Pete Cavanaugh.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Interceptions: _____________ Touchdowns: _____________ Forced Fumble: ____________ Tackles for Loss: ___________ Pass Break-ups: ____________

10 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 7 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 5 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 2 at Purdue, 11/19/11 1 vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 1 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 1, three times, last vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 2 at Penn State, 10/08/11

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois __________ 0-0 IA State ___________ 0-1 at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State __________ 1-0 Penn State _________ 0-1 at Michigan _______ DNP Wisconsin ________ DNP Mich. State ________ 0-0 at Indiana _________ 0-1 at N’western _______ 0-0 Ohio State ________ DNP at Minnesota ______ DNP Missouri (n) ________ 2-1 Totals ____________ 3-4

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________1-0 at IA State __________2-0 Pitt ________________5-2 ULM _______________5-2 at PSU _____________6-1 N’western __________5-3 Indiana ____________7-3 at Minn. ____________6-0 Michigan ___________4-3 Mich. State _________2-5 at Purdue ___________1-0 at Nebraska _________4-4 Oklahoma (n) _______4-1 Totals __________ 52-24

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ In-Yd. ____ PBU ____ FF ____ RF Freshman ___ 3 ____ 4_____ 7 _____ 0/0 ____ 0-0 ______ 0_______ 0 _____0 Sophomore _ 52 ____ 24 ____ 76 ____ 3/4 __ 3-114-1 ____ 3_______ 1 _____0 Career _____ 55____ 28 ____83 ____ 3/4 __ 3-114-1 ____ 3_______1 _____0

2010 - - Saw action in eight games, recording three solo tackles and four assists . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one assisted tackle for first career statistics. . . saw action in

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 44 - - **James Morris Linebacker 6-2, 230, Junior Solon, Iowa (Solon HS) Hawk-Item - - Ranked fifth in the Big Ten and tied for 37th nationally in tackles per game (9.2) in 2011 . . . one of four juniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of four sophomores named to 2011 Leadership Group . . . one of nine true freshmen to see action in 2010. 2012 Preseason Honors - - Second team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team middle linebacker following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media . . . third team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness and Phil Steele . . . 2011 Preseason Honors - - second team preseason All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports, Lindy’s Football Preview and Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2011 - - started all 12 games he played, recording 52 solo tackles and 58 assists to share team lead in tackles . . . also had 3.5 tackles for loss, one interception, one pass break-up and one QB pressure . . . started at middle linebacker in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . recorded 10 tackles, including four solo stops, in opening win, along with first career interception and 52 yard return that led to Iowa field goal . . . started at middle linebacker in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording seven solo tackles . . . started at middle linebacker in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . matched career-high with 13 tackles vs. Pitt, including six solo tackles and seven assists . . . started a t middle linebacker in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . recorded five solo tackles and five assists vs. ULM . . . started at middle linebacker in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . matched career-high with 13 tackles at PSU, including five solo stops and a shared tackle for loss . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern due to injury . . . started at middle linebacker in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . recorded 10 tackles vs. Hoosiers, including two solo tackles and eight assists, along with a shared tackle for loss . . . started at weakside linebacker in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . matched career high with 13 tackles vs. Gophers, including 10 solo stops and one tackle for loss . . . stasrted at weakside linebacker in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as defense allowed just 323 yards total offense . . . recorded eight tackles vs. Wolverines, including four solo stops . . . started at weakside linebacker in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, recording four assisted tackles and one QB pressure . . . started at weakside linebacker in 31-21 win at Purdue, recording four solo tackles, including one tackle for loss, as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . started at weakside linebacker in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . matched career-high with 13 tackles at Nebraska, colleecting a shared tackle for loss and one pass brreak-up . . . started at weakside linebacker in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but saw limited action due to injury . . . recorded two solo tackles and three assists as defense allowed just 275 yards total offense. 2010 Honors - - First team Freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . third team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team by Rivals.com . . . Next Man In Award, Defense . . . 2010 - - saw action in all 13 games, with six starts at middle linebacker . . . ranked fourth in team with 70 tackles, including 23 solo stops, 2.5 tackles for loss and four pass break-ups . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording two assisted tackles as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State as defense allowed just 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense . . . recorded career-high seven tackles vs. Penn State, along with one pass break-up . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, recording four assisted tackles . . . started at middle linebacker in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State as defense allowed just 31 net rushing yards and 258 yards total offense . . . recorded career-best nine tackles vs. MSU in first career start . . . started at middle linebacker in 18-13 win at Indiana as defense allowed just 91 net rushing yards . . . matched career-high with nine tackles for the second straight week . . . also had a shared tackle for loss, two pass break-ups and a QB pressure vs. Hoosiers . . . started at middle linebacker in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . collected careerbest 13 tackles vs. Wildcats, including seven solo tackles and first career QB sack . . . started at middle linebacker in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . recorded nine tackles vs. OSU, including one solo stop and eight assists . . . started at middle linebacker in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, recording six solo tackles, two assists and one pass break-up . . . started at middle linebacker in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri . . . recorded five solo tackles and two assists vs. Missouri, including one tackle for loss. High school honors - - Gatorade Player of the Year in Iowa as a junior and senior . . . three time first team all-state, including elite team selection as a senior . . . three-time all-district selection . . named district offensive MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . Career - helped prep team win 41 straight games and three consecutive Class 2A state titles as linebacker and running back . . . high school team went undefeated from sophomore to senior season . . . team posted 11-2 record during freshman year, reaching state championship game . . . also played quarterback during portions of senior season, passing for 500 yards and seven touchdowns . . . team captain as a senior . . . ranks among top 10 in state of Iowa for career rushing yards, touchdowns and points scored . . . rushed for 2,247 yards and scored 40 touchdowns as a senior . . . gained 6,646 career rushing yards . . . collected 276 career tackles and four interceptions . . . holds school records for single season and career for total yards and scoring . . . set school record for touchdowns in a single game .

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. . rushed for 2,100 yards and 38 touchdowns as a junior . . . rushed for 1,900 yards and scored 32 touchdowns as a sophomore . . . also lettered four times in wrestling and track . . . placed fourth in state wrestling meet as a junior and senior. Personal - - Born 11/20/91 . . . political science major . . . member of National Honor Society and posted a 3.95 prep GPA . . . parents are Lynn and Greg Morris . . . one of three players from Solon on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as PK Marshall Koehn and DB Collin Sleeper . . . high school coach was Kevin Miller.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Tackles for loss: ____________ QB Sacks: _________________ Interceptions: _____________ Pass Break-Ups: ____________

13, five times, last at Nebraska, 11/25/11 10 at Minnesota, 10/29/11 10 at Nebraska, 11/25/11 1, four times, last at Purdue, 11/19/11 1 at Northwestern, 11/13/10 1 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 2 at Indiana, 11/06/10

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois __________ 0-1 IA State ___________ 0-0 at Arizona _________ 0-0 Ball State __________ 0-2 Penn State _________ 2-5 at Michigan ________ 0-1 Wisconsin _________ 0-4 Mich. State ________ 1-8 at Indiana _________ 1-8 at N’western _______ 7-6 Ohio State _________ 1-8 at Minnesota _______ 6-2 Missouri (n) ________ 5-2 Totals __________ 23-47

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________4-6 at IA State __________7-0 Pitt ________________6-7 ULM _______________5-5 at PSU _____________5-8 N’western __________ Inj. Indiana ____________2-8 at Minn. ___________10-3 Michigan ___________4-4 Mich. State _________0-4 at Purdue ___________4-0 at Nebraska ________3-10 Oklahoma (n) _______2-3 Totals __________ 52-58

Career Statistics Defense ___ Solo _ Ast. _ Total _ T/Loss _ Sacks __ In-Yd. __ PBU _ QBH _ FF _ RF Freshman ___ 23 ___ 47 ____70____2.5/12 ___1/9 _____0-0 _____4 ____0 ___ 0 ___0 Sophomore __ 52 ___ 58 ___ 110 ___ 3.5/5 ____0/0 ____ 1-52 ____1 ____1 ___ 0 ___0 Career ______ 75 __ 105 __ 180 ___ 6/17 ____1/9 ____ 1-52 ____5 ____1 ___0 ___0

8 - - *Trent Mossbrucker (MOSS-bruk-ir) Kicker 6-0, 204, Senior Mooresville, Ind. (Mooresville HS) Hawk Item - - Established new Iowa single-season scoring record for a freshman with 70 points in 2008 . . . one of seven true freshmen to see action in 2008. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . did not see action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . saw first action of the season in 45-24 win over Indiana, playing on kickoff team . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . saw action on kickoff team in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, attempting on-side kick in fourth quarter . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Made 13-14 PAT attempts and had no field goal attempts . . . handled all PAT attempts in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, hitting all five attempts . . . had no field goal attempts . . . handled all PAT attempts in 35-7 win over Iowa State, hitting all five attempts . . . had no field goal attempts . . . handled all PAT attempts in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . made first three PAT attempts before final attempt was blocked . . . had no field goal attempts . . . did not see action in 45-0 win over Ball State . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . handled all kickoffs in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, allowing just 9.8 yard average on four returns . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Redshirted. 2008 - - Made 13-15 field goals and 31-33 PATs to rank second on the team in scoring with 70 points . . . led the Big Ten in field goal percentage (.867) and ranked seventh in field goals per game (1.1) and kick scoring per game (5.8) . . . saw action in 46-3 opening win over Maine


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES . . . made all four of his attempts in first career game, hitting two PATs and field goals from 35 and 33 yards . . . saw action in 42-0 win over Florida International . . . made all three PAT attempts vs. FIU, while only field goal attempt from 32 yards was blocked . . . saw action in 17-5 win over Iowa State . . . connected on only field goal attempt of the day from 26 yards on Iowa’s first possession of the game . . . did not have any PAT attempts vs. ISU . . . saw action in 21-20 loss at Pittsburgh . . . made both two field goal attempts (26 and career-long 39 yards) at Pitt, along with only PAT attempt . . . saw action in 22-17 loss to Northwestern . . . made only field goal attempt of the day, a 30-yard kick to give Iowa an early 3-0 advantage . . . was also 2-2 on PAT attemepts . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 16-13 loss at Michigan State . . . connected on field goals of 25 and 33 yards on only two attempts, making two field goals in a game for the third time in six games . . . made only PAT attempt against MSU as well . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 45-9 win at Indiana . . . connected on 26-yard field goal in the first period to give Iowa a 3-0 advantage and added 6-6 PAT attempts . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 38-16 win over Wisconsin . . . connected on 35-yard field goal in the fourth period, his only field goal attempt, and added 5-5 PATs . . . handled all field goal and PAT attempts in 27-24 loss at Illlinois . . . had careerbest of three made field goals and four attempts at Illinois, connecting from 26, 19 and 27 yards for Iowa’s first nine points, while missing from 30 yards . . . saw action in 24-23 win over third-ranked Penn State . . . made all three PAT attempts vs. Penn State and had no field goal attempts . . . saw action in 22-17 win over Purdue . . . was unsuccessful on two PAT attempts and had no field goal attempts . . . saw action in 55-0 win at Minnesota, converting a seasonbest 7-7 PAT attempts . . . had no field goal attempts at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 31-10 Outback Bowl win over South Carolina. High school honors - - First team all-state, all-metro and all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior . . . Indiana Mr. Football Position Award Winner for kicker . . . Indianapolis Star Super Team selection as a senior . . . Indiana Football Coaches Association Region 6 all-Star . . . Career - - converted 27 of 38 career field goals . . . holds school kicking records for career (38) and single-season (13) field goal attempts and longest field goal (49) . . . converted 101 career PAT’s . . . recorded 87 touchbacks on 166 career kickoffs . . . also played quarterback and holds school records for career completions (525) and career passing yards (4,208) . . . responsible for 39 passing touchdowns and 26 rushing touchdowns in three years . . . team captain . . . also lettered four times in basketball. Personal - - Born 6/9/89 . . . communication studies major . . . senior class president . . . member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Student Advisory Committee and Indiana High School Athletic Association Role Model Program . . . parents are Terri and Mike Mossbrucker . . . high school coach was Mark Bless.

29 - - **Nick Nielsen Wide Receiver 6-3, 210, Senior Humboldt, Iowa (Humboldt HS) Hawk-Item - - Moved from defensive back to wide receiver prior to 2011 season. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2011 - - saw action in 12 games, recording one solo tackle and two assists . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one assisted tackle on special teams . . . saw action on special teams in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 13-3 loss at Penn State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. 2010 - - Saw action in five games, recording one solo tackle and two assists . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, recording one solo tackle and one assist . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Saw action in win over Northern Iowa, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 12-0 win over Minnesota, but had no statistics. 2008 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on.

Career Bests Field Goals: _______________ FG Attempts: ______________ Long: ____________________ PATs: ____________________ PAT Attempts: _____________

3 at Illinois, 11/01/08 4 at Illinois, 11/01/08 39 at Pittsburgh, 9/20/08 7 at Minnesota, 11/22/08 7 at Minnesota, 11/22/08

Scoring ______________ FGs ______Lng ______ PATs ______ Points Freshman ___________ 13-15 _____ 39 _______ 31-33 _______ 70 Sophomore ___________ 0-0 ______ - - - ______ 13-14 _______ 13 Junior _______________ 0-0 ______ - - - _______ 0-0 ________ 0 Career ______________ 13-15 _____ 39 _______44-47 _______83 Field Goals _____1-19 ____ 20-29 ____ 30-39 ___ 40-49 ___50-+____ Total __ Blk Freshman ______ 1-1 ______ 6-6 ______ 6-8 _____ 0-0 ____ 0-0 ____ 13-15 ___ 1 Sophomore _____ 0-0 ______ 0-0 ______ 0-0 _____ 0-0 ____ 0-0 _____ 0-0 ____ 0 Junior __________ 0-0 _______ 0-0 ______ 0-0 _____ 0-0 _____0-0 ______0-0 _____ 0 Career _________ 1-1 ______ 6-6 ______ 6-8 _____ 0-0 ____ 0-0 ____ 13-15 ___ 1

High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as an outside linebacker as a senior . . . was first team all-conference quarterback as a senior after earning first team honors as a defensive back during junior season . . . Career - - earned two letters playing quarterback, defensive back and outside linebacker, helping team win state championship as a junior . . . recorded 50 tackles and two interceptions as a senior . . . scored nine touchdowns as a senior . . . had five interceptions and 40 tackles as a junior . . . set school record for passing yards in a season (1,400), total offensive in a season (1,700) and longest touchdown pass (96 yards) . . . team captain in football . . . also lettered in basketball and track and field. Personal - - Born 12/08/89 . . . management major . . . member of high school National Honor Society and Student Senate . . . 3.86 GPA as a prep . . . parents are Julie and Tony Nielsen . . . high school coach was Greg Thomas.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 2 vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/04/10 Solos: ____________________ 1, twice, last at Penn State, 10/08/11 Assists: ___________________ 1, four times, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11

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15 - - Jonny Mullings Punter 6-3, 210, Sophomore Canberra, Australia (Ottumwa, Iowa HS) Hawk-Item - - Played one season at Ottumwa, Iowa HS . . . previously played rugby in the Australian Capital Territory prior to move to Ottumwa, Iowa. 2012 - - Listed as co-first team punter following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see any game action. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Earned all-state honors in rugby at Colstons School in England . . . was rugby Player of the Year and team MVP . . . named Australian Capital Territory all-star in 2007 and 2008 . . . Career - - helped rugby team win state championship in 2006 . . . used as punter at Ottumwa HS in 2009, where he set school record with 85 yard punt rugby punting average of 42.4 yards and 45.1 yards in final two seasons, respectively. Personal - - Born 12/27/87 . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Jane and Nicolas Mullings . . . high school football coach was Tom Kopatich and rugby coach was Andy Cassidy.

2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA ________ 0-0 at IA State ________ DNP Arizona __________ DNP at Penn State______ DNP Ark. State _________ DNP Michigan _________ DNP at Wisconsin ______ DNP at Mich. State _____ DNP Indiana __________ DNP N’western ________ DNP at Ohio State ______ DNP Minnesota _________ 0-0 GA Tech (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 0-0

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________1-1 IA State ____________0-1 at Arizona __________0-0 Ball State ___________0-0 Penn State __________0-0 at Michigan ________DNP Wisconsin _________DNP Mich. State ________DNP at Indiana _________DNP at N’western _______DNP Ohio State _________DNP at Minnesota _______DNP Missouri (n) ________DNP Totals _____________1-2

2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________0-1 at IA State ___________0-0 Pitt ________________0-0 ULM _______________0-0 at PSU ______________1-0 N’western ___________0-1 Indiana _____________0-0 at Minn. ____________0-0 Michigan ___________0-0 Mich. State __________0-0 at Purdue ___________0-0 at Nebraska ________DNP Oklahoma (n) ________0-0 Totals ______________1-2

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ QBH ___ In-Yd. _ PBU __FF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 1 ____ 2_____ 3 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Junior ______ 1 ____ 2_____ 3 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Career ______ 2 ____ 4_____ 6 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 39 - - Travis Perry

41 - - Jacob Reisen (RY-zun)

Linebacker 6-3, 230, Redshirt Freshman Urbandale, Iowa (Urbandale HS)

Fullback 6-2, 231, Junior Iowa City, Iowa (Regina HS)

2012 - - Listed as second team outside linebacker following spring practice.

Hawk-Item - - Used 2008 as a gray shirt season after graduating from high school in 2008 and was not allowed to participate in any team activities during the season . . . moved from linebacker to fullback during 2009 spring practice.

2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior and third team honors as a junior . . . named first team all-conference as a junior and sophomore after being named honorable mention as a freshman . . . Career - - earned four letters in football as defensive back and wide receiver, helping team advance to state playoffs as a junior and senior . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . missed first half of senior season due to injury before rushing 47 times for 182 yards and three touchdowns . . . had 13 receptions for 123 yards and two scores . . . on defense recorded 60 tackles . . . had 24 receptions for 333 yards and four touchdowns as a junior, along with 64 tackles and two interceptions on defense . . . had four punt returns for 88 yards as a senior and 13 punt returns for 133 yards as a junior . . . recorded 47 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore . . . also earned four letters in basketball, earning first team all-conference and second team all-state recognition. Personal - - Born 7/01/92 . . . communication studies major . . . earned academic allconference honors . . . four-year member of prep Honor Roll and member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Jean and Russ Perry . . . high school coach was Sam Anderson.

36 - - Macon Plewa Linebacker 6-2, 225, Redshirt Freshman Franklin, Wis. (Franklin HS) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Named third team all-state as a senior . . . named conference defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior after earning second team honors as a sophomore . . . Career - - helped prep team advance to state semi-finals as a junior and senior and quarter-finals as a sophomore . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . earned three letters in football as linebacker and tight end and three letters in basketball . . . recorded 135 tackles, including 52 solo stops, as a senior, along with four QB sacks, 11 tackles for loss and three interceptions . . . on offense had 11 receptions and scored five touchdowns . . . recorded 112 tackles as a junior, including 43 solo stops and four interceptions . . . collected 96 tackles and two interceptions as a sophomore. Personal - - Born 9/15/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . earned Scholar Athlete award and was member of National Honor Society as a prep . . . parents are Mary and John Plewa . . . high school coach was Louis Brown.

43 - - Jim Poggi (POE-jee) Linebacker 6-2, 218, Sophomore Towson, Md. (Gilman School) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see any game action due to injury. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named to Tom Lemming all-America team and espn.com Top 100 . . . consensus first team all-state as a junior and senior and named all-Metro both seasons . . . was first team all-conference selection all four years . . . named conference Defensive Player of the Year as junior and senior . . . Career - - earned four letters as linebacker and tight end . . . collected 137 tackles as a senior, including 12 QB sacks, three fumble recoveries and three interceptions . . . had 134 tackles as a junior, with 13 QB sacks, five fumble recoveries and three interceptions . . . recorded 89 tackles as a sophomore and 54 as a freshman . . . led conference in tackles as a junior and senior and led conference in QB sacks his final three seasons . . . team captain as a senior . . . also three-year letterman in basketball. Personal - - Born 3/6/91 . . . English/secondary education major . . . parents are Amy and Biff Poggi . . . high school coach was his father, Biff Poggi.

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2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw first action of the season in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Saw only action of the season in 35-7 win over Iowa State, but had no statistics. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - First team all-state and Class 1A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2007 . . . two-time first team all-area and all-district selection . . . led team to state championship in 2005 . . . Career - - tallied 310 tackles and nine interceptions . . . also had 1,150 yards rushing and 23 touchdowns on 114 attempts . . . team captain . . . also lettered in track and field and baseball. Personal - - Born 11/1/89 . . . health & sport studies major . . . parents are Anne and Dan Reisen . . . member of high school Honor Roll as a junior and senior . . . one of five players on Iowa roster from Iowa City . . . high school coach was Marv Cook, a four-year (1985-88) Iowa letterman and an all-American tight end in 1988.

Game-by-Game Stats Rushing 2010 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng E. Illinois ____ DNP _________________ IA State ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ___ DNP _________________ Ball State ____ DNP _________________ Penn State ___ DNP _________________ at Michigan __ DNP _________________ Wisconsin ___ DNP _________________ Mich. State __ DNP _________________ at Indiana ___ DNP _________________ at N’western _ DNP _________________ Ohio State ___ DNP _________________ at Minnesota _ DNP _________________ Missouri (n) __ DNP _________________ Totals _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - -

Receiving 2010 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng E. Illinois ______ DNP IA State _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ____ DNP Ball State _____ DNP Penn State ____ DNP at Michigan ___ DNP Wisconsin ____ DNP Mich. State ____ DNP at Indiana_____ DNP at N’western __ DNP Ohio State ____ DNP at Minnesota __ DNP Missouri (n) ___ DNP Totals_________ 0_____ 0 ____0 ___ - - -

Rushing 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech _____ DNP _________________ at IA State ___ DNP _________________ Pitt _________ DNP _________________ ULM ________ DNP _________________ at PSU ______ DNP _________________ N’western ___ DNP _________________ Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _____ DNP _________________ Michigan ____ DNP _________________ Mich. State __ DNP _________________ at Purdue ___ DNP _________________ at Nebraska __ DNP _________________ Oklahoma (n) DNP _________________ Totals _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - -

Receiving 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech ______ DNP at IA State ____ DNP Pitt __________ DNP ULM _________ DNP at PSU _______ DNP N’western ____ DNP Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ DNP Michigan _____ DNP Mich. State ____ DNP at Purdue _____ DNP at Nebraska ___ DNP Oklahoma (n)__ DNP Totals_________ 0_____ 0 ____0 ___ - - -

Career Statistics Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Career ____________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0 __________0 __________ - - Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Career ____________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0 __________0 __________ - - -


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 38 - - **Brad Rogers Fullback 5-10, 230, Junior Toledo, Ohio (Central Catholic HS) Hawk-Item - - Missed preseason practice and first four games of 2011 season due to health reasons . . . One of four juniors named to 2012 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as first team fullback following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Comeback Player of the Year . . . 2011 - - saw action in nine games, with seven starts . . . rushed three times for eight yards and had one pass reception for seven yards . . . saw first action of the season in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw limited action on special teams and at fullback vs. PSU, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one pass reception for seven yards . . . started at fullback in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . had one rushing attempt for two yards and recorded one solo tackle on special teams . . . started at fullback in 31-21 win at Purdue, but had no statistics as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . started at fullback in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, rushing for six yards on two carries. 2010 - - Saw action in 11 games at both fullback and running back, with one start at fullback . . . had 11 rushing attempts for 75 yards and two receptions for 15 yards . . . saw first action of career in 37-7 win over Eastern Illinois, collecting one reception for four yards as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . nine rushing attempts for 66 yards vs. Ball State, with a long of 18 yards . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics . . . started at fullback in 38-28 win at Michigan for first career start, collecting one pass reception for 11 yards . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, gaining nine yards on two rushing attempts as offense gained 445 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, due to injury. 2009 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Special Teams . . . 2009 - - redshirted. High school honors - - Two-time second team all-league running back and linebacker . . . Career - - amassed 1,228 career rushing yards and 18 touchdowns on 246 attempts . . . also registered 180 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, 10.5 QB sacks and four forced fumbles . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball and track and field. Personal - - Born 10/18/90 . . . leisure studies major . . . parents are Alicia and Bryant Rogers . . . high school coach was Greg Dempsey.

Career Rushing Bests Attempts: ________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

9 vs. Ball State, 9/25/10 66 vs. Ball State, 9/25/10 None 18 vs. Ball State, 9/25/10

Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

1, three times, last vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 11 at Michigan, 10/16/10 None 11 at Michigan, 10/16/10

Game-by-Game Stats Rushing 2010 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng E. Illinois _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - IA State ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ball State _____ 9 ____ 66 ____ 0 ____ 18 Penn State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Wisconsin ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana ____ 2 _____ 9 ____ 0 _____ 5 at N’western _ DNP _________________ Ohio State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota __ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Missouri (n) ___Inj. __________________ Totals _______11 ___ 75____ 0 ____18

Receiving 2010 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng E. Illinois _______ 1_____ 4 ____ 0 _____4 IA State _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Arizona _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Ball State ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Penn State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Michigan ____ 1_____ 11 ___ 0 ____11 Wisconsin _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Indiana______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at N’western __ DNP Ohio State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minnesota ___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Missouri (n) ____Inj. Totals_________ 2_____15 ___0 ___ 11

Rushing 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech _____ DNP _________________ at IA State ___ DNP _________________ Pitt _________ DNP _________________ ULM ________ DNP _________________ at PSU _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan _____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State ___ 1 _____ 2 ____ 0 _____ 2 at Purdue ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 2 _____ 6 ____ 0 _____ 3 Totals _______ 3 _____ 8 ____ 0 _____3

Receiving 2011 ________ No. ___ Yds. _ TD__ Lng TN Tech ______ DNP at IA State ____ DNP Pitt __________ DNP ULM _________ DNP at PSU ________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - N’western _____ 1_____ 7 ____ 0 _____7 Indiana________ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. _______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Mich. State _____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Purdue ______ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ____ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n)___ 0_____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals_________ 1_____ 7 ____0 _____7

Career Statistics Rushing _________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 11 __________ 75 __________ 6.8___________0 ___________18 Sophomore ________ 3____________ 8 __________ 2.7___________0 ____________3 Career ____________ 14 __________ 83__________ 5.9 __________0 __________ 18 Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 2___________ 15 __________ 7.5___________0 ___________11 Sophomore ________ 1____________ 7 __________ 7.0___________0 ____________7 Career ____________ 3___________ 22__________ 7.3 __________0 __________ 11

15 - - Jake Rudock (RU-doc) Quarterback 6-3, 200, Redshirt Freshman Weston, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS) Hawk-Item - - One of three redshirt freshmen named to 2012 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as co-second team quarterback following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named Broward County Player of the Year as a senior . . . South Florida Player of the Year by South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Scion South Florida High School Football Show . . . named to All-Southern USA team . . . Old Spice USA Player of the Year by USA Today . . . Offensive Player of the Year by Miami Herald . . . first team all-county by South Florida Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald . . . Player of the Year nominee as a junior and second team all-county by South Florida Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald . . . three-time Player of the Week by South Florida Sun-Sentinel . . . first team all-state by 4Quartersonline.com, FloridaHighSchoolFootball.com and SunState Football . . . All-State Finals First team . . . named team Most Valuable Player and St. Thomas Aquinas Most Athletic Award . . . earned Bidwell Family Offensive Player of the Year Award from Brian Piccolo Chapter, National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame . . . Career - - led prep team to district, regional state and national championship as a senior with perfect 15-0 record . . . team earned district and regional titles with 14-1 record as a junior . . . team posted 15-0 mark as a sophomore, earning district, regional, state and national championship . . . team posted 14-1 record as a freshman, earning district, regional and state titles . . . holds single game school records for passing yards (333) and touchdowns (5) . . . holds single season school records for passing yards (2,827), touchdown passes (36), pass completions (157), pass attempts (242), completion percentage (65%) and efficiency rating (210%) . . . holds career records for total yards (5,082), touchdown passes (73), completions (301), attempts (467), completion percentage (64%), efficiency rating (200%), wins as starting quarterback (31), state championships (3) and national titles (2) . . . completed 157-242 pass attempts for 2,827 yards and 36 touchdowns, with three interceptions as a senior . . . completed 1520 passes for 333 yards and four touchdowns in nationally televised contest . . . as a junior completed 128-197 attempts for 1,945 yards and 34 touchdowns, with five interceptions . . . team captain . . . earned four letters in football and three in baseball, playing shortstop and first base . . . named to all-district first team in baseball as a senior . . . additional baseball awards as a senior include Team Scholar Athlete Award, Gold Glove Award and team Most Valuable Player . . . member of youth baseball team that twice won both Florida and national titles. Personal - - Born 1/21/93 . . . microbiology major . . . Principle Honors, 2007-11 . . . National Honor Society, 2009-11 . . . 2010 United States Marine Corps honor . . . Courage and Commitment Award . . . 2010 Florida High School Athletic Association Orange Bowl Committee Scholar Athlete Award . . . 2010-11 Brian Piccolo Chapter National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award . . . Miami Herald Scholar Athlete Award . . . one of two players from Weston on Iowa roster . . . parents are Kathy and Bob Rudock. . . high school coach was George Smith.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 57 - - John Sawhill Defensive Line 6-3, 277, Senior Jefferson, Iowa (Jefferson-Scranton HS) Drake University Hawk-Item - - Transfer from Drake University prior to 2012 season with one season of eligibility. At Drake - - Three-year letterman at Drake University . . . secondteam All-conference in 2011 and honorable mention in 2010 . . . earned 2011 preseason second-team All-PFL recognition from Phil Steele’s College Football Preview . . . played in 30 career games and had 22 starts in three seasons, registering 55 tackles (45 solo), 8.5 sacks and 21.0 tackles for loss . . . named to 2008, 2009 and 2010 Pioneer Football League Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart after joining Iowa program prior to his senior season. 2011 - - Started 10 games and earned second-team All-PFL honors . . . earned team Hammer Award for defense . . . three tackles in win over Dayton . . . six solo tackles led team in win versus Jacksonville . . . led team with eight tackles (5 solo), a sack and three tackles for losses in loss at San Diego, earning honorable mention Defensive Line Performer of the Week by the CFPA . . . recorded seven tackles, including two for losses, a forced fumble and a shared sack in win at Morehead State . . . five tackles in win over Campbell . . . contributed an 11-yard sack and 12-yard tackle for loss among three tackles in win at Butler . . . recorded five tackles and a seven-yard sack in win over Missouri S&T. 2010 - - Earned honorable mention all-conference recognition . . . started 10 games and posted 28.5 tackles (20 solo), including 2.5 sacks (-9) and nine tackles for loss (-25), as well as a pass breakup and two blocked kicks . . . six tackles, including two for losses, at Dayton . . . six tackles in win at Campbell . . . one tackle for loss (-6) and a QB sack (-6) in win over Marist . . . collected two tackles for loss and a sack in win at Valparaiso . . . blocked a PAT attempt at Montana State . . . five tackles, including one for loss, in win at Missouri S&T.

left guard for first career start in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . started at left guard in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . started at left guard in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . saw action at left guard in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors on offense as a senior . . . second team all-state on defense as a junior . . . earned first team all-district honors on offense as a senior and on defense as a junior . . . named Sioux City Journal Siouxland Male Athlete of the Year . . . named Western Iowa Male Athlete of the Year by Omaha World Herald . . . Career - - offensive and defensive lineman in final two seasons after playing quarterback as a sophomore . . . collected 31 solo tackles and 51 assists with 16 tackles for loss as a senior . . . had 200 receiving yards and five touchdown receptions as a junior, along with 30 solo tackles and 45 assists on defense . . . passed for 1,200 yards as a sophomore . . . team captain as a senior, helping team advance to state playoffs . . . varsity letterman in baseball since freshman season, earning first team all-district, all-conference and all-state honors . . . helped prep baseball team advance to state tournament as a junior . . . also second team allconference basketball selection as a junior and earned varsity letter in tennis as a freshman . . . also competes in track, earning all-state recognition as well . . . won state title in shot put as a sophomore, while placing third as a freshman and second as a junior . . . placed second in shot put at Drake Relays as sophomore and junior . . . holds school shot put record . . . placed fifth in state meet as a junior in discus. Personal - - Born 12/26/91 . . . leisure studies major . . . academic all-district in football . . . parents are Cindy and Bob Scherff . . . high school coach was Dave Wiebers.

8 - - *Don Shumpert Wide Receiver 6-3, 190, Junior St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East HS) Hawk-Item - - One of nine true freshman to see action in 2010.

2009 - - Played in 10 games and started two, collecting 21 tackles (10 solo) . . . also posted 2.5 quarterback sacks for 21 yards in losses . . . two tackles, totaling 11 yards in losses, at Marist . . . nine-yard tackle for loss at Davidson. 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Named second team all-state in Class 2A as a senior . . . Career - placed seventh in 2008 Iowa Class 2A state wrestling meet as heavyweight . . . placed third in shot put at 2008 Iowa Class 2A state track meet. Personal - - Born 6/7/90 . . . accounting major . . . parents are Mavis and Mark Sawhill . . . high school coach was Bill Kibby.

Career Defensive Bests Tackles: __________________ 6 vs. Jacksonville, (11/5/11) Tackles for Loss: ___________ 3 vs. San Diego (10/15/11) QB Sacks: _________________ 1, five times

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ QBH ___ In-Yd. _ PBU __FF Freshman __ 10 ____ 11 ____ 21 _____ 5 ____ 2.5/21 _____ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Sophomore _ 20 ____ 17 ____ 37 _____ 9 ____ 2.5/14 _____ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Junior _____ 25 ____ 17 ____ 42 ____ 7.5 ___ 3.5/28 _____ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Career _____ 55____ 45 ___ 100____21.5 ___8.5/63 _____ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0

68 - - *Brandon Scherff (SHERF) Offensive Line 6-5, 310, Sophomore Denison, Iowa (Denison HS) Hawk-Item - - One of two sophomores named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . only redshirt freshman named to 2011 Leadership Group. 2012 Preseason Honors - - Fourth team preseason all-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football . . . 2012 - - listed as first team left tackle following spring practice. 2011 - - Named to Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team by BTN.com . . . 2011 - - saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, playing left guard . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . saw action at left guard in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . saw action at left guard in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . saw action at left guard in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw action at left guard in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense and allowed no QB sacks . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . started at

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2012 - - Listed as second team split end following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one solo tackle on special teams . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 45-24 win over Indiana . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Saw action in four games, recording three solo tackles and three assists on special teams . . . saw first action of career in 38-28 win at Michigan, recording one solo tackle and one assist on special teams . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, recording one solo tackle on special teams . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, recording one solo tackle on special teams . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, recording two assisted tackles on special teams . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior and was second team as a junior . . . named to St. Louis Rams Golden all-Metro team and St. Louis American allAmerican team . . . was first team all-conference as a senior and second team as a junior . . . Career - - earned two varsity letters as wide receiver and free safety . . . recorded 45 receptions for 736 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior, with 79 tackles on defense . . . gained 237 yards and scored three touchdowns on 16 receptions as a junior . . . had 55 tackles and three interceptions as junior . . . team captain and MVP as a senior . . . helped prep team win state title as a junior... team returned to state playoffs as a senior . . . also earned two letters in basketball. Personal - - Born 1/8/92 . . . leisure studies major . . . Honor Roll student throughout prep career . . . one of two players from St. Louis area on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as LB Christian Kirksey . . . parents are Karen and Don Schumpert . . . high school coach was Mike Jones.

Career Defensive Bests Tackles: __________________ 2, twice, last at Indiana, 11/06/10 Solos: ____________________ 1, three times, last vs. Mich. State, 10/30/10 Assists: ___________________ 2 at Indiana, 11/06/10


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES Game-by-Game Receiving Stats 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ___ DNP Pitt __________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - ULM _________ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at PSU ______ DNP N’western ___ DNP Indiana _____ DNP at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ____ DNP Mich. State __ DNP at Purdue ___ DNP at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Totals _______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - -

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois _________ DNP IA State __________ DNP at Arizona ________ DNP Ball State _________ DNP Penn State ________ DNP at Michigan ________ 1-1 Wisconsin _________ 1-0 Mich. State ________ 1-0 at Indiana _________ 0-2 at N’western ______ DNP Ohio State ________ DNP at Minnesota ______ DNP Missouri (n) _______ DNP Totals ____________ 3-3

2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ____________1-0 at IA State _________DNP Pitt ________________0-0 ULM _______________0-0 at PSU ____________DNP N’western _________DNP Indiana ___________DNP at Minn. ____________0-0 Michigan __________DNP Mich. State ________DNP at Purdue __________DNP at Nebraska ________DNP Oklahoma (n) ______DNP Totals _____________1-0

10 - - *Collin Sleeper Defensive Back 6-2, 200, Senior Solon, Iowa (Solon HS) 2012 - - Listed as co-second team strong safety following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 11 games, recording nine solo tackles and five assists . . . started at strong safety in 34-9 opening win over Tennessee Tech, recording one solo tackle and two assists in first career action . . . started at strong safety in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, recording four solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan, recording one solo tackle and one assist . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue, recovering blocked punt as defense allowed just 282 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Did not see any game action. 2009 - - Did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted after joining team as a walk-on.

Career Statistics

High school honors - - Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a junior and senior . . . Career - - team captain for prep team that claimed state title in his senior season . . . played in eight of 13 games as a senior due to injury . . . gained 661 yards (5.8 average) total offense as a senior, with eight touchdowns . . . collected four receiving touchdowns and 33 tackles and one interception on defense . . . rushed 88 times for 781 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior . . . also had 131 receiving yards (two touchdowns) and 28 tackles on defense.

Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - Career ____________ 0____________ 0 __________ - - - __________0 __________ - - -

Personal - - Born 1/28/90 . . . interdepartmental studies major . . . parents are Angela and Paul Sleeper . . . one of three players from Solon on Iowa roster . . . attended same high school as PK Marshall Koehn and LB James Morris . . . high school coach was Kevin Miller.

Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 3 ____ 3_____ 6 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 1 ____ 0_____ 1 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Career ______ 4 ____ 3_____ 7 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______0 _____0 ____0

58 - - Eric Simmons Offensive Line 6-2, 295, Sophomore Madrid, Iowa (Madrid HS) Iowa Western CC Hawk-Item - - Enrolled in spring semester classes and participated in spring practice. 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. Junior college - - Played one season at Iowa Western Community College . . . earned first team all-conference honors in his only season . . . earned academic all-region recognition . . . junior college coach was Scott Strohmeier. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors for three straight years . . . was first team all-conference for three years after earning honorable mention recognition as a freshman . . . named to All-Toyota of Des Moines team as a senior . . . Career - - four-year letterman as offensive and defensive lineman and linebacker . . . helped prep team reach state semifinals for three straight seasons before advancing to title game as a senior . . . helped prep team compile 46-6 record over four seasons, establishing school record for four-year period . . . team captain as a senior . . . as a senior recorded 80 tackles, including seven tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries . . . also earned four letters in track and baseball and three in basketball . . . holds school (60-0) and conference records (58-11) in the shot put . . . won Drake Relays title in the shot put.

Career Defensive Bests Tackles: __________________ Solos: ____________________ Assists: ___________________ Recovered Fumble: _________

5 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 4 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 2 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/10 1 at Purdue (blk. punt), 11/19/11

Game-by-Game Defensive Stats 2011 ________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech ___________ 1-2 at IA State _________ 4-1 Pitt _______________ 0-1 ULM ______________ 0-0 at PSU ___________ DNP N’western _________ 1-0 Indiana ___________ 1-0 at Minn. ___________ 1-0 Michigan __________ 1-1 Mich. State ________ 0-0 at Purdue _________ 0-0 at Nebraska ________ 0-0 Oklahoma (n) _____ DNP Totals ____________ 9-5

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ___Int-Yds. __ PBU ___ FF __ RF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 0 ____ 0_____ 0 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____0 Junior ______ 9 ____ 5_____ 14 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______ 0 _____0 ____1 Career ______ 9 ____ 5_____14 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______0-0 ______0 _____0 ____1

Personal - - Born 8/26/92 . . . civil engineering major . . . Presidential Scholar . . . parents are Cherri and Steve Simmons . . . high school coach was Randy Hinkel.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 35 - - Gavin Smith

83 - - *Steven Staggs

Defensive Back 5-10, 175, Junior North Liberty, Iowa (Iowa City West HS)

Wide Receiver 6-3, 195, Senior Oskaloosa, Iowa (Oskaloosa HS)

2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice.

2012 - - Listed as second team wide receiver following spring practice.

2011 - - Redshirted. Junior college - - Played two seasons at Iowa Central CC in Ft. Dodge, Iowa . . . was second team all-region for two years . . . recorded 60 tackles and eight interceptions as a sophomore . . . returned two interceptions for touchdowns . . . junior college coach was Kevin Twait. High school honors - - Named to all-area team as a senior . . . earned second team allconference honors as a sophomore . . . Career - - set school record with three interceptions in a game . . . earned three letters as wide receiver and defensive back . . . also lettered in track (3) and basketball (1) . . . member of state championship 4 x 100-relay team. Personal - - Born 12/04/90 . . . communication studies major . . . earned academic allconference honors . . . parents are Tonya and Gerry Smith . . . high school coach was Brian Sauser.

2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2011 - - saw action in 10 games, recording five receptions for 45 yards . . . saw first action of career in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe, recording first career reception for three yards as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . career-best three receptions for 36 yards vs. MSU . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, recording one reception for six yards. 2010 - - Did not see any game action.

19 - - Cody Sokol (SO-kul) Quarterback 6-2, 215, Junior Phoenix, Ariz. (Scottsdale CC) (Desert Vista HS) Hawk-Item - - Enrolled in spring semester classes and participated in spring practice. 2012 - - Listed as co-second team quarterback following spring practice. Junior college - - First team all-conference and all-region as a sophomore, along with earning second team All-America honors . . . named Region Player of the Year as a sophomore and was also all-region as a freshman . . . passed for 3,807 yards and 43 touchdowns as a sophomore, completing 253-of424 attempts, with 10 interceptions . . . set school records for single game passing yardage (542) and touchdowns (seven) . . . passed for 2,443 yards and 24 touchdowns as a freshman . . . junior college coach was Doug Madoski. High school honors - - First team all-region and first team all-conference as a junior . . . Career - - played in just three games as a senior due to injury . . . earned three varsity letters while playing quarterback, linebacker and defensive back . . . team captain as a senior . . . named U.S. Air Force Player of the Week before being injured . . . completed 45of-87 passes for 728 yards and five touchdowns as a senior, with three interceptions . . . as a junior completed 96-of-181 pass attempts for 1,419 yards and 16 touchdowns, with seven interceptions . . . also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal - - Born 3/19/92 in Des Moines, Iowa . . . leisure studies major . . . three-year member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are mother is Kim Sokol . . . high school coach was Dan Hinds.

49 - - Melvin Spears Defensive End 6-2, 255, Redshirt Freshman Allen, Texas (Allen HS) 2012 - - Listed as third team defensive end following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Two-time unanimous first team allconference selection . . . 2010 district defensive Most Valuable Player . . . 2010 Collin County Defensive Most Valuable Player . . . Dallas Morning News Defensive Player of the Year finalist . . . all-Dallas/Fort Worth first team linebacker . . . second team all-conference selection as a sophomore . . . Career - - finished with 250 tackles (159 solo), 16 tackles for loss, seven QB sacks, three interceptions and five forced fumbles during his three-year varsity career . . . helped team post a 35-5 record, which included an 18-1 district mark, and a 2008 state championship . . . led team to Bi-District title as both a junior and senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . totaled 105 tackles (67 solo), with four tackles for loss, two QB sacks, five forced fumbles and three interceptions as a senior . . . collected 91 tackles (57 solo) with 10 tackles for loss and two QB sacks as a junior . . . recorded 54 tackles (35 solo), with three QB sacks, as a sophomore. Personal - - Born 11/6/92 . . . open major . . . member of the National Honor Society, graduating with a 3.50 GPA . . . parents are Christi and Melvin Spears . . . high school coach was Tom Westerberg.

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2009 - - Did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned first team all-conference honors as a junior and senior after earning honorable mention recognition as a sopohmore . . . Career - - earned three letters as wide receiver and defensive back, while also handling punting duties and returning kicks . . . team captain . . . recorded 43 receptions for 785 yards and eight touchdowns, along with one punt return touchdown and 39 tackles and two interceptions on defense . . . had 10 catches for 228 yards and two scores as a junior, despite missing most of three games due to injury . . . 11 receptions for 251 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore . . . set school record for longest punt return (78 yards) . . . also earned four letters in track and field and three in basketball . . . member of school record relay teams in 4 & 100 and 4 X 200-meter relays. Personal - - Born 8/25/89 . . . health and sport studies major . . . one of two players from Oskaloosa on Iowa roster . . . parents are Jody and Gary Staggs . . . four-year member of prep Honor Roll . . . high school coach was Darrell Schumacher.

Career Receiving Bests Catches:__________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

3 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 36 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11 None 17 vs. Michigan State, 11/12/11

Game-by-Game Receiving Stats 2011 _______ No. ___Yds. __ TD _ Lng TN Tech ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at IA State ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Pitt _________ DNP ULM _________ 1 _____ 3 ____ 0 _____ 3 at PSU ______ DNP N’western ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Indiana ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Minn. ______ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Michigan ____ DNP Mich. State ___ 3 ____ 36 ____ 0 ____ 17 at Purdue ____ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - at Nebraska ___ 0 _____ 0 ____ 0 ___ - - Oklahoma (n) _ 1 _____ 6 ____ 0 _____ 6 Totals _______ 5 ____ 45____ 0 ____17

Career Statistics Receiving ________ No. __________Yds. ________ Avg. _________ TD _________ Lng Freshman _________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Sophomore ________ 0____________ 0 __________ 0.0___________0 __________ - - Junior ____________ 5___________ 45 __________ 9.0___________0 ___________17 Career ____________ 5___________ 45__________ 9.0 __________0 __________ 17


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 40 - - ***Jack Swanson Defensive Back 5-11, 200, Senior Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) 2012 - - Not listed on depth chart following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten for third straight season . . . 2011 - - saw action in six games, recording two solo tackles . . . saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . did not see action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 41-31 win over Northwestern . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska, but had no statistics . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, but had no statistics. 2010 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2010 - - saw action in all 13 games, recording two solo tackles and three assists . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 34-27 loss at Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, recording three assisted tackles as defense allowed just 112 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-3 win over Penn State, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 54 net rushing yards and 301 yards total offense . . . saw action in 38-28 win at Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 18-13 win at Indiana, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 2724 loss at Minnesota, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri, but had no statistics. 2009 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten. 2009 - - Saw action in all 13 games, recording four solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action on special teams in 17-16 win over Northern Iowa, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-3 win at Iowa State as defense collected six turnovers . . . recorded two solo tackles at ISU for first career stats . . . saw action in 27-17 win over Arizona, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 21-10 win at Penn State, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 24-21 win over Arkansas State, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 30-28 win over Michigan, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 20-10 win at Wisconsin, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 15-13 win at Michigan State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 42-24 win over Indiana, recording one solo tackle and one assist as defense allowed just 79 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 17-10 loss to Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 12-0 win over Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 24-14 Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech, but had no statistics.

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ QBH ___ In-Yd. _ PBU __FF Freshman ___ 4 ____ 1_____ 5 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Sophomore __ 2 ____ 3_____ 5 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Junior ______ 2 ____ 0_____ 2 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0 Career ______ 8 ____ 4_____12 ____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0

60 - - *Matt Tobin Offensive Line 6-6, 290, Senior Worthington, Iowa (Dyersville Beckman HS) 2012 - - Listed as first team left guard following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in all 13 games, with 10 starts at left guard . . . started at left guard in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . started at left guard and played every offensive down in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . started at left guard in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . started at left guard in 45-17 win over LouisianaMonroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . started at left guard in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . started at left guard in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense and allowed no QB sacks . . . started at left guard in 45-24 win over Indiana as offfense gained 456 yards total offense . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13thranked Michigan . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . recorded one solo tackle vs. MSU . . . started at left guard in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . started at left guard in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . started at left guard and played every offensive snap in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 - - Saw action in offensive line in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois . . . saw action in offensive line in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted after joining team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned second team all-state honors as a senior . . . named first team all-District and all-Area as a senior, being named captain of all-Area squad . . . Career - played both offensive and defensive line, serving as team captain . . . also earned two letters in baseball and track and field.

2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - First team all-state as a senior . . . News-Press Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-district as a sophomore and senior . . . honorable mention all-district as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a senior . . . honorable mention allconference as a sophomore and junior . . . Career - - collected 178 career tackles, five tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, six interceptions and nine pass break-ups . . . team captain . . . also lettered in track.

Personal - - Born 6/05/90 . . . geoscience major . . . member of prep High Honor Roll with 3.5 GPA . . . parents are Joyce and Jeff Tobin . . . high school coach was Bill Duffy.

90 - - Louis Trinca-Pasat (TRIN-kuh puh-sot) Defensive Line 6-3, 270, Sophomore Chicago, Ill. (Lane Tech HS)

Personal - - Born 8/8/89 . . . computer science major . . . named FHSAA 3A Citrus Bowl Scholar Athlete . . . four-time academic athlete . . . parents are Mary Ann and Mark Swanson . . . one of two players from Naples on Iowa roster . . . high school coach was Bill Kramer.

Hawk-Item - - enrolled at Iowa for spring semester and participated in 2010 spring practice.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 3 vs. Ball State, 9/25/10 Solos: ____________________ 2 at Iowa State, 9/12/09 Assists: ___________________ 3 vs. Ball State, 9/25/10

2012 - - Listed as first team defensive tackle following spring practice.

Game-By-Game Defensive Stats 2009 ________ Solo-Ast. Northern IA ________ 0-0 at IA State _________ 2-0 Arizona ___________ 0-0 at Penn State_______ 1-0 Ark. State __________ 0-0 Michigan __________ 0-0 at Wisconsin _______ 0-0 at Mich. State ______ 0-0 Indiana ___________ 1-1 N’western _________ 0-0 at Ohio State _______ 0-0 Minnesota _________ 0-0 GA Tech (n) ________ 0-0 Totals ____________ 4-1

2010 ________ Solo-Ast. E. Illinois ___________0-0 IA State ____________1-0 at Arizona __________0-0 Ball State ___________0-3 Penn State __________0-0 at Michigan _________0-0 Wisconsin __________0-0 Mich. State _________0-0 at Indiana __________0-0 at N’western ________0-0 Ohio State __________0-0 at Minnesota ________1-0 Missouri ____________0-0 Totals _____________2-3

2011 _________ Solo-Ast. TN Tech _____________0-0 at IA State __________DNP Pitt _______________DNP ULM _______________1-0 at PSU ______________0-0 N’western __________DNP Indiana _____________1-0 at Minn. ___________DNP Michigan __________DNP Mich. State _________DNP at Purdue __________DNP at Nebraska _________0-0 Oklahoma (n) ________0-0 Totals ______________2-0

2011 - - Saw first action of career in 45-24 win over Indiana, recording one assisted tackle . . . did not see action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . did not see action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 31-21 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . did not see action in Insight Bowl. 2010 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Honorable mention all-state as a junior . . . named all-conference as a sophomore and first team all-city as a junior and senior . . . team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters . . . team captain as a senior . . . led high school team to an 11-3 record and Chicago city championship as a junior . . . also lettered in basketball and track.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES Personal - - Born 9/7/91 . . . sport studies major . . . graduated with a 4.2 GPA . . . one of two players from Chicago on Iowa roster . . . parents are Estera and Vasile Trinca-Pasat . . . high school coach was Rich Rio.

Career Bests Tackles: __________________ 1 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 Solos: ____________________ None Assists: ___________________ 1 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11

Career Statistics Defense __ Solo __ Ast. __Total __T/Loss __ Sacks ____ QBH ___ In-Yd. _ PBU __FF Freshman ___ 0 ____ 1_____ 1 _____ 0/0 ____ 0/0 ______ 0______ 0-0 ____0 ____0

75 - - Dean Tsopanides (so-puh-NYE-des) Defensive Line 6-2, 240, Redshirt Freshman Torrington, CT (Torrington HS) 2012 - - Listed as second team defensive tackle following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Special Teams. High school honors - - Elected to 1929 Gridiron Club as one of best all-time players in state of Connecticut . . . named to Walter Camp team as one of top five linemen in Connecticut as a senior . . . selected to play in 13th annual Governor’s Cup all-star game (Connecticut vs. Rhode Island) . . . earned first team all-state honors as a junior and senior . . . was first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . Career - - team MVP as a senior and named Best Defensive Player as a junior . . . team captain as a senior . . . earned two varsity letters in football as offensive and defensive lineman, helping team post 7-3 record as a senior . . . recorded 70 total tackles as a senior, including 40 solo stops and nine QB sacks . . . recorded 65 tackles and 13 QB sacks as a junior . . . recorded two QB sacks in Governor’s Cup all-star game as Connecticut defeated Rhode Island, 37-6 . . . also competed in wrestling, earning Class L state championship at 215 pounds as a senior while posting 42-5 overall record . . . placed third in state tournament as a junior. Personal - - Born 1/23/93 . . . political science and economics major . . . parents are Darlene and Timmy Tsopanides . . . high school coach was Dan Dunaj.

16 - - ***James Vandenberg Quarterback 6-3, 212, Senior Keokuk, Iowa (Keokuk HS) Hawk-Item - - First native Iowan to start opening game at quarterback since 2001 (Kyle McCann) . . . tied for third in single-season touchdown passes (25) and ranks fourth in season passing yards (3,022) and ninth in career passing yards (3,537) . . . 399 passing yards vs. Pittsburgh tied as seventh best single-game total in school history, while 31 completions ranks fourth best and 48 attempts ties as seventh best . . . one of five seniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of five juniors named to 2011 Leadership Group . . . one of two sophomores named to 2010 Leadership Group . . . of two redshirt freshmen named to 2009 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as first team quarterback following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Named to Capital One/CoSIDA District Six Academic All-America team . . . academic all-Big Ten . . . Permanent Team Captain, Offense . . . honorable mention Quarterback of the Week from College Football Performance Awards in wins over Pittsburgh, Louisiana-Monroe and Indiana . . . Big Ten Conference offensive Player of the Week vs. Pittsburgh . . . nominated for Manning Award “Starts of the Week” vs. Pittsburgh . . . nominated for Quarterback Performance of the Year vs. Pittsburgh . . . 2011 - - started all 13 games, completing 237-404 pass attempts for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, with seven interceptions . . . also rushed for 61 yards on 78 attempts and scored three touchdowns . . . ranked third in the Big Ten in passing yards per game (232.5), fourth in total offense (237.2) and fifth in pass efficiency (138.5) in 2011 . . . 13 of 25 scoring passes covered over 20 yards . . . started at quarterback in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . completed 13-21 attempts for 219 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions . . . scoring strikes covered 88 and 19 yards . . . also rushed four times for 13 yards, including a one-yard touchdown for first career score . . . had career-best four touchdown passes in win over Indiana . . . three scoring passes vs. Louisiana-Monroe, Pittsburgh and Purdue . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . completed 16-28 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns at ISU . . . had six-yard touchdown pass in first quarter and 23-yard scoring strike in second overtime . . . also rushed seven times for 19 yards . . . started at quarterback in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense

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. . . completed 31-48 passes for 399 yards and three touchdowns in win over Pittsburgh . . . scored on one-yard run for second touchdown of the season . . . led second half rally with touchdown passes of 14, 25 and 22 yards, all in the fourth quarter . . . completed 10 straight passes in the second half and 17 of last 20 passes overall . . . started at quarterback in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense . . . completed 21-32 attempts for 270 yards and three touchdowns vs. ULM, while also scoring on one-yard run . . . scoring strikes covered 13, 17 and 23 yards to increase season totals to 10 touchdowns and just one interception . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . completed 17-34 passes for 169 yards, with two interceptions . . . also had career-high 12 rushing attempts for 10 yards . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards . . . completed 14-22 passes for 224 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception . . . scoring passes covered 47 yards in the second quarter and 35-yards in the fourth quarter . . . had 14-yard run on fourth down to set up final touchdown . . . started at quarterback in 4524 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . completed 12-16 passes for 253 yards and career-best four touchdowns, with no interceptions . . . scoring strikes covered 80, 24, 29 and one yard . . . also rushed for 11 yards, with a long of 24 yards . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as offense gained 446 yards total offense . . . completed 16-24 passes for 177 yards and a touchdown, with no interceptions vs. Minnesota . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . completed 14-21 passes for 171 yards and one touchdown, with no interceptions . . . completed one-yard scoring pass in second quarter while directing offense that had no turnovers . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . completed 22-47 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns vs. MSU, with one interception . . . scoring strikes covered eight and three yards . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . completed 22-32 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns . . . scoring strikes covered 26, 5 and 51 yards . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . completed 16-35 attempts for 182 yards, with one interception, and had four rushing yards on four attempts . . . started at quarterback in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma . . . completed 23-44 attempts for 216 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception . . . tossed scoring strikes of five and nine yards to lead Iowa to within 21-14 deficit in fourth quarter. 2010 - - Saw action in three games, completing 5-8 passes for 45 yards and one touchdown . . . saw action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois . . . completed all three pass attempts for 27 yards and gained 11 yards on two rushing attempts . . . saw action in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . gained 18 yards on three rushing attempts vs. Iowa State and had one incomplete pass . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . completed 2-4 passes for 18 yards, including a six-yard scoring strike . . . also gained three yards on only rushing attempt . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . did not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2009 - - saw action in four games, completing 42-87 pass attempts for 470 yards, with two touchdowns and five interceptions . . . saw first career action in 35-3 win at Iowa State . . . completed 2-3 passes for 38 yards at ISU . . . saw action in 17-10 loss to Northwestern . . . completed 9-27 passes for 82 yards, with one interception, and also had two rushing yards . . . started at quarterback in 27-24 overtime loss at Ohio State . . . completed 20-33 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns at OSU, with three interceptions . . . had nine-yard scoring pass to tie game in third period and 10-yard scoring strike to tie the game with 2:42 remaining . . . completed first seven pass attempts of the game in leading Iowa to 3-0 first period advantage . . . started at quarterback and played every offensive down in 12-0 win over Minnesota . . . completed 11-24 passes for 117 yards, with one interception. 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - EA Sports third team all-American . . . Iowa Class-3A Player of the Year as a senior . . . named Most Outstanding Player in Iowa and to all-America team by prepnation.com . . . one of top 10 quarterbacks in the nation and top 101 players nationally by prepnation.com . . . Iowa High School Offensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . captain of the Class-3A all-state team as a senior . . . first team all-state as a junior and senior . . . elite all-state selection as a senior . . . first team all-district as a junior and senior . . . KHQA News tri-state (Iowa, Illinois and Missouri) Player of the Year as a senior . . . Career - - Most prolific passer in Iowa high school history . . . holds 12 different Iowa high school passing records, including career passing yards (7,709), touchdown passes (93), single season passing yards (3,729 as a senior) and single season touchdown passes (49 as a senior) . . . ranks sixth all-time nationally in single-season completion percentage (70%) and 10th nationally in career completion percentage (64.6%) . . . passed for 1,325 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore . . . threw for 2,655 yards and 29 touchdowns as a junior . . . intercepted only seven times in 372 attempts as a senior . . . team captain . . . compiled 11 varsity letters . . . lettered three times in basketball and tennis and once in both baseball and golf . . . earned first team all-conference honors in basketball as a senior . . . won basketball team award (Chief Award) for leadership and hustle . . . two time tennis conference champion.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 70 - - **Brett Van Sloten (van SLOW-tin)

Personal - - Born 11/24/89 . . . integrative physiology major . . . academic all-state selection . . . member of National Honor Society . . . named to the Principal’s Honor Roll 16 times . . . Citizenship Award Winner . . . participant in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program . . . parents are Ann and Toby Vandenberg . . . high school coach was Jayson Campbell.

Offensive Line 6-7, 292, Junior Decorah, Iowa (Decorah HS)

Career Passing Bests Completions: _____________ Attempts: ________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________ 300-yard Games: ___________

31 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 48 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 399 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11 4 vs. Indiana, 10/22/11 88 vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/03/11 1 vs. Pittsburgh, 9/17/11

Career Rushing Bests Attempts: ________________ Yards: ____________________ Touchdowns: _____________ Long: ____________________

12 at Penn State, 10/08/11 19 at Iowa State, 9/10/11 1, three times, last vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9/24/11 24 vs. Indiana, 10/227/11

Game-By-Game Stats 2009 Passing _Com. _ At. _ Yds. _TD _ Int. _ Lng Northern IA ___ DNP ________________________ at IA State _____ 2____ 3 ___ 38 __ 0___ 0 ___ 35 Arizona ______ DNP ________________________ at Penn State __ DNP ________________________ Ark. State _____ DNP ________________________ Michigan _____ DNP ________________________ at Wisconsin __ DNP ________________________ at Mich. State _ DNP ________________________ Indiana ______ DNP ________________________ N’western _____ 9___ 27___ 82 __ 0___ 1 ___ 17 at Ohio State ___ 20 __ 33__ 233 __ 2___ 3 ___ 55 Minnesota _____ 11 __ 24__ 117 __ 0___ 1 ___ 28 GA Tech (n) ___ DNP ________________________ Totals ________ 42 __ 87__ 470__ 2 __ 5 ___ 55

2009 Rushing _ No._ Yds. _TD _Lng Northern IA ____ DNP at IA State ______ 1____0 __ 0__ - - Arizona _______ DNP at Penn State___ DNP Ark. State______ DNP Michigan ______ DNP at Wisconsin ___ DNP at Mich. State __ DNP Indiana _______ DNP N’western ______ 3____2 __ 0____ 8 at Ohio State ____ 3___ -5 __ 0____ 3 Minnesota______ 4___-39__ 0__ - - GA Tech (n) ____ DNP Totals _________ 11 __-42__ 0____ 8

2010 Passing _Com. _ At. _ Yds. _TD _ Int. _ Lng E. Illinois_______ 3____ 3 ___ 27 __ 0___ 0 ___ 14 IA State _______ 0____ 1 ___ 0 ___ 0___ 0 ___- - at Arizona ____ DNP ________________________ Ball State ______ 2____ 4 ___ 18 __ 1___ 0 ___ 12 Penn State ____ DNP ________________________ at Michigan ___ DNP ________________________ Wisconsin ____ DNP ________________________ Mich. State ___ DNP ________________________ at Indiana ____ DNP ________________________ at N’western __ DNP ________________________ Ohio State ____ DNP ________________________ at Minnesota __ DNP ________________________ Missouri (n) ___ DNP ________________________ Totals ________ 5____ 8 ___45 __ 1 __ 0 ___ 14

2010 Rushing _ No. Yds. _TD _Lng E. Illinois _______ 2___ 11 __ 0____ 8 IA State ________ 3___ 18 __ 0____ 9 at Arizona _____ DNP Ball State _______ 1____3 __ 0____ 3 Penn State_____ DNP at Michigan ____ DNP Wisconsin _____ DNP Mich. State ____ DNP at Indiana _____ DNP at N’western ___ DNP Ohio State _____ DNP at Minnesota___ DNP Missouri (n) ____ DNP Totals _________ 6___ 32 __ 0____ 9

2011 Passing _Com. _ At. _ Yds. _TD _ Int. _ Lng TN Tech _______ 13 __ 21__ 219 __ 2___ 0 ___ 88 at IA State _____ 16 __ 28__ 207 __ 2___ 0 ___ 32 Pitt ___________ 31 __ 48__ 399 __ 3___ 1 ___ 43 ULM__________ 21 __ 32__ 270 __ 3___ 0 ___ 23 at PSU ________ 17 __ 34__ 169 __ 0___ 2 ___ 26 N’western _____ 14 __ 22__ 224 __ 2___ 1 ___ 47 Indiana _______ 12 __ 16__ 253 __ 4___ 0 ___ 80 at Minn. _______ 16 __ 24__ 177 __ 1___ 0 ___ 27 Michigan ______ 14 __ 21__ 171 __ 1___ 0 ___ 44 Mich. State ____ 22 __ 47__ 262 __ 2___ 1 ___ 48 at Purdue______ 22 __ 32__ 273 __ 3___ 0 ___ 51 at Nebraska ____ 16 __ 35__ 182 __ 0___ 1 ___ 26 Oklahoma (n) __ 23 __ 44__ 216 __ 2___ 1 ___ 21 Totals _______ 237 _404 3,022 _ 25 __ 7 ___ 88

2011 Rushing _ No. Yds. _TD _Lng TN Tech ________ 4___ 13 __ 1____ 5 at IA State ______ 7___ 19 __ 0____ 7 Pitt ____________ 8___(-8)__ 1___ 15 ULM___________ 3____9 __ 1____ 6 at PSU _________ 12 __ 10 __ 0___ 14 N’western ______ 2___ 16 __ 0___ 14 Indiana ________ 9___ 11 __ 0___ 24 at Minn. ________ 7___ -5 __ 0____ 9 Michigan _______ 4___ -4 __ 0____ 6 Mich. State _____ 6____1 __ 0___ 16 at Purdue ______ 6___ -5 __ 0____ 7 at Nebraska _____ 4____4 __ 0___ 12 Oklahoma (n) ___ 6____0 __ 0___ 15 Totals _________ 78 __ 61 __ 3___24

Career Statistics Passing _______ Com. _____ At. _____ Freshman ______ 42 _______ 87 ______ Sophomore ______ 5 ________ 8 ______ Junior _________ 237 ______ 404 _____ Career _________284 ______499 _____

Pct. _____ Yds. ____ TD ____ Int. ____ Lng .483 ______470 _____ 2 ______ 5_______55 .625 ______ 45 ______ 1 ______ 0_______14 .587 _____ 3,022 _____25 _____ 7_______88 .569 _____3,537 ____28 _____ 12 _____ 88

Rushing _______ At. ______Yds. _____ Avg. ______ TD _____ Lng Freshman ______ 11 ______ (-42) ______ - - - ________0 ______ 8 Sophomore ______ 6 _______ 32 _______ 5.3 ________0 ______ 9 Junior _________ 78 _______ 61 _______ 0.8 ________3 ______24 Career _________ 95_______ 51_______ 0.5________3 ______24

Hawk-Item - - One of four juniors named to 2012 Leadership Group . . . one of four sophomores named to 2011 Leadership Group . . . one of two redshirt freshmen named to 2010 Leadership Group. 2012 - - Listed as first team right tackle following spring practice. 2011 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten for second straight year . . . 2011 - - saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech . . . saw action on special teams in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as offense gained 475 yards total offense . . . saw action in 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe as offense gained 453 yards total offense and allowed no sacks . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern as offense gained 379 yards total offense and allowed no QB sacks . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as offense gained 408 yards total offense . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska . . . saw extensive action at right tackle in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma. 2010 Honors - - Academic all-Big Ten . . . 2010 - - listed as second team right tackle following spring practice . . . saw action in offensive line in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois as offense gained 435 yards total offense . . . saw action in offensive line in 35-7 win over Iowa State as offense gained 479 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State as offense gained 562 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . saw action on special teams in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . saw action on special teams in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . saw action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . saw action on special teams in 18-13 win at Indiana as offense gained 445 yards total offense . . . saw action on special teams in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . saw action on special teams in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . saw action on special teams in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri. 2009 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - First team elite all-state as a senior . . . second team all-state selection as a junior . . . three-time all-district pick, including first team honors as a junior and senior . . . led team to state championship in 2008 . . . Career - - had 29 receptions for 395 yards and six touchdowns . . . amassed 168.5 career tackles, including five QB sacks . . . also served as team’s punter . . . team captain as a senior . . . also lettered in basketball, track and field and baseball. Personal - - Born 11/2/90 . . . mamagement major . . . parents are Kendra and Doug Van Sloten . . . academic all-district selection as a junior and senior . . . high school coach was Bill Post.

65 - - Jordan Walsh Offensive Line 6-4, 270, Redshirt Freshman Glendale Heights, Ill. (Glenbard West HS) 2012 - - Listed as third team right guard following spring practice. 2011 - - Redshirted. 2011 Honors - - Team Leader Award, Offense. High school honors - - Offense-Defense All-American and second team Rivals All-American as a senior . . . named first team all-state by the Illinois Coaches Association, Rivals and Chicago Tribune as both a junior and senior . . . named to six all-area teams, including the Pioneer Press, DuPage County Daily Herald, Tom Lemming/NCSA, Chicago Sun Times and ESPN Chicago, as a junior and senior . . . two-time first team all-conference selection by the West Suburban Silver coaches . . . was a junior All-American by MaxPreps . . . named the Chicago Sun Times and Sportspower.com Player of the Week during junior campaign . . . Career - - threeyear starter in offensive line at either guard or tackle, helping prep team post three-year record of 35-4 . . . led prep team to three consecutive conference championship and a runner-up state finish as a junior, a semifinal appearance as a sophomore and a quarterfinal showing as a senior . . . had 206 pancake blocks and did not allow a sack during three-year varsity career . . . earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track. Personal - - Born 12/11/92 . . . open major . . . parents are Natalie and Orlando Walsh… high school coach was Chad Hetlet.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYES 45 - - Mark Weisman Fullback 6-0, 225, Sophomore Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Stevenson HS) 2012 - - Listed as co-second team fullback following spring practice. 2011 - - Did not see any game action. 2010 - - Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. High school honors - - Earned first team all-state, all-area and all-conference honors as a senior . . . was all-county, all-area and all-conference as a junior . . . Career - - earned three football letters as fullback and linebacker . . . also earned three letters in track . . . helped football team earn three straight trips to state playoffs . . . team captain as a senior . . . rushed 153 times for 1,657 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior . . . rushed 182 times for 1,149 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior. Personal - - Born 10/28/91 . . . health and human studies major . . . parents are Ilene and Larry Weisman . . . high school coach was Bill Mitz.

2009 - - Listed as co-second team quarterback following spring practice . . . did not see any game action. 2008 - - Redshirted. High school honors - - Elite 11 quarterback . . . finalist for the Joe Montana Quarterback of the Year award . . . Prepstar.com Top 300 all-American team selection . . . Football Coaches Association first team all-state quarterback as a junior and senior . . . first team all conference quarterback as a junior and senior . . . Chicago Sun-Times first team all-state punter as a senior . . . first team all-conference punter as a junior and senior . . . first team all-conference defensive end as a sophomore and junior . . . Career - - holds conference record for singleseason touchdown passes (34 as both a junior and senior) . . . completed career with 6,070 passing yards and 68 touchdowns . . . threw just nine interceptions in 620 attempts . . . also had 102 rushes for 441 yards and four touchdowns . . . collected 113 tackles, six sacks, one interception and three forced fumbles as a defensive end . . . punted 36 times for a 39.1 average as a junior and 14 times for a 41.1 average as a senior . . . team captain . . . earned 14 varsity letters . . . lettered four times in baseball and three times in both basketball and track. Personal - - Born 11/29/89 . . . health and sport studies major . . . parents are Robyn and Stan Wienke . . . high school coach was his father, Stan Wienke.

Career Bests Pass Attempts: ____________ 1, twice, last vs. Oklahoma, 12/30/11

14 - - *John Wienke (WINK-ee) Punter/Quarterback 6-5, 220, Senior Tuscola, Ill. (Tuscola HS) 2012 - - Listed as co-first team punter following spring practice. 2011 - - Saw action in 34-7 opening win over Tennessee Tech as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in triple-overtime loss at Iowa State as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 31-27 win over Pittsburgh as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 4517 win over Louisiana-Monroe as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 13-3 loss at Penn State as holder on single field goal attempt . . . saw action in 41-31 win over Northwestern as holder on field goal and PAT attempts . . . saw action in 45-24 win over Indiana as offense gained 456 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . also held for all field goal and PAT attempts . . . saw action in 22-21 loss at Minnesota as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 24-16 win over 13th-ranked Michigan as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 37-21 loss to Michigan State as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 31-21 win at Purdue as holder for all PAT and field goal attempts . . . saw action in 20-7 loss at Nebraska as holder on placements . . . saw action in Insight Bowl loss to Oklahoma, with only pass attempt being intercepted . . . held on all placements. 2010 - - Saw action in one game . . . did not see action in 37-7 opening win over Eastern Illinois . . . saw first action of career in 35-7 win over Iowa State, with one incomplete pass . . . did not see action in 34-27 loss at Arizona . . . saw action in 45-0 win over Ball State, but had no statistics . . . did not see action in 24-3 win over Penn State . . . did not see action in 38-28 win at Michigan . . . did not see action in 31-30 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 37-6 win over fifth-ranked Michigan State . . . dod not see action in 18-13 win at Indiana . . . did not see action in 21-17 loss at Northwestern . . . did not see action in 20-17 loss to Ohio State . . . did not see action in 27-24 loss at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 27-24 Insight Bowl win over 12th-ranked Missouri.

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Career Statistics Passing _______ Com. _____ At. _____ Freshman _______ 0 ________ 0 ______ Sophomore ______ 0 ________ 1 ______ Junior __________ 0 ________ 1 ______ Totals __________ 0 ________ 2 ______

Pct. _____ Yds. ____ TD ____ Int. ____ Lng .000 _______0 ______ 0 ______ 0______ - - .000 _______0 ______ 0 ______ 0______ - - .000 _______0 ______ 0 ______ 1______ - - .000 _______0 ______ 0 ______ 1______ - - -


2012 IOWA HAWKEYE NEWCOMERS 16 - - C.J. Beathard (BETH-urd)

28 - - Maurice Fleming

Quarterback 6-2, 180, Freshman Franklin, Tenn. (Battle Ground Academy)

Defensive Back 6-0, 185, Freshman Chicago, Ill. (Curie Metropolitan HS)

High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior . . . runner-up for “Mr. Football Award� in Tennessee as a senior . . . co-captain and starting quarterback for West team in Tennessee state all-star game . . . led quarterbacks in all-star game by completing 14-of-21 attempts for 146 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions . . . named first team all-region and region MVP as a junior and senior . . . named second team all-state as a junior . . . Career - - led state of Tennessee in passing yards, completions and touchdowns as a junior and senior . . . passed for 2,148 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior, completing 64 percent of pass attempts . . . totaled 2,408 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior, completing 58 percent of pass attempts . . . passed for 900 yards and eight touchdowns in five games as a sophomore . . . team advanced to state playoffs three straight years . . . led team to D-IIAA state semifinals as a junior . . . team captain as a senior . . . four-year letterman in both football and baseball.

High school honors - - Earned all-state honors as a senior . . . was first team all-conference and all-city as a junior after earning second team all-conference honors as a sophomore . . . Career - - earned four letters as defensive back and quarterback . . . team won Chicago Public League title in 2010 and advanced to state playoffs four straight years . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . completed 19-of-29 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns as a senior, while rushing for 103 yards and a touchdown and recording 15 tackles and one interception on defense . . . as a junior rushed for 1,003 yards and 17 touchdowns while completing 165-of-265 passes for 2,011 yards and 18 touchdowns . . . recorded 47 tackles and three interceptions on defense . . . as a sophomore completed 102-of-198 passes for 1,409 yards and 14 touchdowns and rushed for 502 yards and 11 scores . . . rushed 49 times for 195 yards and a touchdown as a freshman . . . also lettered in basketball and track

Personal - - Born 11/16/93 . . . open major . . . member of National Honor Society . . . member of high school Honor Roll and Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honors Scholar) . . . parents are Susan and Casey Beathard . . . high school coaches were Roc Batten and Marty Euverard.

Personal - - Born 12/06/93 . . . open major . . . one of two players from Chicago on Iowa roster . . . mother is Rochelle Harper . . . high school coach was Tyson LeBlanc.

12 - - Anthony Gair 14 - - Kevin Buford Defensive Back 5-10, 170, Freshman Canton, Mich. (Canton HS) High school honors - - Earned first team all-state, all-metro and all-conference honors as a senior . . . second team all-state as a junior . . . first team all-conference and all-metro as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a sophomore . . . Career - - three-year varsity letterman as wide receiver and defensive back, while also used on punt and Kickoff returns . . . helped prep team advance to state playoffs four straight seasons . . . team captain as a senior . . . totaled 891 all-purpose yards and eight touchdowns as a senior . . . also had three punt returns for 104 yards and one touchdown . . . recorded 29 tackles on defense, with one interception return for a touchdown . . . as a junior rushed 97 times for 1,106 yards, averaging 100.5 yards per game . . . also had three receptions for 97 yards and collected 35 tackles and one fumble recovery on defense. Personal - - Born 4/12/94 . . . business major . . . parents are Tamika Higgins and Kevin Buford, Sr. . . . high school coach was Tim Baechler.

7 - - Sean Draper Defensive Back 6-0, 180, Freshman Cleveland, Ohio (Glenville HS) High school honors - - Earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior . . . first team all-conference as a senior . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters as defensive back and wide receiver, while also being used on punt and kickoff returns . . . helped team advance to state playoffs three straight years, compiling 31-6 record . . . team captain as a senior . . . recorded 40 tackles as a senior, with four interceptions and three forced fumbles . . . had 10 punt return touchdowns, four receiving touchdowns and an interception return touchdown . . . collected 40 tackles as a junior, with three interceptions and three forced fumbles . . . also competed in track . . . member of state championship 800-meter relay unit during indoor season. Personal - - Born 6/14/94 . . . pre-medicine major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . mother is Lisa Debose . . . high school coach was Ted Ginn.

56 - - Faith Ekakitie (ee-KACK-uh-tee) Defensive Line 6-3, 275, Freshman Brampton, Ontario Lake Forest, Ill. (Lake Forest, Ill. Academy) High school honors - - Participated in USA vs. World All-American game and selected to US Marine All-American game . . . first team all-state as a senior by both the Chicago Sun Times and Chicago Tribune . . . named first team all-Catholic League . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters as defensive lineman . . . team captain as a senior . . . collected 62 tackles as a senior, with 12 sacks, four forced fumbles and one interception . . . recorded 58 tackles as a junior, including 15 sacks, while scoring one touchdown . . . also lettered in basketball and track. Personal - - Born 4/05/93 . . . kinesiology major . . . parents are Grace and Jimoh Ekakitie . . . high school coach was Ted Stewart.

Defensive Back 6-2, 195, Freshman Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Christian) High school honors - - Earned all-district honors as a junior and senior . . . Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore . . . Career - - four-year letterman as defensive back . . . member of state championship team as a sophomore and junior . . . recorded 122 tackles, two sacks and one interception as a senior . . . 116 tackles, three sacks and an interception as a junior . . . recorded 185 tackles as a sophomore, including 102 solo stops . . . also three-year track letterman, competing in sprints and relays . . . state champion in 400 meter dash. Personal - - Born 5/18/94 in New Orleans . . . business major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . graduated Cum Laude . . . earned Academic Achievement Award . . . parents are Raquel Gair and Rodney Morgan . . . high school coach was Chris Cunningham.

4 - - Greg Garmon Running Back 6-1, 200, Freshman Erie, Pa. (McDowell HS) High school honors - - selected to compete in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl following senior season . . . earned first team all-state honors as a senior after being named second team as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and senior . . . Career - - three-year letterman in football, helping prep team post a 23-9 record . . . career totals include 2,859 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns . . . rushed for 1,050 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior . . . had 11 touchdowns and 1,225 rushing yards as a junior . . . rushed for 584 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore . . . also three-year letterman in track. Personal - - Born 12/26/92 . . . open major . . . parents are Noelle and Mike Colpoys . . . high school coach was Mark Soboleski.

3 - - Barkley Hill Running Back 6-0, 210, Freshman Denver, Iowa (Cedar Falls HS) High school honors - - Named to Parade All-America team as a senior . . . ESPN Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior . . . named Offensive Player of the Year by the Cedar Rapids Gazette . . . candidate for 2011 Ed Thomas Award . . . named first team running back on Des Moines Register Elite all-state team as junior and senior . . . first team all-state by Iowa Newspaper Association as junior and senior . . . Class 4A all-state team captain as a senior . . . first team all-Mississippi Valley Conference and conference Most Valuable Player as junior and senior . . . named third team all-state as a sophomore . . . first team all-conference as a sophomore . . . Career - - earned three letters as running back, linebacker and punter . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . rushed for over 6,000 yards and 89 touchdowns in three seasons . . . helped prep team post three-year mark of 30-6, reaching state playoffs each year and advancing to semifinals as a senior . . . holds school records for touchdowns in a game (six) and season (40) . . . holds school, conference and state record with 89 career touchdowns . . . 316 attempts for 2,493 yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior, leading Cedar Falls to an 11-2 record as a senior . . . rushed 230 times for 1,795 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior . . . gained 1,839 yards and scored 23 touchdowns on 238 rushing attempts as a sophomore . . . also three-year letterman in track, competing in sprints, high jump and long jump . . . member of 400-meter relay team that holds school record (42.07). Personal - - Born 11/27/93 . . . open major . . . parents are Kathy and Johnny Hill . . . high school coaches were Pat Mitchell and Brad Remmert.

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2012 IOWA HAWKEYE NEWCOMERS 67 - - Jaleel Johnson Defensive Line 6-4, 300, Freshman Westchester, Ill. (Montini Catholic HS) High school honors - - Earned prep All-America recognition as a senior . . . first team allstate, all-conference and all-area as a senior in only season at Montini Catholic . . . first team all-area as a junior at St. Joseph’s High School . . . Career - - three-year starter as offensive and defensive lineman . . . helped prep team post 12-2 record as a senior while winning state championship . . . team captain as a senior . . . recorded 80 tackles as a senior, including five tackles for loss, three sacks and nine pressures . . . also earned two letters as a heavyweight wrestler. Personal - - Born 7/12/94 in Brooklyn, N.Y. . . . sociology major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Tina and Ralph Johnson . . . high school coach was Chris Andriano.

74 - - Mitch Keppy Offensive Line 6-5, 290, Freshman Port Byron, Ill. (Riverdale HS) High school honors - - Named to Max Prep All-America team . . . first team all-state as a senior . . . named to all-area team four straight years by Moline Dispatch . . . named to first team and team captain on all-Western Illinois team by Quad City Times . . . first team allconference on both offense and defense as a senior . . . first team all-conference on defense as a sophomore and junior after earning second team as a freshman . . . second team allconference on offense as sophomore and junior after earning honorable mention honors as a freshman . . . Career - - four-year varsity letterman as offensive and defensive lineman . . . helped prep team reach state playoffs as sophomore and senior . . . team captain as junior and senior . . . recorded 69 tackles as a senior, with four tackles for loss and two sacks . . . also had two recovered fumbles and scored one touchdown . . . recorded 106 tackles as a junior, 73 tackles as a sophomore and 56 tackles as a freshman . . . also competed in baseball and wrestling, earning first team all-conference honors in wrestling . . . placed second in state wrestling meet as a sophomore and junior. Personal - - Born 8/21/93 in Davenport, Iowa . . . open major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Lori and Myron Keppy . . . father was a former Hawkeye lineman (1985-88) . . . high school coach was Nick Schroder.

46 - - George Kittle Athlete 6-4, 210, Freshman Norman, Okla. (Norman HS)

High school honors - - Earned all-state, all-district and all-conference honors as a senior . . . Career - - earned two varsity letters while playing tight end, wide receiver, linebacker and defensive back . . . helped prep team reach state playoffs as a junior and senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . averaged 11.6 yards on 26 receptions as a senior, with five touchdowns, and also recorded five interceptions on defense . . . recorded 24 receptions and scored five touchdowns as a junior and had five interceptions . . . also earned two letters as basketball power forward. Personal - - Born 10/09/93 in Madison, Wis. . . . communications/sports broadcasting major . . . member of Dean’s List . . . parents are Jan Krieger and Bruce Kittle . . . his father, Bruce Kittle, is former Iowa offensive lineman and was co-captain of Iowa’s 1982 Rose Bowl team . . . Bruce is also currently tight ends and tackles coach at Oklahoma . . . high school coach was Greg Nation.

98 - - Connor Kornbrath (KORN-brayth Kicker 6-6, 215, Freshman Bridgeport, W.V. (Bridgeport HS) High school honors - - Earned first team all-state and all-conference honors as a junior and senior . . . Career - - holds school records for longest field goal (51 yards as a junior), field goals in a season (nine as a senior), field goals in a playoff game (three) and longest field goal in a playoff game (48 yards) . . . set state playoff record for longest field goal (48 yards) and most field goals in a game (three) . . . helped prep team post 38-3 record over final three seasons . . . made 9-of-14 field goal attempts as a senior, with a long of 49 yards . . . also made 54-of-56 PATs . . . one game-winning field goal of 34 yards . . . averaged 39.5 yards punting with a long of 54 yards and 35 of 73 kickoffs were touchbacks . . . converted 7-of-12 field goals as a junior, with a long of 51 yards, and 36-of-40 PATs . . . punting average of 37.1 yards, with a long of 48 yards . . . connected on two game-winning field goals (33 and 44 yards) . . . three-year letterman in football and basketball and one in soccer . . . team co-captain in both football and basketball.

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Personal - - Born 9/15/93 in New Britain, Conn. . . . sports journalism major . . . member of prep Highest Honor Roll and member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Barbara and Brian Kornbrath . . . high school coach was Josh Nicewarner.

25 - - Ruben Lile Defensive Back 6-3, 200, Freshman Detroit, Mich. (Cass Technical HS) High school honors - - Earned first team all-state and all-metro honors as a senior . . . was second team all-city and all-metro as a junior . . . Career - - started two years as defensive back and wide receiver, while also handled kicking duties as a prep . . . team captain as a senior . . . helped prep team win state title as a senior with 12-3 overall record . . . prep team was 12-1 as a junior, reaching state semifinals . . . as a senior recorded 50 receptions for 800 yards and 12 touchdowns, while collecting 87 tackles and 25 pass break-ups on defense . . . as a junior totaled 470 yards and four touchdowns on 25 receptions, while collecting 47 tackles, two interceptions and 20 pass break-ups on defense . . . had 32 touchbacks while handling kicking duties as a junior. Personal - - Born 9/27/94 . . . pre-med major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . attended same high school as LB Laron Taylor . . . parents are Robin Lile and George Bass . . . high school coach was Thomas Wilcher.

88 - - Greg Mabin (MAY-bin) Wide Receiver 6-2, 190, Freshman Plantation, Fla. (Calvary Christian Academy) High school honors - - Selected to participate in Broward Beach Bowl (private vs. public schools) as a senior and earned Championship Performance Award . . . earned first team all-county honors on offense as a senior and second team honors on defense . . . honorable mention all-state as a junior and second team as a sophomore . . . second team all-county as a sophomore and junior . . . Career - - earned three varsity letters while playing wide receiver and defensive back and kick returner . . . totaled 877 yards and 15 touchdowns on 52 receptions as a senior, with one rushing touchdown and two interceptions and a touchdown on defense . . . had 59 receptions for 1,094 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior, with one KO return touchdown and two interceptions . . . 42 receptions for 906 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore, with one interception also had punt return touchdown that led to win over fourth-ranked team in the state . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . earned two letters in basketball and track . . . holds school records in 100 and 200 meter dashes. Personal - - Born 6/25/94 . . . exercise science major . . . member of Principal’s Honor Roll . . . parents are Dr. Wesley and Arlette Mabin . . . high school coach was Kirk Hoza.

34 - - Nate Meier (MYER) Athlete 6-2, 235, Freshman Tabor, Iowa (Fremont-Mills HS) High school honors - - Named eight-man Player of the Year as a senior . . . first team all-state running back as a junior and senior, and captain of all-state team as a senior . . . first team alldistrict as defensive lineman for four years and all-district running back last two seasons . . . Career - - led team to state title as a senior and to semifinals as a junior . . . team captain as a senior . . . rushed 176 times for 2,494 yards and 57 touchdowns as a senior . . . scored 61 total touchdowns in final season . . . also collected 112 tackles on defense, including 34 tackles for loss, 12 sacks and two interceptions . . . rushed 189 times for 1,674 yards and 30 touchdowns as a junior, while recording 126 tackles, 29 tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries . . . gained 590 yards on 123 carries as a sophomore, while scoring eight touchdowns . . . also collected 115 tackles, including 13 tackles for loss, as a sophomore . . . recorded 119 tackles as a freshman, including eight tackles for loss. Personal - - Born 7/18/94 . . . business management major . . . parents are Pixie and Rod Meier . . . high school coach was Jerry Christiansen.


2012 IOWA HAWKEYE NEWCOMERS 95 - - Drew Ott Defensive Line 6-4, 245, Freshman Trumbull, Neb. (Giltner HS) High school honors - - Nebraska Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior . . . named to Parade All-America team, the 21st Nebraska high school player to earn the distinction . . . earned first team all-state honors for three straight years after earning honorable mention recognition as a freshman . . . four-time first team all-district selection . . . Career - - helped prep team post 41-6 record over four years . . . team was state runner-up in 2009 and reached state semifinals in 2008 and 2010, before falling in quarterfinals in 2011 . . . holds school records for single season (211) and career tackles (626) . . . recorded 122 tackles as a senior, with two interceptions and two recovered fumbles . . . 52 receptions as a senior for 960 yards and 18 touchdowns, along with two rushing touchdowns and a passing touchdown . . . as a junior recorded 136 tackles and one interception, along with 31 receptions for 513 yards and eight touchdowns . . . school-record 211 tackles as a sophomore, with four interceptions and two fumble recoveries . . . 39 receptions for 480 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore . . . as a freshman had 15 receptions for 126 yards and 157 tackles . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . four-year football letterman while playing tight end, offensive line, quarterback, linebacker and defensive end . . . also earned four letters in basketball and track. Personal - - Born 6/26/93 . . . criminal law/civil engineering major . . . named “Mr. Football” on Nebraska Academic All-State team . . . member of National Honor Society . . . parents are Sheree and Dan Ott . . . high school coach was Jeff Ashby.

77 - - Reid Sealby

91 - - Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara (DOE-mahn-tis VINS-koos koo-CHAR-uh) Defensive Line 6-5, 230, Freshman Weston, Fla. (Cypress Bay HS) High school honors - - Named second team all-state as defensive end and third team allstate as offensive lineman as a senior . . . named first team all-Broward County on defense as a senior, as selected by coaches . . . selected first team all-county by Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel . . . named to first team Under Armor All-Star team . . . Career - - earned four letters while playing tight end and defensive end . . . helped team advance to state playoffs as a junior and senior . . . team captain as a senior . . . set school record with eight fumble recoveries as a senior . . . recorded 105 tackles as a senior, with 16 sacks, six caused fumbles, eight recovered fumbles and one touchdown . . . also had 28 tackles for loss, 22 pressures and 10 pass break-ups . . . also lettered in wrestling and track. Personal - - Born 3/23/94 in Klaipeda, Lithuania . . . open major . . . four-year member of President’s List . . . one of two players from Weston on Iowa roster . . . parents are Violeta and Matt Cucchiara . . . high school coach was Marc Guandolo.

73 - - Ryan Ward Offensive Line 6-5, 275, Freshman New Lenox, Ill. (Providence Catholic HS)

Offensive Line 6-4, 250, Freshman Byron, Ill. (Byron HS)

High school honors - - Named an Army All-American . . . first team all-state, all-conference and all-area as a senior . . . Career - - four-year letterman as offensive lineman . . . helped prep team to state playoffs as sophomore and senior, including state runner-up finish as a sophomore . . . team captain as a senior . . . also two-year wrestling letterman.

High school honors - - Earned first team all-conference honors as a junior and senior . . . selected to compete in Illinois Shrine Game . . . . . . Career - - three-year letterman as offensive and defensive lineman, while also handling long snaps on special teams . . . football captain as a senior . . . also lettered in wrestling (four) and track (one) . . . won Class 1A state wrestling title as a senior while posting a 43-1 overall record . . . placed fourth at state meet as a junior.

Personal - - Born 8/07/93 . . . health and human physiology major . . . Illinois Coaches Association Academic All-State . . . member of National Honor Society . . . AP Scholar . . . member of prep High Honor roll . . . parents are Laurel and Brian Ward . . . his father, Brian, played college football at Illinois and his brother, Patrick, currently plays at Northwestern . . . high school coach was Mark Loglianese.

Personal - - Born 11/22/93 . . . education/pre-law major . . . member of High Honor Roll . . . earned Outstanding Academic Achievement Award for three years in both football and wrestling and one year in track . . . parents are Jan and Randall Sealby . . . high school coach was Mike Elsbury.

81 - - Tevaun Smith (tae-VOHN) Wide Receiver 6-2, 190, Freshman Toronto, Ontario (Kent School, Conn.) High school honors - - Participated in USA vs. World All-American game . . . named first team all-conference and all-New England as a senior . . . Career - - led team to undefeated regular season as a senior before losing in state championship game . . . team Most Valuable Player . . . recorded 16 receptions for 241 yards and five touchdowns in seven games as a senior . . . also had 79 yards on six kickoff returns, with one touchdown . . . rushed 58 times for 555 yards and six touchdowns and completed 17-of-42 pass attempts for 213 yards and two scores . . . recorded 19 tackles on defense, with two interceptions, five pass break-ups, one fumble recovery and one blocked kick . . . also competed for prep basketball team. Personal - - Born 1/30/93 . . . open major . . . parents are Maureen Smith and Denzel Forbes . . . high school coach was Todd Marble.

89 - - Cameron Wilson Wide Receiver 6-1, 195, Freshman Dublin, Ohio (Jerome HS) High school honors - - Named to all-metro team in Columbus area . . . was honorable mention all-state as a senior and sophomore and second team as a junior . . . first team all-conference as a junior and first team as a sophomore and senior . . . honorable mention all-conference as a freshman . . . Career - - holds school records for receiving yards and touchdowns . . . recorded 54 receptions for 774 yards and six touchdowns as a senior, with one passing touchdown and 300 rushing yards . . . 77 receptions for 1,065 yards and six touchdowns as a junior, with 200 rushing yards and three touchdowns and one interception on defense . . . totaled 661 yards and six touchdowns on 60 receptions as a sophomore, along with 130 rushing yards and a touchdown . . . collected 350 receiving yards and 265 rushing yards as a freshman . . . team captain as a senior . . . also four-year starter for prep basketball team. Personal - - Born 9/17/93 . . . business communications major . . . member of high school Merit Roll . . . parents are Candace and Kenneth Wilson . . . high school coach was Mark Hundley.

51 - - Laron Taylor (luh-RON) Linebacker 6-0, 215, Freshman Detroit, Mich. (Cass Technical HS) High school honors - - Earned first team all-state honors as a senior . . . was first team all-Metro as a junior and senior . . . earned all-City honors as a sophomore and junior . . . Career - - three-year starter while helping team win state title as a senior with 12-3 record . . . football state title was first in school history . . . team posted 12-1 record as a junior, advancing to state semifinals . . . team captain as junior and senior . . . led team in tackles for three straight seasons . . . recorded 120 tackles as a senior, with 20 tackles for loss, two sacks and a recovered fumble . . . 105 tackles as a junior, with 24 tackles for loss, four sacks, two recovered fumbled and an interception . . . recorded 75 tackles as a sophomore, with 20 tackles for loss, five sacks, four forced fumbles, one interception and one touchdown. Personal - - Born 12/06/93 . . . broadcast and journalism major . . . attended same high school as DB Ruben Lile . . . parents are Deirdre and Ronnie Taylor . . . high school coach was Thomas Wilcher.

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2011 STATISTICS Game-By-Game Results Date _________ Sept. 3 ________ Sept. 10 _______ Sept. 17 _______ Sept. 24 _______ *Oct. 8 ________ *Oct. 15 _______ *Oct. 22 _______ *Oct. 29 _______ *Nov. 5________ *Nov. 12_______ *Nov. 19_______ *Nov. 25_______ #Dec. 30 ______

Opponent _____________W/L _______ Tennessee Tech _________W _________ at Iowa State ___________L (3OT) ____ Pittsburgh _____________W _________ Louisiana-Monroe _______W _________ at Penn State ___________L _________ Northwestern __________W _________ Indiana _______________W _________ at Minnesota ___________L _________ Michigan ______________W _________ Michigan State _________L _________ at Purdue ______________W _________ at Nebraska ____________L _________ vs. Oklahoma___________L _________

* - - Big Ten Conference Game Overall Record: Big Ten Record: Home Record: Away Record: Neutral Record:

7-6 4-4 6-1 1-4 0-1

Big Ten Game Score ____ Record ________Record ______ Time _________ 34-7 _______1-0 ___________ 0-0 _________4:27 __________ 41-44 ______1-1 ___________ 0-0 _________3:50 __________ 31-27 ______2-1 ___________ 0-0 _________3:17 __________ 45-17 ______3-1 ___________ 0-0 _________3:00 __________ 3-13 _______3-2 ___________ 0-1 _________2:58 __________ 41-31 ______4-2 ___________ 1-1 _________3:10 __________ 45-24 ______5-2 ___________ 2-1 _________3:09 __________ 21-22 ______5-3 ___________ 2-2 _________3:00 __________ 24-16 ______6-3 ___________ 3-2 _________3:11 __________ 21-37 ______6-4 ___________ 3-3 _________3:35 __________ 31-21 ______7-4 ___________ 4-3 _________3:17 __________ 7-20 _______7-5 ___________ 4-4 _________3:06 __________ 14-31 ______7-6 ___________ 4-4 _________3:23 __________

# - - Insight Bowl, Tempe, Ariz.

Overall Attendance/Average: Home Attendance/Average: Away Attendance/Average: Neutral Attendance:

880,168/67,705 494,095/70,585 331,826/66,365 45,247

Score by Quarters _ 1st__ 2nd__ 3rd __ 4th __ OT _ Total Iowa_____________ 69 __ 106 ___ 61 __ 105 __ 17 ___ 358 Opponents _______ 57 ___ 75 ___ 67 __ 91 __ 20 ___ 310

( PATs ) SCORING _______________TD _____ FGs ____ Kick ___ Rush____ Rcv ____ Pass ____ DXP ____ Saf ____ Pts Coker ___________________ 15 ______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______90 Meyer ___________________- _____ 14-20 ___44-44 _____ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______86 McNutt _________________ 12 ______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______72 Davis, K. _________________ 4 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ 1 _______ - ______ - _______ -_______26 Vandenberg _____________ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- ______ 1-1 _____ - _______ -_______18 Fiedorowicz _____________ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______18 Martin-Manley ___________ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______18 Herman _________________ 2 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______12 Miller ___________________ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ 6 Prater ___________________ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ 6 Canzeri _________________ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ 6 Total ___________________ 45 ____ 14-20 __ 44-44 _____ - ______ 1 ______ 1-1 _____ - _______ - _____ 358 Opponents______________ 38 ____ 16-22 __ 34-34 ____ 0-2 _____ - ______ 0-1 _____ - _______ - _____ 310 PUNTING ______________ No. _____ Yds ____ Avg Guthrie _________________ 53 ____ 2182 ____ 41.2 Total ___________________ 53 ____ 2182 ___ 41.2 Opponents______________ 62 ____ 2605 ___ 42.0

___ Long ____TB _____ ____ 59 ______ 4 ______ ____ 59 ______ 4 ______ ____ 68 ______ 9 ______

FC _____ I20 _____50+ ____ Blk 22 ______ 18 ______6 ______ 0 22 ______18 ______6 ______ 0 17 ______13 _____ 14 ______ 1

FIELD GOALS __________ FG-Att ___ Pct ___ 01-19 ___ 20-29 __ 30-39 ___ 40-49 ___ 50+_____ Lg _____ Blk Meyer _________________14-20 ____70.0 _____0-0 _____ 6-7 ____ 3-4 _____ 4-6 ____ 1-3 _____ 50 ______ 1 Total _________________ 14-20___ 70.0 ____ 0-0 _____ 6-7 ____ 3-4 _____ 4-6 ____ 1-3 _____ 50 ______ 1 Opponents____________ 16-21___ 71.0 ____ 0-0 _____ 7-8 ____ 4-5 _____ 4-8 ____ 1-1 _____ 54 ______ 0 FG SEQUENCE Tennessee Tech Iowa State Pittsburgh Louisiana-Monroe Penn State Northwestern Indiana Minnesota Michigan Michigan State Purdue Nebraska Oklahoma

IOWA (39),(20) (42),(20),(50),(34) (22),40,50 (23) (23) (27),(40) (47) 24,43 (42) 50 34,(38) -----

OPPONENTS 33 (54),42,38 (37),(24) (43),49 (20),(20) (47),47 (22) (28) (32) (22),(31),49,(48) --(40),(21) (35)

Numbers in parenthesis indicate FG was made

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Attendance 70,585 56,085 70,585 70,585 103,497 70,585 70,585 46,543 70,585 70,585 40,106 85,595 54,247


2011 STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS (All Games)

TEAM STATISTICS (Big Ten Games Only)

Iowa ________________ Opp. SCORING ___________________358 _________________310 Points Per Game _____________ 27.5 _________________23.8 Touchdowns _________________ 45 __________________ 38 Field Goals-Attempts _________ 14-20________________ 16-22 PATs-Attempts ______________ 44-44________________ 34-34

Iowa ________________ Opp. SCORING ___________________193 _________________184 Points Per Game _____________ 24.1 _________________23.0 Touchdowns _________________ 25 __________________ 22 Field Goals-Attempts _________ 6-10 ________________ 11-13 PATs-Attempts ______________ 25-25________________ 19-19

FIRST DOWNS _______________266 _________________278 Rushing _____________________104 _________________ 118 Passing _____________________138 _________________ 144 Penalty _____________________ 24 __________________ 16

FIRST DOWNS _______________151 _________________175 Rushing _____________________ 64 __________________ 79 Passing _____________________ 73 __________________ 85 Penalty _____________________ 14 __________________ 11

RUSHING Rushing Attempts_____________454 _________________ 549 Yards gained rushing _________ 2089 ________________ 2308 Yards lost rushing _____________299 _________________ 280 Net yards Rushing ___________ 1790 ________________ 2028 Average Per Rush _____________ 3.9 __________________ 3.7 Average Per Game ___________ 137.7 ________________ 156.0 TDs Rushing _________________ 18 __________________ 16

RUSHING Rushing Attempts_____________274 _________________ 348 Yards gained rushing _________ 1355 ________________ 1553 Yards lost rushing _____________203 _________________ 169 Net yards Rushing ___________ 1152 ________________ 1384 Average Per Rush _____________ 4.2 __________________ 4.0 Average Per Game ___________ 144.0 ________________ 173.0 TDs Rushing _________________ 11 ___________________ 8

PASSING Comp-Att-Int _____________ 240-412-8 ____________256-413-10 Passing Yards _______________ 3052 ________________ 2898 Average Per Game ___________ 234.8 ________________ 222.9 Average Per Pass ______________ 7.4 __________________ 7.0 Average Per Catch ___________ 12.7 _________________11.3 TDs Passing __________________ 25 __________________ 21

PASSING Att-Comp-Int _____________ 133-231-5 ____________ 145-244-5 Passing Yards _______________ 1711 ________________ 1724 Average Per Game ___________ 213.9 ________________ 215.5 Average Per Pass ______________ 7.4 __________________ 7.1 Average Per Catch ___________ 12.9 _________________11.9 TDs Passing __________________ 13 __________________ 13

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays ___________________866 _________________ 962 Total Yards __________________ 4842 ________________ 4926 Average Per Play ______________ 5.6 __________________ 5.1 Average Per Game ___________ 372.5 ________________ 378.9

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays ___________________505 _________________ 592 Total Yards __________________ 2863 ________________ 3108 Average Per Play ______________ 5.7 __________________ 5.2 Average Per Game ___________ 357.9 ________________ 388.5

PUNTING Number-Yards ______________ 53-2181 _____________ 62-2605 Average Per Punt ____________ 41.2 _________________42.0 Net Punt Average ____________ 38.5 _________________37.3

PUNTING Number-Yards ______________ 32-1243 _____________ 39-1602 Average Per Punt ____________ 38.8 _________________41.1 Net Punt Average ____________ 35.9 _________________36.2

MISCELLANEOUS Kickoff Returns: #-Yards ______ 46-1008 _____________ 61-1320 Kickoff Return Average________ 21.9 _________________21.6 Punt Returns: #-Yards ________ 14-111 _______________ 14-64 Punt Returns Average__________ 7.9 __________________ 4.6 Int Returns: #-Yards __________ 10-260 ________________8-86 Int Return Average ___________ 26.0 _________________10.8 Fumbles-Lost _______________ 18-10_________________26-9 Penalties-Yards _____________ 62-463 ______________ 83-701 Average Per Game ___________ 35.6 _________________53.9 Time of Possession/Game _____ 28:33 ________________ 31:27 3rd-Down Conversions_______ 66/166 ______________ 95/207 3rd-Down Pct. _______________ 40% _________________46% 4th-Down Conversions________ 11/21 _______________ 14/19 4th-Down Pct. _______________ 52% _________________74% Sacks By-Yards______________ 22-145 ______________ 29-209 Misc. Yards____________________0 ___________________ 0

MISCELLANEOUS Kickoff Returns: #-Yards ______ 29-648 ______________ 34-635 Kickoff Return Average________ 22.3 _________________18.7 Punt Returns: #-Yards _________ 8-50 _________________7-35 Punt Return Average __________ 6.2 __________________ 5.0 Int Returns: #-Yards ___________ 5-119_________________5-34 Int Return Average ___________ 23.8 _________________ 6.8 Fumbles-Lost _______________ 11-7 _________________17-5 Penalties-Yards _____________ 38-282 ______________ 46-411 Average Per Game ___________ 35.2 _________________51.4 Time of Possession/Game _____ 27:24 ________________ 32:36 3rd-Down Conversions________ 38/99 ______________ 61/131 3rd-Down Pct. _______________ 38% _________________47% 4th-Down Conversions________ 7/14 ________________ 9/11 4th-Down Pct. _______________ 50% _________________82% Sacks By-Yards_______________ 12-85_______________ 21-155 Misc. Yards____________________0 ___________________ 0

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2011 STATISTICS RUSHING ______________ G _______ Att _____ Gain __ Loss ____ Net _____Avg _____TD ____ Long Coker _________________ 12 ______ 281 _____ 1417 ___ 33 _____ 1384 ____ 4.9______ 15 _____ 50 Canzeri ________________ 7 _______ 31 ______ 125 ____ 11 _____ 114 _____ 3.7______ 0 ______ 15 Johnson _______________ 4 _______ 18 _______ 81 _____ 2 ______ 79 _____ 4.4______ 0 ______ 12 McCall _________________ 2 _______ 11 _______ 69 _____ 4 ______ 65 _____ 5.9______ 0 ______ 22 Vandenberg ___________ 13 ______ 78 ______ 271 ____ 210 _____ 61 _____ 0.8______ 3 ______ 24 McNutt _______________ 13 _______ 6 _______ 58 _____ 0 ______ 58 _____ 9.7______ 0 ______ 19 White _________________ 13 _______ 7 _______ 32 _____ 0 ______ 32 _____ 4.6______ 0 ______ 10 Bullock ________________ 6 _______ 10 _______ 28 _____ 8 ______ 20 _____ 2.0______ 0 _______5 Rogers _________________ 9 ________ 3 _______ 8 ______ 0 ______ 8 ______ 2.7______ 0 _______3 Davis, K. _______________ 12 _______ 1 _______ 0 ______ 1 ______ -1 _____ -1.0 _____ 0 _______0 Team _________________ 13 _______ 8 _______ 0 _____ 30 _____ -30 _____ -3.8 _____ 0 _______0 Total _________________ 13 ______ 454 _____2089 ___299 ____1790 ____ 3.9 _____18 _____ 50 Opponents____________ 13 ______ 549 _____2308 ___280 ____2028 ____ 3.7 _____16 _____ 37 PASSING _______________ G ______ Effic.__Cmp-Att-Int Pct. ____ Yds. ____ TD_____ Lng ___ Avg/G Vandenberg ___________ 13 _____138.45 __237-404-7 _58.7 ____ 3022 ____ 25 ______ 88 ____ 232.5 Derby, A.J. ______________ 9 ______ 92.00 ____3-6-0 ___50.0 _____ 30 ______ 0 ______ 15 _____ 3.3 Wienke _______________ 13 ______ - - - _____0-1-1 ___ 0.0 _____ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 0.0 McNutt _______________ 13 ______ - - - _____0-1-0 ___ 0.0 _____ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 0.0 Total _________________ 13 ____ 136.62 _ 240-412-8 58.3 ____3052 ____ 25 ______88 ____ 234.8 Opponents____________ 13 ____ 132.86 _ 256-413-10 62.0 ____2898 ____ 21 ______67 ____ 222.9 TOTAL OFFENSE ________ G ______ Plays ____Rush __ Pass ____Total ___Avg/G Vandenberg ___________ 13 ______ 482 ______ 61 ___ 3022 ____ 3083 ___ 237.2 Coker _________________ 12 ______ 281 _____ 1384 ____ 0 _____ 1384 ___ 115.3 Canzeri ________________ 7 _______ 31 ______ 114 _____ 0 _____ 114 _____16.3 Johnson _______________ 4 _______ 18 _______ 79 _____ 0 ______ 79 _____19.8 McCall _________________ 2 _______ 11 _______ 65 _____ 0 ______ 65 _____32.5 McNutt _______________ 13 _______ 7 _______ 58 _____ 0 ______ 58 _____ 4.5 White _________________ 13 _______ 7 _______ 32 _____ 0 ______ 32 _____ 2.5 Derby _________________ 9 ________ 6 _______ 0 _____ 30 ______ 30 _____ 3.3 Bullock ________________ 6 _______ 10 _______ 20 _____ 0 ______ 20 _____ 3.3 Rogers _________________ 9 ________ 3 _______ 8 ______ 0 ______ 8 ______ 0.9 Davis _________________ 12 _______ 1 _______ -1 _____ 0 ______ -1 _____ -0.1 Team _________________ 13 _______ 8 ______ -30 _____ 0 _____ -30 _____ -3.8 Total _________________ 13 ______ 866 _____1790 __ 3052 ___4842 ___ 372.5 Opponents____________ 13 ______ 962 _____2028 __ 2898 ___4926 ___ 378.9 RECEIVING _____________ G _______ No. _____ Yds ____Avg _____TD ____ Long___ Avg/G McNutt _______________ 13 ______ 82 ______ 1315 ___16.0 _____ 12 _____ 88 ____ 101.2 Davis _________________ 12 ______ 50 ______ 713 ____14.3 _____ 4 ______ 47 _____ 59.4 Martin-Manley _________ 13 ______ 30 ______ 323 ____10.8 _____ 3 ______ 25 _____ 24.8 Coker _________________ 12 ______ 21 ______ 157 ____ 7.5 _____ 0 ______ 19 _____ 13.1 Fiedorowicz ___________ 13 ______ 16 ______ 167 ____10.4 _____ 3 ______ 24 _____ 12.8 Derby ________________ 13 ______ 12 ______ 117 ____ 9.8 _____ 0 ______ 20 ______9.0 Herman _______________ 12 _______ 8 _______ 95 ____11.9 _____ 2 ______ 26 ______7.9 Canzeri ________________ 7 ________ 6 _______ 28 ____ 4.7 _____ 1 ______ 12 ______4.0 Staggs ________________ 10 _______ 5 _______ 45 ____ 9.0 _____ 0 ______ 17 ______4.5 White _________________ 13 _______ 3 _______ 26 ____ 8.7 _____ 0 ______ 14 ______2.0 Hamilton ______________ 10 _______ 1 _______ 15 ____15.0 _____ 0 ______ 15 ______1.5 Orne __________________ 9 ________ 1 _______ 12 ____12.0 _____ 0 ______ 12 ______1.3 Grant __________________ 5 ________ 1 _______ 12 ____12.0 _____ 0 ______ 12 ______2.4 Bullock ________________ 6 ________ 1 _______ 11 ____11.0 _____ 0 ______ 11 ______1.8 Rogers _________________ 9 ________ 1 _______ 7 _____ 7.0 _____ 0 _______ 7 ______0.8 Gimm ________________ 12 _______ 1 _______ 5 _____ 5.0 _____ 0 _______ 5 ______0.4 Cotton _________________ 2 ________ 1 _______ 4 _____ 4.0 _____ 0 _______ 4 ______2.0 Total _________________ 13 ______ 240 _____3052 __ 12.7 _____25 _____ 88 ____ 234.8 Opponents____________ 13 ______ 256 _____2898 __ 11.3 _____21 _____ 67 ____ 222.9

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Avg/G 115.3 16.3 19.8 32.5 4.7 4.5 2.5 3.3 0.9 -0.1 -2.3 137.7 156.0


2011 STATISTICS PUNT RETURNS ________ No. ______ Yds _____ Avg____ TD ____Long Hyde _________________ 13 ______ 106 ______8.2 _____ 0 ______ 30 Steinbrecher ____________ 1 ________ 5 _______5.0 _____ 0 ______ 5 Total _________________ 14 ______ 111 _____ 7.9 _____ 0 ______30 Opponents____________ 14 ______ 64______ 4.6 _____ 0 ______21 KICK RETURNS__________ No. _____ Yds ____ Avg ____ TD ____Long Bernstine ________________ 30 _____ 713 ____ 23.8 _____ 0 ______ 62 Canzeri _________________ 4 ______ 78 _____ 19.5 _____ 0 ______ 29 Davis, K. _________________ 4 ______ 78 _____ 19.5 _____ 0 ______ 27 Martin-Manley ___________ 4 ______ 82 _____ 20.5 _____ 0 ______ 23 Bullock _________________ 2 ______ 43 _____ 21.5 _____ 0 ______ 23 Derby __________________ 1 _______ 0 ______0.0 ______ 0 ______ 0 McNutt _________________ 1 ______ 14 _____ 14.0 _____ 0 ______ 14 Total ___________________ 46 ____ 1008 ___ 21.9 _____ 0 ______62 Opponents______________ 61 ____ 1320 ___ 21.6 _____ 0 ______52 INTERCEPTIONS ________ No. _____ Yds ____ Avg ____ TD ____Long Miller ___________________ 3 ______ 114 ____ 38.0 _____ 1 ______ 98 Hyde ___________________ 3 _______ 0 ______0.0 ______ 0 ______ 0 Kirksey __________________ 1 _______ 5 ______5.0 ______ 0 ______ 5 Binns ___________________ 1 _______ 0 ______0.0 ______ 0 ______ 0 Morris __________________ 1 ______ 52 _____ 52.0 _____ 0 ______ 52 Prater ___________________ 1 ______ 89 _____ 89.0 _____ 1 ______ 89 Total ___________________ 10 _____ 260 ____ 26.0 _____ 2 ______98 Opponents______________ 8______ 86_____ 10.8 _____ 0 ______30 ALL PURPOSE ___________ G ____ Rush ___ Rec _____ PR_____ KOR ____ IR _____ Tot ___ Avg/G Coker ___________________ 12 ____ 1384 ____ 157 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 _____1541 ___ 128.4 McNutt _________________ 13 _____ 58 _____ 1315 _____ 0 ______ 14 ______ 0 _____1387 ___ 106.7 Davis, K. _________________ 12 ______-1 _____ 713 ______ 0 ______ 78 ______ 0 _____ 790 ____ 65.8 Bernstine ________________ 12 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 _____ 713 ______ 0 _____ 713 ____ 59.4 Martin-Manley ___________ 13 ______ 0 _____ 323 ______ 0 ______ 82 ______ 0 _____ 405 ____ 31.2 Canzeri _________________ 7 ______ 114 _____ 28 ______ 0 ______ 78 ______ 0 _____ 220 ____ 31.4 Fiedorowicz _____________ 13 ______ 0 _____ 167 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 _____ 167 ____ 12.8 Derby __________________ 13 ______ 0 _____ 117 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 _____ 117 _____ 9.0 Miller ___________________ 13 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 114 ____ 114 _____ 8.8 Hyde ___________________ 13 ______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 106 _____ 0 _______ 0 _____ 106 _____ 8.2 Herman _________________ 12 ______ 0 ______ 95 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 95 _____ 7.9 Prater ___________________ 13 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 89 ______ 89 _____ 6.8 Johnson ________________ 4 ______ 79 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 79 ____ 19.8 Bullock _________________ 6 ______ 20 ______ 11 ______ 0 ______ 43 ______ 0 ______ 74 ____ 12.3 McCall __________________ 2 ______ 65 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 65 ____ 32.5 Vandenberg _____________ 13 _____ 61 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 61 _____ 4.7 White ___________________ 13 _____ 32 ______ 26 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 58 _____ 4.5 Morris __________________ 12 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 52 ______ 52 _____ 4.3 Staggs __________________ 10 ______ 0 ______ 45 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 45 _____ 4.5 Rogers __________________ 9 _______ 8 ______ 7 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 15 _____ 1.7 Hamilton ________________ 10 ______ 0 ______ 15 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 15 _____ 1.5 Orne ___________________ 9 _______ 0 ______ 12 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 12 _____ 1.3 Grant ___________________ 5 _______ 0 ______ 12 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 12 _____ 2.4 Kirksey __________________ 13 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 5 ______ 5 ______ 0.4 Gimm __________________ 12 ______ 0 ______ 5 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 5 ______ 0.4 Steinbrecher _____________ 11 ______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 5 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 5 ______ 0.5 Cotton __________________ 2 _______ 0 ______ 4 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 ______ 4 ______ 2.0 Team ___________________ 13 _____ -30 _____ 0 _______ 0 ______ 0 _______ 0 _____ -30 _____-3.8 Total ___________________ 13 ____ 1790 ___3052 ____111 ____1008 ____260 ____6221 ___ 478.5 Opponents______________ 13 ____ 2028 ___2898 ____ 64 _____1320 ____ 86 _____6396 ___ 492.0

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2011 STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Tackles Sacks Pass Def Fumbles Blkd Player _________ GP _____UT _____ AT_____Total ____ TFL __ No-Yards Int-Yds __ BrUp ___ QBH __ Rcv-Yds ___ FF _____ Kick ____Saf Morris _________ 12______ 52 _____ 58 _____ 110 ____ 3.5-5 ______- _____ 1-52 _____ 1 _______1 ______ - _______ -________- _______ Kirksey _________ 13______ 62 _____ 48 _____ 110 ____ 5.0-12 ___ 1.0-3 ____ 1-5 _____ 3 _______ -______ 1-0 ______2 _______- _______ Bernstine _______ 12______ 44 _____ 45 ______ 89 ____ 3.0-10 ___ 1.0-4 _____ - ______ 2 _______ -______ 1-0 ______1 _______- _______ Miller __________ 13______ 52 _____ 24 ______ 76 ____ 3.0-4 ______- _____ 3-114 ____ 3 _______ -_______ - _______1 _______- _______ Nielsen ________ 12______ 34 _____ 39 ______ 73 ____ 4.0-20 __ 1.0-16 _____ - ______ 1 _______1 _____ 2-0 ______1 _______- _______ Hyde __________ 13______ 49 _____ 23 ______ 72 ____ 1.5-6 ______- ______ 3-0 _____ 8 _______ -_______ - _______1 _______- _______ Nardo _________ 10______ 23 _____ 45 ______ 68 ____ 6.5-18 ___ 0.5-3 _____ - ______ 2 _______ -_______ - _______1 _______- _______ Daniels ________ 13______ 32 _____ 35 ______ 67 ___ 13.5-63 __ 9.0-53 _____ - ______ 1 _______4 ______ - _______ -________- _______ Binns __________ 13______ 32 _____ 28 ______ 60 ___ 12.0-58 __ 5.0-36 ____ 1-0 _____ 8 _______6 _____ 2-0 ______1 _______- _______ Prater __________ 13______ 33 _____ 18 ______ 51 ____ 1.0-6 ____ 1.0-6 ___ 1-89 _____ 3 _______ -_______ - _______4 _______- _______ Daniel _________ 11______ 16 _____ 14 ______ 30 ____ 1.0-10 __ 1.0-10 _____ - ______ 2 _______1 ______ - _______ -________- _______ Alvis ____________ 9 ______ 16 _____ 14 ______ 30 ____ 3.5-11 ___ 1.5-8 _____ - ______ 1 _______ -_______ - _______1 _______- _______ Hitchens ________ 8 ______ 14 _____ 11 ______ 25 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -______ 1-0 ______ -________- _______ Bigach _________ 12______ 9 ______ 15 ______ 24 ____ 1.0-6 ____ 1.0-6 _____ - ______ - _______1 _____ 1-0 ______ -________- _______ Donatell ________ 8 ______ 17 ______ - ______ 17 ____ 1.0-1 ______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Sleeper ________ 11______ 9 _______ 5 ______ 14 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Castillo ________ 13______ 11 ______ 3 ______ 14 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ 1 _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Lowery _________ 8 ______ 10 ______ 1 ______ 11 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ 3 _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Law ___________ 13______ 7 _______ 4 ______ 11 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Forgy __________ 10______ 2 _______ 9 ______ 11 ____ 1.5-5 ______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ White __________ 13______ 6 _______ 4 ______ 10 ______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Collins _________ 10______ 4 _______ 4 ______ 8 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Lomax _________ 11______ 4 _______ 3 ______ 7 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Gaglione _______ 10______ 2 _______ 5 ______ 7 _____ 0.5-2 ______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Alston __________ 6 ______ 4 _______ 3 ______ 7 _____ 0.5-1 ______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Pryor ___________ 3 ______ 1 _______ 4 ______ 5 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Herman ________ 12______ 3 _______ 1 ______ 4 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Lowdermilk _____ 11______ 3 _______ 1 ______ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Davis, B. _________ 3 _______- _______ 4 ______ 4 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Nielsen ________ 12______ 1 _______ 2 ______ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Audlehelm ______ 3 ______ 1 _______ 2 ______ 3 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Davis, C. _________ 6 _______- _______ 2 ______ 2 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Davis, K. ________ 12______ 1 _______ 1 ______ 2 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Swanson ________ 6 ______ 2 _______ - ______ 2 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Meyer _________ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Shumpert _______ 4 ______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ McNutt ________ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Trinca-Pasat______ 1 _______- _______ 1 ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Rogers __________ 9 ______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Bullock _________ 6 ______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Derby __________ 9 ______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Krieter _________ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Tobin __________ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Vandenberg ____ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Reiff ___________ 13______ 1 _______ - ______ 1 _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -________- _______ Steinbrecher ____ 11_______- _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -_______ - _______ -_______ 1 _______ Team __________ 13_______- _______ - _______- _______ - _______- _______ - ______ - _______ -______ 1-0 ______ -________- _______ Total __________ 13 ____ 566 ____ 476 ____1042 __ 62-238 __22-145 _ 10-260 ____39 _____ 14 _____ 9-0 _____ 13 ______ 1 _______0 Opponents_____ 13 ____ 471 ____ 403 ____ 874___ 59-266 __29-209 __ 8-86 _____45 ______1 ____ 10-38 ____ 12 ______ 1 _______0

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2011 TOP PERFORMANCES INDIVIDUAL Points ____________________________18 ________________________Marvin McNutt, Jr. vs. Indiana Rushing Attempts___________________35 (143 yds.) ________________Marcus Coker at Iowa State Yards Rushing ______________________252 (32 att.) _________________Marcus Coker at Minnesota Pass Attempts ______________________48 (31 comp.) _______________James Vandenberg vs. Pittsburgh Pass Completions ___________________31 (48 att.) __________________James Vandenberg vs. Pittsburgh Yards Passing ______________________399 (31-48) _________________James Vandenberg vs. Pittsburgh Receptions ________________________10 (129 yds.) ________________Keenan Davis vs. Pittsburgh Yards Receiving_____________________184 (6 rec.) _________________Marvin McNutt, Jr. vs. Indiana Yards Total Offense __________________391 _______________________James Vandenberg vs. Pittsburgh All-Purpose Yards ___________________252 _______________________Marcus Coker at Minnesota Yards Punt Returns __________________43 (2 ret.) ___________________Micah Hyde vs. ULM Yards Kickoff Returns ________________132 (5 ret.) __________________Jordan Bernstine vs. Michigan State Field Goals Made ___________________4 (4 att.) ____________________Mike Meyer at Iowa State Extra Points ________________________6 (6 att.) ____________________Mike Meyer vs. ULM/Indiana Interceptions ______________________2 _________________________Hyde vs. Pittsburgh/Miller at Purdue Tackles____________________________15 ________________________Jordan Bernstine vs. Michigan Sacks _____________________________3 _________________________Mike Daniels at Purdue

TEAM OFFENSE (IOWA HIGHS) Points ____________________________45 ________________________vs. ULM Rushing Attempts___________________43 (158/135 yds.) ____________at Iowa State/at Purdue Net Yards Rushing___________________269 (42 att.) _________________at Minnesota Pass Attempts ______________________48 (31 comp.) _______________vs. Pittsburgh Pass Completions ___________________31 (48 att.) __________________vs. Pittsburgh Yards Passing ______________________399 _______________________vs. Pittsburgh Yards Total Offense __________________475 _______________________vs. Pittsburgh Total Plays _________________________82 ________________________vs. Oklahoma First Downs ________________________28 ________________________vs. ULM

TEAM DEFENSE (OPPONENTS LOWS) Points ____________________________7 _________________________vs. Tennessee Tech Rushing Attempts___________________30 (59 yds.) _________________vs. ULM Net Yards Rushing___________________59 (30 att.) __________________vs. ULM Pass Attempts ______________________17 (11 comp.) _______________at Minnesota Pass Completions ___________________11 (17 att.) __________________at Minnesota Yards Passing ______________________156 _______________________vs. Tennessee Tech Yards Total Offense __________________275 _______________________vs. Oklahoma Total Plays _________________________57 ________________________at Minnesota First Downs ________________________15 ________________________at Minnesota

LONGEST PLAYS Run ______________________________50 ________________________Marcus Coker at Minnesota Pass ______________________________88 (TD) ____________________James Vandenberg to Marvin McNutt, Jr. vs. Tennessee Tech Field Goal _________________________50 ________________________Mike Meyer at Iowa State Interception Return _________________98 (TD) ____________________Tanner Miller vs. Northwestern Fumble Return _____________________- - - ________________________- - Punt Return________________________30 ________________________Micah Hyde vs. ULM Kickoff Return ______________________62 ________________________Jordan Bernstine vs. Indiana Scoring drive_______________________86 (15 plays, 7:30 TOP) ________vs. Pittsburgh Non-scoring drive ___________________74 (8 plays, 3:51 TOP) _________at Minnesota

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2011 LINE-UPS/GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS OFFENSE Opponent Tennessee Tech Iowa State Pittsburgh ULM Penn State Northwestern Indiana Minnesota Michigan Michigan State Purdue Nebraska Oklahoma Consec. Starts Career Starts

WR McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. McNutt, Jr. 27 31

TE Herman Herman Herman Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Fiedorowicz Fiedorowicz Fiedorowicz Fiedorowicz Fiedorowicz 5 5

LT Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff Reiff 34 37

LG Tobin Tobin Tobin Tobin Tobin Tobin Tobin Scherff Scherff Scherff Tobin Tobin Tobin 3 10

C Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz Ferentz 26 26

RG Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis Gettis 13 16

RT Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics Zusevics 26 26

QB Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg Vandenberg 13 15

RB Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Coker Canzeri 1 1

FB/WR Meyers Gimm Gimm Meyers M-Manley Gimm Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers 7 8

FL Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis M-Manley Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis 5 12

RE Daniel Daniel Alvis Alvis Daniel Alvis Alvis Alvis Alvis Daniel Bigach Bigach Daniel 1 4

DT Alvis Alvis Nardo Nardo Nardo Bigach Bigach Bigach Nardo Nardo Nardo Nardo Nardo 5 8

DT Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels 14 21

LE Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns Binns 13 31

OLB Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Donatell Donatell Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey 13 13

MLB Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Nielsen Morris Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen 6 20

WLB Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Kirksey Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris Morris 7 18

CB Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater Prater 25 35

CB Castillo Castillo Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde Hyde 26 26

SS Sleeper Sleeper Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine Bernstine 11 11

FS Hyde Hyde Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller 11 11

PuntsAvg. 3-39.0 5-38.4 4-46.8 2-51.5 6-45.5 5-38.6 2-48.0 8-42.6 4-39.5 5-43.8 3-40.0 4-34.8 1-38.0 3-43.7 1-19.0 5-42.6 5-40.0 5-39.4 7-41.0 6-46.2 4-33.2 4-33.2 7-41.1 7-41.9 6-44.3 6-50.3

Fum.Lost 3-1 1-0 1-1 3-3 1-0 5-1 1-1 0-0 2-1 2-0 0-0 2-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-1 0-0 2-1 3-2 3-0 4-2 3-2 1-1 2-0 1-0 0-0

DEFENSE Opponent Tennessee Tech Iowa State Pittsburgh ULM Penn State Northwestern Indiana Minnesota Michigan Michigan State Purdue Nebraska Oklahoma Consec. Starts Career Starts

2011 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Game at Iowa Tennessee Tech Iowa at Iowa State at Iowa Pittsburgh at Iowa Louisiana Monroe Iowa at Penn State at Iowa Northwestern at Iowa Indiana Iowa at Minnesota at Iowa Michigan at Iowa Michigan State Iowa at Purdue Iowa at Nebraska Iowa vs. Oklahoma (n)

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Score 34 7 41 44 31 27 45 17 3 13 41 31 45 24 21 22 24 16 21 37 31 21 7 20 14 31

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First Downs 21 18 18 26 27 20 28 23 16 21 17 29 22 24 21 15 15 22 20 19 22 20 18 25 21 16

Rushing Att-Net 33-148 45-140 43-158 52-194 33-76 37-137 34-180 30-59 30-84 46-231 28-155 41-153 42-203 47-217 42-269 40-178 35-131 37-127 30-87 40-155 43-135 36-101 24-88 61-222 37-76 37-114

Pass. Yards 246 156 207 279 399 285 273 293 169 164 224 342 253 197 177 193 171 196 262 288 273 181 182 163 216 161

Passing Com.-Att.-Int 15-26-0 17-28-2 16-29-0 25-38-0 31-48-1 24-34-2 23-33-0 29-44-0 17-34-2 15-26-1 14-22-1 37-51-1 12-16-0 16-24-0 16-24-0 11-17-0 14-21-0 18-38-0 22-47-1 19-32-0 22-32-0 17-34-2 16-35-1 12-22-0 23-45-2 16-25-1

Total Offense 59-394 73-296 72-365 90-473 81-475 71-422 67-453 74-352 64-253 72-395 50-379 92-495 58-456 71-414 66-446 57-371 56-302 75-323 77-349 72-443 75-408 70-282 59-270 83-385 82-292 62-275

Pen. Yds. 3-15 8-45 6-35 11-84 8-85 4-37 1-10 8-79 3-15 5-50 4-40 5-31 7-57 12-114 3-12 4-40 5-29 3-20 6-39 7-75 5-40 1.7 5-50 9-74 6-36 6-45


THE LAST TIME/LARGEST MARGINS A kickoff was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Derrell Johnson-Koulianos (88 yards), at Minnesota, 11/27/10 by an opponent - - Travis Cobb (100 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10 A punt was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Andy Brodell (81 yards), vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08 by Iowa - - Paki O’Meara (returned 42 yards after block), vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10 by an opponent - - Michael Jenkins (54 yards), Ohio State, 10/18/03 by an opponent - - Tremaine McCollum (returned six yards after block), Florida, 1/2/06 A punt was blocked . . . by Iowa - - Kyle Steinbrecher at Purdue, 11/19/11 by an opponent - - David Robers, Arizona, 9/18/10 An interception was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Tanner Miller (98 yards), vs. Northwestern, 10/15/11 by an opponent - - Trevin Wade (85 yards), Arizona, 9/18/10 A fumble was returned for a TD . . . by Iowa - - Bob Sanders (3 yards), vs. Illinois, 11/1/03 by an opponent - - Dere Hicks (7 yards), Illinois, 11/1/08 A blocked PAT attempt was returned for a score . . . by Iowa - - D.J. Johnson (99 yards), at Penn State, 9/28/02 by an opponent - - Jason Simmons (85 yards), at Ohio State, 11/2/91 A safety was scored . . . by Iowa - - Opponent pass behind line of scrimmage and out of end zone vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/4/10 by an opponent - - Iowa punter ran out of back of end zone vs. Iowa State, 9/13/08 A player rushed for over 200 yards . . . by Iowa - - Marcus Coker (32-252 yards), at Minnesota, 10/29/11 by an opponent - - T.J. Duckett (30-248), Michigan State, 10/7/00 A player passed for over 300 yards . . . by Iowa - - James Vandenberg (399 yards), vs. Pittsburgh, 9/18/11 by an opponent - - Blaine Gabbert (434 yards), Missouri, 12/28/10 A player scored four TDs . . . by Iowa - - Shonn Greene (4 rush), vs. Wisconsin, 10/18/08 by an opponent - - Darnell Autry (3 rush, 1 rec.), Northwestern, 11/9/96 A team rushed for over 400 yards . . . by Iowa - - vs. Tulsa (408 yards), 9/13/97 by an opponent - - Indiana (433 yards), 9/30/00 A team passed for over 400 yards . . . by Iowa - - vs. Indiana (426 yards), 10/23/99 by an opponent - - Missouri (434 yards), 12/28/10 A team gained over 600 yards of total offense . . . by Iowa - - vs. Minnesota (613 yards), 11/19/05 by an opponent - - Wisconsin (604 yards), 11/13/99 A team scored over 50 points . . . by Iowa - - at Minnesota (55 points), 11/22/08 by an opponent - - Ohio State (56 points), 10/28/95 A team was held under 50 yards rushing . . . by Iowa - - vs. Michigan State (31 yards), 10/30/10 by an opponent - - at Arizona (29 yards), 9/18/10 A team was held under 100 yards passing . . . by Iowa - - vs. Ball State (56 yards), 9/25/10 by an opponent - - Purdue (72 yards), 11/15/08 A team was held under 200 yards of total offense . . . by Iowa - - vs. Ball State (112 yards), 9/25/10 by an opponent - - vs. Minnesota (171 yards), 11/21/09

Largest Margins Iowa Victories Opponent, year _______ Score ___Mar. Iowa Teachers, 1914 _____ 95-0 ____95 Coe, 1908 _____________ 92-0 ____92 Iowa Wesleyan, 1890 ____ 91-0 ____91 Cornell, 1904 __________ 88-0 ____88 Cornell, 1913 __________ 76-0 ____76 Des Moines, 1905 _______ 72-0 ____72 Northwestern, 1913 _____ 78-6 ____72 Grinnell, 1904 __________ 69-0 ____69 Iowa Teachers, 1900 _____ 68-0 ____68 Northern Iowa, 1997 ____ 66-0 ____66 Northwestern, 1981 _____ 64-0 ____64 Cornell, 1920 __________ 63-0 ____63 Indiana, 1997 __________ 62-0 ____62 UTEP, 1986 ____________ 69-7 ____62 Grinnell, 1900 __________ 63-2 ____61 Washington ( Mo.), 1902 _ 61-0 ____61 Knox, 1922 ____________ 61-0 ____61 Cornell, 1894 __________ 60-0 ____60 Indiana, 1913 __________ 60-0 ____60 North Dakota St., 1947 __ 59-0 ____59 Illinois, 1985 ___________ 59-0 ____59 Cornell, 1891 __________ 64-6 ____58 Illinois, 1899 ___________ 58-0 ____58 Drake, 1985 ___________ 58-0 ____58 Upper Iowa, 1900 _______ 57-0 ____57 Ball State, 2005 _________ 56-0 ____56 Coe, 1893 _____________ 56-0 ____56 Purdue, 1922 __________ 56-0 ____56 Utah State, 1957________ 70-14 ___56 Minnesota, 2008 _______ 55-0 ____55 Ripon, 1928 ___________ 61-6 ____55 Iowa State, 1985 ________ 57-3 ____54 Northern Illinois, 1986 ___ 57-3 ____54 Cincinnati, 1990 ________ 63-10 ___53 Kansas State, 1959 ______ 53-0 ____53 Northwestern, 2002 _____ 62-10 ___52 Kent State, 2001 ________ 51-0 ____51 Minnesota, 1983 _______ 61-10 ___51 Northern Illinois, 1991 ___ 58-7 ____51

Iowa Defeats Opponent, year _______ Score ___Mar. Michigan, 1902 ________ 0-107 ___107 Illinois, 1902 ___________ 0-80 ____80 Minnesota, 1903 _______ 0-75 ____75 Minnesota, 1916 _______ 0-67 ____67 Ohio State, 1950________ 21-83 ___62 Denver A.C., 1893_______ 0-58 ____58 Nebraska, 1980 ________ 0-57 ____57 Michigan, 1971 ________ 7-63 ____56 Michigan, 1970 ________ 0-55 ____55 USC, 1976 _____________ 0-55 ____55 Kansas, 1895___________ 0-54 ____54 Minnesota, 1936 _______ 0-52 ____52 Notre Dame, 1967 ______ 6-56 ____50 Illinois, 1973 ___________ 0-50 ____50

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ISU --------------35-140-2 1- -1-0 ----------------------------7-19-0 --------------43-158-2

PITT 1-4-0 -------23-86-0 -----------------------------------8- -8-1 -------1- -6-0 33-76-1

ULM 7-18-0 5-30-0 18-113-2 -----------------------------------3-9-1 1-10-0 -------34-180-3

PSU --------------18-74-0 -----------------------------------12-10-0 --------------30-84-0

NW --------------22-124-2 -------3-18-0 ---------------------2-16-0 -------1- -3-0 28-155-2

IND -------4-26-0 23-139-2 -------5-26-0 ---------------------9-11-0 -------1-1-0 42-203-2

MINN --------------32-252-2 -------2-3-0 -------1-19-0 -------7- -5-0 --------------42-269-2

PITT 6-273-50 6-273-50 PITT 4-74-28 --------------1-12-12 ---------------------5-86-28

ISU 4-187-59 4-187-59

Punting (No.-Avg.-Lng) Player TTU Guthrie 3-117-45 Totals 3-117-45

Kickoff Returns (No.-Yds.-Lng) Player TTU ISU Bernstine 1-38-38 -------Bullock 1-23-23 -------Canzeri --------------Davis, K. -------2-50-27 Derby, Z. --------------McNutt --------------Martin-Manley --------------Totals 2-61-38 2-50-27

PITT --------------5-15-0 -------10-129-1 2-25-0 ----------------------------2-42-0 4-76-2 8-112-0 ----------------------------31-399-3

ISU --------------2-4-0 -------5-95-1 -------1-24-0 ----------------------------4-23-1 4-61-0 ----------------------------16-2907-2

Receiving (No.-Yds-TD) Player TTU Bullock -------Canzeri -------Coker 2-19-0 Cotton -------Davis, K. 2-30-0 Derby, Z. 1-5-0 Fiedorowicz -------Gimm -------Grant 1-12-0 Hamilton 1-15-0 Herman 2-25-0 Martin-Manley -------McNutt, Jr. 6-140-2 Orne -------Rogers -------Staggs -------White -------Totals 15-246-2

ULM 3-72-28 ------------------------------------------3-72-28

ULM 2-96-50 2-96-50

ULM --------------2-18-0 -------2-32-1 1-9-0 1-8-0 ----------------------------6-82-0 7-100-2 --------------1-3-0 2-21-0 22-273-3

PSU 2-40-20 ------------------------------------------2-40-20

PSU 4-158-49 4-158-49

PSU --------------3-23-0 -------3-26-0 3-21-0 -------1-5-0 ---------------------3-21-0 4-73-0 ----------------------------17-169-0

NW 3-75-28 ----------------------------1-14-14 -------4-89-28

NW 3-120-46 3-120-46

NW --------------1-15-0 -------5-109-1 ------------------------------------------1-6-0 6-87-1 -------1-7-0 --------------14-224-2

IND 3-115-62 -------1-29-29 ----------------------------4-144-62

IND 1-38-38 1-38-38

IND ----------------------------3-42-0 2-26-0 ----------------------------1-1-1 -------6-184-3 ----------------------------12-253-4

MINN 3-47-19 -------1-16-16 ----------------------------4-63-19

MINN 1-19-19 1-19-19

MINN ---------------------1-4-0 --------------1-21-0 ---------------------1-4-0 5-35-0 7-101-1 1-12-0 ---------------------16-177-1

Passing (Cmp-Att -TD-I-Yds) Player TTU ISU PITT ULM PSU NW IND MINN Derby, A.J. 2-5-0-0-27 --------------1-1-0-0-3 ----------------------------McNutt -------0-1-0-0-0 ------------------------------------------Wienke --------------------------------------------------------Vandenberg 13-21-2-0-219 16-28-2-0-207 31-48-3-1-399 21-32-3-0-270 17-34-0-2-169 14-22-2-1-224 12-16-4-0-253 16-24-1-0-177 Totals 15-26-2-0-246 16-29-2-0-207 31-48-3-1-399 22-33-3-0-273 17-34-0-2-169 14-22-2-1-224 12-16-4-0-253 16-24-1-0-177

Rushing (Att-Yds-TD) Player TTU Bullock -------Canzeri -------Coker 11-41-0 Davis, K. -------Johnson, D. 8-32-0 McCall 9-61-0 McNutt -------Rogers -------Vandenberg 4-13-1 White 1-1-0 Team -------Totals 33-148-1 MSU --------------21-57-1 ---------------------2-27-0 1-2-0 6-1-0 --------------30-87-1

PUR --------------31-139-1 --------------2-4-0 1-5-0 -------6- -5-0 -------3- -8-0 43-135-1

NEB --------------18-87-1 ---------------------1-0-0 -------4-11-0 -------1- -3-0 24-88-1

OK 2- (-2)-0 22-58-0 -----------------------------------2-6-0 6-22-0 4-20-0 1- -6-0 37-76-0

MICH 1-23-23 -------2-33-19 ----------------------------3-56-23

MICH 5-200-44 5-200-44

MICH ----------------------------2-52-0 -------1-9-0 ---------------------1-1-1 1-8-0 9-101-0 ----------------------------14-171-1

MSU 5-132-61 ------------------------------------------5-132-61

MSU 7-287-51 7-287-51

MSU --------------3-24-0 -------2-19-0 3-31-0 2-10-1 ----------------------------1-13-0 8-130-1 --------------3-36-0 -------22-262-2

PUR 2-42-23 ---------------------1-0-0 --------------3-42-23

PUR 4-133-45 4-133-45

PUR ----------------------------7-63-0 -------3-31-1 ----------------------------3-28-0 9-151-2 ----------------------------22-273-3

NEB ------------------------------------------4-82-23 4-82-23

NEB 7-288-56 7-288-56

NEB --------------3-39-0 -------4-41-0 -------3-41-0 ---------------------1-22-0 1-10-0 4-29-0 ----------------------------16-182-0

OK 3-55-23 1-20-20 -------1-16-16 ---------------------5-91-23

OK 6-266-55 6-266-55

OK 1-11-0 6-28-1 --------------5-76-0 -------4-23-1 ----------------------------1-21-0 4-46-0 --------------1-6-0 1-5-0 23-216-2

MICH MSU PUR NEB OK --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0-1-0-1-0 14-21-1-0-171 22-47-2-1-262 22-32-3-0-273 16-35-0-1-182 23-44-2-1-216 14-21-1-0-171 22-47-2-1-262 22-32-3-0-273 16-35-0-1-182 23-45-2-2-216

MICH --------------29-132-2 ---------------------1-7-0 -------4- -4-0 -------1- (-4)-0 35-131-2

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ISU 1-0-0 -------1-0-0

ISU ---2-0 ------1-0 3-1 ---9-0 1-0 3-1 6-1 ---------1-0 1-0 ------2-2 6-1 11-2 ---1-0 ---------------2-0 7-0 2-0 ---4-1 5-2 ------------4-1 ---------------71-12

Punt Returns (No.-Yds.-Lng) Player TTU Hyde 2-0-0 Steinbrecher -------Totals 2-0-0

Defense (Solo-Ast) Player TTU Alston ---Alvis 1-3 Audlehelm ---Bernstine 4-4 Bigach 0-1 Binns 3-2 Bullock 1-0 Castillo 0-2 Collins 2-1 Daniel 1-2 Daniels 1-4 Davis, C. ---Davis, K. ---Derby, A.J. ---Donatell 2-0 Forgy 0-2 Gaglione 0-1 Herman ---Hitchens 0-7 Hyde 1-2 Kirksey 6-4 Kreiter ---Law 1-1 Lomax 2-1 Lowdermilk ---Lowery ---McNutt ---Meyer ---Miller 1-0 Morris 4-6 Nardo 0-5 Nielsen, N. 0-1 Nielsen, T. 2-1 Prater ---Pryor 1-4 Reiff ---Rogers ---Shumpert 1-0 Sleeper 1-2 Swanson ---Tobin ---Trinca-Pasat ---White 0-2 Vandenberg ---Totals 35-62 PITT ---2-1 0-1 5-3 ---4-1 ---1-0 0-1 0-1 1-3 ---------1-0 0-1 ------6-1 9-1 3-5 ---------------------5-2 6-7 0-5 ---1-0 2-1 ------------0-1 ------------1-0 47-34

PITT ---------------------ULM 1-0 1-2 1-1 1-1 1-0 2-1 ---1-0 ---2-2 0-2 0-1 ---------0-1 1-1 ---1-0 3-2 4-4 ---1-2 1-0 0-1 ------1-0 5-2 5-5 6-6 ---2-1 3-3 ---------------1-0 ---------1-0 45-38

ULM 2-43-30 -------2-43-30 PSU ---0-2 ---2-6 0-1 4-3 ---------3-0 2-6 ---0-1 ------------------3-5 6-4 ---------------------6-1 5-8 1-5 1-0 2-1 0-1 ------------------------------35-44

PSU 1- (-4)-0 -------1- -4-0 NW 2-1 3-2 ---4-4 3-2 2-1 ---0-1 0-1 1-2 5-2 ---------7-0 1-1 1-1 ------6-3 5-4 ---2-0 0-2 ---2-0 ------5-3 ------0-1 5-7 2-0 ------------1-0 ---------0-2 ---57-40

NW ---------------------IND 0-2 2-3 ---3-3 2-4 1-4 ------1-1 ---1-2 0-1 ---1-0 6-0 0-3 0-1 ------0-1 7-5 ---1-0 1-0 ---3-0 ------7-3 2-8 ---------1-0 ------------1-0 1-0 ---0-1 2-0 ---43-42

IND 1-(-5)-0 -------1- -5-0 MINN ---3-0 ---2-3 0-2 0-3 ------------2-1 ------------------------1-1 3-3 ---------1-0 2-0 ------6-0 10-3 ------2-4 4-0 ------------1-0 ---------------37-20

MINN ---------------------MICH 1-0 2-1 ---7-8 ---2-1 ---------0-1 1-1 ------------------0-1 ---4-0 2-3 ---------1-0 0-1 ------4-3 4-4 2-6 ---7-6 0-3 ------------1-1 ---------1-0 ---39-40

MICH 2-28-14 -------2-28-14 MSU ---------4-1 2-0 2-4 ---------0-3 1-2 ---------------1-0 1-0 ---5-2 5-4 ---1-0 ------2-0 ------2-5 0-4 3-3 ---1-4 5-3 ------1-0 ---------1-0 ---------36-36

MSU 1-8-8 -------1-8-8 PUR ---------4-1 0-1 5-2 ---------2-0 7-2 ------------0-1 ---2-0 3-0 4-1 1-2 ---0-1 ---------------1-0 4-0 1-3 ---3-0 6-0 ------------------------1-0 ---44-14

PUR -------1-5-0 1-5-0 NEB ---------4-9 0-3 3-4 ---------1-2 2-7 ---1-0 ------------------5-2 3-7 1-0 ---------1-0 ------4-4 3-10 4-10 ---1-10 1-4 ------------------------------34-72

NEB 2-18-13 -------2-18-13 OK ---------4-2 0-1 1-0 ---------3-1 4-1 ---------------------2-1 2-2 6-1 ---------1-0 ---1-0 ---4-1 2-3 4-2 ---4-4 4-1 ---1-0 ------------------1-0 ---44-20

OK 1-18-18 -------1-18-18

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2011 SCORING DRIVES Opponent Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh ULM ULM ULM ULM ULM ULM ULM Penn State Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Northwestern Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue Nebraska Oklahoma Oklahoma Average Drive*

Plays 14 8 2 4 10 12 10 5 7 11 5 3 4 15 5 7 7 7 9 8 6 8 6 3 12 12 9 3 11 3 4 5 12 2 4 10 4 8 8 10 8 7 6 11 4 11 7 9 7 8 15 11 11 2 10 16 12 8.1

Yards 58 58 82 7 80 82 52 19 44 80 25 25 9 86 60 73 64 64 74 60 29 80 60 41 53 72 52 72 64 71 -2 24 69 80 72 56 53 8 77 53 63 71 76 78 7 62 83 28 80 80 81 70 54 55 80 75 78 60.1

Time of Poss. 6:25 3:32 0:56 1:18 4:28 5:55 4:43 1:58 3:21 4:30 0:00 0:00 0:00 7:30 1:55 2:14 1:37 1:31 3:21 4:01 2:04 2:03 2:48 1:17 5:53 5:39 3:43 1:42 5:24 0:58 1:46 0:54 7:10 0:56 1:23 4:19 0:44 4:06 4:23 4:41 4:20 3:12 3:01 5:15 1:56 5:27 3:22 2:52 2:44 3:14 6:35 4:18 5:00 0:42 1:53 7:50 3:28 3:41

Result FG TD TD FG TD TD FG FG FG TD TD TD FG FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG FG TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD

Qtr. 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 3 3 4 OT OT OT 2 3 4 4 4 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 2 1 2 3 4 4 4 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 2 3 4 1 2 2 4 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 4 4 4 4

Play Mike Meyer, 39-yard field goal James Vandenberg, 1-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 88-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal Marvin McNutt, Jr., 19-yard pass from James Vandenberg Kevonte Martin-Manley, 6-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal Mike Meyer, 50-yard field goal Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marcus Coker, 4-yard run Keenan Davis, 23-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 34-yard field goal Mike Meyer, 22-yard field goal James Vandenberg, 1-yard run Keenan Davis, 14-yard pass from James Vandenberg Kevonte Martin-Manley, 25-yard pass from James Vandenberg Kevonte Martin-Manley, 22-yard pass from James Vandenberg James Vandenberg, 1-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 13-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 4-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 17-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 2-yard run Keenan Davis, 23-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal Mike Meyer, 2-yard field goal Keenan Davis, 47-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 34-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 40-yard field goal Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 80-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marvin McNutt, Jr., 24-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 2-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 29-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 47-yard field goal Brad Herman, 1-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marvin McNutt, Jr., 12-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marcus Coker, 1-yard run Marcus Coker, 4-yard run Brad Herman, 1-yard pass from James Vandenberg Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal Marcus Coker, 13-yard run C.J. Fiedorowicz, 8-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marvin McNutt, Jr., 3-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 2-yard run Marvin McNutt, Jr., 26-yard pass from James Vandenberg C.J. Fiedorowicz, 5-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 2-yard run Mike Meyer, 38-yard field goal Marvin McNutt, Jr., 51-yard pass from James Vandenberg Marcus Coker, 2-yard run C.J. Fiedorowicz, 5-yard pass from James Vandenberg Jordan Canzeri, 9-yard pass from James Vandenberg

IOWA SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS (yardage)* Category 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99 Iowa-TD 0 0 3 0 1 5 9 12 11 0 Iowa-FG 4 1 0 0 1 5 0 1 1 0 * - Does not include overtime drives

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LONGEST SCORING DRIVES Plays: 15 (86 yards, 7:30 TOP, FG/81 yards 6:35 TOP) Yards: 86 (15 plays, 7:30 TOP, FG) Time of Possession: 7:30 (15 plays, 86 yards, FG)


2011 RED ZONE STATISTICS/BIG TEN RANKINGS 2011 Red Zone Stats Times Times In 20 Scored at Iowa 4 3 Tennessee Tech 2 1 Iowa 5 5 at Iowa State 9 6 at Iowa 3 3 Pittsburgh 3 3 at Iowa 6 6 ULM 3 2 Iowa 1 1 at Penn State 4 3 at Iowa 4 4 Northwestern 5 3 at Iowa 4 4 Indiana 5 4 Iowa 6 3 at Minnesota 5 4 at Iowa 3 3 Michigan 5 3 at Iowa 4 3 Michigan State 4 4 Iowa 5 3 at Purdue 4 2 Iowa 1 1 at Nebraska 3 3 Iowa (n) 3 2 vs. Oklahoma 5 4 Iowa Totals 49 41 Opponent Totals 57 42 Iowa Percentage: 83.7 (41 of 49)

Total Rush Pass FGs Pts TDs TDs TDs Made 17 2 1 1 1 7 1 1 0 0 28 3 2 1 2 41 6 2 4 0 17 2 1 1 1 13 1 0 1 2 38 5 3 2 1 14 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 13 1 0 1 2 20 2 2 0 2 21 3 1 2 0 24 3 2 1 1 24 3 2 1 1 21 3 2 1 0 22 3 2 1 1 21 3 2 1 0 16 2 0 2 1 21 3 1 2 0 20 2 0 2 2 17 2 1 1 1 14 2 1 1 0 7 1 1 0 0 17 2 1 1 1 14 2 0 2 0 24 3 2 1 1 248 31 18 13 10 246 31 14 17 11 Opponent Percentage: 73.7 (42 of 57)

- - - - Failed to Score inside 20 - - - FGA Downs Int Fum 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 3 2 4 5 3

Half 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Game 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

Iowa in Final Big Ten and NCAA Rankings (Includes All Games) INDIVIDUAL Category __________ Athlete ____________ Stats _ Big Ten __ NCAA Receiving Yards/Game Marvin McNutt, Jr. ____ 101.2 ___ 1st_____12th Passes Defended ____ Micah Hyde _________ 0.85 __ T-1st ____ ----PAT Kicking Pct.______ Mike Meyer _________ 100.0 __ T-1st ____ ----Rushing ____________ Marcus Coker ________ 115.3 ___2nd ____15th Receptions/Game ____ Marvin McNutt, Jr. _____ 6.3 ____2nd ___ T-27th All-Purpose Yards ____ Marcus Coker ________ 128.4 ___ 3rd ___ 42nd QB Sacks ___________ Mike Daniels ________ 0.62 ___ 3rd ___ T-24th Fumbles Forced _____ Shaun Prater ________ 0.31 ___ 3rd ___ T-28th Passing Avg./Game ___ James Vandenberg ___ 232.5 ___ 3rd ____39th Scoring ____________ Marcus Coker _________ 7.5 ____ 4th ___ T-56th Total Offense ________ James Vandenberg ___ 237.2 ___ 4th ____44th Scoring (Kick) _______ Mike Meyer __________ 6.6 ____ 5th ____ ----Tackles_____________ James Morris _________ 9.2 ____ 5th ___ T-37th Pass Efficiency_______ James Vandenberg ___ 138.5 ___ 5th ____41st Punting Avg. ________ Eric Guthrie _________ 41.2 ___ 6th ____51st All-Purpose Yards ____ Marvin McNutt, Jr. ____ 106.7 ___ 6th ____81st Kick Return Avg. _____ Jordan Bernstine _____ 23.8 ___ 7th ____54th Tackles_____________ Christian Kirksey ______ 8.5 ____ 7th ___ T-60th Field Goals/Game ____ Mike Meyer _________ 1.08 ___ 7th ___ T-58th Fumbles Recovered __ Tyler Nielsen ________ 0.17 __ T-7th ___ T-68th Receptions/Game ____ Keenan Davis _________ 4.2 ____ 8th ____ ----Field Goal Pct. _______ Mike Meyer _________ 70.0 ___ 8th ____ ----Interceptions _______ Micah Hyde _________ 0.23 __ T-8th ___ T-90th Interceptions _______ Tanner Miller ________ 0.23 __ T-8th ___ T-90th Receiving Yards/Game Keenan Davis ________ 59.4 ___ 9th ___ T-93rd Scoring ____________ Mike Meyer __________ 6.6 ____ 9th ____88th Passes Defended ____ Broderick Binns ______ 0.69 __ T-9th ____ ----Tackles_____________ Jordan Bernstine ______ 7.4 ___ 10th ____ ----Tackles For Loss _____ Mike Daniels ________ 0.96 __T-10th __ T-69th QB Sacks ___________ Broderick Binns ______ 0.38 __T-11th ___ ----Tackles For Loss _____ Broderick Binns ______ 0.92 __T-13th ___ ----Tackles_____________ Thomas Nardo ________ 6.8 ___ 18th ____ -----

TEAM Category __________________ Stats _______Big Ten ________ NCAA Net Punting_________________ 38.5 _________1st ___________ 25th PAT Kicking Pct.______________ 100.0 ________ T-1st __________ ----Fewest Yards Penalized _______ 35.6 ________ 2nd____________8th Red Zone Defense Pct. ________ 73.7 ________ 2nd__________ T-14th Fewest Penalties/Game ________ 4.8 _________ 3rd ___________ 22nd Passing Offense _____________ 234.8 ________ 3rd ___________ 59th Pass Efficiency_______________ 136.6 ________ 5th ___________ 46th Fewest Turnovers _____________ 18 _________ 6th __________ T-20th First Downs ________________ 20.5 ________ 6th ___________ 55th Scoring Offense _____________ 27.5 ________ 6th ___________ 58th Punt Returns _________________ 7.9 _________ 6th ___________ 64th Turnover Margin _____________ +0.08________ T-6th _________ T-49th Total Offense ________________ 372.5 ________ 7th ___________ 76th Interceptions ________________ 10 _________ 7th __________ T-73rd Kickoff Returns ______________ 21.9 ________ 7th ___________ 55th Rushing Defense_____________ 156.0 ________ 7th ___________ 62nd Quarterback Sacks Allowed ____ 2.23 ________ T-7th _________ T-78th Quarterback Sacks ___________ 1.69 ________ T-7th _________ T-77th Red Zone Offense Pct. ________ 83.7 ________ 8th __________ T-45th Third Down Conversion Pct.____ 39.8 ________ 8th ___________ 72nd Scoring Defense _____________ 23.8 ________ 8th ___________ 46th Total Defense _______________ 378.9 ________ 8th ___________ 60th Fourth Down Conversion Pct. __ 52.4 ________ T-8th _________ T-56th Pass Efficiency Defense _______ 132.9 ________ 9th ___________ 72nd Field Goal Pct. _______________ 70.0 ________ 10th __________ ----Tackles For Loss ______________ 4.8 _________ 10th __________ 94th Time of Possession ___________ 28:33 ________ 10th __________ 96th Third Down Defense Pct. ______ 45.9 ________ 10th __________ 99th First Downs Allowed__________ 21.4 ________ 11th __________ 81st Kickoff Coverage_____________ 41.7 ________ 11th __________ 58th Passing Defense _____________ 222.9 ________ 11th __________ 58th Rushing Offense _____________ 137.7 ________ 12th __________ 79th Fourth Down Defense Pct. _____ 73.7 ________ 12th __________119th

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2011 AWARDS & HONORS DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR NORM PARKER AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year JOE AUDLEHELM Team Leader Award, Offense Team Leader Award, Special Teams Players Choice Award, Offense STEVE BIGACH Capital One/CoSIDA District Six Academic All-America team Academic all-Big Ten BRODERICK BINNS Second team all-Big Ten by league media Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Third team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player, Defense Named to Ted Hendricks Award preseason Watch List Named to Pony Express Award preseason Watch List Honorable mention preseason All-America by Consensus Draft Services Second team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele DAMON BULLOCK Team Leader Award, Offense MARCUS COKER Third team All-America by Yahoo! Sports Honorable mention All-America by SI.com Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media Second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Second team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness National Running Back of the Week vs. Minnesota by CFPA Named to Doak Walker Award preseason Watch List Named to Maxwell Award preseason Watch List Preseason Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated Second team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports Third team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

ADAM GETTIS Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media Second team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat” Award, Defense ERIC GUTHRIE Honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Academic all-Big Ten Permanent Team Captain, Special Teams Forest Evashevski Scholastic Achievement Award Reggie Roby Special Teams Award, Specialist Ray Guy Award Watch List Big Ten Conference Sportsmanship Award Honorable mention Punter of the Week vs. Louisiana-Monroe by CFPA Named to AFCA Community Service Award preseason Watch List JACOB HILLYER Team Leader Award, Special Teams MICAH HYDE First team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Second team all-Big Ten by league media Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league coaches Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Honorable mention Defensive Back of the Week vs. Penn State by CFPA Honorable mention Defensive Back of the Week vs. Pittsburgh by CFPA Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Defensive Back Trophy Second team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Third team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY Honorable mention Linebacker of the Week vs. Iowa State by CFPA CASEY KREITER Academic all-Big Ten

MARCUS COLLINS Team Leader Award, Defense

NOLAN MACMILLAN Third team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

DARIAN COOPER Team Leader Award, Defense

KEVONTE MARTIN-MANLEY BTN.com Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team

MIKE DANIELS Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media Second team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Permanent Team Captain, Defense Iron Hawk Award Honorable mention Defensive Lineman of the Week vs. Purdue by CFPA Named to Pony Express Award preseason Watch List Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Defensive Lineman Trophy Honorable mention preseason All-America by Consensus Draft Services Third team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports Third team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Senior Bowl

RILEY MCMINN Team Leader Award, Defense

KEENAN DAVIS Named to Biletnikoff Award Watch List JAMES FERENTZ Honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media Named to Rimington Trophy preseason Watch List

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MARVIN MCNUTT, JR. Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year in the Big Ten Conference First team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media Third team All-America by Phil Steele Honorable mention All-America by Pro Football Weekly First team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele First team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player, Offense Permanent Team Captain, Offense National Wide Receiver of the Week vs. Purdue and Indiana by CFPA Big Ten offensive Player of the Week vs. Indiana Finalist for Wide Receiver Performance of the Year vs. Indiana for All-Star Football Challenge Honorable mention Wide Receiver of the Week vs. Tenn. Tech by CFPA Named to Biletnikoff Award preseason Watch List Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Wide Receiver Trophy Fourth team preseason All-America by Phil Steele First team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Second team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports Senior Bowl


2011 AWARDS & HONORS MIKE MEYER Semifinal candidate for Lou Groza Award National Placekicker of the Week vs. Iowa State by CFPA “Stars of the Week” vs. Iowa State by Lou Groza Award Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Placekicker Trophy Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Kickoff Specialist Trophy TANNER MILLER Honorable mention Defensive Back of the Week vs. Purdue by CFPA National Defensive Back of the Week vs. Northwestern by CFPA Nominated for Geico Play of the Year vs. Northwestern for Geico’s Best of College Football JAMES MORRIS Honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media Third team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Third team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Academic all-Big Ten Second team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele Second team preseason All-Big Ten by Lindy’s Football Preview Second team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports

RILEY REIFF First team All-America by Pro Football Weekly Third team All-America by Yahoo! Sports Fourth team All-America by Phil Steele Honorable mention All-America by SI.com First team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media First team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Second team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness Named to Rotary Lombardi Award preseason Watch List Named to Outland Trophy preseason Watch List Ranked No. 49 on Rivals.com preseason Top 100 Countdown First team preseason All-America by Playboy Magazine Second team preseason All-America by Consensus Draft Services Third team preseason All-America by Phil Steele Third team preseason All-America by Athlon Sports First team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports First team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele’s College Football First team preseason All-Big Ten by Lindy’s Football Preview Honorable mention pre-season All-America by GoDaddy.com BRAD ROGERS Comeback Player of the Year

TOM NARDO Brett Greenwood Award Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week vs. Louisiana-Monroe

BRANDON SCHERFF BTN.com Big Ten Conference all-Freshman team

NICK NIELSEN Academic all-Big Ten

STEVE STAGGS Academic all-Big Ten

TYLER NIELSEN Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media Capital One/CoSIDA District Six Academic All-America team Academic all-Big Ten Permanent Team Captain, Defense Forest Evashevski Scholastic Achievement Award Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat” Award, Defense Players Choice Award, Defense Candidate for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award Semifinal candidate for NFF William V. Campbell Trophy Honorable mention Linebacker of the Week vs. Michigan by CFPA Named to Butkus Award preseason Watch List Named to Lott IMPACT Trophy preseason Watch List Fourth team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

KYLE STEINBRECHER Academic all-Big Ten

WOODY ORNE Academic all-Big Ten SHAUN PRATER First team all-Big Ten by league coaches Honorable mention all-Big Ten by league media Second team all-Big Ten by Phil Steele Second team all-Big Ten by College Football Madness HM Defensive Back of the Week vs. Tennessee Tech by CFPA Named to Bronko Nagurski Trophy preseason Watch List Named to Bednarik Award preseason Watch List Named to CFPA preseason Watch List for Defensive Back Trophy Ranked No. 70 on Rivals.com preseason Top 100 Countdown Second team preseason All-America by Lindy’s Football Preview Second team preseason All-America by Athlon Sports Second team preseason All-America by GoDaddy.com HM preseason All-America by Consensus Draft Services First team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports First team preseason All-Big Ten by Phil Steele First team preseason All-Big Ten by Lindy’s Football Preview East-West Shrine Game

JACK SWANSON Academic all-Big Ten DEAN TSOPANIDES Team Leader Award, Special Teams JAMES VANDENBERG Capital One/CoSIDA District Six Academic All-America team Academic all-Big Ten Permanent Team Captain, Offense Honorable mention Quarterback of the Week vs. Indiana by CFPA Honorable mention Quarterback of the Week vs. ULM by CFPA Big Ten Conference offensive Player of the Week vs. Pittsburgh Nominated for Manning Award “Stars of the Week” vs. Pittsburgh Nominated for Quarterback Performance of the Year vs. Pittsburgh Honorable mention Quarterback of the Week vs. Pittsburgh by CFPA BRETT VAN SLOTEN Academic all-Big Ten JORDAN WALSH Team Leader Award, Offense JASON WHITE Academic all-Big Ten Reggie Roby Special Teams Award, Overall MARKUS ZUSEVICS Honorable mention all-Big Ten by both league coaches and media Second team preseason all-Big Ten by Athlon Sports East-West Shrine Game

TERRANCE PRYOR Academic all-Big Ten

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2011 FINAL DEPTH CHART/NOTES OFFENSE Pos. No. SE 7 ** 83 LT 77 ** 78 LG 60 68 C 53 * 59 RG 73 * 95 RT 56 ** 70 * TE 86 * 85 * or 39 *** QB 16 ** 14 WR 6 ** 11 RB 3 ** 33 OR 32 FB 38 * 92 * PK 96 * 8 *

Name Marvin McNutt, Jr. Steven Staggs Riley Reiff Andrew Donnal Matt Tobin Brandon Scherff James Ferentz Conor Boffeli Adam Gettis Woody Orne Markus Zusevics Brett Van Sloten C.J. Fiedorowicz Zach Derby Brad Herman James Vandenberg John Wienke Keenan Davis Kevonte Martin-Manley Jason White Jordan Canzeri Damon Bullock Brad Rogers Jonathan Gimm Mike Meyer Trent Mossbrucker

DEFENSE Pos. No. DE 54 or 58 *** DT 87 71 DT 93 ** 99 DE 91 *** 96 OLB 20 * 13 * MLB 45 *** 52 WLB 44 * 31 * LC 28 *** 19 * SS 4 *** 10 FS 5 * 40 ** RC 18 ** 2 ** PT 6

Name Steve Bigach Lebron Daniel Thomas Nardo Carl Davis Mike Daniels Joe Gaglione Broderick Binns Joe Forgy Christian Kirksey Tom Donatell Tyler Nielsen Quinton Alston James Morris Anthony Hitchens Shaun Prater B.J. Lowery Jordan Bernstine Collin Sleeper Tanner Miller Jack Swanson Micah Hyde Greg Castillo Eric Guthrie

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ABOUT THE 2011 HAWKEYES Iowa completed the 2011 season with a 7-6 overall record and a 4-4 mark in Big Ten play. The Hawkeyes were bowl eligible for the 11th straight season, dropping a 31-14 decision in the 2011 Insight Bowl at Tempe, Ariz. Iowa competed in its 10th bowl game since the 2001 season. The Hawkeyes have placed in the Big Ten’s first division in 10 of the last 11 seasons. Iowa posted a 3-1 mark in nonconference action, with the only blemish being a three-overtime loss at Iowa State. The Hawkeyes were 1-3 against ranked opponents. Iowa defeated 13thranked Michigan (24-16) and lost to 13th-ranked Michigan State (37-21), both at home. Iowa lost at 22nd-ranked Nebraska (20-7) and to 14th-ranked Oklahoma at the Insight Bowl. In addition to the win over Michigan, Iowa also defeated Northwestern, Indiana and Purdue in conference play. Iowa’s offense was led by senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., junior QB James Vandenberg and sophomore RB Marcus Coker. McNutt set singleseason (1,315) and career (2,861) records for receiving yards and touchdowns (12 and 28). His 82 receptions tied the single-season record. Vandenberg threw for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, completing 58.7% of his pass attempts. Coker’s rushing total of 1,384 yards ranks fourth best for a single season at Iowa and he scored 15 touchdowns. Sophomore linebackers James Morris and Christian Kirksey led the Hawkeyes in tackles, each with 110. Senior DT Mike Daniels (13.5-63) and senior DE Broderick Binns (12-58) led the team in tackles for loss. Daniels also had nine QB sacks, while Binns had five sacks and eight pass break-ups. Junior CB Micah Hyde and sophomore safety Tanner Miller each had three interceptions and Hyde matched Binns with eight pass break-ups. IOWA BOWL ELIGIBLE AGAIN The Hawkeyes were bowl eligible for the 11th straight season under Coach Kirk Ferentz and his staff. The Hawkeyes have appeared in 10 bowl games since 2001. Iowa won the Outback Bowl over South Carolina following the 2008 season, concluded the 2009 campaign with a win over Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl and defeated Missouri in the 2010 Insight Bowl. Iowa’s threegame bowl win streak (2008-10) is an Iowa record. The Hawkeyes have posted a 6-4 record in bowl games under Ferentz, including wins in four of six January bowl games. IOWA BOWL NOTES • Iowa has posted a 14-11-1 (.558) record in 26 bowl games. The Hawkeyes have competed in the Rose (five times), Alamo (four), Holiday (three), Outback (three), Orange (two), Peach (two), Sun (two), Insight (two), and the Capital One, Gator and Freedom bowls once. • The 2011 Insight Bowl was Iowa’s 10th post season event under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa has competed in six January bowl games since the 2002 season. Iowa is 6-4 in bowl games since 2001, all under Coach Kirk Ferentz. • Iowa defeated Texas Tech (19-16) in the 2001 Alamo Bowl. The Hawkeyes used the 2001 Alamo Bowl win as a springboard to four consecutive

January bowl games; Iowa lost to USC (38-17) in the 2003 Orange Bowl, defeated Florida (37-17) in the 2004 Outback Bowl and LSU (30-25) in the 2005 Capital One Bowl, and lost to Florida (31-24) in the 2006 Outback Bowl. Iowa returned to the Alamo Bowl in 2006, falling (26-24) to Texas. Iowa appeared in its fifth January bowl game under Coach Kirk Ferentz at the conclusion of the 2008 season, defeating South Carolina (31-10) in the 2009 Outback Bowl. The Hawkeyes defeated Atlantic Coast Conference champion Georgia Tech (24-14) in the 2010 FedEx Orange Bowl. • Iowa has posted a 6-4 bowl record under Kirk Ferentz. Ferentz is tied for third on the all-time list of Big Ten coaches with six bowl victories. Iowa’s .600 (6-4) winning percentage in bowl games in the BCS era ranks as the best in the Big Ten Conference. • Four of Iowa’s six bowl wins under Kirk Ferentz have been in January. Under Ferentz, the Hawkeyes have bowl wins over teams from the Southeastern (three), Big 12 (two) and Atlantic Coast conferences. HAWKEYES THIRD IN BOWL APPEARANCES Iowa ranks third in Big Ten bowl appearances. Ohio State has received a conference-best 42 bowl bids, followed by Michigan (41) and the Hawkeyes (26). Wisconsin ranks fourth with 23. Iowa (14-11-1, .558), Penn State (27-15-2, .636) and Purdue (9-7, .563) are the only Big Ten teams with a winning percentage in bowl games. Nebraska, competing in the Big Ten for the first time in 2011, holds a 24-24 (.500) record in 48 bowl games. Iowa was one of 10 Big Ten Conference teams to play in a bowl game following the 2011 season. The Big Ten had two teams competing in BCS games for the 11th time in 14 seasons. Since the inception of the BCS in 1998, the Big Ten has qualified 25 teams for BCS bowls, more than any other conference. Seven different Big Ten programs have played in BCS bowl games. The Big Ten sent 10 teams to bowl games in 2011 for the first time ever. BEST IN THE BIG TEN Iowa has posted a 6-4 bowl record under Coach Kirk Ferentz. Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl games, than Iowa. Following is the record for Big Ten teams in bowl games since 2001: BCS Team Record Pct. Record Iowa 6-4 .600 1-1 Ohio State 5-5 .500 5-3 Penn State 5-5 .500 1-1 Illinois 2-2 .500 0-2 Nebraska 4-5 .444 1-1 Minnesota 3-4 .429 0-0 Purdue 3-4 .429 0-1 Wisconsin 4-6 .400 2-2 Michigan 3-6 .333 2-3 Michigan State 2-5 .286 0-0 Northwestern 0-6 .000 0-0 Indiana 0-1 .000 0-0


2011 FINAL NOTES FIVE NAMED PERMANENT CAPTAINS Iowa’s permanent captains for the 2011 season include WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. and QB James Vandenberg (offense), DL Mike Daniels and LB Tyler Nielsen (defense) and P Eric Guthrie (special teams). All, except Vandenberg, were seniors in 2011. McNutt, Vandenberg, Daniels and Nielsen were game captains for each of Iowa’s 12 regular season games. McNutt earned first team all-Big Ten honors after setting Iowa single season and career receiving records. Vandenberg started all 13 games, passing for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns. Daniels had 67 tackles while leading the team with nine QB sacks and 13 tackles for loss. Nielsen played both outside and middle linebacker, collecting 73 tackles in 12 games. Guthrie handled all Iowa punting in 2011, averaging 41.2 yards on 53 punts. He had 18 punts inside the 20, with just four touchbacks, and opponents averaged 4.6 yards on just 14 returns. MCNUTT AND BINNS ARE MVPS Seniors Marvin McNutt, Jr., and Broderick Binns were named co-winners of the 2011 Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award. McNutt (6-4, 215) was previously named winner of the Big Ten’s Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year Award. He was named first team all-Big Ten by both the coaches and media. McNutt established a single season record for touchdown receptions (12) and tied the school mark for receptions in a season (82). He also holds school records for receiving yards in a season (1,315) and career (2,861), and career scoring receptions (28). He had over 100 receiving yards in eight games in 2011. He ranks 10th on Iowa’s career scoring list with 168 points. Binns, (6-2, 261) was named to the media’s second all-Big Ten team. He was named to the preseason watch list for the Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award. He started all 13 games and has 31 career starts. Binns recorded 60 tackles in 2011, including 12 tackles for loss (-58 yards) and five QB sacks (-36 yards). He tied for the team lead with eight pass break-ups and had two interceptions. He collected 179 career tackles. TEAM AWARDS ANNOUNCED In addition to the team MVP and captain awards, additional 2011 season awards were announced at Iowa’s annual team banquet. • OL Adam Gettis and LB Tyler Nielsen were named co-winners of the Hayden Fry “Extra Heartbeat” Award. Both are seniors. The Hayden Fry Award is given in honor of Iowa’s Hall of Fame coach who retired after the 1998 season. The award goes to a player(s) who gives that little bit extra at all times. • The “Iron Hawk Award” was given to senior DL Mike Daniels. It is presented to a Hawkeye who has given his all every play, for the entire season, and has represented his team and school in an exemplary fashion. • The Brett Greenwood Award is new in 2011 and will be given annually to the student-athlete who is/was a walk-on and best exemplifies the core values and behavior of the former Hawkeye defensive back, who was also a walk-on. This year’s winner is senior DL Tom Nardo. In addition, the coaching staff will give this honor to a former Hawkeye, who

fits the description, one year at a time, for each season Kirk Ferentz has coached at Iowa. This year’s past recipient is 1999 OL Scott Pospisil. • The Player’s Choice Award went to senior WR Joe Audlehelm and LB Tyler Nielsen. • LB Tyler Nielsen and P Eric Guthrie shared the “Forest Evashevski Scholastic Achievement Award”. The award goes annually to a player(s) who displays a high degree of proficiency in both the classroom and on the playing field. Both winners are members of the Big Ten all-Academic team. Nielsen has been an academic all-Big Ten selection four years in a row. Guthrie is also Iowa’s recipient of the 2011 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award. • P Eric Guthrie was also named the “Reggie Roby Special Teams Specialist of the Year”. Senior running back and special team regular Jason White was named winner of the overall “Reggie Roby Special Teams Player of the Year Award”. The awards are named after the late Iowa punter who was firstteam all-American in 1981 and 1982. Roby died in 2005. He punted in the NFL for 16 years. • The “Comeback Player of the Year” award went to sophomore fullback Brad Rogers. He started the last seven games of the 2011 season. Rogers was plagued with a heart virus since last December and returned to action after missing Iowa’s four nonconference games. • A total of nine “Team Leader” Awards were given to eight players. Offensively the awards went to senior WR Joe Audlehelm, RB Damon Bullock and lineman Jordan Walsh. Both Bullock and Walsh are freshmen. Defensively the honors went to three freshmen; LB Marcus Collins, lineman Darian Cooper and DE Riley McMinn. Special Team winners are Audlehelm, freshmen WR Jacob Hillyer and DL Dean Tsopanides. POSTSEASON HONORS Several members of the University of Iowa football team gained postseason honors from various media outlets and websites following the season: Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., junior OL Riley Reiff and sophomore RB Marcus Coker earned All-America recognition. Pro Football Weekly named Reiff a first team All-American, while McNutt earned honorable mention honors. Reiff started all 13 games at left tackle for an Iowa offense that featured record-setting performances by McNutt and Coker in 2011. Reiff has 37 career starts, including 34 consecutive games. McNutt established single season and career records for receiving yardage and touchdowns and tied Iowa’s single season reception mark. Coker rushed for 1,384 yards, the fourth best total in school history. Phil Steele’s All-America selections include McNutt as a third team selection and Reiff as a fourth team honoree. Yahoo! Sports named Reiff and Coker third team All-America, while SI.com gave honorable mention All-America honors to Reiff and Coker. Phil Steele’s all-Big Ten selections include first team recognition to McNutt and Reiff, second team honors to Coker and senior DB Shaun Prater, and third team honors to senior OL Adam Gettis, senior defensive linemen Mike Daniels and Broderick Binns, junior DB Micah Hyde, sophomore LB James Morris and senior P Eric Guthrie. College Sports Madness named McNutt and Hyde to its all-Big Ten first team, while Coker, Get-

tis, Reiff, Daniels and Prater were second team selections and Binns and Morris were named to the third team. The BTN.com all-Freshman team included WR Kevonte Martin-Manley and OL Brandon Scherff. Martin-Manley ranked third on the team with 30 receptions for 323 yards and three touchdowns. He started two games while playing in all 13 contests and was used on KO returns late in the season. Scherff started three games and played in 11 contests at left guard while sharing time with Matt Tobin. HAWKEYES EARN ACADEMIC HONORS Fourteen members of the Iowa football team earned academic all-Big Ten recognition in 2011. Those players include junior DL Steve Bigach, senior P Eric Guthrie, sophomore LS Casey Kreiter, sophomore LB James Morris, junior WR Nick Nielsen, senior LB Tyler Nielsen, senior OL Woody Orne, senior LB Terrance Pryor, junior WR Steven Staggs, senior DB Kyle Steinbrecher, junior DB Jack Swanson, sophomore OL Brett Van Sloten, junior QB James Vandenberg and senior RB Jason White. Tyler Nielsen was named to the academic team for the fourth straight year, while Swanson, Vandenberg and White were honored for the third time. Bigach and Van Sloten have earned the honor the last two seasons. Bigach, Tyler Nielsen and Vandenberg were named to the Capital One CoSIDA all- District VI first team. IOWA’S ACADEMIC SUCCESS In the NCAA’s most recent release on academic standing, Iowa’s football team ranks eighth nationally with a 2011 Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of 83 percent. Kirk Ferentz’s squad was one of only nine bowl participants to score 80 percent or better on the NCAA’s “real-time” measurement of academic success. The Hawkeyes ranked third among the 10 Big Ten Conference teams who participated in a bowl games. The Big Ten is also the only conference with more than one team at 80 percent or better. The national average for Football Bowl Subdivision football programs is a GSR score of 69. ALL-BIG TEN HONORS Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. was named the recipient of the Big Ten’s inaugural Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year Award, highlighting Iowa’s all-Big Ten selections for 2011. McNutt is one of eight Hawkeye players named to either the first or second all-Big Ten teams, voted on by the league’s coaches and media. McNutt, along with junior offensive tackle Riley Reiff, earned first team recognition from both the coaches and media. Senior DB Shaun Prater was a first team selection by league coaches. Prater earned first team honors for the second straight year, while McNutt and Reiff each moved to the first team after earning second team honors in 2010. Sophomore RB Marcus Coker, senior DT Mike Daniels and senior offensive guard Adam Gettis were named to the second team by league coaches, while senior DE Broderick Binns and junior DB Micah Hyde were named to the media second team. Daniels and Hyde each earned honorable mention recognition in 2010.

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2011 FINAL NOTES Four Hawkeyes were named honorable mention by both coaches and media, including senior offensive tackle Markus Zusevics, senior P Eric Guthrie, junior center James Ferentz and sophomore LB James Morris. Binns and Hyde were named honorable mention by the coaches, while the media named Daniels, Gettis, Prater and senior LB Tyler Nielsen to its honorable mention list. In addition to being named honorable mention by both coaches and media, Guthrie is Iowa’s recipient of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award. THREE EARN ACADEMIC HONORS Three members of the University of Iowa football program were named to the Capital One Academic All-District Six first team. Those players include senior LB Tyler Nielsen, junior QB James Vandenberg and junior DL Steve Bigach. Nielsen holds a 3.56 GPA and is a marketing major who has already earned his bachelor’s degree. He has earned academic all-Big Ten recognition in each of the past three seasons. Nielsen started 12 games in 2011, missing the Indiana game due to injury. He played both the outside and middle linebacker positions. He recorded 73 tackles, including four for loss and a QB sack. He forced one fumble and had two fumble recoveries. Vandenberg started all 12 games. He carries a 3.34 GPA and is majoring in integrative physiology. Vandenberg earned academic all-Big Ten honors in 2010. He completed 237-404 pass attempts for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, with just seven interceptions. Bigach is majoring in integrative physiology and mathematics and has a 3.65 GPA. He also earned academic all-Big Ten honors in 2010. He played in 12 games, earning three starts at defensive tackle and two at defensive end. He recorded nine solo tackles and 15 assists. In the last 13 seasons, under Coach Kirk Ferentz, 19 Iowa football student-athletes have combined to earn academic all-District and allAmerica recognition on 35 occasions. MCNUTT, JR. SETS RECORDS Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. had a record breaking season. McNutt established a single season record for touchdown receptions with 12 (Maurice Brown had 11 in 2002) and tied the school mark for receptions in a season (82). He also set Iowa records for single season yardage (1,315), career yardage (2,861) and career scoring receptions (28). McNutt had eight scoring receptions in both 2009 and 2010. McNutt had over 100 receiving yards in eight games. He ranks second in career receptions (170). He had 184 receiving yards (six catches) vs. Indiana, the eighth best single-game total at Iowa, and 151 yards on nine receptions in a win at Purdue. McNutt ranks 11th in career scoring with 168 points. IOWA BY QUARTERS Iowa outscored its opponents in the first (69-57), second (106-75) and fourth (105-91) quarters, but was outscored in the third (67-61) quarter. Iowa was outscored in three overtime periods (20-17) at Iowa State.

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MCNUTT IN BIG TEN RECORDS Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. ranks 10th all-time in the Big Ten in career touchdown receptions. He had 12 touchdowns in 2011 and 28 career scores. He had eight touchdowns in both 2009 and 2010. With the 28 touchdowns, McNutt moves past six former players who were tied for the 10th spot with 27 touchdowns. In addition, McNutt is seventh in the Big Ten in single season receiving yards (1,315 yards in 2011). SURPASSING 1,300-YARDS For the first time in school history, Iowa’s offense in 2011 featured a 1,300-yard receiver and rusher in the same season. Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. had 1,315 receiving yards, while running back Marcus Coker rushed for 1,384 yards. The two combined for 27 of Iowa’s 43 offensive touchdowns. In addition, junior QB James Vandenberg passed for 3,022 yards. McNutt established a single season record for receiving yards and tied the mark for receptions in a season (82). Coker’s rushing total ranks fourth best for a single season and Vandenberg’s passing total ranks fourth best in a season. An Iowa running back has gained over 1,000 rushing yards in 17 seasons (seven times under Kirk Ferentz). McNutt is just the fourth Hawkeye receiver to total over 1,000 receiving yards in one season, the second under Ferentz. IOWA COMEBACKS Iowa’s rally for a 31-27 win over Pittsburgh (Sept. 17) is believed to be the largest comeback for a win in Hawkeye history, as the Hawkeyes trailed by 21 points (24-3) with 3:11 remaining in the third quarter. BIG PLAY HAWKEYES Iowa had 47 pass plays and eight rushing plays, along with three interception returns, 28 KO returns, one punt return and 14 field goals, of at least 20 yards. Iowa opponents had 32 passing plays, nine rushing plays, two punt returns, three interception returns, one fumble return and 34 KO returns of 20 yards or more. ON THE AVERAGE For the season, Iowa averaged 5.5 yards on 389 first down plays, 6.1 yards on 290 second down plays, 4.4 yards on 175 third down plays and 5.3 yards on 21 fourth down plays. Iowa was 11-21 (.524) on fourth down conversions. AVERAGE SCORING DRIVES Iowa’s 54 scoring drives averaged 8.1 plays, 60.1 yards and 3:41 in elapsed time. Iowa had 11 scoring drives that covered 80 yards or more. Iowa had 41 touchdown drives, which averaged 7.8 plays, 66.8 yards and 3:05 in elapsed time. Iowa’s opponents had 50 scoring drives, averaging 9.3 plays, 58.7 yards and 3:51 in elapsed time. The above scoring drive figures do not include overtime.

IOWA IN THE RED ZONE For the season, Iowa was 41-49 (83.7%) in the red zone, with 18 rushing touchdowns, 13 passing touchdowns and 10 field goals. Iowa has scored on 147 of the last 165 (.891) red zone possessions (101 TDs and 46 FGs), dating back to the Michigan State game in 2008. Iowa is 128-146 (.877) combined inside the red zone its last 42 games. Iowa opponents were 42-57 (73.7%) in the red zone. Iowa allowed 14 rushing touchdowns, 17 passing touchdowns and 11 field goals. POINTS OFF TURNOVERS Iowa scored 47 points following 19 opponent turnovers (10 interceptions, nine fumbles). The Hawkeye defense collected at least one takeaway in 65 of its last 75 games, dating back to 2006. Iowa opponents scored 45 points following 18 Hawkeye turnovers. HAWKEYES ON THE TUBE All Iowa football games were televised on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, FSN or the BTN. The last Iowa contest not televised was vs. Minnesota on Nov. 17, 2001. Iowa has appeared on television in 129 consecutive games. NEW FACES ON THE FIELD Iowa played 10 true freshmen in 2011, including five on offense and five on defense. The list includes RB Mika’il McCall, RB Damon Bullock, WR Marcus Grant, TE Ray Hamilton, LB John Lowdermilk, DB Nico Law, DB Jordan Lomax, LB Marcus Collins RB Jordan Canzeri and LB Quinton Alston. Iowa played nine true freshmen in 2010, but just three true freshmen in 2009. The Hawkeyes played seven true freshmen in 2000, 2003 and 2008. The high mark for true freshman under Coach Kirk Ferentz is 11 in 2007. Hawkeyes who saw the first action of their career in 2011, in addition to the 10 true freshmen, include QB/LB A.J. Derby, FB Matt Meyers, WR Kevonte Martin-Manley, RB De’Andre Johnson, LB Terrance Pryor, OL Andrew Donnal, OL Tommy Gaul, WR Steven Staggs, DL Mike Hardy, DL Carl Davis, DL Louis Trinca-Pasat and WR Jordan Cotton. Nineteen Hawkeyes started for the first time in 2011, including TE Zach Derby, FB Jonathan Gimm, OL Matt Tobin, TE Brad Herman, FB Matt Meyers, WR Keenan Davis, DL Lebron Daniel, DL Tom Nardo, DL Dominic Alvis, LB Christian Kirksey, DB Jordan Bernstine, DB Collin Sleeper, DB Tanner Miller, WR Kevonte Martin-Manley, OLB Tom Donatell, DL Steve Bigach, OL Brandon Scherff, TE C.J. Fiedorowicz and RB Jordan Canzeri. IOWA LIKES STARTING ON OFFENSE Iowa has started the game on offense in 135-of162 games under Kirk Ferentz, including 11 of 13 games in 2011 (all but Iowa State and Michigan). Iowa is 15-12 in the games it has started on defense under Ferentz.


2011 GAME SUMMARIES Iowa 34, Tennessee Tech 7

Iowa State 44, Iowa 41 (3OT)

Sept. 3, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Sept. 10, 2011, Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, Iowa

Tennessee Tech _______ 0 ________0 _______ 0 ________ 7 _______ 7 Iowa ________________ 3 _______ 24 _______ 7 ________ 0 _______ 34

Iowa _______ 7 _______ 3 ________6 _______ 8 _______ 17 _______ 41 Iowa State __ 0 _______10________7 _______ 7 _______ 20 _______ 44

GAME RECAP Iowa dominated the first half of play in defeating Tennessee Tech 34-7 to open the season with a win for the 11th straight year. The Hawkeyes led 27-0 at halftime before the game was delayed for 84 minutes in the third period due to lightning. Iowa built the lead to 34-0 before Tech scored its only points with five minutes remaining in the game. Iowa drove to the Tech 23-yard line on its first drive of the season before losing a fumble. The Hawkeyes came right back on their next possession, taking a 3-0 advantage on a 39-yard field goal by Mike Meyer. Iowa scored on consecutive possessions to start the second period. QB James Vandenberg scored on a one-yard sneak for Iowa’s first touchdown of the season, then connected with WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. on an 88-yard scoring play. Meyer connected on a 2-yard field goal late in the quarter before Shaun Prater completed to 24-point second period with an 89-yard interception return for a score with 10 seconds left in the half. Vandenberg completed 13-21 pass attempts for 219 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions. Vandenberg and McNutt combined on a 19-yard scoring play in the third period. McNutt ed Iowa receivers with 140 yards on six receptions. Freshman RB Mika’il McCall rushed nine times for 61 yards in the first period before being injured. Seven Iowa receivers had at least one reception, but McNutt was the only Hawkeye with more than two catches. Iowa scored 10 points following two pass interceptions in the first half. Sophomore LB James Morris had a 52-yard interception return in the second period that led to an Iowa field goal before Prater closed the half with his 89-yard theft and score. Morris and sophomore LB Christian Kirksey each had 10 tackles to lead Iowa’s defense. Meyer, a sophomore, made his only two field goal attempts, from 39 and 20 yards, and was perfect on four PAT kicks. Senior punter Eric Guthrie averaged 39 yards on three punts, allowing no returns while dropping two punts inside the 20.

GAME RECAP Iowa drove 80 yards for a go-ahead touchdown with 5:50 remaining, but could not get a defensive stop in the final minutes and eventually dropped a 44-41 contest in three overtimes at Iowa State. The loss snapped Iowa’s three-game winning streak in the series. Iowa drove 82 yards for a touchdown on its first drive of the game and added a 42-yard field goal from Mike Meyer in the second for a 10-0 advantage. A 12-yard Iowa State touchdown drive following an Iowa fumble and a 54-yard field goal late in the second period left the teams tied at 10-10 at the break. Meyer connected on field goals of 20 and 50 yards in the third period to give Iowa a 16-10 advantage. The 50-yard field goal marked a career-best for Meyer. ISU answered with a five-play touchdown drive to take its first least with two minutes remaining in the third period. Following a missed field goal attempt by ISU in the final period, the Hawkeye drove 80 yards in 11 plays, taking the lead on a one-yard run by Marcus Coker. Quarterback James Vandenberg connected with WR Keenan Davis on the twopoint conversion and Iowa led 24-17 with 5:50 remaining. Iowa State tied the score with 1:17 to play on a four-yard touchdown pass as the Cyclones converted three times on third down and a fourth and one. Coker scored on a four-yard run in the first overtime, but ISU answered. The Cyclones scored a touchdown in the second overtime, but Iowa answered with a 23-yard touchdown pass from Vandenberg to Davis. Iowa was held to a 34-yard Meyer field goal in the third extra period before ISU scored the winning points on a four-yard run. Coker led Iowa’s rushing attack with 140 yards and two scores on a career-best 35 attempts. Vandenberg completed 16-28 passes for 207 yards and two scores, with no interceptions. Davis led Iowa receivers with five receptions for 95 yards. Sophomore LB Christian Kirksey led Iowa’s defense, recording 13 tackles (11 solo), two tackles for loss, one QB sack, a pass break-up and a caused and recovered fumble.

SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Mike Meyer, 39-yard field goal IA - - James Vandenberg, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 88-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal IA - - Shaun Prater, 89-yard interception return (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 19-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) TECH - - Dontey Gay, one-yard run (Zach Sharp kick)

SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Kevonte Martin-Manley, six-yard pass from James Vandenberg (M. Meyer kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal ISU - - Darius Reynolds, 11-yard pass from Steele Jantz (Zach Guyer kick) ISU - - Grant Mahoney, 54-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 50-yard field goal ISU - - Josh Lenz, eight-yard pass from Steele Jantz (Grant Mahoney kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) ISU - - Darius Darks, four-yard pass from Steele Jantz (Zach Guyer kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, four-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) ISU - - Darius Reynolds, four-yard pass from Steele Jantz (Zach Guyer kick) ISU - - James White, one-yard run (Zach Guyer kick) IA - - Keenan Davis, 23-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 20-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 34-yard field goal ISU - - James White, four-yard run

Attendance: 70,585 TECH _______________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 7______________________________ Score _____________________________ 34 18 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 21 45-140 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 33-148 156 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 246 17-28-2 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 15-26-0 73-296 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 59-394 8-38.4 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 3-39.0 1-0 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 3-1 8-45 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 3-15 33:22 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 26:38 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: McCall 9-61; Coker 11-41, D. Johnson 8-33 TECH: Gay 24-108, 1 TD; Urbano 5-27; Forbes 6-16 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 13-21-0-219 2 TD; A.J. Derby 2-5-0-27 TECH: Lamb 14-24-2-128; Stone 3-4-0-28 RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 6-140 2TD TECH: Benford 7-60; Garrett 4-50 TACKLES: IOWA: Kirksey 10; Morris 10; Bernstine 8 TECH: W. Johnson 7; McIntosh 7; Hennigan 6

Attendance: 56,085 IOWA_______________________TEAM STATS _________________________ISU 41 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 44 18 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 26 43-158 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 52-194 207 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 279 16-29-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 25-38-0 72-365 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 90-473 4-46.8 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 2-51.5 1-1 ________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 3-3 6-35 _______________________ Penalties-Yards _______________________ 11-84 31:00 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 29:00 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: TACKLES: IOWA: Coker 35-140; Vandenberg 7-19 IOWA: Kirksey 13; Castillo 9 ISU: S. Johnson 18-108; Jantz 16-42; White 13-35 ISU: Klein 8; Tau’fo’ou 8 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 16-28-0-207; McNutt, Jr. 0-1-0-0 ISU: Jantz 25-37-0-279; Reynolds 0-1-0-0 RECEIVING: IOWA: K. Davis 5-95 1TD; McNutt, Jr. 4-61; Martin-Manley 4-23 1TD ISU: Reynolds 6-85 2TD; Horne 4-94

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES Iowa 31, Pittsburgh 27

Iowa 45, Louisiana-Monroe 17

Sept. 17, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Sept. 24, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Pittsburgh ___________10________0 _______14 _______ 3 _______ 27 Iowa ________________ 0 ________3 _______ 7 _______ 21 _______ 31 GAME RECAP Iowa rallied in the final 18 minutes for a 31-27 win over Pittsburgh, posting the largest comeback in school history. With Iowa trailing 24-3 with just over three minutes remaining in the third quarter, junior QB James Vandenberg and the Iowa offense took over the game. The Hawkeyes scored their first touchdown with 1:16 left in the period, cutting the deficit to 24-10. Following a Panther field goal, Iowa scored the final 21 points of the game on three touchdown passes. Vandenberg scored on a one-yard rush with 1:16 left in the third period, then connected with WR Keenan Davis on a 14-yard scoring pass with 9:55 remaining. Vandenberg connected with redshirt freshman WR Kevonte Martin-Manley for a 25-yard touchdown with 6:19 remaining and completed the rally with a 22-yard scoring strike to Martin-Manley with 2:51 to play. DB Micah Hyde secured the Iowa win with his second interception with 1:41 left in the game. For the game, Vandenberg completed 31-48 passes for 399 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception. He completed 17 of his last 20 attempts. Davis led Iowa’s receivers with 10 receptions for 129 yards. Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. added eight receptions for 112 yards and Martin-Manley added 76 yards on four receptions. RB Marcus Coker rushed 23 times for 86 yards and had five receptions for 15 yards. The Hawkeye defense came to life in the second half as well. Pitt’s last four possessions included just 15 plays for 60 yards and the Panthers did not have a third or fourth down conversion in the fourth quarter. LB James Morris led the Iowa defense with 13 tackles, while Hyde had 10 tackles to go with his two interceptions. DE Broderick Binns had a fumble recovery for the second straight game and DB Shaun Prater forced two fumbles. The Iowa defense recorded three turnovers, six tackles for loss and four QB sacks. SCORING SUMMARY Pitt - - Devin Street, 66-yard pass from Tino Sunseri (Kevin Harper kick) Pitt - - Kevin Harper, 37-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 22-yard field goal Pitt - - Cameron Saddler, 30-yard pass from Ronald Jones (Kevin Harper kick) Pitt - - Drew Carswell, four-yard pass from Tino Sunseri (Kevin Harper kick) IA - - James Vandenberg, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) Pitt - - Kevin Harper, 24-yard field goal IA - - Keenan Davis, 14-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Kevonte Martin-Manley, 25-yard pass from Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Kevonte Martin-Manley, 22-yard pass from Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) Attendance: 70,585 PITT________________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 27 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 31 20 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 27 37-137 ______________________Rushes-Yards________________________ 33-76 285 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 399 24-34-2 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 31-48-1 71-422 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 81-475 5-38.6 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 6-45.5 5-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 1-0 4-37 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 8-85 26:53 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 33:07 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 23-86; Bullock 1-4 PITT: R. Graham 22-97; Sunseri 11-25 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 31-48-1-399 PITT: Sunseri 23-33-2-255; Jones 1-1-0-30 RECEIVING: IOWA: K. Davis 10-129 1TD; McNutt, Jr. 8-112 PITT: Street 7-138 1TD; R. Graham 6-50; H. Graham 4-39 TACKLES: IOWA: Morris 13; Hyde 10 PITT: Gruder 14; K. Williams 10; Roberts 10

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ULM ________________ 3 ________0 _______14 _______ 0 _______ 17 Iowa ________________14_______ 14 _______14 _______ 3 _______ 45 GAME RECAP Iowa scored touchdowns on three of its first four possessions in taking control early and went on to a 45-17 win over Louisiana-Monroe. The Hawkeyes had scoring drives of 74 and 60 yards on its first two drives before taking advantage of a 30-yard punt return by Micah Hyde to drive just 29 yards for their third touchdown. An 80yard scoring drive in the middle of the second period left Iowa with a 28-3 halftime advantage. The visitors drove for a field goal on their opening drive, but ran no more than six plays on their remaining drives of the first half. Iowa’s opening score came on a one-yard run by QB James Vandenberg, his third of the season. Vandenberg then connected with WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. for a 13yard scoring strike and RB Marcus Coker added a four-yard touchdown run. McNutt, Jr. hauled in a 17-yard scoring pass from Vandenberg late in the second period, increasing his career total to 20 touchdown receptions, just one shy of the school record. ULM responded with two touchdown drives in the third period, but Iowa also scored a touchdown on its opening drive of the second half and ULM was never closer than 17 points. Coker added a two-yard scoring run in the third period and Vandenberg connected with WR Keenan Davis for a 23-yard touchdown later in the period. The only points in the fourth quarter came on a Mike Meyer 23-yard field goal. Vandenberg led the Iowa offense by completing 21-32 passes for 270 yards, as eight Hawkeyes had at least one reception. McNutt, Jr. led the way with seven receptions for 100 yards, reaching the 100-yard mark for the third time in four games. Davis had his third touchdown reception in as many games and Kevonte Martin-Manley had 82 yards on six receptions. Coker rushed 18 times for 113 yards, surpassing the century mark for the second time this season and fourth time in his career. DT Tom Nardo led the Iowa defense with 12 tackles, earning Big Ten defensive Player of the Week honors. Nardo had six solo stops, including two tackles for loss and a shared QB sack. LB James Morris added 10 tackles and LB Christian Kirksey recorded eight. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - James Vandenberg, one-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) ULM - - Justin Manton, 43-yard field goal IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 13-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, four-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 17-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) ULM - - Kolton Browning, four-yard run (Justin Manton kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, two-yard run (Mike Meyer kick) ULM - - Tavarese Maye, one-yard run (Justin Manton kick) IA - - Keenan Davis, 23-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal Attendance: 70,585 ULM _______________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 17 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 45 23 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 28 30-59 _______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 34-180 293 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 273 29-44-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 22-33-0 74-352 _____________________Total Offense ______________________ 67-453 5-42.6 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 2-48.0 0-0 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 1-1 8-79 ______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 1-10 32:00 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 28:00 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 18-113; Canzeri 5-30 ULM: Browning 8-29; Donald 7-26 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 21-32-0-270 ULM: Browning 16-27-0-131; Wells 13-17-0-162 RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 7-100 2TD; Martin-Manley 6-82 ULM: Leonard 8-74; Maye 7-53 TACKLES: IOWA: Nardo 12; Morris 10 ULM: Edwards 11; Prelow 11


2011 GAME SUMMARIES Penn State 13, Iowa 3

Iowa 41, Northwestern 31

Oct. 8 2011, Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa.

Oct. 15 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Iowa ________________ 0 ________3 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 3 Penn State ___________ 3 ________3 _______ 0 ________ 7 _______ 13

Northwestern _________ 0 ________7 _______10 ______ 14 _______ 31 Iowa ________________10________7 _______ 0 _______ 24 _______ 41

GAME RECAP Penn State took advantage of three Iowa turnovers in the fourth quarter in taking a 13-3 win at University Park. Iowa had won three straight meetings against Penn State and the last two games at PSU. The series is now even at 12 wins each. Penn State drove to a field goal on its first drive, taking a 3-0 advantage after an opening drive that lasted over eight minutes. Iowa responded with its only scoring drive of the game, as Mike Meyer tied the game with a 23-yard field goal that completed a 12 play, 72-yard drive. Due to time consuming drives, each team had just two possessions in the first period. The Nittany Lions took the lead with 4:59 remaining in the second period when Anthony Fera booted his second 20-yard field goal of the half. Iowa still trailed by just a field goal late in the third period when CB Micah Hyde came up with an interception in the end zone to stop a Penn State scoring threat. The theft was Hyde’s third of the season. Iowa moved across midfield after collecting the only PSU turnover of the game, but a QB sack by Penn State resulted in a Hawkeye fumble and the home team took over at the Iowa 49-yard line. Penn State drove for the only touchdown of the game from there, scoring on a two-yard pass on third down. Iowa’s next two possessions ended with PSU pass interceptions, the second coming on a tipped pass with just 3:42 remaining. The Nittany Lions held Iowa on downs on its last possession and ran out the clock to earn the win. The Hawkeye offense was held to just 114 yards total offense in the second half. LB James Morris led the Iowa defense with 13 tackles and LB Christian Kirksey recorded 10 stops and a forced fumble. DL Mike Daniels recorded eight tackles, including a tackle for loss. Hyde added eight tackles and two pass break-ups to go with his interception and DB Jordan Bernstine added eight tackles and one pass break-up. QB James Vandenberg completed 17-34 passes for 169 yards, but did not have a touchdown pass for the first time in five games. WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. led the Iowa receivers with four catches for 73 yards. RB Marcus Coker led the ground game with 18 attempts for 74 yards.

GAME RECAP Iowa scored 24 points in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 41-31 win over Northwestern in Kinnick Stadium last Saturday night. Iowa built a 17-0 advantage in the first half, only to see the Wildcats rally to tie the score with 4:19 left in the third quarter. The Hawkeyes then scored points on four straight possessions to earn their fourth win of the season. Iowa started fast, driving 52 yards on its first possession, which ended in a 27yard Mike Meyer field goal. The Hawkeye defense then came up with a big play on Northwestern’s second possession. DE Broderick Binns recorded a QB pressure to force a bad pass and DB Tanner Miller collected his first career interception and scored on a 98-yard return. Iowa increased its advantage to 17-0 in the second period when QB James Vandenberg connected with WR Keenan Davis on a 47-yard scoring strike. Northwestern scored on a six-yard scoring pass late in the quarter and the half ended with Iowa on top 17-7. Northwestern drove to a second touchdown on its opening possession of the second half. After a three-play Iowa possession the Wildcats tied the game on a 47-yard field goal. That’s when the Iowa offense answered. The Hawkeyes drove 64 yards on their next possession, which culminated with a Marcus Coker one-yard touchdown. Northwestern missed a field goal on its following possession and Iowa answered with a 35-yard scoring strike from Vandenberg to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. The scoring reception was the 21st career touchdown catch for McNutt, Jr., equaling Iowa’s career record. Binns forced a fumble on Northwestern’s next possession and Meyer booted a 40yard field goal, giving Iowa a 34-17 advantage. Coker scored on a second one-yard run later in the game for Iowa’s final points. Coker led Iowa’s rushing game with 124 yards on 22 carries. Vandenberg completed 14-22 passes for 224 yards and McNutt, Jr. (6-87) and Davis (5-109) led Iowa’s receivers. Iowa’s defense was forced to play without normal starters in LB James Morris and DT Tom Nardo. Senior Tyler Nielsen stepped in at middle linebacker and led the team with a career-high 12 tackles. DB Micah Hyde and LB Christian Kirksey each had nine tackles and Miller added a career-best eight stops to his interception return.

SCORING SUMMARY PSU - - Anthony Fera, 20-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 23-yard field goal PSU - - Anthony Fera, 20-yard field goal PSU - - Kevin Haplea, two-yard pass from Matt McGloin (Anthony Fera kick)

SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Mike Meyer, 27-yard field goal IA - - Tanner Miller, 98-yard interception return (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Keenan Davis, 47-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) NW - - Jeremy Ebert, six-yard pass from Dan Persa (Jeff Budzien kick) NW - - Adonis Smith, four yard run (Jeff Budzien kick) NW - - Jeff Budzien, 47-yard field goal IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 35-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 40-yard field goal (Jeff Budzien kick) NW - - Drake Dunsmore, 18-yard pass from Kain Colter (Jeff Budzien kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) NW - - Rashad Lawrence, 35-yard pass from Trevor Siemian (Jeff Budzien kick)

Attendance: 103,497 IOWA_______________________TEAM STATS ________________________ PSU 3______________________________ Score _____________________________ 13 16 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 21 30-84 _______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 46-231 169 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 164 17-34-2 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 15-26-1 64-253 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 72-395 4-39.5 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 5-43.8 2-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 2-0 3-15 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 5-50 24:06 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 35:54 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 18-74; Vandenberg 12-10 PSU: Redd 28-142; Dukes 9-60 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 17-34-2-169 PSU: McGloin 12-19-1-133 1TD; Bolden 3-7-0-31 RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 4-73 PSU: Brown 3-42; Suhey 3-33 TACKLES: IOWA: Morris 13; Kirksey 10 PSU: Astorino 11

Attendance: 70,585 NW ________________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 31 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 41 29 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 17 41-153 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 28-155 342 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 224 37-51-1 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 14-22-1 92-495 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 50-379 4-34.8 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 3-40.0 2-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 0-0 5-31 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 4-40 38:23 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 21:37 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 22-124; Johnson 3-18 NW: Colter 12-76, A. Smith 12-60

TACKLES: IOWA: T. Nielsen 12; Hyde 9; Kirksey 9 NW: Peters 10; Nwabuisi 7; Dugar 6

PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 14-22-1-224 2TD NW: Persa 31-40-1-246 1 TD; Siemian 4-6-0-52 1 TD; Colter 2-4-0-44 1 TD RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 6-87 1 TD; Davis 5-109 1 TD NW: Ebert 13-107 1 TD, Colter 6-71

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES Iowa 45, Indiana 24

Minnesota 22, Iowa 21

Oct. 22, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Oct. 29, 2011, TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.

Indiana ______________ 7 ________7 _______ 3 ________ 7 _______ 24 Iowa ________________14_______ 21 _______ 3 ________ 7 _______ 45 GAME RECAP Senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. stole the show as Iowa celebrated homecoming with a 45-24 win over Indiana. Iowa scored touchdowns on each of its five first-half possessions and added a field goal to cap its first drive of the third period. McNutt, Jr. led the Iowa offense with six receptions for 184 yards and three touchdowns. He had an 80-yard scoring reception on Iowa’s second possession to give the Hawkeyes a 14-7 lead. That play ties as the ninth-longest scoring pass in school history and gives McNutt, Jr. three of the 10 longest scoring receptions at Iowa (92, 88 and 80 yards). He added a 24-yard scoring catch on Iowa’s next possession as Iowa took a 21-14 advantage and never looked back. McNutt, Jr. had his third score in the final minute of the first half, with his 29-yard reception giving Iowa a 35-14 advantage at the break. He now holds the Iowa record for career touchdown receptions (24). The Hawkeyes drove 69 yards on their first possession, ending a seven-minute drive with a one-yard run by RB Marcus Coker. Coker added his second score, a twoyard run, to give Iowa a 28-14 lead with 1:38 remaining in the half. Coker led Iowa’s ground game with 23 carries for 139 yards. Coker has rushed for over 100 yards in four of seven games in 2011. Iowa’s only scoring of the third period came on a 47-yard field goal by Mike Meyer. The Hawkeyes ended their scoring with 3:10 remaining in the game when TE Brad Herman grabbed a one-yard pass from QB James Vandenberg. Meyer made all six PAT attempts to remain perfect (28-28) on the season. Vandenberg had the most efficient day of his career, completing 12-16 passes for 253 yards, with no interceptions. The four scoring passes are a career high. Iowa gained 456 yards total offense, with 203 rushing yards to go with Vandenberg’s passing total. Indiana scored touchdowns on its first two drives of the day, but from that point was held to just a field goal until adding a third touchdowns in the final minute of play. Sophomore LB Christian Kirksey led the Hawkeye defense with 12 tackles, just one shy of his career best. DB Tanner Miller and LB James Morris each added 10 tackles, while DE Broderick Binns had two tackles for loss and DB B.J. Lowery had two pass break-ups. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) IND - - Cody Latimer, three-yard pass from Tre Roberson (Mitch Ewald kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 80-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IND - - Stephen Houston, one-yard run (Mitch Ewald kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 24-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, two-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 29-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IND - - Mitch Ewald, 22-yard field goal IA - - Mike Meyer, 47-yard field goal IA - - Brad Herman, one-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IND - - Stephen Houston, one-yard run (Mitch Ewald kick)

Iowa ________________ 0 ________7 _______ 7 ________ 7 _______ 21 Minnesota ___________ 0 ________7 _______ 3 _______ 12 _______ 22 GAME RECAP Minnesota scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rally for a 22-21 win over Iowa in Minneapolis. The Gophers scored the winning points on a fourth down, three-yard run with 2:48 remaining. Iowa’s defense held Minnesota out of the end zone on the two-point conversion attempt, but the Hawkeyes were unable to move into field goal position on their last possession. Iowa dominated much of the game, but the Hawkeyes were able to convert just three of six red zone possessions into points. The Hawkeyes missed two field goals in the first half before taking a 7-0 advantage on a 12-yard pass from QB James Vandenberg to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. Minnesota answered with a touchdown with 1:13 left in the half to tie the score at seven. Iowa drove 63 yards on its first possession of the second half, taking a 14-7 lead on a one-yard run by RB Marcus Coker. After the Iowa defense forced a second straight three-and-out, the Hawkeyes seemed poised for another score after reaching the Gopher 14. But a Vandenberg fumble was recovered by the Gophers and Minnesota drove to a 28-yard field goal. Iowa increased its advantage on its following possession, covering 71 yards in just seven plays. Vandenberg completed a 12-yard pass to OL Woody Orne (tackle eligible) on third down before Coker scored his second touchdown from the one, and Iowa led 21-10 with 13:51 to play. Minnesota closed the gap to 21-16 with 8:22 remaining, driving 80 yards in 11 plays. The two-point conversion failed, but Minnesota kept momentum by recovering an onside kick. The Gophers drove to fourth down at the three, where QB MarQueis Gray scored the winning points. Iowa’s offense dominated much of the first three quarters. Despite just seven offensive plays in the final quarter, Iowa gained 446 yards total offense and had just one punt. Minnesota gained 371 yards total offense, with 155 yards coming in the final period. Coker led the Iowa offense with 32 attempts for 252 yards and two scores. The yardage ranks as the third best single-game total in school history. Vandenberg completed 16-24 passes for 177 yards and a touchdown, with no interceptions. McNutt, Jr. led Hawkeye receivers with seven receptions for 101 yards. LB James Morris matched a career best with 13 tackles to lead the defense. DB Tanner Miller, LB Christian Kirksey and LB Tyler Nielsen each added six stops and DB Shaun Prater had his third caused fumble of the year. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 12-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) MN - - Collin McGarry, three-yard pass from MarQueis Gray (Jordan Wettstein kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) MN - - Jordan Wettstein, 28-yard field goal IA - - Marcus Coker, one-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) MN - - Duane Bennett, one-yard run (pass failed) MN - - MarQueis Gray, three-yard run (run failed)

Attendance: 70,585

Attendance: 46,543

IND ________________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 24 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 45 24 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 22 47-217 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 42-203 197 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 253 16-24-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 12-16-0 71-414 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 58-456 3-43.7 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 1-38.0 0-0 ________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 0-0 12-114 _____________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 7-57 30:33 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 29:27

IOWA_______________________TEAM STATS _______________________MINN 21 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 22 21 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 15 42-269 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 40-178 177 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 193 16-24-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 11-17-0 66-446 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 57-371 1-19.0 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 5-42.6 1-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 3-1 3-12 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 4-40 31:50 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 28:10

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 23-139; Johnson 5-26 IND: Roberson 16-84; Houston 19-72 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 12-16-0-253 4TD IND: Roberson 16-24-0-197 1TD RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 6-184 3 TD; Davis 3-42 IND: Hughes 3-34; Latimer 3-29

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TACKLES: IOWA: Kirksey 12; Miller 10; Morris 10 IND: Webb 9; Beckum 8

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 32-252 2TD; McNutt, Jr. 1-19 MINN: Bennett 20-101 1TD; Gray 11-62 1TD

TACKLES: IOWA: Morris 13 MINN: Royston 16; Rallis 10

PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 16-24-0-177 1TD MINN: Gray 11-17-0-193 1TD RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 7-101 1TD; Martin-Manley 5-35 MINN: Knight 5-62; McGarry 3-27 1TD; Crawford-Tufts 2-100


2011 GAME SUMMARIES Iowa 24, Michigan 16

Michigan State 37, Iowa 21

Nov. 5, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Nov. 12, 2011, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, Iowa

Michigan ____________ 6 ________0 _______ 3 ________ 7 _______ 16 Iowa ________________ 7 _______ 10 _______ 0 ________ 7 _______ 24 GAME RECAP Iowa took the lead with a touchdown on its opening drive and led start-to-finish in defeating 13th-ranked Michigan 24-16 in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa’s sixth victory of the year wasn’t secure until DB B.J. Lowery knocked away Michigan’s final pass attempt in the end zone on the final play of the game. Michigan had reached a first-and-goal at the Iowa 3-yard line with 16 seconds remaining, but failed to score in four plays. After stopping Michigan on three plays to open the game, the Hawkeyes drove 76 yards in six plays to take a 7-0 advantage. RB Marcus Coker scored from the 4-yard line after QB James Vandenberg had completed consecutive passes to Keenan Davis (44 yards) and Marvin McNutt, Jr. Michigan answered with a touchdown drive, but Iowa maintained a 7-6 advantage when the snap for the PAT attempt was fumbled. Iowa increased its advantage to 14-6 in the second quarter, as a 1-yard pass from Vandenberg to TE Brad Herman capped a 78 yard scoring drive. LB Tyler Nielsen had a QB sack and caused a fumble that led to Iowa’s final score of the first half. Nielsen recovered the Michigan fumble after forcing the ball loose and PK Mike Meyer added a 42-yard field goal for a 17-6 advantage. The Wolverines threatened to score late in the half, but LB Christian Kirksey came up with an interception after a deflection. Michigan closed its deficit to 17-9 in the third period on a 32-yard field goal. But Iowa came right back when Coker ran 13 yards for a touchdown with 10:42 left in the game. Vandenberg completed two throws to McNutt on third downs to keep the drive alive. Michigan scored its final points with 7:53 to play, completing a 57-yard drive with a 7-yard touchdown pass from Denard Robinson to Kevin Koger. The Wolverines began their final drive at their own 18 with just 2:15 to play. Michigan moved to the Iowa three with 16 seconds left, but had no timeouts remaining. Michigan attempted four straight pass plays, but all were incomplete, with Lowery knocking away the final attempt on the last play. Coker led Iowa’s ground game with 132 yards on 29 carries, scoring two touchdowns for the fourth straight game. McNutt led Iowa receivers with a careerbest nine catches for 101 yards. Vandenberg was again efficient, completing 14-21 attempts for 171 yards and a touchdown, with no interceptions. Senior DB Jordan Bernstine had a career-best 15 tackles to lead the Iowa defense. Nielsen collected a career-best 13 tackles, including seven solo stops. He had two tackles for loss, along with the forced and recovered fumble. LB James Morris and DL Tom Nardo each had eight stops. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Marcus Coker, 4-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) UM - - Fitzgerald Toussaint, 5-yard pass from Denard Robinson (run failed) IA - - Brad Herman, 1-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 42-yard field goal UM - - Brendan Gibbons, 32-yard field goal IA - - Marcus Coker, 13-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) UM - - Kevin Koger, 7-yard pass from Denard Robinson (Brendan Gibbons kick) Attendance: 70,585 MICH _______________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 16 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 24 22 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 15 37-127 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 35-131 196 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 171 18-38-1 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 14-21-0 75-323 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 56-302 5-39.4 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 5-40.0 2-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 0-0 3-20 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 5-29 30:06 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 29:54 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS TACKLES: RUSHING: IOWA: Bernstine 15; T. Nielsen 13 IOWA: Coker 29-132 2TD MICH: Demens 11 MICH: Toussaint 16-58; Robinson 12-55 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 14-21-0-171 1TD MICH: Robinson 17-37-1-194 2TD; Gardner 1-1-0-2 RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 9-101; K. Davis 2-52 MICH: Hemingway 5-64; Koger 3-18

Michigan State ________14_______ 17 _______ 3 ________ 3 _______ 37 Iowa ________________ 0 ________7 _______14 _______ 0 _______ 21 GAME RECAP Michigan State took advantage of turnovers and field position in taking a 37-21 win over Iowa in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes were guilty of three turnovers, with two of those coming in the first half. Michigan State scored a touchdown following each of the first-half turnovers, while Iowa’s third turnover of the day came inside the MSU 10-yard line in the closing minutes of the game. The Spartans had three scoring drives of 35 yards or less in the first half and scored two touchdowns in the final two minutes of the second period to take a 31-7 halftime advantage. Leading 7-0, the Spartans took advantage of an interception for a 17-yard touchdown drive in the first period. MSU added a 35-yard scoring drive in the second period following a 20-yard punt return and scored its final points of the half on a 27-yard drive after recovering a fumble on an Iowa KO return. Iowa battled back in the second half, using a 3-yard touchdown pass from QB James Vandenberg to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. and a 2-yard run by RB Marcus Coker to cut the deficit to 34-21 late in the third quarter. The Hawkeyes drove to the MSU 34-yard line on their next possession, but failed to convert a fourth down attempt. Iowa reached the MSU 15-yard line in the final minutes before a lost fumble ended its final scoring opportunity. McNutt led Iowa’s offense, grabbing eight receptions for 130 yards. McNutt surpasses 1,000 receiving yards for the season while setting single-season (1,089) and career marks (2,635) for receiving yards. Coker led the Iowa ground game with 57 yards as the Spartans held Iowa to 87 rushing yards. Vandenberg completed 2247 passes for 262 yards, with two scores and one interception. Sophomore LB Christian Kirksey led the Hawkeye defense with nine tackles, including a tackle for loss. DB Shaun Prater added eight tackles, while DE Broderick Binns had two tackles for loss among his six stops and added a pass break-up. Senior Jordan Bernstine averaged 26.4 yards on five KO returns and senior Eric Guthrie averaged 41 yards on seven punts. SCORING SUMMARY MSU - - B.J. Cunningham, 6-yard pass from Kirk Cousins (Dan Conroy kick) MSU - - Edwin Baker, 17-yard pass from Kirk Cousins (Dan Conroy kick) IA - - C.J. Fiedorowicz, 8-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) MSU - - Dan Conroy, 22-yard field goal MSU - - Le’Veon Bell, 25-yard run (Dan Conroy kick) MSU - - B.J. Cunningham, 22-yard pass from Kirk Cousins (Dan Conroy kick) MSU - - Dan Conroy, 31-yard field goal IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 3-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, 2-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) MSU - - Dan Conroy, 48-yard field goal Attendance: 70,585 MSU _______________________TEAM STATS _______________________IOWA 37 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 21 19 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 20 40-155 ______________________Rushes-Yards________________________ 30-87 288 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 262 19-32-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 22-47-1 72-443 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 77-349 6-46.2 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 7-41.0 3-0 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 3-2 7-75 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 6-39 33:24 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 26:36 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 21-57 1TD MSU: Bell 20-112 1TD; Baker 13-51 PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 22-47-1-262 2TD MSU: Cousins 18-31-0-260 3TD RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt, Jr. 8-130 1TD MSU: Linthicum 5-71; Martin 4-87; Cunningham 4-46 2TD TACKLES: IOWA: Kirksey 9; Prater 8 MSU: Bullough 13; Allen 9

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES Iowa 31, Purdue 21

Nebraska 20, Iowa 7

Nov. 19, 2011, Ross-Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, Ind.

Nov. 25, 2011, Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, Neb.

Iowa ________________14________7 _______ 3 ________ 7 _______ 31 Purdue ______________ 7 ________7 _______ 0 ________ 7 _______ 21 GAME RECAP Iowa used a balanced offensive attack and a solid defensive performance in taking a 31-21 win at Purdue for its first road win of the season. Iowa took the opening kick and drove 80 yards for a score, a 26-yard pass from QB James Vandenberg to WR Marvin McNutt, Jr. Purdue answered with a touchdown drive on its opening possession as well, but Iowa regained the lead in the final minute of the opening period on a 5-yard pass from Vandenberg to TE C.J. Fiedorowicz. Purdue again tied the score, getting a touchdown after recovering a Vandenberg fumble in the end zone with less than five minutes left in the half. Iowa responded with a 70-yard scoring drive, taking a 21-14 halftime advantage after RB Marcus Coker scored on a 2-yard run with 31 seconds left in the quarter. Iowa scored the only points of the third quarter on a 38-yard field goal by PK Mike Meyer. The Hawkeyes increased the advantage to 31-14 with 14:52 remaining on a 51yard strike from Vandenberg to McNutt, who set an Iowa single-season touchdown record with his 12th score of the year. Purdue scored the final points of the game with just under 12 minutes to play on an 11-yard run by Ralph Bolden, leaving Iowa with the 31-21 advantage. Purdue threatened to score in the final two minutes, but lost a fumble into the end zone for a touchback on its final possession before Iowa ran out the clock. Vandenberg led Iowa’s offense, completing 22-32 passes for 273 yards and three scores. McNutt tied his single-game high with nine receptions for 151 yards and Coker had 139 yards on 31 rushing attempts. Keenan Davis added seven receptions for 63 yards. Iowa’s defense allowed just 282 yards total offense and 14 points, as the Purdue defense scored one touchdown on a fumble recovery. Senior DL Mike Daniels led the Iowa defense with nine tackles, including seven solo stops, five tackles for loss and three QB sacks. DE Broderick Binns collected seven tackles and DB Tanner Miller had two interceptions. Kyle Steinbrecher blocked a Purdue punt and Anthony Hitchens added a fumble recovery. SCORING SUMMARY IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 26-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) PU - - Gabe Holmes, 14-yard pass from Caleb TerBush (Carson Tiggs kick) IA - - C.J. Fiedorowicz, 5-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) PU - - Brandon Taylor, fumble recovery in end zone (Carson Tiggs kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, 2-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) IA - - Mike Meyer, 38-yard field goal IA - - Marvin McNutt, Jr., 51-yard pass from James Vandenberg (Mike Meyer kick) PU - - Ralph Bolden, 11-yard run (Carson Tiggs kick) Attendance: 40,106 IOWA_______________________TEAM STATS ____________________ PURDUE 31 ____________________________ Score _____________________________ 21 22 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 20 43-135 ______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 36-101 273 _______________________Passing Yards ________________________ 181 22-32-0 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 17-34-2 75-408 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 70-282 4-33.2 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 5-26.6 4-2 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 3-2 5-40 _______________________ Penalties-Yards _________________________ 1-7 33:30 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 26:30 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 31-139 1 TD PUR: Bolden 14-71 1TD PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 22-32-0-273 3TD PUR: Marve 7-18-2-95; TerBush 10-16-0-86 1TD RECEIVING: IOWA: McNutt Jr. 9-151 2TD; Davis 7-63 PUR: Edison 9-97; Bush 3-34 TACKLES: IOWA: Daniels 9; Binns 7 PUR: Allen 11, Beckford 11

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Iowa ________________ 0 ________0 _______ 0 ________ 7 _______ 7 Nebraska ____________ 0 _______ 10 _______ 3 ________ 7 _______ 20 GAME RECAP Nebraska used a solid defensive performance and a ball control offense in taking a 20-7 win over Iowa in the inaugural Heroes Game in Lincoln that was the final regular season game for both teams. The Cornhuskers held just a 3-0 advantage before a 15-play, 80-yard drive ended in a short touchdown pass with just 32 seconds remaining in the first half for a 10-0 advantage at the break. Prior to the Nebraska touchdown drive, Iowa had driven to the Husker 35-yard line before its drive stalled. Nebraska added another field goal in the third quarter, capping an 82-yard drive to take a 13-0 advantage with 4:42 remaining in the third quarter. The Huskers added their final touchdown on a 2-yard run with 11:25 left in the game, again capping an 80-yard drive. Iowa’s only scoring drive came late in the fourth period, with the Hawkeyes driving 80 yards in 10 plays. RB Marcus Coker scored on a 2-yard run with 3:26 remaining, giving the sophomore at least one touchdown in seven straight games. Iowa’s offense was hampered in the second half by a lost fumble and a pass interception, but the Hawkeye defense allowed no points following each of the turnovers. Coker led Iowa’s offense with 87 rushing yards on 18 attempts. James Vandenberg completed 16-35 pass attempts for 182 yards, with no scores and an interception. Keenan Davis (4-41) and Marvin McNutt, Jr. (4-29) led Iowa with four receptions each, while TE Brad Herman’s 22-yard catch led to Iowa’s only touchdown. Iowa’s defense was led by DT Tom Nardo with a career-best 14 tackles, including two tackles for loss. Safety Jordan Bernstine and LB James Morris each added 13 tackles, while LB Tyler Nielsen had 11 and LB Christian Kirksey 10. Nebraska had a 15 minute advantage in time of possession and outgained the Hawkeyes 385-270 in total offense. SCORING SUMMARY NEB - - Brett Maher, 40-yard field goal NEB - - Kyler Reed, 6-yard pass from Taylor Martinez (Brett Maher kick) NEB - - Brett Maher, 21-yard field goal NEB - - Rex Burkhead, 2-yard run (Brett Maher kick) IA - - Marcus Coker, 2-yard run (Mike Meyer Kick) Attendance: 85,595 IOWA_______________________TEAM STATS ________________________ NEB 7______________________________ Score _____________________________ 20 18 _________________________ First Downs __________________________ 25 24-88 _______________________Rushes-Yards_______________________ 61-222 182 ________________________Passing Yards ________________________ 239 16-35-1 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 12-22-0 59-270 ______________________Total Offense ______________________ 83-385 7-41.1 _______________________Punts-Avg. _______________________ 7-41.9 1-1 _________________________Fumbles-Lost _________________________ 2-0 5-50 _______________________ Penalties-Yards ________________________ 9-74 22:13 _____________________ Possession Time ______________________ 37:47 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING: IOWA: Coker 18-87 1TD NEB: Burkhead 38-160 1TD PASSING: IOWA: Vandenberg 16-35-1-182 NEB: Martinez 12-22-0-163 1TD RECEIVING: IOWA: Davis 4-41; McNutt Jr. 4-29 NEB: Bell 5-93 TACKLES: IOWA: Nardo 14; Bernstine 13; Morris 13 NEB: David 8; Compton 7


2012 SID DIRECTORY Central Michigan Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Minnesota Jason Kaufman jason.kaufman@cmich.edu cmuchippewas.com (989) 774-7614 (989) 621-9070

Indiana Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________ Press Row Telephone: _______________

Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Paul Rovnak psrovnak@umn.edu www.gophersports.com (612) 625-9379 (651) 592-5741

Nebraska Jeff Keag jkeag@indiana.edu iuhoosiers.com (812) 855-6209 (812) 219-2925 (812) 855-2754

Football Contact: __________________ Email:____________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: ______________________

Keith Mann kmann@huskers.com huskers.com (402) 472-2263 (402) 540-0274

Northern Illinois Iowa Football Contacts:__________________ Steve Roe/Matt Weitzel E-mail: ___________________________ steven-roe@uiowa.edu matthew-weitzel@uiowa.edu Web Site: _________________________ hawkeyesports.com Office Phone: _____________________ (319) 335-9411 Roe Cell Phone: ____________________ (319) 430-6346 Weitzel Cell Phone: ________________ (319) 430-8176 Office Fax: ________________________ (319) 335-9417 Press Row Phone: __________________ (319) 335-9466

Iowa State Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Tom Kroeschell tkroesh@iastate.edu cyclones.com (515) 294-3372 (515) 460-5834

Michigan Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________ Press Row Phone: __________________

Justin Dickens dickensj@umich.edu MGoBlue.com (734) 763-4423 (734) 834-0769

(734) 615-9568

Michigan State Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________ Press Row Phone: __________________

John Lewandowski lewski@ath.msu.edu msuspartans.com (517) 355-2271 (517) 243-2354 (517) 353-0630

Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Donna Turner donnaturner@niu.edu NIUHuskies.com (815) 753-9513 (815) 793-5474

Northern Iowa Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Colin McDonough colin.mcdonough@uni.edu unipanthers.com (319) 273-5456 (319) 415-4059

Northwestern Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________ Press Row Phone: __________________

Scott Hammer hammer@northwestern.edu NUsports.com (847) 491-8800 (847) 791-4651 (847) 491-8835

Penn State Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________ Secondary Contacts: _______________

Jeff Nelson jtn4@psu.edu gopsusports.com (814) 865-1757 (814) 777-1411

Brian Siegrist, John Regenfuss E-mails: _____________________________tbs1@psu.edu (Siegrist) jmr49@psu.edu (Regenfuss) Cell Phones: ________________________(814) 777-5126 (Siegrist) (814) 876-0824 (Regenfuss)

Purdue Football Contact: __________________ E-mail: ___________________________ Web Site: _________________________ Office Phone: _____________________ Cell Phone: _______________________

Matt Rector rector@purdue.edu purduesports.com (765) 494-3196 (765) 237-1330

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2012 OPPONENTS Northern Illinois University Sept. 1, Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Iowa State University Sept. 8, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

University of Northern Iowa Sept. 15, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

School Facts Location: DeKalb, Ill. Enrollment: 23,850 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Cardinal and Black Conference: Mid-American (West) President: Dr. John Peters Director of Athletics: Jeff Compher

School Facts Location: Ames, Iowa Enrollment: 29,887 Nickname: Cyclones Colors: Cardinal and Gold Conference: Big 12 President: Dr. Steven Leath Director of Athletics: Jamie Pollard

School Facts Location: Cedar Falls, Iowa Enrollment: 13,168 Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Missouri Valley President: Dr. Benjamin Allen Director of Athletics: Troy Dannen

Coaches Information Head Coach: Dave Doeren (Drake, 1994) At Northern Illinois/Career: 11-3 (1 year) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Mike Dunbar (Offensive Coordintaor) Jay Niemann (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) Rod Carey (Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator) Bob Cole (Quarterbacks) Mike Uremovich (Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator) Kevin Kane (Linebackers/Kickers) Frisman Jackson (Wide Receivers) Richard McNutt (Cornerbacks) Ryan Nielsen (Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator) Joe Tripodi (Tight Ends/Fullbacks) Brad Ohrt (Sports Performance)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Paul Rhoads At Iowa State/Career: 18-20 (3 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Bill Bleil (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line) Courtney Messingham (Off. Coord./Quarterbacks) Wally Burnham (Defensive Coord./Linebackers) Curtis Bray (Defensive Ends) Shane Burnham (Defensive Tackles) Troy Douglas (Secondary/Recruiting Coordinator) Kenith Pope (Running Backs) Todd Sturdy (Wide Receivers) Luke Wells (Tight Ends) Yancy McKnight (Strength and Conditioning)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Mark Farley At UNI/Career: 99-39 (11 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Bill Salmon (Associate HC../Co-Offensive Coord.) Mario Verduzco (Co-Offensive Coordinator/QBs) Rick Nelson (Recruiting Coordinator/Offensive Line) Dan Clark (Tight Ends) Travis Williams (Linebackers) Matt Entz & Matt Harken (Defensive Line) Jeremiah Johnson (Secondary)

Athletic Communications Football Contact: Donna Turner E-Mail: donnaturner@niu.edu Cell: (815) 793-5474 Office: (815) 753-9513 Website: NIUHuskies.com SID Mailing Address: 209 Convocation Center, 1525 W. Lincoln Highway, DeKalb, IL 60115 Radio Network: Huskie Radio Network Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Bill Baker (630) 212-8685 Color Analyst (Phone): Mark Lindo (630) 420-6491 Series History Iowa leads series: 7-0 At Iowa City: 6-0 At Chicago: 1-0 Current Streak: Iowa -- 7 Largest Iowa win: 57-3, 1986 Highest scoring game: UI, 54-20 in 1993 Lowest scoring game: UI, 16-3 in 2007 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 11-3 Conference Record (Finish): 7-1 (1st) 2011 Bowl: Ark. State (W, 38-20) in GoDaddy.com Lettermen Returning/Lost: 51/23 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/10

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Athletic Communications Football Contact: Tom Kroeschell Cell: (515) 460-5834 E-Mail: tkroesch@iastate.edu Office: (515) 294-3372 Website Address: Cyclones.com SID Mailing Address: Athletics Communications, 1800 S. Fourth St., Jacobson Athletic Building, Ames, IA 50011 Radio Network: KASI (515) 232-1430 Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): John Walters (515) 457-1026 Color Analyst (Phone): Eric Heft (515) 222-9393 Series History Iowa leads series: 39-20 At Iowa City: 23-12 At Ames: 16-8 Current Streak: Iowa State -- 1 Largest Iowa win: 57-3, 1985 Largest Iowa State win: 31-0, 1978 Highest scoring game: ISU, 44-41 (3OT) in 2011 Lowest scoring game: ISU, 2-0 in 1906 & UI, 2-0 in 1910 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Spread Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 6-7 Conference Record (Finish): 3-6 (8th) 2011 Bowl: Rutgers (L, 13-27) in New Era Pinstripe Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/22 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8

Athletic Communications Football Contact: Colin McDonough E-Mail: Colin.McDonough@uni.edu Cell: (319) 415-4059 Office: (319) 273-5456 Website: UNIPanthers.com SID Mailing Address: Athletic Communications UNI-Dome Upper NW, Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Radio Network: UNI Sports Network Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Gary Rima (319) 269-5924 Color Analyst (Phone): Scott Peterson (319) 231-6510 Series History Iowa leads series: 14-1 At Iowa City: 14-0 At Cedar Falls: 0-1 Current Streak: Iowa -- 14 Largest Iowa win: 95-0, 1914 Largest UNI win: 11-5, 1898 Highest scoring game: UI, 95-0 in 1914 Lowest scoring game: UNI, 11-5 in 1898, UI, 16-0 in 1901 & UI, 11-5 in 1904 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 10-3 Conference Record (Finish): 7-1 (T-1st) 2011 FCS: Lost at Montana (48-10) in quarterfinals Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/18 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9


2012 OPPONENTS Central Michigan University Sept. 22, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

University of Minnesota Sept. 29, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

Michigan State University Oct. 13, Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, MI

School Facts Location: Mount Pleasant, Mich. Founded: 1892 Enrollment: 28,311 Nickname: Chippewas Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Mid-American President: Dr. George E. Ross Director of Athletics: Dave Heeke

School Facts Location: Minneapolis, Minn. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 52,557 Nickname: Golden Gophers Colors: Maroon and Gold Conference: Big Ten President: Eric Kaler Athletic Director: Norwood Teague

School Facts Location: East Lansing, Mich. Founded: 1855 Enrollment: 47,965 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Green and White Conference: Big Ten President: Dr. Lou Anna K. Simon Athletic Director: Mark Hollis

Coaches Information Head Coach: Dan Enos At Central Michigan/Career: 6-18 (2 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Kyle Nystrom (Asst. H.C./SpecialTeams Coord./Linebackers) Mike Cummings (Offensive Coord./Offensive Line) Joe Tumpkin (Defensive Coordinator) Morris Watts (Passing Game Coord./Quarterbacks) Butch Barry (Tight Ends) Kirby Cannon (Secondary) Vinson Reynolds (Defensive Line) Mose Rison (Receivers) Kort Shankweiler (Running Backs/Recruiting Coord.) Rick Perry (Strength and Conditioning)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Jerry Kill At Minnesota: 3-9 (1 year) Career: 130-82 (18 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Tracy Claeys (Defensive Coordinator) Matt Limegrover (Offensive Coordinator) Bill Miller (Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers) Brian Anderson (Running Backs) Jeff Phelps (Defensive Line) Pat Poore (Wide Receivers) Rob Reeves (H-Backs/Tight Ends) Jay Sawvel (Defensive Backs/Special Teams) Jim Zebrowski (Quarterbacks) Eric Klein (Strength and Conditioning)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Mark Dantonio At Michigan State: 44-22 (5 years) Career: 62-39 (8 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Dan Roushar (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line) Pat Narduzzi (Defensive Coordinator) Harlon Barnett (Secondary) Ted Gill (Defensive Line) Brad Salem (Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator) Terrance Samuel (Wide Receivers) Mike Tressel (Linebackers/Special Teams) Dave Warner (Quarterbacks)

Athletic Communications Football Contact: Jason Kaufman E-Mail: jason.kaufman@cmich.edu Cell: (989) 621-9070 Office: (989) 774-7614 Website: cmuchippewas.com SID Mailing Address: 100 Rose Center, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Don Chiodo (989) 424-1188 Color Analyst (Phone): Brock Gutierrez (989) 506-9402 Series History Iowa leads series: 2-0 At Iowa City: 2-0 Current Streak: Iowa -- 2 Largest Iowa win: 52-21, 1994 Highest scoring game: UI, 52-21 in 1994 Lowest scoring game: UI, 38-0 in 1998 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 3-9 Conference Record (Finish): 2-6 (6th - West) 2011 Bowl: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 45/13 Starters Returning/Lost: 18-6

Sports Information Football Contact: Paul Rovnak E-Mail: psrovnak@umn.edu Cell: (651) 592-5741 Office: (612) 625-9379 Website: GopherSports.com SID Mailing Address: University of Minnesota, Media Relations, 244 Bierman Field Athletic Bldg, 516 15th Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455 Radio Network: Gopher Sports Network Flagship Station: KFAN (1130 AM), Minneapolis Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Mike Grimm (952) 693-6224 Color Analyst (Phone): Darrell Thompson (612) 616-8261 Series History Iowa trails series: 42-61-2 At Iowa City: 27-23-1 At Minneapolis: 15-38-1 Current Streak: Minnesota -- 2 Largest Iowa win: 55-0, 2008 Largest Minnesota win: 75-0, 1903 Highest scoring game: UI, 49-42 in 1994 Lowest scoring game: UI, 6-0 in 1918 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 13-9 Conference Record (Finish): 2-6 (6th - Legends) 2011 Bowl: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 52/19 Starters Returning/Lost: 17/12

Sports Information Football Contact: John Lewandowski E-Mail: lewski@ath.msu.edu Cell: (517) 243-2354 Office: (517) 355-2271 Press Box: (517) 353-0630 Website: MSUSpartans.com SID Mailing Address: Z-22 Breslin Center, East Lansing, MI 48824-1003 Radio Network: Spartan Sports Network Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): George Blaha (517-699-2200) Color Analyst (Phone): Jim Miller (517) 699-2200 Sideline Reporter (Phone): Jason Strayhorn (517) 699-2200 Series History Iowa leads series: 22-19-2 At Iowa City: 13-9-1 At East Lansing: 9-10-1 Current Streak: Michigan State -- 1 Largest Iowa win: 41-0, 1980 Largest Michigan State win: 56-7, 1966 Highest scoring game: MSU, 60-21 in 1974 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 6-6 in 1972 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: Multiple 4-3 2011 Record: 11-3 Conference Record (Finish): 7-1 (1st - Legends) 2011 Bowl: Georgia (W, 33-30 - 3OT) in Outback Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50/20 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/11

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2012 OPPONENTS Penn State University Oct. 20, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

Northwestern University Oct. 27, Ryan Field, Evanston, IL

Indiana University Nov. 3, Memorial Stadium, Bloomington, IN

School Facts Location: University Park, Pa. Founded: 1855 Enrollment: 38,205 Nickname: Nittany Lions Colors: Blue and White Conference: Big Ten President: Dr. Rodney Erickson Acting Director of Athletics: Dr. David Joyner

School Facts Location: Evanston, Ill. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 8,367 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple and White Conference: Big Ten President: Morton Schapiro Director of Athletics: Jim Phillips

Coaches Information Head Coach: Bill O’Brien At Penn State/Career: 1st year Coaching Staff (Assignments): John Butler (Secondary) Charlie Fisher (Quarterbacks) Stan Hixon (Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers) Larry Johnson (Defensive Line) Charles London (Running Backs/Recruiting Coord.) Mac McWhorter (Offensive Line) Ted Roof (Defensive Coordinator) John Strollo (Tight Ends) Ron Vanderlinden (Linebackers) Craig Fitzgerald (Strength and Conditioning)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Pat Fitzgerald At Northwestern/Career: 40-36 (6 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Mick McCall (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Mike Hankwitz (Defensive Coordinator) Randy Bates (Linebackers) Jerry Brown (Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Backs) Adam Cushing (Offensive Line) Bob Heffner (Superbacks) Marty Long (Defensive Line) Matt MacPherson (Running Backs/Recruiting Coord.) Dennis Springer (Wide Receivers) Jay Hooten (Football Performance)

School Facts Location: Bloomington, Ind. Founded: 1820 Enrollment: 42,731 Nickname: Hoosiers Colors: Cream and Crimson Conference: Big Ten President: Michael McRobbie Director of Athletics: Fred Glass Stadium: Memorial Stadium Capacity: 52,929 Playing Surface: FieldTurf

Sports Information Football Contact: Jeff Nelson E-Mail: jtn4@psu.edu Cell: (814) 777-1411 Office: (814) 865-1757 Secondary Football Contacts: Brian Siegrist, John Regenfuss Cell: (814) 777-5126 (Siegrist) (814) 876-0824 (Regenfuss) Office: (814) 865-1757 E-Mail: tbs1@psu.edu (Siegrist) jmr49@psu.edu (regenfuss) Website: GoPSUsports.com SID Mailing Address: 101-D Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA 16802 Radio Network: Penn State Sports Network Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Steve Jones (814) 865-3333 Color Analyst (Phone): Jack Ham (412) 472-0459 Series History Series is tied: 12-12 At Iowa City: 5-7 At University Park: 7-5 Current Streak: Penn State -- 1 Largest Iowa win: 24-3, 2010 Largest Penn State win: 61-21, 1994 Highest scoring game: PSU, 61-21 in 1994 Lowest scoring game: UI, 6-4 in 2004 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: Multiple 2011 Record: 9-4 Conference Record (Finish): 6-2 (T-1st Leaders) 2011 Bowl: Houston (L, 14-30) in TicketCity Bowl Lettermen Returning/Lost: 35/24 Starters Returning/Lost: 9/14

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Sports Information Football Contact: Scott Hammer Cell: (847) 791-4651 E-mail: hammer@northwestern.edu Office: (847) 491-8800 Press Box: (847) 491-8835 Website: NUsports.com SID Mailing Address: Northwestern University, Athletic Communications, 1501 Central Street, Evanston, IL 60208 Radio Network: WGN Radio Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Dave Eanet (312) 222-5094 Color Analyst (Phone): Ted Albrecht (847) 615-1386 Series History Iowa leads series, 47-23-3 At Iowa City: 24-9 At Evanston: 23-14-3 Current Streak: Iowa -- 1 Largest Iowa win: 78-6, 1913 Largest Northwestern win: 44-6, 1932 Highest scoring game: UI, 68-34 in 1968 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 0-0 in 1935 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Spread Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 6-7 Conference Record (Finish): 3-5 (5th - Legends) 2011 Bowl: Texas A&M (L, 33-22) in Meineke Car Care Lettermen Returning/Lost: 55/25 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11

Coaches Information Head Coach: Kevin Wilson At Indiana/Career: 1-11 (1 year) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Seth Littrell (Offensive Coord./Tight Ends/Full Backs) Kevin Johns (Asst. Off. Coord./Wide Receivers/QBs) Doug Mallory (Assistant H.C./Co-Defensive Coord./Safeties) Mike Ekeler (Co-Defensive Coord./Linebackers) Mark Hagen (Defensive Tackles/Special Teams Coord.) Greg Frey (Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line) Jon Fabris (Defensive Ends) Deland McCullough (Running Backs) Brandon Shelby (Cornerbacks) Mark Hill (Strength and Conditioning) Sports Information Football Contact: Jeff Keag E-Mail: jkeag@indiana.edu Cell: 812-219-2925 Office: (812) 855-6209 Press Box: (812) 855-2754 Website: IUHoosiers.com SID Mailing Address: Football Media Relations, 1001 E. 17th Street, Bloomington, IN, 47408 Radio Network: Indiana University Radio Network (Learfield Communications) Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Don Fischer (317) 882-4848 Color Analyst (Phone): Buck Suhr (812) 322-9024 Series History Iowa leads series: 42-27-4 At Iowa City: 23-10-3 At Bloomington: 19-17-1 Current Streak: Iowa -- 4 Largest Iowa win: 62-0, 1997 Largest Indiana win: 32-0, 1944; 52-20, 1945 Highest scoring game: IU, 45-34 in 1988 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 0-0 in 1931 & 1934 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Multiple Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 1-11 Conference Record (Finish): 0-8 (6th - Leaders) 2011 Bowl: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 47/25 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8


2012 OPPONENTS Purdue University Nov. 10, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

University of Michigan Nov. 17, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI

University of Nebraska Nov. 23, Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA

School Facts Location: West Lafayette, Ind. Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 39,726 Nickname: Boilermakers Colors: Old Gold and Black Conference: Big Ten President: France A. Córdova Athletic Director: Morgan J. Burke

School Facts Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. Founded: 1817 Enrollment: 41,942 Nickname: Wolverines Colors: Maize and Blue Conference: Big Ten President: Mary Sue Coleman Athletic Director: Dave Brandon

School Facts Location: Lincoln, Neb. Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 24,610 Nickname: Cornhuskers Colors: Scarlet and Cream Conference: Big Ten Chancellor: Harvey S. Perlman, J.D. Athletic Director: Tom Osborne

Coaches Information Head Coach: Danny Hope At Purdue: 16-21 (3 years) Career: 51-43 (8 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): J.B. Gibboney (Special Teams) Gary Nord (Assistant H.C./Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks) Tim Tibesar (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) Greg Burns (Defensive Backs) Shawn Clark (Offensive Line) Patrick Higgins (Wide Receivers) Cornell Jackson (Running Backs) Donn Landholm (Outside Linebackers) Kevin Wolthausen (Defensive Line)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Brady Hoke At Michigan: 11-2 (1 year) Career: 58-52 (9 Years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Al Borges (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Greg Mattison (Defensive Coordinator) Darrell Funk (Offensive Line) Jerry Montgomery (Defensive Line) Fred Jackson (Running Backs) Mark Smith (Linebackers) Jeff Hecklinski (Wide Receivers) Curt Mallory (Secondary) Dan Ferrigno (Special Teams/Tight Ends) Aaron Wellman (Strength and Conditioning)

Coaches Information Head Coach: Bo Pelini At Nebraska/Career: 39-16 (4 years) Coaching Staff (Assignments): Barney Cotton (Associate H.C./Offensive Line) Tim Beck (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) John Papuchis (Defensive Coordinator) Ron Brown (Running Backs) Ross Els (LBs/Special Teams Coord./Recruiting Coord.) Rich Fisher (Wide Receivers) John Garrison (Assistant Offensive Line/Tight Ends) Terry Joseph (Secondary) Rick Kaczenski (Defensive Line) James Dobson (Head Football Strength Coach)

Sports Information Football Contact: Matt Rector E-Mail: rector@purdue.edu Cell: (765) 237-1330 Office: (765) 494-3196 Website: PurdueSports.com SID Mailing Address: Athletics Communications, Mackey Arena, Room 2235, 900 John R. Wooden Drive, West Lafayette, IN, 47907 Radio Network: Purdue Sports Properties (Learfield Sports) Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Tim Newton (765) 427-5494 Color Analyst (Phone): Pete Quinn (317) 261-2100 Series History Iowa trails series: 33-45-3 At Iowa City: 19-18-2 At West Lafayette: 14-27-1 Current Streak: Iowa -- 3 Largest Iowa win: 56-0, 1922 Largest Purdue win: 58-13, 1980 Highest scoring game: PU, 58-13 in ‘80 & 48-23 in ‘73 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 0-0 in 1938 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Spread Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 7-6 Conference Record (Finish): 4-4 (3rd - Leaders) 2011 Bowl: W. Michigan (W, 37-32) in Little Caesars Pizza Lettermen Returning/Lost: 51/25 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/9

Sports Information Football Contact: Justin Dickens E-Mail: dickensj@umich.edu Cell: (734) 834-0769 Office: (734) 763-4423 Press Box: (734) 615-9568 Website: MGoBlue.com SID Mailing Address: Michigan Athletic Media Relations, University of Michigan, 1000 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2201 Radio Network: Michigan Sports Network (WOMC, 104.3-Flagship) Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone): Frank Beckman (313) 873-9834 Color Analyst (Phone): Jim Brandstatter (248) 360-0890 Series History Iowa trails series: 13-40-4 At Iowa City: 6-16-1 At Ann Arbor: 7-24-3 Current Streak: Iowa -- 3 Largest Iowa win: 26-0, 1984 Largest Michigan win: 107-0, 1902 Highest scoring game: UM, 107-0 in 1902 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 0-0 in 1929 Squad Information Offensive Formation: Pro Style Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 11-2 Conference Record (Finish): 6-2 (2nd - Legends) 2011 Bowl: Virginia Tech (W, 23-20 OT) in Sugar Lettermen Returning/Lost: 50/24 Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

Sports Information Football Contact: Keith Mann E-Mail: kmann@huskers.com Cell: (402) 540-0274 Office: (402) 472-2263 Website: Huskers.com SID Mailing Address: One Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NE 68588-2005 Radio Network:  IMG Husker Sports Network Play-By-Play Announcer (Phone):  Greg Sharpe (402) 742-8600 Color Analyst (Phone): Matt Davison (402) 742-8600 Series History Iowa trails the series: 12-27-3 At Iowa City: 6-8 At Lincoln: 6-18-3 Current Streak: Nebraska -- 4 Largest Iowa win: 30-0, 1899 Largest Nebraska win: 57-0, 1980 Highest scoring game: UN, 51-7 in 1915 Lowest scoring game: Tie, 0-0 in 1896 Squad Information Offensive Formation: I-Formation Defensive Formation: 4-3 2011 Record: 9-4 Conference Record (Finish): 5-3 (3rd - Legends) 2011 Bowl: South Carolina (L, 13-30) in Capital One Lettermen Returning/Lost: 56/28 Starters Returning/Lost: 17/9

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IOWA FOOTBALL HISTORY 1889 Played first intercollegiate game. 1899 Admitted to Western Conference of Big Ten on Dec. 1. First undefeated season (8-0-1) was recorded under Coach Alden Knipe. Hawkeyes posted shutouts in every game except 5-5 tie with Chicago. 1900 Second consecutive undefeated season highlighted by five shutouts to open the year. A 5-5 tie at Northwestern was only blemish. 1901 Loss to Minnesota ended string of 23 games in a row without defeat. 1919 Lester Belding became Iowa’s first consensus All-American. 1921 First unbeaten and untied team (7-0) won an outright Big Ten title under direction of Coach Howard Jones. Aubrey Devine was the consensus All-American quarterback. Recognized as national champions by at least one researcher (Parke Davis). 1922 Another perfect season (7-0) included outright conference championship and selection of consensus All-American FB Gordon Locke. 1923 Loss to Illinois ended string of 20 straight victories. 1939 Dr. Eddie Anderson coached the legendary Ironmen team to 6-1-1 mark. Halfback Nile Kinnick was recipient of the Heisman, Maxwell and Walter Camp Trophies. 1955 Guard Calvin Jones received the Outland Award and was consensus All-American for the second year in a row. 1956 Won the Big Ten race and appeared in first Rose Bowl for Coach Forest Evashevski. Finished 9-1 in all games and beat Oregon State at Pasadena. Recognized as national champions by the College Football Researchers Association. 1957 Consensus All-American tackle Alex Karras received the Outland Award. 1958 Big Ten champions again and defeated California in the Rose Bowl. Recognized as national champions by the Football Writers Association and earned Grantland Rice Trophy by Look Magazine. Led the nation in total offense. Consensus All-American Randy Duncan was named the Helms Foundation Player of the Year and received Walter Camp Trophy. 1960 Shared Big Ten title with Minnesota and compiled 8-1 record. Recognized as national champions by three different researchers (Berryman, Boand, Litkenhous), and Sagarin. 1963 Notre Dame game was cancelled following the assassination of President Kennedy. 1964 Some 28 Iowa and Big Ten offensive records were broken despite 3-6 season. 1968 Set Big Ten scoring and total offense marks. Ed Podolak rushed for an Iowa-record 286 yards (17 attempts) against Northwestern.

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1972 Iowa Stadium was renamed Kinnick Stadium in honor of Iowa’s Heisman Trophy winner of 1939. AstroTurf was installed. 1981 Coach Hayden Fry’s third season produced a Big Ten co-championship and Rose Bowl berth, earning Iowa’s first winning season in 19 years. DE Andre Tippett and P Reggie Roby were consensus All-Americans. 1982 Fourth straight first division Big Ten finish and a 28-22 Peach Bowl win over Tennessee. 1983 Offense breaks 35 school records on way to 9-3 mark and third straight bowl trip (Gator) under Coach Hayden Fry. 1984 Played in a postseason bowl game for the fourth straight year, defeating Texas 55-17 in the inaugural Freedom Bowl. Shut out Michigan for the first time since 1929 and won first game in 28 years at Purdue. 1985 Won a school-record 10 games enroute to the Big Ten championship and played in the Rose Bowl (vs. UCLA) for the second time in five seasons. Spent five weeks ranked No. 1 in the nation. QB Chuck Long (winner of the Maxwell Trophy and Davey O’Brien Quarterback Award) and Larry Station were consensus All-Americans. 1986 Champion of the ninth annual Holiday Bowl with a 39-38 triumph over San Diego State. A 9-3 overall mark helped Hayden Fry’s Hawkeyes win at least eight games for the sixth consecutive season. 1987 Ten victories tied the school record and included Holiday Bowl triumph over Wyoming (20-19). Six-game winning streak to end the year earned Iowa its fifth consecutive Top 20 finish. 1988 Iowa played North Carolina State in the Peach Bowl, the school’s eighth straight postseason appearance. A 6-4-3 season set an Iowa record for ties. TE Marv Cook was a consensus All-American. 1989 A natural grass playing surface (PAT) was installed in Kinnick Stadium. 1990 The capacity of Kinnick Stadium was expanded to 70,220. Iowa earned its third Big Ten title and Rose Bowl berth under Hayden Fry, posting an 8-4 overall record. Iowa’s “Road Warriors” earned the trip to Pasadena by defeating Michigan State, Michigan and Illinois, all on the road. Hawkeyes ended season ranked 18th nationally. RB Nick Bell was named Big Ten MVP. 1991 Iowa tied the school record of 10 wins, posting a 10-1-1 record. The only loss came at the hands of Big Ten champion Michigan as the Hawkeyes were 7-1 in league play. The Hawkeyes made their third appearance in the Holiday Bowl, which ended in a 13-13 tie with BYU. DE Leroy Smith earned consensus All-America status and was named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. Iowa ended the season ranked 10th nationally by both the AP and CNN/USA Today. 1992 Iowa appeared in its second Kickoff Classic and hosted No. 1 Miami (FL) in first night game ever played in Kinnick Stadium. Iowa’s fifth place Big Ten finish was the 13th first-division finish for Iowa in 14 seasons under Hayden Fry.


IOWA FOOTBALL HISTORY 1993 Iowa closed the regular season with four straight wins to earn an invitation to the inaugural Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, TX. Iowa lost to California (37-3) in the bowl game and ended the season with a 6-6 record. Iowa’s 21-3 win over Minnesota in the season finale not only assured the bowl invitation, but was also win No. 200 in the coaching career of Hayden Fry. 1994 Iowa again closed the season fast, earning three wins and a tie in the last four games to post a 5-5-1 mark. The Hawkeyes fought back from injuries at the quarterback position to score 98 points in the final two games, wins over Northwestern and Minnesota. Five Iowa quarterbacks were injured during the year. 1995 Following the trend of the past few seasons, Iowa closed fast, winning its final two games of the regular season to earn an invitation to the Sun Bowl. Iowa ended the year in fine fashion, racing past Pac-10 cochampion Washington 38-18 in the Sun Bowl and ending the year with an 8-4 record, including a 4-4 Big Ten mark. Iowa was ranked in the top 25 in the final polls by the Associated Press, UPI and CNN/USA Today. 1996 Iowa posted a 9-3 record, including a 27-0 win over Texas Tech in the Builder’s Square Alamo Bowl. The Hawkeyes posted a 6-2 Big Ten record, earning a tie for third place with Penn State. Iowa ended the season ranked 18th in the nation in both the AP poll and the CNN/ USA Today coaches poll. PR Tim Dwight and DT Jared DeVries earned All-America honors and RB Sedrick Shaw rushed for over 1,000 yards for the third consecutive season. 1997 If ever the Hawkeyes had a season that could have been, 1997 would be the year. Iowa posted a 7-5 overall record (4-4 in the Big Ten) and participated in the Norwest Sun Bowl, earning its third straight bowl invitation. But narrow road losses at national champion Michigan (28-24), Wisconsin (13-10) and Northwestern (15-14) put a damper on what could have been a great season. RB Tavian Banks, WR Tim Dwight and DT Jared DeVries earned All-America honors and Dwight led the nation in punt returns. 1998 On November 25, 1998, Hayden Fry announced his retirement as head coach after a successful 20-year career with the Hawkeyes. Fry had a record of 143-89-6 at Iowa and a 232-178-10 mark over his 37 seasons as a college head football coach. Iowa struggled to a 3-8 record on the field, with five of the eight losses coming to teams ranked in the final top 25. Three Hawkeye losses came at the hands of teams ranked in the top six in the country. Iowa was led on offense by three freshmen, as QB Kyle McCann led the team in passing, RB Ladell Betts led the team in rushing and WR Kahlil Hill led the team in receiving. Senior DT Jared DeVries earned consensus All-America honors. 1999 Kirk Ferentz began a new coaching era as Iowa finished the season with a 1-10 record while facing what was regarded as the fourth strongest schedule in the nation. Three of Iowa’s losses went down to the final play of the game, with the Hawkeyes allowing a score at Northwestern and failing to score from inside the 10-yardline in home losses to Indiana and Minnesota. 2000 Iowa opened the season in the Eddie Robinson Classic against Kansas State on August 26, marking the earliest date ever for an Iowa football game. The Hawkeyes, facing the sixth-strongest schedule in the nation, posted a 3-9 overall record. The Hawkeyes won their first

overtime game ever, 26-23 at Penn State, in double overtime. A late season 27-17 win over Northwestern forced the Wildcats to share the Big Ten title. Iowa finished strong, winning two of final three games to set the table for the success of 2001 and 2002. 2001 Iowa opened the season with three straight wins and ended the season winning three of its final four games, including a 19-16 victory over Texas Tech in the Alamo Bowl. The Hawkeyes posted an overall 7-5 record and tied for fourth in the Big Ten with a 4-4 mark. All five of Iowa’s setbacks came by less than 10 points. Iowa led the Big Ten in scoring (32.6) as Coach Kirk Ferentz led Iowa to a bowl win in just his third season. 2002 Iowa posted a perfect 8-0 record in Big Ten play to earn a share of the conference title with Ohio State. After a 3-1 start in non-conference play, the Hawkeyes began league play with a 42-35 overtime win at Penn State and went on to earn the league title in Coach Kirk Ferentz’ fourth year. Iowa posted a final mark of 11-2 after a loss to Southern California in the 2003 Orange Bowl in Miami, FL. Iowa earned its firstever Bowl Championship Series invitation. Ferentz earned Big Ten and national Coach of the Year honors, while 11 Hawkeyes were named first team all-Big Ten. QB Brad Banks placed second in the voting for the Heisman Trophy and was the Big Ten Conference MVP. Banks was also the Associated Press Player of the Year and earned the Davey O’Brien Award as the top quarterback in the nation. OL Eric Steinbach was the Big Ten Lineman of the year, while TE Dallas Clark earned the John Mackey Award and PK Nate Kaeding earned the Lou Groza award. Iowa averaged over 37 points a game in leading the Big Ten in scoring for the second straight season, while the Hawkeye defense ranked fifth in the nation against the run. 2003 For the first time in school history, Iowa won 10 or more games in consecutive seasons after posting a 10-3 mark in 2003, putting an exclamation mark on the season with a 37-17 win over Florida in the 2004 Outback Bowl. Iowa’s 21 wins over the past two seasons are the most ever for Iowa football in a two-year period. The Hawkeyes finished the season ranked eighth in the final polls, the first back-to-back top 10 finishes for Iowa football since the 1950’s. Coupled with the 2003 Orange Bowl, Iowa also has played in January bowl games in consecutive seasons for the first time in the history of the program. The Hawkeyes opened the season with four straight wins in nonconference play. After a loss at Michigan State, Iowa returned home for a 30-27 win over Michigan, handing the Wolverines their only loss in Big Ten play. After a loss at Purdue in early November, Iowa closed the regular season with wins over Minnesota and Wisconsin. The bowl win over Florida gave the Hawkeyes three straight wins over ranked opponents. Offensive tackle Robert Gallery was named a consensus AllAmerican and became Iowa’s third Outland Trophy winner as the nation’s top interior lineman. PK Nate Kaeding was also a first team All-American for the second straight season, becoming Iowa’s all-time scoring leader while setting 14 school records during his career. 2004 Winning its last eight games of the season, Iowa posted a 10-2 record, sharing the Big Ten Conference title for the second time in three seasons. The Hawkeyes defeated Wisconsin in Kinnick Stadium on the final day of the regular season to earn the title share with Michigan. Playing in its third straight January bowl game, Iowa scored a thrilling 30-25 win over defending national champion LSU in the 2005 Capital One Bowl. The Hawkeyes scored the winning touchdown on a 56-yard pass from QB Drew Tate to senior WR Warren Holloway on the final play of the game.

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IOWA FOOTBALL HISTORY Iowa started the season with a 2-2 mark before making its championship run. The win over Wisconsin increased Iowa’s winning streak to 18 straight home games and 13 straight conference games, both school records. Tate, DE Matt Roth, LB Chad Greenway and LB Abdul Hodge were named first team All-Big Ten, while Coach Kirk Ferentz was named Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons. 2005 Iowa finished the 2005 season with a 7-5 record and in a third place tie in the Big Ten standings. A pair of heartbreaking, last minute losses to Michigan and Northwestern is all that separated Iowa from at least a piece of its third league title in four years. The Hawkeyes’ success earned them their second Outback Bowl appearance in three years. Despite a year of triumphs and disappointments, Iowa finished the year as one of only four teams in the nation to have played in January bowl games the last four years. LB Chad Greenway, DB Jovon Johnson and DE Kenny Iwebema were named All-Big Ten first team, while LB Abdul Hodge, RB Albert Young and PK Kyle Schlicher earned second team accolades. 2006 Iowa started the season winning five of its first six games and becoming a fixture in the nation’s top 20. The second half of the season was just the opposite as injuries took their toll and the Hawkeyes dropped five of their final six regular season contests. But, Iowa did well enough to get invited to its sixth straight bowl game and came excruciatingly close to an upset of the defending national champion Texas Longhorns in the Alamo Bowl, before succumbing (26-24). The game was played before the biggest sports crowd ever to witness a sporting event in the Alamodome. The game was also the most watched ESPN bowl game in the network’s history. OL Mike Jones was named to the coaches first All-Big Ten team. OL Marshal Yanda, LB Mike Klinkenborg, TE Scott Chandler and DB Marcus Paschal were second team choices. Iowa was the only team in the country to have three players (OL Mike Elgin, DB Adam Shada and LB Mike Klinkenborg) represented on the first academic All-America team. 2007 Iowa finished the season with a 6-6 overall record. Iowa finished tied for fifth in the Big Ten with a 4-4 mark. After starting the season with a 2-4 record, Iowa won four of its last six and just missed being selected for a bowl game. The Hawkeyes were bowl eligible for the seventh straight season and finished in the Big Ten’s upper division for the sixth time in seven years. Iowa broke the school record for fewest turnovers in a season (13). DT Mitch King earned first team All-Big Ten accolades by the coaches and second team honors by the media. CB Charles Godfrey was recognized on the second team by the coaches and was an honorable mention honoree by the media. Iowa’s offense isn’t making any excuses, but... at least 11 players who appeared on the spring, or early fall, two-deep are either off the roster or were injured for a significant amount of time. The Iowa offense could have looked much different with some of the following names on the two-deep: WR Andy Brodell, OL Dace Richardson, OL Rob Bruggeman, OL Bryan Bulaga, OL Alex Kanellis, TE Tony Moeaki, WR Colin Sandeman, WR Dominique Douglas, WR Anthony Bowman, WR Trey Stross and RB Shonn Greene. 2008 Led by a great group of 15 seniors, Iowa won five of its last six games and earned a spot in the prestigious January 1st Outback Bowl against South Carolina, winning 31-10. The 2008 Hawkeyes finished the season with a 9-4 record and were ranked 20th in both final major polls. The Outback Bowl champions

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became the fourth Iowa team in the last seven years to win at least nine games. The Hawkeyes also played in a January bowl game for the fifth time in seven years. Along the way, running back Shonn Greene broke seven school records and three school individual bowl records en route to becoming a consensus All-American and won the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s top running back. Greene also was named the Big Ten’s Most Valuable Player. On the defensive side, Mitch King also earned AllAmerica honors and was named Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year. The Hawkeyes tied for fourth (5-3 league record) and wound up as the league’s only winner in the bowl season. Iowa’s four losses came by a combined 12 points. Iowa ranked in the top 20, nationally, in six statistical categories (5th - Pass efficiency defense, scoring defense and fewest penalty yards; 9th - rushing defense; 12th - total defense; 19th - red zone defense). 2009 The 2009 Hawkeyes will be remembered as one of the most entertaining, talented and successful teams in Hawkeye history. The 11 wins equal (2002) the program record for victories in a season. The regular season win total of 10 was achieved for only the fourth time. For the first time ever, the Hawkeyes won their first nine games of a season. And, for the sixth time in eight years, Iowa played in a January bowl game. And, more importantly, Iowa won a BCS caliber bowl game for the first time since 1959. Iowa posted an 11-2 overall record and a 6-2 Big Ten mark, good enough for a second place tie with Penn State. The Hawkeyes won at least nine games for the fifth time in the last eight years won 10 games or more for the seventh time in school history. In addition to Iowa’s 24-14 win over ninth-ranked Georgia Tech in the FedEx Orange Bowl, the Hawkeyes posted road wins at Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Iowa State. An overtime loss at eventual league champion Ohio State was the only road blemish. A seven point home loss to Northwestern was Iowa’s only other loss. The Hawkeyes posted four wins by three points or less for the first time in school history. Another road block during the 2009 season was an unusually high number of injuries to several starters. The loss of two offensive linemen, tight end, quarterback, running backs, receivers, defensive backs and a linebacker were all part of the scenario Iowa’s coaching staff had to deal with. All of the above mentioned positions lost starters for at least part of the season. The Hawkeyes ranked seventh in both major polls at the conclusion of the season, the highest final ranking for the program since 1960. Individually, several Hawkeyes reaped the rewards of the successful season. Defensive end Adrian Clayborn was named MVP of the FedEx Orange Bowl. Coach Kirk Ferentz was named Big Ten Coach of the Year for the third time. Offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga was picked as the league’s Offensive Lineman of the Year. He joined Dace Richardson (OL), Tony Moeaki (TE), Clayborn (DE), Pat Angerer (LB), Tyler Sash (DB) and Amari Spievey (DB) on the first All-Big Ten team. Six Hawkeyes were selected in the 2010 NFL Draft. 2010 Iowa concluded the 2010 season with a 27-24 win over 12th-ranked Missouri in the Insight Bowl. The Hawkeyes earned their second straight bowl victory over a top-15 opponent and won three consecutive bowl games for the first time in school history. Iowa improved its bowl record to 14-10-1. The Insight Bowl win over the Tigers marked Iowa’s fourth 2010 victory over a ranked opponent, the most by an Iowa team since 2003. Iowa played seven ranked opponents in 2010, the most for the Hawkeyes under Kirk Ferentz. Iowa posted a 7-5 regular season record, including a 4-4 mark in Big Ten Conference play. The Hawkeyes tied for fourth in the Big Ten race. The Hawkeyes placed in the first division of the Big Ten for the ninth time in the last 10 years.


IOWA FOOTBALL HISTORY Iowa’s record came against one of the toughest schedules in the nation. In each of Iowa’s five losses, the Hawkeyes were either tied or leading in the fourth quarter. The five losses came by a total of 18 points and the four league losses were by a collective 11 points. Iowa’s most impressive wins were a 37-6 win over Michigan State, which shared the Big Ten title while posting an 11-2 overall record, and the Insight Bowl win over Missouri (10-3), which tied for the North Division title in the Big 12 Conference. Freshman RB Marcus Coker was named offensive Player of the Game in the Insight Bowl, rushing 33 times for 219 yards and two touchdowns. Sophomore DB Micah Hyde was named defensive Player of the Game, as his 72-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter provided Iowa’s winning margin. Four Hawkeyes earned first team All-Big Ten honors, including DE Adrian Clayborn, DB Tyler Sash, DB Shaun Prater and WR Derrell Johnson-Koulianos. Clayborn earned consensus All-America honors and was a finalist for both the Rotary Lombardi Award and the Ted Hendricks Award. Quarterback Ricky Stanzi was a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. Punter Ryan Donahue was one of three finalists for the Ray Guy Award. 2011 Iowa completed the 2011 season with a 7-6 overall record and a 4-4 mark in Big Ten play. The Hawkeyes were bowl eligible for the 11th straight season, dropping a 31-14 decision in the 2011 Insight Bowl at Tempe, Ariz. Iowa competed in its 10th bowl game since the 2001 season. Iowa posted a 3-1 mark in nonconference action, with the only blemish being a three-overtime loss at Iowa State. The Hawkeyes were 1-3 against ranked opponents. Iowa defeated 13th-ranked Michigan (24-16) and lost to 13th-ranked Michigan State (37-21), both at home. Iowa lost at 22nd-ranked Nebraska (20-7) and to 14thranked Oklahoma at the Insight Bowl. Iowa’s offense was led by senior WR Marvin McNutt, Jr., junior QB James Vandenberg and sophomore RB Marcus Coker. McNutt set single-season (1,315) and career (2,861) records for receiving yards and touchdowns (12 and 28). His 82 receptions tied the single-season record. Vandenberg threw for 3,022 yards and 25 touchdowns, completing 58.7% of his pass attempts. Coker’s rushing total of 1,384 yards ranks fourth best for a single season at Iowa and he scored 15 touchdowns. Sophomore linebackers James Morris and Christian Kirksey led the Hawkeyes in tackles, each with 110. Senior DT Mike Daniels (13.5-63) and senior DE Broderick Binns (12-58) led the team in tackles for loss. Daniels also had nine QB sacks, while Binns had five sacks and eight pass break-ups. Junior CB Micah Hyde and sophomore safety Tanner Miller each had three interceptions and Hyde matched Binns with eight pass break-ups. McNutt was named the top receiver in the Big Ten Conference, while McNutt, OL Riley Reiff and DB Shaun Prater earned first team all-Big Ten recognition. For the third straight year, Iowa had six players selected in the annual NFL draft, including Reiff, who gave the Hawkeyes a first round selection for the third straight year.

HAWKEYES AT NIGHT Iowa has hosted nine night games in Kinnick Stadium’s history, holding a 6-3 record in those contests. Iowa lost the first night contest played in Kinnick Stadium to Miami, FL (24-7) on Sept. 5, 1992. The Hawkeyes defeated Northern Illinois (24-0) on Sept. 18, 1999, Arizona State (21-2) on Sept. 20, 2003, Syracuse 35-0 on Sept. 8, 2007, Michigan (30-28) on Oct. 10, 2009, Penn State (24-3) on Oct. 2, 2010 and Northwestern (41-31) on Oct. 15, 2011. Iowa lost to Iowa State (36-31) on Sept. 14, 2002 and 38-17 to Ohio State on Sept. 30, 2006. Iowa has only played five true night games in Kinnick Stadium. Hawkeye games vs. Northern Illinois (1999), Iowa State (2002) and Arizona State (2003) were 5 p.m. starts; the Northwestern game was a 6 p.m. start and the Miami, Ohio State, Syracuse, Michigan and Penn State contests started at 7 p.m. The Hawkeyes host Penn State in Kinnick Stadium in prime time this season. IOWA VS. TOP-RANKED OPPONENTS Iowa has played 11 games (0-10-1) against top-ranked opponents in its history. Below is a list of Iowa’s games vs. top-ranked foes: Ohio State at Iowa Iowa at Nebraska Miami at Iowa Iowa at Ohio State Iowa at Ohio State Michigan State at Iowa Iowa at Notre Dame Ohio State at Iowa Iowa at Notre Dame Iowa at Notre Dame Minnesota at Iowa

Sept. 30, 2006 Sept. 23, 2000 Sept. 5, 1992 Oct. 11, 1975 Nov. 17, 1973 Nov. 6, 1965 Nov. 21, 1964 Oct. 31, 1964 Nov. 21, 1953 Nov. 19, 1949 Nov. 15, 1941

L, 38-17 L, 42-13 L, 24-7 L, 49-0 L, 55-13 L, 35-0 L, 28-0 L, 21-19 T, 14-14 L, 28-7 L, 34-13

IOWA IN OVERTIME Iowa holds a 4-3 record in overtime games. Iowa won its first overtime contest, defeating Penn State 26-23 on Nov. 4, 2000, in State College, Pa. The Hawkeyes are 1-2 in single overtime, 2-0 in double overtime and 1-1 in triple overtime. Iowa is 1-1 in overtime in Kinnick Stadium and 3-2 in overtime road games. Following are Iowa’s overtime games: Date 11/04/00 9/28/02 10/22/05 9/09/06 10/27/07 11/14/09 9/10/11

Result W, 26-23 W, 42-35 L, 23-20 W, 20-13 W, 34-27 L, 27-24 L, 44-41

OT’s Double Single Single Triple Double Single Triple

Opponent Penn State Penn State Michigan Syracuse Michigan State Ohio State Iowa State

Site State College, Pa. State College, Pa. Iowa City Syracuse, N.Y. Iowa City Columbus, Ohio Ames, Iowa

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IOWA ANNUAL STATISTICS Year 2011 Opp. 2010 Opp. 2009 Opp. 2008 Opp. 2007 Opp. 2006 Opp. 2005 Opp. 2004 Opp. 2003 Opp. 2002 Opp. 2001 Opp. 2000 Opp. 1999 Opp. 1998 Opp. 1997 Opp. 1996 Opp. 1995 Opp. 1994 Opp. 1993 Opp. 1992 Opp. 1991 Opp. 1990 Opp. 1989 Opp. 1988 Opp. 1987 Opp. 1986 Opp. 1985 Opp. 1984 Opp. 1983 Opp. 1982 Opp.

Points Total-PPG 358-27.5 310-23.8 376-28.9 221-17.0 301-23.2 200-15.4 394-30.3 169-13.0 222-18.5 225-18.8 310-23.8 269-20.7 360-30.0 240-20.0 292-24.3 211-17.6 373-28.7 210-16.2 484-37.2 256-19.7 391-32.6 258-21.5 203-16.9 330-27.5 162-14.7 347-31.5 172-15.6 287-26.1 411-34.3 159-13.2 339-28.3 243-20.3 368-30.7 259-21.6 307-27.9 324-29.5 214-17.8 293-24.4 243-20.3 278-23.2 343-28.6 179-14.9 427-35.6 288-24 197-17.9 278-25.3 336-25.9 236-18.2 380-29.2 250-19.2 391-32.6 214-17.8 440-36.7 167-13.9 359-27.6 201-15.5 380-31.7 189-15.8 229-19.1 230-19.2

First Downs 266 278 261 249 232 195 269 215 203 227 261 250 272 256 199 202 223 220 270 282 242 211 200 263 177 253 171 212 211 81 103 97 131 91 116 137 88 130 94 106 116 95 147 84 201 215 278 223 278 194 248 187 284 195 279 199 270 226 224 219

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Rushing Att-Yds-YPG 454-1790-137.7 549-2028-156.0 449-1929-148.4 407-1320-101.5 454-1485-114.2 285-1607-123.6 515-2453-188.7 397-1222-94.0 438-1515-126.2 454-1464-122.0 432-1865-143.5 480-1737-133.6 436-2096-174.7 470-1512-126.0 428-871-72.6 392-1110-92.5 535-2241-172.4 480-1205-92.7 553-2784-214.2 416-1065-81.9 488-2104-175.3 437-1405-117.1 403-1090-90.8 521-2331-194.3 339-1028-93.5 545-2698-245.3 406-1470-80.9 473-2374-187.3 522-2604-217.0 469-1816-119.1 523-2154-179.5 464-1690-140.8 559-2398-199.8 455-1503-125.3 474-2431-221 519-2415-219.6 452-1296-108 559-2277-189.8 491-1566-130.5 461-2047-170.6 514-2128-177.3 483-1464-122 577-2699-224.9 432-1317-109.8 402-1323-120.3 480-1611-146.5 495-1741-133.9 586-2186-168.2 484-1695-141.3 521-1514-116.5 517-2260-188.3 461-1246-103.8 467-1896-158.0 489-1446-120.5 607-2105-161.9 474-1308-118.9 532-2408-200.7 460-1593-132.8 556-2101-175.1 419-1441-120.1

Passing Com-At-Int-TD 240-412-8-25 256-413-10-21 226-357-6-26 298-479-19-12 213-392-20-19 190-383-21-9 187-320-11-16 256-463-23-9 199-376-7-17 247-426-14-13 248-423-19-21 241-423-14-20 245-404-8-23 276-445-10-18 239-385-14-20 234-424-17-15 171-320-10-19 257-462-13-11 182-314-5-27 300-535-20-15 210-323-13-20 208-377-13-15 230-404-11-16 216-381-9-21 202-376-9-6 167-296-6-23 153-303-15-6 158-296-12-14 143-271-11-24 151-336-22-13 168-293-12-12 169-361-17-13 176-309-16-15 186-354-18-15 142-264-13-12 130-249-9-12 195-330-12-11 164-319-18-9 247-416-13-18 184-320-18-11 218-346-13-19 160-306-12-13 196-322-11-17 204-374-13-16 196-352-17-13 182-319-12-13 290-470-14-18 161-326-17-11 276-448-13-23 150-311-22-14 186-324-14-20 168-325-23-14 276-420-16-30 188-347-19-9 226-348-16-23 204-385-19-15 194-346-14-20 205-413-21-12 163-265-12-11 226-409-20-10

Passing Yards-YPG 3052-234.8 2898-222.9 3049-234.5 2297-230.5 2887-222.1 1988-152.9 2362-181.7 2656-197.3 2281-190.1 2750-229.2 3118-239.8 2732-210.2 3093-257.8 3080-256.7 2881-240.1 2416-201.3 2095-161.2 2884-221.8 2734-210.3 3554-273.4 2618-218.2 2496-208.0 2580-215.0 2960-246.7 2275-206.8 2399-218.1 2045-185.9 2328-211.6 2263-188.6 1875-156.3 2120-176.7 2007-167.3 2613-217.8 2493-207.8 2045-185.9 1777-161.6 2276-189.7 2064-172 2723-226.9 2135-177.9 2697-224.8 1953-162.8 2456-204.7 2404-200.3 2455-223.2 2233-203 3752-288.6 2104-161.9 3796-292 2288-176 2731-227.6 2200-183.3 3611-300.9 2116-176.3 3053-234.8 2231-171.6 3239-269.9 2441-203.4 1873-156.1 2572-214.2

Total Yds. Plays-Yds-YPG 866-4842-372.5 962-4926-378.9 806-4978-382.9 886-4317-332.1 846-4372-336.3 844-3595-276.5 835-4815-370.4 860-3787-291.3 814-3796-316.3 880-4214-351.2 855-4983-383.3 903-4469-343.8 840-5189-432.4 915-4592-382.7 813-3752-312.7 816-3526-293.8 855-4336-333.5 942-4089-314.5 867-5518-424.5 951-4619-355.3 811-4722-393.5 814-3901-325.1 807-3670-305.8 902-5291-440.9 715-3303-300.3 841-5097-463.4 709-2935-266.8 769-4388-398.9 793-4867-405.6 805-3304-275.3 816-4274-356.2 825-3697-308.1 868-5011-417.6 809-3996-333 738-4476-406.9 768-4192-381.1 782-3572-297.7 878-4341-361.8 907-4289-357.4 781-4182-348.5 860-4825-402.1 789-3417-284.8 899-5155-429.6 806-3721-310.1 754-3778-343.5 799-3844-349.5 965-5493-422.5 912-4290-330 971-5585-429.6 883-3802-292.5 841-4991-415.9 786-3446-287.2 887-5507-458.9 836-3562-296.8 955-5158-396.8 859-3539-272.2 878-5647-470.6 873-4034-336.2 821-3974-331.2 828-4013-334.4

PuntsAvg. 53-41.2 62-42.0 56-43.6 71-40.9 61-40.9 78-40.6 51-40.9 76-39.9 87-40.8 75-40.8 56-37.6 66-40.9 58-38.4 73-40.9 66-39.9 67-41.2 82-40.4 93-39.8 53-39.5 78-39.4 49-35.7 70-40.2 74-42.5 56-39.8 73-41.9 50-40.1 77-39.3 63-40.0 57-41.7 90-37.2 59-43.1 77-41.2 54-41.5 65-39.7 42-39.7 50-38.6 66-40.9 52-36.8 64-37.1 60-38.7 54-32.5 72-35.5 52-35.2 69-38.7 59-37 58-39.2 61-36.1 73-37.7 59-38.8 73-38.1 52-40.5 74-41.4 46-38.6 79-37.7 70-38.3 64-41.4 52-37.2 81-40.7 68-43.8 61-42.2

Fum.Lost 18-10 26-9 12-5 11-5 11-8 20-9 20-13 17-9 13-6 19-7 21-12 17-6 15-9 14-6 17-5 22-15 20-11 22-12 17-11 22-11 17-8 15-8 22-9 21-8 20-8 12-7 17-8 21-12 22-12 22-10 22-12 34-16 21-8 18-9 24-16 20-13 24-10 25-10 20-10 26-14 15-8 22-11 32-16 29-18 36-21 20-15 24-16 36-18 33-18 25-17 21-14 26-16 20-13 27-15 33-19 29-18 25-12 23-11 27-14 22-14

Pen. Yds. 62-463 83-701 64-486 85-753 57-447 72-619 53-34.3 65-46.5 67-579 61-487 65-581 65-575 52-447 65-500 91-675 59-485 81-636 71-651 103-873 73-559 78-595 61-491 78-652 73-646 59-451 69-656 71-600 89-760 69-560 76-678 74-595 60-456 95-857 66-577 75-734 67-552 62-565 64-588 66-551 82-664 57-501 58-495 65-552 87-660 55-459 56-427 70-581 67-537 69-576 82-674 81-689 56-540 60-463 59-420 70-596 64-504 84-710 63-581 66-587 58-535


IOWA ANNUAL STATISTICS Year 1981 Opp. 1980 Opp. 1979 Opp. 1978 Opp. 1977 Opp. 1976 Opp. 1975 Opp. 1974 Opp. 1973 Opp. 1972 Opp. 1971 Opp. 1970 Opp. 1969 Opp. 1968 Opp. 1967 Opp. 1966 Opp. 1965 Opp. 1964 Opp. 1963 Opp. 1962 Opp. 1961 Opp. 1960 Opp. 1959 Opp. 1958 Opp. 1957 Opp. 1956 Opp. 1955 Opp. 1954 Opp. 1953 Opp. 1952 Opp.

Points Total-PPG 260-23.6 129-11.7 154-14 238-21.6 239-21.7 216-19.6 125-11.4 291-26.5 171-15.5 229-20.8 161-14.6 234-21.3 182-16.5 279-25.4 157-14.3 308-28 140-12.7 401-36.5 109-9.9 208-18.9 121-11 379-34.5 129-11.7 259-23.5 255-25.5 275-27.5 322-32.2 289-28.9 161-16.1 277-27.7 86-8.6 253-25.3 94-9.4 92-9.2 170-18.9 209-23.2 126-15.8 112-14.0 127-14.1 166-18.4 215-23.9 162-18.0 234-26.0 108-12.0 223-25.8 100-11.1 272-29.3 146-14.6 263-29.2 112-12.4 219-21.9 84-8.4 166-17.4 173-19.2 192-21.3 141-15.7 187-20.8 91-10.1 121-13.4 210-24.4

First Downs 182 161 174 204 209 206 144 215 160 194 172 181 166 223 192 202 158 242 135 200 134 278 154 221 238 217 236 237 180 190 135 188 128 155 156 174 111 116 132 124 150 124 143 129 175 113 217 153 174 119 149 127 157 125 136 118 138 122 133 159

Rushing Att-Yds-YPG 520-2153-195.7 421-956-86.9 451-1486-135.1 517-1651-150.1 526-2130-193.6 525-1881-171 522-1366-124.1 547-2054-186.7 540-1562-142 566-1992-181.1 562-2144-194.9 546-2072-188.4 559-2406-218.7 615-2458-223.5 574-1982-180.2 586-3180-289.1 492-1599-145.4 748-3848-349.8 537-1629-148.1 626-2724-247.6 413-897-81.5 719-3572-324.7 529-1935-175.9 565-2858-259.8 474-2155-215.5 580-2205-220.5 530-2528-252.8 621-2819-281.9 423-1294-129.4 564-2544-254.4 408-1385-138.5 463-1990-199.0 355-848-84.8 518-1710-171.0 263-736-81.7 491-1663-184.7 333-1047-130.9 384-1329-166.1 410-1560-173.3 378-1308-145.3 402-1509-167.7 413-1493-165.8 439-2284-253.8 424-1492-165.7 440-2151-239.0 393-1037-115.2 498-2554-255.4 466-1707-170.7 453-2170-241.1 372-1014-112.6 499-2374-263.7 472-1451-161.2 470-1937-215.2 362-1479-164.3 442-2083-231.4 400-1496-166.2 456-2147-238.6 367-1050-116.7 458-1560-173.3 460-1650-183.3

Passing Com-At-Int-TD 109-214-10-7 156-315-21-7 154-320-13-12 141-285-14-12 124-248-14-12 145-282-16-9 90-220-17-4 138-270-8-21 100-197-16-6 96-189-9-14 60-163-15-5 90-204-12-8 33-125-10-3 90-169-6-7 88-187-13-6 50-130-6-7 84-217-15-5 48-107-11-7 72-175-15-2 72-172-11-6 126-282-14-9 94-197-8-8 67-176-10-4 91-183-4-11 142-309--13 117-235--12 123-229--13 85-202--6 140-297--9 95-177--10 91-226-21-3 127-234-11-13 115-288-27-4 92-174-8-6 154-321- 14-9 82-173-10-8 75-183-9-12 78-155-7-6 86-169-15-8 81-170-9-6 94-172-17-9 59-154-11-8 39-98-7-4 71-149-12-1 104-192-8-8 74-172-13-5 124-219-11-12 84-200-15-8 77-146-17-11 70-169-14-4 52-118-7-9 74-153-15-6 64-126-12-9 52-122-10-12 49-105-8-4 48-119-7-5 51-115-12-7 82-181-18-9 73-181-20-8 106-202-9-13

Passing Yards-YPG 1422-129.3 1834-166.7 1918-174.4 1913-173.9 1669-151.7 1843-167.5 1083-98.5 1947-177 1276-116 1500-136.4 972-88.4 1151-104.6 597-54.3 1282-116.5 1193-108.5 723-65.7 1126-102.4 716-65.1 825-75 989-89.9 1495-135.9 1400-127.3 860-78.2 1146-104.2 2088-208.8 1614-161.4 1876-187.6 1283-128.3 1748-174.8 1311-131.1 1210-121.0 1603-160.3 1241-124.1 1069-106.9 2125-236.1 1154-128.2 1165-145.6 921-115.1 985-109.4 1057-117.4 1319-146.5 858-95.3 511-56.7 573-63.6 1248-138.6 1098-122.0 1617-161.7 1213-121.3 1303-144.7 967-107.4 582-64.6 913-101.4 942-104.6 975-108.3 677-75.2 913-101.4 586-65.1 1208-134.2 985-109.4 1523-169.2

Total Yds. Plays-Yds-YPG 734-3575-325 736-2790-253.6 771-3404-309.5 802-3564-324 774-3799-345.4 807-3724-338.5 742-2449-222.6 817-4001-363.7 737-2838-258 755-3492-317.5 725-3116-283.3 750-3223-293 684-3003-273 784-3740-340 761-3175-288.6 716-3903-354.8 709-2725-247.7 855-4564-414.9 712-2454-223.1 798-3293-299.4 695-2392-217.5 916-4972-452 705-2795-254.1 748-4004-364 783-4243-424.3 815-3819-381.9 759-4404-440.4 823-4102-410.2 720-3042-304.2 741-3855-385.5 634-2595-259.5 697-3593-359.3 643-2089-208.9 692-2779-277.9 584-2873-319.2 664-2817-313.0 526-2212-276.5 539-2250-281.3 579-2545-282.8 548-2365-262.7 574-2828-314.2 567-2351-261.2 537-2795-310.5 573-2319-257.7 632-3399-377.6 565-2135-237.2 717-4171-417.1 666-2920-292.0 599-3473-385.8 541-1981-220.1 617-2956-328.4 625-1981-220.1 596-2879-319.8 484-2454-272.6 713-2613-290.4 519-2091-232.4 571-2733-303.6 548-2528-250.9 639-2545-282.7 662-3173-352.5

PuntsAvg. 57-45.4 71-35.1 67-37.6 65-37.2 54-37.5 49-36.1 85-36.6 63-37.8 74-35.4 57-35.5 56-35.6 62-35.3 56-37.9 41-37.9 56-36.7 46-35.8 65-35.4 40-37.6 75-35.2 56-34.9 80-35.7 48-36.1 69-36.5 48-37 51-36.3 51-39.4 52-36.5 56-36.6 71-31.1 56-36.5 63-34.8 53-35.0 65-39.6 63-37.3 40-32.4 36-35.6 54-35.7 47-37.5 44-34.5 52-36.7 44-32.8 45-34.1 42-32.7 47-37.7 31-33.4 48-36.2 36-31.3 51-33.9 19-32.9 48-34.0 43-34.9 52-34.7 39-34.3 40-37.8 4-37.0 20- N/A 42-40.2 46-39.1 54-38.7 51-43.0

Fum.Lost 21-14 30-15 44-21 27-13 26-18 38-20 32-19 37-16 23-12 44-26 39-16 14-6 51-14 29-12 33-20 28-18 43-27 30-14 36-17 48-24 21-10 47-22 25-15 33-16 27-18 26-19 27-15 18-10 22-12 16-10 28-13 24-10 20-11 26-13 30-21 30-20 16-6 28-17 20-18 16-11 21-14 27-15 23-11 27-14 34-19 24-14 36-20 28-18 30-18 27-13 25-17 27-16 36-18 26-15 30-20 26-17 31-16 21-13 30-16 32-21

Pen. Yds. 84-666 55-489 62-685 64-649 55-538 49-470 63-658 64-665 60-642 57-459 64-652 55-841 51-550 55-498 51-413 48-503 46-438 53-547 54-504 48-415 45-447 67-588 45-403 56-505 43-455 52-578 58-497 38-452 34-289 53-487 41-393 51-537 52-454 50-487 44-432 54-489 37-349 37-375 39-395 42-380 51-425 47-375 42-349 42-389 51-478 36-388 53-536 37-321 46-429 39-419 39-327 49-476 44-436 43-377 N/A N/A 55-475 48-417 52-485 78-677

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IOWA ANNUAL STATISTICS Year 1951 Opp. 1950 Opp. 1949 Opp. 1948 Opp. 1947 Opp. 1946 Opp. 1945 Opp. 1944 Opp. 1943 Opp. 1942 Opp. 1941 Opp. 1940 Opp. 1939 Opp. 1938 Opp. 1937 Opp. 1936 Opp. 1935 Opp. 1934 Opp. 1933 Opp. 1932 Opp. 1931 Opp. 1930 Opp.

Points Total-PPG 161-17.8 233-25.9 121-13.4 201-22.3 184-20.4 247-30.9 127-14.1 142-15.7 145-18.1 179-22.4 129-14.3 92-10.2 74-8.2 310-34.4 53-6.6 240-30.0 83-10.4 153-19.1 147-18.4 135-16.9 91-11.4 99-12.4 125-15.6 98-10.8 130-16.3 91-11.4 46-5.8 135-16.9 36-4.5 120-15.0 85-10.6 103-12.9 122-15.3 39-4.9 98-12.3 153-19.1 131-16.4 56-7.0 62-7.8 171-21.4 7-0.9 131-16.4 88-11.0 74-9.3

First Downs 131 144 124 120 115 137 100 112 97 123 100 97 89 103 58 89 80 93 98 136 86 93 76 73 69 82 71 87 77 67 79 82 73 61

Rushing Att-Yds-YPG 465-1692-188.0 434-1400-155.5 425-1650-183.3 410-1242-138.0 365-1475-163.8 491-2015-223.8 334-1028-128.5 421-1742-217.8 359-1030-114.4 407-1865-207.2 437-1807-200.7 407-1217-135.2 335-874-97.1 445-2310-256.6 299-904-113.0 413-1900-237.5 313-1011-126.4 383-1511-188.9 400-1402-140.2 507-1692-169.2 388-1156-144.5 382-1365-170.6 376-1161-145.1 N/A-1052-131.5 318-1014-126.8 N/A-1074-134.3 283-820-102.5 N/A-1446-180.8 N/A-943-117.9 N/A -950-118.8 N/A-1382-172.8 N/A-1448-181.0 316-1644-205.5 N/A-971-121.4

Passing Com-At-Int-TD 83-188-14-11 93-173-15-13 65-198-23-9 74-163-16-13 66-194-16-13 73-158-13- N/A 66-170-14- N/A 44-115-13- N/A 77-168-14-11 54-135-11- N/A 39-91-12-3 47-106-16- N/A 65-184-11-7 33-80-16- N/A 21-69-7-1 19-62-11- N/A 40-123-11- N/A 43-104-14- N/A 45-122-12- N/A 47-134-14- N/A 32-95-14- N/A 24-89-12-N/A 19-95-11-N/A 41-113-12-N/A 36-100-16-N/A 39-107-13-N/A 48-115-15-N/A 43-122-24-N/A 43-121-9-N/A 27-68-22-N/A 26-75-13-2 39-86-10-N/A 22-73-15-4 26-89-16-3

Passing Yards-YPG 1153-128.1 1508-167.5 994-110.4 1107-123.0 1037-115.2 1098-122.0 1157-144.6 780-86.7 1092-121.3 626-69.5 352-39.1 590-65.5 912-101.3 512-56.8 205-25.6 535-66.9 613-76.6 693-86.6 929-92.9 655-65.5 431-53.9 365-45.6 317-39.6 596-74.5 749-93.6 605-75.6 535-66.9 564-70.5 676-84.5 517-64.6 430-53.8 569-71.1 343-42.9 845-105.6

Note: Detailed statistical records were not available prior to 1935, N/A= Not Available

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Total Yds. Plays-Yds-YPG 653-2845-316.1 607-2908-323.1 623-2644-293.7 573-2349-261.0 559-2512-279.1 649-3113-345.8 504-2185-273.1 536-2522-315.2 547-2122-235.7 542-2491-276.7 528-2159-239.8 513-1806-200.6 519-1786-198.4 525-2822-313.5 973-1111-138.9 475-2435-304.4 436-1624-203.0 487-2204-275.5 522-2331-233.1 641-2347-234.7 483-1587-198.4 471-1730-216.3 471-1478-184.8 N/A-1648-206.0 418-1763-220.4 N/A-1679-209.9 398-1355-169.4 N/A-2010-251.3 N/A-1619-202.4 N/A-1467-183.4 N/A-1812-226.5 N/A-2017-252.1 N/A-1987-248.4 N/A-1616-202.0

PuntsAvg. 64-37.8 60-33.8 58-40.9 68-37.3 51-36.4 44-40.5 56-37.8 54-36.5 61-37.0 36-34.0 46-33.1 59-33.8 74-28.0 57-32.6 52-34.1 38-36.8 45-35.6 53-32.3 68-36.3 69-34.7 80-28.3 71-31.5 82-35.4 76-32.1 80-38.5 76-34.1 62-41.7 64-37.8 N/A-43 N/A-36.2 N/A-38 N/A-36 N/A-36 N/A-35

Fum.Lost 30-16 30-18 32-18 23-14 32-18 32-20 27-16 17-13 20-9 31-21 23-17 28-17 27-14 20-10 26-19 15-10 29-15 20-13 29-15 19-7 21-10 19-12 23-8 29-15 14-7 14-4 23-12 26-17 20-10 18-11 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Pen. Yds. 69-538 50-213 58-543 60-530 52-438 60-513 32-262 42-322 44-302 32-294 46-353 49-402 48-357 47-494 46-296 70-570 39-246 52-466 44-327 45-373 37-280 33-340 43-352 33-246 30-248 29-264 33-318 26-245 26-195 19-194 N/A-225 N/A-155 N/A-305 N/A-242


ALL-TIME COACHES RECORDS/SERIES RESULTS

All-Time Coaches Records Ranked According to Total Victories Overall Big Ten Name Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Hayden Fry 1979-98 143-89-6 .613 96-61-5 .608 Kirk Ferentz 1999-p 96-66-0 .593 57-47 .548 Forest Evashevski 1952-60 52-27-4 .651 33-21-2 .607 Howard Jones 1916-23 42-17-1 .708 21-12-0 .636 Eddie Anderson 1939-42, 1946-49 35-33-2 .514 21-24-2 .468 Burt Ingwersen 1924-31 33-27-4 .547 11-20-4 .371 Alden Knipe 1899-1902 29-11-4 .705 2-6-1 .278 John Chalmers 1903-05 24-8-0 .750 1-6-0 .143 Jess Hawley 1910-15 24-18-0 .571 8-11-0 .278 Bob Commings 1974-78 18-37-0 .327 13-27 .325 Jerry Burns 1961-65 16-27-2 .378 8-15-1 .354 Ray Nagel 1966-70 16-32-1 .340 11-22-2 .343 Ossie Solem 1932-36 15-21-4 .425 5-16-4 .280 A.E. Bull 1896 7-1-1 .833 - - --Mark Catlin 1906-08 7-10-0 .412 1-3-0 .250 Leonard Raffensperger 1950-51 5-10-3 .361 2-9-1 .208 Otto Wagonhurst 1897 4-4-0 .500 - - --Roger Sherman 1894 4-4-1 .500 - - --Frank Lauterbur 1971-73 4-28-1 .136 3-22-1 .135 No head coach 1889-91 4-4-0 .500 - - --E.A. Dalton 1892 3-2-1 .583 - - --Ben Donnelly 1893 3-4-0 .429 - - --John Griffith 1909 2-4-1 .357 0-1-0 .000 Clem Crowe 1945 2-7-0 .222 1-5-0 .167 Irl Tubbs 1937-38 2-13-1 .156 1-8-1 .150 Slip Madigan 1943-44 2-13-1 .156 0-10-1 .045

Ranked According to Overall Game Winning Percentage Overall Big Ten Name Years W-L Pct. W-L Pct. A.E. Bull 1896 7-1-1 .833 - - --John Chalmers 1903-05 24-8-0 .750 1-6-0 .143 Howard Jones 1916-23 42-17-1 .708 21-12-0 .636 Alden Knipe 1899-1902 29-11-4 .705 2-6-1 .278 Forest Evashevski 1952-60 52-27-4 .651 33-21-2 .607 Hayden Fry 1979-98 143-89-6 .613 96-51-5 .648 Kirk Ferentz 1999-p 96-66-0 .593 57-47 .548 E.A. Dalton 1892 3-2-1 .583 - - --Jess Hawley 1910-15 24-18-0 .571 8-11-0 .278 Burt Ingwersen 1924-31 33-27-4 .547 11-20-4 .371 Eddie Anderson 1939-42, 1946-49 35-33-2 .514 21-24-2 .468 Roger Sherman 1894 4-4-1 .500 - - --Otto Wagonhurst 1897 4-4-0 .500 - - --No head coach 1889-91 4-4-0 .500 - - --Ben Donnelly 1893 3-4-0 .429 - - --Ossie Solem 1932-36 15-21-4 .425 5-16-4 .280 Mark Catlin 1906-08 7-10-0 .412 1-3-0 .250 Jerry Burns 1961-65 16-27-2 .378 8-15-1 .354 Leonard Raffensperger 1950-51 5-10-3 .361 2-9-1 .208 Ray Nagel 1966-70 16-32-1 .340 11-22-2 .343 John Griffith 1909 2-4-1 .357 0-1-0 .000 Bob Commings 1974-78 18-37-0 .327 13-27 .325 Clem Crowe 1945 2-7-0 .222 1-5-0 .167 Slip Madigan 1943-44 2-13-1 .156 0-10-1 .045 Irl Tubbs 1937-38 2-13-1 .156 1-8-1 .150 Frank Lauterbur 1971-73 4-28-1 .136 3-22-1 .135

All-Time Series Results Team First Game W-L-T Air Force 1958 0-0-1 Akron 2002 1-0-0 Arkansas 1925 1-0-0 Arkansas State 2009 1-0-0 Arizona 1966 6-7-0 Arizona State 1997 1-2-0 Augustana 1894 2-0-0 Ball State 2005 2-0-0 Berg AAF 1945 1-0-0 Boston University 1948 1-0-0 Bradley Tech 1930 5-0-0 Buffalo 2003 1-0-0 Butler 1924 1-0-0 Brigham Young 1991 0-0-1 California 1958 3-1-0 Camp Dodge 1918 0-0-1 Camp Grant 1942 1-0-0 Carleton 1936 1-0-0 Carroll 1926 2-0-0 Centenary 1930 0-1-0 Central Michigan 1994 2-0-0 Chicago 1894 3-9-2 Cincinnati 1990 1-0-0 Coe 1892 9-0-0 Colgate 1935 1-1-0 Colorado 1988 0-2-0 Colorado Teachers 1926 1-0-0 Cornell 1891 13-1-0 Denver 1927 1-0-0 Denver Athletic Club 1893 0-1-0

Team First Game W-L-T Des Moines 1905 1-0-0 Des Moines YMCA 1896 1-0-0 Detroit 1930 1-0-0 Doane 1895 0-1-0 Drake 1896 12-3-0 Eastern Illinois 2010 1-0-0 Florida 1983 1-2-0 Fla International 2008 1-0-0 George Washington 1931 1-1-0 Great Lakes 1917 0-4-0 Grinnell 1889 11-5-1 Hawaii 1956 3-1-0 Idaho 1964 1-0-0 Illinois 1899 29-38-2 Indiana 1912 42-27-4 Iowa Preflight 1943 0-2-0 Iowa State 1894 39-20-0 Iowa Wesleyan 1890 1-0-0 Kansas 1891 4-6-0 Kansas State 1951 5-1-0 Kent State 2001 2-0-0 Knox 1892 6-0-1 Lawrence 1924 1-0-0 Louisiana-Monroe 2011 1-0-0 Louisiana State 2005 1-0-0 Luther 1893 1-0-0 Maine 2008 1-0-0 Marquette 1930 1-1-0 Miami, Fla. 1950 0-4-0 Miami, OH 2001 3-0-0

Team First Game W-L-T Michigan 1900 13-40-4 Michigan State 1953 22-19-2 Minnesota 1891 42-61-2 Missouri 1892 6-7-0 Monmouth 1905 4-0-0 Montana 1954 2-0-0 Morningside 1908 4-0-0 Nebraska 1891 12-27-3 New Mexico State 1995 1-0-0 North Carolina State 1965 0-3-0 North Dakota 1926 1-0-0 North Dakota State 1946 2-0-0 Northern Illinois 1985 7-0-0 Northern Iowa 1898 14-1-0 Northwestern 1897 47-23-3 Notre Dame 1921 8-13-3 Ohio State 1922 14-46-3 Oklahoma 1979 0-2-0 Oklahoma State 1923 1-1-0 Oregon 1949 1-2-0 Oregon State 1956 7-5-0 P&S 1897 0-1-0 Parsons 1895 1-0-0 Penn College 1895 2-0-0 Penn State 1930 12-12-0 Pittsburgh 1931 2-3-0 Purdue 1910 34-45-3 Ripon 1928 1-0-0 Rush 1898 1-1-0 St. Louis 1905 2-1-0

Team First Game W-L-T San Diego State 1986 1-0-0 Simpson 1898 4-0-0 South Carolina 2009 1-0-0 South Dakota 1917 8-0-0 Southeast Oklahoma 1924 1-0-0 Southern Cal 1925 2-7-0 Syracuse 1975 3-1-0 Temple 1936 1-0-0 Tennessee 1982 1-1-0 Tennessee Tech 2011 1-0-0 Texas 1984 1-0-0 Texas A&M 1931 0-1-0 Texas El Paso 1986 1-0-0 Texas Christian 1958 2-1-0 Texas Tech 1996 2-0-0 Tulsa 1989 3-1-0 UCLA 1938 3-6-0 Upper Iowa 1898 2-0-0 Utah 1978 0-1-0 Utah State 1957 2-0-0 Wabash 1925 2-0-0 Washington 1937 3-3-0 Washington State 1953 3-1-1 Washington, Mo. 1902 4-0-0 Western Michigan 2000 0-2-0 Wilton 1896 2-0-0 Wisconsin 1894 42-42-2 Wyoming 1953 2-0-0 Yale 1922 1-0-0 2012 opponents listed in boldface

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Air Force (Series tied, 0-0-1) 10/04/58 _____ T _______ 13-13 ________ home Akron (Iowa leads, 1-0) 8/31/02 ______ W ______ 57-21 ________ home Arkansas (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/03/25 _____ W ______ 25-0 _________ home Arkansas State (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/03/09 _____ W ______ 24-21 ________ home Arizona (Iowa trails, 6-7) 9/17/66 ______ W ______ 31-20 ________ home 10/04/69 _____ W ______ 31-19 ________ home 10/03/70 _____ L _______ 10-17 _________away 10/06/73 _____ L _______ 20-23 ________ home 9/24/77 ______ L _______ 7-41 _________ home 9/30/78 ______ L _______ 3-23 __________away 10/04/80 _____ L _______ 3-5 __________ home 9/25/82 ______ W ______ 17-14 _________away 9/12/87 ______ W ______ 15-14 _________away 9/07/96 ______ W ______ 21-20 ________ home 9/19/98 ______ L _______ 11-35 _________away 9/19/09 ______ W ______ 27-17 ________ home 9/18/10 ______ L _______ 27-34 _________away Arizona State (Iowa trails, 2-1) 12/31/97 _____ L _______ 7-17 ___ El Paso, Texas 9/20/03 ______ W ______ 21-2 _________ home 9/18/04 ______ L _______ 7-44 __________away Augustana (Iowa leads, 2-0) 10/20/1894 ___ W ______ 34-0 __________away 9/27/1904 ____ W ______ 33-2 _________ home Ball State (Iowa leads, 2-0) 9/3/05 _______ W ______ 56-0 _________ home 9/25/10 ______ W ______ 45-0 _________ home Berg AAF (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/29/45 ______ W ______ 14-13 ________ home Boston University (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/20/48 _____ W ______ 34-14 _________away

Carroll (Iowa leads, 2-0) 10/30/26 _____ W ______ 21-0 _________ home 9/29/29 ______ W ______ 46-0 _________ home Centenary (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/11/30 _____ L _______ 12-19 ________ home Central Michigan (Iowa leads, 2-0) 9/03/94 ______ W ______ 52-21 ________ home 9/05/98 ______ W ______ 38-0 _________ home Chicago (Iowa trails, 3-9-2) 10/27/1894 ___ T _______ 18-18 _________away 10/10/1896 ___ L _______ 0-6 ___________away 10/08/1898 ___ L _______ 0-36 __________away 10/07/1899 ___ T _______ 5-5 ___________away 11/02/1900 ___ W ______ 17-0 __________away 10/15/04 _____ L _______ 0-39 __________away 10/07/05 _____ L _______ 0-42 __________away 10/19/12 _____ L _______ 14-34 _________away 10/22/13 _____ L _______ 6-23 __________away 10/17/14 _____ L _______ 0-7 ___________away 11/15/19 _____ L _______ 6-9 ___________away 10/23/20 _____ L _______ 0-10 __________away 10/13/28 _____ W ______ 13-0 __________away 10/15/38 _____ W ______ 27-14 _________away Cincinnati (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/15/90 ______ W ______ 63-10 ________ home Coe (Iowa leads, 9-0) 10/21/1892 ___ W ______ 48-0 __________away 10/08/1893 ___ W ______ 56-0 __________away 10/30/1901 ___ W ______ 11-0 _________ home 9/29/03 ______ W ______ 16-0 _________ home 9/24/04 ______ W ______ 17-0 _________ home 9/26/05 ______ W ______ 27-0 _________ home 11/10/06 _____ W ______ 15-12 ________ home 10/10/08 _____ W ______ 92-0 _________ home 10/12/18 _____ W ______ 27-0 _________ home Colgate (Series tied, 1-1) 10/12/35 _____ W ______ 12-6 _________ home 10/22/38 _____ L _______ 0-14 _________ home

Bradley Tech (Iowa leads, 5-0) 9/27/30 ______ W ______ 38-12 ________ home

Colorado (Iowa trails, 0-2) 9/17/88 ______ L _______ 21-24 ________ home 9/26/92 ______ L _______ 12-28 _________away

Buffalo (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/6/03 _______ W ______ 56-7 _________ home

Colorado Teachers (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/02/26 _____ W ______ 24-0 _________ home

Butler (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/08/24 _____ W ______ 7-0 __________ home

Cornell (Iowa leads, 13-1) 10/24/1891 ___ W ______ 64-6 _________ home 10/13/1894 ___ W ______ 60-0 __________away 9/27/03 ______ W ______ 6-0 __________ home 10/01/04 _____ W ______ 88-0 _________ home 10/09/09 _____ W ______ 3-0 __________ home 10/21/11 _____ L _______ 0-3 ___________away 10/12/12 _____ W ______ 31-0 _________ home 10/15/13 _____ W ______ 76-0 _________ home 10/10/14 _____ W ______ 49-0 _________ home 10/02/15 _____ W ______ 33-0 __________away 10/07/16 _____ W ______ 31-6 _________ home 10/06/17 _____ W ______ 22-13 ________ home 10/19/18 _____ W ______ 34-0 _________ home 10/09/20 _____ W ______ 63-0 _________ home

Brigham Young (Series tied, 0-0-1) 12/30/91 _____ T _______ 13-13 _ San Diego, Ca. California (Iowa leads, 3-1) 1/01/59 ______ W ______ 38-12 __ Pasadena, Ca. 9/26/59 ______ W ______ 42-12 _________away 9/30/61 ______ W ______ 28-7 _________ home 12/31/93 _____ L _______ 3-37San Antonio, Texas Camp Dodge (Series tied, 0-0-1) 11/23/18 _____ T _______ 0-0 ___________away Camp Grant (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/10/42 _____ W ______ 33-16 ________ home Carleton College (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/26/36 ______ W ______ 14-0 _________ home

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Denver (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/29/27 _____ W ______ 15-0 _________ home

Denver Athletic Club (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/15/1893 ___ L _______ 0-58 __________away Des Moines (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/11/1905 ___ W ______ 72-0 _________ home Des Moines YMCA (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/21/1896 ___ W ______ 34-0 __________away Detroit (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/01/30 _____ W ______ 7-3 ___________away Doane (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/12/1895 ___ L _______ 0-10 _________ home Drake (Iowa leads, 12-3) 10/03/1896 ___ W ______ 32-0 _________ home 11/13/1897 ___ W ______ 16-0 __________away 10/15/1898 ___ L _______ 5-18 _________ home 10/26/1900 ___ W ______ 26-0 _________ home 10/11/1901 ___ W ______ 6-5 ___________away 10/11/02 _____ W ______ 12-0 __________away 10/10/03 _____ W ______ 22-6 _________ home 10/06/04 _____ W ______ 17-0 __________away 11/18/05 _____ W ______ 44-0 _________ home 10/26/07 _____ W ______ 25-4 __________away 11/14/08 _____ L _______ 6-12 _________ home 11/06/09 _____ L _______ 14-17 _________away 11/12/10 _____ W ______ 21-0 _________ home 9/27/41 ______ W ______ 25-8 _________ home 9/14/85 ______ W ______ 58-0 _________ home Eastern Illinois (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/4/10 _______ W ______ 37-7 _________ home Florida (Iowa trails, 2-1) 12/30/83 _____ L _______ 6-14 _Jacksonville, Fla. 1/01/04 ______ W ______ 37-17 ____ Tampa, Fla. 1/2/06 _______ L _______ 24-31 ____ Tampa, Fla. Florida International (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/6/09 _______ W ______ 42-0 _________ home George Washington (Series tied, 1-1) 10/31/31 _____ W ______ 7-0 __________ home 10/28/32 _____ L _______ 6-21 ______________ away ________ Georgia Tech (Iowa leads, 1-0) 1/05/10 ______ W ______ 24-14 ____ Miami, Fla. Great Lakes (Iowa trails, 0-4) 11/03/17 _____ L _______ 14-23 _________away 9/28/18 ______ L _______ 0-10 _________ home 10/03/42 _____ L _______ 0-25 _________ home 9/25/43 ______ L _______ 7-21 __________away Grinnell (Iowa leads, 11-5-1) 11/16/1889 ___ L _______ 0-24 __________away 10/18/1890 ___ L _______ 6-11 _________ home 11/07/1891 ___ L _______ 4-6 ___________away 11/16/1892 ___ W ______ 18-12 ________ home 11/11/1893 ___ L _______ 14-36 _________away 11/10/1894 ___ W ______ 6-0 __________ home 11/14/1896 ___ W ______ 15-6 __________away 11/20/1897 ___ W ______ 16-12 ________ home 11/12/1898 ___ T _______ 5-5 ___________away 11/11/1899 ___ W ______ 16-0 _________ home 11/16/1900 ___ W ______ 63-2 _________ home 11/16/1901 ___ W ______ 17-11 ________ home 10/24/03 _____ W ______ 17-0 __________away 11/12/04 _____ W ______ 69-0 _________ home 11/04/05 _____ W ______ 46-0 _________ home


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 10/14/16 _____ W ______ 17-7 _________ home 10/20/17 _____ L _______ 0-10 _________ home Hawaii (Iowa leads, 3-1) 10/20/56 _____ W ______ 34-0 _________ home 12/01/84 _____ W ______ 17-6 __________away 9/03/88 ______ L _______ 24-27 _________away 9/07/91 ______ W ______ 53-10 ________ home Idaho (Iowa leads 1-0) 9/26/64 ______ W ______ 34-24 ________ home Illinois (Iowa trails, 29-38-2) 11/30/1899 ___ W ______ 58-0 __________away 11/09/1901 ___ L _______ 0-27 _________ home 11/27/02 _____ L _______ 0-80 __________away 11/21/03 _____ W ______ 12-0 _________ home 11/19/04 _____ L _______ 0-29 __________away 11/09/07 _____ W ______ 25-12 ________ home 11/07/08 _____ L _______ 0-22 __________away 10/26/18 _____ L _______ 0-19 _________ home 10/18/19 _____ L _______ 7-9 ___________away 10/23/20 _____ L _______ 3-20 __________away 10/15/21 _____ W ______ 14-2 _________ home 10/21/22 _____ W ______ 8-7 ___________away 10/20/23 _____ L _______ 6-9 __________ home 11/01/24 _____ L _______ 0-36 __________away 10/17/25 _____ W ______ 12-10 ________ home 10/16/26 _____ L _______ 6-13 __________away 11/05/27 _____ L _____ 0-14 ___________ home 10/20/29 _____ T _____ 7-7 ____________ home 10/26/35 _____ W ____ 19-0 ____________away 10/17/36 _____ T _____ 0-0 ____________ home 11/23/40 _____ W ____ 18-7 ___________ home 11/08/41 _____ W ____ 21-0 ____________away 10/17/42 _____ L _____ 7-12 ___________ home 11/06/43 _____ L _____ 10-19 __________ home 10/14/44 _____ L _____ 6-40 ____________away 11/10/45 _____ L _____ 7-48 ____________away 11/02/46 _____ L _____ 0-7 ____________ home 10/04/47 _____ L _____ 12-35 __________ home 11/06/48 _____ L _____ 0-14 ____________away 10/08/49 _____ L _____ 14-20 __________ home 11/11/50 _____ L _____ 7-21 ___________ home 11/10/51 _____ L _____ 13-40 ___________away 11/08/52 _____ L _____ 13-33 __________ home 11/25/67 _____ L _____ 19-21 __________ home 11/23/68 _____ W ____ 37-13 ___________away 11/22/69 _____ W ____ 40-0 ____________away 11/21/70 _____ W ____ 22-16 __________ home 11/20/71 _____ L _____ 0-31 ____________away 11/25/72 _____ W ____ 15-14 __________ home 10/27/73 _____ L _____ 0-50 ____________away 10/26/74 _____ W ____ 14-12 __________ home 9/11/75 ______ L _____ 12-27 __________ home 9/11/76 ______ L _____ 6-24 ____________away 10/06/79 _____ W ____ 13-7 ____________away 10/11/80 _____ L _____ 14-20 __________ home 10/31/81 _____ L _____ 7-24 ____________away 10/30/82 _____ W ____ 14-13 __________ home 10/01/83 _____ L _____ 0-33 ____________away 9/29/84 ______ W ____ 21-16 __________ home 11/09/85 _____ W ____ 59-0 ___________ home 11/08/86 _____ L _____ 16-20 ___________away 11/04/89 _____ L _____ 7-31 ___________ home 11/03/90 _____ W ____ 54-28 ___________away 10/19/91 _____ W ____ 24-21 __________ home 10/17/92 _____ W ____ 24-14 ___________away 10/16/93 _____ L _____ 3-49 ___________ home 10/15/94 _____ L _____ 7-47 ____________away 11/04/95 _____ L _____ 7-26 ___________ home 11/02/96 _____ W ____ 31-21 ___________away

9/27/97 ______ W ____ 38-10 __________ home 9/26/98 ______ W ____ 37-14 ___________away 11/06/99 _____ L _____ 24-40 __________ home 10/14/00 _____ L _____ 0-31 ____________away 11/01/03 _____ W ____ 41-10 __________ home 10/30/04 _____ W ____ 23-13 ___________away 10/01/05 _____ W ____ 35-7 ___________ home 9/23/06 ______ W ____ 24-7 ____________away 10/13/07 _____ W ____ 10-6 ___________ home 11/1/08 ______ L _____ 24-27 ___________away Indiana (Iowa leads, 42-27-4) 11/09/12 _____ W ____ 13-6 ____________away 11/08/13 _____ W ____ 60-0 ___________ home 10/02/20 _____ W ____ 17-7 ____________away 11/12/21 _____ W ____ 41-0 ___________ home 10/17/31 _____ T _____ 0-0 ____________ home 10/15/32 _____ L _____ 0-12 ____________away 11/03/34 _____ T _____ 0-0 _____________away 11/02/35 _____ T _____ 6-6 ____________ home 10/31/36 _____ L _____ 6-13 ____________away 11/13/37 _____ L _____ 0-3 ____________ home 11/12/38 _____ L _____ 3-7 _____________away 10/07/39 _____ W ____ 32-29 __________ home 10/19/40 _____ L _____ 6-10 ____________away 11/01/41 _____ W ____ 13-7 ___________ home 10/24/42 _____ W ____ 14-13 ___________away 10/16/43 _____ T _____ 7-7 ____________ home 10/28/44 _____ L _____ 0-32 ____________away 10/20/45 _____ L _____ 20-52 __________ home 10/19/46 _____ W ____ 13-0 ____________away 10/11/47 _____ W ____ 27-14 __________ home 10/02/48 _____ L _____ 0-7 _____________away 10/15/49 _____ W ____ 35-9 ___________ home 10/07/50 _____ L _____ 7-20 ____________away 10/04/52 _____ L _____ 13-20 ___________away 10/24/53 _____ W ____ 19-13 __________ home 10/23/54 _____ W ____ 27-14 ___________away 10/08/55 _____ W ____ 20-6 ___________ home 9/29/56 ______ W ____ 27-0 ____________away 10/12/57 _____ W ____ 47-7 ____________away 10/11/58 _____ W ____ 34-13 __________ home 10/14/61 _____ W ____ 27-8 ___________ home 10/13/62 _____ W ____ 14-10 ___________away 10/12/63 _____ W ____ 37-26 __________ home 10/10/64 _____ W ____ 21-20 ___________away 10/30/65 _____ L _____ 17-21 ___________away 10/29/66 _____ W ____ 20-19 __________ home 10/14/67 _____ L _____ 17-21 ___________away 10/12/68 _____ L _____ 34-38 __________ home 11/08/69 _____ W ____ 28-17 ___________away 11/07/70 _____ W ____ 42-13 __________ home 11/13/71 _____ L _____ 7-14 ___________ home 11/18/72 _____ L _____ 8-16 ____________away 10/18/75 _____ W ____ 20-10 ___________away 10/16/76 _____ L _____ 7-14 ___________ home 11/05/77 _____ L _____ 21-24 __________ home 11/11/78 _____ L _____ 14-34 ___________away 9/08/79 ______ L _____ 26-30 __________ home 9/13/80 ______ W ____ 16-7 ____________away 10/10/81 _____ W ____ 42-28 __________ home 10/09/82 _____ W ____ 24-20 ___________away 10/29/83 _____ W ____ 49-3 ___________ home 10/27/84 _____ W ____ 24-20 ___________away 10/31/87 _____ W ____ 29-21 __________ home 10/29/88 _____ L _____ 34-45 ___________away 11/09/91 _____ W ____ 38-21 __________ home 11/07/92 _____ W ____ 14-0 ____________away 10/09/93 _____ L _____ 10-16 ___________away 10/08/94 _____ L _____ 20-27 __________ home 10/14/95 _____ W ____ 22-13 __________ home 10/12/96 _____ W ____ 31-10 ___________away

10/25/97 _____ W ____ 62-0 ___________ home 10/17/98 _____ L _____ 7-14 ____________away 10/23/99 _____ L _____ 31-38 __________ home 9/30/00 ______ L _____ 33-45 ___________away 10/20/01 _____ W ____ 42-28 __________ home 10/19/02 _____ W ____ 24-8 ____________away 10/15/05 _____ W ____ 38-21 __________ home 10/14/06 _____ L _____ 28-31 ___________away 9/29/07 ______ L _____ 20-38 __________ home 10/11/08 _____ W ____ 45-9 ____________away 10/31/09 _____ W ____ 42-24 __________ home 11/6/10 ______ W ____ 18-13 ___________away 10/22/11 _____ W ____ 45-24 __________ home Iowa Preflight (Iowa trails, 0-2) 10/09/43 _____ L _____ 0-25 ___________ home 11/25/44 _____ L _____ 6-30 ___________ home Iowa State (Iowa leads, 39-20) 10/01/1894 ___ L _____ 8-16 ___________ home 10/26/1895 ___ L _____ 0-24 ___________ home 10/05/1897 ___ L _____ 0-6 ____________ home 10/28/1899 ___ W ____ 5-0 ____________ home 10/18/1901 ___ W ____ 12-0 ___________ home 11/01/02 _____ W ____ 12-6 ___________ home 10/29/04 _____ W ____ 10-6 ___________ home 11/24/05 _____ W ____ 8-0 _____________away 11/23/06 _____ L _____ 0-2 ____________ home 11/24/07 _____ L _____ 14-20 ___________away 11/13/09 _____ W ____ 16-0 ___________ home 11/05/10 _____ W ____ 2-0 _____________away 11/18/11 _____ L _____ 0-9 ____________ home 11/16/12 _____ W ____ 20-7 ____________away 11/15/13 _____ W ____ 45-7 ___________ home 11/14/14 _____ W ____ 26-6 ____________away 11/13/15 _____ L _____ 0-16 ___________ home 11/18/16 _____ W ____ 19-16 ___________away 11/24/17 _____ W ____ 6-3 ____________ home 11/09/18 _____ W ____ 21-0 ___________ home 11/22/19 _____ W ____ 10-0 ___________ home 11/20/20 _____ W ____ 14-10 ___________away 11/04/33 _____ W ____ 27-7 ___________ home 10/20/34 _____ L _____ 6-31 ____________away 9/17/77 ______ W ____ 12-10 __________ home 9/23/78 ______ L _____ 0-31 ___________ home 9/29/79 ______ W ____ 30-14 __________ home 9/27/80 ______ L _____ 7-10 ___________ home 9/19/81 ______ L _____ 12-23 ___________away 9/18/82 ______ L _____ 7-19 ___________ home 9/10/83 ______ W ____ 51-10 ___________away 9/08/84 ______ W ____ 59-21 __________ home 9/28/85 ______ W ____ 57-3 ____________away 9/13/86 ______ W ____ 43-7 ___________ home 9/19/87 ______ W ____ 48-9 ____________away 9/24/88 ______ W ____ 10-3 ___________ home 9/23/89 ______ W ____ 31-21 ___________away 9/22/90 ______ W ____ 45-35 __________ home 9/14/91 ______ W ____ 29-10 ___________away 9/12/92 ______ W ____ 21-7 ___________ home 9/11/93 ______ W ____ 31-28 ___________away 9/10/94 ______ W ____ 37-9 ___________ home 9/16/95 ______ W ____ 27-10 ___________away 9/14/96 ______ W ____ 38-13 __________ home 9/20/97 ______ W ____ 63-20 ___________away 9/12/98 ______ L _____ 9-27 ___________ home 9/11/99 ______ L _____ 10-17 ___________away 9/16/00 ______ L _____ 14-24 __________ home 11/24/01 _____ L _____ 14-17 ___________away 9/14/02 ______ L _____ 31-36 __________ home 9/13/03 ______ W ____ 40-21 ___________away 9/11/04 ______ W ____ 17-10 __________ home 9/10/05 ______ L _____ 3-23 ____________away

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 9/16/06 ______ W ____ 27-17 __________ home 9/15/07 ______ L _____ 13-15 ___________away 9/13/08 ______ W ____ 17-5 ___________ home 9/12/09 ______ W ____ 35-3 ____________away 9/11/10 ______ W ____ 35-7 ___________ home 9/10/11 ______ L _____ 41-44 (3OT) ______away Iowa Wesleyan (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/01/1890 ___ W ____ 91-0 ____________away Kansas (Iowa trails, 4-6) 12/05/1891 ___ W ____ 18-14 ___________away 11/05/1892 ___ L _____ 4-24 ____________away 11/04/1893 ___ L _____ 24-35 ___________away 11/03/1894 ___ W ____ 14-12 __________ home 11/02/95 _____ L _____ 0-54 ____________away 10/26/96 _____ W ____ 6-0 ____________ home 10/30/97 _____ L _____ 0-56 ____________away 11/21/08 _____ L _____ 5-10 ___________ home 11/20/09 _____ L _____ 7-20 ____________away 10/29/60 _____ W ____ 21-7 ___________ home Kansas State (Iowa leads, 5-1) 9/29/51 ______ W ____ 16-0 ___________ home 9/24/55 ______ W ____ 28-7 ___________ home 10/31/59 _____ W ____ 53-0 ___________ home 9/26/87 ______ W ____ 38-13 __________ home 9/10/88 ______ W ____ 45-10 ___________away 8/26/00 ______ L _____ 7-27 ___ Kansas City, Mo. Kent State (Iowa leads, 2-0) 9/01/01 ______ W ____ 51-0 ___________ home 9/04/04 ______ W ____ 39-7 ___________ home Knox (Iowa leads, 6-0-1) 10/29/1892 ___ W ____ 44-0 ___________ home 10/01/1898 ___ T _____ 0-0 _____________away 11/18/1899 ___ W ____ 33-0 ____________away 11/02/1901 ___ W ____ 23-6 ___________ home 10/01/21 _____ W ____ 52-14 __________ home 10/07/22 _____ W ____ 61-0 ___________ home 10/06/23 _____ W ____ 44-3 ___________ home Lawrence (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/18/24 _____ W ____ 13-5 ___________ home Louisiana Monroe (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/24/11 ______ W ____ 45-17 __________ home Louisiana State (Iowa leads, 1-0) 1/01/05 ______ W ____ 30-25 _____Orlando, Fla. Luther (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/22/1893 ___ W ____ 32-0 ___________ home Maine (Iowa leads, 1-0) 8/30/08 ______ W ____ 46-3 ___________ home Marquette (Series tied, 1-1) 11/08/30 _____ L _____ 0-7 _____________away 9/25/48 ______ W ____ 14-12 __________ home Miami, OH (Iowa leads 3-0) 9/08/01 ______ W ____ 44-19 __________ home 9/07/02 ______ W ____ 29-24 ___________away 8/30/03 ______ W ____ 21-3 ___________ home Miami, FL (Iowa trails, 0-4) 11/24/50 _____ L _____ 6-14 ____________away 11/18/66 _____ L _____ 0-44 ____________away 9/29/90 ______ L _____ 21-48 ___________away 9/05/92 ______ L _____ 7-24 ___________ home

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Michigan (Iowa trails, 13-40-4) 11/10/1900 ___ W ____ 28-5 ____________away 11/28/01 _____ L _____ 0-50 ____________away 11/08/02 _____ L _____ 0-107 ___________away 11/03/23 _____ L _____ 3-9 ____________ home 11/01/24 _____ W ____ 9-2 _____________away 11/22/28 _____ L _____ 7-10 ____________away 11/23/29 _____ T _____ 0-0 _____________away 11/11/33 _____ L _____ 6-10 ____________away 10/23/37 _____ L _____ 6-7 ____________ home 10/14/39 _____ L _____ 7-27 ____________away 10/04/41 _____ L _____ 0-6 _____________away 11/28/42 _____ L _____ 14-28 ___________away 10/05/46 _____ L _____ 7-14 ____________away 10/20/51 _____ L _____ 0-21 ___________ home 10/10/53 _____ L _____ 13-14 ___________away 10/09/54 _____ L _____ 13-14 ___________away 10/29/55 _____ L _____ 21-33 ___________away 11/03/56 _____ L _____ 14-17 __________ home 11/02/57 _____ T _____ 21-21 ___________away 11/01/58 _____ W ____ 37-14 ___________away 11/18/61 _____ L _____ 14-23 ___________away 11/17/62 _____ W ____ 28-14 __________ home 11/16/63 _____ T _____ 21-21 ___________away 11/14/64 _____ L _____ 20-34 __________ home 11/15/69 _____ L _____ 6-51 ___________ home 11/14/70 _____ L _____ 0-55 ____________away 11/06/71 _____ L _____ 7-63 ____________away 11/11/72 _____ L _____ 0-31 ___________ home 9/15/73 ______ L _____ 7-31 ___________ home 9/14/74 ______ L _____ 7-24 ____________away 10/29/77 _____ L _____ 6-23 ____________away 11/04/78 _____ L _____ 0-34 ___________ home 10/17/81 _____ W ____ 9-7 _____________away 10/16/82 _____ L _____ 7-29 ___________ home 10/22/83 _____ L _____ 13-16 ___________away 10/20/84 _____ W ____ 26-0 ___________ home 10/19/85 _____ W ____ 12-10 __________ home 10/18/86 _____ L _____ 17-20 ___________away 10/17/87 _____ L _____ 10-37 ___________away 10/15/88 _____ T _____ 17-17 __________ home 10/21/89 _____ L _____ 12-26 __________ home 10/20/90 _____ W ____ 24-23 ___________away 10/05/91 _____ L _____ 24-43 __________ home 10/03/92 _____ L _____ 28-52 ___________away 10/02/93 _____ L _____ 7-24 ____________away 10/01/94 _____ L _____ 14-29 __________ home 10/18/97 _____ L _____ 24-28 ___________away 10/03/98 _____ L _____ 9-12 ___________ home 10/27/01 _____ L _____ 26-32 __________ home 10/26/02 _____ W ____ 34-9 ____________away 10/04/03 _____ W ____ 30-27 __________ home 9/25/04 ______ L _____ 17-30 ___________away 10/22/05 _____ L _____ 20-23 (OT) ______ home 10/21/06 _____ L _____ 6-20 ____________away 10/10/09 _____ W ____ 30-28 __________ home 10/16/10 _____ W ____ 38-28 ___________away 11/5/11 ______ W ____ 24-16 __________ home Michigan State (Iowa leads, 22-19-2) 9/26/53 ______ L _____ 7-21 ___________ home 9/25/54 ______ W ____ 14-10 __________ home 10/10/59 _____ W ____ 37-8 ___________ home 10/08/60 _____ W ____ 27-15 ___________away 11/06/65 _____ L _____ 0-35 ___________ home 11/05/66 _____ L _____ 7-56 ____________away 10/25/69 _____ W ____ 19-18 __________ home 10/24/70 _____ L _____ 0-37 ____________away 10/23/71 _____ L _____ 3-34 ____________away 10/28/72 _____ T _____ 6-6 ____________ home 11/24/73 _____ L _____ 6-15 ___________ home 11/23/74 _____ L _____ 21-60 ___________away

11/22/75 _____ L _____ 23-27 __________ home 11/20/76 _____ W ____ 30-17 ___________away 11/19/77 _____ L _____ 16-22 __________ home 11/25/78 _____ L _____ 7-42 ____________away 11/17/79 _____ W ____ 33-23 __________ home 11/22/80 _____ W ____ 41-0 ____________away 11/21/81 _____ W ____ 36-7 ___________ home 11/20/82 _____ W ____ 24-18 ___________away 11/12/83 _____ W ____ 12-6 ____________away 11/10/84 _____ L _____ 16-17 __________ home 10/05/85 _____ W ____ 35-31 __________ home 10/04/86 _____ W ____ 24-21 ___________away 10/03/87 _____ L _____ 14-19 __________ home 10/01/88 _____ T _____ 10-10 ___________away 10/07/89 _____ L _____ 14-17 __________ home 10/06/90 _____ W ____ 12-7 ____________away 10/23/93 _____ L _____ 10-24 ___________away 10/22/94 _____ W ____ 19-14 __________ home 10/07/95 _____ W ____ 21-7 ____________away 10/05/96 _____ W ____ 37-30 __________ home 10/02/99 _____ L _____ 3-49 ____________away 10/0700 ______ W ____ 21-16 __________ home 10/13/01 _____ L _____ 28-31 ___________away 10/12/02 _____ W ____ 44-16 __________ home 9/27/03 ______ L _____ 10-20 ___________away 10/02/04 _____ W ____ 38-16 __________ home 10/27/07 _____ W ____ 34-27 (2 OT) _____ home 10/4/08 ______ L _____ 13-16 ___________away 10/24/09 _____ W ____ 15-13 ___________away 10/30/10 _____ W ____ 37-6 ___________ home 11/12/11 _____ L _____ 21-37 __________ home Minnesota (Iowa trails, 42-61-2) 11/02/1891 ___ L _____ 4-42 ___________ home 10/26/1901 ___ L _____ 0-16 ____________away 10/25/02 _____ L _____ 0-34 ___________ home 10/17/03 _____ L _____ 0-75 ____________away 11/24/04 _____ L _____ 0-11 ___________ home 10/21/05 _____ L _____ 0-39 ____________away 10/02/09 _____ L _____ 0-41 ____________away 10/28/11 _____ L _____ 6-24 ____________away 10/26/12 _____ L _____ 7-56 ____________away 10/24/14 _____ L _____ 0-7 ____________ home 10/23/15 _____ L _____ 13-51 ___________away 11/04/16 _____ L _____ 0-67 ____________away 11/02/18 _____ W ____ 6-0 ____________ home 10/25/19 _____ W ____ 9-6 _____________away 11/13/20 _____ W ____ 28-7 ___________ home 11/05/21 _____ W ____ 41-7 ____________away 11/11/22 _____ W ____ 28-14 __________ home 11/17/23 _____ L _____ 7-20 ____________away 10/25/24 _____ W ____ 13-0 ___________ home 11/14/25 _____ L _____ 0-33 ____________away 11/06/26 _____ L _____ 0-41 ___________ home 10/22/27 _____ L _____ 0-38 ____________away 10/24/28 _____ W ____ 7-6 ____________ home 11/09/29 _____ W ____ 9-7 ____________ home 10/24/31 _____ L _____ 0-34 ____________away 10/22/32 _____ L _____ 6-21 ___________ home 10/28/33 _____ L _____ 7-19 ____________away 10/28/34 _____ L _____ 12-48 __________ home 11/09/35 _____ L _____ 6-13 ___________ home 11/07/36 _____ L _____ 0-52 ____________away 11/06/37 _____ L _____ 10-35 __________ home 11/05/38 _____ L _____ 0-28 ____________away 11/18/39 _____ W ____ 13-9 ___________ home 10/26/40 _____ L _____ 6-34 ____________away 11/15/41 _____ L _____ 13-34 __________ home 11/14/42 _____ L _____ 7-27 ____________away 11/13/43 _____ L _____ 14-33 ___________away 11/18/44 _____ L _____ 0-46 ___________ home 11/17/45 _____ W ____ 20-19 __________ home


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 11/16/46 _____ L _____ 6-16 ____________away 11/15/47 _____ W ____ 13-7 ___________ home 11/13/48 _____ L _____ 21-28 __________ home 11/05/49 _____ L _____ 7-55 ____________away 11/04/50 _____ W ____ 13-0 ____________away 11/13/51 _____ T _____ 20-20 __________ home 11/11/52 _____ L _____ 7-17 ____________away 11/14/53 _____ W ____ 27-0 ___________ home 11/13/54 _____ L _____ 20-22 ___________away 11/05/55 _____ W ____ 26-0 ___________ home 11/10/56 _____ W ____ 7-0 _____________away 11/09/57 _____ W ____ 44-20 __________ home 11/08/58 _____ W ____ 28-6 ____________away 11/07/59 _____ W ____ 33-0 ___________ home 11/05/60 _____ L _____ 10-27 ___________away 11/11/61 _____ L _____ 9-16 ___________ home 11/10/62 _____ L _____ 0-10 ____________away 11/09/63 _____ W ____ 27-13 __________ home 11/07/64 _____ L _____ 13-14 ___________away 10/16/65 _____ L _____ 3-14 ___________ home 10/15/66 _____ L _____ 0-17 ____________away 11/04/67 _____ L _____ 0-10 ___________ home 11/02/68 _____ W ____ 35-28 ___________away 11/01/69 _____ L _____ 8-35 ___________ home 10/3170 ______ T _____ 14-14 ___________away 10/16/71 _____ L _____ 14-19 __________ home 10/21/72 _____ L _____ 14-43 ___________away 10/20/73 _____ L _____ 23-31 __________ home 10/19/74 _____ L _____ 17-23 ___________away 10/25/75 _____ L _____ 7-31 ___________ home 10/23/76 _____ W ____ 22-12 ___________away 10/08/77 _____ W ____ 18-6 ___________ home 10/14/78 _____ L _____ 20-22 ___________away 10/20/79 _____ L _____ 7-24 ___________ home 10/25/80 _____ L _____ 6-24 ____________away 10/24/81 _____ L _____ 10-12 __________ home 10/23/82 _____ W ____ 21-16 ___________away 10/19/83 _____ W ____ 61-10 __________ home 11/17/84 _____ L _____ 17-23 ___________away 11/23/85 _____ W ____ 31-9 ___________ home 11/22/86 _____ W ____ 30-27 ___________away 11/21/87 _____ W ____ 34-20 __________ home 11/19/88 _____ W ____ 31-22 ___________away 11/25/89 _____ L _____ 7-43 ___________ home 11/24/90 _____ L _____ 24-31 ___________away 11/23/91 _____ W ____ 23-8 ___________ home 11/21/92 _____ L _____ 13-28 ___________away 11/20/93 _____ W ____ 21-3 ___________ home 11/19/94 _____ W ____ 49-42 ___________away 11/25/95 _____ W ____ 45-3 ___________ home 11/23/96 _____ W ____ 43-24 ___________away 11/22/97 _____ W ____ 31-0 ___________ home 11/21/98 _____ L _____ 7-49 ____________away 11/20/99 _____ L _____ 21-25 __________ home 11/18/00 _____ L _____ 24-27 ___________away 11/17/01 _____ W ____ 42-24 __________ home 11/16/02 _____ W ____ 45-21 ___________away 11/15/03 _____ W ____ 40-22 __________ home 11/13/04 _____ W ____ 29-27 ___________away 11/19/05 _____ W ____ 52-28 __________ home 11/18/06 _____ L _____ 24-34 ___________away 11/10/07 _____ W ____ 21-16 __________ home 11/22/08 _____ W ____ 55-0 ____________away 11/21/09 _____ W ____ 12-0 ___________ home 11/27/10 _____ L _____ 24-27 ___________away 10/29/11 _____ L _____ 21-22 ___________away Missouri (Iowa trails, 6-7) 11/09/1892 ___ L _____ 0-22 ____________away 11/18/1893 ___ W ____ 34-12 __________ home 11/19/1894 ___ L _____ 6-32 ____________away 11/18/1895 ___ L _____ 0-34 ____________away

11/09/1896 ___ W ____ 12-0 ____________away 11/20/02 _____ L _____ 0-6 _____________away 11/14/03 _____ W ____ 16-0 ____________away 10/27/06 _____ W ____ 24-4 ___________ home 10/19/07 _____ W ____ 21-6 ___________ home 10/17/08 _____ L _____ 5-10 ____________away 10/30/09 _____ L _____ 12-13 __________ home 10/15/10 _____ L _____ 0-5 _____________away 12/28/10 _____ W ____ 27-24 _____ Tempe, Ariz. Monmouth (Iowa leads, 4-0) 9/30/05 ______ W ____ 40-0 ___________ 10/01/27 _____ W ____ 32-6 ___________ 10/07/28 _____ W ____ 26-0 ___________ 10/06/29 _____ W ____ 46-0 ___________

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Montana (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/02/54 _____ W ____ 48-6 ___________ home 9/2/06 _______ W ____ 41-7 ___________ home Morningside (Iowa leads, 4-0) 10/24/08 _____ W ____ 16-0 ____________away 10/02/10 _____ W ____ 12-0 ___________ home 10/14/11 _____ W ____ 11-5 ____________away 10/09/15 _____ W ____ 17-6 ____________away Nebraska (Iowa trails, 12-27-3) 11/25/1891 ___ W ____ 22-0 _____ Omaha, Neb. 11/24/1892 ___ T _____ 10-10 ____ Omaha, Neb. 11/25/1893 ___ L _____ 18-20 ____ Omaha, Neb. 11/29/1894 ___ L _____ 0-36 _____ Omaha, Neb. 11/19/1895 ___ L _____ 0-6 ______ Omaha, Neb. 11/26/1896 ___ T _____ 0-0 ______ Omaha, Neb. 11/28/1896 ___ W ____ 6-0 ______ Omaha, Neb. 11/25/1897 ___ L _____ 0-6 _ Council Bluffs, Iowa 11/24/1898 ___ W ____ 6-5 _ Council Bluffs, Iowa 11/04/1899 ___ W ____ 30-0 _____ Omaha, Neb. 10/31/1903 ___ L _____ 6-17 ___________ home 11/05/04 _____ L _____ 6-17 ____________away 10/31/08 _____ L _____ 8-11 ___________ home 10/23/09 _____ T _____ 6-6 _____________away 11/22/13 _____ L _____ 0-12 ____________away 11/21/14 _____ L _____ 7-16 ___________ home 11/20/15 _____ L _____ 7-52 ____________away 11/25/16 _____ L _____ 17-34 __________ home 10/13/17 _____ L _____ 0-47 ____________away 10/05/18 _____ W ____ 12-0 ____________away 10/04/19 _____ W ____ 18-0 ___________ home 11/22/30 _____ W ____ 12-7 ___________ home 11/07/31 _____ L _____ 0-7 _____________away 11/05/32 _____ L _____ 13-14 __________ home 11/25/33 _____ L _____ 6-7 _____________away 10/14/34 _____ L _____ 13-14 ___________away 11/20/37 _____ L _____ 0-28 ____________away 11/19/38 _____ L _____ 0-14 ___________ home 11/09/40 _____ L _____ 6-14 ____________away 11/22/41 _____ L _____ 13-14 ___________away 09/26/42 _____ W ____ 27-0 ___________ home 11/20/43 _____ W ____ 33-13 ___________away 11/04/44 _____ W ____ 27-6 ___________ home 11/24/45 _____ L _____ 6-13 ____________away 10/12/46 _____ W ____ 21-7 ___________ home 9/22/79 ______ L _____ 21-24 __________ home 9/20/80 ______ L _____ 0-57 ____________away 9/12/81 ______ W ____ 10-7 ___________ home 9/11/82 ______ L _____ 7-42 ____________away 9/04/99 ______ L _____ 7-42 ___________ home 9/23/00 ______ L _____ 13-42 ___________away 11/25/11 _____ L _____ 7-20 ____________away New Mexico State (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/30/95 ______ W ____ 59-21 __________ home

North Carolina State (Iowa trails, 0-3) 11/20/65 _____ L _____ 20-28 __________ home 12/31/88 _____ L _____ 23-28 _____ Atlanta, Ga. 8/29/92 ______ L _____ 14-24 E. Rutherford, N.J. North Dakota (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/09/26 _____ W ____ 40-7 ___________ home North Dakota State (Iowa leads, 2-0) 9/21/46 ______ W ____ 39-0 ___________ home 9/20/47 ______ W ____ 59-0 ___________ home Northern Illinois (Iowa leads, 7-0) 9/21/85 ______ W ____ 48-20 __________ home 9/20/86 ______ W ____ 57-3 ___________ home 9/28/91 ______ W ____ 58-7 ___________ home 11/06/93 _____ W ____ 54-20 __________ home 9/18/99 ______ W ____ 24-0 ___________ home 10/28/06 _____ W ____ 24-14 __________ home 9/1/07 _______ W ____ 16-3 _______Chicago, Ill. Northern Iowa (Iowa leads, 14-1) 11/05/1898 ___ L _____ 5-11 ____________away 9/23/1899 ____ W ____ 22-0 ___________ home 10/06/1900 ___ W ____ 69-0 ___________ home 10/05/1901 ___ W ____ 16-0 ___________ home 10/04/02 _____ W ____ 26-5 ___________ home 10/03/03 _____ W ____ 29-0 ___________ home 10/22/04 _____ W ____ 11-5 ___________ home 10/28/05 _____ W ____ 41-5 ___________ home 10/07/12 _____ W ____ 35-7 ___________ home 10/08/13 _____ W ____ 45-3 ___________ home 10/03/14 _____ W ____ 95-0 ___________ home 9/09/95 ______ W ____ 34-13 __________ home 9/06/97 ______ W ____ 66-0 ___________ home 9/17/05 ______ W ____ 45-21 __________ home 9/05.09 ______ W ____ 17-16 __________ home Northwestern (Iowa leads, 47-23-3) 10/16/97 _____ W ____ 12-6 ____________away 11/23/00 _____ T _____ 5-5 _____________away 10/08/10 _____ L _____ 5-10 ____________away 11/25/11 _____ W ____ 6-0 ____________ home 10/29/13 _____ W ____ 78-6 ____________away 11/07/14 _____ W ____ 27-0 ____________away 10/16/15 _____ W ____ 9-6 ____________ home 11/11/16 _____ L _____ 13-20 ___________away 11/17/17 _____ L _____ 14-25 ___________away 11/16/18 _____ W ____ 23-7 ___________ home 11/08/19 _____ W ____ 14-7 ____________away 11/06/20 _____ W ____ 20-0 ___________ home 11/19/21 _____ W ____ 14-0 ____________away 11/25/22 _____ W ____ 37-3 ___________ home 11/24/23 _____ W ____ 17-14 ___________away 11/20/26 _____ L _____ 6-13 ___________ home 11/29/27 _____ L _____ 0-12 ____________away 11/21/31 _____ L _____ 0-19 ___________ home 11/19/32 _____ L _____ 6-44 ____________away 10/07/33 _____ W ____ 7-0 _____________away 10/06/34 _____ W ____ 20-7 ____________away 11/23/35 _____ T _____ 0-0 _____________away 10/03/36 _____ L _____ 7-18 ____________away 11/25/39 _____ T _____ 7-7 _____________away 10/22/49 _____ W ____ 28-21 __________ home 11/15/52 _____ W ____ 39-14 ___________away 10/26/57 _____ W ____ 6-0 _____________away 10/25/58 _____ W ____ 26-20 __________ home 10/03/59 _____ L _____ 10-14 __________ home 10/01/60 _____ W ____ 42-0 ____________away 10/23/65 _____ L _____ 0-9 _____________away 10/22/66 _____ L _____ 15-24 __________ home 11/11/67 _____ L _____ 24-39 ___________away

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 11/09/68 _____ W ____ 68-34 __________ home 10/09/71 _____ L _____ 3-28 ___________ home 10/14/72 _____ W ____ 23-12 ___________away 10/13/73 _____ L _____ 15-31 ___________away 10/12/74 _____ W ____ 35-10 __________ home 11/01/75 _____ W ____ 24-21 ___________away 10/30/76 _____ W ____ 13-10 __________ home 9/10/77 ______ W ____ 24-0 ___________ home 9/16/78 ______ W ____ 20-3 ___________ home 10/13/79 _____ W ____ 58-6 ____________away 10/18/80 _____ W ____ 25-3 ___________ home 10/03/81 _____ W ____ 64-0 ____________away 10/02/82 _____ W ____ 45-7 ___________ home 10/08/83 _____ W ____ 61-21 __________ home 10/06/84 _____ W ____ 31-3 ____________away 10/26/85 _____ W ____ 49-10 ___________away 10/25/86 _____ W ____ 27-20 __________ home 11/07/87 _____ W ____ 52-24 ___________away 11/05/88 _____ W ____ 35-10 __________ home 10/28/89 _____ W ____ 35-22 ___________away 10/27/90 _____ W ____ 56-14 __________ home 11/16/91 _____ W ____ 24-10 ___________away 11/14/92 _____ W ____ 56-14 __________ home 11/13/93 _____ W ____ 23-19 ___________away 11/12/94 _____ W ____ 49-13 __________ home 11/11/95 _____ L _____ 20-31 ___________away 11/09/96 _____ L _____ 13-40 __________ home 11/15/97 _____ L _____ 14-15 ___________away 10/10/98 _____ W ____ 26-24 __________ home 10/16/99 _____ L _____ 21-23 ___________away 11/11/00 _____ W ____ 27-17 __________ home 11/10/01 _____ W ____ 59-16 ___________away 11/09/02 _____ W ____ 62-10 __________ home 11/05/05 _____ L _____ 27-28 ___________away 11/04/06 _____ L _____ 7-21 ___________ home 11/3/07 ______ W ____ 28-17 ___________away 9/27/08 ______ L _____ 17-22 __________ home 11/07/09 _____ L _____ 10-17 __________ home 11/13/10 _____ L _____ 17-21 ___________away 10/15/11 _____ W ____ 41-31 __________ home Notre Dame (Iowa trails, 8-13-3) 10/08/21 _____ W ____ 10-7 ___________ home 11/11/39 _____ W ____ 7-6 ____________ home 11/16/40 _____ W ____ 7-0 _____________away 10/27/45 _____ L _____ 0-56 ____________away 10/26/46 _____ L _____ 6-41 ___________ home 10/25/47 _____ L _____ 0-21 ____________away 10/23/48 _____ L _____ 12-27 __________ home 11/19/49 _____ L _____ 7-28 ____________away 11/18/50 _____ T _____ 14-14 __________ home 11/24/51 _____ T _____ 20-20 ___________away 11/22/52 _____ L _____ 0-27 ___________ home 11/21/53 _____ T _____ 14-14 ___________away 11/20/54 _____ L _____ 18-34 __________ home 11/19/55 _____ L _____ 14-17 ___________away 11/24/56 _____ W ____ 48-8 ___________ home 11/23/57 _____ W ____ 21-13 ___________away 11/22/58 _____ W ____ 31-21 __________ home 11/21/59 _____ L _____ 19-20 __________ home 11/19/60 _____ W ____ 28-0 ____________away 11/25/61 _____ W ____ 42-21 __________ home 11/24/62 _____ L _____ 12-35 ___________away 11/21/64 _____ L _____ 0-28 ____________away 10/07/67 _____ L _____ 6-56 ____________away 10/05/68 _____ L _____ 28-51 __________ home

Ohio State (Iowa trails, 14-46-3) 11/18/22 _____ W ____ 12-9 ____________away 11/27/23 _____ W ____ 20-0 ____________away 10/14//24 ____ T _____ 0-0 ____________ home 10/24/25 _____ W ____ 15-0 ____________away 10/23/26 _____ L _____ 6-23 ___________ home 10/08/27 _____ L _____ 6-13 ____________away 11/10/28 _____ W ____ 14-7 ____________away 10/13/29 _____ L _____ 6-7 _____________away 11/24/34 _____ L _____ 7-40 ____________away 10/07/44 _____ L _____ 0-34 ____________away 10/06/45 _____ L _____ 0-42 ____________away 10/18/47 _____ T _____ 13-13 ___________away 10/09/48 _____ W ____ 14-7 ____________away 10/28/50 _____ L _____ 21-83 ___________away 10/27/51 _____ L _____ 21-47 ___________away 10/25/52 _____ W ____ 8-0 ____________ home 10/16/54 _____ L _____ 14-20 ___________away 11/12/55 _____ L _____ 10-20 ___________away 11/17/56 _____ W ____ 6-0 ____________ home 11/16/57 _____ L _____ 13-17 ___________away 11/15/58 _____ L _____ 28-38 __________ home 11/14/59 _____ W ____ 16-7 ____________away 11/12/60 _____ W ____ 35-12 __________ home 11/04/61 _____ L _____ 13-29 ___________away 11/03/62 _____ W ____ 28-14 __________ home 11/02/63 _____ L _____ 3-7 _____________away 10/31/64 _____ L _____ 19-21 __________ home 11/13/65 _____ L _____ 0-38 ____________away 11/12/66 _____ L _____ 10-14 __________ home 11/18/67 _____ L _____ 10-21 ___________away 11/16/68 _____ L _____ 27-33 __________ home 9/11/71 ______ L _____ 21-52 ___________away 9/16/72 ______ L _____ 0-21 ____________away 11/17/73 _____ L _____ 13-55 ___________away 11/16/74 _____ L _____ 10-35 __________ home 10/11/75 _____ L _____ 0-49 ____________away 10/09/76 _____ L _____ 14-34 __________ home 10/15/77 _____ L _____ 6-27 ___________ home 10/21/78 _____ L _____ 7-31 ____________away 11/10/79 _____ L _____ 7-34 ____________away 11/15/80 _____ L _____ 7-41 ___________ home 9/24/83 ______ W ____ 20-14 __________ home 9/22/84 ______ L _____ 26-45 ___________away 11/02/85 _____ L _____ 13-22 ___________away 11/01/86 _____ L _____ 10-31 __________ home 11/14/87 _____ W ____ 29-27 ___________away 11/12/88 _____ T _____ 24-24 __________ home 11/11/89 _____ L _____ 0-28 ____________away 11/10/90 _____ L _____ 26-27 __________ home 11/02/91 _____ W ____ 16-9 ____________away 10/31/92 _____ L _____ 15-38 __________ home 10/28/95 _____ L _____ 35-56 ___________away 10/26/96 _____ L _____ 26-38 __________ home 10/04/97 _____ L _____ 7-23 ____________away 11/14/98 _____ L _____ 14-45 __________ home 10/30/99 _____ L _____ 11-41 ___________away 10/21/00 _____ L _____ 10-38 __________ home 10/18/03 _____ L _____ 10-19 ___________away 10/16/04 _____ W ____ 33-7 ___________ home 9/24/05 ______ L _____ 6-31 ____________away 9/30/06 ______ L _____ 17-38 __________ home 11/14/09 _____ L _____ 24-27, OT ________away 11/20/10 _____ L _____ 17-20 __________ home Oklahoma (Iowa trails, 0-2) 9/15/79 ______ L _____ 6-21 ____________away 12/30/11 _____ L _____ 14-31 _____ Tempe, Ariz. Oklahoma State (Series tied, 1-1) 9/29/23 ______ W ____ 29-0 ___________ home 10/04/30 _____ L _____ 0-6 ____________ home

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Oregon (Iowa trails, 1-2) 10/29/49 _____ W ____ 34-31 __________ home 9/16/89 ______ L _____ 6-44 ___________ home 9/24/94 ______ L _____ 18-40 ___________away Oregon State (Iowa leads, 7-5) 10/06/56 _____ W ____ 14-13 __________ home 1/01/57 ______ W ____ 35-19 __ Pasadena, Calif. 09/24/60 _____ W ____ 22-12 __________ home 9/29/62 ______ W ____ 28-8 ___________ home 9/25/65 ______ W ____ 27-7 ____________away 9/24/66 ______ L _____ 3-17 ___________ home 9/30/67 ______ L _____ 18-38 __________ home 9/21/68 ______ W ____ 21-20 __________ home 9/20/69 ______ L _____ 14-42 __________ home 9/19/70 ______ L _____ 14-21 ___________away 9/18/71 ______ L _____ 19-33 ___________away 9/23/72 ______ W ____ 19-11 __________ home P & S (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/23/1897 ___ L _____ 0-14 ___________ home Parsons College (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/19/1895 ___ W ____ 28-0 ____________away Penn College (Iowa leads, 2-0) 11/28/1895 ___ W ____ 14-12 ___________away 10/14/1899 ___ W ____ 35-0 ___________ home Penn State (Series tied, 12-12) 11/15/30 _____ W ____ 19-0 ___________ home 9/25/71 ______ L _____ 14-44 __________ home 9/30/72 ______ L _____ 10-14 ___________away 9/29/73 ______ L _____ 8-27 ____________away 9/28/74 ______ L _____ 0-27 ___________ home 9/27/75 ______ L _____ 10-30 __________ home 9/25/76 ______ W ____ 7-6 _____________away 9/17/83 ______ W ____ 42-34 ___________away 9/15/84 ______ L _____ 17-20 __________ home 9/18/93 ______ L _____ 0-31 ___________ home 9/17/94 ______ L _____ 21-61 ___________away 10/21/95 _____ L _____ 27-41 __________ home 10/19/96 _____ W ____ 21-20 ___________away 10/09/99 _____ L _____ 7-31 ___________ home 11/04/00 _____ W ____ 26-23 (2OT) ______away 9/29/01 ______ W ____ 24-18 __________ home 9/28/02 ______ W ____ 42-35 (OT) _______away 10/25/03 _____ W ____ 26-14 __________ home 10/23/04 _____ W ____ 6-4 _____________away 10/6/07 ______ L _____ 7-27 ____________away 11/8/08 ______ W ____ 24-23 __________ home 9/26/09 ______ W ____ 21-10 ___________away 10/2/10 ______ W ____ 24-3 ___________ home 10/8/11 ______ L _____ 3-13 ____________away Pittsburgh (Iowa trails, 2-3) 10/03/31 _____ L _____ 0-20 ___________ home 10/13/51 _____ W ____ 34-17 __________ home 9/26/52 ______ L _____ 14-26 ___________away 9/20/08 ______ L _____ 20-21 ___________away 9/17/11 ______ W ____ 31-27 __________ home Purdue (Iowa trails, 34-45-3) 10/22/10 _____ W ____ 16-0 ___________ home 11/11/11 _____ W ____ 11-0 ____________away 11/06/15 _____ L _____ 13-19 ___________away 10/21/16 _____ W ____ 24-6 ___________ home 10/21/21 _____ W ____ 13-6 ____________away 10/28/22 _____ W ____ 56-0 ___________ home 10/13/23 _____ W ____ 7-0 ____________ home 11/16/29 _____ L _____ 0-7 _____________away 10/18/30 _____ L _____ 0-20 ___________ home


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 11/14/31 _____ L _____ 0-22 ____________away 11/12/32 _____ L _____ 0-18 ___________ home 11/18/33 _____ W ____ 14-6 ____________away 11/10/34 _____ L _____ 6-13 ___________ home 11/16/35 _____ L _____ 6-12 ____________away 11/14/36 _____ L _____ 0-13 ___________ home 10/30/37 _____ L _____ 0-13 ____________away 10/29/38 _____ T _____ 0-0 ____________ home 11/04/39 _____ W ____ 4-0 _____________away 11/02/40 _____ L _____ 6-21 ___________ home 10/25/41 _____ L _____ 6-7 _____________away 10/31/42 _____ W ____ 13-7 ___________ home 10/23/43 _____ L _____ 7-28 ____________away 10/21/44 _____ L _____ 7-26 ___________ home 10/13/45 _____ L _____ 0-40 ____________away 9/28/46 ______ W ____ 16-0 ___________ home 11/01/47 _____ L _____ 0-21 ____________away 10/16/48 _____ L _____ 13-20 __________ home 10/01/49 _____ W ____ 21-7 ____________away 10/21/50 _____ W ____ 33-21 __________ home 10/06/51 _____ L _____ 30-34 ___________away 10/11/52 _____ L _____ 14-41 ___________away 11/07/53 _____ W ____ 26-0 ____________away 11/06/54 _____ W ____ 25-14 __________ home 10/15/55 _____ T _____ 20-20 __________ home 10/27/56 _____ W ____ 21-20 ___________away 10/24/59 _____ L _____ 7-14 ____________away 10/22/60 _____ W ____ 21-14 __________ home 10/28/61 _____ L _____ 0-9 _____________away 10/27/62 _____ L _____ 3-26 ___________ home 10/26/63 _____ L _____ 0-14 ____________away 10/24/64 _____ L _____ 14-19 __________ home 10/09/65 _____ L _____ 14-17 __________ home 10/08/66 _____ L _____ 0-35 ____________away 10/28/67 _____ L _____ 22-41 __________ home 10/26/68 _____ L _____ 15-44 ___________away 10/18/69 _____ L _____ 31-35 ___________away 10/17/70 _____ L _____ 3-24 ___________ home 10/02/71 _____ L _____ 13-45 ___________away 10/07/72 _____ L _____ 0-24 ___________ home 11/03/73 _____ L _____ 23-48 __________ home 11/02/74 _____ L _____ 14-38 ___________away 11/15/75 _____ L _____ 18-19 ___________away 11/13/76 _____ L _____ 0-21 ___________ home 10/22/77 _____ L _____ 21-34 ___________away 10/28/78 _____ L _____ 7-34 ___________ home 11/03/79 _____ L _____ 14-20 __________ home 11/08/80 _____ L _____ 13-58 ___________away 11/07/81 _____ W ____ 33-7 ___________ home 11/06/82 _____ L _____ 7-16 ____________away 10/15/83 _____ W ____ 31-14 __________ home 10/13/84 _____ W ____ 40-3 ____________away 11/16/85 _____ W ____ 27-24 ___________away 11/15/86 _____ W ____ 42-14 __________ home 10/24/87 _____ W ____ 38-14 __________ home 10/22/88 _____ W ____ 31-7 ____________away 11/18/89 _____ W ____ 24-0 ____________away 11/17/90 _____ W ____ 38-9 ___________ home 10/25/91 _____ W ____ 31-21 ___________away 10/24/92 _____ L _____ 16-27 __________ home 10/30/93 _____ W ____ 26-17 __________ home 10/29/94 _____ T _____ 21-21 ___________away 11/01/97 _____ W ____ 35-17 __________ home 10/31/98 _____ L _____ 14-36 ___________away 10/06/01 _____ L _____ 14-23 ___________away 10/05/02 _____ W ____ 31-28 __________ home 11/08/03 _____ L _____ 14-27 ___________away 11/06/04 _____ W ____ 23-21 __________ home 10/08/05 _____ W ____ 34-17 ___________away 10/07/06 _____ W ____ 47-17 __________ home 10/20/07 _____ L _____ 6-31 ____________away 11/15/08 _____ W ____ 22-17 __________ home 11/19/11 _____ W ____ 31-21 ___________away

Ripon College (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/20/28 _____ W ____ 61-6 ___________ home

Texas-El Paso (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/27/86 ______ W ____ 69-7 ___________ home

Rush College (Series tied, 1-1) 10/29/1898 ___ L _____ 11-15 ___________away 10/21/1899 ___ W ____ 17-0 ___________ home

Texas Christian (Iowa leads, 2-1) 9/27/58 ______ W ____ 17-0 ___________ home 9/23/67 ______ W ____ 24-9 ___________ home 9/28/68 ______ L _____ 17-28 ___________away

St. Louis (Iowa leads, 2-1) 11/30/05 _____ W ____ 31-0 ____________away 11/29/06 _____ L _____ 0-39 ____________away 10/10/25 _____ W ____ 41-0 ___________ home San Diego State (Iowa leads, 1-0) 12/30/86 _____ W ____ 39-38 __ San Diego, Calif. Simpson College (Iowa leads, 4-0) 11/17/1898 ___ W ____ 12-0 ___________ home 10/12/1900 ___ W ____ 47-0 ___________ home 10/18/02 _____ W ____ 10-0 ____________away 11/06/03 _____ W ____ 35-2 ___________ home South Carolina (Iowa leads, 1-0) 1/1/09 _______ W ____ 31-10 ______ Tampa, Fla. South Dakota (Iowa leads, 8-0) 11/10/17 _____ W ____ 35-0 ___________ 11/01/19 _____ W ____ 26-13 __________ 11/03/28 _____ W ____ 19-0 ___________ 9/29/34 ______ W ____ 34-0 ___________ 10/05/35 _____ W ____ 47-2 ___________ 10/10/36 _____ W ____ 33-7 ___________ 9/30/39 ______ W ____ 41-0 ___________ 10/05/40 _____ W ____ 46-0 ___________

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Texas Tech (Iowa leads, 2-0) 12/29/96 _____ W ____ 27-0 _San Antonio, Texas 12/29/01 _____ W ____ 19-16 San Antonio, Texas Tulsa (Iowa leads, 3-1) 9/30/89 ______ W ____ 30-22 9/04/93 ______ W ____ 26-25 9/21/96 ______ L _____ 20-27 9/13/97 ______ W ____ 54-16

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UCLA (Iowa trails, 3-6) 9/23/38 ______ L _____ 3-27 ____________away 9/26/47 ______ L _____ 7-22 ____________away 9/24/49 ______ L _____ 25-41 __________ home 10/21/55 _____ L _____ 13-33 ___________away 9/22/73 ______ L _____ 18-55 ___________away 9/21/74 ______ W ____ 21-10 __________ home *10/01/77 ____ L _____ 16-34 ___________away 9/26/81 ______ W ____ 20-7 ___________ home 1/01/85 ______ L _____ 28-45 __ Pasadena, Calif. * - - Iowa was awarded a forfeit Upper Iowa (Iowa leads, 2-0) 10/22/1898 ___ W ____ 23-5 ___________ home 9/28/1900 ____ W ____ 57-0 ___________ home

Southeast Oklahoma (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/04/24 _____ W ____ 43-0 ___________ home

Utah (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/07/78 _____ L _____ 9-13 ___________ home

Southern Cal (Iowa trails, 2-7) 11/21/25 _____ L _____ 0-18 ____________away 9/29/50 ______ W ____ 20-14 ___________away 10/07/61 _____ W ____ 35-34 ___________away 10/06/62 _____ L _____ 0-7 ____________ home 9/26/70 ______ L _____ 0-48 ___________ home 10/05/74 _____ L _____ 3-41 ____________away 10/04/75 _____ L _____ 16-27 __________ home 10/02/76 _____ L _____ 0-55 ____________away 1/02/03 ______ L _____ 17-38 ______ Miami, Fla.

Utah State (Iowa leads, 2-0) 9/28/57 ______ W ____ 70-14 __________ home 9/21/02 ______ W ____ 48-7 ___________ home

Syracuse (Iowa leads, 3-1) 9/20/75 ______ L _____ 7-10 ____________away 9/18/76 ______ W ____ 41-3 ___________ home 9/9/06 _______ W ____ 20-13 (2 OT) ______away 9/8/07 _______ W ____ 35-0 ___________ home Temple (Iowa leads, 1-0) 11/21/36 _____ W ____ 25-0 ____________away Tennessee (Series tied, 1-1) 12/31/82 _____ W ____ 28-22 _____ Atlanta, Ga. 8/30/87 ______ L _____ 22-23 East Rutherford, N.J. Tennessee Tech (Iowa leads, 1-0) 9/3/11 _______ W ____ 34-7 ___________ home Texas (Series, tied, 1-1) 12/26/84 _____ W ____ 55-17 ___Anaheim, Calif. 12/30/06 _____ L _____ 24-26 San Antonio, Calif. Texas A&M (Iowa trails, 0-1) 10/10/31 _____ L _____ 0-29 ____________away

Wabash College (Iowa leads, 2-0) 10/31/25 _____ W ____ 28-7 ___________ home 10/15/27 _____ W ____ 38-0 ___________ home Washington (Series tied, 3-3) 9/25/37 ______ L _____ 0-14 ____________away 10/05/63 _____ W ____ 17-7 ____________away 10/03/64 _____ W ____ 28-18 __________ home 1/01/81 ______ L _____ 0-28 ___ Pasadena, Calif. 1/01/90 ______ L _____ 34-46 __ Pasadena, Calif. 12/29/95 _____ W ____ 38-18 ____ El Paso, Texas Washington State (Iowa leads, 3-1-1) 10/03/53 _____ W ____ 54-12 __________ 10/05/57 _____ W ____ 20-13 __________ 9/28/63 ______ T _____ 14-14 __________ 9/18/65 ______ L _____ 0-7 ____________ 9/27/69 ______ W ____ 61-35 __________

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Washington, MO (Iowa leads, 4-0) 11/15/02 _____ W ____ 61-0 ____________away 11/26/03 _____ W ____ 12-2 ____________away 11/19/10 _____ W ____ 38-0 ____________away 9/19/42 ______ W ____ 26-7 ___________ home Western Michigan (Iowa trails, 0-2) 9/09/00 ______ L _____ 21-27 __________ home 11/17/07 _____ L _____ 19-28 __________ home

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Wilton (Iowa leads, 2-0) 11/04/1896 ___ W ____ 27-0 ___________ home 10/02/1897 ___ W ____ 22-4 ___________ home Wisconsin (Series tied, 42-42-2) 10/29/1894 ___ L _____ 0-44 ____________away 11/03/1906 ___ L _____ 4-18 ____________away 11/02/07 _____ L _____ 5-6 ____________ home 11/23/11 _____ L _____ 0-12 ____________away 11/04/12 _____ L _____ 10-28 __________ home 11/27/17 _____ L _____ 0-20 ____________away 11/15/24 _____ W ____ 21-7 ____________away 11/07/25 _____ L _____ 0-6 ____________ home 11/13/26 _____ L _____ 10-20 ___________away 11/12/27 _____ W ____ 16-0 ____________away 11/17/28 _____ L _____ 0-13 ___________ home 10/26/29 _____ W ____ 14-0 ____________away 10/08/32 _____ L _____ 0-34 ____________away 10/21/33 _____ W ____ 26-7 ___________ home 10/16/37 _____ L _____ 6-13 ____________away 10/08/38 _____ L _____ 13-31 __________ home 10/28/39 _____ W ____ 19-13 ___________away 10/12/40 _____ W ____ 30-12 __________ home 10/18/41 _____ L _____ 0-23 ____________away 10/07/42 _____ W ____ 6-0 ____________ home 10/02/43 _____ L _____ 5-7 ____________ home 11/11/44 _____ L _____ 7-26 ____________away 11/03/45 _____ L _____ 7-27 ___________ home 11/09/46 _____ W ____ 21-7 ____________away 11/08/47 _____ L _____ 14-46 ___________away 10/30/48 _____ W ____ 19-13 __________ home 11/12/49 _____ L _____ 13-35 ___________away 10/14/50 _____ L _____ 0-14 ___________ home 11/17/51 _____ L _____ 7-34 ____________away 10/18/52 _____ L _____ 13-42 __________ home 10/31/53 _____ L _____ 6-10 ____________away 10/30/54 _____ W ____ 13-7 ___________ home 10/01/55 _____ L _____ 14-37 ___________away

10/13/56 _____ W ____ 13-7 ___________ home 10/19/57 _____ W ____ 21-7 ___________ home 10/18/58 _____ W ____ 20-9 ____________away 10/17/59 _____ L _____ 16-25 ___________away 10/15/60 _____ W ____ 28-21 __________ home 10/21/61 _____ W ____ 47-15 __________ home 10/20/62 _____ L _____ 14-42 ___________away 10/19/63 _____ L _____ 7-10 ___________ home 10/17/64 _____ L _____ 21-31 ___________away 10/02/65 _____ L _____ 13-16 ___________away 10/01/66 _____ L _____ 0-7 ____________ home 10/21/67 _____ T _____ 21-21 ___________away 10/19/68 _____ W ____ 41-0 ___________ home 10/11/69 _____ L _____ 17-23 ___________away 10/10/70 _____ W ____ 24-14 __________ home 10/30/71 _____ W ____ 20-16 __________ home 11/04/72 _____ L _____ 14-16 ___________away 11/10/73 _____ L _____ 7-35 ____________away 11/09/74 _____ L _____ 15-28 __________ home 11/08/75 _____ W ____ 45-28 __________ home 11/06/76 _____ L _____ 21-38 ___________away 11/12/77 _____ W ____ 24-8 ____________away 11/18/78 _____ W ____ 38-24 __________ home 10/27/79 _____ W ____ 24-13 ___________away 11/01/80 _____ W ____ 22-13 __________ home 11/14/81 _____ W ____ 17-7 ____________away 11/13/82 _____ W ____ 28-14 __________ home 11/05/83 _____ W ____ 34-14 ___________away 11/03/84 _____ T _____ 10-10 __________ home 10/12/85 _____ W ____ 23-13 ___________away 10/11/86 _____ W ____ 17-6 ___________ home 10/10/87 _____ W ____ 31-10 ___________away 10/08/88 _____ W ____ 31-6 ___________ home 10/14/89 _____ W ____ 31-24 ___________away 10/13/90 _____ W ____ 30-10 __________ home 10/12/91 _____ W ____ 10-6 ____________away 10/10/92 _____ W ____ 23-22 __________ home 11/18/95 _____ W ____ 33-20 ___________away 11/16/96 _____ W ____ 31-0 ___________ home

11/08/97 _____ L _____ 10-13 ___________away 10/24/98 _____ L _____ 0-31 ___________ home 11/13/99 _____ L _____ 3-41 ____________away 10/28/00 _____ L _____ 7-13 ___________ home 11/03/01 _____ L _____ 28-34 ___________away 11/02/02 _____ W ____ 20-3 ___________ home 11/22/03 _____ W ____ 27-21 ___________away 11/20/04 _____ W ____ 30-7 ___________ home 11/12/05 _____ W ____ 20-10 ___________away 11/11/06 _____ L _____ 21-24 __________ home 9/22/07 ______ L _____ 13-17 ___________away 10/18/08 _____ W ____ 38-16 __________ home 10/17/09 _____ W ____ 20-10 ___________away 10/23/10 _____ L _____ 30-31 __________ home Wyoming (Iowa leads, 2-0) 10/17/53 _____ W ____ 21-7 ___________ home 12/30/87 _____ W ____ 20-19 __ San Diego, Calif. Yale (Iowa leads, 1-0) 10/14/22 _____ W ____ 6-0 _____________away

Iowa Records vs. Major Conferences Atlantic Coast _________ W-L-T Georgia Tech ___________ 1-0-0 Miami, FL______________ 0-4-0 North Carolina State _____ 0-3-0 Totals (.125) ___________ 1-7-0 Big East ______________ W-L-T Cincinnati _____________ 1-0-0 Pittsburgh _____________ 2-3-0 Syracuse ______________ 3-1-0 Totals (.600) ___________ 6-4-0 Big Sky _______________ W-L-T Montana ______________ 1-0-0 Totals (1.000) __________ 1-0-0 Big Ten _______________ W-L-T Illinois _______________ 29-38-2 Indiana ______________ 42-27-4 Michigan _____________ 13-40-4 Michigan State ________ 22-19-2 Minnesota ____________ 42-61-2 Nebraska _____________ 12-27-3 Northwestern _________ 47-23-3 Ohio State ____________ 14-46-3 Penn State ____________ 12-12-0 Purdue_______________ 34-45-3 Wisconsin ____________ 42-42-2 Totals (.450) ________ 309-380-28

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Big 12 ________________ W-L-T Iowa State ____________ 39-20-0 Kansas ________________ 4-6-0 Kansas State ___________ 5-1-0 Oklahoma _____________ 0-2-0 Oklahoma State ________ 1-1-0 Texas _________________ 1-1-0 Texas Christian _________ 2-1-0 Texas Tech _____________ 2-0-0 Totals (.628) __________ 54-32-0 Conference USA _______ W-L-T Tulsa _________________ 3-1-0 Totals (.750) ___________ 3-1-0 Mid-American _________ W-L-T Akron ________________ 1-0-0 Ball State ______________ 2-0-0 Buffalo ________________ 1-0-0 Central Michigan _______ 2-0-0 Kent State _____________ 2-0-0 Miami, OH _____________ 3-0-0 Northern Illinois ________ 7-0-0 Western Michigan ______ 0-2-0 Totals (.900) __________ 18-2-0

Pacific-12 _____________ W-L-T Arizona _______________ 5-6-0 Arizona State __________ 1-2-0 California ______________ 3-1-0 Colorado ______________ 0-2-0 Oregon _______________ 1-2-0 Oregon State___________ 7-5-0 Southern California _____ 2-7-0 UCLA _________________ 3-6-0 Utah _________________ 0-1-0 Washington ___________ 3-3-0 Washington State _______ 3-1-1 Totals (.438) __________ 28-36-1 Southeastern__________ W-L-T Arkansas ______________ 1-0-0 Florida ________________ 1-2-0 Louisiana State _________ 1-0-0 Missouri_______________ 6-7-0 South Carolina _________ 1-0-0 Tennessee _____________ 1-1-0 Texas A&M_____________ 0-1-0 Totals (.500) __________ 11-11-0

Mountain West ________ W-L-T Air Force ______________ 0-0-1 Hawaii ________________ 3-1-0 San Diego State ________ 1-0-0 Wyoming _____________ 2-0-0 Totals (.857) ___________ 6-1-1 Western Athletic _______ W-L-T Idaho _________________ 1-0-0 New Mexico State _______ 1-0-0 Utah State _____________ 2-0-0 Totals (1.000) __________ 4-0-0 Independents _________ W-L-T Notre Dame ___________8-13-3 Temple _______________ 1-0-0 Brigham Young _________ 0-0-1 Marquette _____________ 1-1-0 Saint Louis_____________ 2-1-0 Texas-El Paso ___________ 1-0-0 Totals (.464) __________ 13-15-4


DAY-BY-DAY RESULTS 9/1 (2-0)

10/20 (6-9)

11/10 (7-7)

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1894 1906 1917 1928 1934 1945 1956 1962 1973 1979 1984 1990 2001 2007

9/8 (3-1) 1979 1984 2001 2007

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Indiana _________ L ______ 26-30 Iowa State _______ W _____ 59-21 Miami (OH) ______ W _____ 44-19 Syracuse ________ W ______ 35-0

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Michigan________ L _______ 7-31 Oklahoma _______ L _______ 6-21 Penn State ______ L ______ 17-20 Cincinnati _______ W _____ 63-10 Iowa State _______ L ______ 13-15

9/22 (1-4) 1973 UCLA ___________ L ______ 18-55 1979 * Nebraska________ L ______ 21-24 1984 Ohio State _______ L ______ 26-45 1990 * Iowa State _______ W _____ 45-35 2007 Wisconsin _______ L ______ 13-17

9/29 (10-3) 1923 1934 1945 1950 1951 1956 1962 1973 1979 1984 1990 2001 2007

* Oklahoma ______ W ______ 20-0 * South Dakota ____ W ______ 34-0 * Berg AAF ________ W _____ 14-13 Southern Cal_____ W _____ 20-14 * Kansas State _____ W ______ 16-0 Indiana _________ W ______ 27-0 * Oregon State ____ W ______ 28-8 Penn State ______ L _______ 8-27 * Iowa State _______ W _____ 30-14 * Illinois __________ W _____ 21-16 Miami (FL) _______ L ______ 21-48 * Penn State ______ W _____ 24-18 * Indiana _________ L ______ 20-38

10/13 (11-5) 1894 1990 1917 1923 1928 1934 1945 1951 1956 1962 1973 1979 1984 1990 2001 2007

* Cornell _________ W ______ 60-0 * Simpson ________ W ______ 47-0 Nebraska________ L _______ 0-47 * Purdue _________ W _______ 7-0 Chicago_________ W ______ 13-0 Nebraska________ L ______ 13-14 Purdue _________ L _______ 0-40 * Pittsburgh _______ W _____ 34-17 * Wisconsin _______ W ______ 13-7 Indiana _________ W _____ 14-10 Northwestern ____ L ______ 15-31 Northwestern ____ W ______ 58-6 Purdue _________ W ______ 40-3 Wisconsin _______ W _____ 30-10 Michigan State ___ L ______ 28-31 * Illinois __________ W ______ 10-6

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Augustana ______ W ______ 34-0 Grinnell _________ L _______ 0-10 Illinois __________ L ________ 6-9 Ripon __________ W ______ 61-6 Iowa State _______ L _______ 6-31 Indiana _________ L ______ 20-52 Michigan________ L _______ 0-21 Hawaii __________ W ______ 34-0 Wisconsin _______ L ______ 14-42 Minnesota ______ L ______ 23-31 Minnesota ______ L _______ 7-24 Michigan________ W ______ 26-0 Michigan________ W _____ 24-23 Indiana _________ W _____ 42-28 Purdue _________ L _______ 6-31

* Grinnell _________ W _______ 6-0 * Coe ____________ W _____ 15-12 * South Dakota ____ W ______ 35-0 Ohio State _______ W ______ 14-7 * Purdue _________ L _______ 6-13 Illinois __________ L ______ 13-40 Minnesota ______ W _______ 7-0 Minnesota ______ L _______ 0-10 Wisconsin _______ L _______ 7-35 Ohio State _______ L _______ 7-34 * Michigan State ___ L ______ 16-17 * Ohio State _______ L ______ 26-27 Northwestern ____ W _____ 59-16 * Minnesota ______ W _____ 21-16

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Chicago_________ T ______ 18-18 Missouri ________ W ______ 26-4 Wisconsin _______ L _______ 0-20 Ohio State _______ W ______ 20-0 Minnesota (h) ____ W _______ 7-6 Minnesota (h) ____ L ______ 12-48 Notre Dame _____ L _______ 0-56 Ohio State _______ L ______ 21-47 Purdue _________ W _____ 21-20 Purdue (h) _______ L _______ 3-26 Illinois __________ L _______ 0-50 Wisconsin _______ W _____ 24-13 Indiana _________ W _____ 24-20 Northwestern (h) _ W _____ 56-14 Michigan________ L ______ 26-32 Michigan State ___ W 27-20 (2 OT)

11/3 (5-6-3) 1894 1917 1923 1928 1934 1945 1951 1956 1962 1973 1979 1984 1990 2007

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Kansas__________ W _____ 14-12 Great Lakes ______ L ______ 14-23 Michigan State ___ L ________ 3-9 South Dakota ____ W ______ 19-0 Indiana _________ T ________ 0-0 Wisconsin _______ L _______ 7-27 Minnesota ______ T ______ 20-20 Michigan _______ L ______ 14-17 Ohio State _______ W _____ 28-14 Purdue _________ L ______ 23-48 Purdue _________ L ______ 14-20 Wisconsin _______ T ______ 10-10 Illinois __________ W _____ 54-28 Northwestern ____ W _____ 28-17

1898 1900 1917 1923 1928 1945 1951 1956 1962 1973 1979 1984 1990 2001 2007

* Simpson ________ W ______ 12-0 * Grinnell _________ W ______ 63-2 Northwestern ____ L ______ 14-25 Minnesota ______ W ______ 7-20 * Wisconsin _______ L _______ 0-13 * Minnesota ______ W _____ 20-19 Wisconsin _______ L _______ 7-34 * Ohio State _______ W _______ 6-0 * Michigan________ W _____ 28-14 Ohio State _______ L ______ 13-55 * Michigan State ___ W _____ 33-23 Minnesota ______ L ______ 17-23 * Purdue _________ W ______ 38-9 * Minnesota ______ W _____ 42-24 * Western Michigan L ______ 19-28

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HOMECOMING RESULTS Date _______________Opponent __________Result Nov. 23, 1912 ________Wisconsin ___________L, 10-28 Nov. 15, 1913 ________Iowa State ___________W, 45-7 Oct. 24, 1914 _________Minnesota ___________L, 0-7 Nov. 13, 1915 ________Iowa State ___________L, 0-16 Nov. 25, 1916 ________Nebraska ____________L, 17-34 Nov. 24, 1917 ________Iowa State ___________W, 6-3 Nov. 2, 1918 _________Minnesota ___________W, 6-0 Nov. 22, 1919 ________Iowa State ___________W, 10-0 Nov. 13, 1920 ________Minnesota ___________W, 28-7 Oct. 15, 1921 _________Illinois ______________W, 14-2 Nov. 11, 1922 ________Minnesota ___________W, 28-14 Oct. 20, 1923 _________Illinois ______________L, 6-9 Oct. 25, 1924 _________Minnesota ___________W, 13-0 Oct. 17, 1925 _________Illinois ______________W, 12-10 Nov. 6, 1926 _________Minnesota ___________L, 0-41 Nov. 5, 1927 _________Illinois ______________L, 0-14 Oct. 27, 1928 _________Minnesota ___________W, 7-6 Oct. 20, 1929 _________Illinois ______________T, 7-7 Nov. 15, 1930 ________Penn State ___________W, 19-0 Oct. 17, 1931 _________Indiana _____________T, 0-0 Oct. 22, 1932 _________Minnesota ___________L, 6-21 Oct. 21, 1933 _________Wisconsin ___________W, 26-7 Oct. 28, 1934 _________Minnesota ___________L, 12-48 Nov. 9, 1935 _________Minnesota ___________L, 6-13 Oct. 17, 1936 _________Illinois ______________T, 0-0 Nov. 6, 1937 _________Minnesota ___________L, 10-35 Oct. 8, 1938 __________Wisconsin ___________L, 13-31 Nov. 18, 1939 ________Minnesota ___________W, 13-9 Nov. 2, 1940 _________Purdue______________L, 6-21 Nov. 1, 1941 _________Indiana _____________W, 13-7 Nov. 7, 1942 _________Wisconsin ___________W, 6-0 Nov. 6, 1943 _________Illinois ______________L, 10-19 Oct. 21, 1944 _________Purdue______________L, 7-26 Nov. 3, 1945 _________Wisconsin ___________L, 7-27 Nov. 2, 1946 _________Illinois ______________L, 0-7 Oct. 11, 1947 _________Indiana _____________W, 27-14 Oct. 16, 1948 _________Purdue______________L, 13-20 Oct. 15, 1949 _________Indiana _____________W, 35-9 Oct. 21, 1950 _________Purdue______________W, 33-21 Oct. 20, 1951 _________Michigan ____________L, 0-21 Oct. 25, 1952 _________Ohio State ___________W, 8-0 Oct. 24, 1953 _________Indiana _____________W, 19-13 Nov. 6, 1954 _________Purdue______________W, 25-14 Oct. 15, 1955 _________Purdue______________T, 20-20 Nov. 3, 1956 _________Michigan ____________L, 14-17 Oct. 19, 1957 _________Wisconsin ___________W, 21-7 Oct. 25, 1958 _________Northwestern ________W, 26-20 Oct. 10, 1959 _________Michigan State _______W, 37-8 Oct. 22, 1960 _________Purdue______________W, 21-14 Oct. 21, 1961 _________Wisconsin ___________W, 47-15 Oct. 27, 1962 _________Purdue______________L, 3-26 Oct. 12, 1963 _________Indiana _____________W, 37-26 Oct. 24, 1964 _________Purdue______________L, 14-19 Oct. 9, 1965 __________Purdue______________L, 14-7 Oct. 22, 1966 _________Northwestern ________L, 15-24 Oct. 28, 1967 _________Purdue______________L, 22-41 Oct. 12, 1968 _________Indiana _____________L, 34-38 Oct. 25, 1969 _________Michigan State _______W, 19-18 Oct. 17, 1970 _________Purdue______________L, 3-24 Oct. 9, 1971 __________Northwestern ________L, 3-28 Oct. 28, 1972 _________Michigan State _______T, 6-6

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Date _______________Opponent __________Result Oct. 20, 1973 _________Minnesota ___________L, 23-31 Oct. 12, 1974 _________Northwestern ________W, 35-10 Oct. 25, 1975 _________Minnesota ___________L, 7-31 Oct. 16, 1976 _________Indiana _____________L, 7-14 Oct. 15, 1977 _________Ohio State ___________L, 6-27 Oct. 28, 1978 _________Purdue______________L, 7-34 Oct. 20, 1979 _________Minnesota ___________L, 7-24 Oct. 18, 1980 _________Northwestern ________W, 25-3 Oct. 10, 1981 _________Indiana _____________W, 42-28 Oct. 2, 1982 __________Northwestern ________W, 45-7 Oct. 8, 1983 __________Northwestern ________W, 61-21 Sept. 29, 1984 ________Illinois ______________W, 21-16 Oct. 5, 1985 __________Michigan State _______W, 35-31 Oct. 11, 1986 _________Wisconsin ___________W, 17-6 Oct. 24, 1987 _________Purdue______________W, 38-14 Oct. 8, 1988 __________Wisconsin ___________W, 31-6 Oct. 21, 1989 _________Michigan ____________L, 12-26 Oct. 27, 1990 _________Northwestern ________W, 56-14 Oct. 19, 1991 _________Illinois ______________W, 24-21 Oct. 24, 1992 _________Purdue______________L, 16-27 Oct. 16, 1993 _________Illinois ______________L, 3-49 Oct. 8, 1994 __________Indiana _____________L, 20-27 Oct. 14, 1995 _________Indiana _____________W, 22-13 Oct. 5, 1996 __________Michigan State _______W, 37-30 Oct. 25, 1997 _________Indiana _____________W, 62-0 Oct. 10, 1998 _________Northwestern ________W, 26-24 Oct. 23, 1999 _________Indiana _____________L, 31-38 Oct. 7, 2000 __________Michigan State _______W, 21-16 Sept. 29, 2001 ________Penn State ___________W, 24-18 Oct. 5, 2002 __________Purdue______________W, 31-28 Oct. 4, 2003 __________Michigan ____________W, 30-27 Oct. 2, 2004 __________Michigan State _______W, 38-16 Oct. 1, 2005 __________Illinois ______________W, 35-7 Oct. 7, 2006 __________Purdue______________W, 47-17 Sept. 29, 2007 ________Indiana _____________L, 20-38 Sept. 27, 2008 ________Northwestern ________L, 17-22 Oct. 10, 2009 _________Michigan ____________W, 30-28 Oct. 2, 2010 __________Penn State ___________W, 24-3 Oct. 22, 2011 _________Indiana _____________W, 45-24 Totals __________________________________54-41-5

Homecoming Record vs. All Opponents Opponent _______________________________ W-L-T Illinois ___________________________________ 5-5-2 Indiana __________________________________ 9-5-1 Iowa State ________________________________ 3-1-0 Michigan _________________________________ 2-3-0 Michigan State ____________________________ 6-0-1 Minnesota ________________________________ 6-9-0 Nebraska _________________________________ 0-1-0 Northwestern _____________________________ 7-3-0 Ohio State ________________________________ 1-1-0 Penn State ________________________________ 3-0-0 Purdue___________________________________ 6-10-1 Wisconsin ________________________________ 6-3-0 Totals __________________________________ 54-41-5


IOWA BOWL HISTORY 1957 Rose Bowl

1959 Rose Bowl

Iowa -- 35, Oregon State -- 19 Jan. 1, 1957, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Iowa -- 38, California -- 12 Jan. 1, 1959, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Iowa ____________ 14 ______ 7 ______ 7 ______ 7 ______ 35 Oregon State ____ 0 ______ 6 ______ 6 ______ 7 ______ 19

Iowa ____________ 7 ______ 13 ______ 12 ______ 6 ______ 38 California _______ 0 ______ 0 ______ 6 ______ 6 ______ 12

GAME RECAP Switching from the mighty defensive role they played all season (which included four shutouts), Iowa put on a great offensive show to defeat Oregon State 35-19 in the 43rd Rose Bowl. It was the school’s first bowl appearance. Iowa assumed an early lead on game MVP Kenny Ploen’s 49-yard run. Ploen also completed 9-of-10 passes. Collins Hagler scored two TDs and totaled a game-best 85 rushing yards. Iowa played Oregon State during the regular season and had also won that encounter, 14-13. The Rose Bowl win was the Big Ten’s 10th win in 11 games against its west coast opponents. Over 15,000 Hawkeye fans attended the game.

GAME RECAP Bob Jeter ran for 194 yards on nine carries, earned Player-of-the-Game honors and led Iowa to a 38-12 win over California in the 45th Rose Bowl. Over 18,000 Iowa fans made the trip to Pasadena. Head Coach Forest Evashevski had to get out of his sickbed to lead Iowa to its second Rose Bowl win in three years. Willie Fleming tallied twice for the winners. Fleming had 85 yards (nine attempts) on the ground. The Hawkeyes set Rose Bowl records for total offense (516) and rushing offense (429). Jeter’s 21.6 yards per carry average and his 81-yard TD run were Rose Bowl records. SCORING SUMMARY IA -- Duncan 2-yard run (Prescott kick) IA -- Langston 7-yard pass from Duncan (Prescott kick) IA -- Horn 4-yard run (kick failed) CAL -- Hart 1-yard run (pass failed) IA -- Fleming 37-yard run (pass failed) IA -- Jeter 81-yard run (pass failed) IA -- Fleming 7-yard run (pass failed) CAL -- Hart 17-yard pass from Kapp (run failed)

SCORING SUMMARY IA -- Ploen 49-yard run (Prescott kick) IA -- Hagler 9-yard run (Prescott kick) OSU -- Berry 3-yard run (kick failed) IA -- Happel 5-yard run (Prescott kick) IA -- Hagler 66-yard run (Prescott kick) OSU -- Beamer 1-yard run (kick failed) IA -- Gibbons 16-yard pass from Ploen (Prescott kick) OSU -- Hammack 35-yard pass from Francis (Beamer run)

Attendance: 98,297 Attendance: 97,126 IOWA__________________ TEAM STATISTICS ___________________OSU 16 _______________________ First Downs _______________________ 16 48-301 ____________________Rushes-yards____________________ 46-166 107 _____________________ Passing yards _____________________ 130 11-15-1 _____________________ Passes _____________________ 10-14-0 63-408 ____________________Total offense ____________________ 60-296 2-36 _____________________ Punts-average _____________________ 3-35 3-3 _______________________Fumbles-lost _______________________ 4-3 5-50 _____________________ Penalties-yards _____________________ 6-60 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Hagler 10-85, Dobrino 4-64, Ploen 8-59 OSU: Francis 15-73, Beamer 7-31

Iowa __________________ TEAM STATISTICS ___________________ CAL 24 _______________________ First Downs _______________________ 20 55-429 ____________________Rushes-yards____________________ 53-214 87 ______________________ Passing yards _____________________ 130 9-14-0 ______________________ Passes ______________________ 9-20-2 72-516 ____________________Total offense ____________________ 78-344 3-41 _____________________ Punts-average _____________________ 5-37 3-1 _______________________Fumbles-lost _______________________ 2-2 5-55 _____________________ Penalties-yards _____________________ 5-35 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Jeter 9-194, Fleming 9-85, Gravel 3-45, Nocera 9-37 CAL: Olguin 9-62, Patton 9-45, Kapp 10-34 PASSING IOWA: Duncan 5-7-0-50, Ogiego 4-5-0-37 CAL: Kapp 8-17-1-126

PASSING IOWA: Ploen 9-10-0-83 OSU: Francis 10-12-0-130

RECEIVING IOWA: Prescott 3-31 CAL: Hart 4-61, Garvin 1-31

RECEIVING IOWA: Gibbons 5-61, Harris 2-21 OSU: Hammack 4-65, Beamer 2-31

Iowa Bowl Results Won 14, Lost 11, Tied 1 Bowl:___________ 2011 Insight: _____ 2010 Insight: _____ 2010 Orange: ____ 2009 Outback: ___ 2006 Alamo: _____ 2006 Outback: ___ 2005 Capital One: _ 2004 Outback: ___ 2003 Orange: ____

Score Oklahoma, 31, Iowa 14 Iowa 27, Missouri 24 Iowa 24, Georgia Tech 14 Iowa 31, South Carolina 10 Texas 26, Iowa 24 Florida 31, Iowa 24 Iowa 30, LSU 25 Iowa 37, Florida 17 USC 38, Iowa 17

Bowl:___________ 2001 Alamo: _____ 1997 Sun: _______ 1996 Alamo: _____ 1995 Sun: _______ 1993 Alamo: _____ 1991 Holiday: ____ 1991 Rose: _______ 1988 Peach: ______ 1987 Holiday: ____

Score Iowa 19, Texas Tech 16 Arizona State 17, Iowa 7 Iowa 27, Texas Tech 0 Iowa 38, Washington 18 California 37, Iowa 3 Iowa 13, Brigham Young 13 Washington 46, Iowa 34 N.C. State 28, Iowa 23 Iowa 20, Wyoming 19

Bowl:___________ 1986 Holiday: ____ 1986 Rose: _______ 1984 Freedom: ___ 1983 Gator: ______ 1982 Peach: ______ 1982 Rose: _______ 1959 Rose: _______ 1957 Rose: _______

Score Iowa 39, San Diego State 38 UCLA 45, Iowa 28 Iowa 55, Texas 17 Florida 14, Iowa 6 Iowa 28, Tennessee 22 Washington 28, Iowa 0 Iowa 38, California 12 Iowa 35, Oregon State 19

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IOWA BOWL HISTORY 1982 Rose Bowl

1982 Peach Bowl

Washington -- 28, Iowa -- 0 Jan. 1, 1982, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Iowa -- 28, Tennessee -- 22 Dec. 31, 1982, Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.

Washington _______ 0 _______ 13 _______ 0 _______ 15 _______ 28 Iowa _____________ 0 ________0 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 0

Iowa _____________ 0 _______ 21 _______ 7 ________ 0 _______ 28 Tennessee ________ 7 ________0 _______12 _______ 3 _______ 22

GAME RECAP Washington’s Jacque Robinson rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns as the Huskies blanked Iowa 28-0 in the 68th Rose Bowl game. One of the key plays was late in the first half when Iowa tried to convert a fourth-and-seven situation at Washington’s 40-yard line. Pete Gales’ pass was incomplete, and the Huskies moved the ball downfield and scored with 0:19 left for a 13-0 halftime lead. Iowa’s offense turned the ball over five times while Washington had just one turnover. The game marked the third bowl game in school history and the first in 23 years.

GAME RECAP A brilliant passing performance by Chuck Long led the Hawkeyes to a 28-22 Peach Bowl win over Tennessee. Long completed 14 of 17 first half passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns. Iowa led 21-7 at the intermission. Long had 304 yards passing and 306 yards total offense, both Peach Bowl records. Dave Moritz tied the bowl game record with eight receptions, all in the first half. Nineteen Peach Bowl records were tied or broken. Iowa WR Ronnie Harmon had a pair of TD receptions. The Peach Bowl was the first non-Rose Bowl postseason game in school history.

SCORING SUMMARY W -- Robinson 1-yard run (Nelson kick) W -- Coty 1-yard run (pass failed) W -- Robinson 34-yard run (Skansi pass from Pelleur) W -- Cowan 3-yard run (Nelson kick)

SCORING SUMMARY TN -- Cockrell 6-yard run (Reveiz kick) IA -- Moritz 57-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Harmon 18-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Harmon 8-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) TN -- Coleman 10-yard run (kick failed) IA -- Phillips 2-yard run (Nichol kick) TN -- Gault 19-yard pass from Cockrell (pass failed) TN -- Reveiz 27-yard field goal

Attendance: 105,611 WASH ___________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________ IOWA 22 _________________________ First Downs __________________________14 51-186 ______________________Rushes-yards _____________________ 43-180 142 ________________________Passing yards _________________________84 15-29-1 _______________________ Passes _______________________ 10-21-3 80-328 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 64-264 7-36 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 5-47 0-0 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 2-2 3-28 _______________________ Penalties-yards _______________________ 6-73 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Granger 13-80, Bohannon 10-44 UW: Robinson 20-142

Attendance: 50,134 IOWA____________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________ TENN 24 _________________________ First Downs __________________________23 43-110 ______________________Rushes-yards _____________________ 38-154 304 ________________________Passing yards ________________________221 19-26-1 _______________________ Passes _______________________ 22-41-0 69-414 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 79-375 5-35 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 5-45 1-1 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 2-1 3-30 _______________________ Penalties-yards _______________________ 7-47

PASSING IOWA: Gales 4-7-1-51, Bohannon 6-14-2-33 UW: Pelleur 15-29-1-142

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Gill 16-70, Phillips 10-34 UT: Coleman 11-103, Furnas 12-52

RECEIVING IOWA: Brown 6-52 UW: Skansi 4-69, Allen 5-68

PASSING IOWA: Long 19-26-1-304 UT: Cockrell 22-41-0-221 RECEIVING IOWA: Moritz 8-168, Harmon 3-44, Gill 3-39 UT: Wilson 7-62, Duncan 3-52, Miller 2-30

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IOWA BOWL HISTORY 1983 Gator Bowl

1984 Freedom Bowl

Florida -- 14, Iowa -- 6 Dec. 30, 1983, Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.

Iowa -- 55, Texas -- 17 Dec. 26, 1984, Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, Calif.

Iowa _____________ 0 ________3 _______ 3 ________ 0 _______ 6 Florida ___________ 7 ________7 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 14

Texas _____________ 0 _______ 17 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 17 Iowa ____________ 14 ______ 10 _______31 _______ 0 _______ 55

GAME RECAP Cold weather stalled a couple of high-powered offenses in the 39th annual Gator Bowl as Florida defeated Iowa 14-6. The wind chill at game time was 13 degrees below zero. The Hawkeyes and Gators combined for six interceptions, 19 penalties and only seven of 31 third down conversions in the ragged contest. The play of the game took place with 1:08 left in the first half. Tom Nichol, attempting to punt out of his own end zone, misplayed a high snap and Florida’s Doug Drew covered it for a touchdown. Nichol scored the Hawkeyes’ only points on a pair of short field goals. Owen Gill led the Hawkeye offense with 83 yards rushing.

GAME RECAP Chuck Long’s passing performance surpassed all previous bowl games as the Hawkeyes blasted Texas 55-17 in the inaugural Freedom Bowl. Long completed 29 of 39 passes for 461 yards and six TDs despite a steady rain throughout the game. Iowa scored 31 unanswered points in the third quarter. Long’s third quarter totals were 12-14 passes for 241 yards and four touchdowns. Both Robert Smith (4 catches, 115 yards) and Bill Happel (8, 104) had over 100 yards receiving.

SCORING SUMMARY UF -- Anderson 1-yard run (Raymond kick) IA -- Nichol 32-yard field goal UF -- Drew fumble recovery in end zone (Raymond kick) IA -- Nichol 31-yard field goal Attendance: 81,293 IOWA____________________ TEAM STATISTICS _________________ FLORIDA 16 _________________________ First Downs __________________________14 40-114 ______________________Rushes-yards _____________________ 44-168 167 ________________________Passing yards _________________________92 13-30-4 _______________________ Passes ________________________ 9-23-2 70-281 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 67-250 2-40 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 7-38 2-1 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 0-0 7-44 _______________________ Penalties-yards _____________________ 12-105 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Gill 10-83, Granger 9-37, Phillips 13-33 UF: Anderson 17-84, Williams 10-68 PASSING IOWA: Long 13-28-4-167 UF: Peace 9-22-2-92 RECEIVING IOWA: Harmon 6-90 UF: Dixon 5-55

SCORING SUMMARY IA -- Hayes 6-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Flagg 11-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) TX -- Bryant 11-yard pass from Dodge (Ward kick) IA -- Bush 1-yard run (Nichol kick) TX -- Harris 1-yard pass from Dodge (Ward kick) TX -- Ward 46-yard field goal IA -- Nichol 27-yard field goal IA -- Nichol 35-yard field goal IA -- Happel 33-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Smith 49-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Helverson 4-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) IA -- Hayes 15-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick) Attendance: 24,093 TEXAS ____________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________ IOWA 15 __________________________ First Downs __________________________ 28 35-115 _______________________Rushes-yards ________________________41-91 185 ________________________ Passing yards_________________________ 469 17-34-2 ________________________ Passes ________________________ 30-40-0 69-300 _______________________Total offense _______________________81-560 5-43 ________________________ Punts-average ________________________4-42 3-3 __________________________Fumbles-lost __________________________5-2 6-50 ________________________Penalties-yards ________________________4-27 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Gill 17-61. UT: Orr 12-67, Johnson 8-56 PASSING IOWA: Long 29-39-0-461 UT: Dodge 16-32-2-180 RECEIVING IOWA: Smith 4-115, Happel 8-104, Flagg 5-71, Hayes 3-70 UT: Bryant 3-50, Duhon 1-47, Moerschell 4-40, Harris 6-37

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IOWA BOWL HISTORY 1986 Rose Bowl

1986 Holiday Bowl

UCLA -- 45, Iowa -- 28 Jan. 1, 1986, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Iowa -- 39, San Diego State -- 38 Dec. 30, 1986, Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

UCLA ____________ 10 ______ 14 _______ 7 _______ 14 _______ 45 Iowa _____________ 7 ________3 _______ 7 _______ 11 _______ 28

Iowa _____________ 7 ________6 _______ 8 _______ 18 _______ 39 San Diego State ____ 6 _______ 15 _______ 7 _______ 10 _______ 38

GAME RECAP UCLA freshman tailback Eric Ball paved the way for the Bruins’ 45-28 upset victory over Big Ten champion Iowa. Ball, who didn’t start, rambled for 227 yards on 22 carries. Ball scored on runs of 30, 40, six and 32 yards. Iowa QB Chuck Long completed 29 of 37 attempts for 319 yards and one score. The Hawkeyes turned the ball over five times, including four times in the first half, as UCLA built a 24-10 lead. RB Ronnie Harmon caught a career-high 11 passes for 102 yards and Rob Houghtlin added field goals of 24 and 52 yards. The teams combined for 889 yards of total offense and 54 first downs.

GAME RECAP Rob Houghtlin’s 41-yard field goal as time expired culminated an 18-point blitz in the final 8:39 and helped Iowa down San Diego State 39-38 in the ninth annual Holiday Bowl. The Hawkeyes stormed back on a pair of Mark Vlasic TD throws in the final period to take a 36-35 lead. SDSU’s Kevin Rahill booted a 21-yard FG with 0:47 left to give the Aztecs a 38-36 advantage. Kevin Harmon returned the ensuing kickoff to the SDSU 37-yard line, and Houghtlin kicked the game winner four plays later. Iowa was able to win only after converting two-point conversions following two of their final three touchdowns.

SCORING SUMMARY IA -- Hudson 1-yard run (Houghtlin kick) UCLA -- Ball 30-yard run (Lee kick) UCLA -- Lee 42-yard field goal IA -- Houghtlin 24-yard field goal UCLA -- Ball 40-yard run (Lee kick) UCLA -- Ball 6-yard run (Lee kick) IA -- Long 4-yard run (Houghtlin kick) UCLA -- Sherrard 6-yard pass from Stevens (Lee kick) UCLA -- Ball 32-yard run (Lee kick) IA -- Houghtlin 52-yard field goal UCLA -- Stevens 1-yard run (Lee kick) IA -- Happel 11-yard pass from Long (K. Harmon run)

SCORING SUMMARY IA -- Bayless 5-yard run (Houghtlin kick) SDSU -- Hardy 6-yard pass from Santos (kick failed) SDSU -- Jackson 44-yard pass from Santos (Hardy run) IA -- Vlasic 1-yard run (kick failed) SDSU -- Gilbreath 28-yard pass from Santos (Rahill kick) SDSU -- Gilmore 1-yard run (Rahill kick) IA -- Hudson 1-yard run (Smith pass from Vlasic) SDSU -- Hardy 6-yard run (Rahill kick) IA -- Cook 29-yard pass from Vlasic (Flagg pass from Vlasic) IA -- Flagg 4-yard pass from Vlasic (Houghtlin kick) SDSU -- Rahill 21-yard field goal IA -- Houghtlin 41-yard field goal

Attendance: 103,292

Attendance: 59,473

UCLA ____________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________ IOWA 29 _________________________ First Downs __________________________25 55-299 ______________________Rushes-yards ______________________ 34-82 189 ________________________Passing yards ________________________319 16-26-1 _______________________ Passes _______________________ 29-38-1 81-488 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 72-401 2-38 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 2-32 3-2 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 4-4 6-36 _______________________ Penalties-yards _______________________ 5-40

IOWA____________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________ SDSU 21 _________________________ First Downs __________________________17 41-141 ______________________Rushes-yards _____________________ 36-117 222 ________________________Passing yards ________________________298 15-29-1 _______________________ Passes _______________________ 21-33-2 70-363 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 69-415 4-43 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 5-47 2-1 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 0-0 4-17 _______________________ Penalties-yards _______________________ 7-70

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: R. Harmon 14-55, Hudson 13-53 UCLA: Ball 22-227, Green 13-46, Farr 5-42

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING IOWA: Bayless 19-110, Hudson 9-43 SDSU: Hardy 26-83, Gilmore 7-35

PASSING IOWA: Long 29-37-1-319 UCLA: Stevens 16-26-1-189

PASSING IOWA: Vlasic 15-28-1-222 SDSU: Santos 21-33-2-298

RECEIVING IOWA: R. Harmon 11-102, Happel 6-89, Flagg 3-55, Smith 4-44 UCLA: Dorrell 3-59, Sherrard 4-48, Tennell 3-30

RECEIVING IOWA: Flagg 4-66, Early 3-57, Cook 2-51 SDSU: Jackson 2-89, Gilbreath 5-87, Gilmore 9-70

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IOWA BOWL HISTORY 1987 Holiday Bowl

1988 Peach Bowl

Iowa -- 20, Wyoming -- 19 Dec. 30, 1987, Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

N.C. State -- 28, Iowa -- 23 Dec. 31, 1988, Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.

Iowa _____________ 0 ________7 _______ 0 _______ 13 _______ 20 Wyoming ________ 12 _______7 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 19

Iowa _____________ 3 ________7 _______ 7 ________ 6 _______ 23 N.C. State _________ 7 _______ 21 _______ 0 ________ 0 _______ 28

GAME RECAP Iowa’s defense and special teams scored two touchdowns and FB David Hudson tallied on a short run in the fourth period to rally the Hawkeyes to a 20-19 triumph over Wyoming in the 10th Holiday Bowl. Merton Hanks deflected a second-period punt, the first of his two blocked kicks, and Jay Hess covered it in the end zone for a score. Anthony Wright cut the lead to 19-13 with a 33-yard interception return. Greg Worker’s 52-yard FG attempt was blocked by Hanks with 46 seconds left to preserve the victory. Wright, who added six tackles, was Iowa’s game MVP. Wyoming had a 12-0 lead before Hess got the Hawkeyes on the scoreboard, but Iowa still trailed 19-7 at halftime before pitching a shutout in the second half.

GAME RECAP Iowa couldn’t overcome seven turnovers, including three interceptions by North Carolina State’s Michael Brooks, in a 28-23 loss in the Peach Bowl. NCSU jumped out to a 28-3 lead before the Hawkeyes staged a furious comeback with 20 unanswered points. Chuck Hartlieb passed for 428 yards -- 122 to Marv Cook and 101 and two TDs to Deven Harberts -- in the catch-up effort. The Hawkeyes trailed 28-3 just 15 minutes into the game before Hartlieb worked his magic. The Wolfpack also committed seven turnovers, losing five fumbles. Freshman Tyrell Jackson scored two TDs for North Carolina State.

SCORING SUMMARY W -- Worker 43-yard field goal W -- Worker 38-yard field goal W -- Loving 15-yard pass from Burnett (pass failed) IA -- Hess 10-yard blocked punt return (Houghtlin kick) W -- Abraham 3-yard run (Worker kick) IA -- Wright 33-yard interception return (Houghtlin kick) IA -- Hudson 1-yard run (pass failed)

SCORING SUMMARY NCSU -- Davenport 1-yard run (Hartman kick) IA -- Murphy 30-yard field goal NCSU -- Peebles 75-yard pass from Montgomery (Hartman kick) NCSU -- Jackson 2-yard run (Hartman kick) NCSU -- Jackson 30-yard run (Hartman kick) IA -- Harberts 8-yard pass from Hartlieb (Murphy kick) IA -- Harberts 22-yard pass from Hartlieb (Murphy kick) IA -- Smith 7-yard pass from Hartlieb (pass failed)

Attendance: 61,892

Attendance : 44,635

IOWA_____________________ TEAM STATISTICS _______________WYOMING 17 __________________________ First Downs __________________19 36-94 ________________________ Rushes-yards _________________21-43 237 _________________________Passing yards _________________332 21-35-0 _________________________Passes ____________________28-51-1 71-331 _______________________ Total offense__________________72-375 8-42 ________________________ Punts-average _________________6-30 1-1 __________________________ Fumbles-lost__________________0-0 6-57 ________________________ Penalties-yards _________________7-61

IOWA____________________ TEAM STATISTICS ____________________NCSU 21 _________________________ First Downs __________________________24 19-46 _______________________Rushes-yards _____________________ 72-236 428 ________________________Passing yards ________________________195 30-51-4 _______________________ Passes _______________________ 11-23-2 70-447 ______________________ Total offense ______________________ 95-401 6-36 _______________________ Punts-average _______________________ 5-36 4-3 _________________________ Fumbles-lost_________________________ 8-5 4-44 _______________________ Penalties-yards ___________