1st Q Update: Iowa leads Indiana, 14-3

After dropping its past two games in convincing fashion, Iowa struck first on Saturday.

The Hawkeyes scored about eight minutes into the game following a very efficient offensive drive of six plays for 72 yards. Quarterback James Vandenberg hit receiver Kevonte Martin-Manley for a 24-yard touchdown pass along the sidelines to put Iowa on the board.

On Indiana’s first play from scrimmage following Iowa’s drive — and supplanting starter Cam Coffman with Nate Sudfeld at quarterback — linebacker Chris Kirksey intercepted Sudfeld and returned it 18 yards for a touchdown. Kirksey now has two interceptions returned for touchdowns this season.

The Hoosiers entered the scoreboard by way of a 45-yard Mitch Ewald field goal late in the quarter to put the count at 14-3.

Vandenberg is 7-for-8 for 84 yards thus far. Damon Bullock, getting his second straight start at running back, has five carries for 17 yards.

— by Matt Cozzi and Dan Ringgenberg 

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