STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – We’re eight weeks into the Iowa Hawkeyes (5-3, 3-2) football season. Two of their three losses were upsets. They no longer control their own destiny to the Big Ten Championship game, entering the season as the favorite out of the Big Ten West division. However, this season still has an opportunity for it to not go into the books as a failure. If the Hawkeyes want to turn their season around, it starts in head coach Kirk Ferentz’s favorite month: November. Ferentz, who’s 8-4 all-time against Penn State, prides himself on his teams playing their … Continued
The last time the Iowa Hawkeyes took the field for a Big Ten football game was when Keith Duncan booted a 48-yard field goal to beat Nebraska in Memorial Stadium. That was nearly 11 months ago, and the Hawkeyes really showed it on Saturday.