QB - Stanzi, Vandenberg, Wienke, Derby.
RB - Robinson, Morse, Coker, White, O'Meara, Hitchens, DeAndre Johnson, Meyers, Gimm, Reisen,
WR - Chaney, Sandeman, McNutt, K. Davis, Johnson-Koulianos, Evans, Kuchel, Audlehelm, Nordmann, Hurt, Haluska, Martin-Manley, Shumpert,
TE - Herman, Reisner, Fiedorwicz, Z. Derby, Vier,
OL - Reiff, MacMillan, Tobin, Vandervelde, Knipper, Boffeli, Van Sloten, Orne, McMillan, Clark, Scherff, Ferentz, Gettis,
DL - Don. Johnson, Gaglione, Binns, Hardy, Ferguson, Trinca-Pasat, Klug, Daniels, C. Davis, Bigach, Forgy, Covert, Nardo, Clayborn, Ballard, Daniel
LB - T. Johnson, . Nielsen, Hunter, Tillison, Poggi, Morris, Kirksey,
DB - Hyde, Sash, Bernstine, Prater, Lowe, Donatell, N. Nielsen, Miller, Greenwood, Steinbrecher, Sleeper, Kroll, Greiner, Swanson, Castillo, Lowery.
ST - Mossbrucker, Meyer, Schulze, Donahue, Mullings, Kreiter, Murray, Guthrie.
Jeremiha Hunter left the game with a knee injury. He returned for a few plays and then left again.
Adrian Clayborn also got dinged in the knee but returned.
Special Teams Units:
Kick Return - O'Meara, Morris, Nordmann, DiBona, Tillison, Fiedorowicz, Daniel, Peterson, Derby, DJK, K. Davis.
Kick coverage - Meyer, Castillo, Lowe, Nordmann, Donatell, Swanson, Hitchens, Kirksey, Dibona, Shumpert, Morris.
Punt Return - Donahue, Prater, Lowe, O'Meara, T. Nielsen, T. Johnson, Hunter, Greenwood, Schulze, Castillo, O'Meara.
Punt Coverage - Sandeman, Swanson, Hyde, Lowe, Shumpert, Kirksey, Tillison, White. Castillo, DiBona, Sash.
EXTRA POINTS -
-True freshman James Morris replaced Johnson at middle linebacker for most of the fourth quarter.
-Adam Robinson had 76 rushing yards in the first half and finished with 114.
-Derrell Johnson-Koulianos tied Kevin Kasper as Iowa's all-time leader in career receptions at 157. He caught five balls for 93 yards and a touchdown on Saturday.
-Daniel Murray saw his first action of the year for the Hawkeyes, kicking off one time.
-Iowa used five true freshman on its kickoff team now - Meyer, Hitchens, Shumpert, Morris and Kirksey.
-Wisconsin had scored 23 straight touchdowns when it got into the red zone minus plays where it took a knee coming into Saturday. Iowa held the Badgers to a field goal on their first trip to end the streak. The visitors did score four touchdowns on its next four trips into the red zone.
-Iowa says goodbye to the Heartland Trophy until at least 2013, the next time it plays Wisconsin.
-The Badgers only had four offensive possessions in the second half. They scored three touchdowns and had one picked off by Brett Greenwood.
-Meyer's 40-yard field goal in the fourth quarter was the longest of his career. The true freshman has made four in a row.
-The series is now tied all-time at 42-42-2.
-The Badgers converted all three of their fourth-down attempts on Saturday.
-Iowa converted 11 of 16 chances on third down.
-Wisconsin recorded its first fourth-quarter comeback for victory since 2008.
-Adrian Clayborn finished with a sack, a QB hurry and the seventh forced fumble of his career.