QB - Stanzi, Weinke, Vandenburg.
RB - White, Reisen, Rodgers, Coker, O'Meara, Hitchens, Morse.
WR - Johnson-Koulianos, K. Davis, Sandeman, McNutt, Chaney, Shumpert, Kuchel,
TE - Derby, Fiedorowicz, Reisner, Herman,
OL - Zusevics, Ferentz, Boffeli, Koeppel, Orne,Van Sloten, Haganman, McMillan, Vandervelde, Reiff, Tobin. MacMillan, Koeppel
DL - Nardo, Binns, Klug, Ballard, Daniel, Calyborn, Daniels, Bigach,
LB - Kirksey, Tarpinian, Johnson, Morris, Tillison, Hunter, Peterson, DiBona,
DB - Prater, Sash, Hyde, Bernstine, Swanson, Steinbrecher, Donatell, N. Nielsen, T. Miller, Lowery, Greenwood.
ST - Schulze, Kreiter, Donahue, Mossbrucker, Meyer.
Offensive lineman Adam Gettis didn't make the trip. He limped off of the field in the second half of last week's game against MSU. He'd been hampered by an ankle injury earlier this season.
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz said that he expected both players to be back in practice on Tuesday.
Special Teams Units:
Kick Return - DJK, Davis. Nordmann, Fiedorwicz, Daniel, Tillison, O'Meara, Kirksey, Johnson, Peterson, Z. Derby.
Kick coverage - Meyer, Johnson, Peterson, Donatell, White, Castillo, Hitchens, Shumpert, Swanson, Kirksey, Nordmann.
Punt Return - Sandeman, Swanson, Kirksey, Clayborn, Hyde, Prater, Ballard, Binns, Bernstine, O'Meara, Klug.
Punt Coverage - Donahue, Prater, Chaney, O'Meara, Johnson, Schulze, Reisner, Peterson, Sash, Tarpinian.
EXTRA POINTS -
-Senior Josh Koeppel started the first game of his college career on place of Gettis.
-Johnson-Koulianos broke Kevin Kasper's mark for career receptions (157) at the school. The senior came into the game tied with Kasper. He caught six passes for 72 yards and now has 163 catches in his Hawkeye career.
-Marcus Coker started his first college game. The true freshman running back carried the ball 22 times for 129 yards.
-Iowa improved to 22-4 during its last 26 games.
-Mike Meyer converted four of five field goal attempts to improve to 9 of the 11 on the season. The true freshman booted a career-best 42-yarder on Saturday.
-Freshmen James Morris and Shane DiBona started for a second week in a row at linebacker. Morris opened up in the middle. DiBona came out as the strong side backer after beginning on the weak side a week ago.
Indiana's Bill Lynch on final offensive play: "What did I see in their defense? I saw a wide open receiver. That's what I saw. Unfortunately, we didn't make the play. (Offensive Coordinator Matt Canada) made a great call but we just didn't finish it off."
Lynch on his passion on the sideline: "Yeah, I wanted to win. The kids deserve for me to be fighting for them and that's what we did. We just came up a little short."