Iowa Depth Chart - Minnesota

Taking a look at the changes from a week ago after the release of the depth chart on Monday.

IOWA CITY. Ia. - Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz on Monday released his two deep for Saturday's game at Minnesota:

IOWA OFFENSE

WR ....... 15 Johnson-Koulianos, 22 Sandeman

LT ......... 77 Reiff, 69 Haganman

LG ........ 63 Vandervelde, 73 Gettis

C……… 53 Ferentz, 59 Boffeli

RG ........ 67 Koeppel, 76 MacMillan

RT ........ 56 Zusevics, 70 Van Sloten

TE ......... 82 Reisner, 39 Herman

QB ........ 12 Stanzi, 16 Vandenberg

WR ....... 7 McNutt, 6 K. Davis

RB ........ 34 Coker, 38 Rogers

FB……… 36 Morse, 38 Rogers

IOWA DEFENSE

DE ........ 94 Clayborn, 58 Daniel

DT ........ 95 Klug, 54 Bigach

DT ........ 93 Daniels, 87 Nardo

DE ........ 46 Ballard, 91 Binns

OLB ...... 48 T. Johnson, 97 Petersen

MLB ..... 44 Morris, 37 DiBona

WLB ..... 42 Hunter, 37 DiBona

LC ......... 28 Prater, 2 Castillo

SS ......... 9 Sash, 13 Donatell

FS ......... 30 Greenwood, 49 Miller

RC ........ 18 Hyde, 19 Lowery

PT......... 5 Donahue, 6 Guthrie

PK ........ 96 Meyer, 8 Mossbrucker

The biggest change from last week's two-deep is the absence of Adam Robinson at running back. The team's leading rusher suffered what appeared to be his second concussion in four weeks late in the game against Ohio State.

Marcus Coker is listed as the starter this week, moving up a spot. Brad Rogers is now listed as the No. 2 RB in addition to being the back-up FB.

Adam Gettis, who has been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury against Michigan State, showed up at LG for the first time this season. He's the backup there after spending the rest of the campaign at RG.

Josh Koeppel has started the last three games at RG and is again listed as the No. 1. Nolan MacMillan, who started the first six games of the season here, is No. 2 on the depth chart. He's been struggling with a neck injury.

Like Robinson, Jeff Tarpinian is off the depth chart and hopes to be back for the bowl game. Shane DiBona is listed as the No. 2 at middle and weak-side LB.

Wide receiver Colin Sandeman returns to the depth chart at No. 2 WR. After missing the Northwestern game, he saw reps against Ohio State. He did not return to his spot at punt returner last week, however.


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