QB: Vandenberg, Rudock, Derby, Anderson, Wienke.
RB: Bullock, Canzeri, Reisen, Coker, D. Johnson, Gimm, Meyers, White.
WR: Shumpert, Martin-Manley, McNutt, K. Davis, Hillyer, N. Nielsen,Grant, Staggs,Cotton, Audleheim,Haluska,
TE: Hamilton, Duzey, Herman, Fiedorowicz,Kreiger-Coble,Derby,
OL: Tobin,Scherff, Blythe, Kracke, Donatell, Orne, McMillan, Clark, Walsh, Gaul,Ferentz, Zusevics,Van Sloten, Boffeli, Gettis, Reiff,
DL: Daniel, Daniels, Binns, Alvis, Nardo, Forgy, Gaglione, C. Davis, Cooper,Hardy, Tsopanides
LB: T. Nielsen, Donatell, Collins, Morris, Pryor,Kirksey, Hitchens, Perry, Alston, Fisher, Plewa. B. Davis.
DB: Hyde, Bernstine, Prater,Steinbrecher, Lomax, Law, T. Miler, Swanson, Sleeper,Castillo, Smith, Lowdermilk, Campbell,
Special Teams: Koehn, Mullings, Meyer, Mossbrucker, Bigach, Guthrie, Wienke, Kreiter.
INJURY REPORT: Nolan MacMillan missed this third straight game with a sports hernia. There was talk on the radio pre-game show that he would give it a go next week.
Iowa offensive guard Adam Gettis appeared to ding up his arm late in the game. He asked for a substitution.
SHAKE-UP: The Hawkeyes shuffled things significantly in the starting defense, personel wise.
Dom Alvis moved from tackle to end, replacing Lebron Daniel. Thomas Nardo became the starter at tackle. It was his first career start.
Kick Return - Bernstine, K. Davis, Meyers, Hamilton, Z. Derby, Gimm, White, N. Nielsen,B. Davis,T.Miller, Collins
Kick Coverage - Meyer, Lowdermilk, Hitchens, Castillo, T. Miller, Law, Collins, Sleeper, White, Donatell.
Punt Coverage - Guthrie, Kreiter, Hitchens, Prater, Bernstine, Herman, White, Fiedorwicz, T. Nielsen, Kirksey, Z. Derby.
Punt Return - Hyde, Sleeper, Bernstine, White, Lowdermilk, Castillo, Hitchens, Prater, Collins, Morris.
-Johnny Lowdermilk saw his first action of the season on kick-off coverage for Iowa. He became the eighth true freshmen to see the field in '11.
-Iowa avoided starting a season 1-2 for the first time since '00. That also was the last time the Hawkeyes weren't bowl eligible.
-On Iowa's final four offensive possessions, it scored touchdowns. The drives together included 26 plays, covered 261 yards and took less than 7 and a half minutes off of the clock.
-Bernstine replaced McNutt on kick returns Saturday. Davis joined him.
-Pitt Coach Todd Graham said he went for it on fourth and three late in the game because he wasn't confident that his defense could stop the Hawkeyes.
-Iowa has scored at least 31 points in each of its first three games.
-Iowa improved to 23-1 in its last 24 nonconference home games.
-Vandeberg's 399 passing yards were the second highest total in the Ferentz era.