QB - Vandenberg, Rudock, Wienke, Anderson.
RB - Canzeri,Bullock,Rogers,Cox, Reisen,Coker, White, Meyers, Johnson,Gimm.
WR - Shumpert, Martin-Manley,Davis, McNutt,Haluska, Cotton,Nielsen,Grant,Staggs, Hillyer, Audlehelm.
TE - Derby, Fiedorowicz, Hamilton, Herman, Krieger-Coble, Duzey,
OL - Zusevics,Kracke, Van Sloten, Gettis, Ferentz, Blythe,Walsh, Clark,Orne, Gaul, Reiff, Donnal, Boffeli,Scherff.
DL - Trinca-Pasat, Hardy, Alvis, Gaglione, Davis, Cooper, Forgy, Daniel, Daniels, Binns, McMinn, Tsopanides, Spears.
LB - Kirksey, Donatell, Pryor, Alston, Perry, Nielsen,Derby
DB - Prater, Bernstine, Hyde, Overton, Lomax, Smith, Steinbrecher, Sleeper, Miller, Swanson,Law, Campbell, Lowery, Castillo.
Special Teams - Koehn, Mullings, Wienke, Kreiter, Bigach, Guthrie, Mossbrucker, Meyer.
Tyler Nielsen was in uniform and warmed up with the team, but did not see action. The senior linebacker had surgery on a broken hand last weekend.
Mika'il McCall who broke a leg bone in the season-opener, was in uniform and went through warm-ups. It was thought that he'd be out for the season. He did not play on Saturday.
Jordan Canzeri missed last week's game with a hamstring injury. He saw action in the fourth quarter on Tuesday.
Keenan Davis left the game late with a leg injury. He needed help off of the field and did not return. Ferentz was unsure of the wide receiver's status after the game.
Special Teams Units
Kick Return - K. Davis, Bernstine, Rogers, Derby, Hamilton, Fiedorowicz, White, N. Nielsen,Donatell, Bernstine, Lowdermilk.
Kick Coverage - Meyer,White, Donatell, Alston, Lowery, Collins,Steinbrecher, Law, Lomax, Castillo, Derby.
Punt Return - Hyde, Swanson, Law, Lowey, Lowdermilk, Alston, Law, Lomax, White.
Punt Coverage - Guthrie, Kreiter, Prater, Bernstine, White, Rogers, Miller, Kirksey, T. Nielsen, Derby, Herman.
-Iowa has scored 31 points or more in six of its seven gamaes.
-Marvin McNutt broke the school's all-time career TD reception record with an 80-yard sprint in the first quarter. He added two more to raise his total to 24. Tim Dwight and Danan Hughes shared the previous mark with 21.
-Colin Sleeper and Jack Swanson ran at second team safety, Lowery and Lomax were at CB, Collins, Pryor and Lowdermilk were at LB and Hardy, Trinca-Pasat, Gaglione and Forgy were up front.
-McNutt moved to within 313 yards of Derrell Johnson-Koulianos' school record (2,616) for reception yardage.
-A.J. Derby, the former No. 2 quarterback on the depth chart, played on the kick coverage team and confirmed after the game his switch to linebacker. The Iowa City native delivered a tackle on his first special team's play.
-There were no turnovers in the game.
-Iowa was favored by 23.5 points. Indiana scored a touchdown in the final minute.
-A spectator ran onto the field in between the third and fourth quarters. It took a few seconds for the troopers to react. When they reach the man, he quickly dropped to the ground.
-Lowery replaced Prater in the third quarter after the latter picked up his second personal foul penalty of the game.