Purdue Notebook

Notebook from Iowa-Purdue game on Saturday, including an injury report and statistical achievements.

-Purdue won at Iowa for the first time since 1992. It was the Boilermakers first Big Ten victory in 2012 after dropping their first five contests in the league.

-Iowa lost for a fourth time at home in a season for the first time since 2000.

-Purdue converted on 9 of 16 third down attempts. The Hawkeyes were 4 of 16.

-The Boilermakers were penalized 10 times for 100 yards. Officials whistled Iowa for two infractions for 18 yards.

-Purdue turned the ball over three times which led to 14 Hawkeye points. Iowa did not turn over the ball.

-Iowa senior Zach Derby caught a career-high four passes for a career-best 38 yards.

-Micah Hyde paced Iowa with 11 tackles. Christian Kirksey and James Morris each added 10 stops in a losing effort.

-Hyde returned a recovered fumble nine yards for a touchdown. The Hawkeye senior registered the third score of his career.

-Iowa sold out its sixth home game of the season and the 61st in its last 63 games in Kinnick Stadium.

-Mike Meyer extended his extra point streak to 78 in a row with three PATs on Saturday. The junior also recorded three touchbacks on five kickoffs.

-Morris, Anthony Hitchens and Joe Gagloine all left the game with second-half injuries. Jake Duzey and Mark Weisman did not play due to health issues.

-Conor Boffeli started his first career game. The junior opened the contest at left guard.

-Henry Krieger-Coble saw his first extended action at tight end with the Duzey injury.

-Damon Bullock scored his third touchdown of the season. The sophomore took all of the tailback reps on Saturday. True freshman Greg Garmon did not see any action in the contest.

-Iowa's loss guaranteed it would not finish above .500 in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes have accomplished that feat just twice in the last seven seasons.

-True Freshman Connor Kornbrath punted six times for an average of 40.7 yards.

-James Vandenberg rushed 8 times for 31 yards. The senior quarterback recorded a career-best 21-yard scamper on the game-tying drive late in the fourth quarter.

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