Rob Report: ISU

HI Publisher Rob Howe checks in from Jack Trice Stadium with news, notes, an injury report, a travel list and more from Iowa's 27-21 win.

AMES, Iowa - The Rob Report is back for its 11th season of Iowa Hawkeyes football. Today we look at the 27-21 Week 3 win against Iowa State at Jack Trice Stadium.

INJURY REPORT

Jordan Lomax remained out of the Hawkeye lineup for a second week in a row after injuring his hamstring in Game 1. True freshman Desmond King started once again in his place at cornerback.

Running back Michael Malloy did not make the trip to Ames. He's missed the first three games for an undisclosed medical issue, according to Coach Kirk Ferentz.

Reese Fleming (leg) still has not seen the field this year. He and Lomax warmed up before the game but never got into it.

Offensive linemen Connor Boffeli and Brandon Scherff missed some snaps on Saturday with leg injuries but both returned to the game.

NEWS, NOTES

-Kirk Ferentz improved to 7-8 against Iowa State, including 3-5 in Ames.

-Iowa running back Mark Weisman finished with 35 carries for 145 yards. The junior passed the century mark for the third time in as many games this season and for the seventh time in his career.

-Hawkeye wideout Kevonte Martin-Manley caught seven passes for 60 yards Saturday night. He moved into the 1,000-yard club for his career with his total now sitting at 1,057 on 101 grabs.

-After having their redshirts removed last week, true freshmen LeShun Daniels and Matt Vandeberg watched Saturday's game from the sideline. Neither player saw a rep.

-Darian Cooper recorded his first career sack and the second of Iowa's season.

-Iowa win its 600 game in program history.

-The Cyclones managed just 61 yards of offense and four first downs in the first half.

-Jake Rudock rushed for his fourth touchdown of the season. He became the first quarterback in the Ferentz Era to run the ball into the end zone in three consecutive games.

-Jacob Hillyer's 26-yard touchdown was the first of his career and his longest reception as a Hawkeye.

-Christian Kirksey paced Iowa with 11 tackles while fellow linebacker Anthony Hitchens chipped in with 10.

-The Hawkeyes held a 38:03-21:57 advantage in time of possession.

ALL DRESSED UP: Iowa players in uniform for the game.

QB - Rudock, Beathard, Sokol, Shimonek.

RB - Weisman, Bullock, Canzeri, Daniels, Plewa, Cox.

WR - Martin-Manley, T. Smith, Shumpert, Cotton, Hillyer, Powell, Haluska, McCarron, Vandeberg.

TE - Fiedorowicz, Hamilton, Duzey, Krieger-Coble, Kittle.

OL - Scherff, Boffeli, A. Blythe, Walsh, Donnal, Van Sloten, MacMillan, Simmons, Gaul, Ward, Welsh.

DL - Ott, C. Davis, Trinca-Pasat, Alvis, Hardy, Cooper, J. Johnson, McMinn, Meier, Ekakitie.

LB - Kirksey, Morris, Hitchens, Perry, Alston, Collins, Fisher, Spearman.

DB - Lowery, Lowdermilk, T. Miller, Lomax, Fleming, Law, Gair, G. Smith, Draper, Lile, King.

Specialists - Meyer, Koehn, Kornbrath, Kreiter, Kluver.

Special Teams:

Kickoff - Meyer, Lowdermilk, Lowery, Gair, Miller, Hitchens, Law, Alston, Collins, G. Smith, Perry.

Kick Return - Cotton, Kittle, Gair, Hillyer, Meier, Kreiger-Coble, Hamilton. Plewa, Cox, Perry, Duzey.

Punt - Kornbrath, Kreiter, Kirksey, Miller, Cotton, Lile, Lowdermilk, Perry, Alston, Plewa, G. Smith.

Punt Return - Martin-Manley, Lowery, Law, Cotton, Kittle, Fisher, Hillyer, G. Smith, Plewa, Perry, Alston.


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