IOWA CITY, Iowa. -
All-Dress Up: Iowa players in uniform for Wisconsin -
QB - McNutt, Christensen, Vandenberg, Stanzi, Weinke.
RB - Hampton, O'Meara, McLaughlin, Greene, Oberland, Brinson, Jayme Murphy, Jason White, Morse, Robinson,
WR - Stross, DJK, Chaney, Sandeman, Brodell, Staggs, Kuchel, Evans, Steinbrecher, Nordmann,
TE - Myers, Moeaki, Reisner, Herman, Peterson, Spading, Sabers, Furlong, Gimm
OL - Goodson, Calloway, Eubanks, Aeschliman, Bulaga, Vandervelde, Kuempel, Zusevics, Bruggeman, Doering, Haganmann, Reiff, Gettis, Postler, McMillan, Koeppel,
DL - Kroul, Daniel, Semmes, Clayborn, Ballard, Binns, Daniels, Bigach, Blum, King, Geary, Hundertmark, Klug, Narinskiy, Gaglione,
LB - Tillison, Tyler Nielsen, Tarpinian, Hunter, Coleman, Edds, Angerer, McGrath, Davis,
DB - Bernstine, Spievey, Sash, Morrow, Fletcher, Dalton, Lowe, Cato, Swanson, Conklin, Nick Nielsen, Gardner, Prater, Castillo, Greenwood, Herbst, Rowell, Donatell
INJURY REPORT: Olsen missed the game with a ankle injury. The senior from Omaha had started 29 games in a row.
"Seth rolled his ankle Wednesday, non-contact," Ferentz said after the game. "It was just a blocking drill like we do every week frequently, and just one of those freak things. I'm hoping he can make it back, but it's probably going to be a while. We'll see how next week looks."
After hurting his ankle last week, Clayborn did not start for the first time this season. Geary started in his place. Clayborn did come in on the second series of the game, but left after a few plays with a limp.
-Moeaki, who missed the last two games with injury, returned for limited action on Saturday. He played the last play of the first half and did not return.
-Hunter didn't play in the second half. Sash limped off of the field and played a limited amount in the second half.
-Kuempel started the first game of his career at right guard in place of the injured Olsen. Eubanks rotated in at right guard in the second quarter. Eubanks started the second half.
-Reps from the Cap One and the Alamo Bowls took in the game on Saturday.
-Morse delivered a super block on Greene's first TD run. He enjoyed a big day paving the way for Greene.
-Tarpinian replaced Hunter on the first four series of the second half. Binns played for Geary on the first series of the half.
-O'Meara returned kicks in place of DJK this week.
-Roughing the passer call against Wisconsin's Jonathan Casillas came at a terrible time for the visitors. The Badgers would have had Iowa in a third and long. Instead, Greene ripped off his long TD run a few plays later.
-Holding on Kuempel could have hurt Iowa's drive late in third quarter when it was trying to stop the momentum of the Badgers, who had scored nine unanswered points at that juncture. But he and Bruggeman blocked up the next play where Greene rambled 52 yards for his third TD of the day.
-A few plays being harshly separated from the ball, Myers threw a great block to free Reisner on his touchdown reception.
-Early in the fourth quarter, Coleman came in at MLB and Angerer moved to the outside.
-Greene is the first Iowa runner to exceed 200 yards on the ground since Albert Young did in at Northwestern in 2005.
-The 38 points were the most Iowa has scored against Wisconsin since 1978.
-Greene tied an Iowa record with four rushing touchdowns. Tavian Banks was the last one to accomplish the feat, doing it against Iowa State in 1997.
-O'Meara's punt block was the first for Iowa since Brodell knocked one down against Indiana in '05.
-The Iowa defense has not allowed a point any of its first eight opponents' opening drives.
-Angerer rolled up a career-high 16 tackles, the most by an Iowa player this season. He also picked off two passes.