IOWA CITY, Iowa -
Dressed Up: Hawkeyes that were in uniform for Purdue:
QB - Stanzi, Christensen, Vandenberg, Wienke.
RB - Hampton, O'Meara, Murphy, Brinson, McLaughlin, Robsinons, Leppert, Greene, Morse, Oberland.
WR - DJK, Chaney, Stross, Brodell, Sandeman, Nordmann, Staggs, Mason, McNutt, D'Hooge, Kuchel, Evans, Steinbrecher, Prater, Mungongo.
TE - Griggs, Myers, Herman, Sabers, Spading, Derby, Reisner,.
OL - Koeppel, Zusevics, Calloway, Kuempel, Doering, Gettis, McMillan, Meade, Olsen, Eubanks, Bulaga, Haganmann, Reiff, Bruggeman, Postler.
DL Kroul, King, Mahmens, Klug, Narinskiy, Ballard, Binns, Blum, Daniels, Semmes, Bigach, Geary, Daniel, Clayborn.
LB Coleman, Edds, Nielsen, Hunter, Orr, Tarpinian, McGrath, Staten, Davis, Angerer, Morio, Tillison, Johnson.
DB Spievey, Bernstine, Sash, Gardner, Fletcher, Greenwood, Morrow, Conklin, Cato, Prater, Donatell, Herbst, Lowe, Castillo, Swanson, Sleeper, Rowell.
ST - Donahue, Murray, Mossbrucker, Guthrie, Schulze, Murphy.
INJURY REPORT: Moeaki missed another game after suffering a leg injury during last Saturday's upset of Penn State.
Kuempel, like Moeaki, was listed as doubtful on Tuesday, but he dressed and participated in warm-ups. He did not play.
Angerer came out at the end of the first quarter with an unknown injury and was replaced by Coleman. He only missed a few plays.
Greenwood came off the field with an injury to his left arm or shoulder midway through the fourth quarter.
Ballard injured his right hand midway through the fourth quarter. He was being looked at by trainers.
-Bowl reps in attendance for Saturday's game: Alamo, /Fiesta/Insight, Capital One, Outback.
-Although he had another year of eligibility, Blum took part in senior day festivities.
-Mossbrucker came out to kick the extra point after Iowa's first touchdown and missed. The Hawkeyes had made 33 of 33 this season. The true freshman missed another one later in the game and was replaced my Murray.
-Iowa won the coin toss and deferred to the second half for the second week in a row.
-Doering saw his first meaningful action of the season when he came in at left guard during the second quarter.
-Greene's 75-yard touchdown sprint moved him ahead of Sedrick Shaw into second place on Iowa's single-season rushing chart.
-Iowa's sellout streak of 36 games at Kinnick ended on Saturday when the crowd was announced at 67,676.
-Drew Tate watched the game from the stands and came into the Iowa locker room after it.
-Greenwood recorded a career-best 14 tackles. Hunter added 10, and Fletcher and Spievey contributed nine each. King rolled up a sack and three tackles for loss. Angerer raised his team-leading tackle total to 92, while Hunter lifted his number to 75.
-Brodell paced Iowa in receiving with four receptions for 42 yards, raising his team-best yardage total to 502.
-Purdue's 17-play drive that resulted in field goal represented their longest march of the season in terms of plays.
-Painter played for the first time since injuring his shoulder on Oct. 25 against Minnesota.
-Heygood, who came into the game second in the league in tackles, managed just five on Saturday.