MADISON, Wisc. - Notes from the Iowa win at Camp Randall on Saturday.
All-Dressed Up: Iowa players in uniform for the Wisconsin game:
QB - Stanzi, Wienke, Vandenberg.
RB - Morse, Robinson, Wegher, O'Meara, Leppert
WR - DJK, McNutt, Stross, Sandeman, Davis, Kuchel, Nordmann,
TE - Moeaki, Reisner, Gimm, Herman
OL - Bulaga, Reiff, Eubanks, Richardson, Calloway, Vandervelde, Koeppel, Doering, Kuempel, Ferentz, Haganman, Gettis
DL - Binns, Ballard, Klug, Clayborn, Meade, Daniels, Daniel, Geary, Bigach, Hundertmark, Zusevics
LB - Edds, Angerer , Hunter, Tarpinian, Davis, Peterson, Nielsen,
DB - Castillo, Greenwood, Spievey, Prater, Sash, Cato, Rowell, Donatell, Herbst, White, Swanson, Conklin, Lowe, Hyde.
ST - Donahue, Murray, Mossbrucker, Schulze
Injury Report: McNutt injured his thumb in practice on Thursday and did not play until midway through the fourth quarter.
Geary dressed for the first time this season after having knee surgery. He did not play.
Special Teams: Who played on which units against Wisconsin:
Kick Return - Daniel, Leppert, Gimm, Robinson, Wegher, Daniels, O'Meara, Davis, Nielsen, Tarpinian, Cato.
Kick Coverage - Johnson, Murray, Davis, Nielsen, Cato, Hyde, Swanson, Rowell, O'Meara, Tarpinian, Lowe.
Punt Return - Sandeman, Hunter, Spievey, Sash, Angerer, Prater, Klug, Cato, Hyde, Greenwood, Davis.
Punt Coverage - Donahue, Spievey, Lowe, Edds, Sash, Johnson, Tarpinian, Morse, Nielsen, O'Meara, Schulze.
-Robinson replaced the injured Chaney on kickoffs.
-Johnson-Koulianos started for the first time this season.
-Iowa went for it on fourth and 10 on first drive. Stanzi threw to Davis, who was covered well and fell down.
-Third and long on Wisconsin's first drive Iowa brought in Tarpinian and Lowe for Hunter and Edds Angerer and Spievey blitzed and teamed up for a sack of Tolzien.
-Reiff and Vandervelde alternated playing at guard opposite Richardson in the first half. They each would play two series before giving way to the other. Richardson flipped back and forth between the left and right side of the line. Iowa opened the second half with Reiff and Vandervelde at guard.
-Richardson mixed it up with some of the Wisconsin players after Murray's 37-yard field goal late in the first half. The senior has shown his spirit several times this season when standing up to opponents.
-Stanzi was hit and fumbled late in the third quarter. Wisconsin took over deep in Iowa territory but the Hawkeye defense held together and Welch missed a 37-yard field goal attempt.
-Reisner threw an incredible block on Wisconsin linebacker Blake Sorensen to free up Robinson for his early third-quarter touchdown run.
-Iowa has outscored its opponents, 101-41, in the second half this season.
-Iowa snapped Wisconsin's five-game winning streak in homecoming contests.
-Ferentz improved his record at Camp Randall to 3-3.
-Johnson-Koulianos tied a career high for receptions in a game with eight on Saturday. He hauled in the same amount at Northwestern in 2007.
Iowa has scored on 30 of its last 34 trips into the red zone in its last 10 games.
-The announced attendance on Saturday was 81,043.
-Angerer led Iowa in tackles (9). He also was credited with a sack, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup.
-Daniels, Clayborn and Binns all registered a sack. Clayborn also had two tackles for loss.
Wisconsin Defensive Lineman O'Brien Schofield: "It just was a lack of focus in the second half. We stopped them pretty much the whole game, and they were just able to come some scores on a couple of plays. I feel like we still battled out throughout the whole game. We out-played them. We just didn't win."
Wisconsin Quarterback Scott Tolzien: "It was a completely different ball game than it was in the first half. Turnovers shot us in the foot. It was the case last week and it was again this week. I take it all on myself. Protection was good. It was just boneheaded decisions that killed me. We just battle ourselves, and we need to not do that. We just have to learn from that."