Rob Report: Indiana

HI publisher Rob Howe checks in with news and notes from the press box after Iowa's 42-24 win against Indiana on Saturday at Kinnick.

IOWA CITY, Iowa. - Notes from the Iowa's win against Indiana here on Saturday Night.

All-Dressed Up: Iowa players in uniform for the Indiana game:

QB - Stanzi, Vandenberg, Wienke, Suess.

RB - Reisen, Wegher, Morse, Brown, Rogers, Leppert. O'Meara.

WR - Kuchel, Staggs, Pregont, Nordmann, Johnson-Koulianos, Cotton, Evans, McNutt, Stross,

TE - Griggs, Herman, Gimm, Furlong, Davis, Moeaki, Derby, Getz. Kreiter,

OL - Bulaga, Reiff, Eubanks, Vandervelde, Calloway, Zusevics, Boffeli, Haganman, Tobin, Gettis, Koeppel, Doering, Detweiler, Van Sloten, McMillan, Ferentz

DL - Forgy, Daniel, Nardo, Clayborn, Ballard, Binns, Christensen, Hundertmark, Hopkins, Meade, Daniels, Geary,

LB - Hunter, DiBona, Nielsen, Davis, Peterson, Edds, Angerer, Tarpinian, Johnson.

DB - Hyde, Spievey, Sash, Conklin, Rowell, Steinbrecher, Greenwood, Nielsen, Prater, Castillo, White, Swanson, Herbst, Donatell, Lowe, Cato, Greiner, Sleeper

ST - Murray, Mossbrucker, Donahue, Schulze, Guthrie

Injury Report:

-Greenwood looked ready to go in the pregame, but decided he wasn't able to play and was replaced by Conklin.

-Clayborn left the game with a left leg injury late in the third quarter. LeBron Daniel replaced him. Clayborn came back a short time later.

-Hunter was replaced by Tarpinian in the late in the second half. Ferentz said that Hunter was OK.

-Stross got banged up during the game. Ferentz said he expected him to be OK.

Special Teams: Who played on which units against Indiana:

Kick Return - Davis, Johnson-Koulianos, Leppert, Gimm, Daniels, Tarpinian, Castillo, Nielsen, Davis, O'Meara, Daniel.

Kick Coverage - Murray, Tarpinian, Nielsen, Rowell, Kuchel, Lowe, Davis, Swanson, Johnson, Herman, Rowell.

Punt Return - Davis, O'Meara, Lowe, Nielsen, Tarpinian, Swanson, White, Rowell, Edds

Punt Coverage - Donahue, Spievey, Johnson, O'Meara, Edds, Sash, Morse, Lowe, White, Davis, Cato, .

Quick Notes:

-True freshman Brad Rogers and Josh Brown were among the seven RBs and FBs dressed for the game.

-Davis returned punts for the first time this season. He and Johnson-Koulianos dropped back for kick returns. Spievey replaced Davis after the latter muffed his first attempt.

-Short-handed at WR with Chaney and Sandeman sidelined, Nordmann worked as the fifth wideout.

-After Iowa ran the ball on a third and long midway through the second quarter, boos could be heard in Kinnick.

-Iowa used Tarpinian in place of Hunter when Indiana got into the red zone and employed the pistol. Iowa also ran a 3-4 with Tarpinian replacing Klug.

-Gimm was called for a hold that brought back a big kick return by Johnson-Koulianos late in the second quarter.

-Eubanks executed a great kick-out block on Wegher's touchdown run late first half.

-One a fourth and short late in the first half, Ballard was drawn offsides by a hard snap count. Iowa had a chance to get the ball back. Indiana ended up punting, but Spievey fumbled on the return and the Hoosiers ended up turning into a TD to take a 21-7 lead into halftime.

-Iowa's largest halftime deficit this season prior to Saturday was 10-3 against Northern Iowa.

-Former Iowa Athletics Director Bob Bowlsby watched his first game at Kinnick since leaving for Stanford.

-Stanzi became the first Iowa quarterback to throw four or more interceptions in a game since Jason Manson was picked four times at Syracuse in 2006. Gary Snook was the last Iowa QB to throw five picks in a game. That happened in the mid-60s.

Quotes:

Bill Lynch on Sash's interception being the game-changer: The fact that we came back and had a score, that ended up being a field goal and then we still had a missed field goal that was close. So you know, I'm not getting into what was the biggest play. Obviously, when we had them pinned down there, then the one that was 96 yards that was a big play right there. You know, when they get the 98-yard play from their defense and then 96 on offense, those are big plays that are tough to overcome."


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