On first down Brandon Williams caught a pass in the front corner of the end zone, beating Hawkeye corner Antwan Allen on the play.
Drive summary: 4 plays, 32 yards, 1:32
Key plays: On third-and-five at the Iowa 27, the Badgers threw a middle screen pass to tailback Brian Calhoun who ran down to the Hawkeye 7. Williams, however, was called for holding Allen at the 2, and the Badgers were pushed back to the 17.
Wisconsin started its drive at the Iowa 32, after Joe Stellmacher intercepted a Drew Tate pass and returned it 30 yards. Tate had receiver Ed Hinkel open, but safety Roderick Rogers closed quickly and delivered a jarring hit, popping the ball up into the air for Stellmacher.
Badgers: Mehlhaff 24 field goal
Wisconsin 10, Iowa 0, first quarter, 0:47
Scoring summary: 12 plays, 59 yards, 4:43
Key plays: On second-and-one from the 2, UW tried to run Brian Calhoun wide left out of a jumbo formation, but he was forced out of bounds for no gain.
Hawkeyes: Kyle Schlicher 35 field goal
Wisconsin 10, Iowa 3, second quarter, 11:00
Drive summary: 14 plays, 64 yards, 4:42
Key plays: On third-and-six at the UW 31, Drew Tate completed a screen pass to receiver Ed Hinkel, who darted for 13 yards.
Two plays later, however, the Hawkeyes were called for holding, pushing them back to the 28.
Hawkeyes: Champ Davis 6 pass from Drew Tate (Schlicher kick)
Iowa 10, Wisconsin 10, third quarter, 10:11
On third-and-goal Tate feathered a pass out to fullback Champ Davis in the left flat. Davis caught the pass, turned and beat linebacker Dontez Sanders into the end zone.
Drive summary: 8 plays, 75 yards, 2:20
Key plays: On the first play of the drive Tate threw complete to Clinton Solomon on a deep post for a 40-yard gain. On the next play, Tate found Solomon again, this time near the right sideline for 15 yards.
Hawkeyes: Ryan Majerus 13 pass from Tate (Schlicher kick)
Iowa 17, Wisconsin 10, third quarter, 1:11
On third-and-two, Iowa lined up in a heavy formation and the Badgers countered with their goal-line defense. Tate executed a play-action fake to Albert Young and reserve tight end Majerus was wide open behind the defense. He caught Tate's pass with his back to the end zone and backpedaled the last few yards in for the score.
Drive summary: 7 plays, 80 yards, 2:33
Key plays: On second-and-10 at Iowa 20, Tate threw incomplete to Albert Young. But defensive end Kurt Ware was called for pass interference, giving Iowa a first down at the 35.
On the next three plays, Young made the Badgers pay in a big way, running for 4, 25 and 15 yards.
Hawkeyes: Schlicher 32 field goal
Iowa 20, Wisconsin 10, fourth quarter, 9:21
Drive summary: 8 plays, 47 yards, 2:38
Key play: On the second play of the drive, Tate connected with Young for 35 yards on a screen pass to the UW 26.