September 24, 2005

TES - 2005 Hawkeye Football Game Notes - Week 4

Iowa’s Record 2-1, 0-0 Big Ten
Iowa’s Rankings
AP: #21
USA Today: #21
ESPN Power 16: Out
HARRIS: First poll 9/25
BCS: First poll 10/17

2005 Iowa Football Schedule
9/3/05 Iowa v. Ball State WIN 56-0
9/10/05 Iowa @ Iowa State LOSS 23-3
9/17/05 Iowa v. Northern Iowa WIN 45-21
9/24/05 Iowa @ Ohio State 12:05 PM, ABC
10/1/05 Iowa v. Illinois 12:05 PM, ESPN+
10/8/05 Iowa @ Purdue 4:35 PM, ESPN
10/15/05 Iowa v. Indiana TBD
10/22/05 Iowa v. Michigan TBD
10/29/05 Bye Week
11/5/05 Iowa @ Northwestern TBD
11/12/05 Iowa @ Wisconsin TBD
11/19/05 Iowa v. Minnesota TBD
1/2/06 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 4:30 PM ABC
1/2/06 Nokia Sugar Bowl 8:30 PM ABC
1/3/06 FedEx Orange Bowl 8:00 PM ABC
1/4/06 Rose Bowl – 2006 BCS Title Game 8:00 PM ABC

September 24th 2005 – Iowa Hawkeyes @ Ohio State Buckeyes 2-1, 0-0 Big 10
#8 AP, #9 USA Today Polls
Prior Games: 59, Ohio State leads 42-14-3
Last Game: Iowa 33, Ohio State 7 – largest margin of victory over the Buckeyes ever.

Email Matt If Columbus Bound
Are you going to Columbus this weekend, or thinking of going last minute?  If so, email club President Matt Stueland at Matt will be there and can let you know where the game day events for Hawkeye fans are taking place. Matt can also get you in touch with other NYC Hawkeyes who are driving and have room in their cars if you want to join

Game Watch: ‘The Best Game Watch Outside Of Kinnick.’
BLONDIES SPORTS 212 West 79th, (Broadway/Amsterdam).
1 train to 79th street, half a block east.  Several parking garages are nearby.
NOTE: If sitting on bar stools/standing for 3 hours is not ideal for you, we will be reserving a couple tables on the restaurant side of Blondies.  I cannot guarantee that you will have Iowa audio on that side, however - especially once the Big 10 season starts.

Last Week: Northern Iowa
All right – it seems there has been a little too much moaning going on over the Hawks 45-21 victory over the Panthers – which netted a school record 20 game home winning streak, 3rd best in Division 1.  When the starting offense left after the 3rd quarter, it was 38-7 Hawks – and could have been more, but we reigned in the offense after halftime.  Yes, the two blown coverages for tds in the 4th quarter were painful to see – but they occurred with the game in hand, and we knew going in the Panthers did have a very legit passing attack.  Of note, Tate was 15-18 for 247 and 2 tds, Albert Young now averages 8.3 yards per carry, and there were no turnovers (just as after the 5 turnover game last year) or offensive penalties.  We do need more pressure up front from the d-line – Greenway had 20 tackles last week, which is great, but too many for a linebacker.  But those guys are now a quarter of the way through their first starting season, so look for rapid improvement from week to week. This would be a good week to start getting into the backfield – as we have an ass whoopin’ we need to follow up on.