October 6, 2007

TES - 2007 Hawkeye Football Game Notes Week 6

Iowa’s Record:  2-3, 0-2 Big Ten
Iowa’s Rankings
USA Today:
ESPN Power 16: 
ESPNU Allstate: 

2007 Iowa Football Schedule
September 1st Iowa @ Northern Illinois WIN 16-3
September 8th Iowa v. Syracuse WIN 35-0
September 15th Iowa @ Iowa State Loss 15-13
September 22nd Iowa @ Wisconsin Loss 17-13
September 29th Iowa v. Indiana Loss 38-20
October 6th Iowa @ Penn State 3:35 PM ABC (Big Ten markets), ESPN2 everywhere else.
October 14th Iowa v. Illinois 12:05 PM, ESPN2
October 20th Iowa @ Purdue TBD
October 27th Iowa v. Michigan State (Family Weekend) TBD
November 3rd Iowa @ Northwestern TBD
November 10th Iowa v. Minnesota TBD
November 17th Iowa v. Western Michigan TBD

October 6th 2007: Iowa Hawkeyes @ Penn State Nittany Lions 3-2, 0-2 Big Ten
Prior Games: 19, Penn State leads 10-9
Last Game: 2004 – Iowa 6, Penn State 4

Current Turnover Margin: +5

Depth Chart for this week:

Use above in conjunction with –

Iowa City PD Arrest Blotter:

Game Watch: ‘The Best Game Watch Outside Of Kinnick.’
BLONDIES SPORTS 212 West 79th, (Broadway/Amsterdam).

1 train to 79th street, then 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.  Call the bar at 212 362-4360 to reserve table space.  We will not always have Hawkeye audio on the restaurant side, however.

Last Week: Indiana
So – some of you peeps at the bar challenged me to find something positive to write about this game.  And so I present – through two Big Ten games the Hawks have not allowed a single punt return yard.  HA! You all owe me a drink.

Alas, that was pretty much it.  Especially concerning the ‘special’ teams, who not only did not kick in some points as I had wanted, but in fact gave 7 of them back (negative points?) with the two missed field goals (one by each kicker) and the botched extra point (by Signor).  A lost fumble on a punt return, too.  Certainly did not make things any easier for the offense or defense, which had problems of their own to overcome.