November 10, 2007

TES - 2007 Hawkeye Football Game Notes Week 11

Iowa’s Record:  5-5, 3-4 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 Loss 27-7
October 13th Iowa v. Illinois WIN 10-6
October 20th Iowa @ Purdue Loss 31-6
October 27th Iowa v. Michigan State WIN 34-27 2OT
November 3rd Iowa @ Northwestern WIN 28-17
November 10th Iowa v. Minnesota 12:05 PM, Big Ten
November 17th Iowa v. Western Michigan 3:35 PM, Big Ten

November 10th, 2007: Iowa Hawkeyes v. Minnesota Golden Gophers 1-9, 0-6 Big Ten
Prior Games: 100, Minnesota leads 59-39-2
Last Game: 2006, Iowa 21, Minnesota 34

Current Turnover Margin: +11

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: Northwestern
Well once again the Hawks sleepwalked their way through quarter one (three 3 and outs, netting 12 yards.  But that’s 13 more yards than they got in Q1 last week!).  Meanwhile the defense was getting torched for 196 yards.  Offense did the same for much of Q2, finally waking up at the 2:10 mark after the defense stuffed the Wildcats on a 3 and out from the Northwestern 3 yard line.  The resulting punt gave the Hawks the ball at the 40 and Jake woke up, drove them down the field, and hit Stross for a 20 yard touchdown.  52 air yards on the drive and the Hawks found themselves down by just 7.  That we were not down by much more was quite surprising, they way things looked in the 1st.