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Iowa vs. Wisconsin

After both teams sputtered out on offense going three and out, A. J. Epenesa makes the first big play of the game with a strip sack to give the Hawkeyes great field positon inside the red zone.

Keith Duncan capitalizes off of the turnover kicking a 24 yard field goal to give Iowa a 3-0 lead with 7:38 left in the first quarter.

Danny Davis gives the Badgers their first lead of they day rushing 17 yards for the touchdown with 9:44 left to play in the first half.  Wisconsin leads 7-3.  40 631

With 6:31 left in the first half Duncan splits the uprights again with a 40 yard field goal to bring Iowa within 1 of Wisconsin.  The Hawkeyes trail 6-7.

Davis gets his second touchdown of the day on a 4 yard catch with 14 seconds left in the half to extend the Badger lead.  At the half Iowa trails 6-14.

The Badgers get some explosiveness on offense scoring on a 27 yard touchdown pass from Jack Coan to Quintez Cephus extending their lead 21-6 with 2:08 left in the third quarter.

The Hawkeyes are able to find the end zone to open up the fourth quarter on a 3 yard Nate Stanley touchdown pass to Nico Ragaini. Iowa trails 13-21 with 14:06 left to play in the game.

After a Matt Hankins interception the Hawkeyes settle for another field goal, Duncan hits a 39 yarder to bring the score to 16-21 with 9:27 left to play.

The Badgers are able to tack on three more on a 29 yard field goal Collin Larsh.  Wisconsin leads 24-16 with 3:23 left in regulation.

Stanley finds Tyrone Tracy on a 75 yard bomb to the house to bring the Hawkeyes within two points with 3:12 left to play in the game.

Final in Madison Iowa 22 Wisconsin 24.






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