ESPN Official Box Score | Recap
The 9th ranked Hawkeyes elected to receive the kickoff and didn't look back. Iowa began with a balanced offense rushing Adam Robinson eight times on the opening drive for 33 yards. Ricky Stanzi completed 4/5 passes for 38 yards including an important completion to DJK to keep the drive moving on third and long. Stanzi's forth completion of the drive found Marvin McNutt at the five and he took it in for the touchdown.
Iowa State's opening drive resulted in a three-and-out after Iowa stuffed two runs by Alexander Robinson and forced an Arnuad pass high on third down. The end of the first quarter ended with Iowa controlling the ball accumulating 129 yards of offense to Iowa State's 3.
The second series the Hawkeyes saw the return of running back Jewel Hampton in the backfield. Hampton accumulated a little over 40 yards on the drive and recorded his first touchdown of the season.
Iowa continued to disrupt Iowa State's quick tempo offense as Karl Klug recorded his first sack of the season. Ricky Stanzi found McNutt on a deep route that went for 66 yards and put Iowa in position for it's third score. Stanzi found Reisner for the touchdown on the play-action fake to Adam Robinson making it 21-0 following the Mossbruker extra point.
After forcing another ISU punt Iowa's Adam Robinson broke off a 75 yard run on second and 20 being ruled down on the one yard line. After a handful of attempts and an ISU personal foul Stanzi crossed the goal line on a sneak pushing the score to 28-0 Iowa.
Half Time Stats:
Total Yards: Iowa 299 ISU 90
Ricky Stanzi 8/12 128 yds 2 TD
Adam Robinson 12 carries 114 yds
Jewel Hampton 12 carries 51 yds
Marvin McNutt 2 catch 75 yds 1 TD
The opening series of the second half went quickly for Iowa State. Shaun Prater made his first interception of 2010 stepping in front of an Arnaud pass. Iowa quickly went three-and-out punting out of of the endzone for a touchback.
Iowa State began their most successful drive of the game moving from their 20 to Iowa's redzone. On third and four Adrian Clayborn rushed Austen Arnaud forcing and overthrow and a Greenwood interception.
Iowa quickly responded after taking over at their own three yard line. Ricky Stanzi found Alan Reisner across the middle for a 55 yard gain. The next play Adam Robinson scampered off the left behind Reilly Reiff to score on a 39 yard touchdown run. The touchdown was his first of the game and put AROB at 156 yards on only 14 carries.
Iowa State again put together a drive advancing the ball into Iowa's redzone. Iowa State's Paul Rhoades passed on the field goal and went for the first down on 4th and 12 ending in an interception by Tyler Nielsen. It was Arnaud's third interception on the game.
By the fourth quarter many around the state of Iowa were either passed out drunk or sound asleep on the couch. The game was a real snoozer as Iowa sent in the back-ups at the 10 minute mark. Iowa State stayed with their starters throughout the end of the game and got the no-touchdown monkey off their back. Arnaud found Darks on the swing to make the score 35-7, Hawkeyes.
Stanzi's final numbers 11/18 204 yds 2 TD
Adam Robinson 14 rush 156 1 TD
Hampton 20 rush 83 yrds 1 TD
DJK, Resiner, McNutt each over 60 yards receiving
Sacks Alvis, Klug
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