Hawkeyereport.com Iowa Wins Battle for Cy-Hawk The #10 Iowa Hawkeyes Claim the Cy-Hawk Trophy as they shutout the Cyclones 30-0 CLICK HERE TO VIEW PICS AND VIDS ON DW! The #10 Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0,0-0) started out the 2010 season with a dominating win over their bitter rival the Iowa State Cyclones. The Hawks were able to put together a strong showing on offense as well as hold the Cyclones to a total of 168 yards, while forcing 2 turnovers in the win. "It was a great game to open up with. We are continuing to build on our success last season. With a few tough games on the schedule in the upcoming weeks, I hope we can continue to play well on both sides of the ball," stated Senior QB Ricky Stanzi who is fully recovered from an ankle injury which sidelined him against Ohio State last season. The Hawkeyes totaled 450 total yards of offense with 257 of it being on the ground. RSSO RB Adam Robinson led the charge with 20 carries for 106 yards and 2 TD's. SO RB Brandon Wegher added 79 yards off of 14 carries and RSSO RB Jewel Hampton carried the ball 8 times for 84 yards with 1 TD. "Our backfield is extremely young and talented. We have guys fighting for positions but I know that we can put together some great long drives as long as our guys trust their abilities." commented Coach Frisk once asked about the runningback situation. Senior QB Ricky Stanzi played well completing 10 of 16 passes for 193 yards. Leading receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos caught 3 passes for 97 yards. The Iowa Hawkeyes defense was led by starting MLB Jeff Tarpinian who accounted for 7 tackles, 5 solo, 2 assists, 1 tackle for a loss, and 1 forced fumble. His electric personality on the field exemplified that he is able to take over the role as leader for a always tough Iowa Hawkeye defense. Other defensive leaders DE Adrian Clayborn and SS Tyler Sash tallied 3 tackles a piece. CB Greg Castillo recorded the games only interception. The #10 Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0,0-0) now look towards next week as they stracel to Baylor to take on H22APWRD94 and the Bears.