The Hawk-EYE

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  1. Sweetness

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    The Hawk-EYE

    The year started off with promise, our Hawkeyes ranked #21. Now they stand at #18 and are going to keep on moving close to the roses.

    FIRST GAME:
    Iowa dominated Northern Iowa 55-3. Ricki Stanzi passed for over 200 yards and Jewel Hampton ignited it all with over 150 yards rushing and 4 total touchdowns. Iowa's defense only allowed 2 first downs.


    SECOND GAME: Iowa at Iowa State
    Iowa State will never be able to beat Iowa under Coach White's helm Corso said, and it seemed like he was right.
    Iowa 45 - Iowa State 7

    The game was again led by Stanzi and Hampton with the Defense only allowing 4 first downs.

    THIRD GAME: #18 Iowa at #13 Penn State
    Like Lee Corso's prediction, Penn State is over-rated. Iowa wins it big.

    Iowa 38 - Penn State 30 Final

    The game started off with not only allowing PSU's offense 8 yards and punt. Stanzi's quick passing attack combined with Hampton's power running earned 14 points in two drives.
    Penn State got their first down by a huge pass to Evan Royser, 78 yards untouched. The safety slipped in the rain turf. At the end of the half Iowa was up 24-7. Thanks to two key INT's by Captain MLB Pat Angerer. He also had 6 tackles (2 TFL) and a FF. Which earned him the player of the game. Iowa's defense was standout, allowing only 14 points going into the 4th quarter. Iowa's offense was barely on the field too. Scoring on 4 plays in 2 drives. The score was 38-14. Iowa looked like they had the win. Somehow, Penn State jumped off the bus and quickly ralleyed with the fans and shutdown Iowa's offense and made Iowa's defense look like Northern Iowa. Scoring 16 points quickly got them just 8 points behind and an onside kick with 52 seconds remaining.

    " And there goes the kick, bounces, recovered by Iowa!!! No wait! A big hit by Penn State! Fumble Fumble Fumble! Recovered by PSU! PSU! has the ball!" Brent Musburger said during the game.

    PSU had one last chance. Driving down the field. At PSU's own 42. 2 seconds left.

    "Red 44, Red 44, down, set, hit!"
    Just two pass rushes and the DE's in contain.

    "... Steps back, looking, watch out for Klug (Iowa DT) NO! Klug with the huge hit and it's over! it's over! Hawkeyes win!"
     
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    Iowa win another, improve to 5-0.

    #14 Iowa 41 vs Arkansas State 20


    The game started off with a 69 yard rush by Jewel Hampton, NCAA's leading rusher and touchdown holder. It went down-hill from there, Hampton ending the game going 24 for 322 and 4 total touchdows. Ricki Stanzi capped off with 17-21 252 yards 2 TD and 1 int.
    Iowa is lucky to win by such a big margain, having 5 turnovers. (6 fumbles)NCAA's #1 defense proved right holding ASU to only one offensive touchdown. The #1 D-Line claimed by Sports Illustrated had a fantastic game with 11 pressure, 7 hits, and 4 sacks. Lots of blitzes rattled ASU.
    At one point the game was 28-20 Iowa. Coach Mamba told his offense "Get that longball working and Hampton will break open." That it did. Stanzi throwing to Johnson Kouli 5 times for 158 yards with 4 of those catches being 30 or more yards.

     
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    OVER TIME THRILLER! IOWA WINS 37-34!


    Iowa maintains their undefeated streak by squeeking one out over that team up north.

    Back and forth both teams went, scoring TD after touchdown, stop after stop. The Half ended 21-21. Jewel Hampton not even over 100 yards yet. Iowa came back into the game knowing one thing, they have to win this for the Roses or possibly the national championship title game. So Hampton and his offense took the field with a major confidence boost.The offense came out with a huge 75 pass by Ricki Stanzi for a touchdown. Michigan answered with a 42 yard pass for a touchdown. Back and forth they went untill Overtime. First play of overtime was a 6 yard sack by Iowa's #1 D-Line. Next play was a 5 yard pick up. 3rd and 11. Next play was a run yard rush. 4th and 10, timeout to ice the kicker. Icing the kicker didnt help at Michigan put 3 points on the board with ease. Iowa tried running the ball in OT but they only got 4 yards on 3 carries. Third down, screen play, 1st down and 15 to go. Tried running, stopped. Again, stopped. 3rd and 7. "Vandenberg takes the snap, looking, pump fakes, rolls to left, throws.... TOUCHDOWN!! IT's OVER IOWA REMAINS UNDEFEATED!"
     

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