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4/23/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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4/23/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/23/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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Hawkeyes set sights on Badgers

Madison, WI (Sports Network) - The 11th-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes head to Madison riding the second longest winning streak in the nation and they will attempt to keep that going this weekend against the Wisconsin Badgers in a Big Ten matchup.

Behind good coaching, steady play and a little bit of luck, the Hawkeyes have won their initial six games of the season for the first time since 1985. Iowa has won half of its outings by three points or fewer and that includes a 30-28 triumph over Michigan this past weekend.

"Week by week and inch by inch," said head coach Kirk Ferentz about the key to the team's winning streak. "That's what we need to do from here on, is just try to take it week by week. Most of those cliches are pretty true."

Dating back to last season, Iowa has now won 10 consecutive games, marking the programs's longest streak since capturing 20 straight victories between 1920 and 1923. Iowa, which fell out of the Top 25 following a near upset to Northern Iowa (17-16) in the season opener, has climbed all the way to No.11 and is now a frontrunner for the Big Ten title.

Standing in their way however, is a solid Wisconsin club that has played several close games itself, winning four its five bouts by eight points or fewer. The Badgers though, are coming off their first loss, as they suffered a 31-13 defeat at highly-ranked Ohio State this past weekend.

"This is disappointing for our guys," said head coach Bret Bielema. "We felt good coming in and we really didn't get things done in the second half. I'm glad to be heading back home to Wisconsin."

The Badgers should certainly feel happy about returning to Madison, as Wisconsin has won seven straight home games and is 34-3 at Camp Randall Stadium since the start of the 2004 season.

As far as the all-time series is concerned, Wisconsin and Iowa are deadlocked at 41-41-2, with the Hawkeyes capturing 22 of the last 30 meetings. Last season, the Hawkeyes posted a 38-16 win over the Badgers in Iowa City to take a 3-2 edge in the battle for the Heartland Trophy, which was introduced prior to the 2004 encounter.

The Hawkeyes continue to do just enough to win games on offense, as they gained 367 total yards, right on their season average of 363.0 ypg, in a 30-28 win over Michigan this past weekend. Quarterback Ricky Stanzi shouldered the load since the ground game managed only 83 yards, as threw for 284 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The performance was a solid one for Stanzi, who doesn't typically put up big numbers, but always comes clutch and that is most important.

Stanzi was certainly happy to see Tony Moeaki back in the lineup, as the tight end hauled in six balls for 105 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win over Michigan. One of Stanzi's favorite targets, Moeaki had missed the prior three games with an ankle injury and the offense was instantly better with his return.

"Yeah, good to see Tony back for a lot of reasons," said coach Ferentz. "He blocks well for us, and he's a guy that has emerged as a strong leader."

Iowa, as a team, didn't do much on the ground last weekend, but Adam Robinson did run for 70 yards on just 10 carries. The redshirt freshman took on a larger role after injuries derailed the running game and he has responded in a good way, gaining 429 yards and four scores on the ground.

Iowa has thrived on the defensive side of the ball, as the unit is limiting foes to 305.3 total ypg, including a mere 171.0 ypg through the air. The defense has certainly made things happen with big plays, forcing 19 turnovers, with 12 of those coming by way of interception.

Last weekend, Iowa gave up a few more points that it is accustomed too, but the defense made its impact felt by forcing five turnovers, one of which was an interception by Brett Greenwood in the final minute to seal the 30-28 win.

Jeremiha Hunter and Pat Angerer, the team's top two tacklers on the season, each finished with 12 stops in the game against Michigan, with Hunter also recording a fumble recovery and interception. Another player to keep a watch out for is Tyler Sash, who has a nose for the ball with five interceptions on the campaign.

The Badgers gained 368 total yards, twice as many as OSU, and held the ball for over 42 minutes in last weekend's game. However, quarterback Scott Tolzien threw a pair of interceptions that were returned for touchdowns and the special teams allowed a 96-yard kickoff return for a score and that made the difference in the 31-13 loss.

"Anytime you give Ohio State points without their offense being on the field you're going to have problems," said coach Bielema.

The picks came from Tolzien, but he was under pressure all game and sacked six times. Tolzien, who had been sacked just twice going into the game, obviously struggled with the pressure and completed only 27-of-45 tosses for 250 yards. Behind outstanding protection for most of the season, Tolzien has completed 64.1 percent of his tosses with nine scores and five interceptions.

Tolzien hasn't favored any one target, as Garrett Graham, Nick Toon and Isaac Anderson have each gone over 300 yards receiving already.

In the backfield, John Clay heads a ground attack, which is averaging 200.7 ypg, with 641 yards and seven scores. Clay however, could never really get going last weekend and finished with just 59 yards on 20 carries in the loss to OSU.

Defensively, Wisconsin put forth a rather stout performance last weekend and limited OSU's offense to just eight first downs and only one touchdown. The Badgers, who are allowing 333.2 total ypg on the year, surrendered only 184 yards to OSU while recording two sacks to bring their season total to 16.

"Our defense played well out there today" said Bielema. "Obviously we don't want to pat anybody on the back after a loss. We didn't get the turnovers like we needed."

The Badgers managed only one turnover on an interception by Culmer St. Jean, who also added seven stops. O'Brien Schofield continued to shine as well, notching seven stops to go with two sacks and 3.5 TFLs in the defeat. The veteran leads the nation with 14.5 TFLs and the Big Ten with 6.5 sacks, and expect him to make an impact this weekend.

10/14/2009 11:15:48 AM