Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • WIS362
    • 289IOWA
  • Turnovers

    • WIS1
    • 2IOWA
  • Possession

    WISIOWA
    27:5432:06
  • 1st Downs

    • WIS15
    • 14IOWA

Game Information

Kinnick Stadium
Coverage: ABC/ESPN2
  • Iowa City, IA 52242
Attendance: 69,812
11/2/2013 Associated Press

White leads No. 24 Wisconsin to win at Iowa

James White ran for 132 yards and a pair of late touchdowns as 24th-ranked Wisconsin overwhelmed Iowa 28-9 on Saturday for its third straight win.

Scoring Summary

1234T
Wisconsin0771428
Iowa33309
first QuarterWISIOWA
FG
6:20
Mike Meyer 28 yard field goal GOOD.
iowa drive: 11 plays 28 yards, 04:07 iowa fg, 4:07
03
second QuarterWISIOWA
FG
4:52
Mike Meyer 22 yard field goal GOOD.
iowa drive: 13 plays 66 yards, 06:25 iowa fg, 6:25
06
TD
1:49
Joel Stave pass complete to Jacob Pedersen for 44 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
wisconsin drive: 6 plays 72 yards, 03:03 wisconsin td, 3:03
66
XP
1:49
Jack Russell extra point GOOD.
wisconsin drive: 6 plays 72 yards, 03:03 wisconsin td, 3:03
76
third QuarterWISIOWA
TD
7:34
Joel Stave pass complete to Jared Abbrederis for 20 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
wisconsin drive: 1 play 20 yards, 00:06 wisconsin td, 0:06
136
XP
7:34
Jack Russell extra point GOOD.
wisconsin drive: 1 play 20 yards, 00:06 wisconsin td, 0:06
146
FG
0:38
Mike Meyer 29 yard field goal GOOD.
iowa drive: 4 plays 48 yards, 01:49 iowa fg, 1:49
149
fourth QuarterWISIOWA
TD
6:29
James White rush for 11 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
wisconsin drive: 3 plays 25 yards, 01:14 wisconsin td, 1:14
209
XP
6:29
Jack Russell extra point GOOD.
wisconsin drive: 3 plays 25 yards, 01:14 wisconsin td, 1:14
219
TD
1:35
James White rush for 2 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
wisconsin drive: 8 plays 76 yards, 03:39 wisconsin td, 3:39
279
XP
1:35
Jack Russell extra point GOOD.
wisconsin drive: 8 plays 76 yards, 03:39 wisconsin td, 3:39
289

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