Nate Stanley threw for 86 yards and a touchdown and 19th-ranked Iowa pummeled Maryland 23-0 on Saturday for its third straight victory.
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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer
No. 19 Iowa, newly ranked this week, followed up two straight offensive outbursts with a defensive gem in blanking Maryland 23-0 in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes allowed 115 yards, the lowest figure gained against a Kirk Ferentz-coached team in a Big Ten over 20 seasons. A trip to Penn State is next for 6-1 Iowa.
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Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer
Defensive performance of the year by the Iowa Hawkeyes, who limited Maryland to 115 total yards, seven first downs and 19:05 of possession in a 23-0 victory. Just to complete the old-school feel, game time came in well below three hours. As if we needed reminding that there's no one more old school than Kirk Ferentz.
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Shea Patterson threw for a season-high 282 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 15 Michigan burshed off a sloppy start to beat Maryland 42-21 Saturday.