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Hawkeyes' road win streak continues

Iowa's win at Purdue last Saturday was its ninth straight road win, breaking a school record set in 1920-23. It's the third-best record in FBS behind Ohio State's 20 and Alabama's 10. Flipping the field

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State's road winning streak grabs headlines, but Iowa quietly won its ninth consecutive road game Saturday, breaking a team record set from 1920 to 1923. Iowa still plays at Penn State and Illinois this season.

Iowa comes up big in win over Purdue (1:23)

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa hangs on for a 49-35 victory against Purdue to set a school record with its ninth consecutive road win. The teams combined for 1,024 yards of total offense in what turned into a shootout. Purdue QB David Blough was exceptional, throwing for 458 yards with five touchdowns and one interception. But Purdue's run defense struggled all day. Iowa tailbacks Akrum Wadley and LeShun Daniels Jr. accounted for 326 rushing yards with three touchdowns. Now, the Hawkeyes are back in the thick of the Big Ten West race.


Desmond King piles it on with pick-six

King, who had eight interceptions last year, nabbed his first of the season and went 40 yards the other way with it for a TD and a 49-28 Iowa lead over Purdue.

Anish Shroff ESPN Commentator 

Purdue has no answer for Iowa's rushing attack. The Hawkeyes piled up 269 rush yards in the first half (on 27 attempts). The Boilermakers have given up 984 rushing yards in the last 10 quarters.


Hawkeyes running all over Purdue

One play after Purdue scored, Iowa's Akrum Wadley goes 75 yards to the house. The Hawkeyes lead 35-7 on ESPN2.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa has absolutely dominated Purdue with an incredible rushing attack during the first half to take a 35–7 lead. The Hawkeyes have 27 rushing attempts for 269 yards and four touchdowns. Akrum Wadley broke a 75-yard TD run and has 138 yards rushing on only eight carries. This is exactly the type of performance Iowa needed ahead of a tough stretch with Wisconsin, Penn State and Michigan the next three games. Purdue left the field for halftime to a smattering of boos from the home crowd.

Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz happy with the way his offense played in the 1st half (0:26)

Team Stats

Passing Yards184.1101st
Rushing Yards180.058th
Points For30.961st
Points Against19.121st

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