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2dHeather Dinich

Report: Iowa reopens band abuse investigation

Allegations from members of the Hawkeye Marching Band include accounts of verbal and physical sexual harassment and assault, as well as lasting bruises from objects that were thrown by Iowa State fans.

SVP has nothing but praise for donations from 'beer money' sign (2:22)
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5dHeather Dinich

Iowa, ISU urge fans of rivalry to curb hostilities

Iowa and Iowa State issued a joint statement acknowledging "the conduct directed at the students in our respective marching bands recently has been rude, vulgar, and in some cases, violent."

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3dTom VanHaaren

'Beer money' sign still chugging along for charity

Iowa State fan Carson King just asked for some money to buy beer with his GameDay sign. Instead, he will donate his proceeds -- now more than $600,000 so far -- to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.

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7dHeather Dinich

Iowa band alleges 'inappropriate actions' at ISU

In a statement released Monday, Iowa said it is looking into allegations of "inappropriate actions" made toward members of the Hawkeye Marching Band during Saturday's game at rival Iowa State.


The CFB Pod: Lawrence still has work to do, UCF deserves more respect

Kirk and Kevin discuss Clemson's big win up at Syracuse, including a breakdown of the performances by Trevor Lawrence and Amari Rodgers (1:34). Plus, why Iowa's win over Iowa State had a bigger impact on Kirk than he anticipated (16:50), why UCF topping Stanford shows they deserve more respect nationally (24:59) and the game he "can't wait" to see from next weekend (33:50).

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College football conference power rankings

With starting QB Feleipe Franks out, can Kyle Trask and Florida give Georgia a run for its money? We rank every team in every Power 5 conference.

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9dAdam Rittenberg

Sandwich delivery fuels Iowa through 2-hour delay

Iowa's team managers, with the help of a police escort, procured about 60 sandwiches from three different local eateries to help the players through a prolonged lightning delay on Saturday, the second of the night.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Iowa defensive back Devonte Young, who had the game-winning fumble recovery, on the significance of the Iowa State win.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Iowa QB Nathan Stanley on the team's third-down success (10 of 19) in the win over Iowa State.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz thanked the team managers and state troopers for buying 60 sandwiches from several restaurants for players to eat during the second lightning delay at Iowa State.


Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz on Iowa State's tough defense and QB Nathan Stanley's poise in the second half.


No. 19 Iowa rallies to beat Iowa State, 18-17

Nate Stanley threw for 201 yards and ran for a score, and No. 19 Iowa made a big fourth-down stop late in the game, allowing the Hawkeyes to beat Iowa State 18-17 on Saturday night for their fifth straight win over the Cyclones.

Iowa locks up win after Iowa State muffs punt in brutal fashion (0:36)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Nice drive by Brock Purdy and Iowa State to reclaim the lead. Like Nate Stanley, Purdy has has had to settle for short to medium gains other than the 73-yard touchdown. But he has been steady in and out of the pocket. Good red zone defense by Iowa there.

Iowa State scores game's first TD with trick play (0:30)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Third down has been the money down for Iowa and QB Nate Stanley, who finally reach the end zone to reclaim the lead with 12:10 to play. Iowa has converted 9 of 15 third-down opportunities. Stanley showed good mobility on the drive, converting third-and-11 on a well-designed run to the right.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Iowa converts the Brock Purdy fumble into a field goal and trails 7-6 after a first half that featured two lightning delays totaling nearly three hours. The Hawkeyes ran 15 more plays than Iowa State but struggled to stretch the field against a very active Cyclone defense. Purdy completed 12 of 13 passes for 86 yards in the half.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

And now a rainbow over Jack Trice Stadium.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

Teams are back on the field in Ames. Game restart set for 4:20 pm local time.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Senior Writer 

An impressive opening drive for Iowa, which converted three third downs behind QB Nathan Stanley, who made very good decisions in the pocket. Iowa State's defense gets a much-needed stop, and the Hawkeyes must feel unfulfilled after getting only a field goal out of a drive that ate up half of the first quarter.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards232.380th
Rushing Yards173.062nd
Points For28.7
Points Against10.3