#18 Iowa 23, #17 Minnesota 19 (Final)

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Who wins?

  1. Iowa

    50.0%
  2. Minnesota

    50.0%
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    Dah Gofurs are marchin!

    Go Bucks
     
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    Fleck just cost them a first & goal.
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    Terrible decision by him. May cost them the game.
     
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    Yup.

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    Iowa - 23
    Minnesota - 13

    4th Quarter
     
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    NO. 20 IOWA 23, NO. 8 MINNESOTA 19
    Hawkeye defensive end A.J. Epenesa showed exactly why he's going to be a top NFL Draft pick in April. The Gophers had the ball with just over a minute left, and P.J. Fleck's squad had a chance to take the lead. Epenesa delivered what may have been the play of the game with a late sack of Tanner Morgan. The eight-yard loss was one of his 2.5 sacks and helped to seal the deal for the Hawkeyes.

    Nate Stanley and Tyler Goodson did the bulk of the work for the Iowa offense. Stanley threw for 173 and two scores while Goodson led the way on the ground with 94 yards and a touchdown. The Hawkeye defense recorded six sacks on the day and Epenesa was constantly wreaking havoc in the Gopher backfield.

    Tanner Morgan and the Minnesota passing game did have another productive outing. Morgan threw for 368 yards and a touchdown before getting banged up late in the fourth quarter. Tyler Johnson had nine catches for 170 yards and a score while Rashod Bateman added six for 98 yards.

    The Gophers still control their own destiny in the West Division, but this obviously puts a damper on any sort of playoff hopes. Iowa has now won five in a row in the rivalry.
     

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