Iowa football is always the main topic in Iowa Breakfast Club, Land of 10’s daily Hawkeyes notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Hawkeyes sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Iowa football, recruiting, basketball and more. There is no moral victory for Iowa in its 21-19 loss to No. 4 Penn State on Saturday, but there was plenty for the Hawkeyes to like from the contest. Land of 10 breaks it all down. Iowa needed one more stop.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — The biggest play in the No. 4 Penn State-Iowa contest was the final one, the one that handed the Hawkeyes a 21-19 loss. Land of 10 already dissected the Nittany Lions touchdown pass, and the final drive, extensively. No need to rehash it, but there is plenty of ground to cover from a 60-minute game where Iowa nearly upset an opponent with national title hopes. What does the performance mean? What do the Hawkeyes take away from it? Are there are any warning signs going forward?
IOWA CITY, Iowa — When Akrum Wadley’s 35-yard touchdown run put Iowa up 19-15 in the fourth quarter, linebacker Josey Jewell delivered a message to the defense: one more stop. It’s all the Hawkeyes needed to knock off No. 4 Penn State on Saturday. The only thing standing in the way was 1 minute, 36 seconds of clock and one of the most prolific offenses in the country. “We knew they were probably going to score a touchdown or something without time expiring,” Jewell said.
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