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Penn State Nittany Lions vs Iowa Hawkeyes: Live Scores, Analysis and Results

IOWA CITY, IA- SEPTEMBER 29: Wide receiver A.J. Barker #82 of the Minnesota Gophers is brought down during the fourth quarter by linebacker James Morris #44, defensive back Micah Hyde #18 and defensive back John Lowdermilk #37 of the Iowa Hawkeyes on September 29, 2012 at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa defeated Minnesota 31-13. (Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images)
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David Fidler Correspondent INovember 14, 2016

Final Score: Penn State 38, Iowa 14,

The score doesn't do justice to how badly Iowa played this game.

After three quarters, the score was 31-0. To add insult to injury, Iowa likely lost two starting offensive linemen—Brandon Scherff and Andrew Donnal—for the year, and had a host of other minor injuries.

The passing game continues to sputter and it seems new defensive coordinator Phil Parker has even fewer answers than his predecessor to a precision, finesse-heavy offense.

Meanwhile, PSU quarterback Matt McGloin played a great game, consistently scanning the field and finding open receivers, of which there were plenty.

For a detailed breakdown check out 10 Things We Learned from the Hawkeyes Loss to Penn State.

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