Iowa On The Search For 9-0

Cornielius Jackson-EdwardsCorrespondent IOctober 27, 2009

STATE COLLEGE, PA - SEPTEMBER 26:  Ricky Stanzi #12 of the Iowa Hawkeyes throws a pass while playing the Penn State Nittnay Lions on September 26, 2009 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. Iowa won the game 21-10. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

After Marvin McNutt's game-winning touchdown catch with no time on the block to beat the Michigan State Spartans, the Iowa Hawkeyes are now 8-0 for the first time in team history, and they are looking to go 9-0 after they play the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday.  Iowa has not been giving up this year and they've won some tough battles. They still have four games of hard football left when they play Indiana, Northwestern, Ohio State, and Minnesota. All those games are home games for the Hawkeyes except Ohio State which should be the toughest game left for them.

Iowa's running game has gone downhill with Shonn Greene going to the NFL and Jewel Hampton hurting his knee and he won't play at all this season. True freshman Adam Robinson and Brandon Wegher have been doing a good job for the Hawkeyes this season. Both have been hidden factors for the offense.

If Iowa can win the Big Ten, they will go to Pasadena, CA to play in the Rose Bowl. Go Hawkeyes.