Wisconsin vs. Iowa: Live Blog, Stats and Play-By-Play Analysis
After an impressive victory over then No. 1 Ohio State, the Wisconsin Badgers are set to face the Iowa Hawkeyes for a key Big-Ten match up Saturday afternoon at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa.
Both teams have their eyes on securing the Heartland Trophy for the final time before being moved to separate divisions within the Big Ten Conference in 2011.
They will then only see each other twice every five years.
Live coverage of this crucial Big Ten Conference game will be televised by ABC or ESPN depending on where you reside, with kickoff scheduled for 3:36pm/ET.
Stay tuned right here for live game updates, discussions and much more.
Well folks, it's been a pleasure live blogging today's game. With that, I'm turning over coverage of this game to the other fine Bleacher Report writers who cover the Iowa Hawkeyes and you can watch for their work for more insight about today's game. Have a great weekend and please be safe in whatever you decide to do this weekend!
For the second time this season, Iowa's special teams costs them a victory. What might have been if Iowa were able to successfully kick that extra point early in the game.
Time expires after Robinson is unable to get out of bounds after a reception. WISCONSIN WINS 31-30.
Twelve seconds left in the game...
Fourth and one: Robinson rushes for one yard and the first-down.
Third and 21: Stanzi pass complete to McNutt, but one yard short of the first down.
Second and 21 for Iowa: Stanzi pass incomplete to Johnson-Koulianos.
Stanzi sacked by Watt for a loss of 10 yards.
Stanzi pass complete to Reisner to the 49 yard-line.
Third-and-one for Iowa: Robinson rushes by two yards and a first down. :46 to play.
Wisconsin's kick is returned by Johnson-Koulianos to the 25 yard line. The Hawkeyes have to get to the 35 yard-line to get within field goal range for a win.
The extra point by Welch is good. Wisconsin takes the lead 31-30 with 1:06 left to play in the fourth quarter.
Previous play is under review and is a TOUCHDOWN.
Big run for Clay as he runs the ball all the way to the 1 yard-line.
First down for Wisconsin with a run by Clay. Less than two minutes left to play.
Fourth down for Wisconsin: The Badgers go for it and convert with a pass from Tolzien to Ball. The Badger drive stays alive.
Third and five for Wisconsin: Pass incomplete by Tolzien as it was deflected in the air.
Third and five situation for Wisconsin: Tolzien pass complete to Pederson for a first-down.
Wisconsin fakes the punt and runs with the ball and gets enough for the first down. Gutsy call by Bret Bielema.
Third and seven for Wisconsin, and the Badgers are unable to convert. Looks like a punt is coming. Iowa's defense just came up HUGE.
Wisconsin takes over at their own 20 yard-line after Iowa's kick goes into the endzone. Crucial drive for the Badgers here...
FIELD GOAL: Meyer's field goal is good. Iowa adds to their lead, now 30-24.
Hawkeyes unable to convert on third down with an incomplete pass.
INTERCEPTION: Tolzien pass interecepted by Greenwood deep in Wisconsin territory.
Wisconsin returns the Iowa kick to their own 15 yard-line after being swallowed up by the Hawkeye defense.
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