After watching Iowa’s defense carry an anemic offense through the first four games of the season, Hawkeye fans were surprisingly treated to a high-scoring affair last weekend against the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Between an offensive explosion from Iowa’s tight ends and a Gopher offense content to pick on Iowa’s green starting cornerbacks until the true freshmen (eventually) proved they could stop them, points proved far easier to come by last Saturday than many suspected.
This week the Hawkeyes travel to take on the Indiana Hoosiers and resume a series that has had no shortage of offense in recent meetings (Iowa has scored at least 35 points in five of the last seven matchups).

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