In early October, the Fighting Illini marched into Kinnick Stadium looking to ruin Homecoming for the Hawkeyes.
Per usual, the Illini could not secure the victory and the final score of the game was 16 to 45 with Iowa taking the easy W. However, the game was much closer in the first three quarters than the score suggests.
Had Jeff George Jr. threw one less interception, the outcome may have been different. With the Illini down only by four, the offense drove to the Iowa 22-yard line with the help of a 27-yard catch by Malik Turner. The team was within striking distance and were looking to score after setting up a great drive.
First and ten, George Jr. drops back and looks. He feels the pressure and gets rid of the ball quickly, which causes him to miss his target, Louis Dorsey.

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