- Mark Weisman suffered a sprained ankle and is medically cleared to play
- How Weisman performs (in practice leading up) will determine if he plays Saturday
- Doesn't sound like a high ankle sprain for MW
- Kirk has confidence in Mike Meyer
- Jordan Cotton has worked hard and it's paying off
- Going to have to play their best against a tough Penn State defense
- B.J. Lowery and Austin Blythe are both probable
- Jordan Canzeri could play Saturday night
- Damon Bullock is probably out this week
FOR ALMOST A YEAR THE WORLD HAS FOCUSED ON PENN STATE. All of the outside "noise" has brought this group of players together. There's sanctions that prohibit this team from playing in the post season. Some wondered if the wheels would fall off, especially after losing their first two games. They've stuck together and have won four in-a-row heading to Iowa City.
IOWA IS AT THE HALFWAY POINT. The 4-2 record isn't necessarily a surprise but how they got to 4-2 certainly is. Prior to the season it was a reasonable prediction that Iowa's offense would lead the way. We know now that's not the case, at least in terms of the passing game. The run game is working. The defense is working. Mike Meyer is good. It's a matter of if and not when the passing game figures it out.
TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT THE BOX SCORE. The Daily Iowan has interesting notes in their weekly look into the box score of Iowa's game versus Michigan State. Iowa forced the MSU offense into five three-and-outs. DI also notes that opposing quarterbacks have a rating of 10.92 when facing 3rd down and between seven and nine yards.
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