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A 4-0 September would be nice, so finish off the month strong, Iowa.

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Time for one last chance to catch our breath before diving into Big Ten play. North Texas looked like the easiest team on Iowa's schedule before the season began and three weeks in, nothing about that assessment has changed. As we have said in many different posts in a few different ways, they are a bad football team. They are not particularly good at anything meaningful and they are particularly bad at several categories on offense and defense. Iowa may suffer a bit of a letdown after an emotionally charged win over Iowa State and a dramatic win over Pitt, but none of that should matter here -- North Texas is a bad, bad football team.

So let's see some fun out there, Iowa. Let's see some touchdowns and some big plays. Let's see the defense shutting down anything North Texas wants to do. Let's see some reserves get minutes to tantalize use with glimpses of the future.

The game kicks off at 2:30 PM Central, with TV from ESPNU.

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