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Iowa Football: After Consecutive Losses, What Changes are Needed?

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The Hawkeyes have lost back-to-back games and appear to be in a free-fall. We’re looking to Iowa fans for answers on how to fix this.

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in Iowa Hawkeyes fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.


It’s been a brutal few weeks to be an Iowa Hawkeye fan. After starting the year 6-0, Iowa has dropped two consecutive games and 17 spots in the AP poll. They were fortunate to make it into the initial College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday night, but no longer control their own destiny in the Big Ten West.

Perhaps most frustrating for Hawkeye fans has been the abysmal production from the Iowa offense during the losing streak. Iowa has managed just 14 combined points and 427 total yards in those two games. The Hawkeyes have managed just 100 yards on the ground in those two games combined, leaving fans searching for answers.

With that backdrop, we’re back asking Hawkeye fans some key questions about this week and the rest of the season. In addition to the weekly questions we will continue to ask throughout the season (updates on those trends will be provided with the results each week), we’re back with a couple new questions this week targeted at solving the issues on the offensive side of the ball.

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Be sure to check back later in the week as post the results of this week’s questions. As noted, not only will we have results of this week, but we’ll continue to track the trends on some of the questions above that we will continue to ask each week.