Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz was accused of leaving overtime on the table during the game. This will not happen to him with opponent Minnesota on Friday night.
Ferenc used all three of his timeouts and Iowa State had 35-0 and 19 seconds left at the cold TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Minnesota has left many starters, trying to score and avoid being eliminated. After reaching the four-yard line in Iowa, Minnesota first requested a timeout. Then, Iowa started using all three of its timeouts.
Minnesota scored in the next game, from Tanner Morgan (Tanner Morgan) to Rashod Bateman (Rashod Bateman) 4 yards pass, but Iowa won 35-7 and retained Rose Dyer trophy.
Ferenc said: “I think they call timeout to understand what we are doing and then reconsider.” “So we just want to make sure we have a good understanding of what they are doing. Bring them to us. It makes no sense on the bus. [The media] It reminds me of several times in the past 22 years.
“I figured out that we took Freud away and left the overtime here.”
After the game, Ferentz and Minnesota coach PJ Fleck shook hands very quickly.
Fleck said: “They called three timeouts, I don’t know.” “I don’t know what happened.”
Iowa retained Floyd’s six consecutive defeats to Minnesota, which was the longest winning streak the Hawkeyes started in 1891.
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Iowa, which started the 0-2 season, won 84-14 in the past two games.