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After dominating last week in a 42-3 win over in-state rival Iowa State, the Iowa football team will host North Dakota State and battle to remain undefeated

C.J. Beathard has been impressive under center for the No. 11 Hawkeyes so far this season, completing 32-of-48 passes for 427 yards and four touchdowns through Iowa's first two games. During the Cy-Hawk game, Beathard became the 10th Iowa signal-caller ever to pass for more than 4,000 yards. And with Josey Jewell back in the Iowa defense, the Hawkeyes certainly have a stronger look when "The Outlaw" is on the prowl.

As Iowa searches for a 3-0 record, will the Hawkeyes remain grounded and consistent on both sides of the ball? What about the latest on the recruiting front?

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Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard complimented five-time defending FCS champ North Dakota State and its fans on Tuesday.

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Check out photo and time lapse images of the Iowa vs Iowa State Cy-Hawk game at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City.

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