The Iowa coach said it was pretty quiet Sunday after the loss to North Dakota State.
That was a topic brought up on the ESPN2 broadcast via NFL Draft guru Todd McShay. Beathard threw a pick-six after he was hit from behind vs. North Dakota State.
Iowa focusing on 0-0 Big Ten record heading to Rutgers.
The senior wide receiver talks about the importance of film study and the need to back to playing 'Iowa football.'
Iowa's junior middle linebacker explains how to flush a loss.
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- Josey Jewell: B1G title still the goal
Last week wasn't a great one for the Hawkeyes. But let's move on...
Iowa faces Rutgers on Saturday, and as Desmond King said Tuesday: "We’ve just got to be ready to play."
Linemen James Daniels and Sean Welsh will be back in action against the Scarlet Knights and fans are hopeful that the Hawkeyes won't repeat the dropped passes, mental mistakes, and poor blocking that plagued them in that North Dakota State shocker.
That said, it's not yet time to fear, Iowa fans, because history says the Hawkeyes can recover.
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