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Good news for Hawkeyes on offensive two-deep

Iowa guard Jordan Walsh pushes Ball State's Michael Ayers out of the pocket on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, at Kinnick Stadium.

According to the two-deeps released Monday, Iowa's offensive line could be back intact for Saturday's game at Maryland.

Iowa's Jordan Walsh is listed as the starter at right guard this week despite missing most of last week's game with an ankle injury.

His departure forced the Hawkeyes to tweak their offensive line, moving Austin Blythe from center to guard and having Tommy Gaul fill the void at center.

Blythe is listed as the starter at center, with Gaul as the backup.

Mitch Keppy, a sophomore from Port Byron, Ill., is a newcomer to the two-deep. He's listed as a backup to Walsh, taking the place of the injured Boone Myers, who did not dress for last Saturday's 45-29 win against Indiana.

Receiver Derrick Willies, who missed the Indiana game with a muscle strain, is not on the depth chart. Jacob Hillyer is now listed as Tevaun Smith's backup at split end.

Running back Damon Bullock also is not listed after suffering an injury during practice three weeks ago. Bullock played Saturday against Indiana.

Walsh was injured on Iowa's first series Saturday and did not return.