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Iowa Returns From Bye Week To Get Ready For Wisconsin

Iowa City, Iowa — Iowa tight end Sam LaPorta says the off week came at a good time.

The ninth ranked Hawkeyes take a 6-1 record on the road to Wisconsin.

Despite a loss to Purdue LaPorta says the goals remain the same.

La Porta says the Hawkeyes need a good effort against the Badgers.

Fullback Monte Pottebaum says the Hawkeyes’ goals are still in front of them.

Pottebaum says the Badger defense presents a major challenge.

The Iowa offense must find a way to generate some kind of ground game in Saturday’s matchup against Wisconsin. The Badger’s are allowing just over 53 yards of rushing per game.

That’s running back Tyler Goodson who says after a dismal offensive effort against Purdue they are looking to bounce back.

Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras says the Badger defense is always a challenge.

The offense did break through last year with a 28-7 win over Wisconsin in Iowa City.

Senior guard Kyler Schott says an inconsistent run game needs to have some success against the Badgers.

Schott says mistakes have hurt the Iowa run game.

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