Iowa football at Minnesota: Live score updates, highlights
Iowa dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball as it beat Minnesota 35-0 Friday night, claiming Floyd of Rosedale for the sixth straight season.
The Hawkeyes (2-2) rushed for 235 yards (6.7 per carry), including 142 and two touchdowns from Tyler Goodson. Mekhi Sargent added 86 yards rushing and a TD.
Zach VanValkenburg tallied three sacks for Iowa and Jack Koerner and Riley Moss both intercepted passes.
Minnesota (1-3) scored its lone touchdown with 14 seconds left in the game.
After Iowa called three straight timeouts with 19 seconds left, Tanner Morgan found Rashod Bateman for a 4-yard TD pass to prevent the shutout.
Mekhi Sargent's turn. His 14-yard touchdown run gave the Hawkeyes their fourth rushing TD of the night.
Just when the Gophers looked to have a chance to get on the board, Riley Moss picked off Tanner Morgan and returned it 57 yards to the Minnesota 36 to set up another Iowa touchdown.
After a 28-yard pass from Spencer Petras to Shaun Beyer, Tyler Goodson punched in his second TD of the game from 1 yard out. Goodson then added a 2-point conversion.
Tyler Goodson busted a 45-yard run up the middle on the first play of the drive to set up Iowa's third touchdown of the game.
Spencer Petras has had a rough night, but Ihmir Smith-Marsette was wide open for a 7-yard score here.
There was a bad snap on the extra point.
Ten of Iowa's 12 plays on its second touchdown drive were rushes as the Hawkeyes dominated the line of scrimmage.
Tyler Goodson punched it in from 7 yards out out of the Wildcat formation. He carried the ball five times for 43 yards on the drive.
Iowa's first drive stalled around midfield, but the Hawkeyes were clicking on their second possession.
Iowa used seven plays to go 63 yards, scoring on Nico Ragaini's 1-yard jet sweep TD run. Four plays went at least 10 yards, including two from Tyler Goodson to start the drive (a 15-yard run and a 12-yard catch).