The Iowa Hawkeyes play the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday, September 9 at 2:30 PM CT, and if you’re wondering how to watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.
Each team enters this match with a score of 1-0 and a similar story. Both teams won their games and neither was necessarily in doubt, but as is often the case for Iowa football, there were some areas in both offenses that didn’t get the job done well enough.[affiliatewidget_smgtolocal]
The Hawkeyes had a game in hand against Utah State and put faith in the hands of their defense in a game that lulled some to sleep with a slow, turbulent victory. Iowa State allowed Northern Iowa to outpace them and relied on their defense to force some turnovers to set them up in position to score and hold on.
Here’s a look at TV information, how to stream, broadcast teams, a quick look at the injury report, some key players to watch, and some tidbits from the Cy-Hawk franchise.
How to watch
Here’s when and where you should tune in to watch the game:
Iowa State injury report:
- Jakub Bostic, WR: Questionable (foot)
- Noah Shannon, DL: outside (commentary)
- Joey Lappas, QB: Possible (undeclared)
- Jamison Haynes, DB: Questionable (Undisclosed)
- Bo Stevens, OL: Questionable (undisclosed)
- Reece Osgood, WR: Questionable (Undisclosed)
- Isaiah Lee, DL: Questionable (possible suspension)
- Dishon Hanika: outside (off)
players to watch
- Cade McNamara, QB: 17-30, 191 yards, 2 touchdowns
- Caleb Johnson, RB: 19 carries, 63 yards, 1 touchdown, 54 kickoff return
- Luke Lachey, TE: Seven receptions, 73 yards
- Jay Higgins, left-back: 16 tackles
- Cooper Degen, DB: Seven tackles
- Rocco Bichette, QB: 10-13, 113 yards, 2 touchdowns
- Cartervious Norton, RB: 11 carries, 49 yards
- Jeremiah Cooper, DB: Four tackles, two interceptions
- Caleb Bacon, LB: Five tackles, two sacks
- Tyler Onyedem, DL: Seven tackles
- Iowa State leads the series 46-23 and holds a 21-8 advantage in Ames
- Last meeting: Iowa 10, Iowa 7 on September 10, 2022
- The Hawkeyes have won six of their last seven Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk series meetings over Iowa State.
- Head coach Kirk Ferentz is one win shy of 200 wins in his coaching career. Ferentz will be the division’s 24th coach to reach the 200-win mark
- Over the past five seasons, Iowa State has the third-most wins in the Big Ten Conference. The Hawkeyes have 43 total, trailing only Ohio State (55) and Michigan (46).
- The Hawkeyes will play their first Cup game of the 2023 season on Saturday when the Cy-Hawk Trophy is on the line in Ames. The Hawkeyes are 24-8 in their last 32 Cup rivalry games against Iowa State, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin.
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