â†µThen, uh, the fourth quarter happened. â†µâ†µ
â†µA fusillade of 28 points in the final stanza followed. Stanzi's first two passes of the quarter both went for touchdowns, and in 25 seconds of possession for Iowa, the Hawkeyes claimed a lead they would only extend. Indiana's Ben Chappell threw two interceptions in the quarter, and the Hoosiers were outgained 275-23. It was, charitably, really, really, really bad. â†µâ†µ
â†µHow bad was it? Iowa entered the quarter down 10, then covered the 17.5-point spread with a 42-24 win. Such is the life of the fourth-ranked Heart Attack Hawkeyes, huh? â†µâ†µ
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