Michigan Vs. Iowa Final Score: Hawkeyes Pull Upset At Home

Michigan had steamed through the early portion of its schedule and looked like a Big Ten championship contender. Then the Wolverines went to Iowa City, and they ran into a road bump; a lackluster day from Denard Robinson and a controversial call late combined to help Iowa upset Michigan, 24-16.

Robinson led the Wolverines with 194 passing yards and two touchdowns, and had another 55 yards on the ground, but he looked like he had a third touchdown pass late. Robinson connected with Junior Hemingway with seconds remaining on what could have been a game-tying touchdown, but officials ruled it an incomplete pass on the field and then upheld that ruling on review.

Michigan couldn't score after that play, either, leaving Iowa with a controversial victory.

The Hawkeyes got 132 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Marcus Coker in the win. And James Vandenberg threw for 171 yards and another touchdown. 

For more on the Wolverines, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Maize N Brew. For more on the Hawkeys, head over to Black Heart Gold Pants. And stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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