Iowa Vs. Iowa State Final Score, Triple Overtime: Clones Secure Unstable Trophy, 44-41

The Iowa State Cyclones won the nation's first in-state rivalry game of the season in a triple-overtime shootout. Well, more of a runout.

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Iowa Vs. Iowa State Final Score, Triple Overtime: Cyclones Win Embarrassing Trophy

The Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa St. Cyclones gave the young college football season its first triple-overtime shootout in a contest that could be this series' last in Ames for a while. And Iowa State, which might find itself without a major conference soon, took home the really boring new Cy-Hawk Trophy, 44-41.

The Hawks forced the (counting ...) seventh frame when Iowa quarterback James Vandenberg passed to Keenan Davis for a 23-yard squirt of a touchdown to counter a touchdown scoot by ISU's James White. But the third OT began with the Cyclones holding Iowa to a Mike Meyer field goal, setting up sudden death.

White took advantage, banging in a four-yard touchdown to close out a memorable game that never really should've gotten this far. The Cyclones ended up outgaining Iowa 472 to 363, but turned the ball over thrice.

For more, head to Iowa blog Black Heart Gold Pants and Iowa State blog Clone Chronicles.

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