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Hawkeyes Win Game, Lose Property

Hawkeyes Win Game, Lose Property

Iowa is celebrating with the Cy-Hawk Trophy.  The Hawkeyes held on late for a 27-21 victory over Iowa State on Saturday in Ames.  Mark Weisman ran for 145 yards while Jake Rudock threw for 160 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for another.  Iowa moved to 2-and-1 on the year.  Quenton Bundrage caught seven passes for 146 yards and three TD’s for ISU, which fell to 0-and-2.  The Hawkeyes host Western Michigan next week while the Cyclones have the week off.

Iowa State University police are looking for answers and suspects after the Iowa Hawkeyes’ locker room was broken into during Saturday’s Cy-Hawk rivalry battle.  Investigators have not revealed exactly what was stolen, but Iowa linebackers coach LeVar Woods tweeted Sunday morning that his phone “came up missing” in the locker room.  IU officials confirm items were stolen from the players and coaches locker rooms at Jack Trice Stadium.

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