Iowa’s Late Comeback Falls Short Against Wisconsin, 24-22

By not covering a short distance Iowa’s chances of reaching 2019 goals get longer

By not covering a short distance Iowa’s chances of reaching 2019 goals get longer

Iowa tried with everything it had.

But just as the Hawkeye offense had done all game, it settled for a field goal.

The final image of the Heartland Trophy before it disappeared into a Camp Randall Stadium tunnel featured Wisconsin offensive linemen Tyler Biadasz, Jason Erdmann and David Moorman - 956 pounds of flesh and bone - joyously carrying the 72-pound bronze bull as though it weighed nothing more than a Mattel toy.

Keith Duncan made Iowa history by making his 20th, 21st, and 22nd field goals of the season to set a program record, but it wasn't enough to leave Madison with a victory.

Wisconsin (6-2, 3-2) scored on a 26-yard touchdown pass from Jack Coan to A.J. Taylor early in the second half after the Badgers blocked an Ohio State punt and started with a short field. Wisconsin won because its defense came together for a massive goal-line stand on a late two-point conversion attempt, while the.

Tracy was Iowa's leading receiver, totaling 130 yards on five catches. The Hawkeyes fought back after going down two scores, but Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor ran the clock out at the end of the game.

Toren Young led Hawkeye rushers with 44 yards.

"If you put all your attention on one guy, they've got a lot of other ways to hurt you", Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said.

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