The Iowa Hawkeyes hope to avoid being the second straight upset victim at Indiana when the teams meet in Big Ten Conference action Saturday. The Hoosiers rallied from a 29-10 deficit to stun Wisconsin last week. Indiana coach Jerry DiNardo says the Hawkeyes are playing as well as anybody in the conference. DiNardo says Brad Bank’s ability to run gives the Hawks an added dimension.Indiana quarterback Gibran Hamdan says last week’s come from behind win over Wisconsin has given the Hoosiers a boost of confidence they will need against the Hawkeyes. He says Iowa is very talented and looks good on film. Hamdan threw for more than 300-yards in last weeks victory. Iowa ranks next to last in the country in pass defense but Hamdan says that does not mean they will abandon the ground game. He says they have to see how practice goes and execute whatever game plan can help them win the game.