The ninth-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes look to take another step toward the Big Ten title when they host Wisconsin. After spending much of the season as an underdog, the Hawkeyes are now thrust into the role of favorite and coach Kirk Ferentz feels it is something they can handle.Ferentz says while there is a lot of speculation about what could happen in the final weeks of the conference season, the Hawks need to stay focused on what can be accomplished.The 22nd-ranked Iowa State Cyclones look to snap a two-game losing streak at home against Missouri. This game features two of the most creative quarterbacks in the country in Iowa State’s Seneca Wallace and Missouri’s Brad Smith. Cyclone coach Dan McCarney says Smith may be the top freshman quarterback in the country.While Smith is a dangerous runner, McCarney says he is also effective through the air.The winner of this game will carry off the “Telephone Trophy”. McCarney places a lot of importance on the traveling trophies. He says they represent winning and you can walk by them all year long.
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