The Iowa Hawkeyes close out non-conference action tomorrow in Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeyes are 3-0 after a win at Iowa State. The Sun Devils are 2-0 and considered by many to be a favorite in the Pac-Ten race.Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says they’re a legitimate top 20 team. He says he doesn’t know where his team is right now. The Hawkeye defense will be challenged by the Sun Devil passing attack and quarterback Andrew Walter. Ferentz says he’s extremely accurate and one of the top passers in the country. The concern against a Pac Ten is always speed and Ferentz hopes the Hawkeyes have enough on defense. He says this is the fastest defense he’s had, whether it’s good enough, he says he doesn’t know.Kickoff in Kinnick Stadium is five o’clock.
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