The Iowa Hawkeyes don’t have time to dwell on a lopsided loss at Arizona State. The Hawkeyes get back to work as they get set for their Big Ten opener at Michigan. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says anytime you play Michigan, it’s a big game, and he says it also is the start of conference play. He says the Hawks need to make a lot of progress between now and Saturday’s game. He says they have no choices in the matter, as they didn’t want the results they got Saturday, but got them and have to deal with it. Ferentz says starting with Michigan is starting at the top of the conference. Michigan is 2-1 and Ferentz says the Wolverines have plenty of talent and will get better as the season progresses. He says they’re working through some things with their freshman quarterback, but says they have an outstanding supporting cast, so it makes it easier to work through.
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