Things don’t get any easier for the Iowa Hawkeyes this weekend. After a 44-7 loss at Arizona State the Hawks get set for their Big Ten opener at Michigan. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says there is no time to dwell on the loss. He says the bottom line is if you don’t get back on your feet you’re going to be feeling the same thing again. He says they now have to do some things to make sure they don’t feel bad again.Iowa’s offense has struggled this season and the running game has been disappointing. Ferentz says there is no magic formula and the numbers will only improve with hard work. Ferentz says the Hawkeyes should be motivated after getting embarrassed last week. He says he hopes everybody is frustrated. He says “when you get spanked like we did” if you feel okay with that than it’s time to get out. He says they need to put their energies toward a productive resolution. Ferentz says the Michigan receiving corps may be the best in college football and he is concerned about Iowa’s pass defense. He says they just played a team that picked them apart and now another that has that ability.
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