The Iowa Hawkeyes need a victory at Minnesota on Saturday to lock-up a winning season. The Hawkeyes have dropped four straight Big Ten games and now stand 6-5 after a loss to Wisconsin.
Quarterback Drew Tate says they need a win in the Big Ten and no one wants to finish the regular season with a loss. Tate says Minnesota hasn’t won the matchup in awhile, so they will be hungry, and he says Iowa will have to match that intensity.
Tate says the Hawkeyes need to play like their is no pressure on them, not hold anything back. He says they have to play football and have fun and not worry about bowl games, their record, the dome or anything else.
Tate says the Hawks want to end the regular season on a positive note. He says they’re exicted to play and hungry to win. Tate says they won’t hold anything back and will have fun.