The Iowa Hawkeyes regained their winning ways at Indiana as they rolled past the Hosiers 45-9. The Hawkeyes pounded out 227 yards on the ground and Rick Stanzi passed for 184 yards and two touchdowns as the Hawkeyes improved to 4-3.

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says it was a team win all the way and a great feeling for the players. Ferentz says it was good to see them clean up the mistakes that had cost them in the last three loses.

The Hawks will host a Wisconsin team that is still in search of its first conference victory after a lopsided loss to Penn State. Ferentz says the Badgers have had tough loses against very good team, and says they will be a tough physical team.

Center Rob Bruggeman led an offensive line that opened holes for Shonn Greene and Jewell Hampton. Greene finished with 115 yards of rushing and Hampton had 114. Bruggeman says it was nice to play well after three straight loses, and he says everyone stepped up and played well.