Iowa Hawkeyes trying to bounce back from poor showing at Michigan as they prepare for No. 10 Penn State

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IOWA CITY — The Iowa Hawkeyes had their worst offensive performance of the year. Nate Stanley struggled mightily and the Hawkeyes suffered their first loss of the year in Ann Arbor.

Up next, a date with No. 10 Penn State, in a game that the Hawkeyes will try to bounce back. It will have to start with the offense getting in a rhythm led by Nate Stanley.

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