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IOWA (4 - 6) at MICHIGAN (7 - 3)
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Week 12 Saturday, 11/17/2012 12:00 PM
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IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-6-8.92-83-620.89.1321.6(4.8)0.922.012.7380.3(5.5)2.0
Road Games2-2+1.61-30-418.76.5301.5(4.1)0.721.211.0358.7(5.5)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-4.20-31-220.78.0315.0(4.5)0.726.312.7465.3(6.4)2.3
Turf Games2-5-11.51-63-322.011.3336.4(5.4)1.122.713.3405.9(5.5)2.3
Conference Games2-4-1.82-42-421.08.5297.5(4.5)1.024.312.0421.2(5.7)2.3
IOWA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.711.82131:1739-167(4.3)20-3359.4%222(6.7)72-390(5.4)(15.8)
Offense Road Games18.76.518.733:3538-120(3.1)21-3560.3%181(5.1)73-301(4.1)(16.1)
Defense (All Games)22.012.719.830:1838-155(4.1)20-3262.7%226(7.1)70-380(5.5)(17.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2714.120.529:5036-157(4.3)20-3459.5%234(6.9)71-391(5.5)(14.5)
Defense Road Games21.211.017.526:2538-178(4.6)14-2652.8%181(6.8)65-359(5.5)(16.9)

MICHIGAN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-3+14-65-529.714.8383.3(6.1)
Home Games5-0+22-32-337.818.6455.8(7.3)
Last 3 Games2-1+11-22-127.311.3332.0(5.4)
Turf Games6-2+13-54-430.915.0390.6(6.3)1.619.510.2322.1(4.7)1.1
Conference Games5-1+33-33-330.514.2376.3(5.9)1.515.06.3280.5(4.3)1.8
MICHIGAN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)29.714.818.930:0439-194(5)12-2451.3%189(7.9)63-383(6.1)(12.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.912.118.829:2337-155(4.2)18-3157.8%201(6.5)68-355(5.2)(14.9)
Offense Home Games37.818.620.828:2338-231(6.1)14-2555.2%224(9)63-456(7.3)(12.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.261420.331:4542-193(4.6)17-2959.4%191(6.7)71-384(5.4)(14.8)
Defense Home Games15.87.418.231:3747-173(3.7)13-2455.8%136(5.6)71-309(4.4)(19.6)
Average power rating of opponents played: IOWA 32,  MICHIGAN 37.6
IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2012C MICHIGAN31-32L-14L51O28-21516-25-215134-11126-35-2830
10/13/2012@ MICHIGAN ST19-16W8W39U34-12319-36-134139-14912-31-1791
10/20/2012PENN ST14-38L-1.5L42O23-2017-36-189352-21526-38-2892
10/27/2012@ NORTHWESTERN17-28L4L47U40-12224-38-214049-3497-10-842
11/3/2012@ INDIANA21-24L2L54U30-9621-34-249230-6731-49-4062
11/17/2012@ MICHIGAN            

MICHIGAN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2012@ NOTRE DAME6-13L6L49U41-16113-25-138631-9411-19-1452
10/6/2012@ PURDUE44-13W-3W55O54-3048-16-105126-5623-35-1574
10/20/2012MICHIGAN ST12-10W-8L43.5U32-16314-30-163131-11221-34-1921
10/27/2012@ NEBRASKA9-23L1L59U37-959-27-93341-16014-24-1662
11/3/2012@ MINNESOTA35-13W-8.5W45O41-15512-18-234138-12814-31-1471
11/24/2012@ OHIO ST            
IOWA: It's hard to rule out the Hawkeyes with Kirk Ferentz and the rest of his brilliant coaching staff, but this team has plenty of reasons for concern entering 2012. Iowa lost its star running back, Marcus Coker, and receiver, Marvin McNutt. QB James Vandenberg made great strides last year (3,022 pass yds, 25 TD, 7 INT), but he doesn't have a lot of proven receivers to rely on. Iowa is going to struggle running the ball behind an inexperienced offensive line, and the team could struggle defensively as well. The Hawkeyes return their leading tackler James Morris (52 solo tackles, 58 assists), but they lose their two best players in the secondary. Iowa has a plethora of young recruits at skill positions, but ultimately this team is too inexperienced to compete for a conference title.
MICHIGAN: This could be the season for the Wolverines to return to the Rose Bowl. The offensive line is losing two starters, but luckily Michigan will not have to replace the untied shoes of senior QB Denard Robinson (2,173 pass yds, 20 TD; 1,176 rush yds, 16 TD). Not only is the Heisman Trophy candidate back, but so is his top running back, senior Fitzgerald Toussaint (1,041 rush yds, 9 TD). If a wide receiver can emerge and be at least almost as productive as Junior Hemingway was last year, the Wolverines offense could be one of the most explosive in the country. Defensively, three starters in the secondary return along with what should be one of the best defensive lines in the Big Ten.
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*Iowa-Michigan Preview* =======================


Iowa (4-6) at No. 21 Michigan (7-3), 12:00 p.m. EDT

Devin Gardner has proved a capable replacement for star quarterback Denard Robinson, helping keep Michigan's Big Ten title hopes alive.

With Robinson's status unclear, the 23rd-ranked Wolverines try to stay in the race by avoiding another upset to Iowa on Saturday in Ann Arbor.

Robinson has missed the past two games with nerve damage in his elbow, and coach Brady Hoke would only say he's "day to day" regarding the senior's availability for this week's game. While Michigan has missed Robinson's dynamic running ability, Gardner has been a more prolific passer with 230-plus yards in back-to-back victories.

Robinson hasn't topped 200 yards passing since a win over Massachusetts on Sept. 15 but has compiled 946 on the ground in his eight games.

Gardner rushed for 47 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries last Saturday against Northwestern and threw for 286 and two TDs, but Michigan barely pulled out a 38-31 home victory. His 53-yard pass to Roy Roundtree set up the tying field goal with 2 seconds left in regulation, and Gardner ran for the go-ahead TD in overtime en route to being named co-Big Ten offensive player of the week.

He's a big reason the Wolverines (7-3, 5-1) are tied atop the Big Ten's Legends Division, though co-leader Nebraska owns the tiebreaker due to its 23-9 win over Michigan on Oct. 27. That means the Wolverines can only reach the Big Ten title game if they win their final two contests while the Cornhuskers lose at least one of theirs.

"I think they know we've got to take care of ourselves," Hoke said. "To achieve greatness, you've got to put yourself in position and take care of your business."

The Michigan defense didn't do that last week as it allowed 431 yards, its most since a loss to then-No. 2 Alabama on Sept. 1. The Wolverines had given up an average of 250.0 yards over the previous seven games.

Iowa (4-6, 2-4) has the conference's second-worst offense, averaging 321.6 yards, and has lost four straight.

However, don't expect Michigan to take this game lightly. The Hawkeyes have taken the last three meetings - a first in this series - and won 24-16 at home last season over the then-No. 13 Wolverines.

"I myself have not beaten Iowa yet and I know just for selfish reasons, it would be a huge motivation for me," senior defensive end Craig Roh said. "I never want to go not beating a team in my career, and that's something that we control."

Robinson had a chance to tie last year's meeting but threw four straight incompletions from Iowa's 3-yard line in the final seconds. Hawkeyes senior James Vandenberg accounted for one of Iowa's three TDs, but the player who had the other two, Marcus Coker, is now at Stony Brook.

"As far as year-to-year and week-to-week, we're not the same team we were a year ago and they're not, either," Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said.

Ferentz's team has been competitive lately, losing back-to-back games by three points. The Hawkeyes fell 27-24 to Purdue on a 46-yard field goal as time expired last Saturday, a week after blowing an early 14-point lead in a 24-21 defeat at Indiana.

Vandenberg has three TD passes and four interceptions over his last five games, getting sacked 13 times.

The status of leading rusher Mark Weisman remains unknown because of a leg injury. Weisman, who has 661 yards and eight touchdowns, has missed the past two games.

Michigan leads the series 40-13-4 and holds a 23-6-3 edge at home.

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