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Hawkeyes starting 2nd half quickly

No. 4 Iowa scored on its first possession thanks to this 29-yard TD from Jordan Canzeri, extending the lead over Nebraska to 21-10 in the 3rd quarter. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)


No. 17 Ducks flying high in Civil War

Oregon continued piling on the points with a 37-yard TD from Vernon Adams Jr. to Bralon Addison. The No. 17 Ducks lead Oregon State 31-7, late in the 2nd quarter. Follow live

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Other than the ejection of Gerry, final minutes of the first half go as a win for Nebraska after its failed fourth down. Iowa had outscored foes 44-3 in the last two minutes this year and got nothing despite momentum. Nebraska FG cuts lead to 14-10.

Nebraska cuts into Iowa's lead

Tommy Armstrong Jr. hit Cethan Carter for a 28-yard as a part of their drive that ended in a 39-yard field goal. No. 4 Iowa leads Nebraska 14-10 at halftime. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska safety Nate Gerry has been ejected for targeting on hit to Iowa receiver Tevaun Smith.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

That's Parker Hesse on the pick-six for the Hawkeyes. Redshirt freshman DE replaced Nebraska native and star Drew Ott midway through this season. Iowa's fourth interception returned for TD this year. It leads 14-7.

Iowa's Hesse snatches INT, returns for TD

Tommy Armstrong Jr.'s pass was tipped and intercepted by Parker Hesse, who walked into the end zone. No. 4 Iowa leads Nebraska 14-7 in the 2nd quarter. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)


Cougars get amped after win over Navy

Elandon Roberts got the team hyped after clinching the AAC West Division crown.


Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Arkansas is 5-9 on third down while Missouri is 1-7. So it's no wonder the Razorbacks are in total control, leading the Tigers 21-3 in the third quarter.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Tied at 7 in Lincoln after 4-yard plunge by Imani Cross. Kirk Ferentz was penalized before the TD for arguing a sideline warning (which came with no yardage assessment) after Cethan Carter's 25-yard gain.

Cross plunges in for TD against Iowa

Nebraska's Imani Cross powered into the end zone to tie things up with the No.4 Hawkeyes in the 2nd quarter. (Live on ABC/Watch ESPN)


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Highest win pct as LSU head coach: Les Miles .775 (110-32) Nick Saban .750 (48-16) Bill Arnsparger .750 (26-8-2) (min. 25 games)

King muffed punt gives Nebraska the ball

Iowa's Desmond King -- who was suspended for the 1st quarter for missing a team meeting -- muffed the punt and Nebraska took over with great field position.


Report: Miles suggests Saturday is last game

LSU coach Les Miles suggested to the Tiger Gridiron Club today that Saturday's game vs. Texas A&M will be his last, according to a New Orleans Times-Picayune report that cited two sources who attended the group's luncheon. Sources tell ESPN's Joe Schad that a final decision has not been made, but that Miles is "very likely" to be let go soon. Story

No. 17 Ducks tie things up in the Civil War

Oregon's Bralon Addison scampered in for a 13-yard TD to tie things up at 7 in the first quarter against Oregon State. Follow live

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

TE George Kittle on the 10-yard TD pass from Beathard. Iowa leads Nebraska 7-0. It won't work for the Huskers to get into a flag-fest. Hawkeyes are too well-schooled. Saw it on that 66-yard drive.

Iowa gets in end zone against Nebraska

The No. 4 Hawkeyes struck first with QB C.J. Beathard hitting George Kittle for a short TD. (Live on ABC/WatchESPN)


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Through one quarter, Nebraska has turned it over once, negated an Iowa turnover with a penalty and failed to complete a pass. It's still scoreless, though. Iowa in the red zone after two 15-yard Nebraska fouls on this drives.