Highlights from Iowa’s press conference following 48-3 win

Iowa's high yardage game gave head coach Kirk Ferentz and his players plenty to talk about postgame.

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Shivansh Ahuja

Iowa defenders converge on MTSU quarterback Asher O'Hara during a football game between Iowa and Middle Tennessee State at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, September 28, 2019.

Anna Kayser and Pete Mills

After improving to 4-0 and tallying the most yards for a game in head coach Kirk Ferentz’s Iowa tenure, he and the team came out to give their thoughts on the dominant win.

Defensive lineman Daviyon Nixon on holding Middle Tennessee to 3 points

“We don’t like giving up points, not even 3 points. So, if we can do that better, then we’ll have a better game overall.”

Wide receiver Brandon Smith on freshman running back Tyler Goodson

“I gave him the nickname the human joystick because he’s like all over the place.”

Head coach Kirk Ferentz on fullback Brady Ross’ touchdown

“He’d better hang on to that moment because they don’t get too many of those historically around here. So it was pretty good.”

Fullback Brady Ross on his touchdown

“Yeah, to get in the end zone was cool. Frankly, I’m probably more proud of some of the blocks I made because it was a 1-yard dive. Not to be self deprecating, but it wasn’t really a heroic effort on my end to stumble in for a yard.”

Wide receiver Ihmir Smith-Marsette on Tyrone Tracy’s route moves

“When he caught it, I was like, ‘Oh, that’s a great catch,’ and then he broke two tackles, and then I’m like, ‘Oh, Tyrone getting busy.’ ”

 

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