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Photos: Iowa football vs. Nebraska

Iowa defeated Nebraska, 13-10, at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska on Friday, taking home the Heroes Trophy.

Iowa was the first to put points on the board, with quarterback Deacon Hill running for a one-yard touch down.

Stevens scored an additional 28-yard field goal in the first half, and Nebraska’s Jaylen Lloyd scored a touchdown with a completed kick by Tristan Alvano, making the score 10-7 at the half.

In the second half, Nebraska caught up with a field goal by Tristan Alvano, leaving the score tied until the last minute with a field goal by Iowa’s Marshall Meeder to win a race against the clock.

In their final regular season game, Iowa led in first downs with 14 to Nebraska’s 10 and total time of possession with Iowa having the ball for 31:45 minutes and Nebraska for 28:15 minutes.

Nebraska led the game total yards with 264 to Iowa’s 257, and turnover with three to Iowa’s one.

Iowa’s offense finished the regular season with an average of 18 points per game, seven points shy of Brian Ferentzs’ original contract of 25 ppg.

The Hawkeyes will move on to play in the Big 10 championship against the winner of a game between Ohio and Michigan state, which will take play, Saturday, Nov. 25, 2023.

The teams will face off at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana on Saturday, Dec. 2 at 7:15 p.m.

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Cody Blissett, Visuals Editor
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Cody Blissett is a visual editor at The Daily Iowan. He is a third year student at the University of Iowa studying cinema and screenwriting. This is his first year working for The Daily Iowan.
Emily Nyberg, Visual Editor
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Emily Nyberg is a second-year student at the University of Iowa double majoring in Journalism and Cinematic arts. Prior to her role as a Visual Editor, Emily was a Photojournalist, and a News Reporter covering higher education.