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26 What trophy did Calvin Jones win in 1955?

Answer: Outland Trophy

Calvin Jones won the Outland Trophy in 1955, two years later Iowa’s Alex Karras won the 1957 Outland Trophy.

27 What placekicker received the Lou Groza Award for the best kicker in the nation?

Answer: Nate Kaeding

 <p>28                     <b> Aaron Kampman had a season best 14 tackles and two sacks against which November opponent?</b></p>Answer:<b> Minnesota </b><p>Kampman finished his career ranked seventh all time on Iowa's career tackle list with 342. He also led the Big Ten in sacks for the 2001 season with nine.</p>     <p>29                     <b> Legendary Iowa head coach Hayden Fry spent how many seasons at the helm of the Hawkeyes?  </b></p>Answer:<b> 20 </b><p>Hayden Fry finished with an overall record of 143-89-6 at Iowa.  Hayden coached the Hawkeyes from 1979 to 1998.</p>     <p>30                     <b> What was the final score of the 1991 Holiday Bowl against BYU?</b></p>Answer:<b> 13-13 </b><p>Iowa and BYU tied 13-13 in BYU quarterback Ty Detmer's last collegiate game.</p>     <p>31                     <b> Which team did Iowa defeat at the "Big House"?</b></p>Answer:<b> Michigan </b><p>In the "Big House", Iowa won 34-9.</p>     <p>32                     <b> Ladell Betts finished his senior season with 1056 total yards rushing. Against which team did he have the most rushing yards?</b></p>Answer:<b> Minnesota </b><p>Betts, in his final game at Kinnick Stadium, rushed for 190 yards against Minnesota. He tallied 173 against Indiana, 154 against Iowa State, and 121 against Wisconsin.</p>     <p>33                     <b> What is the name of Iowa's fight song?</b></p>Answer:<b> Iowa Fight Song </b><p>The lyrics were written in 1951.  Fight, Fight, Fight, for IOWA!</p>     <p>34                     <b> Who threw for 558 yards against Indiana, on October 29, 1988?</b></p>Answer:<b> Chuck Hartlieb </b><p>Chuck Hartlieb threw for 3,738 yards in 1988.</p>     <p>35                     <b> Which state did cousins Brad Banks and C.J. Jones hail from?</b></p>Answer:<b> Florida </b><p>They were both Junior College transfers before coming to Iowa, they both grew up and played High School ball in Florida.</p>     <p>36                     <b> The only Hawkeye touchdown in the 2001 Sylvania Alamo Bowl was scored by _____ ?</b></p>Answer:<b> Aaron Greving </b><p>Aaron Greving scored his seventh touchdown of the season on a one yard dive with 3:19 remaining in the first half.</p>     <p>37                     <b> In 1985, the Iowa Hawkeyes lost only 2 games.  The last being in the 1986 Rose Bowl to UCLA, but who beat them in the regular season?</b></p>Answer:<b> Ohio State </b><p>Iowa ended up with the Big Ten title in 1985 which was Chuck Long's final season.  If Iowa had won this bowl game, they would have been the #1 in the country.</p>     <p>38                     <b> Which Hawkeye won the 2001 Mosi Tatupu Award?</b></p>Answer:<b> Kahlil Hill </b><p>Kahlil Hill, the son of former NFL wide-receiver J.D. Hill, won the 2001 Mosi Tatupu Award for outstanding special teams player.</p>     <p>39                     <b> Which receiver teamed up with Brad Banks for the All-Star Challenge on FOX, during Super Bowl Sunday in San Diego? </b></p>Answer:<b> Charles Rogers </b><p>Banks and Rogers should have won.  They tied but the tie was broken, which allowed Ken Dorsey and Brandon Lloyd to take the championship.</p>     <p>40                     <b> Which Iowa player intercepted Kliff Kingsbury's hail mary attempt to seal a 19-16 Iowa win in the Alamo Bowl?</b></p>Answer:<b> Bob Sanders </b><p>On one of the most exciting finishes in this college bowl season, Bob Sanders came away with the pick in the end zone as time ran out.</p>


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