Highlights: No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers 38, No. 20 Iowa Hawkeyes 14

Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Nate Stanley (4) tucks the ball as Wisconsin Badgers nose tackle Olive Sagapolu (99) closes in as Iowa Hawkeyes offensive lineman James Daniels (78) blocks during the second quarter of their NCAA football game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)
Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Nate Stanley (4) tucks the ball as Wisconsin Badgers nose tackle Olive Sagapolu (99) closes in as Iowa Hawkeyes offensive lineman James Daniels (78) blocks during the second quarter of their NCAA football game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

A week after dismantling then-No. 6 Ohio State by 31, 20th-ranked Iowa (6-4, 3-4) was completely out of sorts against another top-10 team. No. 8 Wisconsin (10-0, 7-0) clinched the Big Ten West with a dominant 38-14 win in which it out-gained the Hawkeyes 382-66. 

Here's the scoring summary.

IOWA — Josh Jackson 43 interception return; Miguel Recinos kick (7-0 IOWA, 13:30 1st)

WIS — Rafael Gaglianone 23 field goal (7-3 IOWA, 5:43 1st)

WIS — Kendric Pryor 25 run; Gaglianone kick (10-7 WIS, 8:55 2nd)

WIS — Pryor 12 pass from Alex Hornibrook; Gaglianone kick (17-7 WIS, 1:19 2nd)

IOWA — Jackson 52 interception return; Miguel Recinos kick (17-14 WIS, 11:18 3rd)

WIS — Leon Jacobs 21 fumble return; Gaglianone kick (24-14 WIS, 6:10 3rd)

WIS — Bradrick Shaw 8 run; Gaglianone kick (31-14 WIS, 11:05 4th)

WIS — A.J. Taylor 5 pass from Hornibrook; Gaglianone kick (38-14 WIS, 7:02 4th)

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