Iowa football at Minnesota: Live score updates, highlights

Iowa dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball as it beat Minnesota 35-0 Friday night, claiming Floyd of Rosedale for the sixth straight season.

The Hawkeyes (2-2) rushed for 235 yards (6.7 per carry), including 142 and two touchdowns from Tyler Goodson. Mekhi Sargent added 86 yards rushing and a TD.

Zach VanValkenburg tallied three sacks for Iowa and Jack Koerner and Riley Moss both intercepted passes.

Minnesota (1-3) scored its lone touchdown with 14 seconds left in the game.

Recap: Hawkeyes take Floyd, leave the timeouts

Game Report: Turning point, numbers, notes, injuries and more

Box score: Iowa 35, Minnesota 7

0:14 4th: Iowa 35, Minnesota 7

After Iowa called three straight timeouts with 19 seconds left, Tanner Morgan found Rashod Bateman for a 4-yard TD pass to prevent the shutout.

6:37 4th: Iowa 35, Minnesota 0

Mekhi Sargent's turn. His 14-yard touchdown run gave the Hawkeyes their fourth rushing TD of the night.

8:56 4th: Iowa 28, Minnesota 0

Just when the Gophers looked to have a chance to get on the board, Riley Moss picked off Tanner Morgan and returned it 57 yards to the Minnesota 36 to set up another Iowa touchdown.

After a 28-yard pass from Spencer Petras to Shaun Beyer, Tyler Goodson punched in his second TD of the game from 1 yard out. Goodson then added a 2-point conversion.

13:12 4th: Iowa 20, Minnesota 0

Tyler Goodson busted a 45-yard run up the middle on the first play of the drive to set up Iowa's third touchdown of the game.

Spencer Petras has had a rough night, but Ihmir Smith-Marsette was wide open for a 7-yard score here.

There was a bad snap on the extra point.

8:31 2nd: Iowa 14, Minnesota 0

Ten of Iowa's 12 plays on its second touchdown drive were rushes as the Hawkeyes dominated the line of scrimmage.

Tyler Goodson punched it in from 7 yards out out of the Wildcat formation. He carried the ball five times for 43 yards on the drive.

5:42 1st: Iowa 7, Minnesota 0

Iowa's first drive stalled around midfield, but the Hawkeyes were clicking on their second possession.

Iowa used seven plays to go 63 yards, scoring on Nico Ragaini's 1-yard jet sweep TD run. Four plays went at least 10 yards, including two from Tyler Goodson to start the drive (a 15-yard run and a 12-yard catch).

Iowa at Minnesota game details

Kickoff time: 6:05 p.m. CT

TV: FS1

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Radio: WMT-AM 600, KXIC-AM 800 [Complete list of affiliates]

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