Here are the stats. In a game like this, where one team dominated a portion of a game and the other team dominated the other part, it's often hard to draw much information from overall stats. Still, in the end, Iowa dominated as thoroughly in total offense (480 to 306) as in the final score. Of course, a big part of that yardage advantage is based on empty possessions that ended in Iowa turnovers, but the two long touchdown passes in the second half played a role as well. Iowa average 7.6 yards per offensive play compared to 4.5 for IU. Both quarterbacks were atrocious, of course. There were eight interceptions in this game: five by Ricky Stanzi and three by Ben Chappell.
- Darius Willis averaged only 2.6 yards per carry and netted 54 yards.
- For once, Tandon Doss was overshadowed. Damarlo Belcher caught 6 balls for 89 yards and a touchdown.
Collin Taylor intercepted two passes, made seven tackles, and forced a fumble.
- Adam Replogle recorded 1.5 sacks. IU had three sacks on the day but none by Greg Middleton or Jammie Kirlew.