Iowa is 6-2 and has won its last two games. The Hawkeyes defeated Purdue 26-20 two weeks ago, and this past weekend, beat Northwestern on the road 20-0.

It was a convincing shutout victory over the Wildcats.

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What’s next?

A road trip to what has been a recently struggling Wisconsin team. The Badgers are also 6-2, but have lost their last two games — to Illinois and Ohio State, respectively.

On Tuesday, the Hawkeyes spoke with the media about being physical, building off recent success and trying to change how recent matchups against Wisconsin have gone:

Iowa has lost the last three and six of the last seven matchups to Wisconsin. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Wisconsin’s Camp Randall Stadium.