Iowa has pulled off one heck of a comeback to notch their biggest win of the season against No. 4 Penn State.

After taking the lead 23-20, the Hawkeyes came up with their 4th interception on 4th down as quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson threw his 2nd pick after coming in for Sean Clifford in the 2nd half.

It looks like he didn’t even see Matt Hankins in the area as he made a great play to seal the game.

This was Hankins’ 3rd interception of the season after having 2 in the matchup against Iowa State. Coming into this game, he had 15 total tackles (10 solo) with 1 pass defended.

The Hawkeyes were down 20-10 in the second half and it was looking bleak until Spencer Petras hit Nico Ragaini for the game-winning touchdown.

This win gets Iowa to 6-0 and sends another message that they may have the best defense in the B1G.