Iowa updates depth chart after injury to Riley Moss vs. Penn State
No. 2 Iowa (6-0) is set for the second half of 2021 where its opponents are unranked. The Hawkeyes will start their second half of the schedule vs. Purdue (3-2) without senior defensive back Riley Moss.
Iowa revealed the depth chart Monday for the upcoming game this Saturday vs. Purdue. Moss was not on the depth chart due to a potential injury.
If you look at the depth chart for the upcoming game against Purdue, no Riley Moss.
Also, notice that a large majority are from the state of Iowa and other bordering Midwest states. pic.twitter.com/KJuxtNf6eW
— Jason Kemp (@jasonkemp) October 11, 2021
Iowa CB Riley Moss is not listed on the depth chart today after suffering a knee injury following an interception on Saturday.
Moss, a senior, is tied for the national lead with four interceptions this year. Terry Roberts replaced Moss on Saturday and is listed as a starter.
— Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) October 11, 2021
Moss suffered an injury in the 23-20 home win over No. 4 Penn State on Saturday. The injury and the severity of the injury are unknown, but head coach Kirk Ferentz was optimistic about the prognosis in his postgame comments.
So far this season, Moss has accumulated 23 total tackles, 21 solo tackles, and 4 interceptions, which leads all of college football. With Moss injured, junior Terry Roberts comes in as the starting cornerback for Iowa.
The Hawkeyes have the 4th-ranked scoring defense in the nation (13 points allowed per game) and the 8th total defense in the nation (274.3 total yards allowed per game).