Kinnick Stadium has not been an easy place for opposing teams to play over the years, especially for top 5 teams. No. 4 Michigan is up next on Iowa’s schedule.

The Athletic’s Scott Dochterman showed what has happened in Iowa’s last six home games against top 5 teams. It hasn’t gone as planned for the away team in recent history. Jim Harbaugh has even said that Kinnick is where top 5 teams go to die.

The only team to come out of Kinnick Stadium unscathed in recent years is Penn State. The Nittany Lions escaped with a 21-19 victory in 2017. No one else has made it out alive in Iowa’s last six home games against top 5 opponents.

The Hawkeyes have beaten Penn State at Kinnick twice since 2008. Penn State lost to Iowa 24-23 in 2008, and 23-20 last season.

Other previous meetings that have gone well for Iowa at home have been No. 5 Michigan State in 2010, No. 2 Michigan in 2016, and No. 3 Ohio State in 2017.

Iowa is coming into this year’s Michigan game with some momentum after a 3-1 start. The B1G Championship rematch will take place on Oct. 1 at noon ET on FOX.