The CyHawk Trophy remains in Iowa City after the Hawkeyes recorded a 13-3 win over Iowa state to notch its fourth straight win in the rivalry game.

Iowa’s offense struggled again but the defense was sensational, allowing just 19 yards on 25 carries for the game. The defense also held the Cyclones to just 188 yards of total offense for the contest.

Saturday’s win marked the first time Iowa had defeated Iowa State in four straight years under Ferentz, another reason to celebrate.

Iowa moves to 2-0 on the season with one final non-conference game remaining on the schedule, hosting Northern Iowa next Saturday. In two weeks, the Hawkeyes enter conference play against No. 5 Wisconsin.

Here’s what Ferentz had to say after the win and a 2-0 start: