Kirk Ferentz spoke to the media a few days after his team clinched the B1G West with a 28-21 win over Nebraska on Friday.

Iowa got down early to the Cornhuskers, going into halftime down 14-6. Things got worse in the 2nd half when Hawkeyes’ running back Tyler Goodson fumbled on the opening drive, setting up another Nebraska touchdown, making it 21-6.

Iowa then went on a 22-0 run in the final 2 quarters to secure the victory.

It started with a field late in the 3rd quarter. Then in the 4th quarter, the Hawkeyes blocked a punt for a score, forced a safety, and had another field goal to tie the game before eventually icing the game with a 2-yard touchdown run from Spencer Petras.

Although Goodson fumbled early in the 2nd half, he had a productive game carrying the football. Goodson finished with 156 yards rushing on 23 carries. Petras had 102 yards passing and 4 yards rushing with 1 touchdown, which was the only offensive score for the Hawkeyes. Iowa also had 364 total yards of offense.

Michigan won the last meeting between these 2 schools 10-3 in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines are 42-15-4 against Iowa in a series that dates back to 1900. No. 5 Michigan (11-1) and No. 16 Iowa (10-2) play for the B1G title Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Ferentz spoke about how exciting it is to play for the B1G title as well as the performance of his quarterback Spencer Petras in the Nebraska game. He also gave out some injury updates while praising his other players.

Here’s what Ferentz had to say: