The battle for the Floyd of Rosedale Trophy between No. 20 Iowa and Minnesota had several high-profile performances on both sides of the ball.

The biggest play of the game went to the 27-yard passing touchdown from sophomore backup Alex Padilla to freshman wide receiver Keagan Johnson in the fourth quarter.

Johnson caught two receptions for 34 yards and a touchdown in Iowa’s 27-22 win over Minnesota. Johnson was featured by the B1G Network as an electric playmaker and the next big weapon for Iowa.

In his six games this season, Johnson has caught 15 receptions for 316 yards and two touchdowns.

None have been quite as impressive as what we witnessed in Iowa City on Saturday. That will be remembered as one of the top plays of the season for the Hawkeyes.