Two weeks ago, Matt VandeBerg was riding high.

The senior was coming off a career-high 129 yards and a touchdown for an undefeated Iowa team that demolished Iowa State. Even better, VandeBerg got engaged after that career night.

But things appear to have taken an unfortunate turn for Iowa’s leading receiver.

According to Hawkeye Report’s Tom Kakert, VandeBerg broke his foot in practice on Monday.

It’s unclear what kind of a timetable that would present. And if the senior is out for the rest of 2016, he’s already passed the NCAA’s 30-percent participation rule for a medical redshirt, which is something Iowa fans know plenty about from the Drew Ott debacle.

That would certainly be brutal news for an offense that’s had plenty of struggles since that Iowa State win. The Hawkeyes averaged 17.5 points the last two weeks against North Dakota State and Rutgers.

Through that, VandeBerg has been the clear No. 1 receiver. He leads the Hawkeyes with 284 yards receiving and three scores. Tight end George Kittle would be next in line to become C.J. Beathard’s go-to guy.

Kirk Ferentz is expected to meet with the media on Tuesday, where he’ll address the matter.