Hawkeye gameday: Iowa at Penn State

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Iowa’s Daviyon Nixon tackles Northwestern running back Isaiah Bowser during a game earlier this season at Kinnick Stadium. The Hawkeye junior leads the Big Ten with seven tackles for a loss.

JESSICA GALLAGHER

Steve Batterson

IOWA AT PENN STATEWEEK 5: 2:30 P.M., BEAVER STADIUMRADIO: WOC (1420 AM)LINE: Iowa by 2.5SERIES: Penn State 17-12FIVE THINGS TO WATCHTyler Goodson’s feet: Working behind an offensive line that has developed the cohesion it takes for the Hawkeyes to top 200 rushing yards the past two games, the Iowa sophomore ranks third in the Big Ten with an average of 93.8 rushing yards per game. Goodson and Mekhi Sargent have combined for nine of the 11 touchdowns Iowa has ran for this season as part of a ground game which is averaging 5.4 yards per carry.Whoever is under center: Penn State coach James Franklin hasn’t named a starting quarterback this week, saying both Sean Clifford and Will Levis could see action. Levis replaced the 6-foot-2 junior following a pair of early turnovers in last week’s 30-23 loss at Nebraska. Clifford, 11-2 as a starter last season, has completed 56.9 percent of his passes this season. Levis, a 6-3 sophomore, completed 14-of-31 passes for 219 yards and rushed …

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