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What a night! And day too! Here are the links, pics, and vids from last evenings festivities: The Cedar Rapids Gazette gives us stats from both last night and for the season to date. There is also a cool paneramic photo of the red, white and blue crowd. General Post Game Links: Not a game, season of stats Iowa 41, Northwestern 31: Ding Dong, The Wicked Witch Of The Northwest Is Dead VIDEO: Iowa Fans Pull Off Awesome Card Stunts Hawkeyes finally tame Wildcats 10/15/2011: Iowa 41, Northwestern 31 (Links) Of course McNutt is on the ‘hands’ team Deep thoughts by Marcus Coker New math Ferentz: We knew it wouldn’t be easy Nielsen helps Iowa defense figure it out Saturday videos — A little harder than it looked Miller makes most of his first interception Big, bold moves put Iowa on top Coach Kirk Ferentz Postgame Transcript Hawkeyes defy statistics and Wildcats Still not sure what to make of Hawkeyes Persa pick game-changing play for Northwestern (w/video) McNu...
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