Banged-up Boilermakers seek third straight win over Iowa

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — No. 23 Iowa could use a boost after agonizing back-to-back losses to Michigan and Penn State. For once, Purdue might be exactly the kind of team the Hawkeyes are looking to play.
Yes, the Boilermakers (2-4, 1-2 Big Ten) have won two straight over the Hawkeyes (4-2, 1-2) and are coming off a blowout win over Maryland. But injuries have decimated Purdue, which has lost quarterback Elijah Sindelar and star wide receiver Rondale Moore and been forced to play 30 true or redshirt freshmen through six games.
Iowa, on the other hand, is looking for somebody to pound on after dropping two straight to the Wolverines and Nittany Lions despite allowing just 27 combined points.
The Hawkeyes entered play as an 18-point favorite despite scoring just 15 points in their last two games.
“Iowa has played some very good football,” Purdue coach Jeff Brohm said. “Like always, they are well-coached and sound in what they do and do a gr

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