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College Football: Iowa State 43, Ohio 10

AMES – Iowa State defeated Ohio, 43-10, Saturday at MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium.

TEAM NOTES

*Today’s Attendance: 58,138
*Iowa State improves to 3-0 for the first time since 2012 and the sixth time since 2000.
*Iowa State is now 8-0 all-time against Ohio.
*Iowa State finished the regular season non-conference schedule undefeated for the first time since 2011.
*Matt Campbell improves to 11-2 all-time against teams from his home state of Ohio.
*Matt Campbell won his 80th game as a head coach (80-49).
*Iowa State drove 69 yards for a touchdown on the opening drive of the game, its first game-starting scoring drive of the season.
*Iowa State scored 30 points in the first half, the fifth time scoring 30 or more in the first half under Matt Campbell. *Iowa State has held three-straight opponents under 100 yards rushing since the first three games of 2021 and 13 times in the last 28 games.
*Iowa State has held back-to-back opponents under 300 yards. Today was the 22nd time under Matt Campbell an opponent was held under 300 yards of total offense.
*Ohio’s 24 rushing yards are the 10th time this season an FBS team has been held to less than 25 yards rushing.
*Fewest rushing yards allowed by Iowa State since 12 yards against Kansas State on Nov. 5, 2005.

INDIVIDUAL NOTES

Xavier Hutchinson

*28 consecutive games with a reception, tied for the fourth-longest streak in school history.
*With 93 receiving yards, becomes the eighth player in school history with over 2,000 yards receiving. *Passes Deshaunte Jones (2016-19) for sixth in school history with 2,077 yards receiving.
*Passes Charlie Kolar (2018-21) for fourth in school history with 175 career receptions.
*Has at least eight receptions in all three games this season.
*Tied for eighth in school history with 14 career touchdown receptions.
*Has five touchdown receptions this season, matching his career high.

Will McDonald IV

*Moves into third in school history with 35.5 career tackles for loss.
*Passes Brian Smith (Missouri) for fourth in Big 12 history with 30 career sacks.

Jirehl Brock

*Rush of 61 yards in the second quarter was the longest of his career.

Jace Gilbert

*Is now 4-for-4 on field goals to start his career.
*Hit a career-long 39-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

O’Rien Vance

*Forced the second fumble of his career on his first quarter sack. *Recorded a sack, giving him 11 for his career.

Hunter Dekkers

*Rushed for third career touchdown and first of the season.
*Career-high 28 completions, giving him 25+ completions in each of his first three career starts.

Deon Silas

*Scored his fourth career rushing touchdown, giving him four touchdowns in seven career games. *Career-high 58 yards rushing on 10 carries.

DeShawn Hanika

*Posted a career-high 38 yards on two receptions. *Scored his second career touchdown.
Sean Shaw Jr.
*Had a career-high five receptions, including his eighth career touchdown reception.

Carston Marshall

*Finished with a career-high five tackles.
Jared Rus
*Career-high three receptions for a career-high 25 yards.

Ashton Cook

*Made first career appearance, going 4-of-4 for 32 yards.

Myles Mendeszoon

*Recorded first career sack, while forcing his second career forced fumble.

Joey Petersen

*His fourth quarter strip sack was his first career sack and forced fumble.

Colby Reeder

*Recorded his second interception of the season and the sixth of his career.

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