Central Michigan at Iowa: Postgame Notes

- Central Michigan’s win over Iowa is the first in program history and its first over a Big Ten opponent since the Chippewas defeated Michigan State, 29-27, in East Lansing on September 12, 2009

- Central Michigan’s streak of not being called for a penalty lasted 10 quarters before coming to an end early in the third when the Chippewas were flagged five yards for illegal procedure. CMU finished the game with four penalties for 25 yards while Iowa had nine for 106 yards.

- David Harman’s four field goals were the most by a CMU kicker in a game since Andrew Aguila equaled that number versus Troy in the 2010 GMAC Bowl.

- With eight catches for 105 yards, senior wide receiver Cody Wilson moved into fifth place on CMU’s all-time receptions list (172) and into seventh place on the career receiving yards list (2,064).

- Cody Wilson also extended his consecutive games with a catch streak to 32 games. He entered the game tied with West Virginia’s Tavon Austin for the third longest streak in the NCAA.

- Sophomore wide receiver Titus Davis caught two touchdown passes in a game for the fourth time in his career.

- Junior fullback Tyler Lombardo’s 22-yard reception in the second quarter was a career long. His three total catches tied a career high.

- Freshman running back Saylor Lavallii’s eight-yard reception in the third quarter was the first of his career.

- David Harman’s 33-yard field goal in the first quarter was the first points allowed by Iowa off a turnover this season. Hawkeye fullback Mark Weisman fumbled to give CMU the ball.

- Sophomore linebacker Cody Lopez’s recovery of an Iowa fumble in the first half was the first of his career.

- CMU opens MAC play next Saturday (September 29) at Northern Illinois. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET. The Chippewas are the last conference team to beat the Huskies, winning 48-41 in Mount Pleasant on Oct. 1, 2011.