Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free; Preview
The Minnesota Golden Gophers will attempt to stay undefeated on Saturday afternoon when they face the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa The game is scheduled to take place at 12 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on ESPN2. However, if you are not able to watch the game on television, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have looked great through their first four games of the 2012 college football season. They are currently undefeated, but have yet to play a high level of competition. In week one, Minnesota defeated the UNLV Rebels, 30-27 in overtime. In week two, they dominated the New Hampshire Wildcats, 44-7. In week three, they picked up a win against the Western Michigan Broncos, 28-23. Last week Minnesota remained undefeated with a win over the Syracuse Orange, 17-10.
The Golden Gophers are led by their sophomore workhorse running back, Donnell Kirkwood. He has already carried the ball 81 times this season for a total of 361 yards and three touchdowns. Junior receiver A.J. Barker has also stood out through the first four games of the season. He has 14 receptions for 283 yards and four touchdowns.
The Iowa Hawkeyes have had a disappointing start to their 2012 college football season. Through four games, they are currently 2-2. They have wins over the Northern Illinois Huskies and the Northern Iowa Panthers. However, they have losses to the Iowa State Cyclones and the Central Michigan Chippewas.
Considering the overall records of both teams, it is a bit of a surprise to learn that the Iowa Hawkeyes will actually enter this Big Ten game as seven point favorites to defeat the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
We disagree with the odds makers on this game. We strongly believe that Minnesota will come away with the victory.
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