Northwestern got off to a strong start and held on to beat Iowa 28-17 in Big Ten Conference play Saturday. The homestanding Wildcats got off to a 28-3 lead before the Hawkeyes rallied for two touchdowns in a comeback bid. The Hawkeyes fall to 2-2 in the Big Ten and 4-4 overall. Iowa was hurt by sacks, penalties and lack of execution on offense. Running back Mark Weisman, a native of Buffalo Grove, Ill., exited late in the second quarter with an injury and rushed for just 21 yards. Damon Bullock handled most of the rushing and finished with 107 yards.
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