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Indd 31 31 6/19/08 2:13:01 PM November 12, 2005 43 Hawks Steal the Show in Madison Drew Tate’s touchdown pass to Ryan Majerus boosts Iowa over Wisconsin in Barry Alvarez’s home finale N ovember 12, 2005, was declared “Barry Alvarez Day” across the state by the governor of Wisconsin. On that day Alvarez, who was completing his 16th and final season as head coach, would lead his Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium for the last time against the Iowa Hawkeyes in the annual battle for the Heartland Trophy.
He had been charged with a 15-yard personal foul penalty for a late hit and also felt like he had let the team down by allowing a 30-yard pass play from Clark to Otis Grant. ” It was Crocker’s first interception of the entire year, but it couldn’t have come at a more critical time for Iowa. Buoyed by the momentum gained on that play, the Hawks used a devastating rushing attack led by Batcher and backup Eddie Phillips to dominate the Spartans for the rest of the second half. As the time ticked off the clock, rambunctious celebrants from the crowd gathered in both end zones.
12 The Hawkeyes took a 7–0 lead in the first half, led by the running of Eddie Vincent. The 7–0 lead lasted until the final seconds of the half. On the last drive of the first half, the Iowa defense stopped Notre Dame on a running play inbounds at the Iowa 13-yard line. There were only two seconds left on the clock at the conclusion of the play and Notre Dame had no timeouts. Since the clock runs following a running play that ends inbounds, the Hawks expected the clock to expire so that they would then take the 7–0 lead into the locker room at halftime.