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Posted on Tue, Nov 1, 2011 : 11:04 a.m.

Iowa football team wants to get past tough loss; 'The season is not over,' Kirk Ferentz says

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Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz. "The season is not over. We've got four games left."

Associated Press

Members of the Iowa football team don't want to talk about how tough the remaining four regular-season games might be on the Hawkeyes.

Iowa, coming off a 22-21 loss to Minnesota, next faces No. 13-ranked Michigan, followed by No. 15 Michigan State, then has road trips at Purdue and No. 9 Nebraska, reports. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz was asked about whether that's a tough run on Monday.


“Those are your words,” Ferentz said. “I felt this morning when I woke up, we had a chance to win any of the fives games on our schedule, and lose any of the five. I still feel the same. The season is not over. We’ve got four games left. Feel bad today and tomorrow and get back to work.”

The Michigan (7-1, 3-1) at Iowa (5-3, 2-2) football game starts at noon Saturday (ESPN).