The 1981 Iowa Hawkeyes football team represented the University of Iowa in the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Hawks were 6–2 in conference play and were Big Ten Conference co-champions. Iowa went to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 23 years. Their previous appearance in the 1958 season, when Iowa won the 1959 Rose Bowl. It was also Iowa's first winning season since 1961. This time Iowa had a more difficult time, shutout by Don James's Washington Huskies, 28–0. The Hawkeyes finished the 1981 season at 8–4.

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  • The 1981 Iowa Hawkeyes football team represented the University of Iowa in the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Hawks were 6–2 in conference play and were Big Ten Conference co-champions. Iowa went to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 23 years. Their previous appearance in the 1958 season, when Iowa won the 1959 Rose Bowl. It was also Iowa's first winning season since 1961. This time Iowa had a more difficult time, shutout by Don James's Washington Huskies, 28–0. The Hawkeyes finished the 1981 season at 8–4. (en)
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  • --09-26
  • --10-03
  • --10-10
  • --10-17
  • --10-24
  • --10-31
  • --11-07
  • --11-14
  • --11-21
  • --09-12
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  • Bill Brashier
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  • Safety, blocked punt through end zone
  • Anthony Carter 17-yard pass from Steve Smith
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  • Blatcher 2-yard run
  • Blatcher 9-yard run
  • Campbell 9-yard pass from Gales
  • Eddie Phillips 2-yard run
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  • Gallery 27-yard field goal
  • Gallery 31-yard field goal
  • Gallery 33-yard field goal
  • Gallery 52-yard field goal
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  • Mark Bortz recovered fumble in end zone
  • Nichol 23-yard field goal
  • Nichol 26-yard field goal
  • Nichol 30-yard field goal
  • Nichol 34-yard field goal
  • Nichol 35-yard field goal
  • Nichol 36-yard field goal
  • Nichol 43-yard field goal
  • Olejniczak 35-yard field goal
  • Phil Blatcher 1-yard run
  • Phil Blatcher 2-yard run
  • Phillips 1-yard run
  • Ramsey 1-yard run
  • Roger Craig 1-yard run
  • Tom Nichol 20-yard field goal
  • Tom Nichol 35-yard field goal
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  • Hawkeyes
  • #5 Wolverines
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  • IOWA 10-7
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  • IOWA 16-0
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  • IOWA 19-7
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  • IOWA 26-7
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  • The 1981 Iowa Hawkeyes football team represented the University of Iowa in the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Hawks were 6–2 in conference play and were Big Ten Conference co-champions. Iowa went to the Rose Bowl for the first time in 23 years. Their previous appearance in the 1958 season, when Iowa won the 1959 Rose Bowl. It was also Iowa's first winning season since 1961. This time Iowa had a more difficult time, shutout by Don James's Washington Huskies, 28–0. The Hawkeyes finished the 1981 season at 8–4. (en)
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  • 1981 Iowa Hawkeyes football team (en)
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