Ohio State 38   Iowa 17
The Buckeyes marched into Iowa City and proved why they are #1 in the country.  Here are a few photos from the game courtesy of the AP Wire sources.  With the 5-0 start and a 2-0 start in the Big Ten, Ohio State is clearly in the driver seat for the Big Ten Championship and a chance to go to the National Championship game January 8th.  

Gregg Watson - Buckeye50 Photographer
September 30th, 2006
Drew Tate had the game on his shoulders but only managed
19-41 passing and 3 interceptions
Troy Smith continued his quest for the Heisman Trophy with 4 TD tosses and 187 yards on 16-25 passing
Most people consider Jim Tressel and Kirk Ferentz as the two best coaches in the Big Ten
Back from injury, Roy Hall grabs a touchdown catch in the 2nd half of the game, his first TD reception since the 2004 Marshall game
Anthony 'Bubble Boy' Gonzalez had another great outing with 5 receptions and two TD's
Antonio Pittman earns 117 yards on 25 carries and added one touchdown to his season totals
Brandon Mitchell got the first of three OSU interceptions.
Brian Robiskie grabs his second TD pass in as many games
Ted Ginn just misses this pass but led the team with 7 receptions
Laurinaitis gets his 4th interception of the season
Smith made them miss all night long
Tate was pressured or sacked throughout the evening
Ginn made some key catches this week to keep drives alive
Chris Wells had 14 carries for 78 yards
Nick Patterson contributed on defense
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