Week 6 has kicked off with a Big Ten matchup so delightfully Big Ten that you may as well scrape both of your elbows just to get into the mood. And through one quarter, No. 14 Iowa and No. 19 Michigan have played a game that’s gone through all ranges of the B1G spectrum. The Wolverines led 10-3 at halftime thanks in large part to a dominating defense that has shown up nicely. In particular, Michigan’s defensive line has played up with Kwity Paye recording a pair of sacks. Michigan has also done a nice job containing Iowa’s running game. The Hawkeyes have just 13 yards on 18 carries. That’s resulted in quarterback Nate Stanley trying to win the game on his own. So far, the results have been sub-par as Stanley threw his first two picks of the season. In all, Iowa has three turnovers. That’s definitely not how you win on the road. Still, Michigan would like to put a few more points on the scoreboard before they’re comfortable sitting on a lead and leaning on their defense. CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest scores, highlights and analysis from Michigan vs. Iowa. If you are unable to view the live updates below, please click here.
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