IOWA CITY, Iowa - North Dakota State has a reputation of beating the big boys and Saturday they proved it again.
The Bison shocked No. 13 Iowa, 23-21 on a last second field goal.
The Hawkeyes led 14-7 at the half thanks to two C.J. Beathard touchdown passes but NDSU never went away.
Iowa led 21-14 with just over three minutes left in the game, but NDSU's Easton Stick hit Chase Morlock for a wide open touchdown to make it 21-20. The Bison missed the two-point conversion.
After a three and out for Iowa, NDSU marched right back down the field where Cam Pedersen delivered the biggest kick in program history, a 37-yard field goal to give the Bison the win.
NDSU dominated the trenches as they rushed for 239 yards while Iowa could only manage 34 yards rushing.
The Hawkeyes were missing two starting offensive lineman, Sean Welsh and James Daniels.
Iowa will now start Big 10 play next week at Rutgers.