Iowa's Meyer Named Lou Groza Award "Star of the Week"

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Iowa's Mike Meyer was recognized as one of the "Stars of the Week" by the Lou Groza Award on Monday. Meyer accounted for 12 points in Iowa's 23-7 victory Minnesota last Saturday, helping the Hawkeyes secure the Floyd of Rosedale for the second straight year. In addition to field goals of 49, 46 and 25 yards, the Dubuque, Iowa, native was 2-for-2 on extra point attempts to extend his PAT streak to a school record 100, which is sixth in Big Ten history and the fourth-longest active streak in the nation. Meyer has 53 career field goals and 278 points, with both marks good for third place all-time in the Iowa record books. 2002 Lou Groza Award winner Nate Kaeding remains the all-time leader in both categories. Meyer currently leads the team in scoring with 43 points.

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