2011 Insight Bowl Score Update: Sooners Lead Hawkeyes 21-7 In Fourth Quarter

The first three quarters of the 2011 Insight Bowl in Tempe, AZ have been a decidedly one-sided affair. At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Iowa Hawkeyes have finally gotten on the board but still trail the No. 14 Oklahoma Sooners by a score of 21-7.

The Sooners extended their lead to 21-0 in the third quarter when Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones completed the first touchdown pass of the game to Trent Ratterree from three yards out. The touchdown ended a 64-yard, 10-play drive by the Sooners.

The Hawkeyes finally managed to find the end zone in the opening seconds of the fourth quarter, finishing a 75-yard, 16-play drive with a five-yard James Vandenberg pass to C.J. Fiedorowicz. Iowa remains in the game by scoring, but have seemed grossly overmatched so far.

For more on the Insight bowl, visit Iowa blog Black Heart Gold Pants and Oklahoma blog Crimson and Cream Machine. For the latest on the postseason, visit SB Nation's college football bowls section.

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