There are 6-8 universities that the Packers have drawn heavily enough from that we can create an entire 22-man Packer roster of alums. Our seventh installment, though, lacks a quarterback so our Iowa team needs to run the single-wing.
|E||Jim Keane; Dick Evans|
|T||Bryan Bulaga; Dave Croston|
|G||Ross Verba; Ron Hallstrom|
|RB||Jim Jensen; Herm Schneidman; Bill Reichardt|
|DE||Mike Daniels; Aaron Kampman|
|DT||Colin Cole; Jeff Drost|
|LB||Abdul Hodge; Joe Mott; Frank Balazs|
|CB||Bob Jeter; Mycah Hyde|
|S||Emlen Tunnell; Al Randolph; Matt Bowen; Kerry Cooks|
Iowa features a pile driving front line to power its four-pronged running attack; tailback Joe Laws, though, only completed 10 of 33 passes as a Packer, so the passing game would be substandard. On defense, Iowa could generate a pass rush from Mike Daniels and Aaron Kampmann, but the tackles and linebackers are weak. However, the defensive backfield is very strong with Hall of Famer Tunnell, Pro Bowler Jeter and solid starters Randolph and Hyde.
Custom 1951 Topps-style cards are colorized.