IOWA CITY, Iowa (Ticker) -- The balance of power clearly has shifted in the Hawkeye State.
Seneca Wallace ran for a touchdown and passed for another in a 23-point third quarter as Iowa State rallied for its fifth straight win over Iowa, 36-31.
Wallace led the Cyclones (3-1) back from a 24-7 halftime deficit. He scored on a five-yard keeper four minutes into the third quarter, then threw a seven-yard TD pass to Jamaul Montgomery just over three minutes later after a fumble by Iowa quarterback Brad Banks.
Banks fumbled again on the Hawkeyes' next possession and fullback Joe Woodley bowled in from the 1-yard line to put Iowa State in front for good, 28-24. On the next play from scrimmage, linebacker Jeremy Loyd tackle Aaron Greving in the end zone for a safety, capping the big third quarter.
Adam Benike kicked a pair of field goals in the fourth quarter, enabling the Cyclones to withstand a late touchdown pass from Banks to Maurice Brown.
Banks completed 12-of-21 passes for 178 yards and a pair of TDs to Brown for the Hawkeyes, who had won 15 straight in the series before Iowa State's current run.
Wallace was 23-for-37 for 361 yards with an interception. He also carried 12 times for 30 yards.