There were only six public intoxication arrests made at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday as the unranked Hawkeyes knocked off No. 3 Michigan. And one stands out above the rest.
From the University of Iowa Police report, via Deadspin, comes the tale of Michelle Keys, 35, who thought she was in Ames, Iowa, for the Iowa State-Arizona game. Trouble is, that game didn’t exist. Iowa State played at Kansas on Saturday in Lawrence, Kan. Arizona lost at home to Colorado.
Keys, of Ankeny, Iowa, had a .225 blood alcohol , police wrote. She slurred her speech and spoke in incoherent sentences, police wrote.
Iowa State, of the Big 12, and Arizona, of the Pac-12, haven’t met since 1968. They’ve played four times — a 14-7 Arizona win in 1948, a 14-0 Iowa State win in 1958, a 27-24 Arizona win in 1966 and a 21-12 Arizona win in 1968. The last game was in Ames.