IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Michigan failed its first major road test of the season.It might not matter for the Wolverines and their playoff hopes -- if they win out.Freshman Keith Duncan kicked a 33-yard field goal as time expired and Iowa stunned second-ranked Michigan 14-13 on Saturday night, damaging the Wolverines playoff hopes.We just have to look in the mirror and look at the film and become better because of this, Michigan tight end Jake Butt said. Theres really no excuse, theres absolutely no excuse.But Michigan is still very much alive, in part because No. 3 Clemson and No. 4 Washington lost earlier in the day -- at home, no less.Still, its the middle of November and the Wolverines have yet to beat a team with more than one league win on the road.Wilton Speight threw for 103 yards with a pick for the Wolverines, who gained just 201 yards of offense.We didnt make enough plays to extend drives, first downs. We missed on some deep throws, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said. Every little thing doesnt always go your way, and to win, youve got to make it that way.Akrum Wadley had 115 yards rushing to help the Hawkeyes (6-4, 4-3 Big Ten) beat a top-five team for the first time in six years.Michigan (9-1, 6-1, No. 3 CFP) appeared to have the game wrapped up when Channing Stribling intercepted C.J. Beathards pass with 1:54 left. But the Hawkeyes stuffed the Wolverines, and a facemask penalty put Iowa at Michigans 36 with 1:23 to go.Duncan then drilled the ball through the uprights from nearly the exact same spot where Daniel Murray hit the winner eight years ago to knock Penn State out of the national title picture.It was an incredible feeling, said Duncan, who was immediately mobbed by teammates and fans. Its definitely the biggest kick Ive had.THE TAKEAWAYMichigan: The Wolverines offense struggled mightily on a cold and windy night in Iowa City -- where they had lost in each of their last three trips. Michigans top-ranked defense made up for it for much of the night, but a bad final series by its offense and a crushing penalty put Iowa in position to pull off the massive upset.Iowa: After three straight homes losses and a 41-14 loss at Penn State last week, the Hawkeyes redeemed themselves. The defense looked like the one that was expected to help the Hawkeyes compete for a second straight Big Ten title, and the offense did just enough to give the program a win it sorely needed after weeks of listless play.POLL IMPLICATIONS: Its hard to see Michigan falling further than fourth in the Top 25 . One-loss Louisville and Ohio State could jump past the Wolverines, but all that matters is being in the top four when the playoff committee makes its selections.HISTORY REPEATS ITSELFDuncans big kick was not only reminiscent to 2008, but 1985 -- and Michigan was involved in that one. In what is remembered as perhaps the biggest game in the history of Kinnick Stadium, top-ranked Iowa beat No. 2 Michigan 12-10 on a field goal at the final whistle. The Hawkeyes were later knocked off by Ohio State -- and if the same happens to Michigan on Nov. 26, it can likely forget about the playoffs.THE NUMBERSMichigan ran for only 98 yards on 35 carries. ...Wadley had his best game for the Hawkeyes, even if hes put up bigger numbers in previous efforts. Wadley also caught a 3-yard TD pass on a fourth-down play to bring the Hawkeyes within 10-8. ...Kenny Allen kicked a career-long 51-yard field goal with 9:35 left. ...Iowas home season has certainly been interesting. Before beating Michigan, it lost to North Dakota State of the FCS -- also on a kick at the final whistle.HE SAID ITId rather throw for 60 yards and get a win than throw for 400 and get a loss, Beathard said. He was just 8 of 19 passing for 66 yards.UP NEXTMichigan closes out its home schedule against Indiana, its final tuneup for what should be yet another massive showdown with rival Ohio State.Iowa travels to face Illinois in its last road game of 2016. The Hawkeyes are 3-1 on the road.---More college football at www.collegefootball.ap.org Buy Air Jordan 4 Australia . Its sharpness matched my mind. This was no night to go to sleep. Air Jordan 4 Australia Online . As he recorded his 23rd and 24th points of the evening, a segment of the sellout Air Canada Centre crowd expressed their appreciation for the Raptors point guard with a smattering of MVP chants. http://www.airjordan4australia.com/ . Tevez, who has had conflicts with coaches in the past, has not been called up since Sabella was named coach in 2011. Argentina boasts Lionel Messi, Gonzalo Higuain, Sergio Aguero, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Angel Di Maria. 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How did they get here?Both sides confirmed their places in the League Two play-off spots with a few games to spare - saving the drama for their semi-final fixtures. AFC Wimbledon played Accrington - who narrowly missed out on automatic promotion - in their tie and took a vital 1-0 first-leg lead after Tom Beere struck in the 93rd minute. Highlights from the second leg of the League Two play-off semi-final as Accrington took on AFC Wimbledon Stanley raced into a 2-0 lead during the second leg at the Wham Stadium, but after Adebayo Akinfenwa dragged the Dons level on aggregate, it was Lyle Taylor who netted an extra-time winner to seal a 3-2 victory. Plymouth Argyles Jamille Matt celebrates scoring during the play-off semi-finals Plymouth, meanwhile, drew 2-2 in their first-leg tie against Portsmouth - Jamille Matt scoring with an overhead kick - before a 91st-minute winner from Pete Hartley at Home Park fired the Pilgrims into the Wembley final. Highlights from the second leg of the League Two playoff semi-final between Plymouth and Portsmouth Play-off previousThe Dons boast plenty of non-league play-off experience, winning finals in the Conference South and Conference Premier, the latter result - a 3-2 win over Luton on penalties - sealing their place in League Two at the end of the 2010/11 season. Plymouth have three play-off appearances under their belts. They lost to Burnley in the semi-finals in the 1993/94 season but won the Division Three play-off final against Darlington in 1995/96 under the guidance of Neil Warnock.They also made it to the League Two play-off semi-finals last term, but were beaten 5-3 on aggregate by Wycombe Wanderers.Head-to-headThe two sides have met three times so far this season - twice in the league and once in the Johnstones Paint Trophy - with Plymouth just edging the contests. There was pandemonium as Plymouth secured their League Two play-off final spot They won the first League Two meeting on the opening day of the season and the cup tie - coming from 2-0 behind to win 3-2 - while AFC Wimbledon took the spoils during a 2-1 win at Home Park in April. The Dons also just edge the overall encounters, winning four times to Plymouths three, alongside four draws.The managersAFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley is set to fulfill a childhood when he leads his team out at Wembley on Monday and has praised his side for their togetherness this season. Neal Ardley is set to fulfill a childhood dream when he leads his side out at Wembley As much as playing at Wembley, I dreamed as a kid of leading a team out at Wembley. I always wanted to be a manager and it is one on my bucket list to do this, which was why I was fairly emotional, he told the clubs official website.There is a great spirit around the place. Since Christmas the bond between the first-team, our club, and the fans has been immense. There is a real connection there at the moment and the best in my time.Plymouth manager Derek Adams only took over the side in June 2015, taking the side to Wembley in his first season in English football, and is relishing the trip to the famous stadium.dddddddddddd Derek Adams celebrates after the second leg at Home Park Its a fantastic achievement for the football club, just to get to Wembley. Its 20 years since Plymouth Argyle have been there, and were going back, he said.Im delighted that the players, their families and the supporters have got an opportunity to go and have a good day out at Wembley, but you only have a good day out at Wembley when you win.Team newsArdley will not choose his starting XI to face Plymouth until Saturday after a couple of niggles were picked up in the semi-final win over Accrington.Connor Smith (neck) and Jon Meades (ankle) have both trained all week with no fresh injury or suspension worries but George Francomb is unlikely to feature due to a knee injury. Adebayo Akinfenwa had a huge influence from the bench during the semi-finals Adams has a full compliment of players to choose from at Wembley, with only long-term absentees Ryan Brunt and Josh Simpson remaining out.Reuben Reid will also be vying for a recall to the starting line-up following his own return from injury, but Fleetwood loanee Jamille Matt looks set to continue up front after his fine performances in the semi-finals, including a brace in the first leg at Fratton Park.Holloways key menPlymouth - Graham Carey Graham Carey is full of talent says Ian Holloway To get 11 goals from midfield at any level is impressive. Hes slotted in perfectly in his debut season - hes a very talented boy.AFC Wimbledon - Paul Robinson Will Paul Robinsons previous play-off experience help AFC Wimbledon? What a fantastic bloke to have around. Hell be relishing this challenge and has history in the play-offs, scoring a Wembley winner for his boyhood club Millwall.Match statsIf they are promoted, it will be the highest level AFC Wimbledon have ever played at having been founded in 2002 and it will also be their sixth promotion in 14 seasons.Not only is this AFC Wimbledons first experience of the Football League play-offs, it will also be their first competitive match at Wembley.Plymouths Graham Carey and AFC Wimbledons Lyle Taylor have both scored in two of the three meetings between the Pilgrims and the Dons this season. The Plymouth team have been getting suits fitted for the big day In three of the last six seasons in League Two, the team promoted via the play-offs has finished seventh while only one team who finished fifth has gone up in that time (Southend last season).Jamille Matt has scored six goals in his last six matches away from Home Park for Plymouth.Lyle Taylor was one of four League Two players to score 20 league goals in the regular season, along with Matty Taylor (27), Jay Simpson (25) and John Akinde (23).BettingPlymouth are Sky Bets 6/4 favourites for the victory with AFC Wimbledon priced at 2/1 while the draw and added time is a 21/10 chance. Either side to produce a winner in additional time is available at 6/1 while a penalty shoot-out is 7/2 with the Football League sponsor.Lyle Taylor heads the first goalscorer betting at 4/1 while Jamille Matt is rated the Pilgrims main threat at 9/2 to net first.Ollies verdict Tom Beere and his AFC Wimbledon team-mates will be tough opposition for Plymouth, thinks Ollie My heart is telling me to go for Plymouth but my head is saying AFC Wimbledon. Id love to see the Green Army do it - the sight of 30,000 of them coming up the M4 will be a wonderful picture.However, Id be worried if I was Plymouth as this Wimbledon team will be a tough team to knock out. I can see the Londoners winning in extra-time.OLLIE PREDICTS: 1-1 (Sky Bet odds 5/1) with AFC Wimbledon to win in extra time (12/1)Watch the League Two play-off final on Sky Sports 1 HD from 2pm on Monday, May 30 - or follow with our live blog on skysports.com and the Sky Sports apps. 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