Found March 21, 2013 on Know It All Football:
Spring has not quite sprung, but for college football teams across the country, and specifically in the B1G, the time to lace ‘em up and get after it has once again arrived. While it seems like only yesterday Notre Dame was getting embarrassed in the sham and popularity contest they call the NCAA national title game, months have actually passed since most college teams have formally met and threw around the pig skin. Here at Know It All Football, we’ve got all the dirt (and artificial turf) you need to keep up to date on your favorite B1G team.  In part 3 of our B1G spring preview, we take a look at the Iowa Hawkeyes. IOWA Camp Opens: March 27th Spring Game: April 27th 2012 is finally behind the Iowa Hawkeyes, but excuse me if I can’t quite get the bad taste of that season out of my mouth. The Hawks must first and foremost address the glaring hole at QB. The Iowa passing game was dead last in the conference in touchdown passes thrown in 2012. James Vandenberg has moved on (to the de...
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