Posted April 05, 2012 on
Despite a strong senior season, Jordan Bernstine grabbed few headlines in 2011. The Iowa safety turned heads at Iowa's pro day last month. He talked about that performance and more in this exclusive Hawkeye Insider interview.

Jordan Canzeri to return in 2012?

Tweet Jordan Canzeri had surgery yesterday to repair his torn ACL but Kirk Ferentz has not ruled out the possibility of his return in 2012. Reports began to come out on Wednesday that Jordan Canzeri would need 5-to-6 months to recover from his surgery and that would make his return around September. He would need to have a medical clearance to practice but with advancements in these...

Iowa RB Canzeri to have knee surgery

Iowa running back Jordan Canzeri was scheduled for surgery Wednesday to repair a torn knee ligament and could miss the 2012 season. Coach Kirk Ferentz says Canzeri is expected to need at least five to six months to recover. Ferentz wouldn't rule out a return by Canzeri next fall, saying it all depends on how quickly Canzeri can recover. The school did not identify which knee...

Iowa assistant Reese Morgan switches sides

When Iowa defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski left for rival Nebraska after last season, Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz predictably replaced him with someone he knew and trusted. The choice he made in filling that vacancy was a bit unorthodox: He asked assistant Reese Morgan to switch sides and coach the defensive line after nine seasons leading the offensive line. Even Morgan was...

Iowa Player Video

Iowa players James Ferentz, Steve Bigach and Greg Castillo spoke with the media on Wednesday. See what they had to say in these video interviews.

Iowa Coaches Talk

Iowa Head Coach Kirk Ferentz and assistants, Reese Morgan and Erik Campbell met with the media on Wednesday. The following is a transcript from the session.
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