Posted November 13, 2012 on
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz mixed it up with the media for the second press conference in a row. In doing so, he helped take the focus off of football and put it on something bigger.
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Iowa head football coach dropped an F-bomb during a press conference on Tuesday after being asked a question by an AP reporter about a former Iowa athletic department adviser who has been accused of sexual harassment.
"Ferentz objected to the question, “It’s
been out there that you had your players cut off contact with Pete
Gray.” He had a problem with the...
Iowa isn't giving up on Kirk Ferentz despite a third straight season of diminishing results.
The Hawkeyes simply have to hope that the well-respected coach who has twice revived the program has another turnaround in him.
Iowa (4-6, 2-4 Big Ten) is on course for its worst season since 2000, when it went 3-9.
The Hawkeyes have lost four games in a row and will need to beat Michigan...
University of Iowa President Sally Mason said Tuesday she is reviewing the school's handling of an athletics department official who resigned after being accused of improperly touching student athletes for years.
Peter Gray, 59, resigned last week after working for the last decade at the athletics department, where he was in charge of monitoring the academic progress of student...
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Michigan escaped Northwestern on Saturday, keeping its slim Big Ten title hopes alive. Unfortunately, Nebraska did the same with a 32-23 win over Penn State. Two games remain for both team, one of which is a common opponent – Iowa. The Hawkeyes are ready for the season – and perhaps Kirk Ferentz’s job – to end after four straight losses, the...