Posted January 23, 2012 on iowa.scout.com
PLAYERS: A.J. Derby
TEAMS: Iowa Hawkeyes
After a short stint at linebacker for Iowa, A.J. Derby will return to his comfortable spot under center. The former Hawkeye transferred to Coffeyville Community College where he will play quarterback.
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