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Here are some quick highlights from Kirk Ferentz’s Tuesday press conference. A complete transcript will follow this afternoon. Ferentz: Medically were in pretty good shape.#hawkeyes — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 Ferentz: "The bottom line is its tough to win a game when you have three turnovers." — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) September 3, 2013 #qctimes Kirk Ferentz: "We felt our defense moved around well.We did some things better on offense than we've done in a long time " — Steve Batterson (@sbatt79) September 3, 2013 Ferentz: "I think all the things we saw that hurt us are addressable" — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) September 3, 2013 Ferentz on Rudock: "I think for most part Jake really handled things well. I thought it was a positive first step." — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) September 3, 2013 #qctimes Ferentz: Next step is learning how to finish off an opponent, felt team was close on several occasions — Steve Batterson (@sbatt79) September 3, 2013 LeShun Daniels "still on the straight ahead list" for playing time, Ferentz said. Opportunity just didnt present itself in the opener. — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 Had right people on field on fake punt, just one communication mixup. — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 Ferentz said they will certainly try to grow Damond Powell's role at receiver. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) September 3, 2013 Ferentz — Best he's seen Hitchens play. Ever. — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 Ferentz said Hitchens was getting to the ball "with a bad attitude." #hawkeyes — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 Fleming has a leg issue. Maybe this week. Malloy has a "medical" issue and will be a couple of weeks. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) September 3, 2013 King played, Daniels will. Ferentz said a decision will be make on the rest of the true freshmen in next few weeks. #hawkeyes — Rick Brown (@ByRickBrown) September 3, 2013 I heard Ferentz on the Big Ten teleconference and am watching his weekly press event via live-streaming. He's not chipper, with good reason. — Mike Hlas (@Hlas) September 3, 2013 The post Ferentz Presser Highlights appeared first on Hawkeye Nation.

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((HT: WHO-TV)) Because he has a four-million dollar per year deal that has him coaching through 2020 Kirk Ferentz has a contract through January 31, 2020, that pays him between $1.87M and $2.07M per season in base salary, plus another $1.48M per season in "recurring supplemental payments." He also gets a "longevity bonus" which requires Iowa AD Gary Barta...

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University of Iowa student Samantha Goudie made national news by going to jail for getting drunk and trying to get on the field at Kinnick Stadium Saturday during the Iowa Hawkeyes loss to Northern Illinois. The reason she’s an internet sensation though is because she scored a .341 BAC on the breathalyzer test. And she’s stayed an internet sensation because 1.) a lot of people...

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