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Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz kicked off spring ball on Tuesday with a press conference. The team begins practice on Wednesday with a depth chart showing a lot of youth and inexperience.
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Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz met with the media Tuesday to preview spring practice, which gets underway on Wednesday.
Top clips from Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz's first press conference from the spring on Tuesday.
Spring practice starts today and the first depth chart for next season has been released.
Two names from the defensive side of the ball that are not on the list are Dominic Alvis and Carl Davis because they are still recovering from knee injuries. Also, you will find Jason White’s name missing at the running back spot because he is transferring to get more playing time.
After his main press conference ended on Tuesday, Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz answered a few more questions on the side of the podium.
Iowa safety Jordan Bernstine auditions for NFL scouts today and will conduct a full workout.
The athletic defensive back recorded 99 tackles last season with three tackles for losses and one sack, one forced fumbe and one fumble recovery.
The former Parade Magazine All-American also averaged 23.8 yards per kickoff return.
Berstine's uncle, Rod Bernstine, played in the NFL for nine seasons.
One of the hallmarks of the Iowa program under coach Kirk Ferentz has been staff continuity. Players came and went, but the assistant coaches never seemed to change.
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Links to HI content from Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz's press conference Tuesday to kick off spring football 2012, including main and OTS transcripts, the new two-deep, Howe column, and a Prime Cuts video package.
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