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Once again, a certain QB is being discussed amongst Hawkeye message board land. This time it's not about a fight or an arrest. For what seems like a rumor that will never go away, AJ Derby switching from quarterback to linebacker is back up for discussion.
On HawkeyeNation, nwiahawks is stating that Derby has changed to linebacker in practice.
Derby moving from QB to LB has been a subject of rumor since his arrival at Iowa. In the summer of 2010 Hawkeye Insider's Rob Howe tweeted that the move was coming. It didn't at that time.
Derby had worked hard enough at quarterback to earn the number two spot on the roster. Derby remained number two until his suspension following his arrest for public intox the October 2nd. Coach Ferentz stated just yesterday, during his weekly press conference, that Derby was "back with us full speed. He did a really nice job the last two weeks. In fact, he was one of the guys running around throwing the ball against our defense,...
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First, what a fantastic mid-October night for some football.
Iowa's second play was an interesting bunch formation. Both Derby and Herman with Keenan Davis the outside wide receiver. McNutt was wide on the opposite side.
Coker's first carry was a little trap off the backside. Northwestern was in a 4-3 over and Iowa attacked the backside. It was a nice run by Coker and...
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz speaks some more with media members after his main press conference concludes.
TweetOnce again the Iowa Hawkeyes find themselves favored as they take on the Indiana Hoosiers at Kinnick Stadium.
Iowa is 23.5 point favorites in this game and are facing a team that does not have a win over a FBS opponent this season. As of right now, 58% of people placing bets on this game are taking the Hoosiers with the points. The over/under for this game is at 53.5 points...
Marcus Coker doesn't think about injury when bowling over a defensive back. Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz wouldn't have it any other way.
The Iowa Hawkeyes face Indiana this week in their third Big Ten conference game and are heavy favorites to win this game.
Iowa has clear advantage in this game on the offensive side of the ball as the Hoosiers have one of the worst defenses in the Big Ten. Teams have been able to do whatever they want on offense against the Hoosiers because they are having trouble stopping...
University of Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz discussed the Hawkeyes Homecoming game against Indiana (1-6, 0-3 Big Ten) Tuesday at the Hayden Fry Football Complex.
A transcript from Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz's session with the media on Tuesday.
The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team will host the Iowa Hawkeyes on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at the NU Coliseum at 7 p.m. The match will air live on NET and BTN.com.
Oct 22, 12:00 PM | Turf of Kinnick Stadium
Indiana Hoosiers vs Iowa Hawkeyes Odds
Indiana travels to Iowa on Saturday, hoping to boost its 1-6 mark in Week 8 action with a victory over the Hawkeyes.
Backers of the Hawkeyes have seen them go 4-2 and 3-3 ATS so far this season, while the Hoosiers are at 1-6 and 3-4 ATS. In totals betting, the Hoosiers...