Found April 27, 2013 on HawkeyeNation.com:
Iowa held its final practice of the spring on Saturday in Kinnick Stadium….here’s a quick look back via twitter and a reminder that the practice will shown on the Big Ten Network on Sunday night at 7pm central.  We’ll share more over the weekend including thoughts from HawkeyeGameFilm.   Rudock with a completion for a first down to Jacob Hillyer. Followed that with another completion to Hillyer. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Jordan Canzeri with the first big play; broke from a pile and reversed field for a 26-yard gain. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Big Carl Davis with another sack; this one against Beathard. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 All three quarterbacks look about the same so far midway through the second quarter; nobody really stands out. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Carl Davis finally gets credit for his third sack; defense leads 26-19 at the break. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 So far Iowa’s defensive line (read Carl Davis) looks improved. Davis has dominated Jordan Walsh — Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) April 27, 2013 Sokol closes drive with 2-yard TD run. Completed 23-yarder to Blake Haluska to set it up. 27-26 O. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) April 27, 2013 Canzeri has looked great out on the edge with outside zone & stretch looks today; has speed to get corner & has great ability to cut — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 First play of second half with Beathard working with 1s, flea flicker to Cotton. Got interfered w/ by Lomax. — Brendan Stiles (@thebstiles) April 27, 2013 Defense sent the house, Beathard dumps it off to Canzeri, who scored from about 40-50 yards out. — Brendan Stiles (@thebstiles) April 27, 2013 Canzeri looks to be the most explosive of Iowa’s top three running backs. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Canzeri reminds me of Fred Russell with how explosive he is and with how low to the ground he runs. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Cameron Wilson showing nice, soft hands. Catching ball in front of body, staying with the play. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) April 27, 2013 Cody Sokol with a15-yard TD pass to jake Duzey. Sokol completed 5 of 7 passes on the drive for 84 yards. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Sokol & Beathard have had some excellent moments today; made some plays with feet & arm. Rudock been most consistent but least flashy IMO — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 Well done by the #Iowa WRs today, especially Cam Wilson, who has caught everything thrown his way & made plays after catch. — Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) April 27, 2013 This is a two QB race between Rudock and Sokol. Edge Rudock. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) April 27, 2013 Dare I say #Iowa offense has looked crisp today. Almost all no-huddle. Nice tempo. Impressed. — Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) April 27, 2013 DT Carl Davis, WR Cam Wilson and RB Jordan Canzeri have stood out the most today in my opinion. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Kirk Ferentz just said cornerback Jordan lomax earned a perfect 4.0 grade-point average last semester. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Ferentz just raved about Lomax as a player and person; said he’s serious about everything and a joy to coach. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 27, 2013 Overall pretty good day for the offense the up-tempo offense looked good. Big story was Carl Davis on defense; looked great today! — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 RB: canzeri had a great day; bullock & Weisman solid but a little quiet; Malloy showed some burst on a few carries as well — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 WR: thought Hillyer showed better today than in past; rough day for Smith, Lowery ate him up most of day, dropped a deep ball too — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 WR: KMM was efficient as usual; Wilson had a great day all around, may play his way into reps.Thought Haluska flashed too,needs consistency — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 TE: thought Hamilton had another sound day, Overall a little quiet on the TE front in the passing game, most targets came on boot action — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 TE: did notice more targets on the red zone today, should be a strength from a match up perspective in ’13, may need to with WR situation — Hawkeye Gamefilm (@hawkeyegamefilm) April 27, 2013 Ferentz said he’s intrigued by redshirt frosh Michael Malloy from Sioux City, bouncing back from knee inj. #hawkeyes — Rick Brown (@RickBrownDMR) April 27, 2013 Damon Bullock said the offense will operate exclusively out of a no-huddle next season. Kirk Ferentz said it won’t. I know who I believe. — Pat Harty (@PatHarty) April 28, 2013   RECAPS Offense 61, Defense 37 — Stats, lineups, quick impressions | TheGazette thegazette.com/2013/04/27/off… — Cameron Wilson’s numbers are insane — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) April 28, 2013 #Iowa Going No-Huddle? No So Fast Says Ferentz – iowa.scout.com/2/1287537.html Plus News & Notes from #Hawkeyes Spring Game — Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) April 28, 2013 Iowa’s Bullock takes snaps at WR this spring | TheGazette thegazette.com/2013/04/27/iow… — Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) April 28, 2013 Iowa spring game: Quick notes and videos | TheGazette thegazette.com/2013/04/27/iow… — Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) April 28, 2013 Hawkeyes would love spring’s Carl Davis this fall:   IOWA CITY — I don’t know if Iowa can flip its 4-8 record … bit.ly/164wJbW — Mike Hlas (@Hlas) April 28, 2013       The post Hawkeyes Scrimmage in Kinnick appeared first on Hawkeye Nation.
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