Posted September 21, 2013 on
Western Michigan Coach P.J. Fleck knew his team ran into a Iowa squad clicking on all cylinders Saturday. He talked about Iowa's dominance and his respect for its head coach, Kirk Ferentz.
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The Iowa Hawkeyes obliterated Western Michigan on Saturday in Kinnick Stadium, a rout that was sparked by back to back punt returns for touchdowns by Kevonte Martin-Manley.
He’s the first player in the Big Ten to do that since Garcia Lane of Ohio State in 1983 and just the third in league history. It was that kind of day for Iowa when most things went right during the final three...
At his Tuesday news conference, Kirk Ferentz talked about one of the next steps for progress for this year’s Iowa team.
“I think we’re practicing hard. I think we’re doing that. Last week, the effort was there and the guys were trying. It’s not that they weren’t trying. We just have to practice a little bit cleaner and then hopefully our execution will show up...
The Iowa Hawkeyes take on Western Michigan today and (according to Twitter) this is apparently what the student section looked like about 20 minutes before the game. That is one Iowa Hawkeye fan in the picture. Noon kick offs are notorious for having low attendance at schools. People show up late. If this picture is accurate, this is pretty bad.
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Iowa football rarely has been easy on the nerves during Kirk Ferentz's 15-year run. This season is shaping up to be much of the same. The key to survival is exhibiting patience and enjoying the ride.
The Iowa Hawkeyes have finished their non-conference portion of the season at 3-1. I think that’s a number a lot of fans and prognosticators believed this team would be sitting on through four games.
That said, how they have gotten there and what they have shown may be different than what some expected. I’ll take a look at each of Iowa’s remaining eight opponents, list...
Iowa used two quarterbacks on Saturday for the first time since the Insight Bowl to end the 2011 season. Starter Jake Rudock and backup, C.J. Beathard, accounted well for themselves. They talk about it in this premium video.