Found December 05, 2012 on
Shirts With Random Triangles:
This is Bret Bielema. The man who is the hope for the
future of Arkansas football. This is the man who will be walking
in the footsteps of Frank Broyles. Bielema may very well hold the fate of Arkansas football in his hands.
And here's Bret Bielema's Iowa Tiger Hawk tattoo, inked in all its glory on his left calf. Bielema had it done when as a walk-on defensive lineman at Iowa, he earned a scholarship from then Hawkeye HC Hayden Fry :
Look upon his Iowa tattoo, ye Hogs, and despair.
No matter how well Bielema does in Fayetteville, there will always be the big possibility that Iowa will call him home, and he will respond to its call gladly. Especially if Iowa HC Kirk Ferentz bombs as bad as he did this season.
(via Lost Lettermen. Inspired by Tyler Bray.)
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Aaron White tied his season high with 21 points as Iowa beat South Dakota 87-63 on Tuesday night.
Devyn Marble added 14 points and eight rebounds for the Hawkeyes (7-2), who pulled away from the Coyotes with a 15-0 run at the end of the first half.
Trevor Gruis scored 16 points to lead South Dakota (4-5).
Iowa controlled the interior with 54 points in the paint and a 50-31 rebounding...
Iowa players Devyn Marble, Mike Gesell, Adam Woodbury and Anthony Clemmons speak with reporters as the Hawkeyes prepare to play host to Iowa State on Friday.
Iowa's Eric May, Roy Devyn Marble and Aaron White talked about their team's 87-63 win against South Dakota Tuesday night in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Wisconsin’s Bret Bielema is headed to the SEC to coach the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Wisconsin is returning to the Rose Bowl for the third straight year after going only 8-5 in the regular season. The Badgers won the B1G Championship this year despite placing third in their division. Wisconsin played in the B1G Championship game because both Penn State and Ohio State are ineligible...