Posted October 22, 2011 on
Christian Kirksey was flying all over the field for the Hawkeyes on Saturday.
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Marvin McNutt caught three touchdown passes to become Iowa's career leader and Marcus Coker ran for two more scores to lead the Hawkeyes past Indiana 45-24 on Saturday.
Kirk Ferentz, a former National Football League assistant coach, called on a current NFL assistant coach to be honorary captain for Saturday when the University of Iowa hosts Indiana in Homecoming football.
Iowa safety Jordan Bernstine met with the media after the Hawkeyes cruised past Indiana for Homecoming.
Iowa cornerback Shaun Prater discusses big win against Indiana.
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz met with the media Saturday after the Hawkeyes topped Indiana, 45-24. Here's a transcript from his postgame interview.
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Marvin McNutt caught three touchdown passes to become Iowa's career leader and Marcus Coker ran for two more scores to lead the Hawkeyes past Indiana 45-24 on Saturday.
University of Iowa senior wide receiver Marvin McNutt, Jr., entered Saturday's game against Indiana with 21 career touchdown receptions. He needed one to stand on top of the list -- and he got three.
It's Iowa and Indiana in the annual Homecoming game Saturday at historic Kinnick Stadium, a game that could include a history-making work by UI wide receiver Marvin McNutt.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Marvin McNutt caught three touchdown passes to become Iowa's career leader and Marcus Coker ran...
Broderick Binns posted two tackles for loss in Iowa's 45-24 win against Indiana.
University of Iowa senior wide receiver Marvin McNutt, Jr., remembers his first collegiate pass reception and his first receiving touchdown. Since those milestones, he has added 122 more catches and 20 additional scores.
Northwestern's women's volleyball team picked up its first Big Ten win of the season away from home Saturday with a straight-set victory (25-16, 25-11, 25-18) over the Iowa Hawkeyes at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa. Yewande Akanbi and Stephanie Holthus led all players in the match with nine kills in the victory.
In search of its first Big Ten victory away from home this season, Northwestern's volleyball team will head west this weekend for an important showdown against the Iowa Hawkeyes Saturday at 7 p.m. inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena.