Posted August 18, 2013 on iowa.scout.com
PLAYERS: Nic Shimonek
TEAMS: Iowa Hawkeyes
Incoming freshman quarterback Nic Shimonek saw his first action in front of the Iowa fans at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday during the team's annual Kids Day Event. See how he looked in this video of his film cut-ups.
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