Found April 16, 2012 on The Hawk Talk:
Tweet The Iowa Hawkeye football team had an eventful weekend as they held their annual spring game and landed another commit from the class of 2013. The general report coming from the spring game is that the Iowa offense is still a work in progress. This is to be expected as new offensive coordinator, Greg Davis, tries to teach his system to a new set of players for the first time. One thing that was encouraging from the offense was that running backs Damon Bullock and De’Andre Johnson were able to effectively rush the ball. The issues at running back for Iowa have been well documented and having both of these guys rush for over 100 yards is a positive sign. Here is a look at their stats from the spring game that have been provided by the Cedar Rapids Gazette. Damon Bullock — 14 carries for 121 yards, including an 84-yard TD De’Andre Johnson — 15 carries for 116 yards, including a 58-yard TD On the defensive side of the ball, an area that stood out was that were three blitzes that l...
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