In our second week of conference previews, we take a look at the Big Ten conference. Known for its offensive and defensive linemen, the top-10 seniors this year feature those two positions, with the top four prospects. However, it’s the team’s that intrigue, with Iowa and Nebraska taking up four of the top five spots.
Get used to\ Carl Davis as being a first-round option, as...
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Iowa holds their first scrimmage in Kinnick today, then will have a second on Saturday in front of the fans.
No. 14 — DT Carl Davis | TheGazette
Podcast: ‘On Iowa’ talks media day, recruiting | TheGazette
No. 12 — QB Cody Sokol | TheGazette
Phil Steele released his 2013 All Big Ten teams on Monday, all four of them. You can read the entire list at this link.
Here is Steele’s first team…tell me what you don’t see:
Here is a hint: No Hawkeyes.
Steele had two Hawkeyes on his 2012 All Big Ten 1st Team; Micah Hyde and Keenan Davis. I remember writing that it was the first time I could recall Steele not having an...
This item was authored by HawkeyeGameFilm, a former BCS conference football player and a person who has done scouting work for high school, college and professional football teams. What follows are his thoughts on Iowa’s offense during their final Saturday practice.
The story of the defense and probably the entire scrimmage was Carl Davis. Iowa’s coaching staff...
When I look at college defensive statistics, the first two places I look are a team’s scoring and rushing defensive rankings.
Iowa’s rushing defense ranked 63rd in the nation last year giving up 162.08 yards, which was the most rushing yards allowed by an Iowa defense since 2000′s 194.3 (Iowa gave up 156 in 2011). Surprisingly, Iowa’s scoring defense ranked 33rd in the...