Report: Drew Ott denied bid for fifth year of eligibility

Drew Ott’s long ordeal is finally over, at least according to sources of the Cedar Rapids Gazette in Iowa. Those sources indicate that the NCAA has denied his request for a fifth year of eligibility and will now officially enter the NFL draft process. Getting that fifth year was always a long shot, given the fact that he played over the limit of games allowed before suffering a...
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April 13, 2016  |  Discuss

NCAA Has Reportedly Denied Drew Ott’s Appeal For Medical Hardship Waiver

Iowa defensive lineman Drew Ott’s career as a Hawkeye is over. According to Marc Morehouse of the Cedar Rapids Gazette, Ott’s appeal for a medical hardship waiver to play a fifth year in Iowa City has been denied by the NCAA. Ott, in the sixth game of his senior season, tore his ACL in a victory over Illinois. He began paperwork to apply for a fifth year of eligibility in November...
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April 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Ott's petition for 5th year in NCAA's hands

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) The Big Ten has forwarded Iowa's petition for a fifth year of eligibility for defensive end Drew Ott to the NCAA. Iowa didn't say if the NCAA has given the school a timetable on when it might rule on Ott's situation. Ott played in six games last season before tearing knee ligaments, ending his season. Ott, who was a fourth-year senior in 2015, filed a medical...
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February 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Iowa DL Drew Ott wants to return to school, not NFL

Iowa Hawkeyes defensive lineman Drew Ott plans on applying for an extra year of eligibility after suffering a torn ACL earlier this year as well as undergoing elbow surgery. Mike Hlas of the Cedar Rapids Gazette reported the development on Twitter. Iowa DE Drew Ott had knee & elbow surgery 3 weeks apart. Has appealed for extra year of eligibility. It's what he wants now, not...
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November 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Iowa star DE Drew Ott suffers torn ACL vs. Illinois

The Iowa Hawkeyes were able to knock off the Illinois Fighting Illini 29-20 this afternoon. Unfortunately, the win came with a major loss on the injury front. According to a report from Marc Morehouse, star defensive end Drew Ott suffered a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2015 season. Torn ACL for DE Drew Ott. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) October 10, 2015 Ott...
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October 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Iowa DE Drew Ott tears ACL vs. Illinois

Iowa’s star defensive end Drew Ott suffered a knee injury during today’s 29-20 win over Illinois, and it is a torn ACL, according to Hawkeye beat writer Marc Morehouse of the Cedar Rapids Gazette.  Torn ACL for DE Drew Ott. — marcmorehouse (@marcmorehouse) October 10, 2015 Devastating news. A senior, Ott had recorded 7.5 tackles for loss and five sacks this season.
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October 10, 2015  |  Discuss

It Is Not Going to Be Fun to Be Iowa DL Drew Ott Later

Being a defensive lineman is a tough job. At the start of every play you have a man mountain on the other side of the line trying to knock you in to next week, but somehow you are expected to hold your ground, figure out where the play is going, and get there. So you have to be a little crazy--kind of like Iowa Hawkeyes defensive lineman Drew Ott.Why is he crazy? The dude ate a raw...
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July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Iowa Defensive End Drew Ott Grossly Eats A Raw Egg, Shell Included

Drew Ott is manlier than you.  You should be OK with that.  Why? Because to be as manly as the Iowa defensive end, you have to eat a raw egg, hole, shell included.  Just watched Drew Ott eat a raw egg, shell and all. So my day has been pretty interesting. pic.twitter.com/nzSK8we0py — Austin Ward (@AWardESPN) July 30, 2015 That is one of the grossest and most impressive things...
Via College Spun
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Iowa football’s best returning players: Drew Ott

Drew Ott will have to step up as they lost a lot of talent on the defensive line like Louis Trica-Pasat (pictured above). Over the next couple of weeks, I will write about who I think the most important returning players are for the Iowa football team. The Iowa Hawkeyes aren’t going to be a very talented team, but they do have a couple standouts. Previously: Desmond King This...
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April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Iowa football: Grading the Northern Iowa game

Iowa beat UNI but their linebackers didn’t perform up to par. Iowa beat Northern Iowa 31-23, but who performed well and who didn’t? School’s started which means that I’ll be giving out grades for each positional group. Quarterback: Quarterback Jake Rudock took every snap, squashing peoples hopes (more like dreams) of Iowa implementing a double quarterback system. Rudock did...
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August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

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