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GREG MABIN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mabin takes the bad and then gets the good

IOWA CITY — Right off the first snap of the second half last week, Illinois made its plans apparent.Quarterback Wes Lunt threw at the right side of Iowa’s secondary 15 consecutive times. It wasn’t 15 plays in a row, but 15 passes went toward junior cornerback Greg Mabin and just over the head of free safety Jordan Lomax. Linebacker Cole Fisher also was targeted by running backs...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
October 14, 2015

Hate hate hate hate hate

IOWA CITY — Greg Mabin is a junior cornerback who only started seeing the field last season. He didn’t make the trip to Ames the last time the Hawkeyes traveled to meet Iowa State in 2013.Going into Saturday’s Iowa-Iowa State matchup, his teammates clued him in.“Everything from fans egging the bus to using choice words at us when we walked out on the sidelines and everything...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
September 08, 2015

No. 14 — CB Greg Mabin

No. 14 . . . Greg Mabin sprinted out of obscurity and into the starting lineup for the Hawkeyes last season. Kind of literally. A couple of years ago, Mabin (6-2, 200), a junior cornerback, set up a meet
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
August 04, 2015

Iowa football: Previewing the cornerbacks

Iowa football head coach Kirk Ferentz once again has a shut down cornerback in Desmond King, but who is going to line up against him? Under defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Phil Parker, Iowa’s corners have been nothing short of amazing. Since 2005, only two starting cornerbacks haven’t made it in the NFL. That’s almost 9 years of continued success. While Iowa...
Via isportsweb.com
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa football: Potential break out stars on defense

Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz is hoping that some player will have some break out seasons on his defense. Last season, Iowa had a supposedly big hole at the number two cornerback spot. Then, in the first game of the season, true freshman Desmond King stepped in for an injured Jordan Lomax and played tremendously. He played so well that he started for the rest of the season and picked...
Via isportsweb.com
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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