The Iowa running back leading the way during the Hawkeyes bowl-clinching win over Big Ten opponent Purdue last Saturday, wasn’t fan-favorite Mark Weisman, but rather red-shirt sophomore Jordan Canzeri. The Troy, New York native rushed for 165 yards and a touchdown against the Boilermakers. He had his best game as a Hawkeye and has shown that he has fully recovered from the injuries...
The Associated Press Jordan Canzeri ran for a career-high 165 yards on 20 carries to help the Iowa Hawkeyes defeat the Purdue Boilermakers 38-14 on Saturday afternoon.
Canzeri, a sophomore who entered the game with 173 yards rushing all season, also scored a touchdown to help the Hawkeyes become bowl eligible. Jake Rudock passed for 191 yards and two touchdowns for Iowa (6-4, 3...
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November 09, 2013
The Iowa Football program will be looking to bounce back from a miserable 4-8 campaign, highlighted by losses to in-state rival Iowa State and lowly Central Michigan. Every college footbal progrm goes through stages of turnover in the offseason, and the Hawkeyes aren’t an exception. New additions, more experience, and players returnign from injury should boost Iowa Football’s...
Iowa sophomore running back Jordan Canzeri looked like his old self after missing all of last season because of a knee injury, making swift cuts and displaying significant acceleration Saturday in the spring game at Kinnick Stadium.
His performance was well received, both by fans and coaches who watched him. Some of his family even traveled all the way from his hometown of Troy...
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April 27, 2013
Jordan Canzeri was one of the standouts at Iowa's open practice a few weeks ago. The sophomore running back has recovered from ACL surgery and is hoping to contribute the the Hawkeye attack in 2013.
Jordan Canzeri had surgery yesterday to repair his torn ACL but Kirk Ferentz has not ruled out the possibility of his return in 2012.
Reports began to come out on Wednesday that Jordan Canzeri would need 5-to-6 months to recover from his surgery and that would make his return around September. He would need to have a medical clearance to practice but with advancements in these...
Iowa running back Jordan Canzeri was scheduled for surgery Wednesday to repair a torn knee ligament and could miss the 2012 season.
Coach Kirk Ferentz says Canzeri is expected to need at least five to six months to recover. Ferentz wouldn't rule out a return by Canzeri next fall, saying it all depends on how quickly Canzeri can recover. The school did not identify which knee...
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April 04, 2012
Iowa Starting RB Jordan Canzeri Tears ACLThe Iowa Hawkeyes backfield has been a disaster since Doak Walker Award Winner Shonn Greene left for the NFL to become a NY Jet in 2008. Since then its been transfer after transfer.
Marcus Coker, who was finally supposed to fill Greene’s shoes got suspended and eventually transferred to FCS Stony Brook following a tremendous season where...
I used to think that curses in sports were just for fans to have an excuse for a team’s bad fortunes but now I believe they are real after what has happened to Jordan Canzeri.
Jordan Canzeri tore his ACL at practice on Wednesday and once that was reported I became fully convinced that Iowa is cursed at running back. Canzeri had the most amount of game experience among...
A buzz was created a few weeks ago when Jordan Canzeri saw the field for the first time. Starting Iowa running back Marcus Coker wasn't surprised by the true freshman's performance as he had been seeing the same thing in practice.