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Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
19 hours ago

Wisconsin running back picks the Hawkeyes

Sunday, Green Bay, Wis., running back Henry Geil became the fourth commitment for Iowa’s 2018 recruiting class. Geil, 6-0, 204 pounds, is rated a 3-star prospect by Rivals. Geil announced his decision Sunday on Twitter. “First off I’d like to thank God for allowing me to use the talents he has given me,” Geil said in a statement. “Second, I’d like to thank my family...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
21 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft: Cornerback Rankings

Kyle Posey takes a look at that top cornerbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft. There are plenty of teams in dire need of corner help. Luckily, this is the draft for them. Even with two very talented corners suffering injuries in March, there is still a ton of quality depth at the position. Continuing the theme of breaking it down into different roles like the previous two: Safety rankings...
Via Bolts From The Blue
21 hours ago

Athletic Director says complaints led to Iowa coach’s firing

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — University of Iowa athletic director Gary Barta said Monday that three rounds of complaints from parents and field hockey players prompted an investigation into the program that ultimately led to the firing of coach Tracey Griesbaum in 2014. Griesbaum’s termination is a central piece of a lawsuit filed by former top administrator Jane Meyer against the...
Via MyNorthwest.com
1 day ago

2017 NFL Draft Profile: Quarterback C.J. Beathard

In this 2017 NFL Draft profile, get the strengths, weaknesses, and a draft day prediction for quarterback C.J. Beathard out of Iowa. Heading into the 2017 NFL Draft, quarterback C.J. Beathard is looking to make an impact for a team willing to give him a chance. The problem is, inconsistency, questionable decision-making on the gridiron, […] 2017 NFL Draft Profile: Quarterback C...
Via The Jet Press
1 day ago

Iowa baseball ‘at a crossroads’ after dropping series to Rutgers

IOWA CITY — Giving up eight runs over the first three innings of a 13-5 loss to Rutgers on Sunday afternoon did not make Iowa baseball coach Rick Heller very happy. After falling in both the game and series to the Scarlet Knights (15-22, 4-5 Big Ten), Heller had a couple things on his mind. “First off, we’re better than this,” Heller said. “Second, we’re at a crossroads...

UNI’s Brandon Carnes, Iowa’s Aaron Mallett break into top-4 nationally at Musco Twilight

IOWA CITY— As Northern Iowa’s Brandon Carnes heard “fourth-best time in the nation” announced after his blazing-fast Musco Twilight 100-meter time of 10.06 seconds Saturday, he knelt and seemed to be overcome with emotion. It was a nice win, but more importantly for Carnes, he’s surpassed the qualifying standard for the 100 meters. Basically, he earned himself a ticket...

Push comes to shove, Iowa’s offense should be able to do that

IOWA CITY — What Iowa will be in September — what we think Iowa will be in September — just doesn’t make for a spring-loaded spring game of fireworks and fun. Iowa has five returning starters on the offensive line. It has a wonderfully exciting running back in Akrum Wadley. It looks as if it has a potential workhorse-type running back in Toren Young, a 220-pound redshirt...

Hlas: Another 63-47, offense-light Friday night in Kinnick

IOWA CITY — The score of Iowa’s spring football game Friday night was 63-47, yet there were just three touchdowns. If you’re ever asked to explain that in an IQ or SAT test, good luck. In the meantime ... 1. Running back Akrum Wadley didn’t play, but we know what he can do. He had 1,396 total yards last season, 1,081 rushing and 315 receiving. He wants 1,400 yards in 2017...

No separation in Iowa’s QB competition

IOWA CITY — Last fall, Nathan Stanley jumped ahead of Tyler Wiegers in the Iowa quarterback race. It was a surprise. Stanley was a true freshman driving his scooter around Iowa campus for the first time. Last fall was last fall. Stanley and Wiegers started spring practice in a competition. They ended spring in a competition. They’ll begin camp in August in a competition. That...

Tight ends 'critical' to Iowa's success out of spring

IOWA CITY — As much as any aspect of the Iowa offense — both historically and recently — the tight end has played a key role in the Hawkeyes’ success. Given what the offense has shown this spring under new offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz, it appears that philosophy has only intensified — both from the apparently budding talent at the position and the necessity of the...

Watch: Kirk Ferentz talks Iowa football spring game

Watch Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz address the media following the Hawkeyes’ spring game Friday at Kinnick Stadium.

What we’ll be watching for in Iowa Hawkeyes spring game

Spring games are winding down this weekend across the Big Ten, and the Iowa Hawkeyes are changing things up a bit in 2017. Perhaps the biggest change is playing this game on a Friday night instead of its usual Saturday afternoon slot. The 2015 Big Ten West division champions had a pretty harsh fall from their perch atop the division in 2016. It resulted in some big changes, including...
Via Talking 10
4 days ago

Iowa A.D. Gary Barta details damaged relationship with Meyer

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — University of Iowa athletic director Gary Barta testified Friday that his relationship with a former top administrator deteriorated after Barta informed her that after a reorganization of the athletic department, she no longer would be his second-in-command. Testifying in a discrimination lawsuit filed by that former administrator, Jane Meyer, Barta said...
Via MyNorthwest.com
4 days ago

Former Iowa guard Dean Oliver joins Wisconsin basketball staff

The Wisconsin men’s basketball team hired former Iowa guard Dean Oliver as an assistant coach Thursday. Oliver, a prep star at Mason City, played at Iowa from 1997 to 2001, finishing his career with the Big Ten Tournament championship and an NCAA tournament berth. He was a member of the Hawkeyes’ last Sweet 16 team in 1999. “I am extremely honored and excited to be joining...

Hlas: Jane Meyer vs. University of Iowa trial very trying for UI

DES MOINES — If all goes as scheduled Friday, Jane Meyer will continue her ongoing testimony in the Polk County Courthouse and Gary Barta will give testimony of his own. If you’re in Iowa City for the spring football game Friday night and think you’re hearing traces of anguish coming from various corners of the UI campus, it may be because harsh things about Hawkeyes or former...

Year of the big leap for Cedrick Lattimore

IOWA CITY — Cedrick Lattimore hasn’t been home, as he says, “for a minute.” That really means a long time, probably since one of the extended holidays, Christmas or spring break. The last time a lot of his friends and family in Detroit saw a lot of him he was a 245-pound power forward for the East English Village Prep basketball team. Now, he’s a 6-5, 290-pound defensive...

Iowa assistant Lacey Goldwire leaving for Arkansas

IOWA CITY — University of Iowa assistant women’s basketball coach Lacey Goldwire is leaving to become an assistant at Arkansas. Goldwire served on Lisa Bluder’s staff for the past four seasons. The Hawkeyes qualified for the NCAA tournament twice in Goldwire’s tenure, including a Sweet 16 appearance in 2015. Before her time at Iowa, Goldwire was a student assistant and...

Drew Cook joins the family business

IOWA CITY — Maybe it was inevitable, but maybe Drew Cook wanted to cut his own path. And let’s face it, quarterback is always going to be a monumentally more interesting position than tight end. Now, Cook is in the family business. Cook, a 6-5, 235-pound sophomore from Iowa City, moved from quarterback to tight end last week. Drew’s dad, Marv, was an all-American tight end...

Iowa’s offense is in install, evaluate mode

IOWA CITY — It has undoubtedly been a big spring for Brian Ferentz. This is his first season as Iowa’s offensive coordinator and there’s all of the work that comes with that. On Sept. 2 against Wyoming, Ferentz will be calling plays for a first-year starter at quarterback and for an offense that needs to find some sort of momentum in the passing game. In a lot of ways, this...

Fran McCaffery bullish on Iowa hoops' future

IOWA CITY — The 2016-17 season was one of transition for Coach Fran McCaffery’s Iowa men’s basketball team. A changing of the guard of sorts, a highly-touted freshman group was led by Tyler Cook, Jordan Bohannon and Cordell Pemsl on a team that finished 19-15 overall and 10-8 in Big Ten play while losing to TCU in the second round of the NIT. Senior Peter Jok was the Big Ten...

Cy-Hawk football game extended through 2023

Iowa State will remain the premier non-conference game on Iowa’s football schedule through the 2023 season. Both schools announced Tuesday the Cy-Hawk rivalry contract has been extended for two seasons. Now, the Cyclones and Hawkeyes have seven games between the two schools on the schedule. Iowa and Iowa State have played annually since resuming the series in 1977 in Iowa City...

Jane Meyer fired for angering coaches, others, Iowa officials testify

DES MOINES — The University of Iowa says it fired a former associate athletics director not because she’s a woman or gay, but because she angered coaches, including Head Football Coach Kirk Ferentz. “Coach Ferentz said ‘We can’t work with her,” said George Carroll, an assistant Iowa attorney general defending the UI in an employment discrimination trial this week in...

Ex-Iowa official’s discrimination lawsuit goes to trial

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A former University of Iowa athletic administrator was an outstanding employee on track to head a college program until she was unfairly demoted and later laid off for discriminatory reasons, her attorney argued Tuesday during opening statements of the trial over her lawsuit against the school. The trial is expected to offer a behind-the-curtain glimpse...
Via MyNorthwest.com
7 days ago

U.S.' top prep basketball player is son of ex-C.R. Jefferson star

In 1983, Lisa Becker scored 58.7 points a game for Cedar Rapids Jefferson High School. “Fifty-eight points a game my senior year, my kids can’t get that,” the-now Lisa Porter said with a laugh from her Seattle home recently. The 6-on-6 game that year’s Iowa “Miss Basketball” played is something from her era, not theirs. But what her eight children do get is basketball...
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