Iowa appears to be on the road to success with 16th year head coach Kirk Ferentz, but the Hawkeyes have failed to top the Big Ten Conference for 10 consecutive years. Ferentz is a perennial candidate for NFL head coaching gigs, however he has maintained his loyalty to the Iowa program, which reached the Outback Bowl in 2013. Junior quarterback Jake Rudock will call the snaps for...
Wisconsin fans should be very familiar with the last name Marble, only this time they won’t be cursing the name. That’s because the daughter of former Iowa basketball standout Roy Marble (and sister of Roy Devyn Marble), Roichelle Marble, signed a national letter of intent to join Wisconsin’s class of 2014.
The 5’7″ guard out of Des Moines will join Cayla McMorris and...
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz met with the media on Saturday following his team's open spring practice at West Des Moines Valley High Stadium. Here's Part II of the press conference.
Kirk Ferentz did a good job of not only winning eight games last season at Iowa, he also calmed the Hawkeyes faithful and saved his job.That said, what will the Hawkeyes do this season for an encore. There is plenty of questions about this team, but there should be improvement. Solid play at quarterback will help as well a schedule that favors the team in the second half of of the...
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz and left tackle Brandon Scherff took part in Wednesday's Big Ten teleconference with other schools in the West Division. Ferentz spoke about his quarterbacks, while Scherff shared his goals for the upcoming season.
Coach Fran McCaffery has two scholarships at his disposal for the 2014 Class with news that Kyle Meyer and Darius Stokes are leaving the program. We take a look at the Iowa recruiting landscape and where the Hawkeyes might go with their available rides.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Iowa reserves Kyle Meyer and Darius Stokes are leaving the program.
This Iowa Hawkeyes Fan's Nickelback license plate is enough to warrant deportation.
Reports on social media Wednesday night indicated that West Des Moines Dowling quarterback Ryan Boyle verbally committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes.
DAYTON, Ohio -- The longest day for Iowa coach Fran McCaffery ended with a loss and the end to a once promising season.
Better news, McCaffery hopes, is yet to come.
Iowa led until the final few minutes of regulation, then went cold in what became a 78-65 loss to Tennessee in the First Four Wednesday night. McCaffery arrived back in Dayton a few hours before the game after returning...
DAYTON, Ohio - The Iowa Hawkeyes have been here since Monday and are going through final preparations for Wednesday night's First Four game vs. Tennessee today.
Their coach is not here. Fran McCaffery is back in Iowa City Wednesday morning where his 13-year-old son, Patrick, is underoing surgery to remove a thyroid tumor.
Fran McCaffery plans to make it back for the game, which...
Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Iowa Hawkeyes were given an 11-seed in the Midwest-region. They are coached by Fran McCaffery and hail from the Big Ten.
You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket.
Where: They will open play against Tennessee in the first round in Dayton. Winner gets UMass in Raleigh on Friday.
Why: Iowa finished...
The No. 11 seeds Tennessee Vols and Iowa Hawkeyes will face off in a NCAA Tournament play-in game Wednesday at 9:10pm ET. The winner will play No. 6 seed UMass on Friday.
A play-in game is probably not what the Vols were looking for when the bracket was announced this evening, but there is a silver lining to this. Both Iowa and UMass are very winnable games for the Vols.
The bad part is the
Despite a heart-breaking Saturday loss to Illinois, fans of the Iowa Hawkeyes still had some positive news over the weekend. After Saturday’s pledge by junior college point guard Trey Dickerson, the Hawkeyes landed a pledge from junior small forward Brandon Hutton of De La Salle (IL) to start their 2015 recruiting class. The pledge by Hutton was reported ...
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Fran McCaffery and his #24 Iowa Hawkeyes are likely in the NCAA Tournament. They will fall out of the polls, deservedly, after losing a Senior Night game in which they were favored by 12. But I still think they’re good to go dancing even if they get knocked out of the first round of the Big Ten Tournament this week.
The Hawkeyes lost in dramatic fashion to an Illinois Fighting...