We’ve had a few glimpses of Iowa’s summer workouts this year, namely offensive lineman Brandon Scherff hang cleaning an absurd 443 pounds three times. Earlier this week, Iowa released a three minute video highlighting some of the best moments from its summer workouts, featuring the song “Unchained (The Payback/Untouchable)” by James Brown and 2Pac. We guarantee it will fire...
“He’s not just a weight room freak,” Iowa Hawkeyes tailback Weisman said of senior UI OT Brandon Scherff.
“He’s a football freak.”
Brandon Scherff is called a freak because he can do this, which is insane. (h/t) ESPN) Yes, he power cleaned 443 pounds three times. FOOTBALL! STRENGTH!!!! RAR RAR RAR!!!!!!!!!
Scherff is almost guaranteed to be a first-round pick (here’s...
This is probably all in my mind and just a coincidence, but I couldn’t help but to notice the timeliness of a couple of stories that came out over the past few days.
Let’s first back up to last week — July 23rd — to be specific.
Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff just about broke the internet when a video of him hang-cleaning 423 pounds hit the web. It was pretty much...
Nebraska and Wisconsin are expected to be competitors for the Big Ten West division all season long, and according to some in the media they have some of the best talent in the conference as well. The two schools dominated the Big Ten’s official Players to Watch list, as they each put two players on the list.
The Cornhuskers got running back Ameer Abdullah and defensive end Randy...
Apparently USF defensive tackle Todd Chandler was unimpressed by Iowa OT Brandon Scherff hang cleaning 433 pounds, because he went out on Wednesday morning and squated 700 hundred points.
Brandon Scherff is the latest in a long line of monstrous offensive linemen churned out by Kirk Ferentz at Iowa. The 2013 first-team All-Big Ten selection was recently filmed doing 443 pound hang cleans in the gym. While doing that once would have been impressive, Scherff managed to do three reps at that weight, and he made it look pretty easy.
This kind of strength is terrifying...
It’s no wonder NFL scouts are raving about Iowa’s tackle Brandon Scherff. The senior, who started all 12 games for the Hawkeyes last season, showed off his strength while doing three-reps of cleans at 443 pounds. Quite the impressive display in the weight room. [Guyism]
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Big Tentacles - The Big Ten and its influence over college football.Wake of the Flood. Ray Ransom profiles Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood as part of Off Tackle Empire's Rutgers week.Ah yes, I remember it well. Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis discusses the school's success in several sports, including the Spartans' victory over Stanforn in the 2014 Rose Bowl...
Somewhere in Iowa, a few ex-high school athletes have stories to share.One tale might be about a 250-pound sophomore quarterback running over...
Yesterday was a break from looking at the Big Ten, as we gave you a look at the Bulls of USF. Have no fear though, as we’re back to talking B1G today with a look at our Heartland Trophy rivals — Iowa.
After a few years without the rivalry game, it was back to hating each other last year. For Wisconsin it was back to holding the trophy as winners, taking the first battle since...
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.
LSU threw some fresh defensive looks at Iowa in Wednesday's Outback Bowl. Hawkeye Left Tackle Brandon Scherff credited the Tigers for their scheme.
Brandon Scherff announced on his home-town radio station earlier this week that he would be returning for his senior season. The Iowa left tackle met with the media Friday in Iowa City for the first time since his big decision. Watch him discuss it here.
Monday's news of Brandon Scherff returning for his senior season created conversation about the prospects for the 2014 Hawkeyes. HI Publisher Rob Howe takes a look a potential depth chart for next fall.
Iowa left tackle Brandon Scherff says he's staying with the Hawkeyes for his senior season.
Scherff was believed to be a potential first-round pick in next spring's NFL draft. But Scherff announced Monday that he's skipping the draft and returning to Iowa in 2014.
Scherff has started all 12 games for Iowa (8-4, 5-3 Big Ten) this season and was a first-team All-Big Ten...
Via AP on Fox
December 09, 2013
Brandon Scherff announced on Monday that he would returning for his senior season at Iowa. The junior left tackle earned first-team all-Big Ten recognition this fall.
James Morris, Mark Weisman, Brandon Scherff, Austin Blythe and other Iowa players preview this weekend's Big Ten clash with Michigan State.
Brandon Scherff, James Morris, Carl Davis, Ray Hamilton, Jacob Hillyer and Darian Cooper talk about Iowa's 27-21 win at Iowa State.
Mark Weisman, James Morris, C.J. Fiedorowicz, Carl Davis, Brandon Scherff and others met with the media on Tuesday as they prepared for this weekend's rivalry game against Iowa State. See what the Hawkeyes had to say in this Prime Cuts video compilation.
The Iowa offense posted more than 400 total yards for the second week in a row. Mark Weisman, Kevonte Martin-Manley, Brandon Scherff and others on that side of the ball talk about the performance in Saturday's 28-14 win against Missouri State.
The Hawkeyes met with the media on Tuesday as they prepared to open the season this weekend against Northern Illinois. See what Mark Weisman, Damon Bullock, Christian Kirksey, Carl Davis, Johnny Lowdermilk, Jordan Lomax, Brandon Scherff and others had to say in this Prime Cuts video compilation.
Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany will not be given the power to fire coaches of member schools. (Yahoo! Sports)
Illinois player profile of the day.
A Lion Eye profiles Illinois defensive tackle Austin Teitsma. (A Lion Eye)
Iowa player profile of the day.
Marc Morehouse profiles Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)
TweetPhil Steele released his preseason All Big Ten selections and 8 Hawkeyes made it onto one of the teams.
Steele had 4 teams for offense, defense and special teams. Two Hawkeyes made it onto his first teams which was wide receiver Keenan Davis and safety Micah Hyde.
The Hawkeyes that made it onto his teams come as no surprise because they are expected to be major contributors...
I'm not going to get into Iowa's mistakes against Minnesota. The effort, the onside kick, the forfeited possession at the end of the first half, or the offensive play calling at the end of the game. That's been discussed all over the web. As useless as it may seem, and perhaps as a form of therapy, I wanted to look for answers.
Here's the two-deeps for this week...