The Iowa Hawkeyes roster is about to undergo a massive overhaul when it recognizes its 15 seniors graduating in May on Saturday against the Michigan Wolverines.
Iowa (6-4, 3-3 in Big Ten) and Michigan (7-3, 3-3) are both tied for fourth in the Legends division of the Big Ten with three wins apiece.
Each team is currently bowl eligible and will be battling inside of Kinnick Stadium...
This is the game I have been dreading all fall. You could go back as far as the summer or last winter, for that matter. Heck, once the schedule was released and we saw Iowa had to go to Columbus on this date, it’s a game you dread.
The Horseshoe is Iowa’s most daunting house of horrors as it relates to a Big Ten road venue.
The two teams began playing one another in 1922...
What would have been worse; getting blown out at home by Northern Illinois or actually showing a semblance of an offense for one half and then looking just like 2012 in the second and losing on a last second field goal?
Yeah, me too. I think what played out in Iowa City on Saturday in Kinnick Stadium was very, very tough to take.
Here are some quick takes with more to come through...
COACH FERENTZ: Welcome to everybody. Between Chicago and last week in Connecticut, it seems like this never ends here. It’s like a caravan right now.
But welcome, everybody, and just starting out on a little bit more of a serious note, certainly want to express our condolences first and foremost to Ron Fairchild and his family. Ron as many of you know went to school here...
The Iowa basketball season is winding down and spring football is under way. Here are a few bits and pieces in advance of the open practice opportunities we’ll have this spring:
A user on the message boards put together a weight gain list from last year to this year. Give it a look.
Some of the weights that jumped out to me:
Jordan Canzeri at 192 pounds. I’ve been high on Canzeri...
Postgame interviews with Iowa's James Vandenberg, Martin-Manley, Jordan Cotton, Dom Alvis, Micah Hyde, James Morris and others after Saturday's 27-24 loss to Purdue.
The Iowa Hawkeyes ran a perfect flea flicker play for a touchdown during the second quarter of Saturday's game at Kinnick Stadium against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Quarterback James Vandenberg threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Cotton, who was almost 10 yards behind the nearest Minnesota defender. Running back Mark Weisman had the assist as he faked the run...
This was definitely a surprise call from Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz. A simple flea flicker was pulled off perfectly when Iowa played Minnesota on Saturday. Quarterback James Vandenberg took a pitch back and tossed a 47 yard pass to Jordan Cotton for a touchdown to give Iowa a 17-0 lead. Simple, effective, and well executed.
H/T Dr. Saturday
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