Johnson and Bazata hope to form new DT tandem for Hawkeyes

Junior Jaleel Johnson and sophomore Nathan Bazata are on top the depth chart at the defensive tackle where Carl Davis and Louis Trinca-Pasat provided stability for the past two seasons.The pair has the task of replacing two players with a combined 64 games played between them. Johnson got playing time in all 13 games last season and knew this day was coming. From The Global Gazette...
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April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Iowa football season awards

From Iowa sports info:IOWA CITY — University of Iowa senior defensive tackle Louis Trinca-Pasat and senior offensive lineman Brandon Scherff were named the Roy J
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
December 08, 2014

Hawkeyes struggle to find consistency

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) One week, Iowa looks like it can't be stopped. Then, the Hawkeyes look like they can't stop anyone. The inconsistency is as puzzling as it troubling. The Hawkeyes (6-3, 3-2 Big Ten) will head to Illinois (4-5, 1-4) on Saturday in hopes of halting one of the most up-and-down stretches they've experienced in 16 years under coach Kirk Ferentz. Iowa sandwiched a...
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November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Big Ten Writers Awards For Week 10

Our writers have weighed in with their thought on who the top players and coaches were during Week 10 of the Big Ten football season. Let’s see what they came up with. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Corey Clement, Running Back, Wisconsin — When you can match Melvin Gordon in touchdowns, and can gain more yards than him, you’re doing pretty good.  When you do it and you’re...
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November 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Hawkeyes’ Trinca-Pasat: Three sacks with an edge

IOWA CITY — For four years, Northwestern has marketed itself as “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.”That doesn’t ring true in one Chicago home of Romanian immigrants, especially an Iowa defensive tackle from that home who might have been a Wildcat had Northwestern pursued him.Amid a roster-full of fine Hawkeye performances in Iowa’s 48-7 domination of Northwestern Saturday at Kinnick...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
November 01, 2014

Halftime thoughts: Iowa 38, Northwestern 7

IOWA CITY — The total yards are Iowa 298, Northwestern 55. The Hawkeyes have five touchdowns. The Wildcats have five first-downs.Any questions?The narrative changes again.I’ve been using that word “narrative” way too much lately. I think it makes me sound smart. Consider it retired for the next six months. But the narrative, er, perception of Hawkeye football changed back...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
November 01, 2014

Wildcats need a win to keep B10 West hopes alive

A look at what to watch in the Big Ten this weekend: GAME OF THE WEEK: If Northwestern has any chance to stay alive in the Big Ten West, it must win Saturday at Iowa. The Wildcats (3-4, 2-2) already have division losses to Minnesota and Nebraska and would need a lot of help from other teams even if they do beat the Hawkeyes (5-2, 2-1). Northwestern might be catching the Hawkeyes...
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October 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Hlas: Many answers for Hawkeyes, Cyclones

Today is Game 6 for the Iowa and Iowa State football teams, the midway-points of their regular-seasons.This quiz will indicate just how closely you’ve been paying attention to the first half.1. Many say Iowa has a quarterback controversy. but that’s:a) Better than a quarterback quandaryb) Better than a quarterback quarrelc) Better than a Nickelback concert2. After last Saturday’s...
Via The Gazette - Iowa Hawkeyes
October 09, 2014

Iowa football: The best case scenario

If everything goes right for the Iowa football team, they could be looking at a tremendous season. The fans generally feel pretty good about this Iowa football team but are still wary about getting their hopes too high. But what if everything went right for the Hawkeyes? Here is the best way this season can end up. This is probably never going to happen but it is fun to think about...
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August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa Football: Previewing the defensive line

Louis Trinca-Pasat is hoping to help the Iowa Hawkeye’s defense be one of the best in the country again. In 2011 and 2012 Iowa had five players from the defensive line go to the NFL, instantly making their strongest positions one of their biggest weaknesses. Now, once again, the tides have turned and Iowa’s defensive line is one of their best position groups, led by some amazing...
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May 29, 2014  |  Discuss
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