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IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Every Wednesday, KCRG-TV9 sits down with Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz to talk about the state of the Hawkeye program.
Today, Ferentz talks about going to his home state to face Pittsburgh, the challenges the Panthers prese Read More »
IOWA CITY — The other half of Jordan Lomax’s targeting penalty kicks in this week.
The junior free safety, ejected in the fourth quarter of last week’s loss to Iowa State, will have to sit out the first half when the Hawkeyes (2-1) tr Read More »
IOWA CITY — Iowa State linebacker Jevohn Miller had a bit of a cut on his upper lip. He didn’t seem to mind. Or really even notice. Nope, not feeling any pain at all.
The senior had just caught his breath from sprinting over to the Iowa side Read More »
Iowa rush offense vs. Iowa State rush defense
Iowa’s running game has been absent. To put this in more tangible terms, if Iowa ran the ball last year at Iowa State like it has so far this yea Read More »
WEST BRANCH -- One of the surprises for the Hawkeyes this year has been the pride and joy of West Branch, Bo Bower.
He took a leap of faith and walked on at Iowa. Bo earned a scholarship, and is now a starting linebacker. It does not surpri Read More »
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Every quarterback needs his security blanket, and Iowa’s Jake Rudock can always count on ‘Grandpa’ to come through for him.
Kevonte Martin-Manley isn’t flashy and won’t win any track meets. All he does is get open and cat Read More »
IOWA CITY -- Each Wednesday, Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz will sit down with KCRG-TV9 to discuss the state of the Hawkeyes.
Here, Ferentz talks about the Iowa-Iowa State rivalry, moped accidents, the struggles in Iowa’s kicking game, and Read More »
Defensive end Drew Ott was named Big Ten Conference defensive player of the week for his performance in Iowa’s 17-13 win over Ball State last weekend.
It’s the first Big Ten honor is the first for Ott (6-foot-4, 270-pounds), a junior from Tr Read More »
AMES — Players-only meetings often carry a negative undertone. For Iowa State, their new middle linebacker simply wanted to say hello.
“We had a great practice that day and I wanted to make sure everyone knew we had a great practice,” Read More »
Two years after it was placed under unprecedented sanctions, Penn State’s football program was paroled by NCAA officials from its four-year postseason ban and will be eligible to compete in a bowl game this year.
The NCAA executive committee Read More »