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Men's Basketball

[ 0 ] April 16, 2014

Trey Dickerson fine with Peter Jok keeping No. 3

Iowa men’s basketball recruit Trey Dickerson wore uniform No. 0 last season at Williston State College. He’ll wear No. 11 at Iowa. But doesn’t it make more sense for a guy named Trey to wear No. 3? “My boy Peter Jok’s got No. 3,” Dickerson said. Jok will be a sophomore. Dickerson, a fleet 6-foot […]

[ 0 ] April 16, 2014

New Hawkeye Trey Dickerson brings toughness

Iowa’s men’s basketball team could have used more toughness last season, a little grit and guile at crunch time. Trey Dickerson looks to be an upgrade. “I look at toughness as leading, not being scared in clutch moments,” said Dickerson, a fleet 6-foot junior college point guard who will sign a letter of intent with […]

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

Marble given Chris Street Award at banquet

Senior guard Devyn Marble was given the Chris Street Award at the team’s banquet Tuesday at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Iowa City. The award is given annually to a Hawkeye player who exemplifies the spirit, enthusiasm and intensity of the former Hawkeye who died in an auto accident midway through his junior […]

Football

[ 0 ] April 16, 2014

Five questions with football writer Andrew Logue, and Big Ten Buzz

1. What was the most encouraging aspect of Saturday’s practice in West Des Moines? The fact that you didn’t see a lot of Jake Rudock and several other offensive starters. Established teams with experienced players don’t have to put on a show in the spring. As coach Kirk Ferentz explained later, you don’t need to […]

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

Vikings reconnect with ex-Iowa TE Reisner

  The Minnesota Vikings signed former Iowa tight end Allen Reisner to a contract Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed. Reisner had been on the Minnesota roster in both 2011 and 2012 before spending the 2013 season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. In 15 career appearances, Reisner has caught seven passes for 58 yards. Reisner has made […]

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

15 photos: An early look at the Big Ten West football teams

Wrestling

[ 0 ] March 24, 2014

Putting Iowa’s wrestling season in perspective

The Register’s Andy Hamilton takes a look back at Iowa’s performance at the NCAA Wrestling Championships and looks ahead to next season: WHAT WENT RIGHT: Tony Ramos walked a high wire all the way to the top of the awards podium. In his five tournament matches, the senior 133-pounder never led with a minute remaining in […]

[ 0 ] March 22, 2014

100+ photos: Iowa wrestler Tony Ramos throughout the years

[ 0 ] March 22, 2014

Iowa’s Ramos wins NCAA wrestling title at 133 pounds

OKLAHOMA CITY — Tony Ramos pounded his chest, stomped his feet and glared across the mat Saturday night, waiting for Tyler Graff to blink. None of the Iowa senior’s pre-match bluster, though, was as bold as what came after the 133-pound NCAA wrestling final. Ramos held the Wisconsin senior on his back for a two-count […]

Women's Basketball

[ 0 ] April 1, 2014

Logic named to All-American team

Iowa’s Samantha Logic received honorable mention recognition on the Associated Press All-American women’s basketball team.

[ 0 ] March 25, 2014

Hawkeyes’ shooting spells doom in 2nd round

The Iowa women’s basketball team missed its first 15 shots from 3-point range, and shot 33.3 percent overall in a 83-53 loss to third-seeded Louisville in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Tuesday in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

[ 0 ] March 25, 2014

Disterhoft provides the Hawkeyes with a silver lining in loss

Not much went right for the Iowa women’s basketball team Tuesday against Louisville.

Big Ten

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

An early look at the Big Ten West football teams

By Eric Olson, Associated Press After passing on opportunities to declare for the NFL draft, running backs Ameer Abdullah of Nebraska and Melvin Gordon of Wisconsin are the country’s top two returning rushers. Both are using this spring as a start for polishing their games and enhancing their draft stocks for 2015. Nebraska and Wisconsin, which […]

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

The 10 most important Hawkeyes of 2014

Iowa football reporter Andrew Logue looks at 10 players who could be pivotal to Iowa’s success in 2014, counting down from No. 10 to No. 1: 10. WR Kevonte Martin-Manley – He emerged as Rudock’s go-to guy last season. To maintain that status, he’ll have to be more consistent, less mistake prone. RELATED: Davis tops Iowa’s […]

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

Carl Davis is Iowa’s ‘Mr. Indispensable’

Don’t let the easy-going grin fool you. Carl Davis is the face of Iowa’s defense and he takes his new-found prominence seriously. “I’m just trying to play my role,” said Davis, a defensive tackle. “I want to be a clutch player. When we’re on those third-and-2s, be able to make those stops. “Help my team […]

Other Recent Articles

Hawkeyes miss ESPN/ABC prime time cut

[ 0 ] April 15, 2014

The folks at ESPN/ABC and the Big Ten announced their prime time football games for next season. And Iowa missed the cut. The slate of six games, as posted on the BTN’s website, features Ohio State three times, including the first-ever November night game at the famed “Horseshoe” on Nov. 1 against Illinois. The Hawkeyes […]

Offensive line trying to fit into Hawkeyes’ success

[ 0 ] April 14, 2014

A countdown is underway. For center Austin Blythe, it’s the number of practices before Iowa’s football team kicks off the season Aug. 30 against Northern Iowa. For right tackle Andrew Donnal, it’s the seconds ticking away after every snap. “At tackle, you have a lot more time than you do on the inside,” Donnal said. […]

Pat Harty: Beathard working hard, waiting for his chance

[ 0 ] April 13, 2014

As the backup quarterback for the Iowa football team, C.J. Beathard has one of the best and worst jobs on the team.

Harty: Five observations from Saturday’s open practice

[ 0 ] April 12, 2014

WEST DES MOINES – Here are my five observations from the Iowa football team’s unseasonably warm and humid spring football practice Saturday at Valley Stadium in West Des Moines: QB CONTEST: The competition at quarterback between junior starter Jake Rudock and sophomore backup C.J. Beathard still seems pretty much the same as last season based on […]

Readers respond: Alcohol at Kinnick Stadium?

[ 0 ] April 12, 2014

The University of Texas decided recently to sell beer at home football games, becoming the third Big 12 school (Kansas State, West Virginia) with a “wet” stadium. We asked readers last week if Iowa State and Iowa should allow alcohol sales at athletic events: I go to a couple Iowa games a year. Glad they […]