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Harty: Close your books, today is Hawkeye quiz day

[ 0 ] April 18, 2014 |

This pop quiz is a chance for readers to test their knowledge about Hawkeye football and men’s basketball. Of course, all the answers can be found by searching on the Internet or by skimming to the end of this column. But that would be cheating, and there is no room in sports for cheaters.

Question 1: Match the Iowa men’s basketball player with the school from which he transferred:

A. Andre Woolridge

B. Herb Wilkinson

C. Gerry Wright

D. Matt Bullard

E. Cal Wulfsberg

1. Long Beach City College

2. Southern California

3. Nebraska

4. Colorado

5. Utah.

Question 2: Which one of these five Iowa men’s basketball players did not lead the team in rebounding for at least two seasons?

A. Dave Gunther

B. Greg Stokes

C. Ed Horton

D. Cyrus Tate

E. Steve Krafcisin

Question 3: Which one of these five Iowa football players did not score a touchdown during the 55-17 victory over Texas in the 1984 Freedom Bowl?

A. Fred Bush

B. Scott Helverson

C. Mike Flagg

D. Ronnie Harmon

E. Bill Happel

Question 4: Match the former Iowa football player with his current coaching position:

A. Bob Diaco

B. Kerry Cooks

C. Jonathan Hayes

D. Jerry Montgomery

E. A.J. Blazek

1. Western Illinois offensive line coach

2. Connecticut head coach

3. Oklahoma defensive line coach

4. Notre Dame secondary coach

5. Cincinnati Bengals tight ends coach

Question 5: Which one of these five Iowa men’s basketball players did not make first-team all-Big Ten?

A. Adam Haluska

B. Kevin Boyle

C. Reggie Evans

D. Devyn Marble

E. Dave Danner

Question 6: Tom McLaughlin led the 1975 Iowa football team in passing with how many yards?

A. 1,034

B. 776

C. 358

D. 1,118

E. 1,338

Question 7: Which one of these five Iowa linebackers is not ranked in the top 20 in tackles in school history?

A. John Derby

B. George Davisdmrdc5-6eu0bpskpgz11fqotkfu_original

C. Melvin Foster

D. Tom Rusk

E. Matt Hughes

Question 8: Which northwest Iowa town did Iowa football coach Forest Evashevski use in the mid-1950s as a temporary hiding place for star recruit Alex Karras in order to keep rival schools from pursuing him?

A. Sheldon

B. Sioux City

C. Spencer

D. Emmetsburg

E. Larchwood

Question 9: Which one of these five players did not lead the Iowa football team in rushing for at least three seasons?

A. Silas McKinnie

B. Jon Lazar

C. Sedrick Shaw

D. Albert Young

E. Nile Kinnick

Question 10: Match the current or future Iowa football player with his hometown in Maryland:

1. Jordan Lomax

2. Darian Cooper

3. Nico Law

4. Omar Truitt

5. Marcel Joly

A. Fort Washington

B. Hyattsville

C. Clinton

D. Elkridge

E. Upper Marlboro

Question 11: True or false: Running back Tavian Banks is ranked the highest on Iowa’s all-time scoring list among non-kickers with 218 points.

Question 12: True or false: Receiver Quinn Early is ranked in the top 10 in career receiving yards at Iowa.

Question 13: Place these five Iowa tight ends in order based on who finished with the most receiving yards in college:

Scott Chandler

Dallas Clark

Scott Slutzker

Marv Cook

Alan Cross.

Question 14: Which one of these five Iowa men’s basketball players did not lead the team in assists for at least two seasons?

A. Andre Banks

B. Kenny Arnold

C. Troy Skinner

D. Steve Carfino

E. Kevin Smith.

Question 15: Which one of these five former or current Iowa football players is not from the state of New York?

A. Jordan Canzeri

B. Devon Mitchell

C. Owen Gill

D. Norm Granger

E. Harold Jasper

ANSWERS

Q1: A-3, B-5, C-2, D-4, E-1; Q2: C; Q3: D; Q4: A-2, B-4, 3-5, D-3, E-1; Q5: C; Q6: C; Q7: A; Q8: C; Q9: E; Q10:1-E, 2-D, 3-C, 4-A, 5-B; Q11: True; Q12: False; Q13: Marv Cook, 1,825; Scott Chandler, 1,467; Dallas Clark 1,281; Scott Sluztker 1,261; Alan Cross 1,259; Q14: D; Q15: D, fullback Norrn Granger is from New Jersey.

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About Pat Harty: Columnist Pat Harty has been covering the Iowa Hawkeyes for the Press-Citizen since 1991. Originally from Des Moines, he currently writes columns and covers Hawkeye men's basketball for Hawk Central. View author profile.

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