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Football

[ 0 ] April 24, 2014

Brady Reiff will follow big brother to Iowa

As an Iowa football player, Riley Reiff was a man of few words.

[ 0 ] April 24, 2014

Persistence, tweaking propel Hawkeye defense

IOWA CITY, Ia. – It’s time to alter our view of Iowa’s defense. College football is at the forefront of an offensive evolution – sometimes, years ahead of the NFL – so statistics that once reflected success no longer tell the whole story. And traditional strategies have undergone some tweaking. For example: Last year’s loss […]

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

Videos: Mike Hardy, Greg Davis, Phil Parker, Kirk Ferentz, Jake Rudock and more

   

Men's Basketball

[ 0 ] April 24, 2014

Fran McCaffery talks recruiting after losing Atwood

NEWTON, Ia. – Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery was in Nashville, Tenn., at a speaking engagement Thursday when he got the news that Connors State forward Willie Atwood had picked Arizona State over the Hawkeyes. “I got a call from his coach,” McCaffery said. McCaffery declined to discuss Atwood’s decision in detail. Instead, he looked […]

[ 0 ] April 24, 2014

Fran McCaffery’s son receives good cancer news

NEWTON, Ia. – Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said a pathology report that came back Tuesday showed his son, Patrick, has no additional cancer. “That was a good day,” McCaffery said. Patrick McCaffery, 14, had surgery to remove a tumor on his thyroid March 19. Two days later, doctors determined the tumor was malignant. Patrick had […]

[ 0 ] April 24, 2014

Willie Atwood picks Arizona State over Iowa, Florida State

The package deal that junior college point guard Trey Dickerson had talked so enthusiastically about since committing to Iowa in March is a no-go. Dickerson’s hopes of playing on the same team as Willie Atwood ended on Thursday when the 6-foot-8 Atwood picked Arizona State over Iowa and Florida State. Atwood visited all three schools […]

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 23, 2014

Iowa-Iowa State softball game ends in a tie

The Iowa softball team hit a season-high four home runs Wednesday, but the power surge wasn’t enough to push the Hawkeyes past host Iowa State. The teams played through rain, endured close to a 90-minute rain delay and played to a 6-6 tie when the game was called due to darkness after five innings. The […]

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

Five Iowa football questions with Andrew Logue

1. What are you looking for in Saturday’s spring game? A better performance from the defense. Most of the buzz coming out of the open practice at West Des Moines was generated by the offense, especially freshman receiver Derrick Willies. I expect to see a motivated secondary. Remember, Kinnick Stadium gates open at 1 p.m., […]

[ 0 ] April 22, 2014

First Big Ten West schedule could be kind to Hawkeyes

The football schedule-makers cut Iowa some slack. Based on last year’s records and winning percentages, the Hawkeyes enter 2014 with the second-most-favorable slate of games in the Big Ten’s newly formed West Division, behind only Wisconsin. Perhaps, this is why Iowa was snubbed by ESPN/ABC and the Big Ten Network when it came to scheduling […]

Other Recent Articles

Pat Harty: Blazek, Hernandez each would make great recruiters

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

This hardly is going out on a limb, but I’ll predict that the next recruiting coordinator for the Iowa football team uses initials for his first name, including the letter J.

Mike Hardy says Hawkeyes aren’t going hungry

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

An NCAA committee recently approved expanded meal services for student athletes, and defensive end Mike Hardy approves of the decision. “We get the one meal a day, training table, and then in the weight room there is always supplements and everything for us,” Hardy said. “And then, groceries-wise, I always have food in the house. […]

Kirk Ferentz on late father-in-law, depth chart, injuries

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

Gerry Hart, father-in-law of Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz, died last week. A memorial service will be held for Hart, a salesman by trade and 10-year NFL official, next month. “He really had a great life,” Ferentz said. “He was a great father-in-law. “ Ferentz, married to Hart’s daughter, Mary, said that his father-in-law had […]

Jake Rudock having impressive spring as Iowa tweaks offense

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – There is no quarterback controversy at Iowa, and that’s no surprise. Jake Rudock remains a solid No. 1 entering Saturday’s spring game at Kinnick Stadium, leading what should be an improved offense that’ll have a few more wrinkles than it did a season ago. First Big Ten West schedule could be […]

Greg Davis on recruiting, QB speed and running backs depth

[ 0 ] April 23, 2014

Iowa brought in three freshman running backs last season: LeShun Daniels, Akrum Wadley and Jonathan Parker. First Big Ten West schedule could be kind to Iowa Iowa shut out of Big Ten Network night games Daniels played in seven games last season, gaining 142 yards on 36 carries. Wadley and Parker were redshirted. Now they’re […]