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Andrew has been with the Des Moines Register for 15 years, covering everything from preps to Hawkeye and Cyclone sports, as well as the Drake Relays.
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Offensive linemen Landan and Levi Paulsen of Woodbury Central have accepted scholarship offers to play football for Iowa, according to Hawkeye Report and Hawkeye Insider. The twins also tweeted about their decision: Well, me and @lpaulsen51 are proud to announce that we'll be attending The University of Iowa to play football in 2015. #GoHawks— Levi […]
Will Iowa have a quarterback controversy this spring? It didn’t sound that way Wednesday.
LA PORTE CITY, Ia. – Reading defenses is a snap for Jay Scheel. It’s reading between the lines that’s a problem. Scheel, a football standout for Union Community High School, verbally committed to Iowa more than a year ago, and was among 21 recruits to sign a national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes today. […]
Wednesday brings a final reminder of 2012. Even though Iowa’s football coaches and players quickly put that 4-8 season in the rearview mirror, it continued to linger in the minds of recruits. And National Signing Day 2014 could be a reflection of those doubts. The list: Who’s headed to Iowa City? Video: Watch highlights of […]
The scholarship offer came, and Ross Reynolds did not hesitate. Reynolds, an offensive lineman from Waukee, said Sunday he will play football for Iowa after making a visit over the weekend. “It feels pretty awesome,” Reynolds said. “It’s nice to kind of get it all over with and I made the right decision.” The 6-foot-4, […]
The news of Norm Parker’s death left members of his Iowa football family dazed. This, after all, was a man who stymied quarterbacks, defied diabetes — and emerged as the most beloved assistant coach in Hawkeye history. “It’s hard to put into words,” said Jordan Bernstine, a Des Moines Lincoln alum who played defensive back […]
An interesting position battle is taking shape within the Iowa football program. Quarterback? Nope. It’s the punting job that became a little bit more intriguing Thursday when junior college transfer Dillon Kidd decided to join the Hawkeyes. He’ll try to beat out Connor Kornbrath, who averaged 40.0 yards per kick last season. Iowa finished 48th […]
The University of Iowa announced a modest price increase for 2014 football tickets. It amounts to $1 per game, bumping a season-ticket package of $388 to $395. The cost of single-game tickets range from $55 to $70. Here are the single-game prices: Northern Iowa (Aug. 30) $60 Ball State (Sept. 6) $55 Iowa State (Sept. […]
Will this be another offseason of change for Iowa’s football coaching staff? This afternoon, NFL insider Gil Brandt, former vice-president of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys, sent the following tweet: “Have ben told Bill O’Brien will hire Brian Ferentz as his OL coach w #Texans. Son of Iowa HC Kirk Ferentz. Good choice.” If […]
TAMPA, Fla. – It was another up-and-down performance for Kevonte Martin-Manley. As he did earlier this season, Iowa’s junior receiver was involved in positive and negative plays during the course of Wednesday’s Outback Bowl. A muffed punt return by Martin-Manley in the second quarter helped Louisiana State score a touchdown and take a 14-0 lead. […]