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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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Teammates, former coach believe in Travis Perry

[ 0 ] July 23, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. This is not the first time Travis Perry entered uncharted waters. Iowa football fans may wonder if the Urbandale alum is in over his head as a Big Ten linebacker, but his high school coach, Sam Anderson, saw what happens when Perry is thrown into a sink-or-swim situation. “He was just one […]

Hawkeye notes: Who does Jake Rudock hang out with?

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – Summer is a good time for a football team to bond, but who should a quarterback hang out with? Receivers thrive on chemistry. Offensive linemen offer protection. “You have to go with everybody,” Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock said. “It just all depends on your schedule, and some guys have work.” The […]

Easy schedule? Hawkeyes respond to offseason hype

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – The more you listen to Andrew Donnal, the more his words ring true. “You can’t be thinking about the end of the season before you start the beginning of the season,” Iowa’s senior offensive lineman said. “We can’t get too ahead of ourselves.” History backs up Donnal’s point. For much of […]

Andrew Logue’s ultimate Big Ten football road trip

[ 0 ] July 10, 2014

A new divisional alignment based on geography. Old rivalries that date back decades. And the perennial quest for roses. No offense to Maryland and Rutgers, but from an Iowa perspective, not much has really changed in the Big Ten. RANDY PETERSON: The ultimate Big 12 football road trip In fact, anyone planning a road trip through […]

Lack of night games irritates at least one Hawkeye player

[ 0 ] July 7, 2014

Fans aren’t the only ones who love football night games. Players are partial to prime time, too. “Getting up early sucks, you know,” said Carl Davis, Iowa’s towering defensive tackle. “I wish we could have had some night games. “Those are always fun.” When the folks from ESPN/ABC and the Big Ten Network unveiled their […]

Video: Iowa’s offense should be a well-oiled machine

[ 0 ] July 2, 2014

Why Iowa’s offense could be its best since 2002

[ 0 ] July 2, 2014

It’s time for Iowa to shoot for the stars. Everything is in place — talent, schematics and tempo — for the Hawkeye football team to have its most prolific offense in more than a decade. Not only is starting quarterback Jake Rudock returning, backup C.J. Beathard figures to play a significant role as well. They’ll […]

Why Iowa RB corps could be Big Ten’s deepest

[ 0 ] June 23, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – Never before has Kirk Ferentz been blessed with such running back riches. The Iowa football coach returns his top three rushers from last season, while potential breakout performers LeShun Daniels Jr., Akrum Wadley and Jonathan Parker are progressing behind the scenes. Add it all up, and the Hawkeyes’ ground game could […]

Carl Davis anchors Iowa’s formidable front four; could they be nation’s best?

[ 0 ] June 19, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – If you like athletes who set lofty standards, then you’ll love Carl Davis. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound defensive tackle is standing tall as preseason expectations mount for the Iowa football team – and its formidable front four. “We expect to be the best defensive line in the country,” Davis said. “I don’t […]

Kirk Ferentz shares thoughts on Dallas Clark, Chuck Noll

[ 0 ] June 18, 2014

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz opened Wednesday’s media gathering by touting the accomplishments of former Hawkeye star Dallas Clark. Clark joined the Hawkeyes in 1998 as a walk-on linebacker, but eventually earned all-America honors as a tight end. He continued into the NFL, where Clark was an All-Pro with 5,665 career receiving yards and 53 touchdowns. […]