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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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Iowa football reporter Andrew Logue takes a quick lap around the West and East Divisions with a month to go before the opening kickoffs EAST DIVISION OHIO STATE Media prediction: First MVP: quarterback Braxton Miller This just in: “I’ll be disappointed if the receivers aren’t ready to carry their own weight,” coach Urban Meyer said. […]
DEPTH CONCERNS The Iowa football team returns eight starters on offense, after averaging 26.3 points per game in 2013. But when it comes to the backups, coach Kirk Ferentz has his concerns. Especially on the offensive line. “It’s like four guys who are pretty experienced, and then after that, it’s feast or famine,” Ferentz said. […]
CHICAGO – Is there validity to the change-of-pace philosophy? The Iowa football team is about to find out, thanks to the deepest and most diversified running backs corps of coach Kirk Ferentz’s 16-year tenure. “We have two sets of guys who are pretty distinctly different,” Ferentz said during Tuesday’s session of the Big Ten meetings. […]
CHICAGO, Ill. – A long pause punctuated Kirk Ferentz’s appearance at the Big Ten dais. A room full of reporters fell silent after Iowa’s football coach answered just five questions — in approximately 6 minutes — during Monday’s media session. It may have been because Ferentz was the last coach to speak. It may also have something […]
CHICAGO – You have to give Nebraska coach Bo Pelini credit for thinking outside of the box. The man who scored public relations points by bringing a cat to the Cornhuskers’ spring game kept the creative vibe going Monday during Big Ten football media days. When asked for a way to clean up recruiting, Pelini […]
CHICAGO – Who is the key to Iowa’s success? For ESPN analyst Chris Spielman, the answer was easy: “It’s always the quarterback.” “From high school to the NFL, if you don’t have a quarterback, you don’t have a chance,” Spielman said Monday during the Big Ten meetings. “That’s just the way it is. It’s how football […]
CHICAGO – The quarterback competition at Wisconsin remains unsettled. Badgers coach Gary Andersen said during Monday’s Big Ten football media days that he has no timetable for picking a starter. Wisconsin opens Aug. 30 at home against Louisiana State. “I’ve been through this a few times in my career,” said Andersen, who is entering his second […]