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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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Video: Why Damond Powell could be better this season

[ 0 ] April 9, 2014

       

Former quarterback Scherff relishes lineman role

[ 0 ] April 9, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – Forward thinking led Brandon Scherff to switch from quarterback to offensive lineman. It also led the 6-foot-5, 315-pound left tackle back to the Iowa football program for his senior season. “The reason I came back was to improve myself in all aspects of football, pass blocking, run blocking, finishing at the […]

Five Iowa football questions with reporter Andrew Logue

[ 0 ] April 9, 2014

1. Is holding a practice in West Des Moines a good thing, or too much of a distraction? Saturday’s open workout at Valley Stadium is a win-win. Veteran players will tell you spring workouts can drag, but a two-hour detour to Central Iowa helps to beat the monotony. It’s also a nice public relations move […]

Tickets running short for practice at Valley, plus free clinic for coaches

[ 0 ] April 8, 2014

The Iowa football coaching staff will hold a mini-clinic Saturday at the Valley Community Center, as part of their visit to West Des Moines for an open practice. Kirk Ferentz will be the headliner, as well as his assistants. The clinic is free for all high school coaches and will be held from 9:45 a.m. […]

Iowa fans needn’t worry about lack of a featured rusher

[ 0 ] April 5, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. — Variety can lead to consternation. If the Iowa football team takes a running back-by-committee approach into the 2014 season, skeptics will stress over the lack of a featured rusher. If you’re one of those people, chill. After all, Mark Weisman doesn’t seem to mind sharing the load. “I think that’s a […]

5 questions with quarterback Jake Rudock

[ 0 ] April 2, 2014

Jake Rudock, a junior-to-be from Weston, Fla., broke onto the scene a year ago and emerged as Iowa’s starting quarterback from a three-way battle that included C.J. Beathard and (the now-transferred) Cody Sokol. On Wednesday, Rudock answered this week’s five questions with Hawkeye reporter Andrew Logue: 1. How do you feel, after having knee injuries last […]

Hawkeyes to test Atlanta in football recruiting pursuits

[ 0 ] April 2, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – Iowa linebackers coach LeVar Woods is in charge of recruiting Texas and Georgia, and while the Hawkeyes did sign kicker Mick Ellis and defensive back Joshua Jackson from the Lone Star State, the Atlanta area has become a new frontier. “There are Hawkeyes in Atlanta to help,” Woods said of Iowa […]

LeVar Woods wants his linebackers to ‘let it loose’

[ 0 ] April 2, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – LeVar Woods has seen enough to be encouraged. As a linebackers coach for Iowa’s football team, Woods caught an early glimpse of the players who will fill a glaring void in the Hawkeye defense. Travis Perry, Quinton Alston and Reggie Spearman have all spent time on special teams, where Woods had […]

Iowa’s football team needs a fear factor

[ 0 ] March 29, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – Nobody is scared of Iowa. And that might be Hawkeyes’ biggest fear heading into the 2014 college football season. When spring practices kicked off last week, everything looked promising on paper: Jake Rudock is a proven commodity at quarterback; Mark Weisman and Jordan Canzeri offer a contrast in running styles; and […]

Three new starters top Hawkeyes depth chart at linebacker

[ 0 ] March 26, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. – It didn’t take long for somebody to mention the linebackers. In fact, Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz was the one who brought the subject up, while answering the very first question of Wednesday’s press conference. Videos: Kirk Ferentz on spring football He was asked to list the Hawkeyes’ biggest challenges heading […]