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Columnist Pat Harty has been covering the Iowa Hawkeyes for the Press-Citizen since 1991. Originally from Des Moines, he currently writes columns and covers Hawkeye men's basketball for Hawk Central.
We live in a world that is flawed.
For Iowa pitcher Calvin Mathews, one inning and just a few inches made all the difference against hard-hitting Indiana on Saturday.
Leaving probably would’ve been the easiest thing for Quinton Alston to do.
His career as a football coach has taken Frank Verducci all over the United States and beyond.
Iowa linebacker coach LeVar Woods defied the odds by playing seven seasons in the NFL.
The Iowa Hawkeyes have a trio of talented linebackers to replace. See what players and staff said today about what they think about how good this new group of backers can be.
This column starts with something sad and disturbing that happened March 3, 2010, in Madison, Wis. The Iowa men’s basketball team basically rolled over and died on that day, losing 67-40 against Wisconsin. I’ll never forget the look of helplessness on Matt Gatens’ face as he emerged from the locker room to be interviewed about […]
Jack Hockaday on Saturday became the fourth high school quarterback to commit to the Iowa football team’s 2015 recruiting class, but his situation is different than the other three. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Hockaday, who is from Decatur, Ill., wants to play defense in college and is being recruited as a linebacker. He announced his commitment […]
I recently slipped into a trance and came up with these 20 predictions that I’d like to now share with you. The Iowa football team will finish 9-3 during the 2014 regular season, with its losses coming at Pittsburgh, at Maryland and at home against Wisconsin. Feeling more comfortable with a season of Big Ten […]