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Category: Iowa Hawkeyes Football

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 […]

Video: Can the Hawkeyes run the table in nonconference play?

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014

Hawkeye football beat writers Andrew Logue and Pat Harty discuss the Hawkeyes’ pre-Big Ten schedule.

Kickoff time announced for Iowa State vs. Iowa football game

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014

There will be plenty of time for partying around Kinnick Stadium before this season’s Cy-Hawk football showdown on Sept. 13 in Iowa City. The game starts at 2:30 p.m., according to the Big Ten Conference. 100 PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR’S GAME The last three games in the series have been decided by six points or […]

Analyst says Brandon Scherff could be No. 1 draft pick

[ 0 ] July 16, 2014

Legendary Iowa quarterback Randy Duncan could soon have company. Duncan, who led the Hawkeyes to two Rose Bowl victories in the 1950s, is the only Iowa player to be selected No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft. That could change next year, according to NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt. Brandt posted this on his Twitter account […]

Survey: Help enhance your HawkCentral experience

[ 0 ] July 11, 2014

We’re grateful that so many of you make us a trusted home for Hawkeyes sports coverage. And we want to serve you even better, giving you focused, improved, in-depth information and access year-round. So this is your chance to tell us what you want and how we can guide your Iowa sports experience across every […]

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 […]

Brandon Scherff: No. 2 ‘freakiest athlete in college football’

[ 0 ] July 7, 2014

Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports ranked the top 20 “freakiest athletes in college football,” and Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff almost made it to the top of the list. The senior from Denison ranks No. 2, just behind Auburn wide receiver Sammie Coates. Feldman explained why Scherff is so high on his list of players […]

Dallas Clark on retirement: ‘I don’t want to roll the dice anymore’

[ 0 ] July 7, 2014

Cedar Rapids, Ia. – Dallas Clark’s ideal playing weight as an NFL tight end was 242 pounds. He looked slimmer Monday. “I don’t weigh myself,” Clark said before teeing off in the Zach Johnson Foundation Classic at Elmcrest Country Club. “It doesn’t matter.” Clark, 35, an Iowa native and former Hawkeye consensus all-America tight end, […]

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 […]

Iowa recruit Markel Smith to play at N.Y. prep school

[ 0 ] July 3, 2014

Markel Smith’s rugged running style has drawn comparisons to former Iowa all-American Shonn Greene. And now they have something else in common. Smith, an Iowa running back recruit from St. Louis, will attend Milford Academy in New Berlin, N.Y., this fall to work on his academics. He also will play for the prep school’s highly […]