IOWA CITY, Ia. – Iowa has never defeated Michigan three straight times at Kinnick Stadium, so there’s one thing the Hawkeye football team can accomplish Saturday. Here’s another: A fourth conference victory would lock up a winning record 12 months after the program limped its way to the finish line with six straight defeats and […]
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Iowa’s defensive line has made significant progress this season. Defensive tackle Louis Trinca-Pasat has been in the middle of it all. “Coach (Reese) Morgan is constantly coaching us,” Trinca-Pasat said. “He gets us prepared, and gives us confidence. We’ve just taken that step. We’re able to play football with confidence.” Trinca-Pasat […]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – A few statistics still cast a shadow over Iowa’s football program.“The one number that stands out to me, that really got to me, would be eight,” freshman pass rusher Faith Ekakitie said. “That’s how many losses we had.” There was plenty of blame to go around after the Hawkeyes finished 2012 […]
From UI Sports Information: Fifteen University of Iowa football players have been named to the team’s 2013 Leadership Group. Head coach Kirk Ferentz announced the group Wednesday. The group for the upcoming year includes six seniors, three juniors, four sophomores and two redshirt freshmen. A member of the 2013 incoming freshman class will be […]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – The numbers on a tape measure and scale won’t necessarily add up to more sacks for Iowa’s patchwork defensive line. But a little bulk wouldn’t hurt. “You don’t have to be a certain height, a certain weight to play any position in football,” defensive line coach Reese Morgan said. “And thank […]
Below: Randy Peterson of The Des Moines Register answers five questions from Hawkeye football fans. Above: Peterson talked to Iowa running back Damon Bullock on Tuesday in Iowa City. ===== How many yards will Damon Bullock rush for Saturday? That’s an interesting question. After missing four games in a row while recovering from a concussion, […]
Under coach Brady Hoke, the Wolverines have put together the No. 1 class in the country.
Despite his verbal commitment to the Hawkeyes, other college coaches haven’t left Maurice Fleming alone.
Kirk Ferentz has picked up his first-ever recruit from West Virginia.