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Jordan Canzeri making his case for carries in 2013

[ 0 ] April 15, 2013

Jordan Canzeri took the handoff, darted around right end and ran head-first into a defender. A pop of the pads later, the running back kept his balance, spun and gained a few more yards before being dragged down. It was just one play in Iowa’s 2-hour 20-minute football practice Sunday at Valley Stadium in West […]

Former Iowa RB Greg Garmon enrolls at California junior-college

[ 0 ] January 26, 2013

Former Iowa running back Greg Garmon has transferred to the same junior college in northern California that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodger used to attend. Garmon has enrolled at perennial power Butte College in Oroville, Calif., according to Hawkeye Insider.com. “He is on campus and started school this past week,” Butte coach Jeff Jordan […]

Iowa adds Ohio RB

[ 0 ] December 14, 2012

Iowa adds LeShun Daniels from Warren, Ohio.

Harty: Garmon quitting sends the wrong message

[ 0 ] December 13, 2012

The worst thing about running back Greg Garmon quitting the Iowa football team is that it sends the wrong message at the wrong time. There’s never a good time to lose a former four-star recruit such as Garmon, who showed flashes as a true freshman this past season. But it’s horrible timing when it comes […]

Iowa football: Garmon’s transfer could be a good thing

[ 0 ] December 13, 2012

This isn’t the end of the world that another Iowa running back transferred. Losing Greg Garmon, a true freshman who even coach Kirk Ferentz said ran toward the sidelines a few too many times, doesn’t mean the Hawkeyes are destined for another 4-8 season in 2013. Perception aside, it could be a good thing. That […]

Freshman RB Greg Garmon to transfer

[ 0 ] December 12, 2012

Running back Greg Garmon confirmed via text that he has asked for and been granted his release from the University of Iowa. Iowa Sports Information Director Steve Roe said he had not talked to any coaches about it and had no comment at this time. A four-star recruit out of McDowell High School in Erie, […]

Harty blog: It’s time for Kirk Ferentz and Greg Davis to create a wingback position

[ 0 ] November 29, 2012

This was written with the huge assumption that the Iowa running backs can stay healthy, can stay out of trouble and want to stay here. It’s time for Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz to start thinking out of the pro-style box with regard to his running backs, which under Ferentz is another word for tailback. It’s […]

Iowa football: Ferentz reflects on season, supports Greg Davis

[ 0 ] November 28, 2012

Iowa City, Ia. – Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz said Wednesday that a change in offensive coordinators isn’t the cure for an offense that this season ranked as one of the school’s worst during the past decade. “I think Greg (Davis) is an excellent football coach,” Ferentz said during a 45-minute season wrapup press conference. […]

Iowa football: Numbers tell the story for Hawkeyes’ offense

[ 0 ] November 15, 2012

IOWA CITY, Ia. – What’s happening with Iowa football these days is hiding behind numbers that quarterback James Vandenberg just as well could use as a snap count Saturday at Michigan. Ready. . .set. . . . . .98. . . .94. . .106. . .102 . . .hut. The ensuing play could range from […]

Game preview: Iowa, Penn State hope to make a statement

[ 0 ] October 19, 2012

Iowa City, Ia. – Second division, eh? That still could happen, but at 7 p.m. Saturday, Penn State and Iowa play a Big Ten Conference football game at Kinnick Stadium, both with an opportunity to make a divisional statement. For Iowa, it’s a chance to be 3-0 in the conference for only the third time […]