Media Release IOWA CITY, Iowa — Former University of Iowa All-American Tim Dwight is listed on the 2014 Football Bowl Subdivision ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame, it was announced Thursday by the National Football Foundation. Dwight, one of 75 former players and six coaches from the Football Bowl Subdivision on the ballot, […]
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Legendary Iowa football leader Hayden Fry hit another milestone birthday Friday with No. 85 in the books for the coach born on Feb. 28, 1929. To recognize the occasion, share your birthday message for coach Fry in the comments and take a look through our collection of his most iconic photos.
Iowa linebacker Christian Kirksey spoke to the media at the NFL Combine about staying in school and earning degree. Plus, how did he prepared for the Combine?
Just because signing day has come and gone doesn’t mean the same for this weekly recruiting column.
Apparently, Markel Smith wasn’t intercepted by dog sleds. The 5-foot-11, 210-pound running back from St. Louis, Mo., tweeted that he signed a letter of intent to join the Iowa football program today. He was unable to sign Wednesday because he was snowed in at a religious retreat. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, who didn’t mention Smith […]
Register reporters Randy Peterson and Tommy Birch, who cover the Iowa State football team, discuss Paul Rhoads’ comments made Wednesday about the recruitment of receiver Allen Lazard.
By Aaron Young – Indianola Record-Herald Since verbally committing to the University of Iowa football program eight months ago, Indianola senior lineman Keegan Render can finally exhale a sigh of accomplishment and relief — even with a broken left foot. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound elite all-state selection signed his national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes Wednesday […]
Until about a year ago, Matt Nelson had reason to think that basketball would provide his best chance for a free college education. His first Division I scholarship offer came from Rice University for basketball during the 6-foot-8 Nelson’s junior year at Cedar Rapids Xavier. Several more offers in basketball soon followed, but now his […]
LA PORTE CITY, Ia. – Reading defenses is a snap for Jay Scheel. It’s reading between the lines that’s a problem. Scheel, a football standout for Union Community High School, verbally committed to Iowa more than a year ago, and was among 21 recruits to sign a national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes today. […]