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, […]
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The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced Wednesday its plans for single game ticket sales to the seven home games of the nationally ranked 2014 football team. The Athletics Ticket Office will start selling single game tickets to the general public on Friday, July 11. That sale will begin after members of the National I-Club […]
You’d never get Brandon Scherff to admit it, but he’s on the verge of doing something truly spectacular for himself and for the Iowa football program.
Seth Wallace, hired Thursday as Iowa’s football recruiting coordinator and assistant coach, is well-versed in everything Iowa. The son of Grinnell College athletic director and former football coach Greg Wallace, Seth was a running back at Grinnell High School and a wide receiver and kick returner at Coe College, where he was a four-year starter […]
University of Iowa media release IOWA CITY, Iowa — A Celebration of Life service for former University of Iowa defensive coordinator Norm Parker will be held Saturday, May 31 at Kinnick Stadium. The service is open to the public from 1-3 p.m. in the south end zone of Kinnick Stadium. Attendees should enter the stadium […]
The New England Patriots announced that they released rookie LB James Morris. Morris was signed by the Patriots on May 16, 2014, as a rookie free agent out of Iowa.
Thanks to my favorite NFL team, the Chicago Bears, for giving Iowa receiver Don Shumpert a chance.
With all due respect to his two Big Ten titles and four double-digit win seasons, Kirk Ferentz’s NFL pipeline is his most impressive accomplishment as the Iowa football coach.
Should Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz fail to land running back recruit D’Andre Swift, it won’t be from a lack of trying.
One of the fallouts from Iowa’s 4-8 football record in 2012 was getting no night games the following season. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz used that lack of primetime respect as a motivating point with his team. “It’s simple, it’s a level playing field,” Ferentz told his team last spring about no night games on the […]