Patience is an attribute shared by many great running backs, but Iowa recruit Markel Smith has taken it to a new level.
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The Iowa football team has landed the 21st spot on ESPN’s “Way-Too-Early Top 25″ poll. Here is what ESPN has to say about the Hawkeyes: After going from 4-8 to 8-4 this past season, the Hawkeyes might be ready to move back to the upper echelon of the Big Ten. But coach Kirk Ferentz is […]
Other than a few late additions, the Iowa football team’s 2014 recruiting class is nearly a wrap.
FROM UI SPORTS INFORMATION: IOWA CITY, Iowa – University of Iowa linebacker coaches Jim Reid and LeVar Woods have been named Linebackers Coaches of the Year by FootballScoop. Woods, a three-year letterman during his Hawkeye playing career, completed his second year coaching Iowa linebackers after serving as an administrative assistant from 2008-11. Reid, a veteran […]
An interesting position battle is taking shape within the Iowa football program. Quarterback? Nope. It’s the punting job that became a little bit more intriguing Thursday when junior college transfer Dillon Kidd decided to join the Hawkeyes. He’ll try to beat out Connor Kornbrath, who averaged 40.0 yards per kick last season. Iowa finished 48th […]
FROM UI SPORTS INFORMATION: IOWA CITY, Iowa – Season tickets for the seven home games of the 2014 University of Iowa football team will increase $1 per game for the general public and UI faculty and staff, the UI Athletics Department announced today. The cost of a season ticket for a UI student will not […]
Unless you’re Alabama coach Nick Saban, recruiting is sort of like playing baseball in that you swing and miss a lot.
Quinton Alston will be a senior on Iowa’s 2014 football team. And maybe, just maybe, his time has come. “It’s been hard not playing,” Alston said. “But at the same time, we’re family here, so the main focus is to go out there and get another win.” Iowa will take the field without standout linebackers […]
Players such as Carl Davis are the heart and soul of Iowa football in Ferentz’s 15 seasons as coach.