Even without playing last season, running back Jordan Canzeri represents one of the few things that went right for the Iowa football team in 2012. It went right simply because Canzeri didn’t play. He saved a season of eligibility by redshirting, making him a third-year sophomore for this coming season instead of a junior. He [...]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – Be honest: Who outside of Iowa coach Lisa Bluder’s locker room thought the Hawkeyes could stall No. 2 Notre Dame? Who thought the Hawkeyes could topple the region’s top seed, whose only loss in 33 women’s basketball games this season came against national No. 1 Baylor? The Irish are a monster [...]
Junior knows NBA is a far-off goal; wants NCAA first
Hayden Fry’s doctor has told him that the best medicine for dealing with cancer is to get a small pet, and to keep his sense of humor. Fry has taken both to heart. The University of Iowa football coaching legend, who turns 84 today, has lived with wife, Shirley, along a golf course in the [...]
The Iowa women’s basketball team will play host to an NCAA regional in March. Until recently, it has been safe to assume that the Hawkeyes will be part of the festivities. Iowa started the season by winning 16 of its first 21 games. Among its victories were games with Iowa State and Purdue, both of [...]
Replay the signing day chat with Press-Citizen sports editor Ryan Suchomel and reporter Pat Harty.
The most productive receiver in the history of Pennsylvania high school football will head east instead of west to attend college. Brian Lemelle made a verbal commitment to Connecticut on Monday, according to the Hartford Courant. His commitment came less than 24 hours after Lemelle returned from a recruiting visit to the University of Iowa. [...]