On a day when nothing came easy for Iowa’s football team, John Lowdermilk made things way too difficult. The junior safety provided a spark with his third-quarter interception and 71-yard return. It would have been a touchdown, but after a replay review, it was determined he dropped the ball before crossing the goal line. “It […]
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ESPN’s coverage of Wednesday’s Outback Bowl was a parade of stereotypes about the program under coach Kirk Ferentz. For those connected to the program, that’s mostly a positive thing. As LSU’s polished off its 21-14 win against Iowa at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., familiar themes emerged from play-by-play announcer Mike Tirico and analyst […]
TAMPA, Fla. – Senior Tanner Miller will play his final game at free safety Wednesday against LSU in the Outback Bowl. Who will replace him? One candidate is Jordan Lomax, who started at right cornerback in Iowa’s first game of the season against Northern Illinois but was injured. Freshman Desmond King stepped in as a starter […]
TAMPA, Fla. – A lot can be learned from a single football game. For example: Louisiana State’s 35-21 victory over Auburn, back on September 21, taught Tigers coach Les Miles his team could beat any opponent. Now, he’s trying to apply those lessons to Wednesday’s Outback Bowl showdown with Iowa. “The Auburn game and the […]
http://bcove.me how to get your ex back /qyhhtphy IOWA CITY, Ia. – Iowa safety John Lowdermilk was born a Buckeye. His dad, Kirk, was an all-Big Ten center at Ohio State who went on to a 12-year NFL career. Kirk also has season tickets to Ohio State football, and John tagged along for several games […]
Lose a star, gain a constellation. With cornerback Micah Hyde now playing for the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, the Iowa secondary is seeking strength in numbers. “What we’re trying to build is not only the first-team guys, we’re trying to build the next four guys (and) the next four,” defensive coordinator Phil Parker said. “I […]
ANN ARBOR, MICH. – Apparently, Iowa left its defense in East Lansing, Mich. It hasn’t shown up much the past five weeks and wasn’t there on Saturday in a 42-17 loss to No. 23 Michigan. “Defensively, we didn’t have any answers to their attacks,” Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said. “That became pretty apparent, pretty quickly.” […]