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Hawkeye women cruise past Gophers

[ 0 ] January 29, 2014

A 20-2 run midway through the second half spurred the Iowa women’s basketball team to a big lead that turned insurmountable in a 64-56 win over Minnesota on Wednesday night in Williams Arena in Minneapolis.

Flags down: Hawkeyes limit penalties since Missouri State win

[ 0 ] October 2, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. After getting flagged for 11 penalties and 100 yards in the second game of the season against Missouri State, Iowa’s football team collectively decided to do something about that. “After the game we decided we wanted to be more of a disciplined team,” center Austin Blythe said. “We thought about how we […]

Pat Harty: Are the Big Ten Bullies back? Still too soon to say

[ 0 ] September 28, 2013

Just to prove that I’m not pounding the black and gold Kool-Aid, even with Saturday’s 23-7 victory over Minnesota, I still think it’s too early to say that the Iowa football team has returned to contender status.

Brown: Hawkeyes must change sour TCF Bank history

[ 0 ] September 27, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS – Iowa has played two games at TCF Bank Stadium, both as a double-digit favorite. The Hawkeyes return Saturday looking for their first victory ever at the fifth-year home of Minnesota football. buy essay online cheap Can you say ouch, times two? Ouch, as in humbling, unexplainable losses of 27-24 in 2010 and 22-21 […]

Can Hawkeyes forge winning identity at Minnesota?

[ 0 ] September 27, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS – An identity will be forged Saturday afternoon. Iowa and Minnesota bring similar attitudes and attributes to Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. showdown on ABC, yet neither has been tested by the grind of a Big Ten Conference schedule. This is a chance to hoist the Floyd of Rosedale Trophy and solidify reputations. “We’re going against […]

Playing word association with Big Ten football

[ 0 ] September 25, 2013

Let’s play a little word association. When I mention a football team from the Big Ten Conference, what comes to mind? The league schedule is beginning to ramp up this weekend, and we’re still looking for trends and traits. Ohio State remains the frontrunner. Purdue continues to be a punching bag. But everything in between […]

Martin-Manley moves on from punt return bonanza

[ 0 ] September 24, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. – The adulation had already started to roll in by the time Kevonte Martin-Manley checked his text messages Saturday afternoon. He had more than 50 texts congratulating him for his two punt return touchdowns  against Western Michigan. The junior has received a lot of attention since he became the third player in […]

Jordan Lomax’s availability takes a discouraging hit

[ 0 ] September 24, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. – The chances of Iowa cornerback Jordan Lomax playing Saturday went from maybe to doubtful in less than 48 hours. Lomax is nursing a sore hamstring, which will likely keep him out of the Hawkeyes’ Big Ten opener at Minnesota. “It’s getting a little frustrating for everybody, mostly for him,” coach Kirk […]

Iowa wrestling: Gophers, Tigers defeat sloppy Hawkeyes at National Duals

[ 0 ] February 23, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS – The nation’s top-ranked heavyweight flexed in the face of the Iowa wrestlers Saturday night and took a victory lap around the mat, imploring both sides of the Williams Arena crowd to applaud another defeat for the Hawkeyes. Iowa stumbled twice on the final day of Mat Mayhem, and Missouri gave the Hawkeyes a […]

Iowa heavyweight ensures escape against Cornell

[ 0 ] February 22, 2013

Iowa survived a quarterfinal scare to edge No. 7 seed Cornell 21-16 and advance to the Mat Mayhem final day.