Former Iowa baseball player Jeff Wick is used to waking up long before sunrise on many Fridays in the fall. He did it again this Friday with plenty of encouragement as usual from his 5-year old son, Brady Wick. “My son will literally wake me up at quarter after four in the morning and say, […]
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Melvin Gordon star running back spurned an Iowa offer to join the Badgers, but turnabout is fair play, as the Hawkeyes signal caller chose Iowa over the Wisconsin Badgers, among other teams. Hear his reasons why.
Morris has been honored multiple times this season for his play.
Iowa defensive lineman Mike Hardy, a native of Appleton, WI talks with reporters about taking on the Wisconsin Badgers.
The 4-1 Iowa Hawkeyes return to Kinnick Stadium for homecoming and a matchup against Michigan State. Hawkeye experts Pat Harty (HawkCentral.com), Rob Howe (HawkeyeInsider.com) , and Kyle Hughes (1630 KCJJ) talk about their impressions of Iowa as they near the midway point of the season and break down this weekend’s game. The fellas wrap up […]
Pat Harty, Rob Howe and Kyle Hughes break down the Iowa-Iowa State rivalry ahead of Saturday’s game. Your browser does not support the audio element. Podcast Powered By Podbean
Saturday’s win almost felt like a loss for the Iowa football team — because it was in one respect. The Hawkeyes finally ended their seven-game losing streak by defeating Missouri State 28-14 before an announced crowd of 64,201 at Kinnick Stadium. But they also blew what seemed like a golden opportunity to galvanize their disgruntled […]
Iowa Hawkeye experts Pat Harty (Iowa City Press-Citizen), Rob Howe (HawkeyeInsider.com), Kyle Hughes (1630 KCJJ) and John Feeney debut a brand new podcast. This episode they give thoughts on Kids Day and expectations for Hawkeye football as well as recruiting and the Iowa men’s basketball teams’ trip overseas.
The longest season in the history of the Iowa men’s basketball program finally was laid to rest Thursday night in the city that never sleeps. Iowa didn’t get the result it was hoping for, losing to Baylor 74-54 in the NIT title game at Madison Square Garden in New York City. But this Iowa squad […]
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – At some point Saturday, the Iowa football team’s 2012 season went from being frustrating and embarrassing to sad and pitiful. It’s hard to say exactly when it happened, considering Michigan scored touchdowns on its first six offensive possessions while cruising to a 42-17 victory before an announced crowd of 113,016 at […]