Trevon Young has launched a comeback that could make him an Iowa football recruit again. Young is nearing the end of his freshman season at Iowa Western Community College and his performance as a pass rushing defensive end has caught the attention of several FBS schools. Iowa Western tweeted on Wednesday that Arkansas was the latest […]
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Reese Morgan might sound old-fashioned and stuck in his ways, but don’t mistake that for him being passed up by the game. That’ll never happen.
Brian Ferentz — the 30-year-old son of Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz and the offensive line coach for the Hawkeyes — can joke about his father. “Alternate uniforms? That’s not really in his personality … I’ve seen his closet,” Brian Ferentz said. But there is a limit to the jokes. Brian Ferentz made sure that […]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – The numbers on a tape measure and scale won’t necessarily add up to more sacks for Iowa’s patchwork defensive line. But a little bulk wouldn’t hurt. “You don’t have to be a certain height, a certain weight to play any position in football,” defensive line coach Reese Morgan said. “And thank […]
Iowa defensive line coach Reese Morgan met with the media on Wednesday in Iowa City. REESE MORGAN: Today will be our tenth practice. Like the attitude of the guys, like the young men that we have in the room. They are hard workers. This is really a great time of year if you’re a coach […]
Blitz? At Iowa? It could happen from a variety of positions as the defense transitions between coordinators – from Parkers Norm to Phil. “Sometimes you have to,” Phil Parker said putting additional heat on quarterbacks. Cornerbacks playing close to receivers before the ball is snapped? “Sometimes you have to,” Parker said. Welcome to the brave […]
The spring depth chart has two redshirt freshmen and four true freshmen filling six of the eight spots on the D-line.
Read the transcript from the press conference with Kirk Ferentz, Erik Campbell and Reese Morgan from Wednesday, April 4, 2012.
Iowa Hawkeye football coaches addressed sports media today as spring practice gets underway