No matter what has been the result on the field for the Iowa football team recently, the Hawkeyes could always count on the NFL Draft. But Thursday night in the first round of the 2013 draft, the Hawkeyes ares almost certain to not hear any familiar names called. If so, it’ll be the first time [...]
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James Vandenberg was in Clive on Tuesday to receive a coaches appreciation award from the Polk County I-Club. He also received the night’s only standing ovation when he took the podium to collect his honor. And that, more than any statistic, says something about how the former Hawkeyes quarterback will be remembered. Vandenberg had to [...]
FROM U OF I SPORTS INFORMATION: IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa senior center James Ferentz earned top honors when the 2012 Hawkeye football team held its annual awards banquet Saturday in Iowa City. Ferentz shared the 2012 Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award, was one of five players named permanent team captain, [...]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – It’s not as if Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde needs the cash, but if the Big Ten Conference wants to share some of the money it expects to get from recent expansion, he’ll take it. “The student-athlete is a huge part in generating that money,” Hyde said Tuesday. “Maybe someday it’s going [...]
IOWA CITY, Ia. — Micah Hyde can’t figure it out. Iowa’s starting cornerback claims the Hawkeyes practice well each week, but then for some reason they leave that intensity somewhere between the practice field and wherever they’re playing. He mentioned it after a loss against Northwestern. He said it after the Penn State defeat. He [...]
The Hawkeyes’ bowl hopes are on life-support and fading fast after a 27-24 loss to Purdue.
IOWA CITY, Ia. – For the first time Tuesday, Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde did what people commonly refer to as “their civic duty.” “I voted,” he said. “It was my first time. It was a quick process – took just a couple minutes. “I didn’t know what to expect, but it was easy.” He [...]
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — If Iowa can’t beat Central Michigan, and if the Hawkeyes can’t beat an Indiana outfit that had just one Big Ten Conference victory before last weekend, then how can they expect to win at Michigan or even at home against Nebraska? Stay tuned. That’s the precarious position in which the slumping Iowa [...]
Two weeks ago Iowa was 4-2 and 2-0 in the Big Ten. An embarrassing loss to Central Michigan was in the review mirror and fans were talking about a conference title with a straight face. Things weren’t perfect, but it was clear if there were any problems with this Hawkeye team … it was with [...]