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Rick Brown: Starting unranked a blessing for Ferentz’s Hawkeyes

By Evan Buhler, 15 hours 29 min ago
Nebraska’s 2014 football team returns 13 starters. Iowa returns 13 starters. Iowa clobbered Nebraska, 38-17, in the final regular-season game of 2013 — in Lincoln. So when the Amway Coaches Poll was released Thursday to kick off the new season, Iowa was surely ranked ahead of Nebraska. Right? Wrong. The Cornhuskers are ranked 22nd. Iowa […]

Blatant snub for Hawkeyes in coaches’ football poll?

By Evan Buhler, 20 hours 17 min ago
The Iowa football team was unranked when the season’s initial major poll was released Thursday. The Hawkeyes were left out of the top 25 of the 2014 season’s first Amway Coaches Poll. They were eighth among “others receiving votes” — or No. 33 overall — and listed behind five Big Ten Conference programs, including two […]

Recruiting news: Heralded lineman picks Hawkeyes over Alabama, Ohio State

By Evan Buhler, 21 hours 12 min ago
For Kirk Ferentz and his Iowa football coaching staff, persistence has finally paid off in recruiting, with help from some brotherly love. The Hawkeyes broke a recent stretch of near-misses in recruiting by landing three-star center James Daniels, who is the younger brother of Iowa sophomore running back LeShun Daniels. A native of Warren, Ohio, […]

Ally Disterhoft does it all in GTL championship

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 8 hours ago
NORTH LIBERTY Ally Disterhoft had at least three obvious goals heading into the Game Time League this summer. She wanted to stay healthy, improve as a player and lead her team to the title. Disterhoft accomplished all three goals Wednesday. She scored a game-high 36 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead McCurry’s/Culver’s to an […]

Texas speedster WR commits with Iowa for 2015 class

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 13 hours ago
A lack of speed at the receiver position has long been considered one of the weaknesses for the Iowa football team under coach Kirk Ferentz. The addition of Texas receiver Emmanuel Ogwo should help to address that problem. Ogwo, a 6-foot, 170-pound native of Mesquite, Texas, announced his verbal commitment to the Hawkeyes on Twitter […]

Texas speedster WR commits with Iowa for 2015 class

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 13 hours ago
A lack of speed at the receiver position has long been considered one of the weaknesses for the Iowa football team under coach Kirk Ferentz. The addition of Texas receiver Emmanuel Ogwo should help to address that problem. Ogwo, a 6-foot, 170-pound native of Mesquite, Texas, announced his verbal commitment to the Hawkeyes on Twitter […]

Doubts raised about legality of Hawkeye tuition raffle

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 14 hours ago
By Tony Leys Des Moines Register State regulators are looking into the legality of a University of Iowa promotion which promises a drawing for a year’s free tuition to five students who buy season tickets to Hawkeye football games. The promotion was announced Tuesday by the university, which said the top five prizes would each […]

Doubts raised about legality of Hawkeye tuition raffle

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 14 hours ago
By Tony Leys Des Moines Register State regulators are looking into the legality of a University of Iowa promotion which promises a drawing for a year’s free tuition to five students who buy season tickets to Hawkeye football games. The promotion was announced Tuesday by the university, which said the top five prizes would each […]

Big Ten Network analyst picks Iowa to win West

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 19 hours ago
Big Ten Network analyst Tom Dienhart is sold on the Iowa Hawkeyes. He’s picking Kirk Ferentz’s team to finish first in the Big Ten West Division. “Yes, Iowa over Wisconsin and Nebraska, the other two schools that appear to have strong cases to win the division,” Dienhart wrote. “This looks like a vintage Hawkeyes squad […]

Big Ten Network analyst picks Iowa to win West

By Evan Buhler, 1 day 19 hours ago
Big Ten Network analyst Tom Dienhart is sold on the Iowa Hawkeyes. He’s picking Kirk Ferentz’s team to finish first in the Big Ten West Division. “Yes, Iowa over Wisconsin and Nebraska, the other two schools that appear to have strong cases to win the division,” Dienhart wrote. “This looks like a vintage Hawkeyes squad […]