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Dowling QB picks Iowa

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Ferentz Loves the Experience on Offense, Possibilities on Defense

IOWA CITY, Iowa — On the first day of spring football practice, it’s the first day of pretty much everything for the upcoming season. So, what you saw on Iowa’s depth chart Wednesday was for entertainment... Read More »

Messingham Out As ISU Offensive Coordinator

AMES — Courtney Messingham is out as Iowa State’s offensive coordinator and so is running backs coach Kenith Pope, Cyclones head coach Paul Rhoads announced in a news release Sunday afternoon. A vocal... Read More »

Iowa Ready For Nebraska

Iowa and Nebraska meet for the third year in a row. Read More »

Rudock, Weisman Expected To Return For Purdue

IOWA CITY — Besides losing the game on Saturday, Iowa also lost quarterback Jake Rudock to a left knee injury on this interception that led to a Badger touchdown. "I'm not going to go into detail about... Read More »

Bye Week Helps Hawkeyes

IOWA CITY — Health questions continue to linger for Iowa, which had several players banged up two weeks ago against Michigan State. The Hawkeyes were idle last week, which was a good thing, Coach Kirk... Read More »

Iowa Bye Week

Through six games, Iowa has the same record as last fall, but the coaching staff is more optimistic this time around and the reason is depth. "We've got more guys that we feel like we can play and that's... Read More »

Iowa Fans Enjoy Beach Day in Tampa

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Sievertsen Named National Placekicker of the Week

Senior placekicker Tyler Sievertsen was named the College Football Performance Awards FCS National Placekicker of the Week. The former Kennedy Cougar went 3 for 3 on field goals against North Dakota State... Read More »

Wimberly Emerging For ISU

AMES — Iowa State football coach Paul Rhoads found his running game’s elusive “hot hand” in the person of speedster Aaron Wimberly. Then, he turned to the club. That’s running back/fullback/fifth-year... Read More »

Panthers Face Tough Test Against NDSU

The UNI football team is 4-0 to start the season for the first time since 2007. On Saturday, the Panthers had no problems whatsoever beating ninth ranked McNeese State 41-6. However, next week's game... Read More »

Powell Shows Blazing Speed On TD

TIME: 3:00, second quarter SCORE: Iowa 10-0 DOWN AND DISTANCE: Iowa faced first-and-10 at its 26 FORMATION AND PERSONNEL: Iowa – Three receivers, tight end, running back, shotgun. Minnesota – six defenders... Read More »

Iowa's Defense Stellar Against Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS – Carl Davis loves it when James Morris tells him where to go. It makes his life so much easier. “James is back there calling out plays,” the Iowa defensive tackle said. “We know what they’re... Read More »

Augustana Too Much for Loras

Loras was hoping to improve to 2-1 on the season on Saturday versus Augustana. However, it was all Vikings as they went on to defeat the Duhawks 35-10. Augustana got it done on the ground with 269 rushing... Read More »

Wartburg Defeats Carthage At Home

It was home sweet home for the Wartburg football team on Saturday. The Knights were hoping to bounce back after a tough loss to Bethel last week. Wartburg went on to win 27-10 over Carthage to move to... Read More »

Coe Moves Up In Rankings

The Coe football team moved up in the national rankings in the new poll. The Kohawks moved up two spots and are now ranked 20th in the nation. Coe is coming off a big 42-7 win over Cornell... Read More »

Weisman Carries Load For Iowa, Bundrage Shines For ISU

AMES — With Jack Trice Stadium half-empty Saturday night and long streams of red taillights in stadium parking lots, Iowa State showed all sorts of gumption. But while the Cyclones’ late-game, two-touchdown... Read More »

Cornell Shines on New Field Turf

MOUNT VERNON — Cornell debuted its new synthetic turf football field with an equally-sparkling performance on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Juan Flores threw for 275 yards on 21-of-27 passing, ran... Read More »

UNI Sprints Past Drake

A quick look at the box score shows exactly what many expected from Northern Iowa’s 45-14 rout of Drake University: too much UNI offense. David Johnson rushed for over 140 yards and Sawyer Kollmorgen... Read More »

Journey of Discovery Continues With Rudock

IOWA CITY — Kirk Ferentz isn’t looking for a new quarterback. Jake Rudock doesn’t have to look over his shoulder. Yes, Rudock’s interception late in the fourth quarter set up Northern Illinois for Mathew... Read More »

Cornell Football Boasts New Field

MOUNT VERNON – It is brighter, sharper and maybe long overdue. Cornell College’s Ash Park received a much-needed facelift. The Rams will open the 2013 football season on a new Prograss playing surface,... Read More »

B1G Approves New Divisions

Geography, a devalued component in the previous round of Big Ten realignment, became the only principle that mattered in the Big Ten’s latest divisional football layout. The league’s council of presidents... Read More »

Big Ten Considering Changes to Divisions

After one of the lousiest news weeks in a long time (but not nearly long enough), it’s good to go into the weekend yakking about something that’s totally trivial. So it is that I celebrate the coming... Read More »

Iowa State Takes the Field in Spring Game

AMES — Willie Scott rose up. Sam Richardson cringed. The anatomy of the first of two interceptions in Iowa State’s spring game Saturday contained positive and negative elements, serving as a microcosm... Read More »

Putting It On The Lines

IOWA CITY — The are realities to face with Iowa’s defensive line. It again will be a young, inexperienced group this fall. Many of the players will either be in development or will have short resumes.... Read More »

Iowa Holds a Practice in West Des Moines

Marc Morehouse Hi, I'm Marc Morehouse. I've covered sports for more than 15 years, mostly in Eastern Iowa. I've had Hayden Fry [...] Email the author Updated: 14 April 2013 | 5:29 pm in Hawkeye... Read More »

New Identity at WR for Hawkeyes

LOOK BACK: Everyone who had “passing game for the Iowa Hawkeyes” in their job description last season has something to prove. Some more than others. Basically, Iowa had three players catch passes for it... Read More »

Saban Quickly Turns To Challenges Of 2013 Season

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — It's becoming a familiar January scene for Nick Saban. The Alabama coach plastered a smile on his face for a series of posed photos next to the various trophies awarded to... Read More »

Rose, Sugar Bowls To Host First National Semifinals

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — The first semifinal games in the new college football playoff system will be played in the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 2015. The BCS conference commissioners announced... Read More »

Will Alabama/Notre Dame Live Up To The Hype?

MIAMI (AP) — Sometimes, the buildup to a game can overwhelm what actually happens on the field. Certainly, No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama would have to play nothing less than a classic to live up... Read More »

Notre Dame, Alabama Arrive For National Championship Game

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Brian Kelly walked off the tarmac, hopped aboard one of Notre Dame's team buses that bore his image on the side and grinned broadly as he sat in the driver's seat. Soon, the... Read More »

Johnny Manziel Wins Heisman Trophy

NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Football just got himself a way cooler nickname: Johnny Heisman. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, taking college football's... Read More »

Bielema Agrees To Leave Wisconsin For Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema is taking his brand of power football to Arkansas. Bielema has agreed to become the new coach of the Razorbacks, according to a person familiar with... Read More »

Watch 'On Iowa Live' With Former Hawkeye Ryan Luehrsmann

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Watch "On Iowa Live" with former Hawkeye and Cedar Rapids Xavier boys' basketball coach Ryan Luehrsmann. The show airs every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. on KCRG 9.2 and live online here... Read More »

Heisman Finalists: Manziel, Klein, Te'o

NEW YORK (AP) — Johnny Manziel and Manti Te'o are in position to make Heisman Trophy history. Manziel, the redshirt freshman quarterback from Texas A&M, and Te'o, Notre Dame's star linebacker, along with... Read More »

What's Next For Big Ten Expansion?

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The Big Ten's push to conquer the college athletics universe has hit a pregnant pause about two weeks after accepting Maryland and Rutgers as the league's 13th and 14th members. Everyone... Read More »

Big Ten Title Game Organizers Expect Empty Seats

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Wisconsin and No. 14 Nebraska likely will play Saturday night's Big Ten title game in front of at least a few empty seats. A little more than 24 hours before kickoff, thousands of... Read More »

Rutgers To Leave Big East, Join Big Ten

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers is joining the Big Ten, leaving the Big East behind and cashing in on the school's investment in a football program that only 10 years ago seemed incapable of competing... Read More »

Big Ten Rewind: Finish Line For Nebraska, Michigan

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - All Michigan needs is for the 4-7 Iowa Hawkeyes to beat Nebraska on Friday, then turn around and pop 11-0 Ohio State in Columbus on Saturday. Impossible? Hardly. Difficult to imagine?... Read More »

Watch 'On Iowa Live' With Former Cyclone Kyle Knock

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Scott Saville and the cast of "On Iowa Live" returned Monday night with a new episode, and the guys welcomed former Iowa State Cyclone Kyle Knock to the show to talk about the 'Clones... Read More »

Maryland To Join Big Ten In 2014

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Choosing to look toward the future rather than honor the past, Maryland joined the Big Ten on Monday, bolting from the Atlantic Coast Conference in a move driven by the school's... Read More »

Woverines' Kovacs Is A Self-Made Michigan Man

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - A 14-year-old Jordan Kovacs sat in the bleachers of the Big House watching Michigan attempt to erase a 17-point fourth quarter deficit against in-state rival Michigan State. He sat... Read More »

Indiana Hurts Iowa's Bowl Hopes, 24-21

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- In the end, the place just oozed with imagery that not only told the story but screamed it. The first down that Indiana notched to drain the clock down to prayers for the Hawkeyes... Read More »

Big Ten Rewind: There's Wisconsin And Who Else?

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The "Cinderella," feel-good story of the Indiana Hoosiers crashing the Big Ten's championship ball turned into more of a remake of "Carrie" without the supernatural explosions at Memorial... Read More »

Coe Wins Outright Iowa Conference Football Title

DECORAH, Iowa - Jared McNutt threw two touchdown passes and Brendan Leiran ran for 135 yards and one score Saturday as Coe crushed Luther, 35-7, to clinch the Iowa Conference championship. The 14th-ranked... Read More »

Jones Throws For 405, 4 TDs As OU Beats ISU, 35-20

AMES, Iowa — Iowa State football coach Paul Rhoads extended his hand. Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones took it, then listened. “I told him I’m glad he’s graduating, because he’s a heck of a football... Read More »

Column: Cyclones Lack The Offense To Be Big 12 Big

AMES, Iowa — If Iowa State had something resembling a typical Big 12 offense, oh what fun could be had here. As of Saturday morning, seven of the top 13 scoring teams in the nation resided in this league.... Read More »

ISU's Givens Gets Two INTs In Loss To OU

AMES, Iowa — Call it a knack. A nose. A talent. Whatever it is, Iowa State safety Durrell Givens has been in a taking mood. “It was a great thing,” Givens said of his two interceptions in the Cyclones’... Read More »

Coe's Frank Weymiller Is A College Football Leader In One Stat

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Coe College's defensive lineman Frank Weymiller leads all of college football - not just Coe's Division III - in forced fumbles in the 2012 season. It's not often that a small college... Read More »

Indiana's DT Odd Couple Having Career Years

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Ask Adam Replogle a yes or no question, and you’ll get just that. Ask his defensive tackle-mate Larry Black Jr. for a one word answer, and he’ll give you a paragraph, or two. In fact,... Read More »

Iowa Can Only Dream Of Two Healthy Running Backs

IOWA CITY, Iowa — For a grand total of two quarters, Iowa lived the dream of having two healthy running backs. They even provided counterweights to each other’s skills. Mark Weisman was the burly, inside-yardage... Read More »

Iowa Notebook: Hyde Has Some Fun With Hawkeye QB Situation

IOWA CITY, Iowa – There’s a lot of smoke coming from outside Iowa football signaling a switch of quarterbacks. Within the program there hasn’t been a puff, until Tuesday. “I have an arm. Man, I played... Read More »

ISU Faces Another Top QB When It Plays Baylor

AMES, Iowa — By Black Friday, Iowa State’s defense will have faced roughly one-third of the nation’s top quarterbacks. But that’s not necessarily a revelation. That’s simply life in the Big 12. “We... Read More »

Northwestern Crushes Iowa, 28-17

EVANSTON, Ill. — At some point, you might stop waiting for Ferentz 3.0. Kirk Ferentz finished 1-10 in his first season as Iowa’s head coach in 1999. He built the Hawkeyes into an undefeated Big Ten juggernaut... Read More »

B1G Commissioner Delany Talks Playoffs, Night Games

CHICAGO, Ill. — Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany said the new college football playoff structure should be completed within the next few months, but there’s no chance it will be implemented in time for... Read More »

Iowa-Northwestern: Two Unstable Offenses, Two Quests For Relevance

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Rose Bowl! Rose Bowl! For all the verbal and written dirt shoveled on Iowa’s football team since last Saturday night, the Hawkeyes could be tied for first-place in the Big Ten Legends... Read More »

5-Foot-8 Running Back Makes His Mark For Northwestern Football

EVANSTON, Ill. - Standing 5-foot-8, there are only six players in the Big Ten listed shorter than Northwestern’s Venric Mark. He’s not always easy to find behind an offensive line who’s average size is... Read More »

Penn State Crushes Iowa, 38-14

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- For the first time maybe ever, the Hawkeyes ran onto the Kinnick Stadium field to fireworks bursting in the air. They should've turned around and ran right back up the tunnel. The fireworks... Read More »

Big Ten Rewind: Some Separation, But Not Much

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Three teams remain undefeated in Big Ten play, and all three survived in different ways Saturday. Ohio State overcame a seemingly insurmountable deficit to beat Purdue 29-22 in overtime.... Read More »

It's 'Wait And See' On Mark Weisman

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Mark Weisman didn’t seem to have the weight of the Iowa football world on his right ankle Tuesday afternoon. He moved pretty well for a running back with a freshly sprained ankle and... Read More »

The Day The Goalposts Fell Down In East Lansing

EAST LANSING, Mich. - TV9's John Campbell remembers the day in 1982 that the temporary goalposts fell down during Iowa's game at Michigan State. In the video above, the KCRG-TV9 Sports Director talks... Read More »

'On Iowa Live' Moves To New Location For Monday's Show

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Join the cast and crew of On Iowa Live at its new location at The Fieldhouse on Blairs Ferry Road in Cedar Rapids, starting Monday Oct. 15, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. The show will still be... Read More »

Penn State Is Playing Together

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - You know the headlines Penn State generated throughout the Jerry Sandusky case. They’ll never go away. The Penn State football program will endure four years of bowl bans and scholarship... Read More »

Coe Is A Family Affair For The Atwaters

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Coe College is the football home of the Atwater family. Larry Atwater, the defensive coordinator and father of the family, Jordan, who starts at saftey and Mark, one of the team's... Read More »

Big Ten Division Races Begin To Take Shape

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - After a half-season scramble resembling a bowl of vegetable soup and not its traditional steak-and-potatoes recipe, the Big Ten might have returned to its normal diet Saturday. Wisconsin... Read More »

Ex-Iowa Great Alex Karras Dies

LOS ANGELES, Cali. - Alex Karras, one of Iowa’s greatest football players, a three-time All-Pro with the Detroit Lions and a longtime Hollywood actor, died today at his home after suffering from kidney... Read More »

ISU's Josh Lenz: Master Of 'Deception'

AMES, Iowa — Deceptive. It’s a word that continually crops up with respect to Iowa State wide receiver Josh Lenz’s speed — and Texas Christian’s vaunted defensive backs are still fooled. Lenz burst back... Read More »

Michigan State's Le'Veon Bell Keeps Spartans Sky High

IOWA CITY, Iowa — They weren’t into numbers with Le’Veon Bell. The man is third in the nation in carries. He averages more than 28 a game. Le’Veon Bell is going to get his. What the Hawkeyes don’t want... Read More »

Iowa Notebook: Backfield Duo Set To Debut Vs. MSU

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The last 73 times James Vandenberg called a run play in the huddle, he’s turned and handed the ball to Mark Weisman 70 times. Reinforcements are on their way. Tuesday Iowa head coach... Read More »

Hyde Plays, But Loses Some Stripes

IOWA CITY, Iowa — A couple of things off the top, 1) this was hardly the crime of the century and 2) Micah Hyde’s weekend arrest does give pause to review some crime-and-punishment protocol with the Iowa... Read More »

Nebraska's Rush Defense Fizzles Outside Lincoln

LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska’s vaunted “Blackshirts” defense has become mortal away from Memorial Stadium. The Cornhuskers (4-2, 1-1 Big Ten) have given up at least 230 yards on the ground in five of their... Read More »

Atwater injury mars huge Coe victory over Loras

CEDAR RAPIDS – On a day when virtually everything was good for the Coe Kohawks, the one thing that wasn’t sort of overshadowed everything. Brendan Leiran had five first-half touchdowns and moved into... Read More »

After Scare In Bloomington, Michigan State's Heart Still Beating

EAST LANSING, Mich. - Depending on the point of view, Michigan State is on track for its big goals, which, really, boils down to the Legends Division and a berth in the Big Ten title game for a second... Read More »

ISU Can't Afford Slip-Ups Against Brutal Big 12 Schedule

AMES, Iowa — The Big 12 Conference equates to a thrill-a-second gauntlet. It’s another season rife with ever-moving land-and-air mines and unscalable mountains populated by stretched-out juggernauts. Enter... Read More »

Big Ten Rewind: Everybody Has A Shot

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - It’s Ohio State and everybody else. The Buckeyes are the Big Ten’s undisputed top team but NCAA sanctions prevent Ohio State from competing in the postseason this year. It’s anybody’s... Read More »

Viking Legend Fred Zamberletti Never Forgets His Iowa Roots

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Fred Zamberletti embodies Minnesota Nice, but he’s Iowa to the core. Zamberletti, 80, has earned countless awards from the state of Minnesota for his 52 years of work with the Vikings.... Read More »

Cornell's Brautigam Overcomes To Play The Game He Loves

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - His blonde hair is long. We’re talking Clay Matthews long. The Green Bay Packers linebacker actually might look at Nick Brautigam’s shoulder-length flow and say “Dang, that dude’s... Read More »

Parker Keeps It Parker For Iowa’s Defense

IOWA CITY, Iowa — As it turns out, the Phil Parker defense isn’t all that different from the Norm Parker version. The Hawkeyes have remained in a 4-3 alignment. They blitz maybe 17 percent of the time,... Read More »

Ferentz Talks About 1995 Cleveland Browns In Advance Of NFL Documentary

IOWA CITY, Iowa — The hard-luck Cleveland Browns enjoyed a resurgence in the mid-1990s under Coach Bill Belichick. In 1994, the Browns finished 11-5, won a playoff game and defensive coordinator Nick... Read More »

Watch 'On Iowa Live' With Former Hawkeye OL Mike Elgin

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - 'On Iowa Live' returned with special guest and former Iowa offensive lineman Mike Elgin. The guys talked about Iowa's win over Minnesota to regain Floyd of Rosedale, talked with Elgin... Read More »

ISU Faces Tall Task In TTU Offense

AMES, Iowa — React. Respond. Stay calm. Iowa State’s defense has become a team strength entering Saturday’s 6 p.m. Big 12 Conference season home opener against Texas Tech largely because of strict adherence... Read More »

Bowl Projections: Iowa to Dallas?

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Four times in the last 10 years a team was so dominant in the regular season that it seemed preposterous that it had to even had to play an opponent for the national title. In 2003,... Read More »

UNI RB Johnson Steps Up For Panthers

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – University of Northern Iowa running back David Johnson may just be the tallest running back in team history. Standing at 6’3”, he is taller or the same height as every wide receiver... Read More »

Coe QB McNutt Wins IIAC Honor

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — The Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) announced today that Wartburg College volleyball player Bailey Wilson (West Des Moines, Iowa/Valley) and Coe College football player... Read More »

Iowa Notebook: A Weekend CMU Hangover

IOWA CITY, Iowa – They might have well played Central Michigan twice – the game on the field and then the countless games run within the Iowa players’ heads. “You replay all 57 offensive snaps and think... Read More »

Coe Cruises To 4-0 Start With Win Over Buena Vista

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Good luck, Steve Staker. You have your work cut out for you. It will be hard for Coe's head football coach to find something to complain about when he watches the latest game film. Almost... Read More »

Texas Tech Will Throw At, And Challenge, ISU

AMES, Iowa — Iowa State left cornerback Jeremy Reeves smiled at the question. Yes, he’s quiet. Yes, opposing quarterbacks have tended to avoid his side of the field. And yes, that’s about to change. “It’s... Read More »

Hawkeye Stumbling as Big Ten Play Arrives

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz shook up his staff in the offseason because he believed back-to-back 4-4 finishes in the Big Ten simply weren't good enough. Right now, the Hawkeyes don't... Read More »

Hess, Youngstown State Outlast Northern Iowa 42-35

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Kurt Hess threw his fourth touchdown pass with 1:50 remaining and Youngstown State held on to beat Northern Iowa 42-35 Saturday night in the Missouri Valley Conference opener for... Read More »

The Weisman Investment

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Iowa had a pretty good haul going for running backs in the 2010 recruiting class. The Iowa coaches liked Mark Weisman, but not enough to offer a scholarship. Which, at the time, made... Read More »

Unorganized, Undisciplined, Undone: CMU Beats Iowa

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Just after David Harman’s 47-yard field goal crawled over the sound end zone crossbar, the Big Ten Network sideline reporter stared straight ahead and said everything you need to know. “So,... Read More »

BTN, Dish Finally Reach Deal

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- The Big Ten Network and Dish Network ended a month-long impasse and reached a deal early Saturday morning that immediately returns BTN to the satellite provider’s channel lineup. “We’re... Read More »

CMU QB Ratcliff Looks For Bounce-Back Game

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Central Michigan represents the second Mid-American Conference opponent Iowa will play this season. But the Chippewas might as well be from a different planet than the Hawkeyes’ first... Read More »

Central Michigan Will Have to Guess Which Iowa RB It Will Be

IOWA CITY, Iowa - The first question out of the chute Monday morning for Central Michigan coach Dan Enos centered on which Iowa running back his team prepares for this week. That’s a good question with... Read More »

B1G Rewind: MSU Loss Hurts League

IOWA CITY, Iowa - The Big Ten’s last best chance to remain a relevant conference in the 2012 college football debate faded in the Spartan Stadium afterglow late Saturday night. No. 10 Michigan State,... Read More »

David Johnson's Rushing, Receiving Not Enough For UNI

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The last time Northern Iowa made a trip to Kinnick Stadium, David Johnson was a guest of Iowa. The then-Clinton tailback attended the instant classic between UNI and Iowa as a recruit... Read More »

Better Late Than Never for Iowa's Joe Gaglione

IOWA CITY — Freshmen year, Joe Gaglione and Steve Bigach were pulled out of a drill. They knew it wasn’t going to be good. Then-defensive line coach Rick Kaczenski didn’t like something. The specifics... Read More »

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