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The Hawkeyes are going to be something this year. Who knows what that something will be, but the public will see its first glimpse of it today at Valley Stadium in West Des Moines.
For the third year, Iowa is holding a spring practice Read More »
Michigan officially announced Thursday that former Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock will join the Wolverines’ program as a graduate student. Rudock, a two-year starter for the Hawkeyes, will be eligible to compete for UM this fall.
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INDEPENDENCE — University of Iowa wrestling fans have the chance to get to know Mike Kemerer before he dons a Hawkeye singlet.
For the second time in two weeks, Kemerer will make the trek from Murrysville, Penn., to compete in Read More »
IOWA CITY — Iowa running backs/special teams coach Chris White didn't pull any punches.
Yes, Iowa had a fullback playing running back last season and it worked but had limitations, White said during a Wednesday news confere Read More »
Like nearly every basketball coach in America, Iowa’s Fran McCaffery was at the Final Four. He was busy at events, and although he was a tad under the weather, I caught up with him and discussed plenty of basketball matters.
1. Feels like Iowa is all-in on the big RB model — Sure, yes, Iowa’s lead running back is senior Jordan Canzeri, a 190-pounder. It also has a promising sophomore in Akrum Wadley, a 190-or-so Read More »
IOWA CITY — Jonathan Parker produced one of college football’s most cringeworthy plays in the TaxSlayer Bowl. The key for the Iowa sophomore now is to forget it ever happened.
With Tennessee holding a 28-0 lead early in the sec Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS — Wisconsin’s bid for its first NCAA title in 74 years ended in a haze of fireworks debris and confetti as the Badgers walked off the court at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Duke (35-4) rallied past Wisconsin with a lat Read More »
On Iowa Live for April 6 is chock full of spring sports. First there is a chat on Cedar Rapids Kernels baseball, with the Gazette's Jeff Johnson and members of the Cedar Rapids Kernels coaching staff.
Then, Marc Morehouse of the Gazette an Read More »
INDIANAPOLIS — Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery wasn’t surprised two Big Ten teams advanced to the Final Four. He was even less surprised that Wisconsin upset Kentucky 71-64 on Saturday.
“Obviously I’ve been asked a lot Read More »