• Big Ten West running dry

    - Aug 4, 2015
    The departure of the conference’s premier backs is good news for the Hawks in 2015. By Charlie Green CHICAGO — Finding a feature running back to replace the departed Mark Weisman is a major theme
  • Alexander tops Prime Time awards

    - Aug 4, 2015
    Why Dondre Alexander is the MVP, and how Adam Woodbury’s impressive summer raises eyebrows. By Kyle Mann The Prime Time League is designed to cultivate competition among the most talented players in the area, Hawkeyes
  • Jennings leads Game Time stars

    - Aug 4, 2015
    Whitney Jennings and Tania Davis stole the show in this summer’s Game Time League. By Charlie Green In this summer’s Game Time League, Kay DiLeo’s young Beat the Bookstore/Westport team took home the championship behind
  • A-Maizing grace for Rudock

    - Aug 3, 2015
    By Danny Payne CHICAGO — When Jake Rudock arrived in Michigan shortly after finishing his microbiology/pre-med studies at Iowa in May, things changed. The former Hawkeye was set to begin the last year of his NCAA
  • Road to reunion

    - Aug 3, 2015
    The Big Ten’s three newest coaches know one another better than you might think. By Charlie Green CHICAGO — After nearly four decades of coaching, the winding road that had been Mike Riley’s coaching career
  • Coaching highlights Prime Time title

    - Aug 3, 2015
    The methods of coaches Randy Larson and Dan Ahrens brought them to the Prime Time title game. By Kyle Mann The July 30 Prime Time championship did something that last summer’s may not have done:
  • No more Sisters of the Poor

    - Aug 3, 2015
    By Jordan Hansen CHICAGO — During the second day of the Big Ten media days, Commissioner Jim Delany unveiled the league’s plan to continue strength-of-schedule improvements. While it has been long-documented that the Big Ten
  • Hawks mull running game

    - Aug 3, 2015
    Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz discussed on how running backs Jordan Canzeri and LeShun Daniels Jr. will fit into the Hawkeye backfield this season. By Ryan Rodriguez CHICAGO — With the departure of running back
  • Bluder talks Pan-Am, life after Logic

    - Jul 29, 2015
    The Iowa women’s basketball head coach has led the Hawks to eight-consecutive NCAA Tournaments, and she recently led Team U.S.A to a silver medal in the Pan-American Games. In August, she and the Hawkeyes will travel
  • Football Hawkeyes aim high

    - Jul 20, 2015
    Iowa’s football season doesn’t kick off for 47 days, but the eagerness to get back to action was palpable at the Iowa football media availability July 16. Although fall camp doesn’t start until Aug. 6, players

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