Illinois Visits Iowa On Senior Day

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It’s Senior Day in Iowa City this Saturday and the Illinois Fighting Illini travel to visit the Hawkeyes for the final home game of the season. Iowa has won seven straight against the Illini, including their comeback win last season in Champaign. The Hawkeyes scored 35 unanswered points to secure the victory a year ago. […] READ MORE


History of the Heartland Trophy

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The rivalry between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Wisconsin Badgers spans over 100 years, dating back to the late 1800s. The two teams have met 94 times and recently began exchanging a trophy. In 2004, the Heartland Trophy was presented to the winner of the annual contest between Iowa and Wisconsin. The Hawkeyes won the […] READ MORE


Wisconsin vs Illinois Preview

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Wisconsin vs Illinois Game Preview What: Wisconsin vs Illinois When: Saturday, October 9th, 2:30 pm Network: BTN The second weekend of October brings together one team that has double the amount of wins this season compared to their opponent. That of course, would be the Illinois Fighting Illini with two, compared to the Wisconsin Badgers, […] READ MORE


Iowa Win Total, Predictions

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The Iowa Hawkeyes open the season with two tough opponents both ranked in the Top 25 in Indiana and Iowa State. They will host Penn State in early October and later travel to Wisconsin and Northwestern in back-to-back weeks. The road to winning the Big Ten West will be difficult, but that’s nothing new. Most […] READ MORE




South Carolina Game Preview; Season at a Crossroads

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The Gamecocks season is at a crossroads as they return home for a match up with the Arkansas Razorbacks. South Carolina has lost two of their three games, and has an offense currently stuck in neutral. They have failed to score more than 17 points in the last three games. For the second week in a […] READ MORE



Wisconsin Badgers: Best of the Decade, Part 1

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Being a Badger fan in this day in age is quite glamorous. Since the beginning of the Barry Alvarez era in 1990 not only has Bucky been a consistent winner, but they’ve been consistent title contenders, for the Big Ten and beyond. However, a lot of fans know it hasn’t always been like this. For nearly […] READ MORE


SEC Media Days; Day 1 News and Notes

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The four-day marathon that is SEC Media Days kicked off Monday in somewhat predictable fashion. Conference commissioner Greg Sankey opened the event by giving a state of the state type of speech, including a decision by the universities giving him the controlling say in the rescheduling of games postponed by weather. Most will remember the […] READ MORE