If You’re Iowa, You Don’t Want Playoff Expansion

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If You’re Iowa, You Don’t Want Playoff Expansion Kirk Ferentz recently signed a seven-year contract extension to remain the head coach in Iowa City through the 2029 season. If he were to fulfill that contract, Ferentz would have spent 40 seasons with the Iowa Hawkeyes, 31 as the head coach. Having been the face of […] READ MORE


Iowa’s Personnel Movement, Young Talent

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Iowa’s Personnel Movement, Young Talent Despite the two tough losses to end the season, the Iowa Hawkeyes are coming off one of their more successful years in recent history. Iowa finished the regular season 10-2 with an appearance in the Big Ten Championship game, and a New Year’s Day bowl appearance. Not a lot of […] READ MORE


Iowa Loses Citrus Bowl in Dramatic Fashion

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The old-school matchup between Kirk Ferentz and Mark Stoops in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl lived up to its expectations. Both Iowa and Kentucky played a physical game of football that ended with a 20-17 Kentucky victory. It took a huge drive with three minutes to play for Kentucky to get the win. The touchdown at […] READ MORE


Iowa and Kentucky Battle in Vrbo Citrus Bowl

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The Iowa Hawkeyes are familiar with the sunshine state. Kirk Ferentz has led his team to a Florida bowl game 10 times in his 23-year run in Iowa City. This will be the 11th trip to Florida and first appearance in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl for Iowa. The Hawkeyes finished the regular season 10-2 before […] READ MORE


Kaleb Johnson Inks with the Hawkeyes

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Kirk Ferentz lands a solid running back in the early signing period for the class of 2022 as Kaleb Johnson inks with the Hawkeyes. Johnson is a four-star according to Rivals out of Hamilton, Ohio. He brings great size and speed to the running back room. Johnson is ranked 33rd at his position nationally. He […] READ MORE


Hawkeyes Sign Top Two In-State Players

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Hawkeyes Sign Top Two In-State Players After Xavier Nwankpa’s commitment to Iowa last week, the Hawkeyes have now locked up the top two football players in the state. Last summer, defensive lineman Aaron Graves out of Gowrie, Iowa committed to the Hawkeyes as well. In the early signing period, both Nwankpa and Graves made it […] READ MORE


Carson May Makes it Official, Signs With Iowa

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The Iowa Hawkeye class of 2022 officially lands a four-star quarterback. Carson May makes it official and signs with the Iowa Hawkeyes in the early signing period. The high school senior from Jones, Oklahoma is the 29th ranked quarterback nationally. He recently jumped to the four-star category according to Rivals. May is also listed as […] READ MORE


Iowa’s Tyler Linderbaum Wins Rimington Trophy

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After several preseason accolades and an outstanding 2021 season, Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum wins the Rimington Trophy. The award is presented annually to the nation’s most outstanding center. Linderbaum is the first Hawkeye to win the award in its 22-year history. Pro Football Focus lists the center as the top blocking lineman in the country. […] READ MORE


Five-Star Xavier Nwankpa Commits to Iowa

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The number one ranked safety in the 2022 class announced his commitment to the Iowa Hawkeyes today. Five-star Xavier Nwankpa commits to Iowa after his final three schools were narrowed down to Notre Dame, Ohio State, and the Hawkeyes. The safety has a 0.9783 247 Sports ranking. He comes in as the nation’s top safety […] READ MORE


Iowa Accepts Citrus Bowl Invite

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Iowa Accepts Citrus Bowl Invite The conclusion of the college football regular season brings the beginning of bowl season. The month-long, matchup mania of 84 bowl-eligible teams begins in just over a week. The Hawkeyes are rebounding after getting run out of Indianapolis by Michigan, but there is one more game to be played. This […] READ MORE