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Tuesday’s With Kirk: Part Minnesota

It has been a long 72 hours since Iowa’s draining loss to Wisconsin in Madison. Social media full of hot takes and armchair quarterbacks, most of them clamoring for changes that are never going to happen. So hearing from the head Hawkeye was refreshing. “Bottom line is Wisconsin outplayed us, they deserved the credit, and … Continued

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Hawkeyes Sputter, Fall to Blue Demons at Home, 93-78

Image Rights: 247Sports DePaul jumped out to a 19-2 lead and never looked back as an electric offense downed the outgunned Iowa Hawkeyes, 93-78. Junior forward, Paul Reed, led the line with a double-double, gathering 25 points and 12 boards on 10-of-14 shooting. The 6-foot-9 Blue Demons frontman buried three of his four attempts from … Continued

Welcome to the Friendly Confines

I know a place that some people only dream of seeing. A place that many have the privilege of seeing in the spring, in the summer, and if they’re lucky, the fall. A place that opens its’ deep green gates to welcome 41,268 eager people; people who feel an absence through the frigid months.   … Continued

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa— Well I had dibs on writing the article about the inspiring Iowa comeback but unfortunately I have to write this one instead. I’ll start by sharing what Kirk Ferentz had to say after the game. “There wasn’t much good out there tonight,” said Ferentz. That seems like an understatement at this point. … Continued

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The Iowa Hawkeyes (5-3) travel to State College to take on the Penn State Nittany Lions (6-2). Beaver Stadium will be a hostile environment and will be a test for the desperate Iowa team. Here are the keys to success for the Hawkeyes Get the run game going early: With the … Continued

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA- Media members swarmed the L.A. Hotel Downtown today to get their questions answered. It was media day for both the Stanford Cardinals and the Iowa Hawkeyes. Media had access to not only the starters but the entire roster, including Freshmen. It was an opportunity to get to know some of the players … Continued

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IOWA CITY, IOWA- A winter storm pounded Iowa City Friday night and continued into Saturday morning. 70,000 seats were covered with over six inches of snow by kickoff but the grounds crew had the field ready to go for senior day and the 2015 home finale at Kinnick Stadium. The undefeated Iowa Hawkeyes (10-0) took … Continued

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