Tag Archives: Hawkeyes

Hawkeye Offense Struggles in Second Half

At this point, everybody knows about the crazy week that took place in Iowa City. All Big Ten left tackle Brandon Scherff had his knee scoped, and defensive end Drew Ott was involved in a scooter accident. All week there were question in the air whether these two key contributors would be able to play more »

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Hawkeyes, Cyclones seek answers leading up to clash

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Dylan Anderson takes a look at the annual Cy-Hawk game in Iowa City this weekend. (Photo: Reese Strickland/USA TODAY Sports)

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Rudock Leads Iowa to Improbable Victory

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Despite being down 13-3 with less than 3 minutes in the game, Iowa pulled out a 17-13 win over Ball State. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

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With Old Shoes to Fill: It’s Time to Work

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Heading into the 2014 season, the Hawkeyes are ready to replenish the tight end position after the departure of C.J. Fiedorowicz.

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Best of KRUI Sports Broadcasts 2013-2014

Here is a five minute best of audio sample of the work we do here at KRUI Sports.   A longer sample can be found here.

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Time to Bring Back Iowa Baseball

With March Madness and the NCAA wrestling championships right around the corner, Iowans will be plenty busy when it comes to watching sports, and since the Hawkeyes are projected to make a good showing in both, this only amps up the entertainment value. However, this is always the case regardless of the year. Hawkeye wrestling more »

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Hawkeyes get much needed win against Purdue

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Iowa got back on the winning track on Sunday with their defeat of the Purdue Boilermakers. Dylan Burn has the recap. (AP Photo/Jim Slosiarek)

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Hawkeyes Get Rained Out, Then Fizzle Out

The Hawkeye softball team made its final long road trip of the year over Spring Break out to Louisville, KY before returning for their home opener this past weekend.  After rainy weather cancelled the Hawkeyes’ first two games, the Hawkeyes padded their win column but unfortunately weren’t able to keep that momentum going through the more »

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Valgeir Sigurdsson @ The Englert

On Wednesday, March 13 at 8 PM, a handful of Iowa City residents entered The Englert Theatre. Instead of filing into the usual theatre seats, listeners were invited on stage. A group of approximately fifty chairs was nestled around a piano, a music stand, and a Mac computer. The stage was otherwise rather bare and more »

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Hawkeye Softball Makes Statement in California

If there is a bias against west coast and southeastern NCAA softball teams, no one told the Hawkeyes this past weekend. The University of Iowa’s softball team went out to the Easton Invitational in Fullerton, California this weekend to be the fifth team in the tournament.  The field of Iowa’s opponents included CSU-Bakersfield, the host more »

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