FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2012, file photo, Iowa quarterback James Vandenberg calls a signal during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Minnesota in Iowa City, Iowa. Even though Iowa has one of the nation's worst passing attacks, coach Kirk Ferentz is sticking with Vandenberg. The senior has earned the trust of his teammates and coaches, even though he has just three TD passes in seven games.(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
Gazette reporter Mike Bonner and online sports editor Grant Burkhardt talk about Iowa’s loss to Penn State, and discuss the World Series in this episode of the ‘Fresh Forum’ podcast.
The guys explain why Saturday’s loss isn’t James Vandenberg’s fault and brainstorm about the future of Big Ten football and Iowa’s place in it, especially with offensive minds like Urban Meyer and Bill O’Brien being head coaches in the conference with bright futures.
Then Mike and Grant talk about the World Series, and the guys play a few fun games at the end of the episode.
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