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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
UI asks Regents for approval of $35 to $45 million renovation of Kinnick north stands

IOWA CITY — The University of Iowa athletics department plans to spend as much as $45 million to renovate the north stands in Kinnick ... »

Iowa projects $3 million drop in football income
IOWA CITY — Iowa projects a decrease of nearly $3 million in football-related income for fiscal year 2016 because of slow ticket sales, accordi ... »
No. 30 — QB Tyler Wiegers
No. 30 . . . And all of the sudden, Iowa quarterback is, basically, junior C.J. Beathard and redshirt freshman Tyler Wiegers. Yes, yes, incoming fresh ... »
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Remembering ‘Herk’

CEDAR RAPIDS — The name Herkelman cannot be spoken at Kennedy High School without heads being turned or stories being shared.

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Top-seeded Cascade looks for first state win
DES MOINES — Cascade baseball players studied a little history.Maybe it was so they could avoid repeating it.Cascade has made three previous st ... »
4 Cascade players on All-RVC elite baseball team
State baseball tournament-bound Cascade placed four players on the All-River Valley Conference’s Elite Team, it has been announced.The Cougars, ... »
Monday, July 20, 2015
Foreign trip gives ISU players a chance to bond with Prohm

AMES — Getting the chance to take Iowa State on a foreign trip in his first season on the job is something coach Steve Prohm relishes.


ISU’s Morris staying aggressive after being cut from tryouts for Pan-Am Games
WEST DES MOINES — Missing out on playing for Team USA in the Pan-American Games wasn’t easy to stomach, but Monte Morris knows about wha ... »
Ashton finds fit in move from Kirkwood to Iowa State
WEST DES MOINES — Jordan Ashton had plenty of options. The trick was really just about finding a fit.A first-team All-American sophomore season ... »
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
40 writers agree, Chryst will shine among first-year B1G coaches

The Big Ten West has become the butt of jokes on the Twitter dot com and a few other internetly places. Think of the league as a teeter-tott ... »

Monday, July 27, 2015
B1G preseason poll: OSU’s Bosa is a no-brainer

Joey JJ Bosa Watt was voted the Big Ten’s preseason defensive player of the year in the poll released Monday.

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B1G preseason poll: ‘Qhio State QBs’ finished sixth
No one really knows yet who Ohio State’s quarterback will be. There are reports that it won’t be Braxton Miller, the two-time Big Ten Si ... »
Spaw, Fleck still getting it done
Finding perspective at the racetrack can often be a challenge.Racers are most often wired to have a singular focus on winning, with the long term push ... »
Attorney: Ex-field hockey coach plans to sue UI
IOWA CITY — Former Iowa women’s field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum plans to file a lawsuit against the University of Iowa nearly a year ... »
Ohio State is the B1G’s 800-pound gorilla
The Ohio State Buckeyes were the unanimous selection to repeat as Big Ten champions in a poll released Monday by fifth annual Big Te ... »
No. 31 — DT Faith Ekakitie
No. 31 . . . You get trucking along in a football season and you mostly watch the ball. You lose track of some things. Last season, Iowa had two NFL-c ... »
Dolan edges Cooney in furious final laps at Benton County Speedway
VINTON — The opening laps of the IMCA Late Model Sunday Series A-main event at Benton County Speedway didn’t exactly instill a ton of co ... »
Soon-to-be bridegroom Kuresa with walk-off hit for Kernels
CEDAR RAPIDS — Coming to bat with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning against a fellow lefty who’s throwing 95 miles per ... »
A few tough public moments for Iowa athletics
IOWA CITY — No high-profile business is immune from public blunders, and Iowa athletics has had its share during Athletics Director Gary Barta& ... »