Hawkeyes

No. 24 — DT Darian Cooper

No. 24 ... Going into the 2013, big things were expected from the defensive line, and junior Darian Cooper was expected to play a role in that. And he did just that, but it wasn’t the role that was [...]

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No. 25 — DE Nate Meier and mystery depth

No. 25 ... Nate Meier (6-2, 244) comes into his junior year with his goal set on becoming more of a full-service defensive end. Last season, he was used in third-down situations and recorded two sacks and a couple of quarterback hurries. It [...]

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No. 26 — CB Maurice Fleming

No. 26 ... If you look at some of the recent rises of Iowa football players, Maurice Fleming’s seems to have the steepest trajectory. Last season, Fleming didn’t play in five of Iowa’ [...]

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Five Iowa schools land players on NABC Honors Court

Five state men’s basketball programs landed players on the National Association of Basketball Coaches 2013-14 Honors Court, the organization announced Monday.

The criteria includes players who are either a junior or senior academicall [...]

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No. 27 — CB Sean Draper

No. 27 ... Right now, junior cornerback Sean Draper (6-0, 190) is known for a rather unfortunate couple of series against Michigan State last fall. Iowa was down to three corners and needed to play some n [...]

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Bowlsby describes doomsday scenario for men’s programs

Legal issues facing collegiate athletics could trigger a doomsday scenario for many men’s sports programs, Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby told reporters Monday at Big 12 media days in Dallas, Texas.

Bowlsby, the former Iowa athletics [...]

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No. 28 — The No. 3 OT

No. 28 ... Depth on the offensive line will be the ongoing saga for the 2014 Hawkeyes. You heard coach Kirk Ferentz say this spring that, yes, the Iowa staff wanted to bring in speed and, yes, Iowa borrow [...]

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No. 29 — WR Derrick Willies

No. 29 ... Iowa made two public appearances this spring. There’s no denying redshirt freshman Derrick Willies (6-4, 210) had the flashiest showing among the wide receivers.

In the Des Moines [...]

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No. 29 — WR Derrick Willies

No. 29 ... Iowa made two public appearances this spring. There’s no denying redshirt freshman Derrick Willies (6-4, 210) had the flashiest showing among the wide receivers.

In the Des Moines [...]

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Stokes to play for Fairleigh Dickinson next year

IOWA CITY — Former Iowa player Darius Stokes will compete for Fairleigh Dickinson next year as a graduate student, the school announced today.

Stokes, a Linn-Mar graduate and son of Iowa’s No. 3 all-time scorer Greg Stokes, was [...]

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Bielema touts A.J. Derby, Kirk Ferentz

IOWA CITY — Former Iowa player and Arkansas Coach Bret Bielema said former Iowa player A.J. Derby has a chance to become one of the Southeastern Conference’s success stories this season.

Derby, who spent two seasons at Iowa, s [...]

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Video Sessions — July 4 takes on a higher meaning

Video No. 1 — Iowa outside linebacker Travis Perry’s dad, Russ, is a member of the National Guard. He was deployed to [...]

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Wallace’s job No. 1 is recruiting

IOWA CITY — Yes, Seth Wallace was hired at the University of Iowa to coach football. He knows he will be doing something with the defense. But he definitely knows the real reason he was hired.

The first part of his title is &#x [...]

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No. 30 — RB Damon Bullock

No. 30 ... The crazy career of running back Damon Bullock (6-0, 205) concludes this season. It seems like just yesterday that the Texas native surprised most Iowa observers when he appeared in the 2011 op [...]

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Video Sessions — Wallace’s No. 1 job? It’s recruiting

Video No. 1 — I asked about 7 on 7. Junior quarterback Jake Rudock said they do actually have seven players on each side. I asked if he threw the ball in the air [...]

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