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CHAT: Talk Hawkeye football with Andrew Logue

[ 0 ] October 29, 2014

Send your questions to Hawkeyes reporter Andrew Logue starting at noon, as he’ll join you today to talk Iowa football and how Iowa can triumph in a crucial home game Saturday against Northwestern. Live Blog Hawkeye football chat with Andrew Logue 

CHAT: Talk Hawkeye football with Andrew Logue

[ 0 ] October 15, 2014

Send your questions to Hawkeyes beat reporter Andrew Logue starting at noon, as he’ll join you this Wednesday to talk Iowa football and this week’s intriguing road game at Big Ten Conference newcomer Maryland. Live Blog Hawkeye football chat with Andrew Logue 

Andrew Logue: Props to Jim Delany, both a villain and a visionary

[ 0 ] May 14, 2014

CHICAGO – If you’re looking for a villain, Jim Delany is the guy. Just give him credit for being a visionary, as well. It’s easy to blame Delany, the Big Ten commissioner, for nudging us down a path of conference realignment, athlete unrest and possible Supreme Court rulings. The truth is, we were probably heading in […]

Andrew Logue: Nobody’s doing cartwheels, but Iowa has undoubtedly improved

[ 0 ] November 3, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. – It’s that time of year, when leaves rustle through the autumn wind and Big Ten football teams shuffle through the postseason pecking order. Of course, Iowa still needs to qualify. The Hawkeyes will take a 5-4 record into Saturday’s 11 a.m. date with Purdue, and a victory would make them bowl-eligible […]

Andrew Logue: Time to let young talent run loose

[ 0 ] October 27, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. – An infusion of freshman potential is circulating through the Iowa football roster. Desmond King locked down a starting spot at cornerback weeks ago. Reggie Spearman is getting more snaps at linebacker. And it’s looking like LeShun Daniels is capable of carrying a greater load at running back. “It’s not like (Daniels) […]

Hawk Central Huddle: Week Five

[ 0 ] September 25, 2013

The Register’s Andrew Logue and Rick Brown take a look back at the Hawkeyes’ blowout victory last Saturday against Western Michigan and preview Saturday’s Big Ten Conference opener at Minnesota:

Andrew Logue: Time is now for Hawkeye football to win back fans

[ 0 ] September 22, 2013

IOWA CITY, Ia. – When will you embrace the Iowa football team? Last week’s win over Iowa State felt like a reconciliation, easing some of the tension from a 4-8 finish in 2012 and mixed results against Northern Illinois and Missouri State. Saturday’s 59-3 rout of Western Michigan felt like a love-in. Plenty of backups […]

Notes: Don Shumpert’s drops, scouting ISU

[ 0 ] September 10, 2013

IOWA CITY – Dropped passes have made Don Shumpert a target of second-guessers. Tuesday, Iowa’s senior receiver addressed the media, and never flinched. “I’ve just got to concentrate more, make the makeable plays,” Shumpert said. “Just do what I do every day in practice, and take it over to the game.” This week’s game is […]

Andrew Logue: There’s much more to Northern Illinois than just Jordan Lynch

[ 0 ] August 25, 2013

  You’ve probably heard about Jordan Lynch. He throws (3,138 yards, 25 touchdowns in 2012). He runs (1,815 yards, 19 touchdowns). And he has a knack for seizing the moment (spearheading Northern Illinois’ run to the Mid-American Conference football title and a berth in the Orange Bowl). The Huskies’ athletic department has even launched a […]

Andrew Logue: Seven century marks the Hawkeyes need to avoid

[ 0 ] August 22, 2013

IOWA CITY – An ugly season is bound to produce even uglier numbers. For the Iowa football team in 2012, that meant ranking lower than No. 100 among the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision schools in seven key categories. If the Hawkeyes hope to rebound from a 4-8 mark, they’ll have to make statistical strides. A closer […]