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CHAT: Talk Hawkeye football with Rick Brown

[ 0 ] October 1, 2014

Send your questions to Hawkeyes columnist Rick Brown starting at noon, as he’ll join you on Wednesdays throughout the season to talk Iowa football and what’s going on this open week. There might be a quarterback situation you’re still curious about. Let’s see. Live Blog Hawkeye football chat with Rick Brown 

LIVE: Iowa at Purdue game thread

[ 0 ] September 27, 2014

Welcome to HawkCentral’s live gameday center for Iowa football! Follow along as you watch the game, with live updates from Danny Lawhon, beginning a half-hour before Saturday’s 11 a.m. kickoff; analysis and news from Rick Brown and Andrew Logue at Ross-Ade Stadium; and top comments and social media posts from your fellow fans as the […]

CHAT: Talk Hawkeye football with Rick Brown

[ 0 ] September 24, 2014

Send your questions to Hawkeyes columnist Rick Brown starting at noon, as he’ll join you on Wednesdays throughout the season to talk Iowa football and this week’s Big Ten Conference opener at Purdue. Live Blog Hawkeye football chat with Rick Brown 

Rick Brown’s breakdown of Iowa’s full 2014-15 hoops schedule

[ 0 ] August 21, 2014

Iowa’s men’s basketball team will start its 2014-15 Big Ten schedule in an unusual place. On the road. The Big Ten released its conference schedule Thursday, and the Hawkeyes get started Dec. 30 at Ohio State. This will be the first time in coach Fran McCaffery’s five seasons that Iowa has kicked off league play […]

Alvarez: On second thought, geography is the best way to split a growing Big Ten

[ 0 ] July 28, 2014

Chicago – Upon further review, Wisconsin Athletics Director Barry Alvarez believes that geography is the best way to divide the Big Ten Conference. “I didn’t (feel that way) a few years ago,” Alvarez said Monday at the annual Big Ten football meetings “We said competitive equality (was the best way) and I went along with […]

Is Gary Barta’s Iowa football outlook as sunny as yours?

[ 0 ] July 25, 2014

A reversal in record led some Iowa football fans to flip their outlook. A year ago, the Hawkeyes were coming off a 4-8 fall. In 2013, they went 8-4 during the regular season. And Friday, Iowa was picked to finish second in the Big Ten’s West Division, according to a media poll conducted by the […]

Andrew Logue: Better football fixes exist than fine-tuning Big Ten slate

[ 0 ] May 26, 2014

Don’t be fooled by numbers. The debate over conference scheduling may be intriguing, but it’s just a diversion from other inconsistencies plaguing college football. It doesn’t matter whether the Big Ten plays eight, nine or 10 league games, if the schedule-makers don’t rearrange their priorities. “We didn’t go to nine games for one reason,” Big […]

Iowa baseball qualifies for Big Ten tournament for first time since 2010

[ 0 ] May 15, 2014

FROM UNIVERSITY OF IOWA SPORTS INFORMATION WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The University of Iowa cruised to a 10-3 series-opening victory at Purdue on Thursday night at Alexander Field to clinch a berth in next week’s Big Ten Tournament in Omaha. A home sweep would have given the Boilermakers a spot next week in Omaha, but the […]

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 […]

Barta: Cy-Hawk football showdown safe

[ 0 ] May 14, 2014

CHICAGO – With the Big Ten Conference moving to a nine-game conference football schedule, Iowa athletic director Gary Barta reiterated Wednesday that it wouldn’t affect the Hawkeyes’ annual game against Iowa State. Barta explained his scheduling philosophy at the Big Ten Conference spring meetings in Chicago. “I’ll keep playing Iowa State, and now, the ninth […]