Hail Mary? On Nov. 14, 1987, it became known as Hartlieb to Cook. In the playbook it was known as “Lion 75 Y Trail.” Fourth down, 23 yards to go from the Ohio State 28 with less than a minute remaining. And trailing Ohio State, 27-22. In Ohio Stadium, where Iowa hadn’t won since 1959. […]
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One snapshot does not define a career. Keep that in mind when Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock throws his first pass Saturday against Missouri State at Kinnick Stadium.
IOWA CITY, Ia. – Kirk Ferentz was Iowa’s offensive line coach in 1987 when he learned a valuable lesson he’ll lean on this fall. Dan McGwire, Tom Poholsky and Chuck Hartlieb were locked in a three-man battle for Iowa’s starting quarterback position. “The only thing I was sure of at that point was Hartlieb was […]
The icons of Iowa football share your curiosity. More than 50 years have passed since Randy Duncan played quarterback for his alma mater, but even in the age of Twitter, taking a snap for the Hawkeyes means seizing the heartstrings of everyone who bleeds black and gold. That’s why Duncan expressed empathy for whoever emerges […]
Here’s our picks for the five greatest receptions in Iowa football history.
You have to go all the way back to 1987 to the last time the Hawkeyes won in the West.
Statistically speaking, Ricky Stanzi ranks among the best quarterbacks in Iowa football history. But what will Hawkeye fans and national pundits say once Stanzi has authored the final season of his college career? “My thing with Rick is, he’s almost become the face of the program,” ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit said. “Now, it’s a matter […]