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Tag: "Orange Bowl"

Iowa’s fourth-best football win of the past 50 years

[ 0 ] August 26, 2014

Georgia Tech’s offense had been unstoppable, averaging 307.2 rushing yards and running all the way to the school’s first Orange Bowl game in 43 years. But the ninth-ranked Yellow Jackets were about to run into No. 10 Iowa and defensive coordinator Norm Parker. Iowa’s 24-14 Orange Bowl victory on Jan. 5, 2010, was the program’s […]

Big Ten: Chance for 25th win in 2 years fueling Ohio State

[ 0 ] January 2, 2014

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Ohio State offensive lineman Corey Linsley needed about a week to get over the disappointment. Given the stakes, that sounds fair. If a play or two had been executed a bit better, then maybe Ohio State would have beaten Michigan State for the Big Ten title — and […]

Coming Sunday: Looking back at Iowa football’s most prosperous pro crop

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013

This summer marks the 10th anniversary of an unprecedented influx of Iowa Hawkeyes to the National Football League. Seventeen players from the 2002 football team that went undefeated in the Big Ten and went to the Orange Bowl were drafted into the NFL, a pipeline that flourished under coach Kirk Ferentz. “It’s hard to kind […]

Iowa’s bowl results and highlights through the years

[ 0 ] December 25, 2011

JAN. 1, 1957 ROSE BOWL Iowa 35, Oregon State 19 Pasadena, Calif. — Kenny Ploen was the game’s MVP. === JAN. 1, 1959 ROSE BOWL Iowa 38, California 12 Pasadena, Calif. — Bob Jeter’s 194 rushing yards were just part of Iowa’s bowl-record 516 yards. === JAN. 1, 1982 ROSE BOWL Washington 28, Iowa 0 […]

Hawkeyes and bowls through the years

[ 1 ] December 26, 2010

The 2011 Insight Bowl represents the 26th bowl appearance for the Iowa football team. Here’s a look back at some of the other bowl games.

Iowa football: Some Hawkeye fans lack excitement for bowl choices

[ 6 ] December 4, 2010

Iowa fans likely will be more subdued and travel less this bowl season.

A look at the Nebraska effect on the Big Ten

[ 0 ] August 22, 2010

Say farewell to the Big Eleven. OK, the conference never actually changed its name — and commissioner Jim Delany stated this month it will continue to be called the Big Ten — but when Nebraska joins next season, it will mark the end of an era. “I’m sure there are going to be some traditional […]

Hawkeyes ranked No. 9 in AP preseason poll

[ 1 ] August 21, 2010

On Saturday, the Iowa football team made its 22nd appearance in the Associated Press preseason poll — landing in the top 10 for the first time since 1988. Unfortunately, for those trying to gauge how the ninth-ranked Hawkeyes will fare this fall, the previous 21 appearances brought mixed results. “Right now, it doesn’t matter,” defensive […]

Iowa football: Kicking competition between Daniel Murray, Trent Mossbrucker, Mike Meyer

[ 0 ] August 18, 2010

Iowa City, Ia. — Daniel Murray secured his place in Iowa football lore on a chilly autumn night two years ago. Now the senior kicker spends sultry summer days trying to maintain his status as a starter. “It’s just the nature of the beast,” Murray said. “You get used to it a little bit. You’ve […]

Media day: Iowa has triple option at tailback

[ 0 ] August 7, 2010

Iowa City, Ia. — Jewel Hampton still has a knack for making defenders do a double-take. Just ask Adrian Clayborn, the senior defensive end who led Iowa’s football team last fall with 20 tackles for loss. “He’s shifty. He’s strong. And he’s powerful,” Clayborn said during Friday’s annual media gathering. “He has all of it.” […]