IOWA CITY, Ia. — Hawkeye columnist Rick Brown provides the five biggest talking points from Iowa football media day on Monday: Depth at running back: The core of the running game rests in backs Mark Weisman, Jordan Canzeri, Damon Bullock and LeShun Daniels. “We have four guys we can put in a game and have confidence in,” […]
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IOWA CITY, Ia. – Ray Hamilton had plenty of offers to play college football. UCLA, Florida State, Iowa, and North Carolina were his finalists. In July of 2010, the tight end and senior-to-be from Strongsville, Ohio, made up his mind. The first person he told was one of his best friends, Aaron White. “We were […]
IOWA CITY, Ia. — Kevonte Martin-Manley is Iowa’s most experienced wide receiver, a position that needs to take a step up. But it’s clear that Iowa’s passing game will be stretched beyond the wide receiver position, to tight ends and running backs. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said he’d be comfortable playing any of his five tight […]
ANN ARBOR, MICH. — Iowa didn’t change its game plan or scheme any different. But tight ends ended up with 11 catches on Saturday, led by junior C.J. Fiedorowicz with a career-high eight catches for 99 yards. It was the most catches for an Iowa tight end since Scott Slutzker caught 8 for 165 against […]
Iowa City, Ia. — Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz said he would have made the same Micah Hyde decision even if Iowa’s next opponent was obviously inferior – not a Michigan State outfit some picked to win the Big Ten Conference’s Legends Division. “If you go back and research 13-plus years, I think we’ve been […]
Micah Hyde remained on the Iowa football depth chart following Saturday’s 1:34 a.m. alcohol-related arrest. The senior was listed as the Hawkeyes’ starting cornerback and punt returner for Saturday’s 11 a.m. game at Michigan State, a team some pre-season predictions labeled the favorite in the Big Ten Conference’s Legends Division. The weekly depth chart was […]
Starting cornerback and captain Micah Hyde among the Hawkeyes in trouble during bye week.
The three amigos for the Hawkeyes are three second-year tight ends — sophomore Ray Hamilton and redshirt freshmen Jake Duzey and Henry Krieger-Coble — who are helping reshape the Iowa offense.
New offensive coordinator Greg Davis has never seen a tight end like C.J. Fiedorowicz.