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Tag: "rhabdomyolysis"

Spring football: 5 questions heading into the Hawkeyes 2014 season

[ 0 ] March 12, 2014

5 QUESTIONS WITH ANDREW LOGUE 1. Are the Hawkeyes hitting the road this spring? Coach Kirk Ferentz has said he wants to hold another spring practice at Valley High School in West Des Moines, similar to last year’s open workout. It’s tentatively scheduled for the second week in April, but details are still being worked […]

Former Iowa player William Lowe files lawsuit over ‘rhabdo’ injuries

[ 0 ] March 11, 2014

LUKE MEREDITH, Associated Press RYAN J. FOLEY, Associated Press IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — One of 13 University of Iowa football players who were hospitalized after a high-intensity workout three years ago says his injuries were preventable but caused lasting harm, outlining his claims in the first lawsuit to stem from the incident. Former Hawkeyes […]

Regents receive follow up rhabdo report

[ 0 ] August 31, 2011

The University of Iowa has submitted a six-month follow-up report on the rhabdo incident.

Harty: Kasper a big believer in Chris Doyle

[ 3 ] April 12, 2011

Kevin Kasper said the rhabdomyolysis cases this winter don’t deter from Chris Doyle’s excellence.

Willie Lowe family member says he may remain on team

[ 9 ] April 6, 2011

As one player hospitalized in January with a workout-related condition explores whether to remain with the Iowa football program, a university official said no other impacted players have requested transfers. Willie Lowe, a senior-to-be defensive back from Cleveland, will weigh other opportunities to finish his college career, then most likely end up where he started, […]

Shaun Prater talks publically about his Rhabdo case

[ 4 ] March 30, 2011

Iowa City, Ia. — Life is good again for Iowa cornerback Shaun Prater. The first extended hospital stay of his life is over. What Rhabdomyolysis? “I can tell you that it wasn’t fun being over there in the hospital, just laying there having your blood drawn every morning, watching TV and basically doing nothing,” Prater […]

Darboh sees more good in Iowa than bad

[ 2 ] March 29, 2011

Receiving recruit Amara Darboh isn’t bothered by the rhabdomyolysis outbreak at Iowa.

Iowa staff misused exercise that led to rhabdo, experts say

[ 9 ] March 28, 2011

National association says the weightlifting program that led to rhabdo was too strenuous.

Iowa rhabdo cases a wake-up call, committee says

[ 0 ] March 23, 2011

Will the Iowa rhabdo case familiarize others with the condition?

Harty: No bad intentions in rhabdo-gate

[ 3 ] March 23, 2011

If we’ve learned anything about the rhabdo ordeal and the investigation that came after, it’s that some things happen without explanation. I would’ve been shocked if the five-person committee had found a specific cause for why 13 Iowa football players were hospitalized with the rare muscle disorder rhabdomyolysis in January. We’ll probably never know the […]