Morning practice is new to the University of Iowa football program, but it is not unique among the Hawkeyes’ Big Ten Conference peers.
Thirteen boys and girls who were once patients at the UI Children's Hospital will be celebrated as "Kid Captains" during the 2015 football season for the Iowa Hawkeyes.
For a 23-year-old college student, there are already plenty of dates that stick out in the life of Austin Blythe.
The facilities and the starting quarterback are new, but University of Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz delivered a familiar message Thursday during the opening session of 2015 Big Ten Media Days.
University of Iowa senior defensive end Drew Ott has been named to the 2015 football preseason Big Ten Players to Watch List. The announcement was made by the Big Ten Conference on Thursday.
Drew Ott didn’t sleep well before his first collegiate football game as a true freshman in 2012. Add three years and 40 pounds, and now his opponents are tossing and turning the night before kickoff.
The University of Iowa is proposing significant new improvements to its athletics facilities complex. The plan calls for renovating the north stands at Kinnick Stadium, the addition of a west-campus residence hall to better serve student-athletes, and several other projects that will have a significant impact on all of the UI’s sports programs.