Iowa and Michigan will meet on the football field this fall for the first time since 2013, with that contest being played in prime time (7 p.m. CT) in Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 12. The selection of the game was announced today by ESPN, which will broadcast the contest to a national audience on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.
University of Iowa senior offensive lineman Austin Blythe was selected by Indianapolis in the seventh round of Saturday’s NFL Draft. Blythe was the 248th player picked overall.
University of Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz announced the appointment of Broderick Binns as director of player development and Tyler Barnes as director of recruiting. Both assignments are effective immediately.
Cole Fisher, Jordan Lomax and Drew Ott, senior members of the 2015 University of Iowa football team, have been named to the National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society.
Alexander Graham Bell is credited with saying “When one door closes, another door opens.” It could also be attributed to Kelvin Bell, recruiting coordinator and assistant defensive line coach for University of Iowa ...
One of the feel-good stories this spring for University of Iowa football is Jay Scheel, who for once in his career feels good.
The UI Athletics Department will open the gates to historic Kinnick Stadium on a Saturday night in June once again this summer, but it won’t be for a football game. Instead fans will be invited to throw a blanket on the artificial turf and enjoy a movie on the biggest screen in the state of Iowa.