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Football | 10/14/2014

Lomax Returns to Maryland

Football | 10/14/2014

Hawkeyes in the NFL: Week 6 Recap

Football | 10/14/2014

Kaeding's Next Plays

Football | 10/13/2014

Ferentz Live Tuesday

Football | 10/13/2014

Memorable 1st Interception for King

Football | 10/13/2014

Game Notes: Iowa at Maryland

Sunday Conversation with Coach Ferentz

A crowd of 48,373 filled Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium on Saturday and they weren't all celebrating Homecoming for the University of Maryland.

Ott Strikes Quickly, Weisman Climbs Chart

You can't be much quicker to the highlight reel than Drew Ott was Saturday against Maryland at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.

Iowa Falls in 1st Trip to College Park

The University of Iowa football team scored the final 10 points, but it wasn't enough in a 38-31 road loss at Maryland on Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Bryd Stadium.

Kid Captain: Marijka Michmershuizen

Marijka Michmershuizen loves to swim, ride her bike, and play with her younger sisters Metje, Mariel, and Miriam. But this giggling 11-year-old has been through more than most adults.

Brian Ferentz Sees Offensive Line Improvement

The University of Iowa football team (5-1, 2-0) practiced in Kinnick Stadium Thursday preparing for this weekend's road contest at Maryland (4-2, 1-1).

Tommy Gaul is Iowa's "Next Man In"

The University of Iowa football team has long used the "next man in" mantra as part of its success formula. When a Hawkeye player hits an obstacle and isn't able to perform, a teammate has always been called upon to step in...

Let's Go Play

University of Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz sees a parallel between the Hawkeyes first road game at Pittsburgh and Saturday's first-ever Big Ten road test at Maryland.

    FB: Ferentz Sunday Night Conversation, October 19th
    FB: Iowa at Maryland Highlights and Reaction
    Brian Ferentz Talks O Line
    Player Profile: Tommy Gaul
    Kirk Ferentz Weekly Media Event
    Iowa Makes First Trip Ever to Maryland