Bob Rahfeldt Bio - Hawkeye Sports Official Athletic Site
Football hawkeyesports.com

Bob Rahfeldt
Bob Rahfeldt

Position:
Video Coordinator

Experience:
16th year at Iowa

Alma Mater:
University of Iowa, 1998

04/10/2013

Woods and White Press Conference Transcript

Assistant coaches LeVar Woods and Chris White meet with the media

07/23/2012

Hawk Talk Daily: Random Thoughts

Zach, Mike, LeVar and a little more

Bob Rahfeldt is in his 16th season with the University of Iowa football program. He was a student assistant in the video department in 1997 and 1998 and became assistant video coordinator in 1999.

His main duties include the breakdown of football practices and games, as well as the weekly video scouting preparation throughout the football season. In addition, Bob produces highlight tapes for players entering the NFL, instructional tapes for coaches, and motivational hit films that the football team views before each game.

Along with his football responsibilities, Rahfeldt also assists in the University of Iowa athletics video production department. His knowledge of various video editing systems and motion graphics programs led to his involvement in the creation of graphics and video segments for both "Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz" and "Iowa Basketball with Fran McCaffery", as well as the Daktronics video boards installed as part of the Kinnick Stadium renovation.

In addition, he produces season highlight videos for the Iowa wrestling and baseball teams, as well as videos and DVD's for the Roy G. Karro Athletics Hall of Fame. He also played a key role in the conversion of the current video library from tape to the digital format of DVD.

Rahfeldt graduated from the University of Iowa in 1998 with a B.A. in Communication Studies. While at Iowa, he gained valuable experience working in the Iowa football video department, as well as an internship at WHO-TV in Des Moines, Iowa.

Bob was born February 2, 1976 in Ames, Iowa and attended Gilbert High School. He resides in North Liberty.

Twitter
  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago