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For as long as he can remember, Drew Cook has wanted to be an Iowa football player. His goal was to earn a scholarship, partly so he could follow in his father's footsteps, but also because he loves being a Hawkeye as a life-long Iowa City resident.
Given his track record, it's fair to say that Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz is better at developing star offensive tackles than he is at signing them. There have been a few exceptions, such as Bryan Bulaga, who turned down a long list of elite
West Des Moines Dowling Catholic quarterback Ryan Boyle has traveled to Iowa City on numerous occasions, but his trip Wednesday brought with it a special reward...He sat us down and we had a little small talk and then he was like, You know I'd like
As the head football coach at Georgia Tech, Paul Johnson has come a long way in life. A person doesn't climb that high in his or her profession without having intelligence, compassion and an ability to relate to people from all walks of life. Johnson
Just because signing day has come and gone doesn't mean the same for this weekly recruiting column. With Iowa's 2014 recruiting class now official, it's time to look closer at the 2015 class and at a trend that ultimately could help land four-star
Louis, Mo., tweeted that he signed a letter of intent to join the Iowa football program today. He was unable to sign Wednesday because he was snowed in at a religious retreat. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, who didn't mention Smith by name Wednesday, said
The 6-foot-4, 310-pound elite all-state selection signed his national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes Wednesday morning. It's kind of a celebration to finally be a part of their team officially, Render said. Render plans to redshirt his freshman
Scheel, a football standout for Union Community High School, verbally committed to Iowa more than a year ago, and was among 21 recruits to sign a national letter of intent with the Hawkeyes today...Jay Scheel is pictured with Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz
It was a solid year for Kirk Ferentz and company as the Iowa Hawkeyes doubled their wins from last season, going 8-5 (5-3 Big Ten) and finishing in second place in the Legends Division. None of the team'
If the purpose of a Junior Day is to inspire those who attend, Kirk Ferentz and his Iowa football coaching staff were successful Saturday. Nearly 30 prospects for the 2015 recruiting class from several Midwestern states withstood the wintry