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Hawks expect another battle with UNI Video included

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Five years ago, it took a pair of blocked field goals for the Hawkeyes to escape the Panthers. Two years ago in another competitive game Iowa needed 3 Mark Weisman touchdowns to pull out an 11 point win. Now with the Panthers at full strength Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz knows his team's in for another battle. “When these guys are healthy and ready to go, they're going to be a challenging opponent,” said Ferentz, “and we'd better be at our best, I know that.” The Hawkeyes expect some big things as... More>>

Experienced Hawkeyes full of optimism

Iowa's biggest concern could be at kicker. And punter. More>>

U. Iowa president stands by firing of hockey coach

University of Iowa President Sally Mason says she stands by the controversial firing of women's field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum. More>>

Jewell set to contribute for the Hawkeyes

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Josey Jewell is ready for his shot in Iowa City.The former Decorah stand-out sits #2 at outside linebacker, but ran some snaps in Saturday's scrimmage with the Hawkeyes' first unit. So far, he's impressed a lot of people, including senior linebacker Quinton Alston."He's very aggressive as you can see," said Alston, "He's just playing fast. That's what I love about Josey."For most spots in the linebacking corps, competition seems to be open following the graduation of 3 all Big 10 linebackers ... More>>

Stone fighting for time at Iowa

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No matter what uniform he's wearing, Iowa receiver Andrew Stone keeps on fighting.Stone began his high school career as a receiver at N.U. High School, helping to lead that program to a pair of playoff appearances. When the Little Panthers' program disbanded, Stone suited up and grabbed 11 touchdowns for the Tigers.After high school, he spent 2 years at Iowa Western, helping the Reivers to a national championship. He left as the school's all-time leading receiver, but still had few division o... More>>

Iowa basketball's Josh Oglesby arrested for public intoxication

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Police in Iowa Cityarrested Hawkeye senior guard Josh Oglesby early Saturday morning. Oglesby was charged with public intoxication according to a release sent our by the University.“I was made aware of the incident involving Josh this morning," said coach Fran McCaffery in a statement, "I will collect all the facts when I return to Iowa City. Once fully informed of the situation, I will visit with Josh and we will operate in accordance with the rules and regulations of our student-athlete Cod... More>>

Hawkeyes poised for revival in 2014

Most coaches only get one chance to turn around a program. More>>

Hawkeyes' Spearman ready to fill big shoes

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A season ago, Iowa featured one of the most talented, experience linebacking corps in the Big Ten. This year features a bit more youth.The trio of James Morris, Anthony Hitchens, and Christian Kirksey have all moved on to NFL camps. That's made way for a new starting 3 in senior Quinton Alston, junior Travis Perry, and sophomore Reggie Spearman.Spearman, who turns 18 on Sunday, will be making his first significant contributions on defense, after spending most of his true freshman year on the ... More>>

Iowa Hawkeyes to face Texas at Madison Square Garden Nov. 20

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Iowa will face Texas in New York's Madison Square Garden on Nov. 20. More>>

Hawkeyes' Mike Gesell scores 14 in USA loss to Estonia

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The University of Iowa's Mike Gesell scored 14 points for USA East Coast in a losing effort against Estonia. More>>

Iowa's Gesell helps US to second victory in Estonia

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Hawkeye junior Mike Gesell helped lead USA East Coast to a 2-0 record with a 90-83 win over the Austrian National Team on Tuesday. More>>

Pair of Hawkeyes help lead Team USA to overseas win

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Mike Gesell and Adam Woodbury, juniors at the University of Iowa, helped the USA East Coast basketball team claim a victory in Estonia on Monday. More>>

Six Hawkeye swimmers headed to national championships

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Six Hawkeye swimmers are heading to Irvine, California to compete in the 2014 Phillips 66 National Championships August 6-10. More>>

Hawkeye football hosts annual media day Video included

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When you look at this Iowa football team, you've got one of the most experienced offensive backfields coming back in the Big Ten. More>>

U of I releases field hockey coach

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University of Iowa of Athletic Director Gary Barta has terminated the contract of head field hockey coach Tracey Griesbaum. More>>

UI tuition give-away revamped

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With approval from the Johnson County Attorney and the Iowa Attorney General's Office, the University of Iowa Athletics Department has revamped their tuition give-away program. More>>

UPDATE: Hawkeyes suspend free tuition raffle over legal concerns

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To get more students to buy, the university was trying to offer new incentives, ranging from Hy-Vee gift cards to free tuition. But it's that "free tuition" part that may pose problems for the athletic department -- and as of Wednesday evening, athletic officials weren't sure it was entirely legal. More>>

Former MLBer Jeff Clement to help coach Hawkeye baseball team

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Former Major League Baseball player Jeff Clement will be joining the University of Iowa baseball's team as a volunteer coach. More>>

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    Wednesday, August 27 2014 3:21 PM EDT2014-08-27 19:21:41 GMT
    A visit to Waterloo East's Football practice Tuesday found new Trojan head coach Richard Carter was putting his young team through a tough session.More >>
    A visit to Waterloo East's Football practice Tuesday found new Trojan head coach Richard Carter was putting his young team through a tough session.More >>
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    Barnstormers move from AFL to IFL

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    The Iowa Barnstormers have relegated themselves.More >>
  • UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    UNI Women's soccer opens season on Friday

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:28 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:28:42 GMT
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>
    The UNI Women's soccer team is coming off a disappointing 4 and 15 season marred by injuries and a lot of close losses. In fact the Panthers were either tied of had the lead in the second half of 15 of their 19 games last fall. Despite their efforts uni soccer has been picked to finish in last place in the conference this fall--but the Panthers did have one voter pick them to finish in first place.UNI head coach James Price said, "Well that would be me--but I do that every year--i am a little...More >>
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