Iowa has seen some fantastic quarterbacks under Kirk Ferentz’s watch, but one player stood above the rest as the clear choice for the top spot.
Despite heightened expectations midway through the season, Iowa football appears to be exactly what we thought it would be. And that’s a disappointment.
It wasn’t always pretty, but Iowa came away with the win and for the fourth year in a row, the Hawkeyes will keep the Cy-Hawk Trophy.
Kirk Ferentz is now the winning-est In Iowa football history. What does that mean for the rest of this season?
This fall will mark the 25th season for the Nittany Lions in the Big Ten. To celebrate that milestone, we’re taking a look at the past 25 years; today we enter the true dark years, but emerge with...