Iowa Rumors & News

  • Iowa's Brandon Scherff Out 2-3 Weeks After Having Knee Surgery

    The Gazette "Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff is having surgery this morning, according to KCRG-TV. Scherff, a 6-5, 323-pound senior and preseason all-American, suffered a knee injury in the second quarter of the Hawkeyes’ 17-13 victory over Ball State last weekend. Scherff tried to chase down BSU..." September 09

  • Hawkeyes lose starting fullback to season-ending injury

    Hawk Central "Junior Macon Plewa is now the starting fullback for the Iowa football team, but his promotion comes at a heavy price. Plewa became the starter after fellow junior and close friend Adam Cox suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in practice this week." August 17

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Iowa WR Martin-Manley cited for disorderly house

    Hawk Central "Iowa football player Kevonte Martin-Manley was cited for disorderly house by Iowa City police early Saturday morning. Martin-Manley, 21, was ticketed following a complaint of a loud party. Police were called to 760 Sunset Street in Iowa City. The report states there were “people inside and..." June 17

  • Hawkeye football player arrested for OWI Friday night

    Iowa City Press-Citizen "A University of Iowa football player was arrested Friday night for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, according to a University of Iowa Police complaint. Dean Tsopanides, a 21-year-old junior defensive lineman from Torrington, Conn., was reportedly stopped at East Prentiss and South Linn..." June 16

  • Defensive back Nico Law to transfer from Hawkeyes

    Omaha World-Herald "Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed Wednesday that defensive back Nico Law will transfer from the Hawkeye football program. “Nico has decided to transfer from the University of Iowa and complete his athletic and academic careers elsewhere,” said Ferentz in a press release. " June 11

  • Iowa loses two players to transfer, one to injury

    College Football Talk "Iowa’s depth chart will have different — and thinner — look when summer camp rolls around in a couple of months. The Hawkeyes confirmed via a press release that running back Barkley Hill and wide receiver A.J. Jones have decided to transfer out of the football program. While it’s unclear to..." May 29

  • Former Hawkeye Tyler Sash tased after police chase

    CBSSports.com "Nothing good ever happens to college football players -- either current or former -- on scooters. The latest proof of this non-assailable theory comes to us thanks to former Iowa safety Tyler Sash. Sash was charged following a police chase on Saturday in Oskaloosa, Iowa. According to a..." May 14

  • LaTech lands transfer QB in Sokol

    101 Great Goals "Louisiana Tech's quarterback play left much to be desired last season, and while some of the issues fell on the offensive line, the Tech coaching staff has been looking for a transfer quarterback that could come in and help them right away. Enter, former Iowa Hawkeye Cody Sokol. Sokol signed..." March 14

  • Former Iowa CB William Lowe suing over 2011 workout injuries

    CBSSports.com "One of the 13 Iowa football players hospitalized in 2011 after an offseason workout has filed a lawsuit against the school. William Lowe, a reserve cornerback for the Hawkeyes, says the team was negligent in "developing and implementing a dangerous improper training program." He alleges that..." March 12

  • Former Iowa CB William Lowe suing over 2011 workout injuries

    CBSSports.com "One of the 13 Iowa football players hospitalized in 2011 after an offseason workout has filed a lawsuit against the school. William Lowe, a reserve cornerback for the Hawkeyes, says the team was negligent in "developing and implementing a dangerous improper training program." He alleges that..." March 11

  • Big Ten not keen on Friday night football

    Chicago Sun-Times "“Friday Night Lights” is not coming to the Big Ten any time soon. Social media was abuzz Thursday regarding various reports the Big Ten was looking into playing football games on Friday night. The Big Ten’s 10-year broadcast contract for regular-season games with ABC and ESPN is up in 2017...." March 01

  • Report: Hawkeye quarterback Cody Sokol looking to transfer

    Hawk Central "Cody Sokol, who was part of a three-man race for the starting quarterback position at Iowa this fall, is apparently looking for another place to finish his career. According to Hawkeye Report, Sokol has indicated that he would visit Louisiana Tech and Ball State. Sokol, who was born in Des..." February 28

  • Iowa’s failure to sign top offensive linemen is baffling

    Hawk Central "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 programs to play at Iowa where he became a star..." February 19

  • Signing day: Ranking the Big Ten

    Chicago Sun-Times "1. Ohio State The Buckeyes may have stubbed their toe in the Big Ten title game against Michigan State, but Urban Meyer hasn’t lost his recruiting touch. OSU has seven four-star players from Ohio in a 23-man class that also draws from the talent hotbeds of Florida and Texas. Locally, Meyer has..." February 06

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