Iowa Rumors & News

  • Texas Tech lands versatile Iowa grad transfer Derrick Mitchell

    Scout "Former Iowa running back Derrick Mitchell announced via social media Saturday that he is transferring to Texas Tech after graduating this semester. As a grad transfer, the 6-foot-1, 230 pounder will be eligible to play for the Red Raiders in the fall. Mitchell tallied 27 carries for 174 yards..." May 13

  • Iowa's Jerminic Smith leaves program

    Land of 10 "Iowa wide receiver Jerminic Smith will no longer be a Hawkeye. Per a release from Iowa athletics, Smith and the football program have mutually agreed to part ways. The sophomore wide receiver started nine games for the Hawkeyes in the 2016 season, and caught 23 passes for 314 yards, two scores..." May 13

  • Iowa's Brandon Snyder out indefinitely after suffering torn ACL

    Land of 10 "Before the Iowa Hawkeyes took the field for their open practice on Friday night, head coach Kirk Ferentz announced some pretty unfortunate injury news. Starting safety Brandon Snyder tore his ACL on Thursday during practice and is out indefinitely. Ferentz said he could miss the entire 2017..." April 08

  • Brian Ferentz named Iowa's offensive coordinator

    The Gazette "There are niceties that need to be said. Brian Ferentz is an Iowa City kid, more so than anywhere else. He’s a Hawkeye, from three years as a starting O-lineman and now five seasons as offensive line coach, a position his father, Kirk, held for nine seasons before a stint with the NFL and now..." January 09

  • Gardner helps No. 17 Florida rout Iowa in Outback Bowl

    The Sports Xchange "TAMPA, Fla. -- No. 17 Florida has been burned by second-half comebacks on occasion this season, but defensive back Chauncey Gardner decided to take matters into his hands. Gardner, a freshman cornerback, had two interceptions and returned one for a 58-yard touchdown to lead the Gators to a..." January 02

  • Matt VandeBerg gets approval for Hawkeye return

    Hawk Central "Just in time for Christmas, Matt VandeBerg’s wish for a fifth year at Iowa has come true. The wide receiver’s medical-hardship waiver has been approved by the Big Ten Conference, clearing his path to play for the 2017 Hawkeyes, the university confirmed. VandeBerg was Iowa’s leading receiver..." December 21

  • Iowa strength coach is highest paid and set to make more

    USA Today "With a $625,000 base salary this season, Iowa’s Chris Doyle already is college football’s highest-paid public-school strength coach by $100,000 over the second-highest paid: Alabama’s Scott Cochran. However, it is also already almost certain that Doyle will be making even more next..." December 08

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