Rob Howe’s Articles
Newly Offered IL RB Kelly-Martin Views Iowa as Great Fit
Ivory Kelly-Martin rushed for more than 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a junior. The Hawkeyes liked what they saw in the Illinois RB and offered him a scholarship on Sunday during a visit. He liked what he saw and heard at Iowa, and believes it’s a place at which he could thrive.
Koehn Rips Off 4.6, 40, Leaves Extra-Point Woes in Past
Marshall Koehn grabbed national headlines late last month when he ripped off a 4.6-second, 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. The former Hawkeye kicker spoke with HN about the feat, his NFL hopes, his time at Iowa and correcting flaws on his extra points.
HN TV: McCaffery, Hawkeye Starters Preview B1G Tourney
The Iowa Hawkeyes were preparing Tuesday for the Big Ten Tournament to be contested later this week in Indianapolis. Coach Fran McCaffery and his starters took time out to speak with the media and you can see what they had to say in these HN TV video interviews.
Goodwin Adds Iowa Football Offer to Go with One from Hawkeye Hoops
It’s not often that a high school athlete can claim scholarship offers from Iowa in football and basketball. It makes Illinois standout Jordan Goodwin unique following an opportunity from Hawkeye football Sunday. He talked to HN about both coaches and how he feels about the programs.
Hawkeyes Send Four Wrestlers to B1G Finals
Host Iowa sent four wrestlers to the Big Ten Championship finals on Saturday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Cory Clark (133 pounds), Brandon Sorensen (149), Sammy Brooks (184) and Nathan Burak (197) will compete for conference titles back here on Sunday afternoon.
Howe: Positive Attitude Admirable But Hawkeyes Now Need Results
Tuesday, following their fourth loss in a row, Iowa Head Coach Fran McCaffery and his players remained positive about progress. It’s an admirable approach and the right on, writes HN Columnist Rob Howe, but now steps forward must translate into results.
Hawkeyes Sit in Top 3 for Missouri 4-Star WR McQuitty
Iowa plays host to a large contingent of football prospects at Sunday’s Junior Day. Missouri Wide Receiver Jaevon McQuitty is expected to be one of the top targets expected attending the event. He told HN that he has the Hawkeyes high on his list.