HN TV: Iowa Football Players Happy Voices Are Being Heard

June 12, 2020

Written by Rob Howe

Hawkeye Nation

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Friday, current Iowa players spoke for the first time since charges from alums of the program charged it with racial inequalities last week. Senior Keith Duncan, junior Ivory Kelly-Martin and sophomore Kaevon Merriweather shared their feelings and answered questions from the gathered media at the outdoor practice field.

Watch what they had to say in this HN TV video:

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