Hawkeye Football

In this week’s Hawkeye football notebook, Akrum Wadley’s new plan after touchdowns, Brandon Snyder’s recovery, Bo Bower’s hair loss and more.

  1. Kirk Ferentz discusses Iowa’s upcoming game against Penn State and more in this transcript

  2. Iowa finds itself a heavy underdog Saturday when it plays host to No. 4 Penn State. It’s the type of position the Hawkeye relish.

  3. Akrum Wadley talked Tuesday about his injured ankle, his high-stepping penalty, playing Penn State and more in this HN TV video interview.

  4. Nate Stanley tries to improve his record to 3-0 as Iowa’s starting quarterback when the Hawkeyes play host to No. 4 Penn State on Saturday. The sophomore signal caller talks about the task in this HN TV video interview.

  5. Josey Jewell talked Tuesday about he and his Iowa teammates facing No. 4 Penn State Saturday in Kinnick Stadium. Watch what he had to say about the match-up in this HN TV video interview.

  6. Amani Hooker moved into Iowa’s starting free safety spot with his performance against North Texas last week. He’s set to make his first start against No. 4 Penn State. Watch how he’s approaching it in this HN TV video interview.

Iowa football was officially recognized as a team in 1889 — and they haven’t looked back since. The Iowa Hawkeyes quickly became the pride of Iowa City and by 1929 the university was building them a brand new stadium. Iowa Stadium, now known as Kinnick Stadium, pays tribute to the great Heisman Trophy winner, Nile Kinnick.

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