Hawkeye Football

Iowa stopped to see Columbus, OH area punter Brad Robbins on Thursday. He told HN he’s in the mix to pick up a scholarship from the Hawkeyes.

  1. Iowa is expected to play host to six official visitors this weekend. HN’s Rob Howe takes a look at them and how the Hawkeyes are positioned.

  2. Iowa offered ’17 Illinois WR Henry Marchese Thursday. He’s the son of former Hawkeye RB John Marchese.

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    Derrick Mitchell Jr. Leaving Iowa Program

    BY Athletic Communications

    Iowa announced that RB Derrick Mitchell Jr. was leaving the program.

  4. Iowa assistant Seth Wallace met with CA P Ryan Stonehouse on Monday. He talked to HN about the meeting and where things stand with the Hawkeyes.

  5. Tennessee punter Joe Doyle might end up being the man to replace Ron Coluzzi. He talked with HN about it.

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    Bruce Nelson

    BY Mitch Smith

    HN’s Mitch Smith checks in on former Iowa center Bruce Nelson in this week’s Where Are They Now.

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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