Hawkeye Football

Melvin Gordon put a paranoia in place for Iowa fans when he flipped his commitment from the Hawkeyes to home-state Wisconsin years ago. Henry Geil, Iowa’s latest RB pledge from the Badger State, tells Hawkeye fans they have nothing to worry about.

  1. 4/23

    HN Podcast: NFL Draft Preview

    BY Jon Miller

    Miller and Deace (mostly Deace) preview this week’s NFL first round, position groupings and more, in the annual HN Podcast NFL Draft Preview episode.

  2. Iowa offered ’18 Michigan WR Taj Mustapha during his visit to campus this weekend. He talked with HN about the opportunity from the Hawkeyes.

  3. In-state offensive lineman Ezra Miller became Iowa’s first commitment in the 2019 recruiting class this weekend. The Holstein Ridge View sophomore spoke to HN about his choice.

  4. Ezra Miller became the first commitment in Iowa’s 2019 Class when the in-state offensive lineman announced his pledge on Twitter Saturday. Check out his highlights here.

  5. Iowa added its fourth known commitment in the 2018 Class Sunday morning when Wisconsin RB Henry Geil announced his pledge on Twitter. His comments and video highlights here.

  6. HN Columnist David Schwartz writes that a rare situation presents itself at Iowa to promote a player for the Heisman Trophy early on in the campaign. Make it happen for Akrum Wadley.

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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