Hawkeye Football

The Iowa football program is holding their annual barbecue this weekend, and two Class of 2019 prospects livened the party with their commitment

  1. Last month, Iowa became the first school to offer Spencer Bono a scholarship. Friday, he visited the Hawkeyes for the first time. He spoke with HN about it.

  2. Iowa will host a group top recruiting targets this weekend when the program hosts its annual tailgater for prospects and their parents. We preview the event.

  3. You would have to go all the way back to 1995 to last see a former Iowa quarterback throw a pass in …

  4. The top-rated player in the state, John Waggoner, visited Iowa again on Thursday. The West Des Moines Dowling Catholic DE spoke with HN about the stop and what’s next.

  5. D.J. Johnson returned to Iowa last weekend to get another look at the Big Ten school. Things went well, as the Indianapolis CB has the Hawkeyes and Notre Dame at the top of his list.

  6. Offensive lineman Robert Gallery and point guard Andre Woolridge are part of the UI athletics hall of fame class for ’17, the university announced on Tuesday.

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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