Hawkeye Football

Miller and Deace return this week and share Steve’s conference predictions for each of the Power Five leagues, as well as bowl predictions for Big Ten teams

  1. HN columnist David Schwartz brings you his Sunday notes column with items on preseason predictions for B1G football, depression in sport and Iowa’s QB race.

  2. HN’s Rob Howe is revealing his Top 15 most indispensable Hawkeyes for 2017 in a countdown. He continues the series today with No. 2.

  3. John Waggoner was hoping to commit to a college before the end of the month. Those plans have changed for the West Des Moines Dowling Catholic DE.

  4. HN’s Rob Howe is revealing his Top 15 most indispensable Hawkeyes for 2017 in a countdown. He continues the series today with No. 3.

  5. HN’s Rob Howe is revealing his Top 15 most indispensable Hawkeyes for 2017 in a countdown. He continues the series today with No. 4.

  6. Cleveland.com has released the results from its annual Big Ten writers poll and the Hawkeyes are picked to finish 4th in the Big Ten West

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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