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ESPN Staff Releases Preseason Poll

August 10, 2010

Written by Jon Miller

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Iowa checks in at #9 in ESPN’s preseason poll, where they pick the minds of 20 in house ‘voters’.

There are ‘voters’ on the list that you may be familiar with. Pat Forde (Iowa #14), Ivan Maisel (#2), Mark Schlabach (#8) and a few more. The link above will take you to all of the voters marks as well as the aggregate poll.

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