Spring Game Mashup

April 16, 2011

Written by Jon Miller

Hawkeye Nation

Here is a lap around the www as it relates to coverage of the Iowa Hawkeyes final practice of the spring…

-HawkeyeNation.com’s Spring Game Notebook | Full of quotes and anecdotes, observations and more.
-HawkeyeInsider Spring Wrap | Observations from Saturday’s practice from Rob Howe
-Blockers Look Like Top 2011 Building Blocks | Mike Hlas of The Gazette offers these thoughts, and I concur; the offensive line looked good on Saturday
-Marvin McNutt Video | McNutt sat out the spring due to injury but still had plenty on his mind.
–Kirk Ferentz Video Series | ONE | TWO
-Offensive Line Expected to Lead the Way | I certainly concur with this headline from the ICPC. This group looked good on Saturday, with Ferentz saying they have a lot of room to improve. If they improve as much as Ferentz hopes, they might be the best group in the Big Ten next year.
-Derby Getting Comfortable at QB | I have had my doubts about Derby at QB. But Saturday’s practice opened my eyes a bit more.
-Just a Typical Spring Practice | From the ICPC
-Podolak: Rehab & Recovery Going Well | Good read from the ICPC on Ed Podolak’s recovery from being struck by a car this winter.
-More Iowa Videos | From Brendan Stiles of HawkeyeDrive.com
-It’s Keenan Davis’ Time to Shine | According to Kirk Ferentz & Marvin McNutt
-Defense: Talent Surplus Gives Iowa Options | The Hawks have a lot of capable bodies on the back end as well as up front.
-Ferentz Eager to Get at Special Teams | This is an area that has to improve next year, according to Ferentz
-Kind of What You Expected from the Hawkeyes | From Marc Morehouse of The Gazette
-Video Gallery | Several videos from Marc Morehouse | Wait, Here’s More
-Iowa D-Line Has Less Hype, Lots of Promise | From the Quad City Times
-Receiver Davis Stands Out for Iowa | Don Doxsie of the QCT writes this, and he’s dead on. Davis was pretty amazing on Saturday. You can see for yourself in the highlight reel at the bottom of this item.
-Morris Entrenched at MLB | from the QCT…Morris and Tyler Nielsen make for two solid and experience backers. Where the third comes from will be interesting.
-Vandenberg Seems Perfect Man to Be in Control | From John Bohnenkamp of The Hawk Eye
-PHOTO GALLERIES: ICPC | U of Iowa | Rivals 1 | Rivals 2

If you weren’t in Kinnick Saturday, you missed some amazing catches by Keenan Davis among other things. Don’t fret; you can see them here in this video package put together by the Big Ten Network…definitely worth the watch:

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