HN Podcast: Chris Doyle Departs, Iowa Football Focused on Moving Forward

June 16, 2020

Written by Rob Howe

HN’s Rob Howe and Andrew Downs return for another episode of the HN Podcast. They discuss the latest as it pertains to Iowa football working to move forward from allegations by former players that racial inequities existed in the program. They review press conferences by Kirk Ferentz and his players along with one by AD Gary Barta.

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