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  • Wired: Newton’s Inspiring Kicking Coach

    NEWTON, Iowa — Channel 13′s Michael Admire has a wonderful story on an amazing man who has pushed aside the obstacles in his life to give back to his hometown team.  

  • Tattoo of Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz. (WHO-HD)

    Hawkeye Pride Tattooed On Ultimate Fan’s Skin

    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Iowa Hawkeye football coach Kirk Ferentz has his critics, but also his fans. Brian Truesdell takes that fandom to another level. Truesdell shows his support for Ferentz, for life, in his tattoos. Brian started simple. First Ferentz’s face, then Hayden Fry`s. There`s no going back now, Brian`s Hawkeye pride is on permanent display. Brian put Iowa`s Mount Rushmore on his leg two years ago, but now his photo is everywhere, ESPN, BTN, and weekly press conferences. […]

  • Hawks Top Pitt, Begins QB Debate

    PITTSBURGH, Pa – C.J. Beathard was the spark Iowa needed to jump start a stagnant offense.  Beathard led the Hawkeyes to 17 points in the second half, and a 24-20 win at Pittsburgh. Starting quarterback Jake Rudock left with a knee injury at halftime.  Meanwhile, Beathard completed 7 of 8 passes for 98 yards.  One of Beathard’s passes was a 62-yard catch  by Damon Powell, Iowa’s longest play of the year. When asked about his quarterbacks after the game, Kirk […]

  • WIRED: C-M-B Linewoman adds passion to the huddle

    BAXTER, Ia Even up close it’s hard to see what’s different about C-M-B’s huddle. Linemen don’t get much attention, but Linewomen do. Kaitlynn Kelly prefers to blend in, but her passion for football is hard to hide.

  • Cyclones Shock the Hawks

    The Cyclones snag their first win, while the Hawks suffer their first loss of the season. Keith, John, and Michael bring you team coverage of Iowa State’s 20-17 win on Saturday in Iowa City.

  • Wired: Former Coach’s Perspective

    Channel 13′s Michael Admire has the story of a man who loves the sound of victory — and he hears that sound a lot.

  • Sprint car driver McKenna Haase. (WHO-HD)

    Iowa Teen Making a Name for Herself in Sprint Car World

    KNOXVILLE, Iowa — People come from all over the world to race sprint cars in Knoxville. McKenna Haase didn’t have to travel as far — she’s from Carlisle. From the time McKenna was ten, she wanted to do one thing: drive fast. Channel 13′s Michael Admire has McKenna’s story.

  • Hawkeye Hero Saves Cyclone’s Life

    WEBSTER CITY, Iowa — Webster City residents are very nice, but they’re also competitive. They want to win, though they also know when to put rivalries aside. Channel 13’s Michael Admire has the story of a Hawkeye hero who saved the life of a Cyclone fan.  

  • Hawkeyes Outlast UNI in Opener

    IOWA CITY, Iowa– The last time UNI beat Iowa Nile Kinnick wasn’t even born yet. Once again, the Panthers, David Johnson, shined against an in-state team that passed on him. Johnson had 237 total yards, 201 of those receiving, but it wasn’t enough. Iowa used a balanced offensive attack with 13 different players catching a pass and 7 with at least one carry. It will be much easier for the Hawks to watch this weeks game film with a 1-0 […]

  • WIRED: Ballard Takes Its Mascot Above & Beyond

    BALLARD, Iowa – Find out how Ballard’s mascot is like no other.

  • Young Players Key for Centennial

    Centennial made the playoffs in its inaugural season and plans to return in year two, but it will be an uphill climb. Jaguars looks to starting QB, Isaiah Kramme, to help lead young players along.

  • Cyclone Defense ‘Hungry’

    As practice opens there’s a lot of eyes on the Cyclones defense. Iowa State ranked 110th of 124 in scoring defense in 2013, but Wally Burnham sees some things he likes.


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