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    Southeast Polk Continues Mind-Blowing Streak

    PLEASANT HILL, Iowa – Current freshmen were in 3rd grade the last time Southeast Polk wrestling lost to a CIML opponent. Thursday night against No. 12 Waukee was no different. The Rams started the dual with back-to-back pins en route to a 47-24 win.

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    Ferentz Talks About Building on Progress

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — Kirk Ferentz scheduled press conferences the past two years after the Iowa Hawkeyes’ bowl games. Both times, the Hawks had been blown out by halftime. But this year everyone feels much better about the future of the football program, including the head coach.

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    Waukee’s Michael Jacobson is Learning on the Job

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – Twenty-one friends and family members watched former Waukee standout, Michael Jacobson make his 7th career start Tuesday night. Jacobson was back in his home state, but wearing red. Nebraska lost its four top post players. Jacobson found himself immediately collecting valuable minutes as a true freshman.

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    A Father, Son and Their Hawkeyes

    PASADENA, Calif. — Steve Cox, of Clive, is a lifetime Hawkeye fan, and like most fathers, he passed his passion for the black and gold to his sons. “We used to watch basketball and football games when we were kids. And we would string out Hawkeye gear all across the family room,” said Spencer Cox, of West Des Moines. So when Iowa made its first Rose Bowl in 25 years, Spencer Cox knew what he had to do. “We decided […]

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    USS Iowa More Than Meeting Place for Hawkeye Fans

    SAN PEDRO, Calif. — Officials say they expect thousands of Iowa Hawkeye fans to board the USS Iowa on Thursday for a Hawkeye-centered pep rally. David Way, curator of the battleship, said that with a valid ID, Iowans can visit the USS Iowa all week long, thanks to a $3 million grant from the state of Iowa. Way said the grant was to help refurbish the ship to allow it to open for the public. The ship won a total […]

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    An American Icon, History of the Rose Bowl

    PASADENA, CALIFORNIA – It’s apart of our history. From the biggest crowds in Super Bowl history to the Olympic games, the Rose Bowl has so many stories to tell. Andy Fales tells the story of an American Icon.

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    Hawkeye Fans Break Battleship Record

    SAN PEDRO, CALIFORNIA – Hawkeye fans showed up in bus loads to the pep rally on the USS Iowa. It was easily the battleships best day since it settled in at the Port of Los Angeles three and a half years ago.

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    Clarinda Brothers Reunited for Rose Bowl Floats

    PASADENA — In a giant warehouse in California, hundreds are people are assembling a dozen floats made up of thousands of roses, all for the Rose Bowl parade. But it’s more than just roses for two brothers from Clarinda. Chris Schenck has lived in California for 22 years. “Of course, Iowa hasn’t been to a Rose Bowl in that time. But I’ve always said, ‘If they ever make it, you gotta come out. We gotta go to the Rose Bowl. […]

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    Hawkeyes, Cardinal Meet at Disneyland

    LOS ANGELES, CA – It was practice then off to Disneyland. Perks of being of a perfect regular season. Iowa and Stanford were officially introduced to each other at the Happiest Place on Earth. Video Courtesy: KWWL

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    Unwrapping Rose Bowl Tickets Caught on Camera

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Rose Bowl tickets are some of the hottest on the market. Some diehard Hawkeye fans woke up Christmas Day oblivious to the fact that they were about to get a trip of a lifetime.

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    A Rose Bowl Trip 25 Years in the Waiting

    LOS ANGELES, California — Rose decals covered the bus that the Hawkeyes unloaded from in downtown Los Angeles. It’s been 25 years since Iowa appeared in a Rose Bowl, but with a game so Grand, everyone has a Rose Bowl memory.

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    What the Hawkeyes Say about the Rose Bowl

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — The Iowa Hawkeyes won’t be home Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, but no one’s complaining. The Hawks leave for Pasadena on Thursday for the chance to win a Rose Bowl for the first time 57 years. Michael Admire was in Iowa City on Tuesday to catch up with players and head coach Kirk Ferentz.


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