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  • #2 Hoover Floods the Highlights, North Gets Last Laugh in 65-61 Win

    DES MOINES – Highlights of North’s 65-61 win at #2 Hoover.

  • Hawkeyes, Bluder Win Game then… Dance-Off

    IOWA CITY – For a December game, this is as crazy as a locker-room will get. The players mob Lisa Bluder, then urge her to do “the worm.” Bluder, 55-years old, breaks it down then declares Iowa a ‘Hawkeye State.’ Across the hall, it’s much quieter. That’s what the CyHawk Rivalry means. Iowa becomes the 10th-straight home team to protect its court in the CyHawk Series with an 88-76 win over Iowa State. Video Courtesy: HawkVision

  • FaceOFF: Should Cyclone Fans Worry? Is Tiger Back?

  • I THINK (Admire): Hawks Hoops Lack Effort, Eric Berry Gives Middle Finger, Coconut Sucks

  • Lizzy Wendell Paces Drake with 30-points, Four Bulldogs in Double-Figures

    DES MOINES, Iowa – As the preseason MVC favorites, Drake has expectations. Expectations to score. Four Bulldogs scored in double-figures on their way to a 95-86 win against Northern Illinois. Dowling product, Becca Hittner (Freshman) made her Drake-debut count. Hittner made six of her seven shots on the way to a 16-point presence announcer. Lizzy Wendell scored 30-points for the ninth time in her career leaving her 20 shy of the 2,000-point milestone.

  • Cyclones Struggle Through Growing Pains to Finish 3-9

    AMES, Iowa – No one expected an overnight fix. When Matt Campbell took over Iowa State, a team that had two Big 12 wins in the previous two seasons, he preached ‘The Process.’ The Cyclones struggled through the first-year growing pains, but wins in two of the last three weeks offer promise for next year and years to come. In turn, the 49-19 loss to #18 West Virginia reminded everyone that there’s still a long way to go.

  • Hawkeye Insider: Michigan is the Main Attraction

    DES MOINES – Talk about two teams going in opposite directions. Since November 9th, 2015 Iowa has an 8-7 record while Michigan is 12-1. The records aren’t the only difference between the two teams. Did you know former Dowling star, Amara Darboh has more combined receiving yards than Iowa’s active receivers? There’s a whole laundry list that makes Michigan the main attraction this Saturday.

  • Cyclones’ Home Turf is Best in College Football

    AMES, Iowa – For six or seven Saturdays every fall and a couple times in the spring, Jack Trice Stadium takes center stage. The players, coaches, and band are the primary draw, but the grass recently got some well-deserved attention. John Sears has the story.

  • WIRED: The Original Coach Rhoads Celebrated at Nevada

    NEVADA, Iowa – Paul Rhoads was proud to coach and proud to be a coaches son. Cecil Rhoads inspired Paul to become a coach, but inspired many more around Central Iowa.

  • Hawkeye Insider: Iowa Needs Rushes

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — If the Hawkeyes can run the ball, Iowa fans could have more meaningful Saturdays. Iowa and Wisconsin have split the last 10 games which have been decided by an average of nine points.

  • A Cruel Rewind, Same Cyclone Movie in Texas

    AUSTIN, Texas – Cyclone fans didn’t have to suffer through another fourth quarter loss on Saturday. This week the letdown came in the third quarter when Texas scored on touchdown plays of 75, 37, and 18 yards, and ultimately won, 27-6. In some ways, Iowa State and Texas were trending in opposite directions. The Cyclones slowly getting better with Charlie Strong steering Longhorns to three-straight losses. The Cyclones had a good start after two first half drives stalled a pair […]

  • Iowa Runs Past Purdue for Another Road Win

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana – Iowa gave Purdue a big dose of the ground game as the Hawkeyes rushed for a season-high 365 yards en route to a 49-35 win at Purdue on Saturday. It’s the first time in several weeks that the Hawkeyes looked like the defending Big Ten West Champions. Iowa (5-2, 3-1) jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead with rushing touchdowns by LeShun Daniels and C.J. Beathard, and a 42-yard touchdown catch by Riley McCarron. The […]