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  • Hawkeye Insider: Iowa Connections in First Time Opponent

    DES MOINES, Iowa – This is the first football game between Iowa and Rutgers. Which is worth noting because Rutgers played in the first college football game, ever. Rutgers is a new opponent, but connections to the Iowa football program make it feel familiar.

  • Cyclone Insider: The Process Needs a Win

    DES MOINES – There’s evidence of progress in Matt Campbell’s ‘process’ starting to take shape. Now, the Cyclones need a win to help the team psyche.

  • WIRED: Hoover Gets the Band Back Together

    DES MOINES – The sights and sounds of Football Friday don’t seem the same without the marching band. Yet, Hoover has been without one for about six years. Ryan Rowley re-tuned the Huskies in a matter of three weeks and they were back in time for homecoming.

  • WIRED: Jeff Woody Joins Roosevelt’s New Coaching Staff

    DES MOINES – Erik Link landed Jeff Woody as a recruit at Iowa State. Seven years later Link recruited Woody, again. This time to help change the culture of Roosevelt’s struggling football program.

  • Eagles Rising in Pella

    PELLA, Iowa – The Little Dutch aren’t the only football power in Pella. Pella Christian checks in at No. 2 in the Des Moines Register’s Class 1A rankings, and return the 1-2 punch that produced 1,602 yards through the air. The Eagles fell shy of their first trip to the UNI Dome, but this could be the year that drought ends.

  • Hawkeyes Focusing Solely on Miami (OH) as Expectations for Season Soar

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — It’s finally game week for the No. 17 Hawkeyes and as they come off an unexpected 12-win season and a Rose Bowl appearance, expectations remain sky high. While the team is aware of the outside noise, they remain focused on the task at hand and that’s Miami (OH) at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday in their 2016 season opener. “It’s a journey and it’s week to week,” Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz said Tuesday. “There are so […]

  • Indianola’s Old Glory

    INDIANOLA, Iowa – The senior class at Indianola spent the summer raising money to raise a giant American flag. It was a bright spot in an otherwise rainy night for Old Glory.

  • Excitement Surrounds Cyclone Program Under New Coach Matt Campbell

    AMES, Iowa — Media days are often filled with optimism, and they should be. Everyone is equal and there have been no games played. Iowa State is coming off a three-win season, but excitement surrounds the program with the addition of new head coach Matt Campbell. Michael Admire reports from Ames.

  • Iowa State Coaches Using Hands-On Approach to Rebuild Team

    AMES, Iowa – Changing the “losing culture” at Iowa State is what Matt Campbell says is the most difficult part of his new job. You could see Thursday during the Cyclones first practice how Campbell isn’t just preaching, he’s doing. He tells everyone on his coaching staff to be active teachers.

  • ADM’s One Final Chance

    ADEL, Iowa – The turn around from a 4-win team to perennial power isn’t enough for ADM’s softball team. Not after what they’ve been through the last two seasons. John Sears tells house how the Tigers ace hopes to elevate her team to an elusive state tournament.

  • National Skillet Throwing Championship

    MACKSBURG, IA – Yes, you read that title correctly.  Every year hundreds of people travel to Macksburg, Iowa (population 110) to compete in the national skillet throwing championship.  

  • Pella Among Teams Looking to Continue Run in Girls’ State Soccer Tournament

    DES MOINES, Iowa — The second day of the girls’ state soccer tournament was hotter than the first, with water breaks frequent throughout the day on Friday. However, the action never seemed to slow down. Pella is one of a few teams looking to keep their tournament going. Michael Admire joined the Channel 13 News at 5 for a live update on the latest games at the Cownie Soccer Complex.