Hawkeye Football

HN photographer Rob Howe’s photo gallery from Saturday’s Iowa-Wisconsin game.

  1. HN photographer Rob Howe brings you a photo gallery of recruits that visited Iowa on Saturday.

  2. 10/23

    Schwartz: Sunday Morning One-Liners

    BY David Schwartz

    HN Columnist David Schwartz offers up 25 one-liners on Iowa football following the Hawkeyes’ 17-9 loss to Wisconsin.

  3. It was painfully obvious against Top 10 Wisconsin that the Hawkeyes haven’t developed quick enough this season, write HN Columnist Rob Howe.

  4. C.J. Beathard, Desmond King, Josey Jewell and other Hawkeyes discuss Saturday’s loss to Wisconsin.

  5. Wisconsin Coach Paul Chryst talks about Saturday’s 17-9 win at Iowa.

  6. 10/22

    Ferentz talks Wisconsin Loss

    BY Athletic Communications

    Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz discusses his team’s 17-9 loss to Wisconsin in this transcript.

Iowa football was officially recognized as a team in 1889 — and they haven’t looked back since. The Iowa Hawkeyes quickly became the pride of Iowa City and by 1929 the university was building them a brand new stadium. Iowa Stadium, now known as Kinnick Stadium, pays tribute to the great Heisman Trophy winner, Nile Kinnick.

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