Iowa has dealt with a lot of change since the last time they teed up the pigskin. We begin our month long 2012 Iowa football preview with this topic
Drew Ott is a nationally recognized prep from the state of Nebraska and is now an Iowa Hawkeye. Where will he play?
Daumantas Venckus-Cucchiara is in the fold for the Hawkeyes. Check out some of his honors, film and how to pronounce his name in this capsule.
Anthony Gair, whom Hawkeye fans got to know as Anthony Morgan, adds a big frame to the defensive backfield
Eric Simmons took the long route to Iowa City. Madrid to Juco and a happy ending as a Hawkeye
Tevaun Smith is one of several wide receiver targets Iowa landed in this recruiting class. His LOI is in the books now, take a look at his tape.
The Iowa defensive line needs some retooling and the commitment of Jaleel Johnson will help create a bright future in the trenches.
With the transfers of Marcus Coker and Mika’il McCall, Iowa needed to hit a home run at running back in this class. They did so with Greg Garmon.
Iowa landed a very good football player in four-star defensive lineman Faith Ekakitie. They likely landed a better person than athlete.
Iowa picked up two quarterback commitments in this recruiting class. One of them is Juco transfer Cody Sokol. See his highlights in this Commit Capsule
The Iowa football program has added it’s 11th verbal commitment to its class of 2012. Watch the video here.
Video of Coach McCaffery, Matt Gatens, Zach McCabe, and Aaron White
Time to take a deeper look at this week’s opponent for the Iowa football team, the Penn State Nittany Lions. We offer analysis and our prediction.
Fran McCaffery added a point guard to his 2012 recruiting class on Sunday night in the form of Lansing, Michigan’s Anthony Clemmons
HawkeyeNation.com Publisher Jon Miller gives his opinions on Iowa vs Pitt as well as offering up his game prediction.