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What is next for Josey Jewell?
Linebacker Josey Jewell took home Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors
on Sunday. He recorded 14 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks against Wyoming. His performance led Luke Easterling of
DraftWire to speculate on where Jewell may go in the NFL
The Hawkeyes faced North Dakota State while playing without two starting offensive linemen last season and lost to the
Bison. They were again without two starters up front to open the game Saturday against the Cowboys, but this time they withstood
the absences and won the game. Land of 10 takes a look at what Iowa learned
from the North Dakota State loss and how it helped beat the Cowboys.
Bring on Cy-Hawk week
Iowa-Iowa State week is here. The in-state foes will renew their rivalry on Saturday. Mike Hlas of the Cedar Rapids Gazette
is looking forward to the matchup and explains why there is a brighter
mood around the contest this year.
A key Cy-Hawk matchup
Matthew Bain of the Iowa City Press-Citizen wants to see what the Iowa
secondary does against Iowa State. The Hawkeyes put together a strong performance in the opener but the Cyclones’
wide receivers should be a better test than their Wyoming counterparts.
Ready for their pro debut
Six Iowa rookies made the 53-man roster for NFL teams following cutdown day. Here is a look at which Hawkeyes will
play on Sundays.
Iowa started a new tradition Saturday. Fans in the stadium turned and waved to those watching the game from the top floor
of the Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital at the
end of the first quarter.
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