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So let’s get to it. Here is the Iowa Breakfast Club for Wednesday, Aug. 9.
Graduate transfer running back James Butler is a natural fit at Iowa, writes Rob Howe of HawkeyeNation.com. Butler credits the smooth transition to returning starter Akrum Wadley making him feel like a part of the family.
Returning to his home
Why did Ryan Boyle switch from wide receiver back to quarterback? Land of 10 spoke with him and explains.
Second in command
Former Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard is putting together an impressive preseason camp for the San Francisco 49ers. He’s doing so well Chris Biderman of NinersWire wonders if Beathard will win the backup job.
The newest catchphrase
Feed them with the fire hose. Learn why wide receivers coach Kelton Copeland is using those six words to rebuild the Iowa wide receiving room in this Land of 10 story.
Who is your guy?
Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register broke down the quarterback competition in great detail on Tuesday. He laid out why Nathan Stanley or Tyler Wiegers could each win the job.
The Des Moines Register continued its Iowa Eight series of naming the top eight high school football players in the state. The newspaper announced the inclusion of Class of 2018 Iowa linebacker commit Dillon Doyle on Tuesday.
Bring on the world
Former Iowa wrestler Thomas Gilman is preparing for the World Championships Aug. 21-26 in Paris. Chris Cuellar of the Des Moines Register caught up with Gilman to see how his preparation is going.
Iowa pitcher C.J. Eldred won’t be returning for his senior season. The right-hander signed with the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, as Dargan Southard of the Iowa City Press-Citizen reported.
Equality in wrestling
Iowa wrestling coach Tom Brands is all for it. He wants the NCAA to start women’s wrestling, as Land of 10 reports.
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