Offense: Check. Defense: Big Check. Non-Conference Foes Eliminated: Done. Hawkeyes dispense UNI under the lights at Kinnick, and prepare for Wisconsin. But will they face a cornered and wounded Badger, or a deflated rodent? Guest: OL Ninja Mike Zierath
The offense sputtered for 3 quarters, but the Hawkeye D choked the life out of ISU, and Iowa grabs its fourth consecutive victory over Campbell’s Crew from Ames. We discuss the win, look ahead to Wisco—er, UNI, and talk with one of our favorite guests, Tom Kakert (@hawkeyereport).
An unexpected blowout sends NIU packing, and Kirk Ferentz to the top of Iowa’s coaching tree. The crew breaks down the win, and looks forward to (still winless!) Iowa State. Bonus: What’s wrong with Michigan? And are football games too long?
The mornings are a bit cooler, the days a bit shorter, and a sneaky-good MAC team is packing their gear for Kinnick. It’s time for Iowa Football, 2018 edition. Join the 12Saturdays crew as we chat with former Hawkeye RB Jordan Canzeri, and digital media guru Scott Dochterman.
Hawks end the 2017 season on a high note, thumping their “rivals” to the west. We chat with @marcmorehouse to discuss the Nebraska win, and what it means for Iowa’s bowl prospects.
Lew had tons of great stories from his playing days at Iowa, and unfortunately we couldn’t fit them all into a standard 1-hour episode.
But we didn’t want our audience to miss out on his insights and memories, so we’re pleased to present this extended interview segment. Please note that this is a “raw” recording with minimal edits.
Iowa is playing bad enough to lose to anybody, and Purdue takes advantage. But scoring an interview with Lew Montgomery helps take the sting off the fading Hawkeyes.
Check out the unscripted & unedited Part 2 of our interview with Lew Montgomery. And here’s the video of the Mike Saunders story (play starts at 5:30 in the clip).
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Hawks go in to Madison and lay an egg of historical proportions. Josh Jackson tries to beat Bucky by himself, and almost succeeds. We talk Wisconsin with Tom Kakert of the Hawkeye Report, and look ahead to Purdue and a sneak peek at Iowa basketball.
Reember this one, because you’ll be talking about it for years. Iowa dazzled, dominated, and ultimately overwhelmed the hapless Buckeyes from “The” Ohio State, The superlatives pile on like Jackson INTs and Stanley TDS to TEs: Biggest lost in Urban Meyer’s career, most points scored against OSU, biggest OSU loss since 1994, only the 4th Iowa win in (most) living memory.