Hawkeyes beat Nebraska (as is Tradition) and head down to Tampa for the Iowa Football Invitational, er…Outback Bowl. We reconnect with audience favorite Rene Recinos to get a parent’s perspective on a player’s signature moment. And also welcome @ScottDochterman to give us his recap of the 2018 Hawks and the state of the program.
Illinois does little against a superlative Iowa offensive and defensive performance, and Hawkeyes cruise to victory. Next up is a date in Iowa City against the struggling Huskers. (Shout out to @washedupwalkons)
Iowa drops another ugly but completely winnable game, and the 2018 season is on life support. We discuss the loss, and some questionable personnel decisions, with podcast favorite @marcmorehouse.
Opportunity calls, but Hawks let it go to voicemail. Now that both a trip to Indy and a playoff spot are off the table, what’s ahead in Iowa’s season? Bounce back to a decent bowl and 10 wins? Or continue sliding towards 8-5 and a date in Tampa…
Iowa’s slim Playoff hopes are dashed in not-so-Happy Valley, as they face Purdue with a trip to Indianapolis on the line. We meet with Tom Kakert from @HawkeyeReport for analysis and a sneak peek at Iowa Basketball.
Ball-hogging Hawks suffocate a one-dimensional Maryland squad by playing keep away. And the next three weeks set up nicely for a 2018 Revenge Tour, starting with Penn State. Guest: Kicker Dad Rene Recinos.
Stanley throws for 6(!) TDs, one even to a Wide Receiver, as Iowa rolls over an upstart Indiana squad. Fan favorite Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) joins the show to discuss the win, Iowa’s renewed shot at the B1G West, Maryland, and where the hell is Montenegro anyway?
The 12 Saturdays crew is back, just in time for Floyd’s Senior Year in Iowa City. We break down Wisconsin, Minnesota, and look ahead to Indiana. Our guest is a 2010 walk on turned doctor, with some thoughts on football safety.
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).