This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo take a look back at Iowa’s loss on Saturday afternoon to Indiana. Then we take a deep dive into what went wrong this season for the Iowa basketball team and play over/under on the number of transfers we expect from the program once the season concludes. Then we dive into a little football and basketball recruiting from the past weekend.
This week on the podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo look back on the week of Iowa basketball. The close loss to Michigan State and then getting blown out in the second half at Ohio State. We discuss what we see as the positive and negative trends to this season and during the 8 year run of Fran McCaffery, with some surprising findings. We dive into the student seating discussion for Carver-Hawkeye Arena and the rumor that there will be a new look next year. Then we wrap up with some talk about Joe Wieskamp and signing day for football last week.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast returns this week with a breakdown of Iowa’s win over Minnesota on Tuesday night. We discuss the play of Jordan Bohannon and his foot injury and how remarkable it is that he’s played this well of late. Then we dive into the Big Ten race this year and who is the most surprising and disappointing teams in the conference. After that, we talk about a big prep hoops match-up between an Iowa commit and a Hawkeye target on Friday evening. We wrap up talking football recruiting, Gary Barta’s comments on Fran McCaffery’s contract, and potential changes to the transfer rules in college athletics.
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo discuss Iowa’s win over Wisconsin on Tuesday night and what went right for the Hawkeyes. Then we dive into the revelation today that Fran McCaffery signed a contract extension in November and what it means that they didn’t put out the news out at the time. Then we look at the hiring of a 10th football assistant and finally look at upcoming football recruiting visits, a great list of walk-on’s coming to Iowa, and the Hawkeyes getting back into recruiting the state of Texas in the Class of 2019.
It’s a very special edition of the Hawkeye Report Podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo sit down with former Hawkeye Kevin Skillett on the 25th anniversary of the passing of his teammate, Chris Street. We discuss what it was like for the Iowa basketball team and his memories of Street. Then we visit with former Hawkeye Chuck Long and discuss his new book, his charity event, and then we dive into Iowa football and his thoughts on Hawkeye signal caller Nate Stanley and his development.
A little bonus podcast this week from Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo. We look back at Iowa’s win over Illinois on Thursday night. Is this a turning point for the Hawkeye basketball team? What changed during the game and is Fran McCaffery shortening his bench? Who could lose their spot in the rotation? We look ahead to next week for the Hawkeyes on the court as well. Then we discuss the Kirk Ferentz presser on Wednesday, dive into recruiting with a new commitment on board and talk hoops recruiting, and wrap up discussing Iowa wrestling with a big meet on Sunday against Oklahoma State.
We start the week with a new Hawkeye Report Podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo take a deep dive into the struggling Iowa basketball team. What, if anything can be done to fix this team? We look at some of the disturbing numbers and trends so far in the Big Ten for the Hawkeyes and if there could be a win on the horizon. And we discuss Fran McCaffery being ejected on Sunday night and if his seat could get warm this year? We also look at Iowa football and breakdown the early departures of Josh Jackson and James Daniels and how they impact cornerback and offensive line in 2018, plus the transfer of Tyler Wiegers and what it means to the quarterback position.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast returns for one more show before 2017 comes to a close. We look back at Iowa breaking their bowl losing streak with their win in the Pinstripe Bowl over Boston College. Then we dive into the future for the Hawkeye football team with projection of who starts on both sides of the ball in 2018. Then we discuss Iowa hoops win over Northern Illinois on Friday night, plus we look at what the Hawkeyes need to do to make the post season this year and the overall view of the Big Ten.
Just in time for the holidays, it’s the Hawkeye Report Podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo give you a full preview of the 2017 Pinstripe Bowl and assess the impact of Alaric Jackson not being able to play and the shuffling of the offensive line. We also look at Boston College and the strong their strong finish to the 2017 season. We then dive into the 2018 recruiting class that signed this week. We assess the class as it stands now and which targets remain heading into the February signing period. Then we wrap up talking Iowa basketball and preview a big game on Friday night against Colorado.
It’s the first year of the early signing period for college football and we go in-depth about the Class that the Hawkeyes will be signing on December 20th. We look at the remaining targets and where Iowa stands with them one week before signing day and where the class ranks nationally and within the Big Ten. We open the show discussing the All American status of Josh Jackson and Josey Jewell and what round each may go in the NFL Draft (and if Jackson is leaving early). Then we dive into Iowa basketball and what will need to change for the results to improve this season.