The Hawkeye Report Podcast returns after the Thanksgiving holiday with plenty on the menu. Pat Angerer, Matt Randazzo, and Tom Kakert discuss the Iowa win over Nebraska and what it means for Iowa’s bowl destination this year. Pat gets fired up about the Big Ten leaving Josey Jewell off the first team, we talk about football recruiting and Iowa’s policy, plus Pat leaves so we can talk Iowa basketball and Tyler Cook’s injury.
The Iowa Football team picked up their second straight win with a victory over Illinois on Saturday afternoon and the Hawkeye Report Podcast was back to talk about it and preview the upcoming game against Nebraska on Black Friday in Iowa City. Pat Angerer, Matt Randazzo, and Tom Kakert were joined by Taylor Brooks from DI TV to discuss the action on the field. Plus we talk some football recruiting and the what we have learned about the Iowa basketball team so far this season.
The one way to celebrate the upset win over Michigan is to have an early in the week podcast. Pat Angerer is back this week and he actually watched the game. He joins Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert to discuss the win, the emotional side of Kirk Ferentz, plus we update recruiting with a trip to Tom’s Creepy Corner, and we talk some early season hoops.
It’s a podcast without Pat Angerer. That’s right, the Hawkeye Report Podcast is back and this week it’s just Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert. This week we look back at the debacle in State College and look ahead to the night game against Michigan. We preview the start of the Iowa basketball season and give our guesses on how the Hawkeyes will do. Plus, an extended Tom’s Creepy Corner with a look at the new hoops recruiting class and a preview of over 60 football recruits coming to Iowa City this weekend.
The latest edition of the Hawkeye Report Podcast covers a lot of ground. Matt Randazzo, Pat Angerer, and Tom Kakert look back at Iowa’s loss to Northwestern, the struggling Iowa run defense and what can be done to fix it, and we look ahead to the game this weekend against Minnesota. We also talk some hoops after Iowa basketball media day this week. And we head to Tom’s Creepy Corner for an update on Chevin Calloway’s recruitment going south for the Hawkeyes.
We bid a fond farewell to Brent Balbinot on the Hawkeye Report Podcast as he leaves to become the play by play voice of Toledo athletics this fall. The farewell show was a special one with many great guests stopping by to wish him well. Head Football Coach Kirk Ferentz and his wife, Mary, stop by and join us. Iowa Baseball Coach Rick Heller and his coaching staff, Deputy AD Gene Taylor, Jess Settles from the Big Ten Network, plus several members of the Iowa media and Hawkeye Sports Information staff are also part of the show, which took place at 2 Dogs Pub in Iowa City.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast returned to Rocky O’Brien’s in North Liberty on Wednesday evening for the next to last show with our host, Brent Balbinot, before he heads off to the the voice of the Toledo Rockets. We talk about his big move and then take a deep dive into football and hoops recruiting. Then we talk some Iowa Football, Hawkeye men’s and women’s hoops, and update the Iowa Baseball roster following the MLB Draft.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast returned to Rocky O’Brien’s on Tuesday night and we were joined by our good friend from the Cedar Rapids Gazette, Scott Dochterman. We talk plenty of Iowa Football, including the place of Kirk Ferentz in the rankings of Hawkeye football coaches. We also discuss upcoming season and how Iowa will handle expectations, plus we look at the Big Ten West race. We discuss beer sales at Kinnick and possible new TV deal for the Big Ten and if it will include ESPN. We talk some football recruiting and a possible upcoming commitment and we wrap up discussing who we want to see in the Prime Time League this summer and we update Iowa Baseball.
It’s time to get caught up on Hawkeye news and we did that on the podcast this week. Brent Balbinot goes in-depth about the amazing run by the Iowa Baseball team this past weekend in Omaha and the future of the program. Plus we take a long look at the current state of football and basketball recruiting for the Hawkeyes, a discussion of the college football magazines hitting the newsstands and what they are saying about Iowa in 2016, plus some Hawkeye Hoops discussion. Our thanks as always to Rocky O’Brien’s for hosting the show this week!
With the spring evaluation period in the books for college basketball coaches, we talked hoops recruiting on Wednesday evening at Rocky O’Brien’s in North Liberty. Joining the show were Greg Stephen and Jamie Johnson from the Iowa Barnstormers AAU program. We discuss their three future Hawkeyes in their program, other potential recruits for Iowa, their new affiliation with Adidas, and a whole lot more.