It’s officially game week for the Hawkeyes! That’s right, college football is back and this week on the Hawkeye Report podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo are joined by former Hawk Joe Conklin to discuss the season opener against Wyoming. We break down the two deeps, Nate Stanley being named the starting QB, freshmen playing time, and look at the challenge this weekend against the Cowboys. Plus we take our weekly look at football recruiting.
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo go in-depth on Iowa’s Kids Day practice last weekend. Is there any clarity at quarterback? Which true freshmen look like they are playing this year? Plus a whole lot more about Iowa football. Then we dive into basketball and discuss the Hawkeyes trip to Europe and the release of the schedule for the 2017-18 season. Finally, we wrap up with the latest news on recruiting, including a review of the new 2019 basketball hot board and a couple of football commitments that could be coming soon.
On the latest edition of the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert are joined by Logan Wynn from the QC Elite AAU program to discuss their just completed season on the basketball court. Wynn talks about the development of one of his former players, Nicholas Baer and he updates the recruitment of 2019 PG D.J. Carton, who Iowa recently offered. Then we discuss Iowa’s European trip and the addition of 2018 guard C.J. Fredrick. We then move on to an in-depth discussion of Iowa football media day and preview the Hawkeyes open practice on Saturday at Kinnick. Which freshmen will be playing this year? Who is standing out in practice? Who will be the starting quarterback for Iowa this season?
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, we turn our attention to Hawkeye football with Big Ten Media Days coming up early next week. Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert are joined by former Hawkeye Steve Manders, who discusses his new career in professional wrestling and then we dive into Hawkeye football and discuss Sean Welsh and the courage of his disclosure of battling depression, football staff changes and what it means for the future, plus we talk some football recruiting in the creepy corner, graduate transfers, and we wrap up with a little Iowa basketball talk.
It’s still a Hawkeye State after Iowa dominated Iowa State on Saturday evening in Iowa City. Matt Randazzo, Pat Angerer, and Tom Kakert look back at the big win over the Cyclones. We also look ahead and preview the upcoming game against the North Dakota State, go thru some recruiting updates for football and basketball, and of course, we have questions for Pat to answer.