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.
The Hawkeyes are on a bye this week, but there’s plenty to talk about on the podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo look back at Iowa’s convincing win over Illinois that didn’t feel like a convincing win. Then we dive into the Hawkeyes at the halfway point in the season and look at what’s went right, what’s went wrong, and the outlook for the final six games of the 2017 season. Then we dive into the recruiting trail with a look at where things stand in football and basketball recruiting, plus we preview Iowa Basketball media day, which comes up on Monday.
It’s Cy-Hawk week and who better to bring on the podcast than our old friend and former Hawkeye Julian Vandervelde. Tom Kakert, Matt Randazzo, and Julian look back at Iowa’s opening win over Wyoming and what they liked and are concerned about from the game. Then we break down Saturday’s game against Iowa State and why Julian hates the Cyclones. We talk a little recruiting in the creepy corner and then head to the nerdy nook to talk Star Wars and comic book movies.
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.
With the start of the 2017 Iowa football season fast approaching, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo break down where the Hawkeyes sit as fall camp comes to a close. We look back at what we learned from Tuesday’s press meeting with the coordinators and Kirk Ferentz. Then we take a deep dive into each position and where things stand with the Iowa roster. Finally we head into the creepy corner and talk about the commitment of D.J. Johnson and another big commitment that is expected to happen next week.
Back from Las Vegas and plenty to review on this hoops recruiting heavy Hawkeye Report Podcast. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo discuss the play of Joe Wieskamp and Patrick McCaffery on the AAU circuit, plus look at several of the other targets that the Iowa coaches have been watching. We look at the recruitment of 2019 PG DJ Carton and where he might be leaning. Then we discuss the Lavar Ball circus in Vegas. We dive into football recruiting news, including a new commitment, the start of football practice in Iowa City, and much more.
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.
Coming off a big football recruiting weekend, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo take a look at all the good news for the Hawkeyes. We also dive into where things stand for the Hawkeyes in the Class of 2018 and 2019 on the recruiting trail. Then we discuss where things stand on the basketball recruiting front, plus a feature on Joe Wieskamp and a story about Patrick McCaffery. We wrap up with a look at what we are learning about the Iowa basketball team in the Prime Time League.
The start of the Prime Time League means a late night podcast from Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo. We break down the first night of summer basketball and what it might mean for the Iowa hoops team next season. We discuss the play of freshman Luka Garza and Jack Nunge and how they might fit into the plans, along with who surprised and who disappointed. Plus we talk hoops recruiting and Joe Wieskamp’s standout performance at the NBA Players Top 100 Camp. Then we dive into a Tigerhawk at midfield this fall, plus we go in-depth on football recruiting with a new commitment and the potential for several more this weekend.