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.
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.
Usually this is a quite time of the year for Iowa athletics. This past week certainly was not quite at all. This week on the podcast we dive deep into the decision in the Jane Meyer court case and what it means for the Iowa athletic department and the future of Gary Barta. Then we go in-depth on the comments from Brian Ferentz last week about Iowa State, Minnesota, and Nebraska. Plus we talk NFL Draft, Big Ten hoops in early December, and we also update football and basketball recruiting.
With spring football wrapped up, we take a look back at what we learned about the Hawkeyes with former Hawk Julian Vandervelde. We break down some of the position groups, the outstanding spring game by Jake Gervase, the quarterback race, and Julian tells us why Brian Ferentz is the right man for the job and has been since he returned to Iowa City. Plus, we discuss the big recruiting news of the weekend with two commitments, plus some hoops recruiting news too. Then we wrap up with Julian talking about his trip to Japan and then we have ten minutes of comic book nerd talk to wrap up the show.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast returns this week with plenty of topics to discuss. We dive into hoops recruiting and some of the future prospects for Iowa. We also discuss the future of Hawkeye basketball and if there will be any changes to the roster this year. Then we dive into the open practice coming up on Friday night in West Des Moines and talk a little football recruiting.
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, we wrap up the Iowa basketball season with a look back at the season ending loss in the NIT to TCU and the promising future of for the Hawkeyes. We also discuss the great atmosphere at Carver-Hawkeye Arena and if that could be replicated during the regular season. Then we dive into spring football with a look at the top storylines for Iowa football and what Kirk Ferentz had to say at his press conference on Monday.
The Hawkeye Report Podcast with Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert look back at Wednesday night’s loss to Minnesota and the controversial no time out near the end of regulation. We also dive deep into the rest of Iowa’s regular season and the possibilities for post season play this year. Then we take a look at the return of Ken O’Keefe, what position Brian Ferentz will end up coaching, and what that means for the final two hires to the coaching staff.
A special edition of the Hawkeye Report Podcast as Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert are joined by former Hawkeye great Chuck Long. We discuss what signing day is like for coaches and the changes in recruiting over the years. Then we talk to Long about what it takes to be an offensive coordinator and Iowa’s hiring for the assistant coaching positions that are currently open.
Signing Day is almost here and we take a deep dive into where the Hawkeyes stand heading into Signing Day next week. Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert open the show discussing Iowa basketball and the loss to Illinois and the if Peter Jok’s bad back is going to sink the season. Then we talk plenty of football recruiting with all the latest news, plus some thoughts on who will be added to the coaching staff, and Matt talks about his interview with future Iowa hoops player Joe Wieskamp.