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.
The first Hawkeye Report podcast of 2017 with Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert. We are back and better than ever with plenty of news to cover. We go in-depth on the recent changes to the Iowa football coaching staff and what it means to the program. We take an early look at the 2017 roster and we take a deep dive into football recruiting with signing day fast approaching. Finally, we wrap things up with some Hawkeye hoops talk and preview the game on Thursday against Maryland.
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Pat Angerer, Matt Randazzo, and Tom Kakert open with a discussion of Hawkeye football and the team awards that were announced over the weekend and Iowa winning the Joe Moore Award for the top offensive line in the country. We discuss Akrum Wadley possibly leaving for the NFL, we run down the latest on the football and basketball recruiting trail, and wrap up discussing Iowa hoops and the Hawkeyes winning the Cy-Hawk Series this past week.
The Outback Bowl invitation was extended on Sunday afternoon and the Hawkeyes are headed back to Tampa. This week on the podcast we are joined by former Hawks Pat Angerer and special guest Joe Conklin to talk about their experience at the Outback Bowl and what bowl prep is like for Iowa players on and off the field. Plus we get our weekly recruiting updates and Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert talk a little Iowa basketball after Iowa’s win over Stetson and preview Iowa State/Iowa on Thursday night.
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.
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 weekly Hawkeye Report Podcast returns with a discussion on what a bye week is like for a football player. We preview the Penn State game on Saturday night with Pat Angerer, Matt Randazzo, and Tom Kakert and we talk about the Big Ten moving to Friday night games in 2017 and if that is a good idea. Plus we are joined by friend of the podcast, Matt Rokes, who is the physical therapist for former Hawkeye Brett Greenwood to talk about the progress he has made.
This week on the Hawkeye Report Podcast, Pat Angerer, Matt Randazzo, and Tom Kakert were joined by long time friend of the pod, Julian Vandervelde. We look back at the loss to Wisconsin. Pat discusses Iowa’s defensive effort. Julian talks about the issues on offense and Iowa’s shuffling on the offensive line, and we have a trip to Tom’s Creepy Corner where break down the departure of Eno Benjamin and the Kirk Ferentz no official visit policy.
Any time you have Pat Angerer and Mitch King on a podcast, you know it’s going to be a great show. The two former Hawkeyes, along with Matt Randazzo and Tom Kakert tell a few funny stories and we look back at the win over Purdue, look ahead to Wisconsin, plus we have the always entertaining trip to Tom’s Creepy Corner for a recruiting update.