Hawkeyes take a simple approach on offense | Iowa Hawkeyes ...
Quad City Times
IOWA CITY — A simple approach provides a starting point for the Iowa offense as the Hawkeye football team begins to work its way through spring drills.
Burning Ring of Fire: Former Iowa Basketball Coach Steve Alford's ...
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All signs point to Indiana making a push to hire Steve Alford as their next head basketball coach. We take a trip down memory lane to remember why that's a ...
Kastanek leads Hawkeyes into WNIT quarterfinals
Quad City Times
IOWA CITY — A lengthy run in the WNIT is benefiting more than the young players on the Iowa women's basketball team. Hawkeye seniors don't mind the experience, either. “Just one more game, keep it going. This will be the last time I play basketball.
Iowa opens spring practice with questions on offense
Iowa finished last season 8-5 overall with an Outback Bowl loss to Florida. Considering the Hawkeyes began the year with visions of repeating as Big Ten West champions and competing for a spot in the College Football Playoff, many will view the ...
Deacs lose series opener 7-6 to Georgia Tech
Then on the very next pitch, Tech's Coleman Poje chopped one right back to Wake relief pitcher Griffin Roberts. A good throw to first finishes the game, but it was wide of Gavin Sheets at first. Two Georgia Tech runners scored, then Poje made it home ...
Georgia Tech Baseball: Jackets rally in 9th, beat Wake Forest 7-6 in 11th
Yellow Jacked Up
Georgia Tech (13-7, 3-4 ACC), got back into Atlantic Coast Conference play Friday night with a 7-6 extra innings win over Wake Forest, fueled by a big 9th inning rally to tie. The Jackets went into the top of the 9th inning down 3-6 to the Demon ...
Northview basketball player Destiney Zimmerman signs with West Georgia Tech
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Georgia Tech chose NIT over NCAA in 1971
Georgia Tech's Rich Yunkus (40) grabs a rebound while Michigan's Ernie Johnson (30) puts on some heat during first-half action of NIT at New York's Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, March 24, 1971. Georgia Tech's Jim Thorne (25) is at right.