IOWA CITY — A couple of weeks after his brother, Tucker, earned a spot on the Billboard charts for the first time in his career, Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard welcomes
Iowa State’s Georges Niang won the Karl Malone Award last season as the top power forward in all of college basketball. Another of the five finalists for the award was
Five questions that remain unanswered as Iowa completes its spring football drills in 2016:
IOWA CITY — Brandon Hutton arrived last fall vowing to become the best defensive player in the Big Ten.
Determining what Iowa’s starting lineup will look like next season already was sort of a guessing game. And it became even more of one this week with the revelation that
Jake Kelly is back in Iowa, working to put his basketball career together again.
IOWA CITY — Nearly four months after filing paperwork seeking a medical hardship waiver to play one final season at Iowa, Drew Ott finds himself in a race against time.
The only Iowa basketball starter from this season who has eligibility remaining plans to at least see what his chances are in the NBA draft this year.
IOWA CITY — It’s time to move on.
Iowa’s shooting and offensive execution were lacking at times in their first Big Ten loss of the season, but the Hawkeyes still showed the same toughness and fight they have
IOWA CITY — Jarrod Uthoff probably is a heckuva poker player. For that matter, Mike Gesell probably is, too. It’s pretty much true of all five of the veterans in
PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Like everyone else, Fran McCaffery saw the way Purdue thumped an undermanned Rutgers team on Monday night. Unlike almost everyone else, he knew it probably wasn’t going
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery frequently refers to the Big Ten basketball schedule as “18 monsters.’’
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Denzel Valentine was there this time. So were 14,797 screaming fans, most of them clad in green. Didn’t matter to the Iowa Hawkeyes.
IOWA CITY — Exactly one member of the Iowa basketball team was alive the last time the Hawkeyes won a basketball game in the not-so-friendly confines of the Breslin Center
IOWA CITY — Initial worries of a letdown during a frigid start Tuesday night were quickly eased by a commanding finish to the first half by Iowa's newly-ranked men's basketball