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Iowa Names Duke Slater Field at Kinnick Stadium

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced Wednesday the naming of Duke Slater Field at Kinnick Stadium. The naming was approved by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa. Slater, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound tackle for the Hawkeyes from 1918-21, was the first Black student-athlete in school...
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It’s official: Kinnick Stadium’s field named for Duke Slater

The University of Iowa made it official Wednesday and announced that Kinnick Stadium’s turf will now be known as Duke Slater Field. Ryan J. Foley of The Associated Press broke the news a week ago. The naming for the former Clinton High School athlete was approved by the State of...
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Regents approve naming University of Iowa football field for legendary Duke Slater

The Board of Regents has approved a proposal to name the football field at Kinnick Stadium in honor of Hawkeye football great Duke Slater. U-I vice president, Rod Lehnertz, presented the proposal to the facilities committee. “Duke is recognized as one of the greatest players in Iowa football history — and was a pioneer — breaking through racial barriers both in football and throughout his professional life,” Lehnertz says.

Second Round Spotlight: Four Players Who Could Fill a Need for the Bulls at No. 38

The Chicago Bulls may not have a first-round pick when the NBA Draft tips off on July 29th, but Arturas Karnisovas and Marc Eversley will remain hard at work. Chicago will be on the clock when pick No. 38 arrives, and there projects to be plenty of intriguing prospects still on the board. With that in mind, in the days leading up to the draft, we are going to take a look at a handful of second-round names that could spark the team’s interest.
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Zach VanValkenburg confident in Iowa's defensive line: "I think we can be really good"

The Iowa defensive line will look different this fall. The Hawkeyes will be without three of its four starters from last season. Chauncey Golston was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys, Daviyon Nixon, the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and All-American, was drafted in the 5th round by the Carolina Panthers, and Jack Heflin signed as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers.

Where NBA Mock Drafts project Joe Wieskamp, Luka Garza to land in 2021 NBA Draft

It's a big night for Iowa basketball. Two former Iowa basketball players will have a real shot of hearing their name called in the 2021 NBA Draft. The last time Iowa had two players selected in the same NBA Draft was 1998 when Ricky Davis was selected in the first round and Ryan Bowen in the second round. Davis is the last first-round pick for the Hawkeyes.

Clint Barton finally meets Kate Bishop in Hawkeye first look

World, get ready to meet Kate Bishop. In the wake of Loki, the next live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe show due on Disney+ is Hawkeye, and the title doesn't just refer to founding Avenger Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner). As you can see in the first-look photo below, Hawkeye will bring Clint face-to-face with a younger female archer, played by Hailee Steinfeld.
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6 possible targets for Celtics in Thursday's NBA Draft

The Boston Celtics will enter Thursday night’s NBA Draft possessing just one, non-glamorous pick. It will come in the second round, No. 45 overall. But it still offers a chance for new President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens, who traded away the 16th pick in the draft and Kemba Walker earlier this offseason to the Oklahoma City Thunder, to add a young piece to the team.