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Iowa football’s Riley Moss named Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week

Iowa football’s Riley Moss has been named Walter Camp FBS National Defensive Player of the Week, per a Sunday release. The senior defensive back’s performance in Iowa’s 34-6 win over Indiana Saturday helped him earn the honor from the Walter Camp Football Foundation. Moss recorded two pick sixes in the...
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College football rankings: Penn State, Iowa, UCLA to move up as LSU, Oklahoma drop in top 25 polls

The college football rankings won't get released on Sunday as usual because Week 1 of the 2021 season extends all the way through Labor Day on Monday night when Ole Miss and Louisville will face off in Atlanta. So while we won't be able to make our usual AP Top 25 projections in our normal "Tomorrow's Top 25 Today" column, we can certainly identify movement that is sure to occur once the new rankings are released Tuesday.
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The obvious difference between the 2020 Iowa Hawkeyes and the 2021 varietal is: it’s gonna happen in front of 70 thousand cheering fans. Otherwise, it would be easy to lift yesterday’s performance and place it into the 2020 highlight reel and see a lot of the same for the #18 Iowa Hawkeyes (1-0, 1-0) from their 34-6 victory over the #17 Indiana Hoosiers (0-1, 0-1).

Swarmcast: Rapid Reaction: Iowa dismantles No. 17 Indiana 34-6 inside Kinnick Stadium

What an opening game for the Iowa Hawkeyes. HawkeyeInsider's David Eickholt and Sean Bock analyze Iowa's 34-6 victory over No. 17 Indiana. What should we make of Spencer Petras' performance? What does this mean going into next week? Iowa's secondary proving they are the nation's elite? There's a lot to discuss ahead of next week's showdown between the Iowa State Cyclones and the Hawkeyes. Let's dive into it.

Iowa Hawkeyes re-emerge to the world with a bang against Indiana

IOWA CITY — It was a pregame explosion that turned out just to be the mere snap and crackle to the big bang that quickly followed. Everyone in the Kinnick Stadium crowd of 68,166 knew there would be a sound and fury in the minutes leading up to kickoff of Saturday’s Indiana-Iowa football game that would be loud and, well, furious.

Iowa football vs. Indiana live updates: Riley Moss, Tyler Goodson gives Hawkeyes 14-3 lead after first quarter

IOWA CITY, Ia. — Week 1 is finally here for the No. 18 Iowa Hawkeyes, which open the season Saturday against No. 17 Indiana. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. on BTN. Hawk Central reporters Chad Leistikow, Mark Emmert and Dargan Southard are live inside Kinnick Stadium, as well as photographers Joseph Cress and Bryon Houlgrave. Follow along here throughout the game for live updates and analysis.

Iowa Football Opponent Preview: Indiana

The beginning of every Iowa football season is full of promise, but 2021 has a special feel to it. For the first time since 2019, Kinnick Stadium will be packed to the brim with fans ready to watch the Hawkeyes swarm the newly christened Duke Slater Field. Add in a six-game winning streak from last season and a disappointing end to the 2020 campaign caused by two COVID-related no-contests and one can easily see why the fanbase is alight with anticipation.

5 Iowa Football Newcomers Who Could Contribute in '21

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Selecting potential contributors from the true freshmen class year to year is a challenging but necessary task. It's too much fun predicting who might be the next stars even if it can be a fool's errand. NCAA rule changes during the last decade allows first-year players...

Iowa Football Position Preview: Secondary

Kirk Ferentz answered two questions about defensive back Xavior Williams at Iowa’s football media day in early August. Williams isn’t even on the Hawkeyes’ two-deep. It’s a sign of just how deep Iowa’s secondary is heading into the season. Williams was one of the top defensive backs in the Missouri...

Iowa Football Position Preview: Specialists

Iowa took a chance on Tory Taylor last year. Taylor was from Melbourne, Australia, and had never played American football. But the Hawkeyes needed a punter, and Taylor’s kicking ability was certainly a draw. And all Taylor did in his first season was earn All-Big Ten honors after averaging 44.1...

Iowa Football Recruiting: Class of 2022 Commitments Week 1 Recap

High School football has returned for the 2021 fall season. Let’s take this chance to wave and take notice of these future Hawkeyes. It’s Week 1 of high school football in Iowa. Each week we will examine stats, future opponents, and highlight videos. Jacob Bostick, WR. Hometown: Palatine, IL (Palatine)

Iowa football game day info: Digital tickets, parking, cashless concessions and more

After nearly two years, Iowa football fans are returning to Kinnick Stadium for Saturday’s home opener vs. Indiana. And this year brings a lot of changes: No paper tickets, cash won’t be accepted at concessions stands and paid parking lots (credit or debit cards only), and beer and alcohol will be sold in the stadium for the first time.