Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe talk about NFL Draft Prospects on the 2021 Iowa Football roster, a big recruiting period coming up in June, in-state prospects, Iowa Baseball and Softball pushing for postseason, Lisa Bluder's incentives bump and Hawkeye Track at B1G Outdoor Championships this weekend.
In the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast, we answer who is the most talented Iowa Football player of all time, which former Hawkeye would I team up with in a 2-on-2 street fight, which former Hawkeyes will enjoy the best seasons in the NFL and NBA, and what Iowa offensive lineman is poised for a breakout season?
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe return for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. The dive deep into Spring Football observations, reflect on takeaways from the NFL Draft, discuss CJ Fredrick signing with Kentucky and address Iowa hiring a new school president.
In the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast, we discuss the coaches Iowa Athletics can least afford to lose, the NFL Draft, the impact of a new university president on Hawkeye Sports, if Iowa will add to its men's basketball roster and more.
Former Hawkeye offensive lineman David Porter joins the show. Porter is the chairperson of the advisory board comprised of former players that was formed in the wake of the racial allegations made against the program last year.
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe return with a new episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They analyze the Iowa Men's Basketball roster for 2021-22 with Jordan Bohannon returning and Filip Rebraca joining, discuss what they'll be watching at Saturday's open Iowa Football practice and break down the Hawkeyes in the NFL Draft.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe bring you the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. Diving into CJ Fredrick transfer, in-depth review of Iowa Football's open practice and important conversations in the building and NFL Draft upcoming.
In the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast, we talk about whether or not Fran McCaffery was blindsided by CJ Fredrick transfer decision, what is in the portal for Hawkeyes, guys who have transferred from the Hawkeyes, Iowa Football injuries, logjam of guards for Iowa women's basketball and more.
Don Patterson joined the show at the beginning to discuss Iowa football's open spring practice over the weekend.
Hawkeye soccer coach Dave DiIanni joined the show after Patterson to discuss his team's remarkable Big Ten Tournament championship run.
Scott Dochertman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They talk about what they'll be watching Saturday during the open practice at Kinnick Stadium, including QB, DL and freshmen receivers, what they learned this week about the Iowa Football Advisory Committee's work, Fran McCaffery's transition into the increased dependance on the transfer portal, Joe Wieskamp and Jordan Bohannon's future and the hot streak for Hawkeye Baseball.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot podcast. They discuss spring football, including QB competition and deep secondary, Luka Garza unanimous national player of the year and NFT pioneer, Iowa basketball in the transfer portal, the Hawkeye Express is no more and Michael Kemerer's return for Iowa wrestling.
In the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast, we answer a question from former Iowa center James Daniels on overall athletic department success and how it compares across the Big Ten, looking into the transfer portal, defensive line outlook and more.
The Athletic's Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe return for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They discuss the first spring depth chart, the NIL and how it relates to Jordan Bohannon potentially returning for sixth season, what Jack Nunge's departure means for Iowa Basketball and Scott's outlook for Iowa's NFL Draft hopefuls.
Your Prep Sports publisher Ryan Murken and Rob Howe come together for another episode of the Seven Nation Podcast. They discuss early-season spring sports results and look ahead to what the track season might hold. They also talk a little boys golf and about the new football coach at Iowa City Liberty.
The Athletic's Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe from Hawk Fanatic get together for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast.
In this episode:
Fans Back at Iowa Sporting Events - Spring Football in Kinnick? (1:45)
Men's Basketball - Oregon Loss, End of Era, Potential Incoming/Outgoing Transfers, Look ahead to '21-22 (9:55)
Women's Basketball - Lisa Bluder Reloads, Caitlin Clark Goes National (53:45)
Wrestling - National Champs again, Legends of Spencer Lee grows, '21-22 Outlook (1:03:20)
Football - Who helped themselves most at Pro Day? (1:13:20)
In the latest HF Mailbag podcast, we discuss why the men's basketball team's season ended before the Sweet 16, transfer rumors of players leaving and coming in, needs for next year, expectations for the 2021-22 campaign and who helped themselves at the Iowa Football pro day on Monday:
Hawk Fanatic's Pat Harty and Rob Howe bring you a rapid review podcast following Monday's 95-80 Iowa loss to Oregon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. They analyze statistics, share what they thought was the difference in the game and look ahead to next year, including what the starting lineup may look like.
Scottt Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast.
They talk about:
-#NotNCAAProperty Movement (10:30 mark of podcast)
-Fran McCaffery Contract Extension (39:45)
-Riley Mulvey Commitment & Hawkeye Basketball Recruiting - Grad Transfer? (47:05)
-Iowa Men's NCAA Tournament outlook (58:00)
-Iowa Wrestling at nationals (1:14)
-Iowa Women's Basketball (1:34:16)
-New Iowa football assistants (1:40.09)
In the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast, we discuss how many scholarships Iowa Basketball will have open for next season and how it might fill them, thoughts on the new assistant coaching hires, comparing Ladell Betts to Shonn Greene as Hawkeye running backs, how far Iowa can go in the NCAA Tournament and more.
Ryan Murken and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Seven Nation Podcast. They wrap up the prep basketball season and discuss the newly released high school football assignments for 2021-22.
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast, looking at the basketball postseason, the number/jersey retiring controversy, Spencer Lee and Iowa Wrestling and spring football.
A new HF Mailbag Podcast looks at the process for retiring jerseys and numbers, and what went wrong with that process for Hawkeye Basketball. Also, why Connor McCaffery plays more than Keegan Murray, and looking ahead to men's and women's basketball rosters for 2021-22.
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They talk about upcoming action for Iowa men's basketball and what's at stake, retiring numbers, the Big Ten picture overall, new Iowa Football offensive line coach George Barnett, football contracts and acts performing at this year's state fair.
-Who would win a best-of-seven series between the 1986-87 and 2020-21 Iowa men's basketball teams?
-What will the Hawkeye starting lineup look like to tip off '21-22?
-How far can the Iowa men and women go in their respective NCAA Tournaments?
-What seed will the Iowa men receive in the Big Dance?
-What's the latest on the Iowa Football assistant coaching search?
-Previewing Iowa Basketball's big week.
-Talking about Luka Garza's record, retiring his number and the school's need to honor its hoops past.
-Can Iowa get a No. 1 Seed?
-Breaking down Hawkeye football's NFL Draft eligible players during a time when the combine normally would be held.
-Iowa quarterback recruiting.
-Iowa wrestling claims title during odd season and looks ahead to postseason.
Rob Howe returns with the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast. Can Iowa basketball make a March run? What's the latest on the Iowa assistant coaching search? How close is the player of the year race between Ayo and Luka? Gary Barta?
Iowa baseball coach Rick Heller joined the show to discuss his team not yet having its 2021 schedule and also gave a preview of this year's squad. Tyler also rambles about Iowa football team departures and women's basketball.
The Athletic's Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe from Hawk Fanatic are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast:
Talking Rap Music
Iowa Basketball airing issues with officiating (8:40)
Rutgers Review/CJ Fredrick's Return, Injury Outlook/Two-Foul Strategy (24:50)
Chris Doyle Hired (57:40)
Previewing Saturday's Michigan State game (1:10:20)
Iowa Football Schedule Released (1:16:30)
What it means - Mark Kallenberger, Tim Polasek, Derrick Foster Moving On (1:32:50)
Ryan Murken and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Seven Nation Podcast. They discuss Class 2A and 3A girls basketball pairings, highlight other area hoops, look ahead to district wrestling and state swimming.
Former Hawkeye football player Brion Hurley joined episode 17 of the Devine Line. Tyler and Brion talked about Hawkeyerecap.com, where Hurley posts video of Hawkeye sports games of yesteryear, and Tyler tells Brion about doing snow angels with Hawkeye wrestling legend Dan Gable. Tyler also rambles about Iowa wrestling and men's basketball.
Scott Dochertman from the Athletic and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They discuss whether it was a good or bad thing that Iowa basketball relied so heavily on its bench against Michigan State, preview the Ohio State and Indiana games, talk about Iowa Football's 2021 recruiting class, break down the quarterback competition heading into the spring and look at Hawkeyes playing in the Super Bowl.
Rob Howe returns with the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast. In this edition, he talks about which '21 recruits could help this fall, Iowa basketball's player rotation, his all-Kirk Ferentz teams, recruiting defensive tackle and more.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They preview Iowa Basketball's game at Illinois and look at the Big Ten picture, discuss the Senior Bowl and the Hawkeyes headed to the NFL, look at the wide receiver position heading into the 2021 season and dive into recruiting with the late signing period beginning next week.
Rob Howe returns with the latest episode of the Mailbag Podcast, answering your Twitter questions about Iowa athletics. This week he discusses the puzzle of quarterback recruiting, why the Hawkeyes are having trouble landing a running back in the 2021 Class, basketball rescheduling and outlook for Iowa football next fall.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They preview the Indiana-Iowa basketball game, talk about logistics for rest of regular season and postseason, look at Iowa Football's defense with Matt Hankins coming back and Djimon Colbert exiting, and dive into some football recruiting.
Rob Howe is back answering your Twitter questions in the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast. Will any of the Iowa QBs transfer? what's going on in the transfer market? Can Iowa fill out its '21 recruiting class and what are the options at RB? Who makes up the midseason all-Big Ten team?
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return for a new episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. The discuss the latest Hawkeye basketball news, close the book on the '20 Iowa Football season, look at recruits and transfer options for the offseason, analyze the running back position for '21 and talk about an important winter of strength and conditioning.
Four-star Iowa defensive line commit Aaron Graves joined the show. Graves is currently the only player verbally committed to Iowa's 2022 recruiting class and has been committed since he was a freshman. The Gowrie, Iowa, native also is a top 100 recruit nationally, according to Rivals.com.
Rob Howe returns to answer your Twitter questions in the latest episode of the Mailbag Podcast. What does Iowa Basketball 2021-22 look like? Is Iowa State Iowa Football's toughest game in '21? Would paying college athletes keep them from leaving early for the pros?
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They analyze what several football position groups heading into the 2021 offseason, break down the latest with Hawkeye basketball and more.
Rob Howe returns with the latest episode of the HF Mailbag Podcast. He looks at who in the 2021 football recruiting class might play right away, discusses Brian Ferentz's performance and digs into what the '22 recruiting class might look like for the Hawkeyes.
Rob Howe answers your questions and reads your comments from Twitter. How does Xavior Williams fit into the Iowa secondary? Will Raimond Braithwaite be the full-time strength coach? Who was Iowa football's '20 MVP and most surprising player?
For the final time this year, Don Patterson makes his weekly Monday appearance. Patterson discussed the cancelation of the Music City Bowl in which Iowa was scheduled to play Missouri in Nashville, Tenn. Patterson also reflected on Iowa's 6-2 season.
Ryan Murken and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Seven Nation Podcast. They talk about Iowa City public schools returning to competition and catch you up on all the latest in area sports.
Don Patterson joined the show to look ahead to Iowa's Music City Bowl matchup with Missouri. Former Hawkeye basketball player Jeff Moe also joined the show to look back on his Hawkeye playing days and to discuss his recent move to Iowa City.
Pat Harty and Rob Howe break down No. 3 Iowa's 99-88 loss to top-ranked Gonzaga Saturday in South Dakota. They also share thoughts on former Hawkeye Bret Bielema being back in the Big Ten as coach of Illinois Football.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. It's loaded with talk about the College Football Playoff rankings and Gary Barta, reviewing the Heartland Trophy game, possible Hawkeye Bowl destinations, recruiting signing day and Sparkle the Cat's campaign for Carver.
Will Michael Myslinski end up at Iowa? Can Iowa basketball win all or most of its games? Is this Iowa's best football recruiting class on paper? Will Kevin Warren be fired? Who replaces Seth Wallace as linebackers coach if he leaves after the season?
Former Iowa sprinter Lake Kwaza and former tight end Brandt Yocom joined the show. Kwaza talked about her transition from track to the USA bobsled team while Yocom talked about his days as an Iowa tight end in the 1970s, and playing for Frank Lauterbur and Bob Cummings.
With national signing day for high school football recruits coming Wednesday, Tyler Devine spoke to Iowa commits Cooper DeJean, Jeremiah Pittman and Arland Bruce for episode 15 of The Devine Line podcast. The three interviews cover a variety of topics from signing national letters of intent to video games and more.
As he does every Monday during the football season, Don Patterson joined the show. Patterson broke down Iowa's decisive victory over Wisconsin on Saturday and looked ahead to Iowa's upcoming matchup with Michigan during Big Ten Championship Week. Patterson also gave his opinion on Iowa basketball star Luka Garza.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of The Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They look back at Iowa's football win at Illinois, ahead to its contest with Wisconsin Saturday, discuss the No. 3-ranked Hawkeye basketball team's win against North Carolina and the departure of cornerback Julius Brents and more.
Rob Howe answers your Twitter questions about Hawkeye Sports. Will Iowa lose any more players to the transfer portal this year? Will CJ Fredrick play more minutes than Luka Garza moving forward? What's the offensive game plan against Wisconsin's tough defense? Which Hawkeye football players will win major national awards? Will Tyler Goodson throw out of the wildcat?
As he does every Monday during football season, Don Patterson joins the show. Patterson broke down Iowa's win over Illinois on Saturday and looked ahead to the Hawkeyes' upcoming game against Wisconsin.
Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe are back with the latest edition of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They discuss Iowa Football against Nebraska game, including Clapgate, look ahead to Illinois and share early thoughts on No. 3 Hawkeye Hoops.
As he does every Monday during football season, former Iowa offensive coordinator Don Patterson joined the show. Patterson looked back on Iowa's win over Nebraska and ahead to Iowa's matchup with Illinois on Saturday.
Waukee native and Iowa basketball signee Payton Sandfort joined the Devine Line on Friday. Sandfort talked about being the only player in Iowa's 2021 recruiting class, his family's basketball background and his golf game.
Former Iowa basketball player Adam Haluska joined the show Wednesday to preview the Iowa men's basketball team's season opener against North Carolina Central. Haluska will join the show periodically throughout basketball season to provide insight.
Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They look back at Iowa's win at Penn State, ahead to the Black Friday matchup with Nebraska and discuss the merits of cranberry sauce.
As he does every Monday during football season, former Iowa offensive coordinator Don Patterson joins the show. Patterson reflected on Iowa's 35-7 drubbing on Minnesota on Friday, and previewed Iowa's game at Penn State this Saturday.
Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe return with the latest edition of the Hawk Fanatic Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. In this week's episode, they preview the Battle for Floyd, talk about Iowa's recent transfers and talk about basketball media day with high expectations for the Hawkeyes.
Tyler talks to Iowa women's basketball freshman guard Caitlin Clark about the high expectations surrounding her, what she does during her free time, and whether or not she has a sibling rivalry with her brother who plays football at Iowa State.
Scott Dochterman and Rob Howe preview Saturday's Iowa Football Big Ten opener at Purdue, discuss the Hawkeyes' approach to the national anthem and the merits of demands of eight former football players.
Veteran recruiting analyst Tom Lemming joined the Devine Line podcast this week. Lemming, who has been covering national recruiting for over 40 years, recently made a trip through Iowa to see some of the in-state football talent. Lemming also talked about the best high school players he has ever seen and Tyler babbles boringly about Iowa's upcoming matchup with Purdue.
Answering your Twitter questions - Who will be Iowa's second-leading scorer in men's basketball? Can Iowa Football become part of the nationally conversation this season? What does Hawkeyes' running game need to average on the ground for success?
Is West High football at title contender in 4A? What is City High football's playoff outlook? Are sticking with Clear Creek Amana football as a playoff sleeper? How is West Branch football set up for the postseason? How has Liberty High volleyball gotten so good this early in its program? Does Solon have 2 country teams that can win trophies at the state meet? Regina senior Annalee Bartels keeps winning. How good is she?
Is Marcus Morgan the best QB in the State? How big is City's game against Liberty? How much do we know about the Lightning? Can CCA surprise in the playoffs? Is Regina the team to beat in Class A? How impressive is Solon's 18-game win streak against rival Mount Vernon? Is West Branch poised for a playoff run?
Episode 10 of The Devine Line podcast features former Iowa basketball players Bob Hansen and Mark Gannon. Bob and Mark spoke about playing for the late Lute Olson, how their team has remained close over the years and tell stories from their playing days. Tyler also spoke with his close friend Joe Aschenbrenner (Twitter: @TheAschole) about the Chicago Cubs, the NFL and more.
Margaret McCaffery, wife of Iowa men's basketball coach Fran McCaffery joins the show. Also, former Iowa swimmer Vickie Nauman calls in to discuss the ongoing fundraising efforts for the four University of Iowa sports that were recently cut.
Iowa director of recruiting Tyler Barnes joined the show this week. The Tylers talked about the difficulties of recruiting in the era of COVID. Tyler Barnes also peels back the curtain a bit on the inner workings of college football recruiting.
Tyler talks to sophomore Iowa basketball guard Joe Toussaint about what he misses most about New York City, high expectations for the Iowa men's basketball team and about how Joe eats too much McDonald's.
Former Iowa football player/coach Broderick Binns joins the show. Binns was recently named University of Iowa Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Binns played defensive line at Iowa from 2008-11.
Iowa men's basketball coach Fran McCaffery joins the show to discuss Luka Garza's return, the possibility of a basketball season and the high expectations for his team this season. Pat and the guys also talk Cubs baseball and White Boy Rick and take phone calls.
Tyler talks with 2021 Iowa football commit Arland Bruce out of Kansas City about growing up in Kansas City, his NFL Hall of Fame relative and the current situation with Iowa football, among other topics. This episode is brought to you by Joe Gaffey of Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors.
Former Iowa defensive back Marcus Paschal joined the show to discuss how he got into coaching, some of his favorite memories as a Hawkeye football player and his reaction to the allegations by former players of racial bias within the program.
On this episode, Tyler interviews Iowa basketball target James Graham whose recruitment has blown up recently. Tyler also blabbers about football recruiting, the national anthem debate and tells you to wear a damn mask.
Pat and the guys talk about whether or not there will be a college football season and Tyler Devine calls in to discuss his new podcast, "The Devine Line" and to talk some football and basketball recruiting.
Tyler interviews Iowa basketball commit Josh Ogundele, whose arrival on campus is currently uncertain. Tyler also rambles about the pandemic, the Big Ten's announcement of a conference-only football season.
Former Hawkeye running back Ronnie Harmon breaks years of silence by calling into the show to discuss his Iowa career, the current allegations of racial injustice within the Iowa football program and, yes, the 1986 Rose Bowl.