Iowa players chasing Super Bowl ring; Josh Jackson’s NFL draft future
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Don’t mock this mock draft
Mock draft season is here for the NFL. With the regular season over, draft prognosticators are taking their first legit shot at pegging which players will end up on which team. Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz of USA Today sees former Iowa cornerback Josh Jackson going to the Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 29. Now, the Steelers may end up with a different draft selection as their draft slot will be determined by how long they last in the postseason.
Iowa in the NFL playoffs, part I
The NFL playoffs are here, starting on Saturday. Who has put together the best Iowa performance in the professional postseason? Land of 10 breaks it down and the list includes current radio color analyst Ed Podolak and former safety Bob Sanders.
Iowa in the NFL playoffs, part II
Seven Iowa Hawkeyes are on teams taking part in the postseason. Luke Maiers of Hawkeye Heaven recaps which former players still have a shot at a Super Bowl ring.
QB No. 2
Nate Stanley is firmly entrenched as Iowa’s starting quarterback. But with Tyler Wiegers leaving as a graduate transfer, who is the primary backup now? Land of 10 goes over the options. Don’t be surprised if this battle goes on through preseason camp.
The Iowa men’s basketball team dropped its fourth straight Big Ten game to open league play on Thursday. Ohio State beat the Hawkeyes 92-81, and here is the Land of 10 recap.
Faster than a Hawkeye
No. 13 Maryland topped No. 18 Iowa women’s basketball 80-64 on Thursday. It was the first league loss for the Hawkeyes, and here is a recap.
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