While appearing on his Wednesday radio show, Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz updated the injury status of some Hawkeyes.
It’s all good news, too:
WR Jay Scheel is almost up to full speed, DE Parker Hesse is back in the rotation and C James Daniels could be good to go when No. 13 Iowa plays North Dakota State at noon on ESPN2.
KF on WR Jay Scheel: "pretty much full speed." DE Parker Hesse back in the rotation. On C James Daniels: optimistic "he'll be ready to go"
— Scott Dochterman (@ScottDochterman) September 15, 2016
Scheel (leg) missed the season opener against Miami (Ohio) but had one catch for 12 yards against Iowa State.
Hesse (left hamstring) hurt himself in the opener after he recovered a fumble in the 45-21 win.
Daniels injured his knee a week ago at practice and missed the Iowa State game. The Hawkeyes won’t want to rush him back, but Ferentz still has optimism.