Projecting if Max Duggan picks Iowa; Brandon Sorensen’s final NCAA title chance
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Will 4-star quarterback Max Duggan end up playing for the Hawkeyes? Land of 10 answers that question, and more, in the latest Iowa recruiting mailbag.
One last chance
Three-time wrestling All-American Brandon Sorensen is at his final NCAA championships. The tournament starts on Thursday and Sorensen is after the one thing that’s alluded him — a national title. The Des Moines Register’s Cody Goodwin on how Sorensen is trying to cement his Iowa legacy this weekend.
Paving a path to success
If the Hawkeyes are going to have a NCAA wrestling championship to remember, they’ll need to overachieve. How do the Hawkeyes do it? The Des Moines Register’s Chad Leistikow tries to piece together the road Iowa must travel to claim the third or fourth-place trophy.
Names to watch
The countdown is on
Spring practice begins on Wednesday. To prepare fans, Rivals’ Tom Kakert previewed the offensive and defensive lines. The question on defense is who starts at a loaded position group. The question on offense is who replaces future NFL center James Daniels and guard Sean Welsh.
Iowa allowed four runs in the third through six innings and lost to Missouri State 8-3 on Wednesday. Here are the key details from the Iowa athletic department.
Big softball win
Iowa softball picked up its second Top 25 win of the season on Wednesday. The Hawkeyes beat No. 13 Arizona State 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. They fell 9-0 in five innings in the nightcap.
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