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2017 Schedule
8-5, 2nd in Big Ten - West
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19dSteve Muench and Kevin Weidl

Who are risers of NFL combine Day 2?

George Kittle is among them, whose Indianapolis performance is so important given his injury issues last season.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Impressive workout for Iowa TE George Kittle. Posted an official 4.52 40-yard dash time. 35" vertical jump. 11' broad jump. Good footwork at the top of the route in position drills. Has the size (6-foot-4, 247 pounds) and technique to impact the run game as blocker. Will also have special teams value as a rookie.

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21dMel Kiper and Todd McShay

Combine preview: Who has most to prove?

Michigan S Jabrill Peppers and Ohio State RB/WR Curtis Samuel are among four Big Ten prospects who have a lot to prove in Indianapolis this week.

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28dJesse Temple

Biggest questions for teams in Big Ten West

Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota must pick QBs. Northwestern and Purdue need playmakers. Wisconsin and Illinois need help on the defensive front.

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31dJesse Temple

Biggest strengths of teams in Big Ten West

From Iowa's running game to Wisconsin's linebackers, we examine the biggest strengths of each team in the Big Ten West division.

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34dBrian Bennett

Must-win and trap games of 2017: Iowa Hawkeyes

Iowa's hopes for a West Division title could come down to its game at Wisconsin in November, while a tough opener versus experienced Wyoming awaits.

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44dJesse Temple

Instant impact recruit: Iowa Hawkeyes

Iowa signed four receivers who could make a difference early on, but perhaps no signee has more potential to make an early splash than A.J. Epenesa.

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Iowa names former OC O'Keefe as QB coach

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz announced Friday that Ken O'Keefe, who was his offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 1999-2001, will return next season to work with the signal callers.

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54dTodd McShay

Johnson makes big impression at Senior Bowl

Iowa DT Jaleel Johnson was at his best against good competition during the season and continued that during practice this week.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Senior Bowl: After watching practice, these four defensive players improved their draft stock this week in Mobile -- LB Haason Reddick (Temple), DB Cam Sutton (Tennessee), DT Jaleel Johnson (Iowa) and S Obi Melifonwu (UConn).

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Senior Bowl: Iowa's Desmond King (5-foot-10, 206 pounds) took reps during defensive back drills at both cornerback and safety today. Given his tackling ability and ball skills, King could project as a safety at the NFL level. Physical player in the secondary that challenges WRs in the passing game.

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Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Senior Bowl: Iowa DT Jaleel Johnson boosted his stock today in practice. Natural power at the line of scrimmage. Quick burst off the ball. Plays with leverage too.

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