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2018 Schedule
8-5, 3rd in Big Ten - West
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Ferentz faces an unusual rival: His neighbors

A Feb. 6 trial is scheduled in a lawsuit that pits Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz and his wife against the three other families who live along a private road outside Iowa City.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa lost a second standout today to the NFL draft as an early entrant. Junior James Daniels, a two-year starter at center, declared his intentions Friday, joining All-America cornerback Josh Jackson. Daniels was an honorable-mention All-Big Ten pick in 2017. Iowa had not lost a player early to the NFL since 2011. Coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed the departure of both in addition to the transfer of graduate QB Tyler Wiegers to Eastern Michigan.

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Big Ten dominates bowl season (1:29)
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Iowa scores late to take New Era Pinstripe Bowl (1:12)
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Hawkeyes are New Era Pinstripe Bowl champions (2:54)
22d

Iowa rallies to beat Boston College 27-20 in Pinstripe Bowl

Drake Kulick fought for a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter on his only carry of the game and Iowa beat Boston College 27-20 in the frigid Pinstripe Bowl on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium to snap a five-game bowl losing streak.

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Iowa's Kulick muscles in for go-ahead TD (0:34)
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24dESPN Recruiting

Midterm football recruiting class grades

The first early signing period is in the books. With almost seven weeks until national signing day, some grades are incomplete, but here's how teams have fared.

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Draft prospects on display in Pinstripe Bowl (1:09)
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37dAdam Rittenberg

2017 ESPN All-America team

Headlined by Heisman winner Baker Mayfield at QB and Butkus winner Roquan Smith at linebacker, here is ESPN's 2017 All-America team.

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39d

Iowa LB Jewell wins Lott IMPACT Trophy

Josey Jewell of Iowa has won the Lott IMPACT Trophy as the college defensive player having the biggest influence on his team.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

There's no such thing as bad publicity, huh? College football has proven that wrong again over the past week — the latest example involving Iowa, which is getting absolutely dragged through the mud by those making the CFP case against Ohio State. It is ugly out there, Hawkeyes. You may want to shield your eyes today.

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RBs Jones and Wadley highlight Big Ten's best

Ohio State's Sam Hubbard registered his best game of the season against Michigan, while Markell Jones put up the best rushing performance of his career in Purdue's 31-24 win against in-state rival Indiana.

55d

Wadley, Fant help Iowa dominate Nebraska in 56-14 win

Akrum Wadley ran for 159 yards and three touchdowns and Iowa scored 28 points in less than a 7-minute span over the halves on its way to a 56-14 win over Nebraska on Friday in what could have been coach Mike Riley's last game with the Cornhuskers.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa finishes Nebraska and Mike Riley. Final score in Lincoln: 56-14.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

A 28-point third quarter (and still going) gives Iowa a 42-14 lead in Lincoln. A few thousand Nebraska fans are leaving Memorial Stadium, but others appear intent to stand their ground in the face of repeated embarrassment and usher this brutal season to an end in person. Yes, it's ugly enough that Bill Moos may just want to pull the plug tonight.

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Fant takes off for 68-yard score (0:38)
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Iowa's Wadley scores again (0:27)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Fantastic start to the second half for Iowa, which scored twice in seven plays and forced a Nebraska punt. The Hawkeyes have doubled up, 28-14, on the Huskers, who may not have anything left in the tank after this quick third-quarter strike in the season finale.

Team Stats

Passing Yards190.293rd
Rushing Yards139.297th
Points For28.2
Points Against19.9Tied-20th

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