They improved to 22-9 away from Iowa City this season after winning two of three in the series. In 2010, the Oklahoma Sooners came in ranked 3rd in passing, 83rd in rushing, and 14th in total scoring.
A 2007 study from the University of North Carolina reported that athletes who took arginine for four weeks WITHOUT chaning their training or diet gained about 2 pounds of muslce while losing about 2 pounds of bodyfat.
Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery is adamant that his Hawkeyes are not far off. He trusts his style of play, he trusts what he is teaching and he trusts that his way will work in Iowa City. Iowa fans also are trusting in Fran’s ability.
On the flip side, Iowa State basketball said goodbye to three quality seniors. The Cyclones will bring in some talented players but nothing has been done on the court for any of them. Iowa has more stability with guys who have been there before. Iowa State basketball probably has more talent but lacks in proving they are capable of living up to the expectations.
Kyle Singler needs six more points to reach 600 points for the third straight season. Only Art Heyman and Christian Laettner have accomplished that feat in school history.
There are huge grass areas for overflow fans and visiting spectators.almost guaranteeing a chance at a ticket on your road trip. Another positive is the decent bathroom to spectator ratio, which came in handy.
Dowling and Wall each finished 3-for-5 with two runs scored. Wall posted season-highs in hits and RBIs (four) to go along with her second home run of the year.
As Dan McCool’s significance in the U.S. amateur wrestling community extends past state lines, so does the significance of his layoff. and not just for those of us who regularly read his coverage of the Iowa Hawkeyes or Iowa State Cyclones or the Iowa high school state tournament. McCool’s layoff is a bodyslam to efforts to grow the sport. By being a regular presence in the major newspaper in Iowa, Dan McCool’s expert reporting and sharp writing helped attract new fans – and new athletes – to wrestling.