Transfers Chris Allen, Chris Babb, and Tyrus McGee are reliable shooters. He had 49 yards against Iowa State basketball on less carries. As for the running game of the , they banged the ball on the ground for an average of 138.8 yards per contest.
The football season will be here before we sports fans know it. But before the most popular sport in the state of Iowa takes center stage, I wanted to put a stamp on the college basketball season.
NEEDS TO: Avoid the upset. Yes, it’s Colorado, with all of one win in conference play, and that against No. 10 seed Iowa State basketball. But, the Buffs have played several teams close in conference, including an overtime loss against Texas. Texas is somewhere between a seven and a nine seed in the NCAA Tournament right now, but could fall to a double-digit slot with a loss to a team with an RPI ranking below 200.
After scoring nine in the opening game of the series, the Hawkeyes plated seven runs on four hits in the third inning. A two-run double by Hoffman and a bases loaded walk by Massey led the way in the frame for Iowa. Michelle Zoeller also had an RBI single.
Oklahoma Sooners – 2009 was supposed to be a season in which the Sooners competed for a national title. Instead, Sam Bradford suffered a serious shoulder injury and they went just 8-5 as a result. The injury did allow Landry Jones to get his feet wet, and now Oklahama once again looks poised to win the South.
At 3 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 8, 1923, Jack Trice died of hemorrhaged lungs and internal bleeding throughout the abdomen from injuries sustained during the game.
Jack Trice was born in 1902 in the town of Hiram, Ohio. He was the son of Green and Anna Trice. Jack’s father was a Buffalo soldier, as well as a former slave. In his early life he attended East Tech High School in Cleveland, where he showed a strong early ability in athletics, and he was a star athlete.
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.