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One-on-one with Hawkeye safety Jake Gervase

Daily Iowan Sports Editor Pete Ruden asked Hawkeye safety Jake Gervase some interesting questions unrelated to football.

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Boston College wide receiver Kobay White (9) catches the ball over Iowa's Jake Gervase (30) during the first half of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 27.

Boston College wide receiver Kobay White (9) catches the ball over Iowa's Jake Gervase (30) during the first half of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 27.

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Boston College wide receiver Kobay White (9) catches the ball over Iowa's Jake Gervase (30) during the first half of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 27.

Pete Ruden, Sports Editor

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Daily Iowan: If you could play any position, what would it be?

Jake Gervase: Probably running back, just because I was a quarterback that ran the ball a lot in high school, and it was a lot of fun. I liked having the ball in my hands, so running back would be fun.

DI: If there was going to be one person on the team who was going to be a standup comedian, who would it be?

Gervase: Sam Brincks. He’s pretty clever and witty, and he’s kind of a goofy guy.

DI: If anyone could play you in a  movie, whom would you choose?

Gervase: Ryan Gosling, because he’s a stud.

DI: Who is the most overrated music artist?

Gervase: I’m not a huge music guy. I don’t have an answer for you. That’s a tough one. I don’t know enough artists that are overrated.

DI: What’s your favorite concert that you’ve ever been to?

Gervase: My girlfriend took me to Brantley Gilbert last spring, and that was awesome.

DI: What’s your dream job after football?

Gervase: My dream job after football would be owning my own company and being able to travel the world. That would be sweet.

DI: What was your favorite TV show growing up?

Gervase: In high school, “Prison Break” was a go-to. I was a big “Prison Break” fan on Netflix.

DI: What about as a young kid?

Gervase: As a young kid, I would say “CatDog.”

DI: What is the best food deal in Iowa City?

Gervase: That’s a tough one. I’m just going to go with 60-cent wings at B-Dubs on Thursdays.

DI: Who is the best NBA 2K player on the team?

Gervase: I don’t play video games, either; that’s tough. I can give you a guess, though. I think Chauncey Golston. I feel like I’ve heard he’s good.

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Pete Ruden, Sports Editor

Pete Ruden is the Sports Editor at the DI, where he has worked since the beginning of his college career. He has covered a variety of sports at the DI,...

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