Matt Hankins, Trey Creamer charged with disorderly conduct

The Hawkeye cornerbacks were charged and released early Sunday morning.

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Iowa's Matt Hankins (8) blocks a pass during the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 27. The Hawkeyes went on to win 27-20. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Adam Hensley, Pregame Editor

Hawkeye cornerbacks Matt Hankins and Trey Creamer were charged early Sunday morning for disorderly conduct, according to the Iowa City police report.

Both were released.

The charges were made at 1120 Sunset in Iowa City. 

The Iowa football program has yet to release a statement regarding the situation.

Hankins, one of Iowa’s usual starting cornerbacks, did not travel with the team to Penn State. He has been battling injury for the past few weeks, and, as a result, Riley Moss and Julius Brents have filled in for him and teammate Michael Ojemudia.

Hankins, a sophomore from Lewisville, Texas, has 18 tackles and a pass breakup this season.

Creamer, a redshirt freshman from Cartersville, Georgia, has yet to record any statistics this season.

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