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DITV Sports: On to the Next: Tweets of the Week 4

Destinee Cook, DITV Sports Director November 12, 2021

The Iowa Baseball team reacts to the announcement of their NCAA Tournament seed in the Feller Room at Carver-Hawkeye arena on Monday May 29, 2017. The Hawkeyes earned an automatic bid by winning their first ever Big Ten Tournament. They were awarded a 4 seed and will play in the Houston Regional starting on June 2 against host Houston. The game will be televised on ESPNU at 7p.m. (The Daily Iowan/Nick Rohlman)

Heller’s Hawkeye baseball heads to Houston

Nick Rohlman May 29, 2017

The Iowa baseball team will travel to the Houston Regional of the NCAA Baseball Tournament on June 2. The Hawkeyes received an automatic bid after defeating Northwestern, 13-4, on May 28 to win their...

Iowa tight end George Kittle is tackled by Minnesota linebackers Jonathan Celestin and Cody Poock in Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015. The Hawkeyes defeated the Golden Gophers, 40-35 to stay perfect on the season. (The Daily Iowan/Rachael Westergard)

Gophers digging out of hole

June 15, 2016

By Jordan Hansen [email protected] Part 2 of The Daily Iowan’s early summer look at the Big Ten. Remember Tuesday when we talked about the whirlwind that was Illinois? Let’s use another weather...

B1G Notebook: Lovie Smith joins in

B1G Notebook: Lovie Smith joins in

Jordan Hansen, [email protected] April 14, 2016

The seven Big Ten West Division schools took part in the annual spring teleconferences on Wednesday. Just one new coach — Illinois’ Lovie Smith — joins the division this year. He, of course, coached...

Power rankings: Eyeballing Big Ten baseball

Power rankings: Eyeballing Big Ten baseball

Blake Dowson, [email protected] March 25, 2016

And just like that, the opening weekend of the Big Ten baseball season is here. The Iowa baseball team will open conference play this weekend with Maryland coming to town. The Daily Iowan staff takes...

Road to reunion

Road to reunion

August 3, 2015

The Big Ten’s three newest coaches know one another better than you might think. By Charlie Green [email protected] CHICAGO — After nearly four decades of coaching, the winding road that had...

No more Sisters of the Poor

August 3, 2015

By Jordan Hansen [email protected] CHICAGO — During the second day of the Big Ten media days, Commissioner Jim Delany unveiled the league’s plan to continue strength-of-schedule improvements. While...


Big Ten West running dry

Charlie Green, [email protected] August 4, 2015

CHICAGO — Finding a feature running back to replace the departed Mark Weisman is a major theme of Iowa’s 2015 off-season and fall camp — a job that figures to go to LeShun Daniels Jr., Jordan Canzeri,...

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