Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith is stepping down from the College Football Playoff selection committee to focus on helping first-year football coach Ryan Day. Smith will be replaced by Iowa athletic director Gary Barta.
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Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz on Thursday identified defensive line and tight end as the team's biggest concerns heading into the offseason.
- Gene Smith stepping down from CFP committee
- Hawkeyes looking to plug holes at TE, DL in the offseason
- Iowa star TE Hockenson declares for NFL draft
- Iowa DB Amani Hooker headed to NFL
Trevor or Tua? Tua or Trevor? Quarterback is only the start of the debates for this early look at next season's All-America team.
Oregon QB Justin Herbert returning was reason for the Ducks to celebrate. The news wasn't as good for teams like Penn State and Georgia.
T.J. Hockenson of Iowa, the Mackey Award winner as the nation's top tight end in 2018, declared his intention on Monday to enter the NFL draft.
Iowa junior defensive back Amani Hooker says he will enter the NFL draft. He was the Big Ten's defensive back of the year this season.
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T.J. Hockenson is the first sophomore to win the Mackey Award in its 19-year history and the second player from Iowa, joining Dallas Clark in 2002.
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Iowa TE Noah Fant, who has caught 18 touchdown receptions over the past two seasons, announced his decision via Twitter to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
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The decision made by Iowa TE Noah Fant to skip a bowl game as he readies for the NFL is growing more common every year among top prospects. Doesn't mean Kirk Ferentz has to like it. Quote is from Iowa's press release.
A celebratory head-butt courtesy of Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley left head coach Kirk Ferentz with a bloodied mouth after the Hawkeyes' 31-28 victory over Nebraska on Friday.