Yeah it would have been nice to have him for the entire 2015 season. Maybe he could have been the difference in the Big Ten Championship Game and that never-ending drive MSU went on at the end of the game to get the win.
Oh lord, I forgot about that...
Do you mean what happened to Ott since his Iowa career ended? Last I knew he was trying to get all healed up and still trying to crack the NFL.
My favorite award:
the Jay Scheel Award for Spring Game Excellence Presented by Don Nordmann
Hmm, GIFs should work the same way.
As I recall they contacted Woodbury and/or the UI Sports Information office.
I updated the original post because I felt bad about Woodbury getting hassled about a dumb post that (I assumed -- foolishly) was obviously fake and comedic in nature.
It just dawned on me today that Iowa's gonna have a wrestler named Mr. Kennedy.
Stoll typically walks out to "Imperial March," which is pretty great, but it would be really funny if he came out to Monty Python for a few matches next year.
Stupid fucking Sporting News.
If you want to feel even older, consider this: he was probably born after 9/11.
(I don't know that for sure, because I don't know what his date of birth is -- caring is creepy but I ain't that creepy -- but if he's going to be a HS JR, he's probably around 16.)
Were you trying to post a picture?
The easiest way is to copy the URL for the picture, click the little picture icon (it's the first one in the final box of icons, next to the table, the YouTube icon, and the Twitter icon), and then paste in the URL for the image.
The off-brand schedule has been somewhat beneficial for Iowa in terms of baseball. A player like Robert Neustrom easily could have blown up if he'd been playing a more typical schedule that allowed more recruiters to see him play. They might have been able to lure him out of Iowa. Instead Iowa was his only major offer (and we even offered very late) and he jumped on it.
That said, that approach also depends on actually caring about in-state recruits, which Heller & Co. very much do. Looper not so much.
I definitely see him grabbing that third down back role. Could be more than that, too, if he picks things up quickly.
Minnesota has been very good the last few years -- and some of their best players were Iowans.
But, hey, glad we got that 17th-tier pitcher from California instead...
hmm yes no roof there
He is *not* shy about bringing the lumber when he's in a blocking role.
I think there may have been some concerns about Young and IKM's ability to hold up in blitz pick-up and Sargent's presence could alleviate those concerns a bit, while giving Iowa another weapon in the running game at the same time. We don't see Sargent doing much blitz pick-up per se in these clips (most of his blocks are of the downfield variety for a running QB or a WR), his ability to square up and deliver a thumping hit to a defender seems like a big positive.
This should be the league code: f129031b