Iowa football is always the main topic in Iowa Breakfast Club, Land of 10’s daily Hawkeyes notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Hawkeyes sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Iowa football, recruiting, basketball and more.
How does Iowa rebound?
Kirk Ferentz has been here before. The Hawkeyes can follow the blueprint laid out by his 2008 team, which also had to rebound from a tough loss at Michigan State. Let Land of 10 explain how the 2017 team can follow the lead from the 2008 squad.
Who are you?
Nothing is more important for the Iowa offense than figuring out what it is. Right now, the Hawkeyes aren’t quite sure. Land of 10 breaks down why this needs to be addressed as Iowa prepares to face Illinois on Saturday.
Where does Iowa sit?
Marc Morehouse of the Cedar Rapids Gazette took a big picture look at where the Iowa football team sits right now. The complimentary elements the team needs to be there for success aren’t showing up.
What comes next?
The Hawkeyes are 0-2 in Big Ten play. Mark Emmert of the Des Moines Register examines what it takes for the team to keep the season from slipping away.
Does a picture say 1,000 words?
The folks over at Rivals put together another picture story from an Iowa football game. See what the images from the Michigan State game say about the contest.
Where is the offense?
David Schwartz of HawkeyeNation.com wrote about the Iowa offense in wake of its Michigan State performance. He took a look at where things stand and the challenge before offensive line coach Tim Polasek as the Hawkeyes enter Week 6.
The loss to Michigan State assured Iowa wouldn’t enter the Associated Press Top 25. And with two straight losses the Hawkeyes will need to string together multiple wins to have a shot at thinking about the Top 25.
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