2014 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS | 1
2014 IOWA FOOTBALL
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
Director, Athletic Communications:
Athletic Communications Staﬀ:
James Allan, Chris Brewer, Jil Price, Patrick Sojka, Traci Wagner
Steve Roe (cell is 319-430-6346) Matt Weitzel (cell is 319-430-8176)
Athletic Communications Phone:
Athletic Communications Fax:
Football Press Box Phone:
2013 Big Ten Record:
2014 Outback (L, 21-14 to #14 LSU)
Gold and Black
Big Ten (West Division)
Herky the Hawk
Kinnick Stadium (1929)
Public — $395, Staﬀ — $325 Students — $175
Single Game Tickets:
$70 (Iowa State, Wisconsin, Nebraska) $65 (Indiana, Northwestern) $60 (Northern Iowa) $55 (Ball State)
120-100 (18 years)
Record at Iowa:
108-79 (15 years)
Big Ten Record:
41 returning (23 oﬀense, 17 defense, 1 special teams) 16 lost (6 oﬀense, 8 defense, 2 specialists)
DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME, TV 2012 RESULT
#& Aug. 30 Northern Iowa Iowa City TBA DNP Sept. 6 Ball State Iowa City TBA DNP Sept. 13 Iowa State Iowa City TBA W, 27-21 Sept. 20 at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. TBA DNP Sept. 27 at Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. TBA W, 38-14* Oct. 11 Indiana Iowa City TBA DNP Oct. 18 at Maryland College Park, Md. TBA DNP$ Nov. 1 Northwestern Iowa City TBA W, 17-10 (OT) Nov. 8 at Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. TBA W, 23-7 Nov. 15 at Illinois Champaign, Ill. TBA DNP Nov. 22 Wisconsin Iowa City TBA L, 28-9 Nov. 28 Nebraska Iowa City TBA W, 38-17# - - Varsity Club Day; & - - Fry Fest Weekend; * - - Homecoming; $ - - Family Weekend
NOTE: Times listed are central time and subject to change
2014 IOWA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
The University of Iowa is a major public research university with a longstanding commitment to teaching, research, and service.Founded in 1847 as Iowa’s ﬁrst public institution of higher learning, the University has long been a national leader in such areas as creative writing, space physics, and health sciences.Today the University enrolls over 30,000 students in undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs.The faculty of about 1,600 members is teachers and researchers in 11 colleges: Business, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Graduate, Law, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health and Pharmacy.
14/10 Oﬀense: 8/3 Defense: 5/6 Specialists: 1/2
Oﬀensive Starters Returning (8):
OL Austin Blythe; FB Adam Cox; WR Kevonte Martin-Manley; QB Jake Rudock; OL Brandon Scherﬀ; WR Tevaun Smith; OL Jordan Walsh; RB Mark Weisman.
OL Conor Boﬀeli; TE C.J. Fiedorowicz; OL Brett Van Sloten.
Defensive Starters Returning (5):
DL Carl Davis; DB Desmond King; DB John Lowdermilk; DL Drew Ott; DL Louis Trinca-Pasat.
DL Dominic Alvis, LB Anthony Hitchens, LB Christian Kirksey, DB B.J. Lowery, DB Tanner Miller, LB James Morris.
Specialists Returning (1):
P Connor Kornbrath.
Specialists Lost (2):
LS Casey Kreiter, PK Mike Meyer.
Spring Practice Begins:
Wednesday, March 26
Saturday, April 26
Spring Media Schedule:Wednesday, March 26:
Coach Kirk Ferentz press conference, 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 2:
Assistant Coaches LeVar Woods and Jim Reid press conference, 12:30 p.m. Selected Player Interviews, indoor practice facility, 1 p.m. Video and Photo opportunity, ﬁrst 15 minutes of practice, time TBA
Wednesday, April 9:
Assistant Coaches Chris White and Bobby Kennedy press conference, 12:30 p.m. Selected Player Interviews, Indoor practice facility, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 12:
Open practice at Valley Stadium, West Des Moines, 1 p.m. Coach Ferentz and selected player interviews following practice
Wednesday, April 16:
Assistant Coaches Reese Morgan and Brian Ferentz press conference, 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 23:
Coordinators Greg Davis and Phil Parker press conference, 12:30 p.m. Selected Player Interviews, indoor practice facility, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 26:
Spring Game, Kinnick Stadium, 2 p.m. Coach Ferentz and selected player interviews following practice
Big Ten Kickoﬀ Luncheon:
Monday-Tuesday, July 28-29 (Chicago Hilton, Michigan Ave., Chicago).