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Monday, October 5, 2009

10.05.09 - Hawkeye Links

Two deeps for Saturday's Iowa-Michigan game are out. Bulaga, Prater, and DJK are all listed. TE Tony Moeaki is not on the two-deep, but that doesn't mean he won't be by Saturday.

The Gazette's Marc Morehouse elaborates on why Coach Ferentz sees similarities between this year's team and the 2004 Hawkeyes, and previews the Iowa-Michigan homecoming tilt this Saturday.

Andrew Logue of the Des Moines Register has notes from Rich Rodriquez's press conference today. Rich Rod said nothing but good things about Iowa's defense.

ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg keeps the Hawkeyes at #2 in his Big Ten Power Rankings this week, behind only Ohio State:
2. Iowa (5-0, 2-0) -- A letdown against Arkansas State wasn't a huge surprise, though Iowa actually started strong before a shaky second half.
The next two weeks will tell a lot, as Iowa hosts Michigan before visiting Wisconsin. Iowa has a BCS bowl-worthy defense, but how much longer can the Hawkeyes survive major mistakes and inconsistency on offense?
The Hawkeyes fell to 9th in Jeff Sagarin's latest college football ratings. Iowa is #3 in his "ELO-CHESS" ratings which are used as part of the BCS formula, the Hawkeyes were #1 in "ELO-CHESS" last week.

Speaking of Sagarin, ESPN released the ESPN/Sagarin All-Time Ratings for college basketball, and Iowa is ranked as the 10th best program in college basketball history (from 1937-current). The ratings are also broken down by decade. And the only decade which Iowa isn't ranked in the Top 40? The 2000s.