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Hawkeye History Podcast: James Vandenberg

IOWA CITY, Iowa – James Vandenberg became the next man in on an extreme level. He established himself as the prime example of that Iowa football mantra. For the first nine games of the 2009 season, the redshirt freshman quarterback helped prepare starter Ricky Stanzi for action. When the latter went down with a leg injury in Week 10 against Northwestern, Vandenberg was called to duty. The Hawkeyes were unbeaten and ranked in the Top 10 at the time. They were challenging for a Big Ten Championship. With Stanzi sidelined the following week at Ohio State, Vandenberg started for the first time in his college career in The Shoe. He helped the Hawkeyes put up a strong fight before they fell in overtime. Vandenberg went on to start two seasons after Stanzi’s graduation. He experienced the highs and lows of being the Iowa quarterback. He played served as the No. 1 for one season under offensive coordinator Ken O’Keefe and the other under Greg Davis. It turned out to be a tough transition. We caught up with Vandenberg for our latest Hawkeye History Podcast, in which he talks about the coaching change, stepping in for Stanzi as a freshman and what he learned from all of his college experiences.

46 MIN2 days ago
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Hawkeye History Podcast: James Vandenberg

HN Podcast: Oliver Martin & Jim Delany

Miller and Deace discuss Rob Howe’s item from HN saying Oliver Martin is joining the Iowa football program, and Jim Delany’s legacy.

37 MIN5 days ago
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HN Podcast: Oliver Martin & Jim Delany

Hawkeye History Podcast: Warren Holloway

Warren Holloway delivered one of the most memorable plays in Hawkeye History. The receiver from Chicago hauled in the game-winning touchdown catch as time expired to give Iowa a 30-25 victory against defending national champion LSU in the 2005 Capital One Bowl. I caught up with Holloway for our latest Hawkeye History podcast. He shared some great stories, including breaking down his famous play, some regrets he has some his time at Iowa, a funny Kirk Ferentz memory and more.

63 MIN1 weeks ago
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Hawkeye History Podcast: Warren Holloway

Latest Episodes

Hawkeye History Podcast: James Vandenberg

IOWA CITY, Iowa – James Vandenberg became the next man in on an extreme level. He established himself as the prime example of that Iowa football mantra. For the first nine games of the 2009 season, the redshirt freshman quarterback helped prepare starter Ricky Stanzi for action. When the latter went down with a leg injury in Week 10 against Northwestern, Vandenberg was called to duty. The Hawkeyes were unbeaten and ranked in the Top 10 at the time. They were challenging for a Big Ten Championship. With Stanzi sidelined the following week at Ohio State, Vandenberg started for the first time in his college career in The Shoe. He helped the Hawkeyes put up a strong fight before they fell in overtime. Vandenberg went on to start two seasons after Stanzi’s graduation. He experienced the highs and lows of being the Iowa quarterback. He played served as the No. 1 for one season under offensive coordinator Ken O’Keefe and the other under Greg Davis. It turned out to be a tough transition. We caught up with Vandenberg for our latest Hawkeye History Podcast, in which he talks about the coaching change, stepping in for Stanzi as a freshman and what he learned from all of his college experiences.

46 MIN2 days ago
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Hawkeye History Podcast: James Vandenberg

HN Podcast: Oliver Martin & Jim Delany

Miller and Deace discuss Rob Howe’s item from HN saying Oliver Martin is joining the Iowa football program, and Jim Delany’s legacy.

37 MIN5 days ago
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HN Podcast: Oliver Martin & Jim Delany

Hawkeye History Podcast: Warren Holloway

Warren Holloway delivered one of the most memorable plays in Hawkeye History. The receiver from Chicago hauled in the game-winning touchdown catch as time expired to give Iowa a 30-25 victory against defending national champion LSU in the 2005 Capital One Bowl. I caught up with Holloway for our latest Hawkeye History podcast. He shared some great stories, including breaking down his famous play, some regrets he has some his time at Iowa, a funny Kirk Ferentz memory and more.

63 MIN1 weeks ago
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Hawkeye History Podcast: Warren Holloway

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