|Date||Opponent / Event||Location||Time|
|09/01/12||vs. Northern Illinois||Chicago, IL||2:30 PM|
|09/08/12||vs. Iowa State (Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series)||Iowa City, IA||2:30 PM|
|09/15/12||vs. Northern Iowa||Iowa City, IA||2:30 PM|
|09/22/12||vs. Central Michigan||Iowa City, IA||TBA|
|09/29/12||vs. Minnesota (HC) *||Iowa City, IA||11:00 AM|
|10/13/12||at Michigan State *||East Lansing, MI||11:00 AM|
|10/20/12||vs. Penn State *||Iowa City, IA||7:00 PM|
|10/27/12||at Northwestern *||Evanston, IL||11:00 AM|
|11/03/12||at Indiana *||Bloomington, IN||TBA|
|11/10/12||vs. Purdue (FW) *||Iowa City, IA||TBA|
|11/17/12||at Michigan *||Ann Arbor, MI||TBA|
|11/23/12||vs. Hy-Vee Heroes Game vs. Nebraska (FA, S) *||Iowa City, IA||11:00 AM|
Come cheer on the Iowa Hawkeyes on the big screens as they battle it out with Indiana...and help raise money for the Children's Therapy Center!
November 3rd at Modern Woodmen Park
Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. It includes a $5 food and beverage voucher during the game.
Tickets available at the Black & Gold Shop, Modern Woodmen Park box office, or at the Children’s Therapy Center in Moline.
Sponsored in part by WOC 1420, Q106.5, 101-3 KISS-FM, Fox Sports Radio 1230, Scott County I-Club, and the Black & Gold Shop!
IOWA CITY, Iowa - - University of Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz announced Thursday that senior defensive lineman John Sawhill will not continue his career with the Hawkeyes.
Sawhill (6-foot-3, 277), a native of Jefferson, Iowa, joined the Hawkeye program earlier this summer after earning three letters as a member of the Drake University football program, while also earning his bachelor’s degree. He earned second team all-conference honors for the Bulldogs as a junior.
“After experiencing complications from a prior injury during preseason practice, John Sawhill has decided to forgo his remaining year of eligibility to begin work in the private sector,” said Ferentz.
Iowa will hold an open practice this Saturday in Kinnick Stadium, beginning at 12:15 p.m. Fans planning to attend should enter Kinnick Stadium at Gate E. Regular season game-day search procedures will be in place. Fans will have access to only the west grandstands. There will be no autograph session following practice and concession stands will not be open.
Iowa opens the season Saturday, Sept. 1, meeting Northern Illinois at Chicago’s Soldier Field (2:35 p.m., ESPNU). Tickets for the opening game remain available through all Ticketmaster outlets.