|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 – Chic Ejiasi, a former Hawkeye who currently serves as the University of Iowa’s Director of Player Development, will serve as Iowa’s honorary captain this weekend as the Hawkeyes host Central Michigan (11:01 a.m., BTN) in Kinnick Stadium.
A native of Cedar Rapids, Ejiasi was an Iowa defensive back who lettered from 2001-04. Ejiasi was named to his current position in September, 2008 after previously serving as an administrative assistant for two years.
Ejiasi was a member of Big Ten championship teams in both 2002 and 2004. The Hawkeyes competed in four bowl games during his career, claiming three victories, while posting an overall record of 38-12.
Ejiasi saw action in all 12 games as a senior and earned the Hustle Team Award for his play on Iowa’s special teams. He concluded his career with 49 tackles.
Ejiasi attended Prairie High School. He earned second team all-state honors as a senior and was a first team all-conference selection as a junior and senior. He was team captain and MVP as a senior, playing both wide receiver and defensive back. He set single-game school records for receiving yards (190 yards) and interceptions (four) and also earned four letters in wrestling and track.
In his current position, Ejiasi assists Iowa student-athletes in their transition from high school to being a student-athlete at the college level, as well as helping secure employment opportunities after college graduation. Ejiasi also does extensive work in organizing community service efforts, as well as acting as a liaison between the Academic Student Services staff and Iowa’s football student-athletes.
Ejiasi will accompany the Iowa captains to the center of the field for Saturday’s pregame coin toss.