Nov. 1, 2004
Inside Iowa is a daily look at the Iowa Hawkeyes, compliments of the Hawkeye Radio Network, the exclusive radio home of the University of Iowa football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and the weekly call-in shows of Kirk Ferentz, Steve Alford and Lisa Bluder.
Today (Monday, Nov. 11)
Gary Dolphin talks about Iowa’s hard luck on the injury front and with Kirk Ferentz about the improvement in the play of the Hawkeyes’ offensive line and special teams — two areas that need to continue to improve if Iowa is expecting to remain in the win column.
Friday, Oct. 29
The Hawkeyes square off against the Fighting Illini on the gridiron Saturday in Champaign, Ill. Gary Dolphin talks a little football plus takes one last look at Sunday’s Big Ten Conference Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships.
Thursday, Oct. 28
Brent Balbinot takes a look at Sunday’s Big Ten Conference Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships on the Ashton Cross Country Course on the UI campus. The course is dedicated at 9:45. The women’s championship will start at 10:45; the men’s race will follow.
Wednesday, Oct. 27
Brent Balbinot visits with John Davey, head coach of the UI’s men’s swimming and diving team, about his 2004-05 Hawkeyes, last week’s season opener against nationally ranked Wisconsin and the remainder of the ’04-05 year.
Tuesday, Oct. 26
Brent Balbinot talks a little defense with Crystal Smith and Jamie Cavey of Coach Lisa Bluder’s Iowa women’s basketball team. The Hawkeyes are only weeks away from their 2004-05 season-opening exhibition game Nov. 4 against the Australian Institute for Sport in Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Monday, Oct. 25
Gary Dolphin talks with UI women’s cross country coach Layne Anderson and Hawkeye men’s cross country coach Larry Wieczorek about Sunday’s Big Ten Conferene Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships.
Friday, Oct. 22
Steve Alford talks about the addition of Adam Haluska to the lineup for the 2004-05 Iowa Hawkeyes.
Thursday, Oct. 21 Larry Wieczorek talks about his team’s chances of advancing to this year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Cross Country Championship.