Are You Ready?

Aug. 26, 2005

The schedule of broadcasts of the 2005 special one-hour pre-season edition of “Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz” has been finalized and kicks off this weekend with airings scheduled on a variety of television stations and cable television systems across the statewide and elsewhere.

Hosted by the voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, Gary Dolphin, the 60-minute look at the nationally ranked 2005 Hawkeyes includes appearances Kirk Ferentz, Drew Tate, Jason Manson, Marcus Schnoor, Marques Simmons, Mike Elgin, Brian Ferentz, Ed Hinkel, Clinton Solomon, Chad Greenway, Abdul Hodge, Jovon Johnson, Marcus Paschal, and Kyle Schlicher.

The sports staff KCRG-TV9 – eastern Iowa’s television home for “Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz” – headed by long-time and award-winning sports director John Campbell take a special look at the Hawkeye offense, defense and special teams.

The television special also takes fans of the Hawkeyes into the renovated south endzone of historic Kinnick Stadium, onto the playing field for a look back at last week’s “Kids Day”, and ends with a musical tribute to the Hawkeyes.

Fans of the Hawkeyes may also opt to watch the special pre-season edition of “Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz” online by visiting the home page for Hawkeye All-Access inside, the official world wide web site. The pre-season show will be another free sample of the type of audio and video content available exclusively to subscribers of Hawkeye All-Access. A link to the pre-season show will be available Monday, Aug. 29.

Iowa opens its 2005 season Saturday, Sept. 3, against Ball State. Game time is set for 11 a.m. inside historic Kinnick Stadium. A limited number of tickets are available. All other home games of the 2005 Hawkeyes are sold out.

Click HERE for information about the regular season schedule for Iowa Footabll with Kirk Ferentz, the weekly television show of Iowa’s head football coach.

Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz
2005 Pre-Season One-Hour Special

KCRG-TV9 Cedar Rapids
September 2, 7 pm

KDSM-TV Des Moines
August 28, 5 pm

KYOU-TV Ottumwa
August 27, 5 pm

WBQD-TV Quad Cities
August 27, 12 pm
August 28, 4 pm

KLJB-TV Quad Cities
August 28, 11 pm

KMEG-TV Sioux City
August 28, 11 pm

Cox Cable – Omaha
Channel 802
August 29, 8 pm

Mediacom Connections
Des Moines System
August 26, 6 pm
August 27, 5 pm,
August 28, 11:30 am, 11 pm
August 29, 10:30 pm
August 31, 9:30 pm

Mediacom Connections
Cedar Rapids System
August 26, 6 pm
August 27, 5 pm,
August 28, 11 am, 11 pm
August 30, 7 pm
August 31, 7 pm

CBTV 17, Council Bluffs
Channel 17
August 29, 7 pm
September 4, 7 pm

Sunshine Network
September 1, 3 pm ET

College Sports Television
August 31, 6 pm ET

Comcast Sportsnet Chicago
August 28, 11 pm
September 1, 4 pm

Comcast Sportsnet Michigan
August 29, 4:30 pm ET

Lakes 37
Channel 7
August 30, 8:30 pm
September 1, 8:30 pm

City of Cedar Falls TV Division
Channel 15
September 1, 7:30 pm, 9:30 pm, 11:30 pm

Fairfield Public Access, Fairfield
Channel 9
August 31, 7:30 pm
September 1, 7:30 pm

Spencer Municipal Utilities
Channel 3
August 31, 7 pm
September 1, 7 pm
September 2, 7 pm
September 3, 10 am

City of Hawarden
Channel 10
September 1, 7 pm