Sept. 22, 2006
- Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series
- Order your Gold Bowl I , Blackout Saturday II t-shirts
- Order the “Video Season Ticket”
- The Schedule: 2006 and beyond
- Cruise with Kirk
IOWA CITY — Are you ready for the Big Ten? Gary Dolphin, the radio voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes is. He’s just wondering why he had to pack his bags for the first league game of the season for the seventh time in eight years.
Dolphin talks about that little glitsch in the Big Ten scheduling system and more in today’s installment of “The View from the Press Box,” available exclusively inside Hawkeye All-Access.
Also, later in the day, the radio voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes will be joined by Ed Podolak and Rob Brooks as the Hawkeye Radio Network provides live play-by-play coverage of the nationally ranked Iowa Hawkeyes’ visit to Champaign, Ill., for their 2006 Big Ten opener against Illinois.
Game time at Memorial Stadium is set for shortly after 11 a.m. Iowa time.
The latest installment of Dolphin’s “View” can be found inside the “Features” area of the “Football” page inside Hawekyes All-Access, the multi-media area of hawkeyesports.com, the official world wide web sites of the Iowa Hawkeyes. To become a subscriber, click on “Hawkeye All-Access” in the upper right hand corner of the home page of hawkeyesports.com. Then, click on “Sign In.”
Subscribers to Hawkeye All-Access receive the following programming each week during the college football season:
Kirk Ferentz Weekly Media Conference
Each Tuesday during the season, Ferentz visits with the media. Exclusive live coverage begins at 12:30 p.m. inside Hawkeye All-Access and continues for approximately 30 minutes.
Hawk Talk with Kirk Ferentz
Each Wednesday during the season, Ferentz and Gary Dolphin, the radio voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, take a seat at Carlos O’Kelly’s in Iowa City for 90 minutes of questions-and-answers from listeners tuning in on one of the more than 50 affiliates of the Hawkeye Radio Network or via the world wide web.
Kirk Post-Game from Kinnick
When the Hawkeyes are at home, Ferentz’s post-game visit with the media is broadcast live within Hawkeye All-Access. Ferentz is typically behind the microphone 20 to 30 minutes after the final whistle.
Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz
The weekly television show of Iowa head football coach is exclusively available inside Hawkeye All-Access each Monday at 9 a.m.
Iowa Football Replay Show
Produced each week by the UI Department of Intercollegiate Athletics for distribution on the Mediacom Connections Channel, the Iowa Football Replay Show is a fast-forward, 60-minute look at the Hawkeyes’ most recent game. The Iowa Football Replay Show is exclusively available inside Hawkeye All-Access each Wednesday at 9 a.m.
The Brooks Brothers
Rob Brooks teams with his father, the legendary Bob Brooks, on two audio reports on the Hawkeyes each week during the college football season. The first is available on Wednesdays and its Bob visiting one-on-one with a Hawkeye. The second is Bob and Rob’s take on the Hawkeyes’ next game. That edition of The Brooks Brothers is typically available on Fridays at noon.
The View from the Press Box
Gary Dolphin, the radio voice of the Iowa Hawkeyes, offers his unique perspective on Saturday’s game each Saturday morning when “The View from Press Box” goes live exclusively inside Hawkeye All-Access.
Inside Iowa is a daily look at the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of Iowa. Some days, you get Gary Dolphin. Other days you get Brent Balbinot. The only thing for certain is the Inside Iowa is available each Monday through Friday inside Hawkeye All-Access shortly after 8 a.m.
Expanded Post-Game Coverage
Video of interviews with UI coaches and student-athletes after each game, home and away.
Yes..even more. When basketball season rolls around, there will be expanded coverage of the activities of Coach Steve Alford and Coach Lisa Bluder’s squad. Ditto for Terry Brands’ Iowa wrestling team Cindy Fredrick’s Iowa volleyball squad and, in collaboration with UITV, more coverage of UI’s many other teams and student-athletes.