Dolphin: The View from the Press Box

Oct. 28, 2006

IOWA CITY — The Iowa Hawkeyes need to turn the focus more on itself than Northern Illinois, Gary Dolphin says in today’s installment of Dolph’s “View from the Press Box” available now inside > Hawkeye All-Access , the multi-media area of

Dolphin said he’s not sure who will be the quarterback. Jason Manson and Jake Christensen both looked sharp in the practices that he attended. “But what I really like is the offensive and defensive lines are almost back to full health,” the voice of the Hawkeyes.

He thinks the Hawkeyes will dismiss the opportunity to pass-pass-pass against one of the nation’s weaker pass defense teams. Instead, it will likely be run-run-run in an effort to keep a very talented Northern Illinois offensive unit off the field.

The Iowa Hawkeyes entertain Northern Illinois Saturday at historic Kinnick Stadium. Kickoff for this year’s “Blackout Saturday” game is set for shortly after 11 a.m. The game will be televised live by ESPNU. As always, fans of the Hawkeyes can listen to the Hawkeye Radio Network over-the-air and online

Saturday’s home game is the first of three in a row at Kinnick for the Hawkeyes, who are 5-3 overall and 2-3 in Big Ten play after a hard-fought 20-6 loss at Michigan last Saturday.

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Kirk Ferentz Weekly Media Conference
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Hawk Talk with Kirk Ferentz
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Kirk Post-Game from Kinnick
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Iowa Football with Kirk Ferentz
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Iowa Football Replay Show
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The Brooks Brothers
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The View from the Press Box
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Inside Iowa
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Expanded Post-Game Coverage
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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.