Nov. 5, 2010
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — The nationally ranked Iowa Hawkeyes play the first of three November road games Saturday when they square off against the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington, Ind., at 11 a.m. Iowa time. The game will be televised live to a national audience by the Big Ten Network.
The two teams have split their last 10 games. Add that fact to the reality that the Hawkeyes won a big game last week against Michigan State and the fact that, contrary to popular belief, the Hoosiers are far from void of talent, and you have a head coach who has his eyes wide open to the challenges that also include playing on the road in the Big Ten Conference.
“Yeah, I think I said (last) Saturday afternoon you always worry about something. Right now we’re worried about prosperity. A week ago we were worried about being in the ditch. There’s always something to worry about. That’s just how it goes,” Ferentz said Tuesday afternoon when he visited with the local, regional and national media that assemble regularly in the Hayden Fry Football Complex.
“Yeah, I think I said (last) Saturday afternoon you always worry about something. Right now we’re worried about prosperity. A week ago we were worried about being in the ditch. There’s always something to worry about. That’s just how it goes.”
“Last week I’m sure there was some negativity, I’m just guessing, out there as our guys went around campus, read newspapers, all that type of thing. This week I’m sure we’re heroes. The truth is somewhere in the middle usually. Last week can get forgotten real fast. I know that. That’s sports and that’s life. We got to enjoy it Sunday, now we go back to work.”
IOWA at INDIANA
Saturday, Nov. 6 (11 a.m. Iowa time)
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Hawkeye Radio Network
The game — and all games of the 2010 Iowa Hawkeyes — will be broadcast live on the Hawkeye Radio Network with Gary Dolphin, Ed Podolak and Rob Brooks calling the action. The pre-game show begins two hours before kickoff. For the list of Hawkeye Radio Network affiliates, click HERE.
The broadcast is also available exclusively online inside Hawkeye All-Access, the multi-media portal of hawkeyesports.com, the official world wide web site of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Subscribers to Hawkeye All-Access can also watch live and exclusive coverage of Kirk Ferentz’s post-game media conference. To subscribe to Hawkeye All-Access, click HERE. To review the offerings inside Hawkeye All-Access, click HERE.
The broadcast is also available on satellite radio compliments of Sirius and XM. For more information, click HERE.
Official Game Day Blog
Fans of the Hawkeyes are also invited to register to participate in the very popular Official Iowa Football Game Day Blog. To learn more about the blog and to register to participate, click HERE.
Need the most up-to-date game statistics and play-by-play? No one is faster and more accurate than the GameTracker service inside hawkeyesports.com. To access GameTracker, click HERE, then just click on the GameTracker link to the right of the Hawkeyes’ 2010 schedule.
Next Week for Iowa
Iowa travels to Northwestern for an 11 a.m. Iowa time date with the Wildcats. The game will be televised live by either ESPN or ESPN2.