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O-line a question mark

For a group of football players who normally don’t ask for the spotlight, the Iowa offensive line comes into the 2009 season providing plenty of intrigue for fans.


Big Ten Preview: Illini offense Juiced up

For Big Ten fans, it’s scary to imagine the league’s best passing offense as better this season. It’s even scarier for Illinois fans, who know their team’s defense will likely be much worse.


New field-hockey captains take up reins

The departure of eight seniors from last year’s Iowa field-hockey team, including three former captains, leaves a significant leadership void.


Coach scours courts for talent

When recruiting, Iowa women’s tennis coach Daryl Greenan gets in his car, sometimes with his wife and 3-year-old daughter, and makes a trip across the country — in some cases even out of it.


Rec Bldg. to shut for 2 months

Because of budget concerns, officials said, the Recreation Building has been closed to the public until Nov. 1.


Kick-pass contest a big hit

Free T-shirts, PowerAde, and a chance for some football. The UI Division of Recreational Services sure knows how to entice newcomers to join intramurals.


Frosh golfer turning some heads

Gigi DiGrazia won the 2008 Class A state championship for girl’s golf with the help of a 20-foot birdie putt. That putt was the last of her 36-hole championship round and also the last of her high-school career.


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