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SPORTS


Chaney out for the season

Junior wide receiver Paul Chaney Jr. tore his ACL on a punt return in the first half of Iowa’s game against Michigan.


Video: Football Forum

Today’s Football Forum focuses on Paul Chaney Jr.’s season-ending injury, as well as the Iowa/Wisconsin rivalry.


Commentary: Stanzi deserves more credit

Outside the Hawkeye locker room, Iowa’s leader doesn’t get the respect he deserves.


Battle of tight ends intrigues Bielema

Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema believes the match-up of tight ends will be one to watch when the Hawkeyes and Badgers battle for the Heartland Trophy on Saturday.


Long trip home doesn’t faze distance runner

Former Iowa track star Diane Nukuri Johnson hasn’t been home in eight years.


Leap of faith leads men’s cross-country assistant to Iowa City

Iowa men’s cross-country assistant coach Tad Hulst moved from Michigan to Iowa without a paycheck in hopes of one day becoming a collegiate head coach.


Carty represents AquaHawks at Canada Games

Iowa swimmer Danielle Carty competed for her home province in the Canadian version of the Olympics in August.


Women’s tennis volunteer burns midnight oil

Iowa women’s tennis volunteer assistant coach Chris Lueth coaches, teaches, and studies for his master’s degree.


Intramural athlete takes step on different court

UI student Kendall Gifford tries a little bit of everything.


Commentary: Flag-football players need to calm down

In a game meant to be fun, players who yell and gripe are marring the experience.


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