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Road to reunion

The Big Ten’s three newest coaches know one another better than you might think.

Payne: A-Maizing grace for Rudock

Looking past the surface, however, shows Rudock won’t have to go through too much of a gauntlet in that wide-open battle for quarterback in his new home.

Coaching highlights Prime Time title

The July 30 Prime Time championship did something that last summer’s may not have done: pit the two best teams against each other. The teams for Randy Larson’s Westport/Beat the Bookstore and Dan Ahrens’ Jill Armstrong had the two best combinations of talent and balance; each could score in bunches but prided its defense.

Hawks mull running game

With the departure of running back Mark Weisman to the NFL this past off-season, the question of who would take over the bulk of his snaps has been a topic of debate for the past few months. More or less of an incumbent in the backfield, senior Jordan Canzeri was seen as the answer to the question for Iowa’s ground game in 2015.

No more Sisters of the Poor

While it has been long-documented that the Big Ten will move to a nine-game conference schedule in 2016, and it wishes to do away with playing Football Championship Subdivision teams, the league now will require teams to schedule an “intersectional game against autonomy-five opponent.”

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