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    Iowa football fans are using hilarious Cameo-weaponizing tactics to let the king of nepotism Brian Ferentz know how truly awful he is at coordinating the Hawkeyes’ offensive attack. Brian Ferentz is coordinating the Iowa football team’s offense into the ground out of pure and undeniable nepotism at this point. This isn’t like putting Bobby Newport in charge of the nougat division at Sweetums in Parks and Recreation. It is hard to hate Paul Rudd, because the man is so damn good looking and incredibly charming. Unfortunately, Kirk Ferentz’s son is bringing Iowa offensive football back to the stone ages. The Hawks are 1-1, scoring a combined 14 points in two games, including a loss in CyHawk. Iowa football fans have had enough of this, so much so that they are getting notable Iowa alums and fellow coaches to do Cameos unintentionally for Brian, you know, to cheer him up a bit. Former Hawkeyes defensive back and Oklahoma football legendary coach Bob Stoops wants Brian to know that his dad still supports him, but it might be time to get out of...
    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — When a team is coming off a season in which it had one of the worst offenses in the nation, all options are open to fix it. For Iowa, that means opening the competition at quarterback. The battle this spring is between veteran starter Spencer Petras and Alex Padilla. Petras, who missed three games because of injury last season, has started 19 of the last 20 in which he’s appeared. Alex Padilla started three times last season. “I think the good news is that we feel they’re both capable of playing really good football for us,” coach Kirk Ferentz said. “And our goal is to try to get them to play a little bit better and everybody around them helping a little bit more. I think, really, that’s the story of our offense right now.” The Hawkeyes, who were 10-4 and won the Big Ten West last season, were 121st out of 130 Bowl Subdivision teams in total offense, 101st in rushing and 109th in passing. The struggles put focus on the quarterback position, and...
    BOSTON (CBS) — With NFL free agency nearly upon us, the Patriots are bringing back a pair of their own free agents. That includes veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer, who will once again serve as a backup and mentor to Mac Jones. New England has reportedly agreed to terms with both Hoyer and offensive lineman James Ferentz, according to The Boston Globe’s Jim McBride. Hoyer’s new deal is for two years, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss. READ MORE: Massachusetts Gas Prices Level Off At Near-Record $4.35 A Gallon For NowHoyer is currently in his third stint in New England, and with Josh McDaniels now out in Las Vegas, it will be important to have the 36-year-old backup to help Jones navigate his second NFL season. Hoyer played in five games in 2021, completing nine of his 11 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown. READ MORE: March 14 Is Pi Day, Celebrating 3.14 'The Most Important Number' In MathFerentz has bounced from New England’s practice squad and active roster since joining the Patriots in 2017. He has played in 27 games...
    All Iowa football fans want after the Vrbo Citrus Bowl loss to Kentucky is for head coach Kirk Ferentz to fire his son offensive coordinator Brian for being terrible at his job. Poor Iowa football fans saw their once-promising season go to hell in a handbasket thanks in large part to the horrendous play-calling of Brian Ferentz, the offensive coordinator son of longtime head coach Kirk Ferentz. While Kentucky is an excellent program, this loss to the Wildcats is an indictment on the current football operation in Iowa City. A month to prepare for a defense-first Kentucky team and 17 points was all the Iowa offense could muster. This team at one point in the year was No. 2 in the country. Now, the Hawkeyes have four losses on the year and have to answer the big question. Has it really run its course for the Ferentzes in Iowa City? 10 wins at Iowa is a huge accomplishment, but nepotism and putrid offenses aren’t going to cut it in the 2020s. Even more so, noted Hayden Fry disciple and Iowa alum Mark Stoops is...
    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa’s head football coach, Kirk Ferentz, and offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz will not have to spend the team’s bye week answering questions from lawyers for Black former players who say they suffered discrimination, a federal judge ruled. U.S. Magistrate Judge Helen Adams granted a motion Thursday to quash subpoenas that had asked the longtime Hawkeyes coach and his son to appear for depositions on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20. She said the depositions can be delayed until the football season is over in January, as the Ferentzes and lawyers for the university had requested. The ruling came as No. 3 Iowa prepares to host No. 4 Penn State at Kinnick Stadium in a matchup of 5-0 teams on Saturday. Lawyers for seven former players sought to take the depositions as they advance claims of racial discrimination against the university, Brian Ferentz and the team’s former strength and conditioning coach, Chris Doyle. The players’ lawsuit is set to go to trial in March 2023. The former players allege they were demeaned with racial slurs, forced to...
    Akrum Wadley, a former running back at Iowa, talked about being mistreated by Hawkeyes coaches on Monday, and he noted that “playing for Iowa Football was a living nightmare.” Wadley played for Iowa from 2014 to 2017, and in a statement, he brought up head coach Kirk Ferentz, as well as offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz and former strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle as some of the coaches involved. NICK SABAN, ALABAMA PLAYERS DELIVER POWERFUL BLACK LIVES MATTER MESSAGE: 'WE CAN'T BE SILENT' “I feel like playing for Iowa football was a living nightmare,” Wadley said in a statement on Facebook. “I am done giving them power over me. But if I could do it all over again, I wish I never played for the Iowa Hawkeyes. I would not encourage any future athletes or parents to send your kid to go play for the Iowa Hawkeyes under that current coaching staff. “My hope is my story and those of my teammates save others from the experiences, truths, and mistake of playing under and for a coaching staff at Iowa...
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