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IOWA CITY — There aren’t a lot of Xs to put with the Os just yet.

With staff positions now filled, Iowa football coaches sat down late last week and tossed around a few ideas.

Part of it entails a review of what worked and what didn’t during the Hawkeyes’ 8-5 season last fall. Part entails plans for the future, just what Iowa is capable of given the talent it will put on the field next fall and what wrinkles new offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz plans to install.



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Interesting, go Hawkeyes!

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