The Iowa QB sends his prayers to the injured receiver.
Iowa's head coach says others will need to step up while Matt VandeBerg's out with an injury to one of his feet, which he suffered during practice Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. Chad Leistikow / The Register
The Hawkeye defensive end talks about filling in for the injured Drew Ott last year
Bo Bower also has one. He talks about it here and also about football things.
"We want to get back to ... establishing the run early," Iowa's left tackle says.
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- Parker Hesse on Iowa's next-man-in mentality
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It's been a wild 72 hours for Hawkeye fans.
Without their star receiver, Iowa (3-1) will have to adjust their offense when they face Northwestern (1-3) at Kinnick Stadium this weekend.
The Hawkeyes face other challenges this week. Iowa fell out of the Top 25 and new leaders will need to emerge to get the football team back on track. And even before the MVB news, Iowa wide receivers were struggling to get open.
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