Iowa Football Looking for Answers on Offense

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Maybe it was the rumbling from the eastbound Iowa Interstate practice that was passing the Iowa soccer constructing that prompted coach Kirk Ferentz to make a railroad reference on why the Hawkeyes will begin quarterback Spencer Petras in Saturday’s sport towards Nevada at Kinnick Stadium.

“We’re not attempting to drive this practice off the street by any stretch,” Ferentz mentioned Tuesday. “It’s not an intentional derailment.”

Iowa’s offense has been a slow-moving freight practice within the first two weeks of the season, lumbering together with restricted cargo. The Hawkeyes (1-1) have only one discipline objective and one landing, and at simply 316 yards within the first two video games of the season appear like a short-line railroad as a substitute of a transcontinental specific.

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