Iowa & the art of the no-huddle offense
Is Iowa about to pour a little high-octane fuel on their offense? Iowa is off this weeked but HawkCentral.com’s Randy Peterson takes a look at Kirk Ferentz joking in his press conference that
the Hawkeyes will go no-huddle “100 percent” during the final eight regular-season games
, but jokes aside
Marc Morehouse at the Cedar Rapids Gazette
writes that the “no-huddle will be a part of what Iowa’s going to do as it goes into Big Ten play next week at Penn State until it doesn’t work.”
What do you think? Given that this approach can throw off defenses, why don’t more teams go to this more often? If you’re a fan of another team, does this make Iowa more dangerous if they do it more often? James Vandenberg is already
a pretty good passer, right? Chime in via the comments box below.
Listen below to Kirk Ferentz in his weekly teleconference with reporters earlier this week, and Hawkeyesports.com has his
transcript from Thursday’s media session.
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