Description - The 50 Greatest Plays in Iowa Hawkeyes Football History by Michael Maxwell
In a series that explores the logic-defying comebacks and tough losses, the dramatic interceptions, fumbles, game-winning field goals, and touchdowns that shape a fan s greatest memories of their beloved team, this book does not disappoint as the ultimate collector s item for Hawkeyes fans. It chronicles the most famous moments in the University of Iowa s football history, including Warren Holloway's miraculous game-ending catch in the Capital One Bowl; "The Kick," Rob Houghtlin's game-winning 29-yard field goal against Michigan in 1985; Gordon Locke's one-yard touchdown plunge to hand Notre Dame their first loss in three years; and Chuck Long's touchdown run in the closing minute to clinch a comeback win over Michigan State. The descriptions of each play are accompanied with game information and quotes from participants, players, and observers with firsthand accounts."
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(234mm x 213mm x 25mm)
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Author Biography - Michael Maxwell
Michael Maxwellis anenvironmental consultant. He earned hisMSin geology at the University of Iowa. He lives in Chicago. Kirk Ferentz is the head football coach at theUniversity of Iowa. He is formerly head football coach at theUniversity of Maine, and was assistant coach to theCleveland Brownsandalso the Baltimore Ravensof theNational Football League. He was a linebacker with theUniversity of Connecticutas a college student. He lives in Iowa City, Iowa. Gary Dolphin is the radio play-by-play broadcaster for theUniversity of Iowa football andmen's basketballteams for Learfield Sports and the Iowa Hawkeye Sports Network. He has held various other positions on radio and television, including a broadcaster position with Northwestern University athletics. He has twice been named "Iowa Sportscaster of the Year" by theNational Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. He lives in Peosta, Iowa. """