Hawk Central Podcast

Hawk Central Podcast

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September 16, 2020 46 min
Ross Peterson is joined by the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert to discuss their excitement and start to break down the Big Ten playing football starting the weekend of October 24th. They talk about what this may mean for the other sports, start to break down the X's and O's, hypothesize about the schedule including possible Friday games. They also deal with the difficult question: "What if the...
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The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert join Ross Peterson as the guys talk about expanding the NCAA men's basketball tournament and how much madness they could bring to March Madness. Then the trio chat about Iowa Hawkeye football before bringing in the Register's Matthew Bain to talk about Hawkeye recruiting.
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Ross Peterson hosts Hawk Central with the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert. The guys talk about the passing of Hawkeye Basketball Coach Robert Luther "Lute" Olson. They also get into Big Ten football, President Donald Trump weighing in and more.
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August 31, 2020 48 min
Hawk Central 8-26-20
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Trent Condon fills in for Ross Peterson and is joined by the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and to start the show they chat with Coy Cronk's father Nick Cronk, Daviyon Nixon's father Rodney Nixon and Justin Britt's father Sam Britt as the parents give their perspective as to the Big Ten cancelling the fall sports in 2020 and go over the questions they have that were left unanswered. Trent and Chad then get in...
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Trent Condon and Chad Leistikow talk about the Big Ten's lack of transparency and chat with Hawkeye football parents.
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August 12, 2020 48 min
Emery Songer fills in on Hawk Central and along with the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert they react to the Big Ten announcing that the fall sports will be moved to the spring. The guys try to figure out why the Big Ten has made this decision while other conferences are still waiting to make a call. They also get into realignment possibility and the future of the Big Ten and other conferences.
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August 5, 2020 46 min
Hawk Central 8/5
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August 5, 2020 46 min
U of I Director of Football Operations Ben Hansen calls in to talk about the challenges facing the upcoming football season, Trent Condon and Mark Emmert dissect the independent investigation report, run down the 2020 Hawkeye football schedule and Luka Garza staying for his senior season
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July 30, 2020 49 min
Hawk Central 7/29/20
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Emery Songer sits in and along with the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert start the show off discussing the Hawkeye football offseason before chatting with Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach Phil Parker. Parker discusses racial relations issues bringing up comments from Amani Hooker and Josh Jackson before getting into more football centric topics. The guys also chat about the difficulties faci...
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Ross Peterson is joined by the Des Moines Register's Mark Emmert and Chad Leistikow as they chat about the Big Ten football scheduling and asking what the Hawkeyes have to play for this college football season. They also discuss the racial investigation and finish chatting some basketball.
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Ross Peterson is joined by the Des Moines Register's Mark Emmert and Chad Leistikow to talk Hawks and they start out discussing COVID-19 and its impact on sports. They then talk about the Rasir Bolton investigation as he claims racist remarks by Penn State's head coach Pat Chambers are the reason he transferred to Iowa State regarding remarks of a "noose." They end the program chatting some hoops.
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July 6, 2020 21 min
Ross Peterson and Mark Emmert talk with Iowa Assistant Football Coach Tim Polasek.
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Ross Peterson and Des Moines Register's Mark Emmert talk about COVID-19, fans and tickets and possible transfers, and Hawkeye basketball coach Sherman Dillard calls in
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June 17, 2020 48 min
Coach Levar Woods calls in to talk Hawkeyes with Ross Peterson and Chad Leistikow
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Ross Peterson and Erick Zamora are joined by the Des Moines Register's Mark Emmert and they break down the big issues of the week for the University of Iowa including Kirk Ferentz, Chris Doyle and the University's responses to the allegations against them regarding race. James Daniels, DJK and others' messages are broken down and there is a discussion about the culture and how Daniels' initial comments seem to have...
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June 8, 2020 40 min
Chad Leistikow and Mark Emmert discuss allegations of racial disparities in the Iowa Football Program and Kirk Ferentz' response.
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Ross Peterson and the Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow start the hour off with the Hawkeyes' Defensive Line Coach Kelvin Bell as they have a frank conversation about George Floyd, protests and race relations in the country. Coach Bell discusses having open and transparent conversations, something well done is better than something well said and he also talks a few other topics including taking a COVID test and Jack Hef...
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Andrew Downs chats with Mark Emmert and Chad Leistikow from the Des Moines Register as they talk Iowa sports. They chat with head baseball coach Rick Heller and some potential schedule changes going forward as well as talk about the Hawkeyes game plan to return back to athletics.
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