Ferentz, Iowa stumbling as Big Ten play arrives
IOWA CITY (AP) — Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz shook up his staff in the offseason because he believed back-to-back 4-4 finishes in the Big Ten simply weren’t good enough.
Right now the Hawkeyes don’t look like they can finish anywhere near .500 in the league.
Iowa’s slow descent into mediocrity began just a few short weeks after Ferentz signed a 10-year contract extension ahead of the 2010 opener. It sped up on Saturday when Central Michigan scored nine points in the last 45 seconds for a 32-31 victory.
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