Video Sessions -- Monopoly on the game
Cornerback B.J. Lowery didn't show up for interviews Tuesday. That's cool. We can make this work.
Kirk Ferentz brought up Lowery's love of the game Monopoly during his news conference. So, I asked some of the defensive players if they've played him.
Some of those interviews are below.
Some good stuff today, LB James Morris, especially with what Minnesota's offense likes to do.
I didn't get enough of the KMM interview on camera, but make sure to check the audio podcast. I sent it to Scott, it should get in there sometime tomorrow. My question to KMM today was his decision to come to Iowa. He was offered going into the weekend and then was told it was "take it or leave it" before he hopped on the plane for home (Detroit). A lot to lay on an 18-year-old. His answer is really cool. This is a together guy.
The media heard that has tracked Jake Rudock like a walrus in the Bering Sea has thinned. He's a performer and less of "hey, let's see what the new QB thinks."
This is a game this team takes seriously, but it's also THE game that the team takes seriously. The game, as in what they do and not on a particular Saturday but all the time.
WR Kevonte Martin-Manley
QB Jake Rudock
LB Christian Kirksey
WR Jacob Hillyer
WR Tevaun Smith
DT Carl Smith
LB James Morris
RB Mark WeismanFS Tanner Miller