What Iowa’s Future Football Schedules Look Like

first_imgIowa Hawkeye fans celebrating during a football game.IOWA CITY, IA – NOVEMBER 5: Iowa Hawkeyes fans look on during the game against the at Michigan Wolverines at Kinnick Stadium on November 5, 2011 in Iowa City, Iowa. Iowa won 24-16. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Like many other big program, Iowa gets pretty far out ahead on its football scheduling. The Hawkeyes have games set through 2025, per FBSchedules.That isn’t as many as some other programs have locked up. In recent weeks, we’ve seen games scheduled out into the 2030s, when it is almost guaranteed that most programs will not even have the same head coach.There’s at least a fair chance that Kirk Ferentz will still be in Iowa City five or six years down the line. Iowa also has a nine-game Big Ten slate, and a standing Power Five rivalry game in the non-conference.That takes up a lot of scheduling room.Here is what this year’s upcoming schedule looks like:Iowa football’s 2019 schedule:Aug. 31: vs. Miami (OH) Sept. 7: vs. Rutgers Sept. 14: at Iowa State Sept. 28: vs. Middle Tennessee Oct. 5: at Michigan Oct. 12: vs. Penn State Oct. 19: vs. Purdue Oct. 26: at Northwestern Nov. 9: at Wisconsin Nov. 16: vs. Minnesota Nov. 23: vs. Illinois Nov. 29: at NebraskaThe Big Ten has set dates for most of the upcoming season schedules as well. For Iowa, those are available on the team website.Here are the non-conference games already set, through 2025.2020:Sept. 5: vs. Northern Iowa Sept. 12: vs. Iowa State Sept. 26: vs. Northern Illinois2021:Sept. 11: at Iowa State Sept. 18: vs. Kent State Sept. 25: vs. Colorado State2022:Sept. 10: vs. Iowa State Sept. 17: vs. South Dakota State2023:Sept. 2: vs. Western Michigan Sept. 9: at Iowa State Sept. 16: vs. Utah State2024:Aug. 31: vs. Illinois State TBA: vs. Iowa State2025:Sept. 13: vs. Northern Illinois TBA: at Iowa State[FBSchedules]last_img read more

Bills DT Phillips will bring hard feelings back to Miami

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips is not waiting to tee off on his former team, the Miami Dolphins.Phillips was released by Miami during Week 5. He said Wednesday he’s glad to be gone, and fired up about his return when the AFC East rivals meet Sunday.“Most people that leave Miami, that’s really when their career gets started,” Phillips told the media in Buffalo after practice.Phillips didn’t identify specific targets of his hard feelings toward the Dolphins, but didn’t try to hide his lingering bitterness. He said whoever has something coming to them is going to get it Sunday.He had a zinger for the Dolphins’ market, too, predicting there will be more Bills fans than Dolphins fans at the game.___AP Sports Writer John Wawrow in Buffalo, New York, contributed to this report.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL___Follow Steven Wine on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Steve_Wine.Steven Wine, The Associated Press read more