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

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:Aviation confabThe International Civil Aviation Organization will continue its triennial assembly in Montreal on Monday. The U.N. agency, which is meeting in part to discuss how to reduce the sector’s environmental impact, cancelled its meetings Friday in solidarity with climate protesters led by Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. GDP statsStatistics Canada will release gross domestic product data by industry for July on Tuesday. The agency’s recent reading for real gross domestic product in the second quarter showed an unexpectedly solid turnaround for an economy that was coming off its weakest back-to-back quarters of growth since 2015.Cenovus outlookCenovus Energy will hold an investor open house in Toronto on Wednesday, where it will unveil its five-year outlook. The Calgary-based company is among several oilsands producers considering the construction of diluent recovery units as a solution to ongoing pipeline project delays.Pot lookaheadCanaccord Genuity will hold its second annual U.S. Cannabis Symposium on Thursday. Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. recently said it wants to be one of the “key players” in the North American cannabis market by using its position in Canada — where use of the substance for recreational purposes is legal — to achieve this goal.Trade numbersStatistics Canada will release Canadian international merchandise trade data for August on Friday. The agency reported last month that Canada’s merchandise trade balance with the world went from an essentially balanced position in June to a $1.1 billion deficit in July. This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 29, 2019.The Canadian Press read more

Guinness truck sheds its load causing major traffic delays in Dublin

first_imgTHERE ARE SIGNIFICANT delays on Victoria Quay in Dublin this evening after a Guinness truck shed its load blocking traffic.The road remains open but is down to one lane. No one is believed to be injured in the incident and gardaí are at the scene.In order to ease traffic, the bus lane has been opened for use by other rush hour road users.(Sam Boal/Photocall)Dublin Bus said that some bus services may be disrupted because of the accident.Gardaí will remain at the scene until the accident is cleared.There is very heavy traffic on approach. Road users are urged to use an alternative route if possible. Statue of Arthur Guinness unveiled in his hometown>The story of Arthur’s Day, in tweets>last_img