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The Todd Brommelkamp Show with Alex Kuhn

Words with Ferentz as Kirk met with the media in Iowa City earlier today. Ed Creech joins the program to wrap up the MLB season. Kennington Smith of the Des Moines Register stops by talking Iowa Football to wrap up the show.

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (11-11-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:28


Chad Leistikow of The Des Moines Register discussed the Iowa-Wisconsin game and the temperature of various coaches' seats after some offensive improvements over the last couple weeks.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Unexplained
Season 06 Episode 25: Once There Was a Way (Pt.2 of 3)

Unexplained

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 33:56


Part Two of Season 06 Episode 25: Once There Was a Way  In August 1984, two years after the disappearance of Johnny Gosch, yet another young Des Moines Register and Tribune newspaper deliverer goes missing...  Go to twitter @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplainedpodcast or unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In The Room
161. A Lot More Ups

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 61:03


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody brings you interviews from both Iowa and Iowa State ahead of another full weekend of wrestling. STORIES • Lisbon state champ Brandon Paez commits to Northern Iowa wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/11/10/lisbon-wrestling-state-champ-brandon-paez-commits-northern-iowa-recruiting/69637017007/  • Wrestling Mailbag: Iowa State's 3-0 start, Iowa's lineup, Spencer Lee, true freshmen, more: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/11/08/wrestling-mailbag-iowa-state-cyclones-beat-wisconsin-iowa-hawkeye-lineup-spencer-lee-ncaa-wrestling/69626890007/  • Westwood's Jackson Dewald commits to Air Force: https://twitter.com/codygoodwin/status/1590793271466668032?s=20&t=yvB2Qvzx6-WNEecPhjKNZw  • Alivia White commits to Iowa women's wrestling: https://twitter.com/codygoodwin/status/1590176843701030912?s=20&t=yvB2Qvzx6-WNEecPhjKNZw  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

Omaha Sports Insider
The Nick Handley Show - Hour 2 (11-11-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 42:56


Hour two discussed Nebraska Football's mindset as a program as it moves forward with a new coach and also looked around the Big Ten and college football, including a conversation about Iowa-Wisconsin with Chad Leistikow of The Des Moines Register.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Room
160. The Snowball Rolled Down The Hill

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 38:58


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody links up with Ryan Holmes to discuss Iowa State's impressive season-opening weekend. Follow Ryan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mr_RHolmes  STORIES • Wrestling Mailbag: Iowa State's 3-0 start, Iowa's lineup, Spencer Lee, true freshmen, more: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/11/08/wrestling-mailbag-iowa-state-cyclones-beat-wisconsin-iowa-hawkeye-lineup-spencer-lee-ncaa-wrestling/69626890007/  • Iowa State wrestling begins 2022-23 season with impressive 26-6 win over Wisconsin: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/11/06/iowa-state-wrestling-opens-2022-23-season-by-beating-9-wisconsin/69586334007/  • Weight-by-Weight look at the Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup for the 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/31/iowa-wrestling-weight-by-weight-season-outlook-for-2022-23-lineup-big-ten-tom-brands-spencer-lee/69586309007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

Breakfast with an Alcoholic
Liner Notes for Episode 25

Breakfast with an Alcoholic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 18:39


At one point in Episode 25, Jane and I were talking about keeping the plates spinning while drinking and I said something to the effect that being an alcoholic requires you to be leading at least two lives at the same time. That got me thinking about spies.Paul McCartney wrote one of the greatest spy movie themes ever. When I first heard “Live and Let Die,” I was 10 or 11 and I thought it was just the coolest song. One of the advantages of having an early morning paper route is that you can sing and hum and no one can hear you. I can remember softly singing this as I delivered papers in the dark:When you've got a job to doYou've got to do it wellYou've got to give the other fellow hell.I don't think the Des Moines Register was necessarily looking for that level of commitment from their carriers, but I was ready. So, like I said, Paul McCartney wrote one of the great spy movie themes of all time and then he wrote this:I've always been obsessed with spies and espionage. I was a lonely, shy kid and spent a lot of time watching everyone else. I had a difficult time connecting with people and always felt very awkward. Consequently, I tried to be a really keen observer of other people, why did they do the things they did, what were the appropriate reactions? I was a little like the young boy at the school befriended by Jim Prideaux in “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy”: “You're a good watcher, aren't you? You notice things.”Like every good spy story, mine evolved from being simply a “good watcher,” to realizing that I had tracks to cover, secrets to keep. I'm not sure when thoughts like that began to creep into my consciousness, but I quickly determined that my success in life, my ability to make friends, connect with people, generally get along in the world, required me to keep an awful lot of stuff secret. I came to believe there was a part of me that was so shameful, humiliating, wrong, bad, defective, that it could simply never be shared with other people.I'm pretty sure that narrative was a big part of the reason I saw such a bright light when I started drinking at 15 or 16. The strain of carrying around all of those secrets was already a lot. I'm sorry, don't get the idea that I drank because I liked the taste or just wanted to be popular at parties. By 17, I was sitting by myself at a bar in the afternoon. That's how deeply ingrained it was in me, how deeply cut that groove already was. I needed to drink—that question was already settled.I've told the story about the night I realized I was an alcoholic: The sudden realization, of course while drinking alone, that drinking was way too important to me, occupied way too big a part of my life, was really already beyond my control. The icy churn in my gut came from knowing that I couldn't even conceive of a situation where I could or would stop drinking. Now I had a real secret to keep:I was an actual teenage alcoholic.This was not a game to me, what was at stake was the most important thing in my life: My drinking. If I couldn't keep this secret, I'd lose it and that simply couldn't happen. It was a huge secret to keep and I did. I was a pretty f*****g awesome spy.By my Junior year of high school I was a pretty ferocious everyday drinker and weed smoker. I also played basketball, had a part-time job after school at the local newspaper and was the state debate champion. I think my debate coach was the only person who knew I was drinking, and he had no inkling how much. He walked past the scene of a Beach Party I had staged in my room at the Cedar Rapids Marriott and came to my very hungover breakfast table the next morning expressing concern, but suggesting that he knew it had been the work of "older kids." That was another important piece of the puzzle for this budding spy: I realized that people really didn't want to believe I was an alcoholic or had a problem. That was very, very useful knowledge and helped me keep drinking for the next four decades.I managed a pretty successful career, raised a family, had what looked like a pretty idyllic life and no one really suspected anything until it all finally blew up in 2011. My alcoholism came as a complete surprise to everyone, that's how well disguised it was. Well, I knew it was coming. I had known since that night at Magoo's in 1981. I knew there would be a day of catastrophe, when everything finally got discovered—I just didn't know when that was going to be.I'm fascinated by the story of how the British and Americans ultimately broke the German and Soviet codes in World War II. I think about Kim Philby and the Cambridge Five, who reached the highest levels of British society and the intelligence establishment, all while spying for the Soviets. Philby, who had risen to head of Counter Intelligence at MI6, had to know the Americans were steadily decrypting all of the intercepted Soviet communications from the war and that there was inevitably going to be a day when he would finally and inexorably be exposed as traitor.Back when I was 17, I listened to the Beatles, a lot. I loved the medley on the B side of Abbey Road, but I used to think it was weird that the words that resonated with this 17-year-old were from “Golden Slumber”:Once there was a way to get back homewardOnce there was a way to get back homeBoy, you're gonna carry that weight,Carry that weight a long timeI didn't understand why those words always hit me so hard until I read about Kim Philby and the Cambridge Five, then I completely understood the feeling of being incrementally crushed, a little every day, by the knowledge of the impending catastrophic discovery. The other thing that really struck me was the story of how the British, aided by the ULTRA decrypts, intercepted almost all of the German spies sent during the war and then doubled them back to provide false intelligence to the Nazis. The British literally hired an army of writers to concoct the back stories and fake intelligence and managed to keep the Germans thinking they had an intact ring of spies for most of the war. I thought that was brilliant and took careful note.I started trying to get sober in 2010 and quickly realized that I wasn't interested in actually giving up drinking. It occurred to me that most of my problems came from people knowing that I was drinking. If I could just do a better job of hiding it, well, that would be way better than having to give it up. For the next 10 years, my life was a mix of actual attempts to get sober interspersed with fictional periods of sobriety. It was a horrifying, wilderness of mirrors way to live. I'm not sure I knew myself when I was trying and when I was pretending.I dated someone for 18 months and pretended to be sober the entire time. I drank almost every day and even though she lived only three blocks from my house and we saw each other nearly every day, well, she had no idea until the very end. When she broke up with me, she asked if I had been drunk on the night of our first date. The first date where I told her that I was a “recovering alcoholic” and had been sober for “ a while.” I fooled everyone, friends, wives, colleagues, bosses, my kids, everyone, and for a long, long time. That doesn't really generate any feelings of pride in my tradecraft.Like CIA agents working in Moscow, I needed to generate time in the “Black” to do my drinking. Since my drinking occupied several hours a day, every day, it became necessary to generate an entire fictional life to cover over the fact that my real life was mostly spent on a collection of carefully located and concealed bar stools. I told my girlfriend I was seeing friends, going to church, going to a meeting, going to a game, whatever lie was necessary to generate an hour or two when I could peacefully drink without fear of being discovered. I was exactly like the British writers conjuring up lives of actually-imprisoned spies.There's always a whiff of romance and intrigue and elegance in spy movies. But that is a fantasy. The actual life of a spy is small and dark and lonely and limned with fear. I lived that way for 40 years and did it in service to what I thought was my most important strategic interest—my drinking. That's not a pleasant realization.Kim Philby drank away the last years of his life in Moscow and though he had the Order of Lenin pinned to his jacket, I'll bet he also realized that he had given his entire life in the service of a monstrous lie. When my very elaborately-conceived deception operation finally collapsed, I realized the secret I had been protecting almost my entire life was the thing actually destroying it.“Spies Like Us” was a terrible movie and Dan Ackroyd and Chevy Chase were horrible at even acting like spies. I wish I'd been more like them. I wish I had been a shittier spy, a less accomplished liar, a little less skilled at sowing doubt and confusion. I wish I hadn't made people believe me so much. I wish I'd been hapless and bungling and hadn't been able to keep my stories straight. That would have saved a lot of people a lot of heartache. I look back on big chunks of my life and wonder whether it was really ever me or was all it just an operation? Was it all just a cover I was building? Those questions are sort of academic at this point. That water is well past the bridge.The adult version of me took complete responsibility for my decision to live life like a spy. The choice I thought I had made to conceal and protect what was most important to me: drinking. I've never really told that part of my story before and revisiting that young secret agent really stirred up a lot in me. I usually speak very matter of factly about the origin story of my alcoholism. If I qualify at a meeting, I typically just say that I started drinking at 15 or 16 and was a “white light drinker.” That's my pet phrase, Dr. Ruth Fox, who wrote an amazing book in 1955 titled simply, “Alcoholism: Its Scope, Cause and Treatment” describes someone like me as a “Primary Addict:”The primary addict, from his first introduction to beverage alcohol, uses it as an aid to adjust to his environment.Alcoholism, p. 142She goes on to describe me a little more thoroughly:The primary addict is one in whom the predisposing traits are so developed and so sharply marked that his first recourse to this socially approved narcotic is only a matter of time..In the case of the primary addict, the decisive symptom, loss of control, appears early in his drinking history. Thereafter, his own sense of self-esteem, depreciated to begin with, will take a merciless pounding…If he thought he was unworthy before, now he is given proof.Alcoholism, p. 143-44The process of recruiting agents, “assets,” usually involves identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities. It's not a very pretty or kind process and it often involves luring someone to cross a line they may not have even known was even there. That's pretty much how alcohol worked on me. Once that line is crossed and the subject realizes they are now complicit, how much they now have to lose, well, that's when the trap closes and no one has too much of a choice after that. “Choice” is the funny word. People often like to describe addicts and alcoholics as people who make “bad choices.” For sure we do, lots and lots of them. I am coming to see those “choices” as symptoms of my addiction, not the cause of it.Sure, I made that choice to drink that first drink, take that first hit of weed way back in 1977 or 1978. I had no real idea back then, that “choice” meant enlisting in a lifetime of deception in service of a terrible secret. I only knew that from the time I first started drinking, it was something that was “necessary” for me, not something I did for fun. Drinking for me was kind of how I imagined eating without taste buds would be. It's something I had to have. I was convinced I couldn't navigate the world without it.The Big Book talks about alcoholics reaching the point of no return, for me, that happened frighteningly early. I had no idea where I was headed or how long I would struggle. I had no idea there was even a line to be crossed. The horrible thing is that I think, even if someone blessed with foreknowledge of all of the pain and struggle and heartbreak that was waiting in front of me had been siting in that awful black vinyl booth with me at Magoo's that night back in 1981, I'm pretty sure I would have still ordered that third drink. I see now that I never had a choice. I did what I thought was necessary and once I crossed that invisible line, well, it became an imperative. Already weighed down with the crushing shame and fear of being an alcoholic, that 17 year-old didn't make a choice, didn't really have a choice. He just knew he had to keep the secret.It turns out the secret wasn't so terrible and wasn't much of a secret by the end. What was terrible, was living that way for 40 years. It's heartbreaking to look back. The sadness is for someone who took on the burden of an overwhelming secret way too early. Keeping that secret for so long cost him a lot and was a very, very lonely business. I know him pretty well, he never meant to hurt anyone, and that's still the hardest thing he carries around. He just knew he didn't fit in the world as is and he did the best he could. I have a ton of respect for him; he took on that pretty heavy burden and carried it for a long, long time. He was resourceful, never quit and was so brave. And despite it all, all of the failures to come, the losses, the relapses, everything, I realize now he never gave up believing there was a way back home.In real life, espionage is a capital crime That's why, in the real world, being discovered as a spy is typically a pretty unfortunate thing. Me finally being discovered as a spy? I think the end of my career as a spy is probably when my life actually began again.Thanks for Letting Me Share This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit thanksforlettingmeshare.substack.com

Omaha Sports Insider
The Nick Handley Show - Hour 2 (11-4-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 43:09


Hour two looked at the Big Ten West and SEC East's reputations, a full college football weekend, and Iowa-Purdue with Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (11-4-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 15:15


Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register broke down Iowa Football's matchup with Purdue.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Room
159. We Gotta See It: Season Preview with Earl Smith

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 71:23


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody and InterMat writer Earl Smith preview the Iowa, Iowa State, and Northern Iowa wrestling teams for the 2022-23 season. STORIES • Weight-by-Weight look at the Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup for the 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/31/iowa-wrestling-weight-by-weight-season-outlook-for-2022-23-lineup-big-ten-tom-brands-spencer-lee/69586309007/  • Reloaded Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup ready for 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/27/iowa-wrestling-boasts-dangerous-lineup-entering-2022-2023-season-big-ten-tom-brands/69586299007/ • Iowa's Tony Cassioppi, SDSU's Tanner Sloan win medals at the U23 men's freestyle world championships: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/23/iowa-tony-cassioppi-tanner-sloan-medal-u23-world-wrestling-championships/69583976007/  • Greene County state champ McKinley Robbins commits to Oregon State wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/25/mckinley-robbins-commits-oregon-state-wrestling-greene-county-high-school/69590452007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

In The Room
158. Something A Little Different

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 17:31


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/    Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody offers a bit of his own wrestling story, as told through a script prepared and presented through the Des Moines Storytellers Project.  STORIES • Weight-by-Weight look at the Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup for the 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/31/iowa-wrestling-weight-by-weight-season-outlook-for-2022-23-lineup-big-ten-tom-brands-spencer-lee/69586309007/  • Reloaded Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup ready for 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/27/iowa-wrestling-boasts-dangerous-lineup-entering-2022-2023-season-big-ten-tom-brands/69586299007/ • Iowa's Tony Cassioppi, SDSU's Tanner Sloan win medals at the U23 men's freestyle world championships: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/23/iowa-tony-cassioppi-tanner-sloan-medal-u23-world-wrestling-championships/69583976007/  • Greene County state champ McKinley Robbins commits to Oregon State wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/25/mckinley-robbins-commits-oregon-state-wrestling-greene-county-high-school/69590452007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

In The Room
157. Assessment: Incredibly Exciting

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 78:46


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody recaps the Iowa wrestling team's media day, with big-picture takeaways and interviews with Hawkeye coaches and wrestlers. STORIES • Reloaded Iowa Hawkeye wrestling lineup ready for 2022-23 season: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/27/iowa-wrestling-boasts-dangerous-lineup-entering-2022-2023-season-big-ten-tom-brands/69586299007/ • Iowa's Tony Cassioppi, SDSU's Tanner Sloan win medals at the U23 men's freestyle world championships: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/23/iowa-tony-cassioppi-tanner-sloan-medal-u23-world-wrestling-championships/69583976007/  • Greene County state champ McKinley Robbins commits to Oregon State wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/25/mckinley-robbins-commits-oregon-state-wrestling-greene-county-high-school/69590452007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

Omaha Sports Insider
The Nick Handley Show - Hour 2 (10-28-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 42:54


Hour two looked around college football and dug into Iowa-Northwestern with Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (10-28-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 16:05


Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register discussed Iowa Football's matchup with Northwestern and what needs to happen for the Hawkeyes to restore fans' confidence.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Room
156. 9-Foot Tall Iranians

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 61:06


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/    Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody and Bloodround podcaster Kevin Claunch rehash the U23 and U20 world championships. STORIES • Iowa's Tony Cassioppi, SDSU's Tanner Sloan win medals at the U23 men's freestyle world championships: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/23/iowa-tony-cassioppi-tanner-sloan-medal-u23-world-wrestling-championships/69583976007/  • Weight-by-Weight look at the Northern Iowa wrestling lineup for the 2022-23 season: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/northern-iowa/uni-panthers/2022/10/25/weight-by-weight-look-at-northern-iowa-wrestling-lineup-for-the-2022-23-season-uni-panthers-big-12/69586077007/  • Greene County state champ McKinley Robbins commits to Oregon State wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/25/mckinley-robbins-commits-oregon-state-wrestling-greene-county-high-school/69590452007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin   • Subscribe Today

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (10-21-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 12:05


Chad Leistikow of The Des Moines Register discussed Iowa Football's game against Ohio State and the circumstances surrounding the bye week and coaching staff.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Room
155. Nike's New Golf Pants and the West Gym

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 73:52


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody recaps Northern Iowa's wrestling media day and looks at the Panthers ahead of the 2022-23 season.  STORIES • Northern Iowa begins the 2022-23 wrestling season by saying goodbye to the West Gym: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/northern-iowa/uni-panthers/2022/10/21/uni-northern-iowa-wrestling-begins-season-saying-goodbye-west-gym/69568807007/  • Southeast Polk's Skylar Slade, one of Iowa's top young girl wrestlers, wins the Super 32 Challenge: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/17/iowa-high-school-wrestling-skylar-slade-wins-super-32-southeast-polk/69563549007/  • Iowa Hawkeye wrestling will be on TV nine times during the 2022-23 season: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/10/20/iowa-wrestling-will-be-on-television-9-times-during-the-2022-23-season/69577555007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

BuckeyeXtra Football Podcast
Kennington Smith, Iowa beat writer at the Des Moines Register, gives a peek of the Hawkeyes

BuckeyeXtra Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 26:26


Ohio State football beat reporter Joey Kaufman speaks with Kennington Smith, Iowa beat writer at the Des Moines Register on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this edition we preview Saturday's upcoming game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Iowa Hawkeyes. Finally, talk about how Iowa has a good defense and a really bad offense and what it will take for the Buckeyes to come away with a victory.

In The Room
154. The Content Is Only Going To Get Better

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 67:09


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody catches up with Zach from Stalemates to talk about the upcoming wrestling season. STORIES • Southeast Polk's Skylar Slade, one of Iowa's top young girl wrestlers, wins the Super 32 Challenge: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/17/iowa-high-school-wrestling-skylar-slade-wins-super-32-southeast-polk/69563549007/  • Meet Casey Swiderski, a true freshman who's eager to start for the Iowa State wrestling team this season: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/12/meet-iowa-states-talented-true-freshman-wrestler-casey-swiderski/69553133007/  • McCrae Hagarty, a two-time state wrestling champ for Waverly-Shell Rock, commits to Iowa State: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/14/mccrae-hagarty-two-time-state-wrestling-champion-commits-to-iowa-state-isu-cyclones-big-12/69561748007/  • A weight-by-weight look at Iowa State's 2022-23 wrestling lineup: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/13/iowa-state-wrestling-roster-starters-2022-23-ncaa-championship-goal/69553153007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 1 10-14-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 59:53


Hour 1 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Friday Front Page, National, Metro and Hard News articles from The Des Moines Register. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

In The Room
153. You Twenty Threes

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 66:11


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, hear from the four Iowa wrestlers that are competing at the U23 world championships in Spain. STORIES • Meet Casey Swiderski, a true freshman who's eager to start for the Iowa State wrestling team this season: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/12/meet-iowa-states-talented-true-freshman-wrestler-casey-swiderski/69553133007/  • McCrae Hagarty, a two-time state wrestling champ for Waverly-Shell Rock, commits to Iowa State: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/14/mccrae-hagarty-two-time-state-wrestling-champion-commits-to-iowa-state-isu-cyclones-big-12/69561748007/  • A weight-by-weight look at Iowa State's 2022-23 wrestling lineup: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/13/iowa-state-wrestling-roster-starters-2022-23-ncaa-championship-goal/69553153007/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 2 10-14-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 59:56


Hour 2 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Friday, October 14.  Birthdays, Opinions and articles from USA Today. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 2 10-13-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:58


Hour 2 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Thursday, October 13. Birthdays, Opinions and articles from USA Today. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 1 10-13-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 59:50


Hour 1 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Thursday, October 13. Front Page, National, Metro and Hard News articles from The Des Moines Register. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 3 10-13-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:00


Hour 3 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Thursday, October 13. Obits, Sports and Lifestyle articles from The Des Moines Register.  The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities.  Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

The Takeaway
SHElection!: The Iowa Governor's Race

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:04


Deidre DeJear is among the three Black women running to be some of the first Black women governors in the United States. Stacey Abrams in Georgia and Yolanda Flowers in Alabama are also vying to hold office as their states' top executive.  In 2018, DeJear became the first African American ever to be nominated by a major party for statewide office in Iowa and then did it again this year as the first Black person to ever win the Democratic nominee for governor of Iowa. DeJear is seeking office against Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, a popular incumbent seeking reelection, making this the first time two women are running against each other in the state. If elected, it would make DeJear Iowa's first Democratic governor in nearly 16 years. Reynolds boasts an approval rating over 50%, an endorsement from former President Trump, and she delivered the Republican response to President Biden's State of the Union address in March. Reynolds is currently pushing in court to allow a 2018 law to go into effect that would ban abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy- a timeframe before many women even know they are pregnant. The law does carry exceptions for rape, incest, fetal abnormalities and to protect the life of the mother.  In January, the Des Moines Register reported that Governor Reynolds had broken the record for most cash on hand reported for a campaign for Iowa governor- nearly $4.8 million. That kind of campaign finance advantage typically deters challengers, but DeJear has stepped up to the plate and is working to make sure that Monday's upcoming debate shows "the difference between the two... and [the] core issues that folks have been talking about all over the state," DeJear told the Des Moines Register. We speak to Ian Richardson of the Des Moines Register and Deidre DeJear, Democratic candidate for Governor of Iowa, for a look into the Iowa governor's race in this edition of our special midterm election series SHElection! in partnership with Center for American Women and Politics and with support from Ms. Foundation.           

The Takeaway
SHElection!: The Iowa Governor's Race

The Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:04


Deidre DeJear is among the three Black women running to be some of the first Black women governors in the United States. Stacey Abrams in Georgia and Yolanda Flowers in Alabama are also vying to hold office as their states' top executive.  In 2018, DeJear became the first African American ever to be nominated by a major party for statewide office in Iowa and then did it again this year as the first Black person to ever win the Democratic nominee for governor of Iowa. DeJear is seeking office against Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, a popular incumbent seeking reelection, making this the first time two women are running against each other in the state. If elected, it would make DeJear Iowa's first Democratic governor in nearly 16 years. Reynolds boasts an approval rating over 50%, an endorsement from former President Trump, and she delivered the Republican response to President Biden's State of the Union address in March. Reynolds is currently pushing in court to allow a 2018 law to go into effect that would ban abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy- a timeframe before many women even know they are pregnant. The law does carry exceptions for rape, incest, fetal abnormalities and to protect the life of the mother.  In January, the Des Moines Register reported that Governor Reynolds had broken the record for most cash on hand reported for a campaign for Iowa governor- nearly $4.8 million. That kind of campaign finance advantage typically deters challengers, but DeJear has stepped up to the plate and is working to make sure that Monday's upcoming debate shows "the difference between the two... and [the] core issues that folks have been talking about all over the state," DeJear told the Des Moines Register. We speak to Ian Richardson of the Des Moines Register and Deidre DeJear, Democratic candidate for Governor of Iowa, for a look into the Iowa governor's race in this edition of our special midterm election series SHElection! in partnership with Center for American Women and Politics and with support from Ms. Foundation.           

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 3 10-12-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 57:40


Hour 3 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Wednesday, October 12. Obits, Sports and Lifestyle articles from The Des Moines Register.  The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities.  Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 2 10-12-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 60:14


Hour 2 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Wednesday, October 12. Birthdays, Opinions and articles from USA Today. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 1 10-12-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:48


Hour 1 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Wednesday, October 12. Front Page, National, Metro and Hard News articles from The Des Moines Register. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

The Todd Brommelkamp Show with Alex Kuhn

Todd and Alex chat with Kennington Smith of the Des Moines Register in the first hour. More Iowa Football discussion. MLB playoffs. Reaction to last night's Chiefs/Raiders contest.

In The Room
152. The Theme Here Is Progression

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 55:45


UWW WORLD CUP INFORMATION: http://worldcupcoralville.com/  Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody discusses three big-picture thoughts from Iowa State's media day and brings you various interviews with Cyclone coaches and wrestlers. STORIES • Meet Casey Swiderski, a true freshman who's eager to start for the Iowa State wrestling team this season: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa-state/wrestling/2022/10/12/meet-iowa-states-talented-true-freshman-wrestler-casey-swiderski/69553133007/  • Charles City state champ Lilly Luft commits to Iowa women's wrestling: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/09/29/iowa-womens-wrestling-recruiting-lilly-luft-charles-city-state-champion/8120881001/  • Waukee NW's Cael Winter returns to sports after near-death health scare: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/10/06/inside-an-iowa-high-school-football-players-return-from-near-death-waukee-northwest-cael-winter/8120792001/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 2 10-11-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 59:06


Hour 2 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Tuesday, October 11. Birthdays, Opinions and articles from USA Today. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 1 10-11-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 60:01


Hour 1 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Tuesday, October 11. Front Page, National, Metro and Hard News articles from The Des Moines Register. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 3 10-11-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 40:29


Hour 3 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Tuesday, October 11.  Obits, Sports and Lifestyle articles from The Des Moines Register.  The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities.  Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 1 10-10-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 58:13


Hour 1 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Monday, October 10. Front Page, National, Metro and Hard News articles from The Des Moines Register. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 3 10-10-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 56:45


Hour 3 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Monday, October 10. Obits, Sports and Lifestyle articles from The Des Moines Register.  The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities.  Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

IRIS Central Iowa News
Des Moines Register HOUR 2 10-10-2022

IRIS Central Iowa News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 58:22


Hour 2 Readings from the Des Moines Register for Monday, October 10.  Birthdays, Opinions and articles from USA Today. The volunteer Voices of IRIS read newspapers aloud to keep over 11,000 blind and print disabled listeners informed and connected to their communities. Learn more at IowaRadioReading.org

Daily Illini Sports Podcast
Ep. 55 - Iowa v. Illinois preview

Daily Illini Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 32:07


Josh and Carson are joined by Kennington Smith of the Des Moines Register to preview Saturday evening's matchup between the Hawkeyes and the Fighting Illini.

The Todd Brommelkamp Show with Alex Kuhn

Todd and Alex chat with Jeremy Werner of 24/7 Sports in the first hour who talks Illinois Football. Chad Leistekow of the Des Moines Register stops by to discuss the Hawkeyes in the 2nd hour. Tiny Touts!

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (10-6-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 15:14


Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register broke down Iowa Football's loss to Michigan and previewed this weekend's game at Illinois.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In The Room
151. Schedule Thoughts + Lilly Luft

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 30:34


Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody discusses Iowa and Iowa State's wrestling schedules and also talks with Charles City's Lilly Luft on her recent college commitment. STORIES • Lilly Luft, Charles City's two-time state champ, commits to the Iowa women's wrestling program: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/09/29/iowa-womens-wrestling-recruiting-lilly-luft-charles-city-state-champion/8120881001/  • Iowa wrestling released its full 2022-23 schedule. Here are the key dates to know: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/09/27/iowa-wrestling-schedule-2022-2023-hawkeyes-opponents-dates/10439595002/  • Samantha Bush named head coach of district-wide DMPS girls wrestling program: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/09/27/samantha-bush-named-coach-district-wide-dmps-girls-high-school-wrestling-team-des-moines-ighsau/10440841002/  • 5 interesting results from IAWrestle's Night of Conflict: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/high-school/2022/09/25/iowa-high-school-wrestling-5-interesting-results-night-conflict-iawrestle-kale-petersen-ethan-deleon/10434010002/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

Omaha Sports Insider
Chad Leistikow (9-30-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 15:14


Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register broke down the Hawkeyes' home date with top-5 Michigan.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Omaha Sports Insider
The Nick Handley Show - Hour 2 (9-30-22)

Omaha Sports Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 42:39


Hour two dug into alcohol sales at PBA as well as the Iowa-Michigan game with Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Teen Sex Trafficking Victim Ordered to Pay $150,000 to Rapist's Family?

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 41:07 Very Popular


A judge has been asked to set aside his ruling that a Iowa teen must pay restitution to her rapist's family, after she stabbed him dead.  15-year-old Pieper Lews was reportedly being sex trafficked when she killed Zachary Brooks. According to Lewis, her boyfriend pulled a knife on her and forced her to go to Zachary Brooks' apartment in June 2020. Lewis claimed Brooks, 37, had raped her multiple times in the weeks leading up to the slaying. Once at the apartment, Brooks allegedly made Lewis get undressed, drink alcohol, and smoke marijuana while they watched a movie. Lewis admitted to stabbing Brooks 30 times, but she claimed she did not plot to kill him. Instead, she stated that she became enraged after she woke up to Brooks raping her and ignoring her pleas to stop. Lewis  pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and willful injury.  She was sentenced  to five years of probation and was also ordered to pay $150,000 to the slain man's family.  Polk County prosecutors never denied allegations that Pieper was trafficked and a rape victim.  The Des Moines Register reported that state law requires individuals convicted of homicide to pay $150,000. Polk County District Judge David M. Porter ordered the judgment, to be Brooks' estate, after rejecting defense attorneys' argument that he was 51 percent responsible for the deadly incident.   Joining Nancy Grace Today: Kathleen Murphy - Family Attorney (North Carolina), NCDomesticlaw.com,  Twitter: @RalDivorceLaw  Dr. Carolyn West - Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Washington Tacoma, Award-winning author: " Violence in the Lives of Black Women: Battered, Black, and Blue", Filmmaker: “Let Me Tell Ya'll ‘Bout Black Chicks: Images of Black Women in Pornography", Keynote Speaker, DrCarolynWest.com   Greg Scheffer - Former Phoenix Police Department Detective, 22 Years Specializing in Child Sexual Exploitation, Crimes Against Children, Domestic Violence and Adult Sex Crimes  Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author, "Blood Beneath My Feet", Host: "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan"  Phillip Joens - Breaking News Reporter, Des Moines Register (Des Moines, IA), DesMoinesRegister.com, Twitter: @Philip_Joens    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On The Banks Podcast
Episode 148: Week 4 Preview vs. Iowa with Chad Leistikow of The Des Moines Register

On The Banks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 46:30


Rutgers Football prepared to host Iowa in the Big Ten opener in primetime at SHI Stadium. Chad Leistikow of The Des Moines Register joins the show to breakdown the matchup. Women's Soccer is 9-0 and does not look like it will slow down. Field Hockey and Men's Soccer face difficult matchups this weekend. That and more as the fall season continues for Rutgers Athletics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Chop - A Rutgers Football Podcast
Bring on the Big Ten: Analysis and Predictions for Rutgers vs. Iowa

The Chop - A Rutgers Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 26:01


After a way-too-close victory over Temple, Ryan Ross, Chris Iseman and Steve Edelson look ahead to the prime time game against Iowa. Plus, Kennington Lloyd Smith III, Iowa beat writer for the Des Moines Register, stops by the show for a closer look at the Hawkeyes.

In The Room
150. 37-7!

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 51:55


Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody brings you interviews from USA Wrestling's world champion wrestlers after their special performance at the Senior world championships. STORIES • Jordan Burroughs wins 2022 world title, setting USA Wrestling record for world/Olympic gold medals: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/olympics/2022/09/18/jordan-burroughs-gold-world-championships-usa-wrestling-record/10421267002/  • Amit Elor, 18, becomes youngest American to win world wrestling title: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/olympics/2022/09/15/amit-elor-18-youngest-american-win-world-wrestling-title/10391922002/  • Meet Shawn Kenney, an Iowa native and one of wrestling's top play-by-play announcers: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/olympics/2022/09/14/shawn-kenney-wrestling-espn-broadcast-iowa-native/8016084001/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

In The Room
149. A Conversation with Shawn Kenney

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 65:10


Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody brings you an interview with Shawn Kenney, an ESPN and UWW broadcaster and one of wrestling's top play-by-play announcers. STORIES • Meet Shawn Kenney, an Iowa native and one of wrestling's top play-by-play announcers: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/olympics/2022/09/14/shawn-kenney-wrestling-espn-broadcast-iowa-native/8016084001/ • Iowa City High wrestler Ben Kueter wins Junior world title: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/16/iowa-wrestling-commit-ben-kueter-wins-junior-freestyle-world-title/10330692002/  • Brody Teske transfers from UNI to Iowa: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/14/brody-teske-transfer-from-uni-to-iowa-wrestling-program/10323955002/  • With Cody Chittum's commitment, a look at future Iowa wrestling lineups: https://www.hawkcentral.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/07/27/look-future-iowa-wrestling-lineups-cody-chittum-commitment-hawkeyes-2023/10152341002/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today

In The Room
148. Again: Who Really Is Number One?

In The Room

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 31:44


Welcome to In The Room, a wrestling podcast from the Des Moines Register's Cody Goodwin. On today's episode, Cody opens the 2022-23 season by catching up with both Nate Jesuroga and Ryder Block ahead of Who's Number One. STORIES • Iowa City High wrestler Ben Kueter wins Junior world title: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/16/iowa-wrestling-commit-ben-kueter-wins-junior-freestyle-world-title/10330692002/  • Iowa Wesleyan women's wrestler Adaugo Nwachukwu wins bronze at Junior world championships: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/19/iowa-wesleyan-adaugo-nwachukwu-wins-bronze-junior-world-championships-wrestling/7843362001/  • How will Ben Kueter balance both football and wrestling in college? We asked others who did it: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/12/how-ben-kueter-iowa-balance-both-football-and-wrestling-two-sport-athletes/10264085002/  • Brody Teske transfers from UNI to Iowa: https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/sports/college/iowa/wrestling/2022/08/14/brody-teske-transfer-from-uni-to-iowa-wrestling-program/10323955002/  • Connect with Cody: https://linktr.ee/codygoodwin • Subscribe Today