Robin Johnson, along with Representative Cheri Bustos, former Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, put together a research project about how Democratic representatives in 10 midwestern states won in districts carried by Donald Trump. Roger & Robin discuss those findings, how Democrats can rebound with rural voters and midterm election politics in Iowa & Illinois.
Each year in the Quad Cities, Iowa/Illinois there is an event held on the Mississippi River called “Floatzilla” which sees more than 1,000 paddlers. The event is hosted by the organization “River Action” which, hosts a variety of other events in the Quad Cities. Chairperson, Kathy Wine, talks about details of the event, what's new for this year's Floatzilla, how and when the event started, and how to sign up.The Camping Show is broadcast live Wednesdays at 6PM ET.The Camping Show TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com).The Camping Show Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). The Camping Show Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.
The Quad Cities community has become a rich destination for runners and continues to foster a running community within, given its growing access points to cross Iowa/Illinois state lines across the Mississippi River!There are endless opportunities to run with peers or compete against worldwide elites. The Quad Cities has numerous running groups, clubs, and road races every week. Some of the most well known are the Bix 7 in Davenport, Iowa and the TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon, which travels from Illinois into Iowa and back, touching four cities along the way. Guests Joe Moreno and Phil Young are influential names in the Quad Cities running community. Phil is the owner of Fleet Feet Davenport. Joe is the former Mayor of East Moline and race director for multiple area events including the TBK Bank QC Marathon, Firecracker Run, and Freedom Run. From directing their own events to becoming known as the mayor who will high five you as you cross the finish line, hear their perspectives from participating, to volunteering to being race leads and all the ups and downs in between.
It's time for Bud Elliott's Summer School series. Each episode Bud will break down some schools with the writers from 247Sports. The latest intel on the program, players you need to know, expectations for the 2022 season, and more! Today David Eickholt (Iowa), Jeremy Werner (Illinois), Nick Osen (Iowa State), and Stephen Brooks (Michigan State) join the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cory Brada takes your calls and chats following Iowa WBB's NCAA Tournament First Round victory over the Illinois State Redbirds (98-58).
Coach Gary Close, Cory Brada, and former Hawkeye hooper James Moses take your calls and chats following Iowa's regular season finale loss at Illinois (72-74. The three also project forward to Iowa's chances in the Big Ten Tournament and the NCAA Tournament.
Three Man Weave covers the games on the Sunday, March 6th slate of college hoops. POWERED by BetRivers SUBSCRIBE to the BEST BETS Youtube channel FOLLOW Three Man Weave: @3MW_CBB: Matt Cox Jim Root Ky McKeon
Our bets for March 6. Games include the Missouri Valley Conference championship game, Michigan-Ohio State and Iowa-Illinois among others. Remember to rate and subscribe to the podcast anywhere you listen to podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/support
Our guest speaker to kick off the New Year, will be Matt Larson. Since Matt is located 5 Hours away on the Iowa/Illinois border he won't be joining us in person but he will be live from his lake house via Zoom. Matt is a Midwest guy, originally from the Quad Cities. Before real estate he was a low paid machinist, supplying parts to companies like John Deere. Over his 16 year real estate career he has built a very impressive resume. Currently he has 750 units under management, renovates 15 plus homes per month and has completed over 4,000 real estate transactions. Matt has an in-depth knowledge of investing, from single family homes to million dollar commercial properties. Matt's real passion now is teaching new and experienced investors tactical strategies so they can take their business to the next level. His trainings are extremely thorough, with the exact roadmap to get you to where you want to go with zero BS and no fluff. This month, Matt will be teaching us the process to get 10 motivated seller leads a day. It's not the list or the messaging, it's more than that. While others struggle to get leads right now, Matt is bringing in dozens of leads a day. All you need to do to get more leads is to just show up, take notes and implement what he shows you. It's that simple. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/josh-nix8/message
Iowa - Northwestern, Ohio State - Michigan, Nebraska - Minnesota, Penn State - Rutgers, and more. The boys preview a massive weekend in D1 wrestling. Send in user submissions to 515-509-5071 or FRLsubmissions@flosports.tv! Use promo code FLO at takedownshop.com for 20% off. Run of Show (2:25) Virginia Duals (4:21) Ohio State - Michigan (12:40) Illinois - Rutgers (15:08) Arizona State - Pitt (18:40) Iowa - Northwestern (29:40) Nebraska - Minnesota (35:20) Iowa State - Wyoming (35:59) Virginia - Oklahoma (27:20) Cornell - Army (40:12) Oklahoma State - West Virginia (41:30) Princeton - Arizona State (44:55) Iowa - Illinois (45:54) Minnesota - Wisconsin (52:00) Penn State - Rutgers (1:02:30) Questions from friends
John Fanta, Rob Dauster and Ashton Gibbs break down some of the bigger games on the night in Iowa-Purdue and Rutgers-Illinois, look at Maryland's options for a new head coach and talk about St. John's lackluster performance against Kansas. The FIELD OF 68 AFTER DARK is POWERED by Bet Rivers: BetRivers.com SUBSCRIBE! Our YouTube Channel Apple Podcasts Spotify FOLLOW! Field of 68 Check out TheFieldOf68.com to see our full roster of podcasts!!!
Ben and Harrison open the discussion by recounting Harrison's time at both Kinnick & Carver-Hawkeye this week before diving deep on basketball talk (15:00). They start talking football around 32:30 before asking the question: do the results justify Kirk's ecosystem? (~46:00) They also dive into how Iowa maxes talent before previewing the Nebraska game (~1:00:00). Happy Thanksgiving & safe travels! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's a pretty big news day today. Iowa has their first women's wrestling coach. Clarissa Chunn it is. Cody Goodwin of the Des Moines Register joins the show to tell us what it all means. Jeremy Werner of 247 Sports joins the show in the first hour to break down Iowa/Illinois from an Illini perspective.
Host Danny Mogo breaks down the Big Ten games for Week 12 of the College Football Season and gives out his B1G bets with action in all but one game and nine total plays! BIG BETS - 3 PICKS: Nebraska-Wisconsin, Iowa-Illinois, Illinois Team Total BIGGER BET - 5 PICKS: Michigan-Maryland, Maryland Team Total, Indiana Team Total, Northwestern Team Total, Rutgers Team Total BIGGEST BET - 1 PICK: Indiana-Minnesota
The Cover 3 crew shares their locks for Week 12 in college football. After a brief review of last week's action (1:00) the rundown gets started picks from Thursday night (7:28) and Friday night (10:50) before taking it to the biggest games of the weekend with Ohio State-Michigan State (11:38), Alabama-Arkansas (16:43) and Oregon-Utah (21:00). Then, opening up the board takes us to Miami-Virginia Tech (29:13), Pitt-Virginia (31:26), Florida-South Carolina (34:27), UCLA-USC (36:14), Oklahoma-Iowa State (40:12) and Clemson-Wake Forest (42:15). Plus, digging deep for winners with West Virginia-Texas (45:50), Auburn-South Carolina (47:17), Baylor-Kansas State (50:44), Cincinnati-SMU (53:27), Iowa-Illinois (54:14), our underdogs to take straight up in MoneyLine Sprinkles (1:01:00) and much, much more. Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Wednesday, August 25. Tuesday's humid weather turned into heavy rain and sometimes dangerous conditions. Wednesday could provide a repeat of this pattern. According to the National Weather Service it will be partly sunny with a high near 90 degrees in the Cedar Rapids area on Wednesday. There will be a 30 percent chance of rain, primarily after 4 p.m., with some storms having the potential for heavy rain. Then Wednesday night the chance for rain will continue at roughly the same probability, although more likely it will be rain again. Severe thunderstorms swept across Central and Eastern Iowa on Tuesday, bringing hail and high winds that damaged buildings and snapped trees. According to National Weather Service https://www.weather.gov/source/crh/lsrmap.html?sid=dvn (storm reports, )the bad weather in the state spanned from as far west as Story City north of Des Moines to as far east as Bellevue on the Iowa-Illinois border. Early storm reports showed widespread winds, ranging from 40 to 70 mph, as well as hail raging in size from a quarter inch to 1 inch in diameter. The most damaging storms appear to have hit northeastern Iowa, at, and to the north of, Manchester. Parents expressed worries for the safety of their children and others Tuesday as students in Iowa City schools finished their second day of classes without a face mask requirement. During a school board meeting, the board was presented with a petition signed by over 1,000 community members, medical providers and parents asking the Iowa City Community School District to require masks in schools to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. The petitioners did so while conceding that the board's hands are likely tied by a state law passed in May prohibiting masking mandates. Iowa City School Superintendent Matt Degner said the district is aware of the concerns and is working on solutions to keep students safe. Leadership is changing at the Englert Theatre in downtown Iowa City. Andre Perry, executive director for 11 years, has resigned to pursue new projects. His final day is Sept. 13, but he will help finalize fall and spring programming already underway, and will continue as executive director for the upcoming Witching Hour festival and Mission Creek festival in 2022. Perry has led the nonprofit arts presenter through growing from an $800,000 budget in 2010 to a $1.9 million budget in 2019. He also founded Mission Creek and Witching Hour festivals, showcasing high-profile and emerging artists, as well as local musicians, authors, poets and creators. Beer afficionados, your choices at Kinnick Stadium this football season won't be limited to mass-produced corporate brew. https://www.thegazette.com/hawkeye-football/iowa-to-sell-beer-and-wine-in-kinnick-carver-hawkeye/ (The University of Iowa announced in June) that it would become the eighth Big Ten Conference school to sell beer and wine at its sporting events. Iowa senior associate athletics director Matt Henderson spoke Tuesday about what fans can expect, alcohol-wise, at Kinnick. Eastern Iowa beermakers Backpocket, Big Grove and SingleSpeed will be sold at Iowa Hawkeyes football games, starting with the Sept. 4 season-opener. For those with more mainstream tastes. Bud Light, Busch Light, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra and Bud Light Seltzer also will be available. Wine will also be available. If you love all things Iowa Football, don't miss Leah Vann's Talkin Hawks Newsletter. In her weekly email you'll get exclusive Hawkeye coverage, trivia, food reviews, podcast highlights and more. Sign up today at the thegazette.com/hawks Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon https://www.thegazette.com/topic?eid=121774&ename=Alexa&lang=en (Alexa) enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa,... Support this podcast
Penn State faces stiff tests early in its 2021 football season, but the going doesn't get any easier in the middle of the year. We'll take a look at the middle third of the Lions' schedule on this edition of the Blue-White Breakdown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matthew Larson is a full-time real estate investor with over 14 years of experience. Originally from the Quad Cities, a medium-sized metropolitan area on the Iowa/Illinois border, his business now spans across most of the Midwestern United States. Starting his working career as a low paid machinist who supplied parts to companies like John Deere, he has transformed into an internationally renowned authority on investment real estate with over 4000 completed real estate transactions under his belt. He currently owns over 200 rental properties in his portfolio and is a veteran of turnkey real estate. Matt has a unique and in-depth understanding of investing and property management through his trials and errors over time. He has completed over 1000 fix and flips, dozens of lease options and thousands of wholesale deals. In addition to his vast experience in single family homes, he has also purchase dozens of commercial and apartment buildings. Matt also teaches aspiring and expert real estate investors tactical strategies on how they can grow their investment business. His trainings are extremely thorough. Matt prides himself on teaching the most effective, up to date tools to make anyone's venture into real estate investing a success, and is one of the few trainers in the space who is still an active, large scale investor. He is passionate about real estate and willing to share his knowledge with enthusiasm.
Our college basketball bets for Saturday, March 13. Games include Tennessee-Alabama, LSU-Arkansas, Ohio State-Michigan and Iowa-Illinois among others. Remember to rate and subscribe to the podcast anywhere you listen to podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/support
Sam and Matt were together for Iowa/Illinois on Friday. They breakdown their experience at a sports bar and the game itself. Also, confusion over the Cubs signing Joc Pederson and the Cardinals take hold of the NL Central by trading for Nolan Arenado. Then two solid segments of how much would it take? and best and worst of the week.
After a huge and somewhat controversial loss on Friday night, it was time to do a podcast. So we grabbed our good friend John Bohenkamp to make some sense of what happened in the Iowa/Illinois game. We discuss the controversial calls and Fran McCaffery’s post game comments. We also look ahead to a busy hoops […]
Our college basketball bets for Friday, January 29. Games include St. Louis-Richmond, Iowa-Illinois and Boise State-Colorado State. Remember to rate and subscribe to the podcast anywhere you listen to podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robert-ashe/support
The spreads, totals and gambling analysis for Friday's college hoops action. Jeff Goodman and Rob Dauster take you through everything you need to know about Iowa-Illinois, Saint Louis-Richmond and more!
Run of Show 0:00 - Jake Paul is saying things about Ben’s wife 0:04 - Buddy Lee the jump roping legend 0:05 - Asking our daily questions about the Jake Paul fight 0:06 - Looking ahead to Iowa-Illinois 0:10 - Penn State is finally wrestling. Previewing their weekend against Northwestern and Indiana 0:15 - Emails the rankers get and how many are from parents 0:19 - Finally getting back to talking about Penn State-Northwestern 0:28 - The return of Alien Hour talking government document dumps, Chupacabra is back, and BigFoot hunting season 0:35 - The time we thought it was a good idea to rent an RV to take to Stillwater 0:40 - Ben on some Oklahoma noodling movie that sounds ridiculous 0:41 - The time Bratke was right about the Oklahoma Octopus 0:43 - Ohio State-Michigan State breakdown 0:45 - Talking a little Virginia Tech-UNC 0:53 - Oklahoma State-UNI preview 1:02 - Questions from friends
Run of Show 0:00 - Ben is taking over the internet with this fight against Jake Paul 0:11 - Ben’s hair is out of control today 0:12 - Talking about the Toughest Bracket Ever FloFilm 0:33 - Snoop dog is going to be involved with Ben’s fight 0:35 - Penn State and Northwestern are supposed to wrestle this weekend 0:36 - No Michigan dual, but we’ve got Iowa-Illinois 0:38 - Missouri is still kicking people’s necks in 0:39 - AJ Ferrari’s double looks amazing 0:41 - Oklahoma State gets UNI and Iowa State this weekend 0:42 - Why don’t more international wrestlers come to college in America? 0:48 - A quick little breakdown of the best duals going down this weekend 0:50 - Questions from friends
A fun podcast this week. Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo are joined by former Hawkeye Pat Angerer to discuss raising $80K for former teammate Dace Richardson. Then we are joined by our good friend Kedric Prince to preview the huge Iowa/Illinois game on Friday night in Champaign and we discuss the Illini hiring Bret Bielema […]
Bonus podcast! IlliniInquirer's Jeremy Werner and HawkeyeInsider's David Eickholt team up to take a deeper dive into the Iowa/Illinois matchup. The duo discuss who has the quarterback advantage, give our predictions and tackle some of the top storylines heading into Saturday's game. They also dive into what this game means for each team and have both teams have rebounded after poor starts to their seasons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Oskee Talk, we discuss the loss Illinois suffered to Baylor last night. We take a look at the Iowa-Illinois football game this Saturday. We finish the episode with a sound bite from Giorgi Bezhanishvili. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike and Gus talk about which teams have received the biggest boost from their players returning, the greatness of what Makur Maker started, NBA Draft dichotomy debate, and how addicted is Mike to NBA DFS?Follow us @STheSPodcast on Twitter. Rate and subscribe to Spreaker, iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn Radio!Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTEwEmail the show StheSPodcast@gmail.com
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19 is spreading through the entire world. As of Monday morning, with nearly 3.5 million positive cases and nearly 250,000 deaths.In the United States, there are about 1.1 million cases and over 65,000 deaths. Those cases are seen more widespread in communities of color. In Chicago, 31% of patients who identified their race and ethnicity are white, 30% are Latino, and 29% are African-American. 70% of those who died in Chicago due to COVID-19 are black, while they only make up 30% of the city's population. In Wisconsin's Milwaukee County, 81% of deaths from COVID-19 are black, even though that population only represents 27% of the county. In the Quad Cities, which is a region of five cities clustered on the banks of the Mississippi River along the Iowa/Illinois border, including Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa and Rock Island, Moline and East Moline, Illinois… we're seeing similar trends as well. For a transcript of the episode, click here.
This week on the podcast, Tom Kakert and Matt Randazzo get ready for the Big Ten and NCAA Tournament. We open the show looking back at the Iowa/Illinois game on Sunday and discuss Fran McCaffery’s comments from his press conference this week. Then we preview the Big Ten Tournament and Iowa’s chance to make a […]
Chris and Ross kick off the week talking about the heated Iowa/Illinois game and how it was an old school grudge match and intensifying the rivalry. Then they get into Iowa State women's team shocking Baylor and the further ineptitude of the men's team. They preview Big Ten and Big 12 tournament action and Derek from New Sharon calls in to tell us how much he hates coronavirus.
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing handshake lines and the Iowa-Illinois dust-up from the weekend. Then Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery joins the pod (13:28) to talk about that postgame situation, what makes a "Philly Guy," Luka Garza's path from under-recruited guy to POTY candidate, and what keeps him up at night. Later, the guys get into their Wooden Award watch list snubs (34:04), Butler, Seton Hall and Villanova all losing at home, if San Diego State goes undefeated (42:51), and Cole Anthony's return. Finally, Seth and Dan address the rumors of Bob Knight attending Saturday's Indiana game (54:15).
Ken and Trent begin the 2nd hour with Connor McCaffrey's comments on the officials in the Iowa/Illinois game and more from that game, Nick Athan talks about the Chiefs Super Bowl win and Alex Halsted on Iowa State football recruiting and basketball.
Ken and Trent begin the 2nd hour with Connor McCaffrey's comments on the officials in the Iowa/Illinois game and more from that game, Nick Athan talks about the Chiefs Super Bowl win and Alex Halsted on Iowa State football recruiting and basketball. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Illinois Men’s gymnastics win fifth consecutive Windy City Invite. Clay Mason Stephens, Michael Paradise, and Alex Diab capture event titles for the Illini. Oklahoma cruises to a 21 point home win against Air Force and Arizona State. Genki Suzuki scored most week three points with 83. Stanford and Penn State remain undefeated after their week three wins. Taqiy Abdullah-Simmons, Kerry Adderly, and Midknight Robin give predictions for Week 4 matchups: Navy @ William & Mary, Nebraska @ Penn State, Iowa @ Illinois, Michigan @ Minnesota, Ohio State @ Oklahoma.
Erin is with us for the annual waging of the War on the War on the War on Christmas. Support us at atheistnomads.com/donate. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (541) 203-0666, or by going to atheistnomads.com/speakpipe. DUSTIN’ OFF THE DEGREE - Is Christmas a Christian holiday? NEWS OH Mayor reluctantly removes Christian displays, saying atheists “Have a point” American Atheist Holiday Banner Makes History in Iowa Illinois state senator wants satanist display removed Satanists to erect goat head in Michigan capitol for Christmas Ozark, MO mayor to keep cross in park Nebraska principal placed on leave over holiday rules Atheists win discrimination case against BC preschool that kicked daughter out Another Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall burned down Vatican no. 3 Cardinal George Pell convicted on charges he sexually abused choir boys Canada repeals blasphemy law FEEDBACK Josh via the website The Watcher via email
The guys welcome special guests and Nebraska fans Blaine Hilgenkamp, Dillon Miller, as well as Iowa fan Tanner Cave. We have beers and talk the upcoming matchup between Iowa & Nebraska at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's episode of the Hawkeye Tailgate Report, we talk about the piss pounding that was the Iowa/Illinois football game, the disgrace that is Illinois fans, and what the tailgating scene is like Champaign. We also talk about the men's basketball team's dominating 4-0 start. Plus, we power rank our top five Thanksgiving foods. Twitter: @Go_HawksIowa Facebook: Hawkeye Tailgate Report
The 2018 Bus Tour wraps up with player interviews from five schools in the B1G West Division. Alex Roux sat down with Nebraska LB Mohamed Barry (2:26-16:45), Iowa DL Parker Hesse (17:20-29:15), Illinois WR Justice Williams (29:45-41:00), Purdue RB DJ Knox (42:00-55:40) and Northwestern OL Tommy Doles (56:15-1:12:20).
Minutes 0:00 - Greatest CKLV of all time 0:01 - Starting from the beginning, Day 1 upsets 0:10 - Day 2 continued the upsets and incredible matches 0:16 - Yianni/Meredith was a scramblefest 0:19 - BoJo/Zahid final 0:29 - Mllhof/Schwarm end of 3rd was bad 0:33 - Desantics 0:36 - Pantaleo is back 0:41 - Did Ohio St's CKLV change anything? 0:43 - Penn State/Lehigh 0:52 - Michael Beard greyshirting 0:54 - Lock Haven beat Rutgers 0:57 - Iowa/Illinois, looking ahead to Rutgers
Order Of Show: 0:00 - The Boys Are Back In Town 0:01 - Kyle Snyder and Bill Zadick won Olympic Athlete/Coach of the year 0:02 - The Karimi/Israel situation 0:11 - PA coach suspended two weeks for having alumni in the room 0:15 - PSU/Lehigh 0:22 - Iowa/Illinois 0:26 - Cliff Keen Las Vegas 65 and up 0:50 - CKLV Picks
Iowa’s premier site for youth, high school, college, and international wrestling. Potentially Dangerous Podcast this week features host Ross Bartachek. Joining Ross is a special guest Rick Mathern of NDwrestle. Ross and Rick breakdown the incoming North Dakota State wrestling duals as the Bison will face the Hawkeyes on Friday at the Iowa City Duals, and the Panthers on Sunday in UNI's home opener. Fans should stay tuned to the end of the show where Rick offers a bit of trivia with one lucky fan getting the chance to win tickets to the Iowa-Illinois dual next month. Fans most tag both @IAwrestle and @NDHeadlock on Twitter to enter.
Iowa and Illinois aren't exactly reliving the glory years this season. Both teams have losing Big Ten records entering Wednesday's game. The Gazette's Jeremiah Davis and Nathan Ford welcome on BTN's Stephen Bardo to discuss the direction of the Illini and Hawkeyes and look back at some memories from the late 1980s. We also touch on a potential change to the Iowa starting lineup and Fran McCaffery's postgame berating of a referee following Thursday's loss to Maryland.