A https://www.thegazette.com/hawkeye-football/iowa-football-vs-purdue-live-updates-analysis-how-to-watch-on-tv-and-online/ (24-7 loss to Purdue) dropped Iowa from No. 2 to No. 11 in the rankings and forced all three phases of the ball to address questions entering the bye week. The Athletic's https://twitter.com/scottdochterman (Scott Dochterman) joined The Gazette's https://twitter.com/jsteppe1 (John Steppe) on this episode of Hawk Off The Press to discuss what needs to change for the Hawkeyes to bounce back, what this team's potential is, a mid-season evaluation of quarterback Spencer Petras and more. Then, Lisa Cellucci, head coach of the No. 1-ranked Iowa field hockey team, joins to discuss the Hawkeyes' huge win over No. 2 Michigan, the atmosphere at Grant Field and the unbeaten season so far. [https://subscribepage.com/hawks (Subscribe to our Hawkeye newsletter)]
BIG Anthony Herron joins The BIG Football Show with Scott Dochterman. The former Iowa Hawkeye talks about his gig with the Big Ten Network, gives his observations on the league as a whole & looks ahead to the second half of the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The guys reflect on Purdue's blowout win over Iowa on Saturday. Scott Dochterman of The Athletic joins the program to discuss where the Hawkeyes need to improve heading into the bye week. Iowa State p-b-p voice John Walters joins the program in the first hour to reflect on the huge win in Manhattan over K-State on Saturday as well as to get you ready fora matchup against #8 Oklahoma State this week.
Andrew Downs sticks around for the second hour filling in for Ross and along with Chris Williams they chat about bladder irritants before getting into the ugliness of fans in the Tennessee - Ole Miss game and Ed Orgeron getting fired at LSU. Then Scott Dochterman from The Athletic joins to talk Big Ten football. To end the hour the guys give their BetRivers Parlay and Chris puts his foot in his mouth mistaking Tom Petty for Bruce Springsteen.
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They discuss the injury controversy from the Penn State game, recap the contest against the Nittany Lions, preview the Purdue matchup, talk about basketball media day and dive into football recruiting.
Scott Dochterman and Matt Fortuna focus on the Big Ten's big picture including the Big Ten (B)east which has five top 10 teams. (37:02) Plus, The Athletic's Mitch Sherman and Max Olson join the pod to talk about their story on Nebraska's wild 2003 coaching search. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Athletic's Scott Dochterman and Audrey Snyder go in depth on No. 4 Penn State at No. 3 Iowa this Saturday in Iowa City. This matchup has turned into a rivalry over the last 5-10 years thanks to some memorable games. Plus, should Michigan be on upset alert this weekend vs. Nebraska? The Wolverines are only a 3.5 point favorite in Lincoln. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Iowa gets set for a top-4 matchup with Penn State at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday. Scott Dochterman of the Athletic joins the program in the 2nd hour to discuss. Iowa State play-by-play voice John Walters joins the show in hour #1.
Scott Dochterman is joined by Joshua Perry to go in-depth on the Big Ten. The conference's rich history still impacts play today. Is Ohio State still the gold standard of the conference? Iowa and Penn State are knocking on the door in 2021. Michigan has a chance for a bounceback season. Is Iowa good enough on offense to with the league? Joshua talks about getting recruited by Urban Meyer, playing at Ohio State and how he uses analytics to study modern football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic and Rob Howe return with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They preview Friday's Maryland game, talk about Spencer Petras' improving, running game fixes and Jack Campbell's rise.
The four at four covers the finish in MLB, particularly in the National League, Maryland, Jerry Kill getting bonked in the SMU game and the power of media involving Formula 1 and the Netflix show "Drive to Survive." Then Scott Dochterman of The Athletic joins to discuss the Big Ten and conference realignment. To end the hour Chris fields a question from a caller who wants to wonder why cable entities can't offer sports games a la carte.
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe are back with the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They review the Kent State game, preview the Colorado State game, discuss Iowa men's basketball and UI adding women's wrestling, and catch up with the Hawkeyes in the NFL.
Scott Dochterman is joined by Michigan State beat writer Colton Pouncy. The Spartans are off to a 3-0 start after beating a ranked Miami team on the road. This week they host Nebraska. Penn State looks like they have shrugged 2020 off. Is Michigan's 3-0 for real or fool's gold? Are people overreacting to CJ Stroud's performance at QB for Ohio State? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Todd and Alex react to Iowa and Iowa State victories from Saturday. Iowa State play-by-play voice John Walters stops by in the first hour. Scott Dochterman of the Athletic joins the program in the last half hour to talk Iowa Football. Chris Emma of 670 The Score WSCR in Chicago joins the show at the top of hour #2 to talk about the Bears quarterback saga.
The Athletic's Audrey Snyder joins Scott Dochterman to talk about the biggest game of the weekend: Penn State vs. Auburn. The Tigers are traveling to a Big Ten campus for the first time since 1931! Nittany Lions Head Coach James Franklin's name is being mentioned for the now open USC job. Plus, Iowa's big win over Iowa State has vaulted the Hawkeyes to top 5 in the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe bring you the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They look back at Indiana game, ahead to Cy-Hawk showdown, discuss football recruiting, and go over the Iowa men's and women's basketball scheduled released this week.
On this week's episode of One True Pod, Jason, Sam and Max dive into the latest expansion news in the Big 12 and when we can expect formal offers to be made to Houston, BYU, Cincinnati and UCF. Plus, week 2 preview and picks, including a conversation with The Athletic's Scott Dochterman about Cy-Hawk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman is joined by The Athletic's Max Olson to discuss the epic top 10 matchup between Iowa and Iowa State. The guys do a deep dive into one of the biggest 'CyHawk' matchups of all time. Ohio State also hosts Oregon this Saturday. Plus, takeaways from week 1 of Big Ten play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman and Audrey Snyder take a deep dive into the Big Ten's biggest game of the weekend: Wisconsin vs. Penn State. Plus, three other conference games are scheduled in week 1 including Ohio State at Minnesota on Thursday night, Michigan State at Northwestern on Friday night and Indiana at Iowa on Saturday. Plus, where is the best beer in the Big Ten? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman from the Athletic joins Rob Howe for the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast. They offer up their game-by-game predictions for Iowa Football, team MVPs, breakout players and fearless predictions. They also discuss how The Alliance might impact the Cy-Hawk football game.
Scott Dochterman is joined by Jesse Temple to preview Saturday's week 0 game between Nebraska and Illinois. It's a fascinating coaching matchup between Scott Frost and new Illini HC Bret Bielema. Plus, is Wisconsin in the driver's seat to win the west? Big Ten football is finally back. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe review Iowa Football Media Day and Kids Day, discuss NBA deals for Luka Garza and Joe Wieskamp, and talk about the Hawkeyes landing four-star running back Jaziun Patterson and what it means for recruiting in the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast.
The guys break down the story from Naomi Osaka's press conference where she got emotional and Chris points out why the narrative of the story isn't true. Then Scott Dochterman from the Athletic joins to talk about his recent profile on Spencer Petras and also looks at the Big Ten West Division and reporting from JOsh Kendall. They end the hour talking about astonishing news we somehow didn't know about John Stamos and the Beach Boys.
Scott Dochterman is joined by Mitch Sherman to discuss the recent realignment from a Nebraska point-of-view. Plus, Big Ten favorites and will the Cornhuskers make a bowl game in 2021? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 156 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is longtime WWE performer Seth Rollins, who will wrestle Edge on Aug. 21 at the WWE's annual SummerSlam event He is followed by The Athletic's Scott Dochterman, an Iowa-based college football writer who covered The Field of Dreams game in Dyersville, Iowa. In this podcast, Rollins discusses how he views promotion and navigates when some media outlets want him in character and storyline versus others who want to talk about the business of wrestling; how much Rollins can dictate which interviews he wants to do for press; talking to mainstream outlets versus traditional wrestling outlets; his philosophy of doing promos; how much his promo work is improvisation vs. scripted; bringing someone's real life into a promo; how he and his wife Rebecca Quin, who wrestles under the name Becky Lynch, navigate joint press; how he and Becky would approach the possibility of their real-life becoming part of storyline; navigating a massive social media following and the real mental health strain of toxic comments making their way to you; whether he would be interested in working as a heel or babyface commentator down the road, and much more. Dochterman describes what it was like covering the MLB Field of Dreams game in person; his expectations and the reality; how many media people were in attendance; how the event came together; what it meant to Iowans; whether he expects MLB to make this an annual event; You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In today's episode, Justin concludes our series of opponent previews by welcoming Scott Dochterman of The Athletic to discuss Nebraska's appropriately scheduled Black Friday matchup with Iowa. More from Scott and The Athletic: Web: https://theathletic.com/author/scott-dochterman/ Twitter: @ScottDochterman | @TheAthleticCFB Many thanks to our sponsors: Central Nebraska Buffalo Web: https://www.cnbuffalo.com Twitter: @CentralBuffaloE-Mail: email@example.comPhone: 402-694-9866 Monte Rohde, Pinnacle Realty Phone: 402-770-3356 E-Mail: Monty.Rohde@PRGLincoln.com Web: https://www.prglincoln.com/agents/agnt/monty_rohde/
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe preview Iowa Football media day storylines, discuss what they'll be watching at Kids Day and update how the Hawkeyes are doing in the NBA Summer League in the latest episode of the Hawkeye Hotspot Podcast.
Scott Dochterman is joined by The Athletic's Matt Fortuna to discuss the most recent buzz surrounding the Big Ten and possible realignment. Plus, Matt talks about why Northwestern and Illinois need to do a better job recruiting home-grown talent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scott Dochterman of the Athletic talks Iowa Football with Todd and Alex in the first hour. Love it or Leave it kicks off hour #2. [audio mp3="https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/400/2021/08/06180007/TBS-08-06.mp3"][/audio]
Scott Dochterman from The Athletic and Rob Howe preview Iowa Football camp, review Joe Weiskamp and Luke Garza in the NBA Draft, discuss Thomas Gilman winning a bronze medal and the Hawkeyes picking up key commitments from area prep athletes this week.
It was a very good night for Iowa basketball with Joe Wieskamp and Luka Garza both being selected. We brought on Scott Dochterman from The Athletic on to discuss the impact it will have on Iowa basketball. We also discuss the Iowa football field name change to honor Duke Slater, a long look at college […]