By Brendan Stiles
All season long, we have conducted a series of weekly podcasts called “Talkin’ Hawks,” previewing each upcoming game for the Iowa Hawkeyes throughout the 2013 season.
As the Hawkeyes begin their final preparations for the 2014 Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 against the 14th-ranked LSU Tigers, we present to you a special bowl edition of “Talkin’ Hawks.” Former Iowa defensive back Chris Rowell (2005-09) joins me, as he has all season long, to discuss what has taken place over the last couple of weeks with the Hawkeye football program in addition to previewing Iowa’s showdown against LSU.
In addition, we also provide our predictions for every Big Ten and BCS bowl game, all of which are featured on our HawkeyeDrive.com Bowl Pick ‘Em.
HawkeyeDrive.com will be in Florida providing four days of Outback Bowl coverage, which begins Dec. 29 from Tampa, and concludes with complete coverage of the game between Iowa and LSU at Raymond James Stadium on Jan. 1. Kickoff is scheduled for 12 p.m. Central, and the game will be televised nationally by ESPN.
I’d also like to take this opportunity and thank all of you who have signed up to become a HawkeyeDrive.com paid subscriber. Your support is greatly appreciated. For those interested in becoming a member, we offer a three-day free trial, as well as monthly and yearly subscriptions of either $9.99 per month or $89.99 per year. By becoming a member, you will have access to every bit of content posted, including anything labeled “premium” in the headlines.
Merry Christmas to you all and I hope you enjoy our final edition in 2013 of the “Talkin’ Hawks” podcast, exclusively on HawkeyeDrive.com:
HawkeyeDrive.com – @HawkeyeDrive
Brendan Stiles – @thebstiles
Chris Rowell – @Crowell34
Special thanks to all of the following folks who were guests this season on the “Talkin Hawks” podcast:
Steve Nitz (DeKalb Daily Chronicle), Lyndal Scranton (Springfield News-Leader), Randy Peterson (Des Moines Register), David Drew (Kalamazoo Gazette/MLive.com), Marcus Fuller (St. Paul Pioneer Press), Joe Rexrode (Detroit Free Press), Doug Lesmerises (Cleveland.com), Kevin Trahan (Inside Northwestern), Tom Mulhern (Wisconsin State Journal), Chris Emma (Boiler Sports Report), Mark Snyder (Detroit Free Press) and Brandon Vogel (Hail Varsity)
*Intro sound byte credit to my former Daily Iowan colleague Ryan Young for putting that together.