A Michigan man with a long career in Iowa
Tag: Iowa Head Coach
Leonard Raffensperger: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1950-1951)
A knee injury took him off the field. As a high school coach he did well, but at the collegiate, average.
Clem Crow: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1945)
His shortest coaching tenure was at Iowa while he filled in for Eddie Anderson who was still serving in the army.
Edward Madigan: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1943-1944)
Most of his career was spent at St Mary’s where he took a small school and built a football team capable of defeating Rose Bowl teams.
Edward “Eddie” Anderson: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1939-1949)
1900, Nov 11: Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa Mason City High School in Mason City, Iowa 1918 -1921, Played football for Notre Dame. Coached by Knute Rockney. Teammate of George “The Gipper” Gipp….
Ira Tubbs: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1937-1938)
1887, Feb 12: Born 1910s: Quarterback and End for William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri 1923–1925: Head Coach, Superior State Teachers College (Now known as University of Wisconsin-Superior) 1928–1929: Head Coach, Superior…
Oscar Solem: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1932-1936)
Solem signed a three-year contract with the Hawkeye’s, replacing coach Burt Ingwersen as the programs 13th head coach. During his first year, the Iowa athletic department was suffering heavily from the Great…
Burt Ingwersen: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1924-1931)
Ingwersen received a scholarship to play football at the University of Illinois. He played under Robert Zuppke from 1917 to 1919. During his time at Illinois, the Illini won two Western Conference…
Howard Jones: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1916-1923)
Howard Jones coached football for a variety of schools compiling an overall record of 194-64-21 and 5 National Championships. During his time at Yale, he played for a team that won 28…
Jesse Hawley: Head Coach Iowa Hawkeyes (1910-1915)
Iowa finished the 1910 season 5-2, including a loss to Missouri. Before traveling for the game, Hawley was warned to leave talented tail back Archie Alexander (a black player) at home due…