Explore Iowa, Coaches and more!

Explore related topics

University of #Iowa -- Coach Hayden Fry wearing #TheGame triple bar #hat. #Hawkeyes #collegefootball http://thegameheadwear.com/

University of #Iowa -- Coach Hayden Fry wearing #TheGame triple bar #hat. #Hawkeyes #collegefootball http://thegameheadwear.com/

Kirk Ferentz, Head football coach for University of Iowa.

Kirk Ferentz, Head football coach for University of Iowa.

Bump Elliott | Bump Elliott served at the University of Iowa's athletic director from 1970 to 1991. He hired some of the best coaches Iowa has ever seen such as Dan Gable, Hayden Fry, Lute Olson, and Dr. Tom Davis. Elliott was known as a "Coach's AD" only hiring coaches he trusted and giving them endless support during their careers with Iowa. During his time as the athletic director the Hawkeyes won 41 Big Ten Championships and 11 NCAA Championships.

Bump Elliott | Bump Elliott served at the University of Iowa's athletic director from 1970 to 1991. He hired some of the best coaches Iowa has ever seen such as Dan Gable, Hayden Fry, Lute Olson, and Dr. Tom Davis. Elliott was known as a "Coach's AD" only hiring coaches he trusted and giving them endless support during their careers with Iowa. During his time as the athletic director the Hawkeyes won 41 Big Ten Championships and 11 NCAA Championships.

Forest Evashevski | In 1952 Evashevski became Iowa's 19th head football coach. Upon getting the job he warned the administration that he wanted to make UI's presence known in the Big Ten and in order to do that he instilled a fighting attitude into players and coaches. The 1958 Iowa team won the Big Ten Conference Title and the 1959 Rose Bowl under Evashevski. In 1960 Evashevski replaced Paul Brechler as Iowa's athletic director, a position he would hold until 1970.

Forest Evashevski | In 1952 Evashevski became Iowa's 19th head football coach. Upon getting the job he warned the administration that he wanted to make UI's presence known in the Big Ten and in order to do that he instilled a fighting attitude into players and coaches. The 1958 Iowa team won the Big Ten Conference Title and the 1959 Rose Bowl under Evashevski. In 1960 Evashevski replaced Paul Brechler as Iowa's athletic director, a position he would hold until 1970.

Norm Parker  - Spent 12 years as defensive coordinator at the University of Iowa. He previously coached the Hawkeye inside linebackers and he coached the outside linebackers during his first three years on the Iowa staff. He was 72. (January 13th)

Norm Parker - Spent 12 years as defensive coordinator at the University of Iowa. He previously coached the Hawkeye inside linebackers and he coached the outside linebackers during his first three years on the Iowa staff. He was 72. (January 13th)

Cambus Coach # 60, operating on the University of Iowa campus. This bus is a 1977 Flxible, powered by a Detroit 6V71 diesel. Picture taken circa 1982.

Cambus Coach # 60, operating on the University of Iowa campus. This bus is a 1977 Flxible, powered by a Detroit 6V71 diesel. Picture taken circa 1982.

Lute Olson | Lute Olson became Iowa's head basketball coach in 1974. During his career at Iowa he built a very successful program. While at Iowa he won a Big Ten Regular Season Championship in 1979 and was awarded Big Ten Coach of the Year in 1979 and 1981. He led the Hawkeyes to an NCAA Tournament Final Four appearance in 1980 and a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 1983. He resigned shortly after to take the head-coaching job at Arizona.

Lute Olson | Lute Olson became Iowa's head basketball coach in 1974. During his career at Iowa he built a very successful program. While at Iowa he won a Big Ten Regular Season Championship in 1979 and was awarded Big Ten Coach of the Year in 1979 and 1981. He led the Hawkeyes to an NCAA Tournament Final Four appearance in 1980 and a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 1983. He resigned shortly after to take the head-coaching job at Arizona.

Tom Davis | Davis took over as Iowa's head basketball coach in 1986. During his career at Iowa he led the men's basketball team to two NIT appearances and nine NCAA tournaments. During those tournaments the team made two Sweet Sixteen appearances and one Elite Eight appearance. Davis left Iowa in 1999 to coach at Drake University Today he remains as UI's winningest coach in school history with a combined record of 269-140.

Tom Davis | Davis took over as Iowa's head basketball coach in 1986. During his career at Iowa he led the men's basketball team to two NIT appearances and nine NCAA tournaments. During those tournaments the team made two Sweet Sixteen appearances and one Elite Eight appearance. Davis left Iowa in 1999 to coach at Drake University Today he remains as UI's winningest coach in school history with a combined record of 269-140.

Pinterest
Search