Iowa Football: 5 Things to Expect from Greg Davis's New Up-Tempo Offense

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Iowa Football: 5 Things to Expect from Greg Davis's New Up-Tempo Offense
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As 2012 Hawkeye spring practices were nearing an end, new offensive line coach Brian Ferentz tweeted the following:

"Big day of practice today. Time to continue working a little no-huddle!"

In doing so, he got the Hawkeye news forums a-buzzing, as Iowa fans have been wondering what, if any, changes new Iowa offensive coordinator Greg Davis will bring to a Hawkeye offense that has been underachieving at best and stale at worst under former OC Ken O'Keefe.

It was an offense that even head coach Kirk Ferentz admitted, with or without a new coordinator, "needed fix."

Obviously, we won't know exactly what changes Davis will make or will be allowed to make, but based on what we can glean from various media sources, recruiting and the open spring scrimmage, we can begin to hypothesize some new wrinkles the Hawkeye offense might employ in 2012.

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