Iowa Football: Kirk Ferentz's 7 Biggest Worries Headed into Spring Practice

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Iowa Football: Kirk Ferentz's 7 Biggest Worries Headed into Spring Practice
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The Iowa Hawkeyes and head coach Kirk Ferentz will begin spring practices in three weeks (March 27), at which time the Hawks will hope to turn around a program that has been skidding since 2010's Orange Bowl victory.

That skid (hopefully) hit its nadir with last season's 4-8 showing.

Nonetheless, this year's spring practice has as many uncertainties as last year's, and thus, as many worries.

Due to his contract, Ferentz probably doesn't have to worry about his job, but he still has his legacy to consider—a legacy that, at this point, is considerably less impressive than it was three years ago.

With that in mind, the following will address, from least to greatest, what Ferentz's worries are as it concerns rebuilding his program and maintaining his legacy.

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