Iowa Football: 6 Things to Look for in the Hawkeyes' Spring Game

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Iowa Football: 6 Things to Look for in the Hawkeyes' Spring Game
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This Saturday, Kirk Ferentz and the Iowa Hawkeyes will hold the spring...ahem...game for those fans who will venture to Kinnick Stadium to see their team suit up for the last time until August.

As Iowa fans know, the Hawkeyes hold a "controlled scrimmage," which is a fancy phrase for glorified practice.

Typically, the team stretches and does calisthenics for 30 minutes, does drills for 30 minutes, skeleton drills for another 30 minutes and then a highly controlled situational scrimmage for the final half hour.

Sure, it's not going to bring in 81,000 fans a la Ohio State's 2012 spring game (per sportsbusinessdaily.com), but it's unlikely anyone gets hurt.

Besides there is still plenty to watch for, as the following will report.

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