Sean Neugent

Sean Neugent

Sean is a public relations professional at Performance Marketing and has written for HN.com since 2014. He is married to his wife Danielle & they have a son Phineas (Finn).
In the next few years, who are you more optimistic about?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
2/3/2017

In the next few years, who are you more optimistic about?

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UI Men's Basketball WINNER

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UI Football

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UI Men's Basketball

In the next few years, who are you more optimistic about?
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Jay Cole
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Jay Cole

Fran McCaffery seems to be willing to adjust to the players he has. The team has continued to get better since he was hired when the program had hit rock bottom. Kirk Ferentz does not change anything, he just moves assistants around. The offense has been in a rut for too many years.

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Jeff Gehbauer
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Jeff Gehbauer

They are building teams that have talent inside and out. I actually like the 2016-2017 more than any of the prior Fran Mc teams. This group is very athletic and plays like it belongs, even though they are presently starting 4 freshmen. They don't rattle or panic and keep coming after you.

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David Spencer
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David Spencer

Much better head coach-better recruiter- better game day coach- will not settle for slightly above average.

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Steve Fuller
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Steve Fuller

Freshman class without precedent. Fun team excites recruits.

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James Martin
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James Martin

Amazing Freshmen/ Sophmore Talent.

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Joey Lang
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Joey Lang

I think it's pretty obvious but with 11 underclassmen on the roster the future looks bright. As long as Greg Davis is in town, I have no hope for the future of the football team.

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Chad
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Chad

Football success is mostly schedule and loghtening in a bottle situations. Bball steady rise in talent.

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Curtis B
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Curtis B

Its simple math really. Fran just has to recruit a couple stars, 3 good players, and the rest role players. Ferentz has to recruit 50+ players on both sides of the ball and develop them. Few football players come into the college game ready to immediately contribute, the same is not true for bb

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Robert Boyd
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Robert Boyd

young talent, a coach who's still got something to prove

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Brian Heiden
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Brian Heiden

very strong young team. Jordan Bohannon is the real deal at point guard

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hawkeyes4life
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hawkeyes4life

This one shouldnt even be close. Until the Iowa football program changes its offense up we are doomed. The defense is going to regress and wont be able to hold us in close games anymore

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Matt LaCasse
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Matt LaCasse

Much younger team with a coach who has proven he and his staff can develop talent. I think the young talent on the basketball team exceeds that of the football team as well. If Cook/Bohannon/Pemsl progress as expected, could be a deep March threat in the next few years. No such aspirations with FB.

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UI Football

In the next few years, who are you more optimistic about?
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Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
9/17/2017

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?

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C.J. Beathard WINNER

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Jake Rudock

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C.J. Beathard

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
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Jake Rudock

Which former Iowa QB will be the first to throw an NFL pass?
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Gabe Pyle
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Gabe Pyle

As of now he's the #2 guy in Detroit. CJ is 3rd in San Fran. As far as sneaking into a game goes due to injury or whatever JR is closer. But as far as winning a starting gig goes I think both are a long ways away from that.

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Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
Sean Neugent Asked by Sean Neugent
3/25/2017

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?

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Peter Jok

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Nicholas Baer WINNER

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Peter Jok

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
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Brad Schwickerath
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Brad Schwickerath

Wins games at the foul line. Period

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Max Stanley
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Max Stanley

Curt Rambis and Phil Jackson weren't MVP's. Jok is a consistent player and a real drawing card for the opposition while on the floor. Not a spark plug.

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Jonathan Curtis
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Jonathan Curtis

I love baers energy and enjoy watching him play but Jok is a premier scorer and you just can't top that in a player. You can get find guys who play will passion and spark the team. But great scores can't just be mustard up.

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Ryan Vogt
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Ryan Vogt

This shouldnt even be a poll. Baer is great but without Jok (yes, I know he was out 3 games against bad teams) there is no way Iowa has 15 wins.

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Nicholas Baer

Who is a more vital player for Iowa men's basketball?
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Jason Mcneeley
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Jason Mcneeley

Seemed like we played better as a team when jok was out

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Joey Lang 2
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Joey Lang 2

He is much more vital to the future of the team only being a sophomore and Jok a senior.

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Gabe Pyle
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Gabe Pyle

It's not even just the games. With this young team he brings the intensity to practice every game that makes everyone around him have to step up their level of play. It'd be easier with this group to replace Joks scoring then Baers intangibles to me. Scoring hasn't been the issue for this team

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Sean Neugent
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Sean Neugent

He has the heart of a champion and motivates all the players around him to be better. You can't coach the passion that Baer brings.

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