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  1. Assume the Position 2015: QuarterbackRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | Black Heart Gold Pants

    ... more. That's why we rank the positions from most certain to least certain. In 2013, Iowa was searching for James Vandenberg's replacement. The coaching staff eventually settled on sophomore Jake Rudock , the presumptive favorite out of a group of ...

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  2. Five Thoughts: Valley Spring ScrimmageRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Black Heart Gold Pants

    ... I think Ferentz didn't manage correctly would be 1) not redshirting Drew Tate in 2003 and 2) giving James Vandenberg literally every snap in 2012. The Beutjer stuff, you can't fault Ferentz for foreseeing, and 2001 Brad Banks was certainly not 2002 ...

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  3. Gone Baby Gone: Jake Rudock to Reportedly TransferRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2015 | Black Heart Gold Pants

    ... game and a QB rating of 133.5. Not world-beating stuff, but not bad (especially considering how miserable James Vandenberg was in this same offense). The problem, of course, was that Rudock's stats don't tell the whole story. He had a dizzying array ...

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  4. Martin-Manley sees the end and a possible recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2014 | KCRG

    ... for him. It would be nice to see.' From how many quarterbacks has he caught passes? In 2011 and '12, it was James Vandenberg. In '13, of course it was Jake Rudock and C.J. Beathard. Same for 2014 with Rudock and Beathard throwing passes. (By the ...

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  5. Iowa Northwestern Preview 2014: Van Hoose Let the Dogs OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Black Heart Gold Pants

    ... those stats in the "Leaders" section) that QB A is Trevor Siemian so far this year. QB B? Well, that's James Vandenberg seven games into his 2012 disasterpiece . So that's how Northwestern's passing game is going this year. And just as Vandenberg ...

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