The Iowa football team under Kirk Ferentz is about as consistent as it gets, but there have been struggles. Here are the three most underperforming teams.
We are still in the dogs days of summer where football is getting started but isn’t quite there yet, and baseball is really the only major sport on TV. For Iowa football fans, excitement is building, but we’ve still got five weekends until the kickoff of the first Hawkeyes game.
It’s a long time between then and now so our retroactive coverage and review of Kirk Ferentz’s tenure continue.
We’ve brought you the top three seasons in the Kirk Ferentz era, the top recruiting classes, and numerous position rankings, but today we’re going to be a little bit more negative and look at the three most disappointing seasons since Kirk has taken over the Iowa football program.
Disappointment can come from a number of things. The overall performance of the team can be disappointing or the team can perform poorly compared to expectations, and there has been a mix of both in the past two decades.
Here are the three most underperforming teams in the Kirk Ferentz era.