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Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Nov 19, 2012

As the specter of a losing season lurks in our Hawkeye hearts, how do loyal fans tame their hunger for victory? With recipes that cook up the Big Ten teams...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Oct 31, 2012

When it comes time for Hawkeye Football Media Day, Little Village always puts our Hawks to the test with a barrage of really tough questions, like “What’s on your iPod?”...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Sep 25, 2012

We all know there’s no better place to watch the Hawkeyes take the field than Kinnick Sweet Kinnick, but for those who aren’t season ticket holders or rich people, we...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Sep 6, 2012

Welcome back Hawk fans! Some of you are perusing your first ever issue of Little Village. How’s it feel? Pretty great? Go Hawks. But perhaps you, and even past readers,...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Jan 13, 2012

Ah, football. What is it about this sport? It’s more than the hot chocolate warming our hands through our mittens, the bass drum catching hold of the chilly air, or...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Dec 13, 2011

There is a man in my life who is 15 years younger than me. He is my brother—and he is a kid who was raised in youth sports. From an...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Nov 7, 2011

Saturday, Sept. 24 marked my first foray into an echelon of sports-reporting I’d previously only dreamed of: a seat in the Paul W. Brechler Press Box. I was given the...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Oct 17, 2011

Realists and dreamers alike know that real love stays, through both triumph and tragedy. Woe be to the Hawkeyes if we were the kind of fans who left the stadium...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Sep 4, 2011

Some say previews are for people who didn’t pay attention last year but, like so many of you, my memories of the the 2010 season must break through a thick...

Posted by Yale Cohn | Jan 4, 2011

After a season that began with high hopes and ended with stories of high players, people are looking elsewhere for their football fix as we enter the time of year...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Dec 3, 2010

Hey Ricky, You so Fine No denying, he’s got the numbers. Ricky Stanzi is a better QB than he was last year. With just four interceptions (vs. 15 last year)...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Nov 5, 2010

It’s not particularly hip to be a fan. Not that I’ve noticed, anyway. I’ve personally suffered many an eye-roll from less fanatic friends and I’ve seen fellow fans dressed in...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Oct 6, 2010

Everything about the Arizona game felt off. Thanks to an Auburn/Clemson (who cares?) overtime, most Hawk fans watching in Iowa City missed the key first possession, and the resulting blocked...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Sep 2, 2010

What do a bunch of polo-shirt wearing sports guys and your Townie Hawk have in common? We all attended Hawkeye Football Media Day, August 6, at the lovely Kinnick Stadium,...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Aug 10, 2010

Gearing up for football season in Iowa City is very much like a warrior painting his or her face for battle, gathering supplies and weaponry, readying oneself for the trials...

Posted by Drew Bulman | Aug 10, 2010

Friday was Iowa Hawkeye Football Media Day, and Little Village was there to do some hard-nosed reporting. We put Stephanie Catlett, author of Little Village’s “Townie Hawk” column, on the...