Can Iowa Football HC Kirk Ferentz Survive the Racial Issues in his Program?


Kirk Ferentz has been the coach at Iowa for over 20 years. He's a staple in the Iowa community and leads his team, but former players have come out against people on his coaching staff, including his oldest son Brian. According to a plethora of tweets, there is a culture that puts down black people from expressing themselves and the main culprit is strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle.

Here are some of the many tweets that came in over the weekend.

Kirk Ferentz held a press conference about the allegations and Coach Doyle was placed on administrative leave. Doyle is considered one of, if not the, best strength and conditioning coach in the country and makes well over $800,000 a year.

Doyle tweeted out a statement refuting the racist comments.

Do you think the longest tenured coach in college football will make it through this? You tell us.


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