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Moving day

The first session of summer term classes at Iowa begins tomorrow, something that also signals the start of summer workouts for the Hawkeye football team.
That turns today in movind day for a number of Iowa players, from veterans to incoming freshmen leaving home for the first time.
Off-season conditioning work begins this week for the group, but before leaving for Iowa City at least one new Hawkeye took the field one final time as a prep player in his home state.
Drew Ott scored a touchdown Saturday in the Nebraska Shrine Bowl high school all-star game at Lincoln’s Memorial Stadium.
A defensive end recruit who was an eight-man standout at Giltner, Neb., Ott lined up at quarterback late in the second quarter of Saturday’s game and rushed for a 1-yard touchdown run to help the South team to a 34-18 win in front of a crowd of around 5,000.
Ott’s score gave the South a 14-3 lead which grew to 17-3 by halftime.

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