Former Iowa tight end Dallas Clark stepped up to the podium for a press conference on Tuesday as he was honored by the Iowa Farm Bureau and the University of Iowa as this year's ANF (America Needs Famers) Honoree. Clark was an outstanding tight end for the Hawkeyes and now farms in the state of Iowa and gives back to that community often, as well as to the Iowa football program and University of Iowa.
For more on Dallas Clark, click the following link to see what he had to say about the community, the university, his time at Iowa, his memories as a football player, and his future plans.
- Find out about his coaching wishes, and his goals and plans in that industry.
- Memories about his time in Iowa City and how often he returns to the university.
- How available he makes himself to the Iowa players, especially the tight ends.
- His thoughts on the culture at Iowa and what about the program makes so many former players return.
- Clark's path to being a football player at Iowa, who recruited him, his position change, and how he became so ingrained into the Iowa fabric.
- What his love and passion still is for the University of Iowa, Kirk Ferentz, and the football program.
- Read up on Clark's advice to the tight ends at Iowa, particularly Peter Pekar who may get the start this week and is walk-on much like Clark was initially.