1939 Iowa Hawkeyes Football Team

The 1939 Iowa Hawkeyes football team represented the University of Iowa in the college football season of 1939. The team, nicknamed the Ironmen, was coached by Dr. Eddie Anderson and was led on the field by halfback Nile Kinnick.

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1939 Iowa Hawkeyes Football Team - Postseason
... Kinnick was involved in 107 of the 130 points that Iowa scored and played 402 of a possible 420 minutes ... He was named A consensus first team All-American The Big Ten MVP The Walter Camp Award winner The Maxwell Award winner The Heisman Trophy winner Associated ... Iowa did not attempt a field goal all season ...

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