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Hawks Prove Themselves on National Stage

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It summed up everything about the 2009 Hawkeyes, a magic-carpet ride that ended on a chilly night that felt more like Madison in November than South Beach in January.

“Hawkeye weather,” coach Kirk Ferentz called it.

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