951 The Bull Sports Report (4/30)

Tyler Cropley’s (crop-lee) two-run walk off homer lifted Iowa to a 7-5 victory over seventh ranked Michigan as the Hawkeyes claimed the rubber match of a Big Ten series against the Wolverines yesterday. It was a game Iowa trailed 5-0 early.

Cropley says there was no panic despite the early deficit.

The Hawkeyes improve to 9-7 in the Big Ten. Here’s what Iowa head baseball coach Rick Heller had to say.

Iowa hosts Missouri on Tuesday.

The NFL wrapped-up its 2018 Draft on Saturday.  Josh Jackson became the latest Iowa Hawkeye to be drafted by the Green Bay Packers after he was taken in the second round of the NFL Draft. Jackson began his Iowa career as a receiver before making the switch to corner.

Jackson says playing receiver helped him become a better corner.

Jackson on the challenge of playing corner in the NFL.

Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst on the selection of Jackson.

Gutekunst was surprised Jackson was available in the second round.

Jackson joins Brian Bulaga in 2010, Mike Daniels in 2012 and Micah Hyde in 2013 as Hawkeyes who have been drafted by Green Bay.

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