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Hawks Filling the Void on the Defensive Line

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Going into the 2009 football season the Iowa Hawkeyes had fill a major void on the defensive line.  Departed seniors, Matt Kroul and Mitch King were not only four year starters, but both provided toughness and leadership for the Iowa defense. New starters Karl Klug and Broderick Binns have both filled in very well and they were huge contributors in the Hawkeyes' 21-10 upset of Penn State on Saturday.
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