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Hawkeye decides to leave football program following weekend arrest

Hawkeye decides to leave football program following weekend arrest

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An Iowa Hawkeye football player, arrested over the weekend, has decided to transfer out of the program. Iowa head football coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed Wednesday that safety Nico Law will transfer from the Hawkeye football program.

This past weekend Law was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct following an altercation outside of an Iowa City restaurant.

Law who is from Clinton, Maryland, has played three seasons for the Hawkeyes. He saw limited action in all 13 games a year ago, recording four solo tackles and one assist.

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