Erick All was a part of Iowa’s disastrous offensive showing in the loss to Penn State. However, he is not pinning that loss on anything other than a lack of execution.

On Wednesday, All addressed the media and noted the Hawkeyes could have played a lot better and said everything had to do with executing. The struggles of Iowa were also unrelated to playcalling “or anything else.”

He said the team knows it did not execute but maintains a belief it can get there.


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Starting quarterback Cade McNamara discussed the loss at a Tuesday press conference and was asked about the lack of targets for wide receivers. McNamara specifically noted he’s not “calling the plays” and is simply focused on getting the ball to the open player whenever a play is called.

As for his personal game, All noted that ball security is something to work on and shouldered the blame for “a huge fumble” in the loss to Penn State.

Iowa will need to lean on All a bit more moving forward with tight end Luke Lachey injured and out for a significant stretch of time. So far, All has 10 catches, tied for Lachey for the most on the Hawkeyes.