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Topic - Marcus Coker
The University of Iowa is refusing to release records showing how its administration responded to a woman's sexual assault claim against running back Marcus Coker.
Marcus Coker is leaving Iowa, the fifth talented running back lost by the Hawkeyes since 2010.
Iowa running back Marcus Coker has been suspended from the Dec. 30 Insight Bowl against Oklahoma after violating the university's student-athlete code of conduct.
Marcus Coker ran for 132 yards and a pair of touchdown and host Iowa held off a late Michigan rally to beat the 13th-ranked Wolverines 24-16 on Saturday.
Though Iowa has made a splash this season with a no-huddle look, the Hawkeyes are at their core a team that loves to grind it out on offense.
Running back Adam Robinson's promising career at Iowa is over.
It looked like the only way Iowa could compensate for losing running back Jewel Hampton was to give the ball to starter Adam Robinson.
"I was thinking too much and second-guessing holes, and you can't do that as a running back," Coker said. "Just a couple weeks ago when I talked to coach Ferentz, he said I just I had go out there and stop thinking so much, to stop overanalyzing everything and just go out there and play football and have fun."