Charlie Neibergall, Associated Press
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Greg Davis spent 13 seasons calling the plays at Texas in a league famous for innovative attacks.
Now Davis is coordinating the offense for Iowa, often seen as the epitome of conservative Big Ten football.
Davis says the plan will be to merge the best of both worlds to create a system that can work for the Hawkeyes.
Davis, the former offensive coordinator under Mack Brown at Texas, met with the media Monday for the first time since taking over as the Hawkeyes offensive coordinator for Ken O'Keefe
Davis says he and coach Kirk Ferentz have discussed blending philosophies to create a system unique to Iowa.
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