Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says it would take a tremendous opportunity to get him to leave Iowa and can’t envision what it would be. The Hawks wrapped up a share of the Big Ten title with a victory at Minnesota last Saturday and Ferentz’s name is already being mentioned with some potential N-F-L coaching vacancies. Ferentz says he would consider the N-F-L once he’s 58, because by then he wouldn’t mind if he got fired. He says players last about three years on average in the N-F-L and coaches probably go quicker. Ferentz says just because his name gets linked to potential openings does not mean he is interested. He says he was linked to some jobs last year after winning 7 games, and that’s likely to happen again after they won 11. Ferentz says he is happy with his current job and Iowa is a great place to be. He says his family is happy and he has a kid on the team.