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DES MOINES — Outside of a blocked shot, there’s nothing less SportsCenter-worthy in college basketball than old-fashioned, solid defense. Yet little else determines the outcome of a game quite like preventing your opponent from scoring easy Read More »
IOWA CITY — Here’s a question-and-answer session from today’s news conference with Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery:
Q. The Big Four Classic was extended for two more years through 2017. What are your thoughts on that?
COACH Mc Read More »
IOWA CITY — There’s 90 miles of distance between the Iowa and Northern Iowa campuses, but the competitions between the basketball programs were measured in blocks rather than miles for many of today’s players.
Iowa senior guard Josh O Read More »
The same day it was announced the Big Four Classic was a sellout for Saturday at Wells Fargo Arena, the four participating schools announced an extension of the Classic through 2017.
Iowa State plays Drake at 4 p.m. and Iowa plays No Read More »
Probably before he finished his Wednesday morning workout, Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff had made two more All-American teams. By dinner time, it was three.
And now it’s time for the senior from Denison to pose for a portrait. Read More »
IOWA CITY -- When the Iowa and Iowa State managers play each other, it might be more intense than the real Cy-Hawk series.
It is undoubtedly the best-kept secret about the series. In a nearly empty arena last Thursday after the women’s game Read More »
IOWA CITY — A competitive first half descended into a jaw-dropping barrage of Iowa turnovers and Iowa State points early in the second half.
The Cyclones connected on 10 of their first 11 shots of the second half and converted five Io Read More »
IOWA CITY — Once again, it was the hostesses with the most.
No. 24 Iowa wiped out most of a massive first-half rebounding disparity, and Whitney Jennings introduced herself to the Cy-Hawk women’s basketball rivalry in the Hawkeyes’ 76 Read More »
IOWA CITY — Iowa State forward Georges Niang sat next to his coach, Fred Hoiberg, last December and delivered a salvo that still echoes throughout the state nearly a year later.
“I think the rivalry is back,” Niang said. “Both teams a Read More »
A suit and tie is most decidedly not Brandon Scherff’s preferred look.
There he was on Thursday night, on a stage, on ESPN, shaking Rece Davis’ hand and accepting the 69th Outland Trophy. It’s safe to say the 6-5, 323-pound offensive Read More »
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