IOWA CITY, Ia. – Iowa’s senior class is rooted in Hawkeyes basketball history. Some of it you know. But maybe not all of it. Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. game against Illinois will be the final home appearance for Devyn Marble. He’s done a commendable job of stepping out of the footprint left by his father, Roy, […]
As America’s college basketball fan base awoke this morning, it caught glimpses of Iowa’s basketball program — on televisions, laptop screens and the sports page of the nation’s largest newspaper. None of what they saw was good. Forget the result of Iowa’s 86-76 loss at Michigan State, one of the toughest places in the country to […]
Graham Counch from the Lansing State Journal and Joe Rexrode from the Detroit Free Press break down the Michigan State-Iowa game.
Media Release IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa football senior linebacker James Morris has been awarded a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The announcement was made Friday by the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Committee. Morris, a native of Solon, Iowa, will earn his degree in May. He carries a 3.87 grade […]
Big and Little Cyclones and Hawkeyes will give the Iowa football fans a weekend doubleheader. The Iowa High School Athletic Association announced schedules for football teams for the next two seasons today. Among the new rivalries created is a game between Ames and Iowa City High on the eve of the annual Iowa-Iowa State clash. The […]
During his turns behind the microphone last summer on the Iowa banquet circuit, Tom Brands would point to one shortcoming his program needed to address in its quest for conference and national wrestling supremacy. Like everyone else in college wrestling, the Hawkeyes had fallen behind Penn State and the stack of bonus points it could […]
In the end, Tom Brands opted for the guy who had the 125-pound job in the beginning. The Iowa wrestling coach confirmed Wednesday that Cory Clark will represent the Hawkeyes this weekend at the Big Ten Championships after splitting time throughout the season with fellow freshman Thomas Gilman. “I’ve been saying all year we’ve got […]
It looked like the prime schedule to pack fans into Carver-Hawkeye Arena at a record rate, but Iowa had to overcome a blizzard, an ice storm and other less-than-ideal circumstances this year to break its own national wrestling attendance mark. The Hawkeyes led the country in dual attendance for the eighth straight season and set […]
More than four months ago, Theairra Taylor stood at media day and promised she wasn’t leaving Iowa without some hardware.
Three games in a 72-hour span certainly makes the Big Ten Tournament a busy time for Iowa players.
Samantha Logic knows the list.
INDIANAPOLIS Trailing by a point late in the first half with your all-conference point guard sitting on the bench with three fouls seems to fall under the category of an uncomfortable situation. Unless you are the Iowa women’s basketball team. With Samantha Logic sidelined with three fouls, Iowa overcame its only deficit of the game with […]
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Tom Izzo is in his 19th season as Michigan State’s head basketball coach. Now the Big Ten’s fourth-winningest coach of all time, he has lost at least one home game to every Big Ten team with a single, solitary exception. Izzo is 15-0 at home against Iowa, the Spartans’ opponent in Thursday’s […]
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No. 23 Iowa overcame a seven-point deficit in the final 12 minutes to earn an 87-80 win over No. 17 Purdue in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Iowa senior forward Zach McCabe and Michigan State junior guard Travis Trice got into a bit of a scuffle late in the second half of the Spartans’ 86-76 win Thursday night, and it resulted in an ejection — but for neither player. The Spartans’ Russell Byrd was thrown out after leaving the bench. A double […]
EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State’s mastery of Iowa continued Thursday at the Breslin Center. The 22nd-ranked Spartans started the second half on a 9-0 run to reverse momentum, resorted to a more determined and physical style of play on defense, and beat No. 24 Iowa for the 18th consecutive time at home, 86-76. It was […]