MADISON, Wis. – There are better places to guess the score of a wrestling match than trying to read it on Derek St. John’s face. Whether he’s winning in the NCAA finals or in the middle of a Big Ten semifinal scrap with all but one section of the Kohl Center rooting against him, the flat-line […]
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IOWA CITY, Ia. – Jon Ekey’s last-second flick of the wrist was the ultimate slap in the face for Iowa’s basketball team “One has never actually fallen for me at the end of a game before,” the senior said after his 3-pointer from the left wing, over Aaron White’s outstretched arm, swished with less than a […]
Performing in pressure situations is a tough task for any player, especially a freshman.
Iowa’s run in the Big Ten Tournament and the Hawkeyes’ game of musical heroes marched on Saturday as the Hawkeyes won for the third time in three days at the Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
More than four months ago, Theairra Taylor stood at media day and promised she wasn’t leaving Iowa without some hardware.
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 […]
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.