IOWA CITY, Ia. – Devyn Marble’s scoring average has increased in each of his three seasons at Iowa. The Hawkeyes’ victory total has grown annually, too. So has average attendance at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. “When I first got here, there weren’t too many people in the seats,” the Hawkeyes’ junior guard said. “I think that makes [...]
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Father, son closing in on a first in Big Ten men’s basketball.
Roy Marble doesn’t want to offend Gary Dolphin and Bobby Hansen, the radio team that brings Iowa basketball games to fans across the state. But the Hawkeyes’ career scoring leader prefers live action over the airwaves. “Tell Dolph and Bobby it’s not as good as seeing it in person,” Marble said. Roy attended the first [...]
what can i do to get my ex back Devyn Marble, Iowa's leading scorer, made the trip with his teammates to Evanston, Ill., today. Whether or not he tries to play in Sunday's 4:30 p.m. game against Northwestern remains up in t what can i do to get my ex back he air. Iowa spokesman [...]
how can i get my ex girlfriend back IOWA CITY, Ia. – Carver-Hawkeye Arena was usually sold out when Roy Marble played basketball for Iowa. It’s only been on rare occasions that Marble’s son, Devyn, has played in the same atmosphere. But Friday was one of them. Carver-Hawkeye Arena’s announced attendance was 15,127, and Devyn [...]
Roy Marble has never forgotten something the late Barry Stevens told him many years ago. “Barry always talked about giving back, and taking care of your own,” Marble said. “That still exists today.” So when Marble, Iowa’s all-time scoring leader, was asked to offer some assistance in Iowa State’s recruitment of Monte Morris, he never [...]
It was not a pleasant meeting, the sharp edge of a metal bleacher and the head of a never-stops 5-year-old. But meet they did, and Matt Gatens knew something was wrong. “My friend was staring up at my head,” Gatens said. “I said, ‘Is it bleeding?’ He was speechless.” A Marshalltown police officer, working at [...]
There will be at least one celebration Saturday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Saturday.
IOWA CITY, Ia. – The VHS tape sits in a box in his basement. “I’ve never watched it,” Brad Lohaus said. The tape is a cruel reminder of the final game of Lohaus’ Iowa basketball career, which ended on the doorstep of the 1987 Final Four: No. 1 Nevada-Las Vegas 84, Iowa 81. The sting [...]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – Iowa’s Fabulous Five basketball team of 1955-56 spent five weeks rated in the Top 10, won 20 games and finished as the national runner-up. Bucky O’Connor’s legendary squad took a school-record 17-game winning streak into the NCAA championship game against San Francisco in Evanston, Ill. Bill Russell and the Dons snapped [...]