Monday, January 20, 2014

Michigan faces next Big Ten basketball test from Iowa

Michigan has had its way with Iowa in recent years.
That might not mean anything to the current Hawkeyes when they visit Ann Arbor for a key Big Ten basketball game Wednesday night.
Iowa, which is 4-1 in the Big Ten and 15-3 overall, has lost to Villanova, at Iowa State and at Wisconsin. All three of the teams that have beaten Iowa are in the current AP Top 25.
The Hawkeyes lead the Big Ten in scoring with 86.8 points per game, and they have outscored opponents by an average of 20.2 ppg, second-best in the country to defending national champion Louisville.
Michigan has won 10 of its last 12 meetings with Iowa, including the last four at Crisler Center.
U-M and coach John Beilein defeated Iowa 95-67 last season.

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