Found March 16, 2014 on College Spun:
Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Iowa Hawkeyes were given an 11-seed in the Midwest-region. They are coached by Fran McCaffery and hail from the Big Ten. You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket. Where: They will open play against Tennessee in the first round in Dayton. Winner gets UMass in Raleigh on Friday. Why: Iowa finished the regular season with an 9-9 record in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes posted notable victories over Ohio State and Michigan during conference play. Ceiling: Iowa had a decent amount of hype coming into the season, and lived up to it on the offensive end at least. The Hawkeyes topped 80 points nine times in the historically slower Big Ten. They are ranked in the top 12 in the nation in scoring, rebounding, and assists. Defense can be an issue for Iowa, but this is a team that can definitely make a run to the second weekend.

Vols Face Iowa In NCAA Play-In Game

The No. 11 seeds Tennessee Vols and Iowa Hawkeyes will face off in a NCAA Tournament play-in game Wednesday at 9:10pm ET. The winner will play No. 6 seed UMass on Friday. A play-in game is probably not what the Vols were looking for when the bracket was announced this evening, but there is a silver lining to this. Both Iowa and UMass are very winnable games for the Vols. The bad part is the

Selection Sunday: Marble

Roy Devyn Marble saw the lows during his Iowa career. Sunday night, the Hawkeye senior experienced a high when it was announced that he would be playing in his first NCAA Tournament.

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