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Melsahn Basabe left the comforts of Iowa City this summer to get a taste of the real life in his native New York City. The Hawkeye senior feels refreshed and ready for his final go-around in college basketball with a clear mind and focus.
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The Iowa men’s bsaketball team is preparing for their European tour and met with the media on Monday.
Melsahn Basabe Left His Comfort Zone this Summer to Get a Taste of Real Life – http://t.co/DRdo7fA2Y7 #Hawkeyes
— Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) August 5, 2013
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This Iowa Hawkeyes piece is from new TSB contributor Helen Salinger
Way back when, in a time long ago, when I was a young woman growing up in the far reaches and backwoods of Minnesota, my best friend made a declaration to me while we were in high school.
“I want to go to the University of Iowa.”
Granted, these were the days of Hayden Fry, but only I would know something...
Iowa wide receiver Cameron Wilson and lineman Drew Clark have left the program.
Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz announced Monday that Wilson, a redshirt freshman, notified him last month that he intends to transfer. Clark, a seldom-used senior from nearby Marion, Iowa, will forego his final season to focus on his schoolwork.
Iowa opened fall practice on Monday. The Hawkeyes will hold...
The Iowa State Cyclones unveiled these 1920 throwback uniforms that they will wear for their game against the Iowa Hawkeyes in the battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy. Personally, I think these jerseys are awesome. A great throwback is always better than some of these new uniforms that teams have been unveiling this year. The stripes on the front of the jersey is a great look and...
The Iowa State Cyclones are set to wear throwback, Jack Trice-inspired 1920s era football uniforms when they host the rival Iowa Hawkeyes on Sept. 15.