Found March 05, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
Let’s forget we ever watched this one. The Illinois Fighting Illini and Iowa Hawkeyes set the game back a few decades. We’ll wash our eyeballs of a 63-55 contest won by Iowa that was Restoril or Ambien in college basketball form. The Hawks finish 15-2 at home, in a contest where “points in the paint” didn’t seem to apply. I was like one end had Dikembe Mutombo and the other had Manute Bol the way so many bunnies, chip-ins, lay-ins, tip-ins, and lay-ups were missed on both end. THIS .WAS. UGLY. Unlike Hawkeye cheerleader/pageant winner listed above The Fighting Illini have probably secured a NCAA bid as of Saturday, by accruing 8 Big Ten wins and 21 overall, especially with their resume. But they looked like a poor NIT team this evening. The Iowa Hawkeyes are squarely on the bubble, trying to become the conference’s eight team in the dance. The Fighting Illini lead the overall series 81-68, Iowa leads 53-20 at Iowa City. Then again the Fighting Illini had won their last three at Car...

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Iowa’s chances at an NCAA at large were slim before its game against Illinois. After a 63-55 win, the Hawkeyes chances are not as slim. The Hawkeyes came out firing early, getting out to a 9-3 lead that opened up to double digits before eight minutes were gone in the game. But Iowa let the Illini back in it and even surrendered the lead late in the first half before taking a...

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Iowa players Josh Oglesby, Roy Devyn Marble, Adam Woodbury and Gabe Olaseni spoke with the media after their 63-55 win against Illinois Tuesday night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. See what they had to say in these video interviews.

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