Iowa beat UNI on the strength of Roy Devyn Marble and Mike Gesell, each of whom were due for a big game and each delivered in a big way on the same day. Marble set the Wells Fargo Area record for points with 30 in a game and Gesell got out of his shooting funk and hit the open shots he has been missing, by going 4-6 and scoring a career high 23. Iowa defended the three point shot well today, while allowing the Panthers guards to seemingly drive at will. Iowa took Mark Sonnen out of the game after
It has been painfully obvious as many of stomachs have turned ever so slightly into full blown nausea every time the Hawkeyes would enter a stadium and try and manuever around the opposition with a new offensive coordinator and his brilliant schemes, while trying to figure out ways not to lose a game, which, we ultimately did. The apparent insight of our Head Coach, and all his Ferentz-isms, have turned many a true, die-hard, Hawk fan into a self-doubting person, and we continue to scratch our heads
79 points should win a college basketball game. This looked eerily similar to Indiana and Oregon last year.
This club has made strides from last year, but they are still lacking a toughness. Defense and rebounding are all about toughness. And the last two games, these two areas have been exploited. Knowing where you need to be. Knowing where your opponent wants to go. Knowing where the ball will be. Beating guys to spots. Being physical. Tonight was difficult. The stripes weren't
Updated 11-28-2012 at 08:02 AM by bamahawkeye
Urban Meyer has guided the Ohio State Buckeyes to a 12-0 season. What does it matter?
Living in Michigan and close to Ohio, it is amazing how scathing OSU fans really are. They are almost as bad as Notre Dame fans when it comes to their arrogance and comments.
Here is what they don't realize about this season, it goes down in OSU history as an undefeated regular season, but it is over. There is no bowl game to go too, there is no BIG championship, there is nothing.
Well, at least it's over with.
Watching the ending of the Nebraska game didn't bring anger. It didn't bring frustration. It didn't bring disappointment. It brought laughter. Sarcasm. Mockery. The amount of ineptitude on the field and sidelines today was no longer surprising, it was common. It was expected. There is still disgust. But the relief of this season being over with trumps the sickening feeling.
As I laughed, I thought to myself for the 1,000th time, 'KF is
Updated 11-23-2012 at 03:37 PM by bamahawkeye
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