HAWKEYES

Iowa-Michigan preview capsule

2014-01-22T14:45:00Z 2014-01-22T14:54:13Z Iowa-Michigan preview capsuleDon Doxsie ddoxsie@qctimes.com The Quad-City Times

WHEN: 6 p.m. today

WHERE: Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, Mich.

TV: Big Ten Network

RADIO: WOC (1420 AM), WMT (600 AM)

STORYLINES:

-- Michigan lost several players off last year’s NCAA runner-up team, but the Wolverines still are among Big Ten’s elite. Even with two players departed to the NBA and sophomore center Mitch McCary out for the season with a back injury, they are atop the league standings and ranked No. 21 in the nation. They remained unbeaten in league play with an impressive win over Wisconsin on Saturday.

-- Iowa trailed Minnesota by 10 points with a little more than a minute left in the first half Sunday, then outscored the Golden Gophers 61-30 the rest of the way to win 94-73. Five Hawkeyes scored in double figures, led by Aaron White with 18, Josh Oglesby with 17 and Devyn Marble with 16.

-- Michigan has plenty of players on the roster with good bloodlines. Glenn Robinson III is the son of former Purdue great Glenn Robinson. Jon Horford’s father, Tito, and brother, Al, both played in the NBA. Freshman reserve Andrew Dakich is the son of former Indiana player, now ESPN commentator Dan Dakich. And freshman center Mark Donnal is the brother of Iowa offensive lineman Andrew Donnal.

PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS

Iowa (15-3, 4-1)

Melsahn Basabe;6-7;sr.;7.7

Aaron White;6-9;jr.;14.0

Adam Woodbury;7-1;so.;5.4

Mike Gesell;6-1;so.;7.1

Devyn Marble;6-6;sr.;16.3

Michigan (13-4, 5-0)

Glenn Robinson III;6-6;so.;13.9

Caris Levert;6-6;so.;12.0

Jordan Morgan;6-8;sr.;4.7

Nik Stauskas;6-6;so.;18.0

Derrick Walton Jr.;6-1;fr.;8.1

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Basketball schedule

2014-15 Hawkeyes (19-10, 10-6)

11/02/14 Northwood (Exh.) W 92-51
11/14/14 Hampton W 90-56
11/17/14 ND State W 87-56
11/20/14 Texas # L 71-57
11/21/14 Syracuse # L 66-63
11/24/14 Pepperdine W 72-61
11/26/14 N. Illinois W 70-49
11/29/14 Longwood W 77-44
12/03/14 at N. Carolina W 60-55
12/06/14 Md. Baltimore Co. W 77-47
12/09/14 Alcorn State W 67-44
12/12/14 Iowa State L 90-75
12/20/14 N. Iowa* L 56-44
12/22/14 N. Florida W 80-70
12/30/14 at Ohio State W 71-65
01/05/15 Nebraska W 70-59
01/08/15 Michigan St. L 75-61
01/13/15 at Minnesota W 77-75
01/17/15 Ohio State W 76-67
01/20/15 at Wisconsin L 82-50
01/24/15 at Purdue L 67-63
01/31/15 Wisconsin L 74-63
02/05/15 at Michigan W 72-54
02/08/15 Maryland W 71-55
02/12/15 Minnesota L 64-59
02/15/15 at Northwestern L 66-61
02/19/15 Rutgers W 81-47
02/22/15 at Nebraska W 74-46
02/25/15 Illinois W 68-60
02/28/15 at Penn State W 81-77
03/03/15 at Indiana 6 p.m.
03/07/15 Northwestern 11 a.m.
03/11/15 Big Ten Tournament TBA
#-New York *-Des Moines  


Standings

Basketball schedule

2013-14 Hawkeyes (20-13, 9-9)

Sun., Nov. 3 Augustana (Exh) W 87-65
Fri., Nov. 8 UNC-Wilmington W 82-39
Sun., Nov. 10 Nebraska-Omaha W 83-75
Thurs., Nov. 14 Md-Eastern Shore W 109-63
Sun., Nov. 17 Abilene Christian W 103-41
Fri., Nov. 22 Penn W 86-55
Thurs., Nov. 28 vs. Xavier # W 77-74
Fri., Nov. 29 vs. UTEP # W 89-53
Sat., Nov. 30 vs. Villanova # L 88-83
Tue., Dec. 3 Notre Dame W 98-93
Sat., Dec. 7 vs. Drake * W 83-66
Mon., Dec. 9 Fairleigh Dickinson W 92-59
Fri., Dec. 13 at Iowa State L 85-82
Sun., Dec. 22 Ark-Pine Bluff W 86-61
Tue., Dec. 31 Nebraska W 67-57
Sun, Jan. 5 at Wisconsin L 75-71
Thurs., Jan. 9 Northwestern W 93-67
Sun., Jan. 12 at Ohio State W 84-74
Sun., Jan. 19 Minnesota W 94-73
Wed., Jan. 22 at Michigan L 75-67
Sat., Jan. 25 at Northwestern W 76-50
Tues., Jan. 28 Michigan State L 71-69
Sat., Feb. 1 at Illinois W 81-74
Tues., Feb. 4 Ohio State L 76-69
Sat., Feb. 8 Michigan W 85-67
Sat., Feb. 15 at Penn State W 82-70
Tues., Feb. 18 at Indiana PPD
Sat., Feb. 22 Wisconsin L 79-74
Tues., Feb. 25 at Minnesota L 95-89
Thurs., Feb. 27 at Indiana L 93-86
Sun., Mar. 2 Purdue W 83-76
Thurs., Mar. 6 at Michigan State L 86-76
Sat., Mar. 8 Illinois L 66-63
Thurs., Mar. 13 Northwestern (BTT) L 67-62
Wed., Mar. 19 Tennessee** (NCAA) L 78-65
#-Bahamas *-Des Moines **-Dayton  


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Hawkeyes in NIT

1994-95

First round: Iowa 96, DePaul 87 (Moline, Ill.)

Second round: Iowa 66, Ohio 62 (Iowa City)

Quarterfinals: Penn State 67, Iowa 64 (Iowa City)

1997-98

First round: Georgia 100, Iowa 93 (Iowa City)

2001-02

First round: LSU 63, Iowa 61 (Iowa City)

2002-03

Opening round: Iowa 62, Valparaiso 60 (Iowa City)

First round: Iowa 54, Iowa State 53 (Ames)

Second round: Georgia Tech 79, Iowa 78 (Iowa City)

2003-04

First round: St. Louis 70, Iowa 69 (St. Charles, Mo.)

2011-12

First round: Iowa 84, Dayton 75 (Iowa City)

Second round: Oregon 108, Iowa 97 (Eugene)

2012-13

First round: Iowa 68, Indiana State 52 (Iowa City)

Second round: Iowa 75, Stony Brook 63 (Iowa City)

Quarterfinals: Iowa 75, Virginia 64 (Charlottesville)

Semifinals: Iowa 71, Maryland 60 (New York)

Championship: Baylor 74, Iowa 54 (New York)


Basketball titles, tournaments

Big Ten regular season champions
1923, 1926, 1945, 1955, 1956, 1968, 1970, 1979
Big Ten Tournament champions
2001, 2006

NCAA Tournament Final Four
1955, 1956, 1980
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1955, 1956, 1980, 1987
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1955, 1956, 1980, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1999
NCAA Tournament appearances
1955, 1956, 1970, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2014

NIT appearances
1995, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2012, 2013


Basketball records since 2000

2013-14: 20-13, 9-9 Big Ten
2012-13: 25-13, 9-9 Big Ten
2011-12: 18-17, 8-10 Big Ten
2010-11: 11-20, 4-14 Big Ten
2009-10: 10-22, 4-14 Big Ten
2008-09: 15-16, 5-13 Big Ten
2007-08: 13-19, 6-12 Big Ten
2006-07: 17-14, 9-7 Big Ten
2005-06: 25-9, 11-5 Big Ten
2004-05: 21-12, 7-9 Big Ten
2003-04: 16-13, 9-7 Big Ten
2002-03: 17-14, 7-9 Big Ten
2001-02: 19-16, 5-11 Big Ten
2000-01: 23-12, 7-9 Big Ten