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- Full Schedule
- No. 9 Iowa loses Nunge to season-ending injury
- Michigan moves up to No. 4 amid 2-week pause
- Iowa St. positive tests put halt to No. 6 KU game
- Texas leaps to No. 4; Gonzaga still tops in poll
Loyola Chicago made it to the Final Four in 2018. Three years later, the Ramblers are in a position for a return to March Madness.
Iowa's Jack Nunge, who is averaging 7.1 points and 5.3 rebounds, suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee and will miss the remainder of the season for the No. 9 Hawkeyes.
On offense, the Iowa men's basketball team sure looks like a national title contender.
Gonzaga and Baylor are still Nos. 1 and 2 by a wide margin, but did the weekend's Big Ten results upset the top-5 balance of power?
— Luka Garza scored 23 points to become Iowa's all-time leading scorer, and the 11th-ranked Hawkeyes beat Penn State 74-68 on Sunday.
We're coming down the stretch in college basketball, and these are the players who have stood out in each league.
— Luka Garza scored 30 points, Joe Wieskamp had 17 and No. 11 Iowa pulled away to beat No. 21 Wisconsin 77-62 on Thursday night.
Is Michigan college basketball's top threat to the Gonzaga-Baylor axis?
— Joe Wieskamp scored 21 points to lead Iowa's balanced offense in an 88-58 win over Michigan State on Saturday.
— Joe Wieskamp scored 26 points and Luka Garza overcame a slow start to score 22 as No. 15 Iowa beat No. 25 Rutgers 79-66 on Wednesday night.
Ohio State and Illinois vault into the top five while carnage hits this week's Power Rankings.
— Armaan Franklin made a 15-footer with 1.8 seconds left Sunday, giving Indiana a 67-65 victory and a season sweep of No. 8 Iowa.
— E.J. Liddell, Kyle Young and Duane Washington Jr. each had 16 points as No. 7 Ohio State beat No. 8 Iowa 89-85 on Thursday night.
Points Per Game85.25th
Rebounds Per Game40.715th
Assists Per Game18.92nd