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    Game Day Essentials: Game #23 vs Iowa

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      Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-12) vs Iowa Hawkeyes (13-10)

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      Date: Sunday Feb. 5

      Time: 1:00 pm CST 
      Arena: Carver-Hawkeye

      TV Broadcast:  BTN

    Iowa Info

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    Head Coach: Fran McCaffery
    Location: Iowa City, IA
    Conference: B1G
    Nickname: Hawks, "Jayden De Boer"

    Coach's Nickname: White Magic

    Mascot: Herky the Hawk
    Last time out: Beat Michigan
    Typical Rotation Depth: 10+
    Line: Nebraska by 2.5
    Tempo: Fast paced
    Style: High assist
    4 Factors Good: Shooting, not fouling
    4 Factors Bad: Not forcing turnovers, allowing offensive rebounds

    Four Factors
    Effective FG%: 52.2 99 50.0 149 50.4
    Turnover %: 18.3 135 18.6 185 18.8
    Off. Reb. %: 31.4 106 31.7 272 29.5
    FTA/FGA: 35.4 179 27.6 28 35.6

     

     

    Most Frequently Used Lineup over the last 5 games

    1
    5 Glynn Watson
    6-0  175  So
    0 Tai Webster
    6-4  195  Sr
    11 Evan Taylor
    6-5  206  Jr
    30 Ed Morrow
    6-7  234  So
    12 Michael Jacobson
    6-9  230  So
    13.9
     
    1
    3 Jordan Bohannon
    6-0  182  Fr
    4 Isaiah Moss
    6-5  205  Fr
    14 Peter Jok
    6-6  205  Sr
    0 Ahmad Wagner
    6-7  235  So
    35 Cordell Pemsl
    6-8  249  Fr
    11.8

    Expect these to be the starting lineups except with Tyler Cook starting over Ahmad Wagner.

     

    Last time out

    Peter Jok and Glynn Watson led a fast paced, high scoring game with 34 points a piece. Both teams had the game won and lost through OT and the Huskers pulled it out in double OT.

     

    FranCon Alert System

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    The Skinny

    You could make the argument the Hawkeyes are playing better without Jok but it should be with the caveat of it being an injured Peter Jok. Your argument would also rely on pointing to victories over an Ohio St team that struggles on the road and a not great Rutgers squad.  Jok's return to the lineup tonight should definitely help the Hawks.

     

    With the Hawkeyes somewhat struggling in conference play shooting for outside look for Iowa to attempt to pass inside all day today to Tyler Cook and Cordell Pemsl. Unlike Michigan St, Northwestern, and Rutgers this Iowa team isn't going to grind through much time to take a shot. Expect a more energetic showing as the Huskers don't have to work for 25 seconds a posession.

     

    Like most young teams the Hawkeyes tend to shoot and play better on the road.  Is Nebraska going to try and run with the Hawks or attempt to grind out an away game? Either way, the Huskers will need to remember that Iowa will give you open looks and you just need to knock them down. Will they? 

     

    The Huskers tend to bounce back after loses. Will they in what should be a fairly hostile crowd today?

     

    Prediction: Iowa 82 - Nebraska 75

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