No. 3 Michigan Routs No. 9 Iowa 79-57Hunter Dickinson showed early on that he could guard Luka Garza without help.
Defense Rules As Wolverines Beat Iowa 10-3"We're fortunate the defense came out and played they way they did," Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson said. "Kept us in the game."
Michigan Faces Biggest Challenge Yet, Defending The Big House Against IowaThe Wolverines were a trendy pick to win the Big Ten East, and so far they’ve looked like the third- or fourth-best team in the division. This is a huge opportunity to get the season on track.
Undefeated Iowa Heads To Ann Arbor For Big Big Ten ShowdownThe Wolverines were humiliated at Wisconsin, giving up five touchdowns before scoring late in the lopsided game. Michigan bounced back with a feel-good win over Rutgers, but beating a team struggling so much it fired its coach isn't going to make anyone forget what happened against the Badgers.
No. 6 Michigan State Blows Past No. 19 Iowa On The Road, 82-67But sixth-ranked Michigan State had the necessary toughness, blowing past the upstart Hawkeyes in a vintage Tom Izzo performance on the road.
No. 19 Iowa Looking For Payback vs. No. 6 Michigan StateNo matchup engendered skepticism of Iowa quite like its 90-68 loss at Michigan State in early December.
Jok Has A Career-High 29 As No. 9 Iowa Beats RutgersWith Rutgers coming off its worst home loss, Iowa junior guard Peter Jok understood that the No. 9 Hawkeyes were going to be pushed a little by the struggling Scarlet Knights.
Dan Leach's B1G Title Preview: Iowa Vs. Michigan State For All The Playoff MarblesThe winner of this one gets in the College Football Playoff, and the loser is out.
Iowa Routs Injury-Plagued Michigan 72-54The Wolverines, playing without injured guards Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton, did not score for the final 6:58 of the first half.
Michigan State Rallies Past Iowa 75-61Michigan State opened the second half on a 25-9 run and never looked back ...
No. 7 Michigan State Beats No. 15 Iowa 71-69 In OTKeith Appling scored 16 points and No. 7 Michigan State outlasted No. 15 Iowa 71-69 in overtime Tuesday night.