Michigan, the 2017-18 national runner-up, will host North Carolina on Nov. 28 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Other matchups include Michigan State at Louisville and Indiana at Duke on Nov. 27.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 95-62
- 11/12W 92-58
- 11/16W 85-74
- 11/20L 80-71
- 11/21L 80-72
- 11/22W 95-85
- 11/28L 79-55
- 12/2L 77-73
- 12/4L 77-64
- 12/7L 84-78
- 12/10W 91-60
- 12/16W 90-64
- 12/19W 92-64
- 12/22W 80-73
- 12/29W 98-75
- 1/2L 75-68
- 1/4L 92-81
- 1/7L 91-73
- 1/11W 104-97
- 1/17L 80-64
- 1/203L 87-64
- 1/23W 85-67
- 1/27L 98-84
- 1/30W 94-80
- 2/3L 82-58
- 2/64L 96-93
- 2/1014L 82-64
- 2/1422L 74-59
- 2/17L 84-82
- 2/21L 86-82
- 2/25W 77-70
- 2/28W 96-87
- 3/115L 77-71
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Iowa forward Tyler Cook will withdraw his name from NBA draft consideration and return to the Hawkeyes for his junior season.
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- Cook returning to Hawkeyes for junior season
- Moss to return to Iowa after testing draft waters
- Iowa guard Moss to enter 2018 NBA draft
Isaiah Moss announced on Tuesday he intends to return to Iowa after getting feedback from NBA personnel on his future in the league.
Guard Isaiah Moss is the second Iowa sophomore to submit paperwork for early entry into the NBA draft, a process designed to gauge professional interest.
Iowa Hawkeyes point guard Connor McCaffery, son of coach Fran McCaffery, has been granted a hardship waiver by the Big Ten, giving him four remaining seasons of eligibility.
The dismantling of Iowa's underperforming basketball roster began Tuesday, as reserves Brady Ellingson and Ahmad Wagner announced they are leaving the program.
Iowa sophomore forward Tyler Cook has submitted paperwork for early entry into the 2018 NBA draft. He has not hired an agent, meaning he could possibly return to the Hawkeyes next season.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Iowa's Tyler Cook will test the NBA Draft waters, but will not hire an agent.
Duncan Robinson made Michigan's only field goal in overtime, a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:15 left, and the 15th-ranked Wolverines survived foul trouble and poor shooting to beat Iowa 77-71 on Thursday to advance to the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals.
The Big Ten opened a five-day run at Madison Square with Jordan Bohannon leading Iowa past Illinois 96-87 on Wednesday night in the first game of the conference tournament.
Jordan Bohannon scored 25 points with seven 3s and Iowa held off Northwestern 77-70 in the Hawkeyes' home finale on Sunday night, snapping a six-game losing streak.
Nate Mason scored 33 points as Minnesota snapped a nine-game losing streak with an 86-82 victory over Iowa on Wednesday night.
Robert Johnson scored a career-high 29 points on nine 3s and Indiana rallied from an early 13-point deficit and then held off Iowa 84-82, picking up its fourth straight victory.
Duncan Robinson scored 18 points and No. 22 Michigan beat Iowa 74-59 on Wednesday night.
Keita Bates-Diop had 14 points and eight rebounds, and No. 14 Ohio State beat Iowa 82-64 on Saturday for sole possession of first place in the Big Ten.
Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey speaks with Bob Valvano before the Hawkeyes take on Ohio State.
Miles Bridges had 25 points and a crucial steal with five seconds left and fourth-ranked Michigan State rallied past lowly Iowa 96-93 on Tuesday night for its seventh straight win.
Mike Watkins scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for his 11th double-double of the season and Penn State beat Iowa 82-58 on Saturday.
Jordan Bohannon led six Hawkeyes in double figures with 20 points and Iowa rolled past Minnesota 94-80 on Tuesday night, its second straight home win.