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Topic - Aaron White
It was a game the reeling Hawkeyes had to have.
For the second straight game, Purdue had a chance to beat a ranked Big Ten opponent.
The signs held high in the Indiana student section during pregame introductions were appropriate: "You rank 'em, we beat 'em."
Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey wasn't all that upset after his team's second straight loss, a first for the Hawkeyes this season.
Austin Hollins and his Minnesota teammates were in one of those familiar February slumps.
The way Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan sees it, the 16th-ranked Badgers are playing better because they're making shots.
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery didn't have much to say after his 15th-ranked Hawkeyes lost yet again to a quality opponent at home.
Coach Fran McCaffery didn't need his Iowa team to outwork Penn State. Matching the Nittany Lions toughness was good enough.
Penn State's 13 victories this year have been the result of balanced scoring. The Nittany Lions' 13th loss resulted from just the opposite.
Iowa's high-scoring, up-tempo attack has made it tough for its big inside players to get much notice.
Iowa couldn't hit a 3 or get the defensive stops it needed, and stars Devyn Marble and Aaron White were outplayed by Ohio State's Aaron Craft.
It was easy to forget about Ohio State after a string of losses, including one at home to Iowa, sent the Buckeyes tumbling out of the Top 25.
Illinois put together one impressive comeback on Saturday night.
A 39-year-old northeast Nebraska man has been sentenced to prison for ramming his tractor into a state trooper's car.
Aaron White nearly rallied Iowa past Michigan all by himself.
"We're not as crisp as we were a couple games ago," White said. "I don't know what's the reason behind it, but we've got to figure it out because that's where you have to hang your hat and that's how you win games."
"It doesn't matter to me. It's just an unfortunate situation - well actually, maybe fortunate because a crisis was obviously averted. It could have been a lot worse than it actually was," forward Aaron White said. "It's no big deal to us. Things happen."