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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Adam Woodbury
Illinois didn't have any timeouts to draw up a final play so senior Jon Ekey just waited on the wing.
Iowa is stumbling at the wrong time.
Iowa's high-scoring, up-tempo attack has made it tough for its big inside players to get much notice.
Roy Devyn Marble scored 24 points and Iowa ended Virginia's 19-game home winning streak with a 75-64 victory in the NIT quarterfinals Wednesday night, earning the Hawkeyes a trip to Madison Square Garden.
The victory before an enthusiastic crowd on 11,141 at John Paul Jones Arena showed a signed a maturity, Woodbury said.
"Now let's go win two more," Woodbury, only a freshman, said.