"This house was my home. I grew up there, my family lived there, I lived there, and I kept everything there," Murray said in a statement through his attorney. "I told the land bank I was living there and wanted to stay. By destroying the house, the Land Bank destroyed my life."
"It keeps you on your toes all the time," Murray said after a so-so performance during the Hawkeyes' last scrimmage open to the public two weeks ago. "It kind of wears on you a little bit, but that's just something I've learned to deal with."