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Topic - Josh Oglesby
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.
There might not be a team in the country as unlucky as Iowa.
The night two Aprils ago when Mike Shanahan made Trent Williams the first player he ever drafted as the Washington Redskins' head coach and top decision maker, he clarified the leading requirements for an offensive lineman in his system.
Another wild ending and another Auburn victory.
For the better part of two decades, the backbone of Virginia Tech's football program was defense. Appropriately enough, that unit ensured Frank Beamer earned his 200th victory at his alma mater.
Immediately after the Rose Bowl ended, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema said he didn't see anything that would set the program back heading into next season.
Sweat drenches Ricky Wagner's bright red T-shirt that reads "Get ur mind RT."
"Because our position is more technical skill versus just raw ability, I think watching footwork and different movement drills are more important for our group than others," Oglesby said.