Iowa Tops Maryland To Claim Fourth Straight Win

Make it four in a row for the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Gary Dolphin and Bobby Hansen on the Hawkeye Network. Iowa shot 60 percent for the game and survived early foul trouble to beat Maryland 81-67 in Iowa City. It was a big game for Tony Perkins. The junior made 10 of 13 shots and finished with a career high 22.

After dropping their first three Big Ten games the Hawkeyes are now 4-3.

After being saddled with first half foul trouble Kris Murray scored 17 in the second half.

That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery who says Perkins was a key in the opening half as Murray and Filip Rebraca were on the bench with foul problems.

Iowa hosts Northwestern Wednesday night.

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