Despite feeling sick and barely able to play, Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon scored 17 points, dished 6 assists and had no turnovers.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo delivered a cheap comment at Dailey’s expense during a halftime interview.
7:50 p.m. — Iowa starters: Jordan Bohannon, Isaiah Miss, Nicholas Baer, Tyler Cook, Luka Garza.
Michigan State starters: Cassius Winston, Jaren Jackson, Miles Bridges, Nick Ward, Joshua Langford
For Michigan State, Will Tieman (play-by-play) and Matt Steigenga (color analyst) call the action for the Spartan Radio Network with Dalton Shetler as the studio host.
The game also features the Big Ten’s top three free-throw shooters in Bridges (90.1 percent), Michigan State guard Cassius Winston (90.0), and Iowa’s Jordan Bohannon (89.4).
Bohannon has made 30 consecutive free throws and is just 4 shy of tying Chris Street for the school rec
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