Fran McCaffery isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Iowa Director of Athletic Gary Barta announced McCaffery has signed a one-year extension to his current contract. McCaffery is now signed through the 2019-2020 season. “Fran’s passion, commitment, and abilities, continue to move the Hawkeyes in the right direction,” Barta said. “I’m excited about this season and beyond.” McCaffery has guided the Hawkeyes to three consecutive postseason tournaments (two NIT and one NCAA), and posted back-to-back 20-win and upper-division finishes in the Big Ten. “I am grateful to Gary Barta and President Sally Mason for their continued support,”McCaffery said. “It is a great
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Austin Hatch deserved this moment. That's putting it mildly, actually. The survivor of two plane crashes, the latest three years ago, made his Michigan debut in Monday night's exhibition win over Wayne State.
Indiana and Michigan men's basketball teams carded exhibition wins Monday night. The Hoosiers held off Indianapolis, 76-63, while the Wolverines blitzed Wayne State, 86-43.
Prediction: This isn’t the last time we’ll spotlight a James Blackmon Jr. highlight. The heralded Indiana freshman drove and soared for a poster dunk in Monday night’s scrimmage vs. Indianapolis at Assembly Hall. Blackmon loved the dunk. His teammates loved the dunk. Indiana fans loved the dunk. Check out the highlight in the video above. Another exciting Indiana freshman, Robert Johnson, had a nice highlight Monday, too. Check out it below. Robert Johnson does it all (rebound, lead break, finish) on this @IndianaMBB play. http://t.co/MSfL2vIIwl — Indiana on BTN (@BTN_Indiana) November 11, 2014
Ohio State basketball fans had to love what they saw from freshman D’Angelo Russell in his first exhibition Sunday afternoon. The highly touted freshman flirted with a triple-double (17 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists) to help lead the Buckeyes to a convincing 77-37 victory over Walsh. Sam Thompson (13 points), Marc Loving (12) and Jae’Sean Tate (10) also scored in double figures for the Buckeyes, while Temple transfer Anthony Lee had eight points and seven rebounds in his debut. Ohio State hosts UMass-Lowell at 7 p.m. ET Friday. Subscribe to watch the game on BTN Plus. Watch some of the
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