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Iowa misses around the rim and Kevin rebounds. Huge night for Gullikson!
No doubt... he's one of the best in the game.
Palmer sinks a short jumper for Iowa and then the Hawks rebound a UW miss.
Bawinkel misses a 3-pointer from the top and J-Bo brings it up the floor.
Gatens misses a runner for Iowa and a scramble for the ball ends in a tie-up. Iowa will retain possession. Crowd wanted a foul.
A look at the halftime stats...
Wisconsin is led by 7 points from Krabbenhoft and Hughes. Iowa is paced by 8 from David Palmer.
Hughes called for a questionable walk, but Krabby rebounds an Iowa miss at the other end. Gullikson made that a tough shot.
Leuer lost his man Palmer down low and he scores to tie the game at 26-26.
Krabby can't get a jump-hook from the baseline to go and Iowa is called for a foul going for the board. I thought the crowd was upset at the charge!?!?! Now they're out-of-their seats mad. Hopping mad if you will.
Jake Kelly makes it a one-possession game again with a runner in the lane. Bo wants to talk things over with a 30-second timeout.
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