The Iowa Hawkeyes look to build on a three game winning streak today as they visit fourth ranked Wisconsin. The Hawks are 6-4 in the Big Ten after a Wednesday night victory at Minnesota and senior guard Adam Haluska says the Hawkeyes have made big strides in the last couple of weeks. Haluska says the biggest thing is that they’re believing in themselves.
Haluska says they did some soul searching as after some tough loses they got their heads down. But he says the wins have helped them get the confidence back. As hot as the Hawkeyes were in the win at Minnesota they were ice cold in a loss at home to the Badgers. Haluska says they didn’t play well or shoot well at home against the Badgers and Haluska says they know they can do better.
Iowa coach Steve Alford says the Hawks have momentum and confidence as they head to Madison. Alford says that’s why it was big to get their sixth conference win as they go on the road against Wisconsin. The Badgers are 9-1 in the Big Ten and 23-2 overall.