The Iowa Hawkeyes will try to snap a two game losing skid on Saturday when they host 13th ranked Michigan. The Hawks are 2-3 in the Big Ten after a 34-point drubbing at Michigan State.
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says he expects the team to play better, and they have to as they have a “really good team” coming in. He says at 4-1 in the Big Ten the Wolverines have the talent to stay in the title hunt.
McCaffery says the play of freshman point guard Trey Burke has allowed Michigan to move to the next level. “He doesn’t really have any weaknesses that I can see,” McCaffrey says.
Iowa is 10-8 overall.