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Marble's 26 lead Iowa in rout of Michigan

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Roy Devyn Marble hit 6 first half 3 pointers as 17th ranked Iowa got out to a hot start and never looked back in an 85-63 rout of #10 Michigan.

Marble scored 22 of his team high 26 points in the first half while defensively he held top Wolverine scorer Nick Stauskas to just 10 in the game.

The win for Iowa (18-6, 7-4 Big Ten) snapped a 2 game home losing streak.  It was their second victory over a top 10 team this season.

Thanks to hot shooting the Hawkeyes led by as much as 16 in the first half.  It was a lead they stretched to 27 in the second before cruising to victory in the end.

 

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