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CHOPO  I do not want Jordan Bohannon to give you in one Fight helps. He is not the physically most imposing person.
If you shoot a big shot at the end of a basketball game, you'll find it hard to find a more reliable option. He has a number of daggers in his career to prove it.
The last chapter for Mr. Clutch came on Sunday evening. His deep, fading three-pointer less than a second sealed an 80-79 win over Northwestern. The Hawkeyes retreated 15 points four and a half minutes from time.
"I did not have too many like him who have such a stroke and constantly take such pictures. I had a few, "said Hawkeye coach Fran McCaffery.
" I'll say that. Those I wanted to turn in this situation, they have so much faith in their ability to make it, they want to shoot it. That's him.
Bohannon made two big, late races in Thursday's Indiana victory, scoring his team's last eleven points. On Sunday he scored all 1
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"I think he treats it like any other time in the game," my colleague Junior Tyler Cook said of Bohannon's heroics. "I think his mastery and the way he can calm himself and his mind and the things around him, allows him to make those big games on the track."
The Marion Linn Mar product launched at Penn State University earlier this season. He shocked Wisconsin with a late threefold of his first year. Every time he does it is expected.
"Every child who grows up visualizes these moments. I had a great opportunity to pull down the ball for the last few games and play some games. Teammates did a great job just finding me, "he said.
If you keep coming through, they will search.
"I knew even before the ball left my hand that I could do it," Iowa told Jimmy Chitwood.
Bohannon had help. Cook scored 19 points and beat eleven rebounds. Freshman Joe Wieskamp fought stiffness to lead his squad with 21 points, including a big three-pointer during the late game comeback. Isaiah Moss added 16 points and a few lanyards on the track.
McCaffery credited Iowa's watch management with a free-throw bonus, making games the reasons for the unlikely comeback.
"All these things together. There can be no panic. You have to do it. I have to know what we do. You have to stay together. They did all that, "he said.
He helped calm down in the Kuhle.
"There was a break. We were 12 at the time and the coach said there is no 12-point shot, "said Wieskamp. "You will not come back with a setting. You must continue to grind.
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The Hawkeyes beat three, but they also rode to moorings when they were available. Each time they scored a goal, they struck Northwestern with a three-quarters court case, leading to sales and more ownership.
"We are a bit hot on our heels. The crowd came into play. The game pressure of the last few minutes, if you know they are being pinched, we do not actually have a traditional (point) watch. So sometimes, in situations like this, you need everyone to gather together and do it together, "said Wildcat coach Chris Collins.
Northwestern was a double-digit underdog on Sunday, outperforming the Hawkeyes for 35 minutes. It won the restful battle (37-26) and shot 51.8 percent off the ground. However, it could not be closed and lost for the fourth consecutive time to a total of 12-11 and in the Big Ten to 3-9.
Iowa (19-5, 8-5) won the third game in a row, continuing a miraculous turn of a year ago when it ended 14:19 in the championship and 4:14 in the league.
Sunday served as another example of the mental tenacity that these Hawkeyes have displayed throughout the campaign. Bohannon and Cook admitted it was not a game they won last season. Wieskamp said it could pay off.
"It's huge for us. I think it will only play a big role in the late game that we will play a major role in March because we know these games will be tough. We will be playing the game later and this was a good learning experience for us. It shows that we can hold out and fight on, "he said.
The Muscatine freshman said his back disturbed him throughout the game, but he expected the team's next competition in Rutgers to improve on Saturday.
The senior Iowa coach Nicholas Baer left the game in the second half and escorted a coach to the locker room. His parents were brought there. Sports information said the school was learning more on Monday and had nothing to report on its condition on Sunday night.