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Iowa men's basketball 2019-20 Big Ten opponents: Michigan State won't come to Carver

Hawkeyes won't have a game at Wisconsin among their 20 Big Ten tilts

Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon (3) tries to drive in on Michigan State guard Cassius Winston (5) during their teams’ game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena last Jan. 24. (The Gazette)
Iowa guard Jordan Bohannon (3) tries to drive in on Michigan State guard Cassius Winston (5) during their teams’ game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena last Jan. 24. (The Gazette)

Michigan State’s men’s basketball team, which may be the preseason No. 1 team in the nation, will not be coming to Iowa in the 2019-20 season.

The Big Ten announced who is playing who, and where, in men’s basketball conference games next season. The 10 league home games Iowa will have exclude Michigan State, Indiana and Northwestern.

The Hawkeyes will not play at Ohio State, Rutgers or Wisconsin. They will have a home-and-away with Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State and Purdue.

Iowa’s nonconference opponents are pretty much known. Included are a game at Iowa State, a game against Creighton and one against either San Diego State or Texas Tech in Las Vegas, someone in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, probably a Big East opponent as part of the Gavitt Games, and a December game against Cincinnati in Chicago’s United Center.

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