Tyler Cook

Tyler Cook Scouting Report

School: Iowa Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’9″, 253 lbs   Strengths: Cook’s size and strength immediately catch your eye when you watch him play. He has a great frame and uses his sculpted 6’9″, 253 pound body to overpower smaller defenders at the rim. He is a tremendous athlete as well, often demonstrating his quickness and leaping ability

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2018 Big Ten Tournament: Round 2 Sees Wisconsin Survive and Rutgers Make History

No. 9 Wisconsin def. No. 8 Maryland, 59-54 Game one of round two of the Big Ten Tournament saw Wisconsin grind out a hard-fought win against Maryland. Ethan Happ led the Badgers with 14 points and seven rebounds. Brad Davison added 13 points including some crucial buckets late in the second half. Sophomore guard Brevin

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Rutgers, Iowa Advance in Play-In Round of Big Ten Tournament

Illinois vs. Iowa What started out as slow and sloppy play, turned into some high scoring offense. The Iowa Hawkeyes earned the right to advance in the Big Ten Tournament by defeating the Illinois Illini 96-87. The Illini hung in almost all game and answered many Hawkeye runs. However, in the end, the Illini were

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VIDEO: Iowa Stuns Temple with OT Game Winner

IOWA FOR THE WIN! #MarchMadness https://t.co/BaAyujqfWj — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 18, 2016 The other school who made it from the Philadelphia area, Villanova, handled their opponent, UNC-Asheville, pretty easily today. Temple on the other hand, didn’t have the same luck vs. Iowa. The #10 seed Temple was stunned on a game winner, in a

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2015 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament Preview

2015 Big Ten Men’s Tournament Preview It’s been the type of season where Tom Izzo said early on that “records don’t matter” in the Big Ten conference this season. It looks like seven Big Ten teams (Wisconsin, Maryland, Ohio State, Michigan State, Indiana, Purdue, Iowa) will be earning their bids for the NCAA Tournament. We

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