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How to watch, listen to No. 24 Hawkeyes vs. Clemson

How to watch, listen to No. 24 Hawkeyes vs. Clemson

Iowa (4-0) is off to a fast start to the 2022-23 men’s college basketball season. The Hawkeyes find themselves ranked No. 24 nationally in the latest USA TODAY Sports Men’s Basketball Coaches Poll and own a nice road win at Seton Hall.

Now, it’s time to get serious, though. Iowa heads East to take on Clemson in the first of back-to-back Power 5 showdowns in the Emerald Coast Classic. After Clemson, it will be either Cal or TCU.

Then, Iowa has dates against Georgia Tech in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge and against Duke in the Jimmy V Classic from New York City before the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series game versus Iowa State.

As the Hawkeyes get set for this daunting close to the nonconference portion of their schedule, Iowa head men’s basketball coach Fran McCaffery is pleased his team was able to spread the wealth in terms of floor time throughout the season’s first four games.

“I think the important thing was a lot of guys get minutes. We got Josh Ogundele minutes, Josh Dix, Dasonte Bowen. Got to get those guys ready, because we are going to play back-to-back, you’re going to need bodies. So, I was pleased with that component. I think for the most part everybody has played well.

“Sure, there’s been some mistakes, but they’ve locked into the game plan and executed the game plan and that’s critical. As we move forward and we start playing really good teams, you have to able to stay with the game plan and execute it, and they’ve proven that they can do that. It’s a lot harder than people think when you’re a freshman in particular,” McCaffery said.

These next few games will provide a clearer picture of where this Hawkeyes team is at before Big Ten play gets underway on Dec. 11 versus Wisconsin. Here’s how Iowa fans can catch the Hawks versus the Clemson Tigers.

CBS Sports Network: Brad Johansen, play-by-play; Steve Lappas, analyst

Hawkeye Radio Network: Jon Swisher, play-by-play; Bob Hansen, analyst

Iowa: G Tony Perkins, thigh, questionable Friday

Clemson: No injuries reported.

Iowa:

  • F Kris Murray, 23.8 points, 8.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists per game
  • F Patrick McCaffery, 15.0 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists per game
  • F Filip Rebraca, 10.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.3 blocks per game
  • G Payton Sandfort, 10.0 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists per game
  • G Ahron Ulis, 6.3 points, 3.3 assists, 1.8 rebounds per game

Clemson:

  • G Chase Hunter, 16.2 points, 4.8…

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