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I think we've pretty much covered it all.

Matthew Holst

LET'S START WITH THE LADIES. Now that the Big Ten Tournament is over it's time to sit and wait. The NCAA Women's NCAA Tournament Selection Show is next Monday evening. The Hawks will host the first two rounds and are predicted to be a #6 seed by ESPN.

SERIOUSLY, PROPS.

AND A MESSAGE FROM ALLY DISTERHOFT.

THE IOWA MEN ARE A SIX SEED. In the Big Ten Tournament. Mike Hlas notes that historically, the #6 isn't all that bad. Six seeds are an overall 27-15 in the BTT. Like the 2001 Hawkeyes, this team hit a rough stretch to end the regular season. In 2001, Iowa lost five of six but as the sixth seed, won the tournament.

FOOTBALL STUFF. Iowa kicks off spring practice in two weeks. We'll hear from Kirk Ferentz on March 26th for the first time since Signing Day. Iowa still plans to hold an open practice session in West Des Moines at Valley Stadium on April 12th. Spring practice will conclude with a spring game in Kinnick Stadium at 2:00 PM (CT) on April 26th.

TIM DWIGHT IS ON THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME BALLOT. The former Hawkeye wide receiver is one of 75 former athletes and coaches listed. Also, from the same link, James Morris earned a $7,500 post-graduate scholarship. Here's to the future Senator Morris.

FORMER HAWK WILLIAM LOWE IS SUING THE STATE. Lowe was one of the athletes involved in Iowa's Rhabdo case in 2011. Lowe quit football following the ordeal. Per the Daily Iowan,

"Lowe claims the state, through the University of Iowa Athletics Department, failed to properly supervise the athletes during workouts and offer prompt medical care. He also contends the training was "dangerous and impromper."

RAMOS.

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