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Iowa Refuses To Shake Hands After North Dakota, Down By 11, Tries Buzzer-Beater

With the Hawkeyes up by 11 with three seconds to play, there was no question about who was going to win tonight’s game between Iowa and North Dakota. But North Dakota’s Corey Baldwin stole the ball and Drick Bernstine tried to beat the buzzer with a little jumper anyway*, and Iowa coach Fran McCaffery was not happy. So unhappy that he walked off the court immediately, and his players followed—leaving North Dakota hanging as they waited to shake hands.


“Good game,” there was not.

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