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Madison, WI (SportsNetwork. Shoes Ireland On Sale .com) - Having recently earned a regular-season sweep of the Ohio State Buckeyes, the 25th-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes will try to keep the good times going when they pay a visit to the sixth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers for a Big Ten Conference clash on Tuesday night. Iowa took down visiting Ohio State on Saturday, 76-67, for the second time in a little less than three weeks, the first coming in the Big Ten opener for both teams in Columbus on Dec. 30, 71-65. As a result, the Hawkeyes are 13-5 overall, and theyve won four of their first five conference bouts. The lone blemish on their league ledger came at home to Michigan State, 75-61, on Jan. 8. Iowa is 3-0 in true road games this season, having already beaten a pair of ranked foes on their home floor (North Carolina, Ohio State). Wisconsin has been ranked among the top teams in the nation all season long, and the team enters this fray sporting a 16-2 record, which includes a 4-1 mark in Big Ten play. The Badgers, who have matched their second-best 18-game start in the modern era, dropped a surprising 67-62 decision at conference newcomer Rutgers on Jan. 11 to stop an eight-game win streak. The squad responded by defeating Nebraska at home last Thursday, 70-55, to improve to 9-1 at the Kohl Center. Wisconsin is clinging to an 80-79 lead in the all-time series with Iowa, and the Badgers won both meetings last season. Things have been close of late, with each of the last five matchups being decided by five points or less. Iowa played well at both ends of the court in its recent win over Ohio State, as the team drained 51.1 percent of its field goal attempts while allowing the Buckeyes to do so at just 38.3 percent. Aaron White led the Hawkeyes with 22 points, while Adam Woodbury finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Mike Gesell pitched in with 11 points. Those efforts were certainly needed, as the Buckeyes got a monster effort from DAngelo Russell as he tallied 27 points and 14 boards. Iowa used a 37-31 advantage on the glass, and a 25-14 edge in points at the foul line to come out on top. For the season, White (16.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg) paces the team in both scoring and rebounding, and he also serves as the Hawkeyes top thief with 30 steals. Jarrod Uthoff (11.8 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 2.1 apg, 28 blocks) is the only other double-digit scorer for an Iowa team that isnt an offensive juggernaut (70.8 ppg, .420 FG percentage), but does a solid job of frustrating its opponents into only 61.4 ppg and a typical shooting output of only .389 overall. The Hawkeyes usually win both the rebounding (+3.7) and turnover (+1.7) battles. Frank Kaminsky appeared to be no worse for the wear in his return from a concussion, as he scored 22 points, including the draining of four 3-pointers, as Wisconsin pushed its way past Nebraska last week. It was the 100th win (against only 14 losses) for the Badgers at home against a Big Ten opponent under head coach Bo Ryan. In all, UW put five players in double figures as it played its first game without starting guard Traevon Jackson (fractured foot). The Badgers nailed 11 treys, and used a 17-8 edge in points at the charity stripe to assist in the victory. The two teams combined for only 11 turnovers. Even with Jackson out of the lineup, the Badgers still have three double-digit scorers on which to rely, led by All-America candidate Kaminsky (17.2 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 32 blocks). Sam Dekker (12.3 ppg, 4.7 rpg) and Nigel Hayes (12.3 ppg, 7.1 rpg) have been consistent contributors as well, and guys like Josh Gasser (7.2 ppg) and Bronson Koenig (5.2 ppg) will be asked to elevate their respective games moving forward. Overall, Wisconsin nets 73.3 ppg while allowing just 54.9 ppg. The Badgers convert 74 percent of their free throws, and they are +6.4 in rebounding margin, and +3.2 in turnover differential. They protect the ball extremely well, coughing it up only 8.2 times per outing. Wholesale Shoes Ireland . Ghoulam has put pen to paper on a four and a half year deal, tying him to Napoli until 2018. The 22-year-old Algeria international, who played for France at Under 21 level, has made 87 league appearances in four seasons at Saint-Etienne. Shoes Ireland Free Shipping . "Im proud of him," Jones said in an interview from Sacramento, site of the UFCs weekend televised card. "I think hes listening to his body and hes doing what makes him happy and thats what life is about ultimately. . Brazilian striker Brandao opened the scoring with a header in the 55th minute before winger Franck Tabanou volleyed home from close range to double the lead in the 61st.BALTIMORE - At this point in the season, when results count far more than style, the Baltimore Ravens will happily accept a flawed victory.That is precisely what they got Sunday.The Ravens trailed at halftime and never built a comfortable lead against lowly Jacksonville, yet did just enough to squeeze out a 20-12 win to stay in the thick of the AFC playoff race.Eight sacks of rookie Blake Bortles and a touchdown on a blocked punt were the highlights of an otherwise forgettable performance by Baltimore.The Ravens (9-5) scored just once with their offence on the field and gained only 31 yards rushing through three quarters. The usually reliable Justin Tucker missed two field goal tries, and all three units made enough mistakes to keep a football coach up late at night — even after a victory.We had too many to overcome to play the kind of football we wanted to play, coach John Harbaugh said. Too many long-yardage situations, too many penalties, too many special teams penalties ... too many things we had to clean up.But the defence was sound, and there were enough positives to enable Baltimore to escape with its fourth win in five games.Our guys have the ability to overcome adversity and have the ability to keep pounding and keep fighting and not let self-inflicted wounds overcome us, Harbaugh said.Terrell Suggs was credited with 2 1/2 sacks and rookie Timmy Jernigan, starting for the suspended Haloti Ngata, had two.Were doing what we just do best — knocking down quarterbacks, said linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who had a sack to match his single-season high of 17.Jacksonville (2-12) tried just about everything in its bid to pull off an upset, including an onside kick and a fake punt. Both worked, but it wasnt enough to earn the Jaguars their first win on the road.Joe Flacco went 20 for 30 for 221 yards and a touchdown for the Ravens, who blanked the Jaguars over the final 30 minutes.Bortles completed 21 of 37 passes for 210 yards, and an interception that came in the games final minute. He threw under pressure for most of the game — Baltimores season-high eight sacks increased the number Jacksonville has yielded this season to 62.Bortles played much of the game with a sprained right foot and was in a walking boot afterwardd. Discount Shoes Ireland. Theyre great up front. We knew that coming into the game, Bortles said of the Ravens. A lot of the sacks were on me holding the ball too long. Its something that Im working on and have to do better.The Jaguars points came on four field goals by Josh Scobee.No touchdowns, coach Gus Bradley lamented. Even if we get one, one touchdown, it gives us a great opportunity in this game.After leaving to jeers on their first series of the second half, the Ravens mounted an 80-yard drive to take a 17-12 lead with 8:34 left in the third quarter. Flacco went 5 of 5 for 65 yards, including a 27-yard completion to Owen Daniels and a 3-yard touchdown pass to the tight end.The Jaguars were then poised for a three-and-out, but punter Bryan Anger flipped a pass to Will Taufoou for 19 yards to extend the drive. Five plays later, however, Jacksonville punted.From that point, neither team had much success moving the ball until the Ravens put together a late 49-yard march that produced a field goal and an eight-point cushion with 1:11 remaining.Obviously it didnt go as smoothly as we would have liked, Daniels said, but thats the way it is.Baltimore trailed 12-10 at halftime after gaining only 13 yards on the ground and going 0 for 6 on third-down conversions.Three straight plays during the games opening series showed why Jacksonville came to town with only two wins. After tight end Marcedes Lewis dropped a second-down pass, Bortles missed connecting with a wide-open Cecil Shorts.On fourth down, Baltimores Darian Stewart burst through the line to block Angers punt. Kamar Aiken scooped up the ball and went 11 yards for a touchdown, Baltimores first score on a blocked punt since Ed Reed did it against Seattle in 2003.From there, the only scoring in the first half came on field goals.NOTES: Ravens S Terrence Brooks hurt his right knee on the games first play and is likely lost for the season, Harbaugh said. ... Jaguars LB Ryan Davis (hip) and Ravens DB Asa Jackson (knee) left early and did not return. ... Flacco went over 25,000 yards for his career. Hes at 25,024. ... Ravens WR Steve Smith became the 18th player in NFL history with 900 career catches.___AP NFL website: and ' ' '

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