Iowa crushes Marquette in most impressive showing to date
From the 18:17 mark of the first half, this one was all Iowa.
The Hawkeyes exploded on an early first-half run to race past Marquette 89-61 in the Gavitt Tipoff Games in Milwaukee.
Iowa's 19-4 run, taking place between the 18:17 and 10:36 marks in the first half, gave the Hawkeyes (3-0) a 23-6 lead that only swelled as the Thursday night game went on. Iowa held a 48-21 advantage at half.
Peter Jok (20 points) led a balanced scoring effort that saw six Hawkeyes finished in double figure.
Marquette, which struggled to a 13-19 finish in 2014-15, dropped to 1-2.