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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Injury Updates

Iowa's bench will be short once again for tomorrow night's game at Big Ten leading Michigan State. Coach Lickliter updated the status of injured Hawkeyes Jeff Peterson, Jermain Davis, and Cyrus Tate today. Peterson and Davis are not expected to play tomorrow, while Tate could see a slight increase in minutes.

Peterson has played most of the Big Ten season with a broken wrist but pulled his hamstring a couple weeks back at Wisconsin and will miss his 3rd straight game. Davis sat out Sunday's win over Michigan after suffering a bruised knee in practice last week. Tate played 4 minutes against Michigan, and Lickliter plans to play him a bit more tomorrow night.

The depleted Hawkeyes will face Michigan State at 7:30PM tomorrow night in East Lansing. The game will be televised on Big Ten Network.