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Hawkeyes try to continue road success at Indiana

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Iowa point guard Mike Gesell says the Hawkeyes will have to bring their "A-game" to Indiana on Tuesday. Iowa point guard Mike Gesell says the Hawkeyes will have to bring their "A-game" to Indiana on Tuesday.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -

A sign of a good team is how often they win on the road. The Hawkeyes will try for their fourth straight conference road win on Tuesday when they go to Indiana.

The last time Iowa won three straight Big Ten games away from Carver-Hawkeye Arena was 1998.

The Hawks won at Penn State on Saturday, 82-70, to improve to 19-6 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten. A win over the Hoosiers would give Iowa four road wins in the conference for the first time in ten years.

Indiana is just 4-8 in the Big Ten but despite Iowa's recent road success, they know it won't be easy.

"Any time you play on the road in the Big Ten you've really got to bring your A-game," said sophomore Mike Gesell. "It's an awesome atmosphere there at Indiana. They're a very good ball club so it's going to be another battle."

"Our guys have shown that they can put the game plan behind them for this one and get ready for the next one," said Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery. "They're very mature in that regard and our experience will get us ready."

Iowa and Indiana tipoff at 8 o'clock Tuesday on ESPN.

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