The Iowa men's basketball season came to a close with an overtime loss to TCU 94-92. Iowa rallied from being down 11 in the 2nd half in front of a sold-out Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Freshman Jordan Bohannon led the Hawks and had a career-high 25 points, hitting seven 3-pointers. Senior Peter Jok, playing in his final game for Iowa, had 22 points.

TCU had an 84-82 lead in the final seconds of regulation until Hawkeye Tyler Cook scored inside to tie the game and send it to overtime, according to USA Today.

TCU never trailed in overtime and actually had a 6-point lead with under a minute left. Iowa battled back with a Bohannon 3-pointer. TCU missed two free throws and Iowa's Cordell Pemsl's last second shot that would have sent the game to double overtime came up just short.

The future looks bright for Iowa basketball. Iowa loses only Senior Peter Jok for next season and Iowa has two highly-touted post players coming in for next season.

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