Peterson: Iowa State freshmen looking forward to passing the biggest test (to date) of their lives

The Des Moines Register
Peterson: Iowa State freshmen looking forward to passing the biggest test (to date) of their lives
Peterson: Iowa State freshmen looking forward to passing the biggest test (to date) of their lives

TULSA, Okla. — They aced regular season and Big 12 Conference tournament exams. Passed their first college tests with flying (cardinal and gold) colors, Talen Horton-Tucker, Tyrese Haliburton and George Conditt did. No problem was too head-scratchingly hard. None. Their first year out of the comfort of their high school gym was a breeze — a perfect setup for what's happening Friday night. For the freshmen on an Iowa State basketball team that can be very good when Steve Prohm's A-Team shows up, it's The Final Exam. It's the first of what could be many NCAA Tournaments, and what a doozie final exam the Selection Committee passed out to them. Six-seed Iowa State against No. 11 seed Ohio State —

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