Tipoff: 7:02 p.m. at the Bryce Jordan Center
Records: Penn State 10-17, 1-13; Iowa 16-12, 8-6.
Coaches: Ed DeChellis is 41-74 in four seasons at Penn State and 146-167 in 11 seasons overall; Steve Alford is 151-104 in eight seasons at Iowa and 307-181 in 16 seasons overall.
Series: Iowa leads 19-8.
TV: ESPNU. Clay Matvick (play-by-play) and Greg Kelser (color).
Radio: Penn State Sports Network. Steve Jones (play-by-play) and Dick Jerardi (color) will call the game for the Penn State Sports Network.
Next Up: Penn State closes the regular season Saturday at Indiana. The game tips at 8 p.m.
Quick Quiz: How many different starting lineups has Penn State used this season? The answer later.
Cornley sustained a hip pointer in the Illinois game. It limited his practice time the last two days but he said he intends to play tonight.
DeChellis has never beaten Alford. The Nittany Lions have lost seven straight games to the Hawkeyes by an average margin of 76.6 to 59.6.
Penn State has lost 13 straight games, its most since joining the Big Ten in 1992-93. The Lions lost 11 in a row that season and again in 2004-05.
Quiz Answer: The Lions have used six different lineups to date, and if Walker makes his first start of the season tonight as expected it will be seven. That's a pretty high number considering the regular rotation contained only eight men for most of the year.
Prediction: Iowa 76.6, Penn State 59.6
Comment: If not for the injuries, we may have gone with an upset pick here. Instead, we'll play the percentages.
Prediction Record: 22-5