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Behind a 49-point second half performance, the IU men's basketball team defeated Nebraska Wednesday night at Assembly Hall, 76-47. The Hoosiers are now 22-3 in the 2012-13 season and are 10-2 in the Big Ten with six games remaining.
Even with the success and praise the No. 1 Hoosiers have received since a 70-69 loss to Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., last season, members of the IU men's basketball team still have a hard time stomaching the close defeat.
With the help of the deep ball, No. 1 IU to not only took control of
Sunday’s game but also put away the No. 10 Buckeyes for good in the
81-68 victory in Columbus, Ohio.
Sunday, just three days after No. 1 IU’s buzzer-beater loss to unranked
Illinois, the Hoosiers will again travel to No. 10 Ohio State in hopes
of turning around a surprise loss in the middle of the conference
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — About two years ago, the IU men’s basketball team
snuck away with a win at home against then-No. 20 Illinois, 52-49. Thursday night, the tables had completely turned.
As IU travels to Champaign, Ill., today to take on Illinois in its own
Assembly Hall at 7 p.m., both teams find themselves in different spots
halfway through conference play.
With less than a minute to go, the game was not officially over.
Michigan’s cries of desperation from beyond the arc were starting to
fall as the Wolverines tried to pull off a miracle comeback in Assembly
Hoosier fans who had braved the cold to rock ESPN College GameDay
earlier that morning before setting decibel records during Saturday
night’s game could tell what was coming. “We’re number one,” they chanted in unison.
At No. 1 and No. 3, Saturday’s matchup will be the highest pair of
teams to ever play in Assembly Hall in its history as the Hoosiers
attempt to take down their second top-ranked foe at home in two seasons.
The Hoosiers triumphed against the Boilermakers at Mackey Arena in West Lafayette 97-60.
For more than 100 years, the best college basketball players in
Bloomington and West Lafayette have faced off in an annual rivalry.
Junior guard Victor Oladipo helped IU beat Michigan State Spartans 75-70 with a season-high 21 points and career-highs of six steals and three blocks.
Playing in what IU Coach Tom Crean has called the “best conference in
the country” numerous times this season certainly has its benefits.
Until late in the second half Wednesday night, the IU men’s basketball
team was shooting at a higher percentage in contested 3-point shots than
on free throws.
In the teams’ first meeting, the
IU men’s basketball team kept Penn State to its second-lowest scoring
total of the season, pulling off a 74-51 victory.
EVANSTON, Ill.— As the IU men’s basketball team ventured into the Big
Ten portion of its 2012-13 schedule, the Hoosiers had been tested very
little late in games this season.
The No. 2 Hoosiers could not surmount a second-half comeback after
falling behind by double digits, losing 64-59 to the Badgers Tuesday
night at Assembly Hall.
No. 2 IU's Tuesday matchup against Wisconsin features the only two remaining teams in the Big Ten with perfect conference records.
After leading with 23 points at the end of the first half, the No. 5 IU
men’s basketball team watched its lead get cut in half by a No. 8
Minnesota team determined to battle back after being almost defeated 20
minutes into Saturday’s game at Assembly Hall.
The No. 8 Golden Gophers come into Assembly Hall on Saturday to face
IU Coach Tom Crean’s No. 5 squad, defense may determine whether or not
the Hoosiers can exact revenge against the only team able to beat IU at
home last year in the regular season.