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Really wish IU could push this lead. I dont like Iowa hanging around within striking distance
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Here comes Iowa's run, cued by some out-of-nowhere sloppiness from Indiana. Hoosiers can't let a team like this just get loose in the open court. And here, perhaps, is where you wonder about Indiana's non-conference schedule as it pertains to preparing them for the Big Ten schedule.
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Need to cut down on the defensive lapses. Those turnovers were ugly too.
I am very torn on the non conference schedule. Understand an easier one from the perspective of not wearing players out. Could argue this worked well least year. The team peaked in the 2nd half of conference play.
huge shot by Yogi
Damn.... Jordy cant get anything to fall
This is the Will Sheehey NBA scouts really like. Has a great feel for space on the floor.
As tough of a shooting night as I've ever seen from him.
Watford picks up his third foul to join Hulls at three. And Watford has been very good tonight.
Right after the Watford foul, Iowa hits a three to cut the lead in half.
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So important, that block from Hollowell.
Back-to-back big defensive plays, as Hollowell has the big block and Zeller draws a charge. Both were on plays that could have cut IU lead to one.
Everyone on the Twitter seems to think this game will be settled by a Jordan Hulls shot. But will it be a make or a miss?
Hulls' shots have been good ones, just not made ones.
Hulls, like everyone else, is probably thinking, "One of these has got to fall," and he just keeps shooting. Improbably 0-for-10.
That's what will win Oladipo any player of the year award -- little stuff. If you add scoring and rebounding and good shooting numbers to strong defense, hustle plays, etc., then you insert yourself into that conversation.
Glad to get out of there with a win
Good win guys. Fun game to watch.
Those little things from Oladipo are also what gets road wins (or any wins) in the Big Ten. IU wins it 69-65. More to come on the site.
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