Posted January 11, 2014 on indiana.scout.com
Austin Etherington hit a huge 3-pointer with 1:22 to play and Jeff Howard made four free throws and pulled down three rebounds late to help lead Indiana to a 79-76 victory over Penn State at the Bryce Jordan Center. Noah Vonleh had a career-high 19 points and IU made all six of its free throws in the final minute.
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