After being humbled in its last contest, Indiana must regroup if it wants to remain undefeated on the road in the Big Ten.
The second-ranked Hoosiers look to bounce back from their first conference defeat and avoid a fourth consecutive road loss to Northwestern on Sunday.
Riding an 18-game home winning streak and leading the nation with 87.1 points per contest, Indiana (15-2, 3-1) shot a season-low 37.0 percent in a 64-59 loss to surging Wisconsin on Tuesday. The Badgers consistently contested Hoosiers shots while making big buckets of their own, and committed only eight turnovers in winning their 11th straight over Indiana.
"We played really hard," coach Tom Crean said. "We are always going to play really hard.
"When we weren't making shots, especially the ones that were open, we also didn't come down and stay as disciplined as we needed to be defensively."
Star sophomore Cody Zeller had 23 points with 10 rebounds, but went 1 of 7 from the field in the second half. Indiana had...