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The Hoosiers will look to avoid a five-game road losing streak on Saturday night in West Lafayette in a meeting with the Purdue Boilermakers. Indiana’s last win over Purdue came on Feb. 19, 2008 at Assembly Hall.
The game will be shown on the Big Ten Network (Dave Revsine and Jimmy Jackson) and broadcast on the IU radio network (Sirius 92/XM 190):
The road in the Big Ten won’t get any easier for Indiana on Saturday night. Purdue is looking to solidify its NCAA Tournament resume and a win over the Hoosiers in Mackey Arena would be a step in that direction. With a trip to Columbus looming next, the Boilermakers are viewing this game as a must-win.
For the Hoosiers, this is one of three chances remaining to beat a Big Ten team on the road not named Penn State. In terms of entering a hostile environment, Indiana has not and will not face a more daunting task than Mackey Arena. The Boilermaker faithful are always charged up to play the Hoosiers, but Saturday night should be an electric ...
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Jordan Hulls (18 points, five assists) and Cody Zeller (11 points, 12 rebounds) met with the media following Indiana’s 68-56 loss at Michigan on Wednesday night. Watch and listen to the comments from both players in high-definition quality video in the embedded media players below:
Another road game for Indiana, and unfortunately another road loss.
Michigan jumped all over Indiana early, racing out to a 13-0 run. In his postgame press conference, Tom Crean called his starters “a joke.” From that point, Indiana outscored the Wolverines by one, but a valiant effort from Jordan Hulls and a few others wasn’t enough as the Hoosiers lost 68-56.
GBW’s Kyle Bogenschutz and Dre Barthwell recap Michigan's 68-56 victory over #20 Indiana and look ahead to Sunday's in-state grudge match with MSU. The duo focuses on the perfomances of top B1G freshmen Trey Burke and Cody Zeller, why the Wolverines were more successful in slowing the Hoosiers down in the rematch, why Michigan is one of the team's that give the Spartans...
Thoughts on a 68-56 loss to the Wolverines:
Things did not start well in Ann Arbor this evening.
Indiana missed shots. It turned the ball over and allowed Michigan to have its way on offense. The Wolverines frustrated Cody Zeller down low. With 7:12 to go before half, the Hoosiers had only mustered eight points and were down 20. The road has not been kind to this team in Big Ten...
Indiana head coach Tom Crean, along with assistant coach Tim Buckley, juniors Jordan Hulls and Derek Elston, and freshman Cody Zeller, preview the Hoosiers' game at Purdue on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Jordan Hulls scored 18 points while Cody Zeller added 11 points and 12 rebounds for Indiana (17-6, 5-6).