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Keys to the game

Indiana suffered its fourth consecutive loss, falling to Ohio State 85-67.

Here are some keys to the game.

Key number: 71.4. Ohio State shooting percentage in the first half. The Buckeyes led 46-33 at halftime thanks to the hot shooting. Ohio State finished at 60.5 percent from the floor for the game.

That’s a fact: Indiana dropped its fifth consecutive game to Ohio State. It’s the longest losing streak in the series for the Hoosiers since the Buckeyes won five in a row from 1968-1970.

Quotable

“They hit some shots, but it was bad defense, also.”

- IU forward Christian Watford on Ohio State’s big shooting night

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