Indiana suffered its second straight loss, falling to Purdue 67-53.
Here are some of the highlights.
Key number: 2. As in the number of three-pointers IU made on 13 attempts. Some might point to the discrepancy on the free throw line (Purdue made 23 of 28, including 19 of 24 in the second half while Indiana was 7 for 7 for the entire contest), but IU coach Tom Crean also mentioned his team's inability to hit a big three-pointer that might have shifted momentum back IU's way. It should be added that the Boilermakers were 4 of 12 from three-point territory, so neither team had a huge advantage from beyond the arc.
That's a fact: For the fourth time in six games, the Hoosiers shot less than 40 percent from the floor. IU went 22 of 62 (35.5 percent). Indiana entered the game second in the Big Ten and 20th nationally in field goal percentage (47.8 percent).
"They had some big answers when they needed it and we didn't have enough of that," IU coach Tom Crean.