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Keys to the game

Cody Zeller scored a career-high 26 points for Indiana in a 103-89 victory against Iowa Sunday.

It's the first time IU has scored at least 100 points in a Big Ten game since finishing with 110 against Iowa on March 12, 1995. Here are the highlights.

Key stretch: The Hoosiers closed the first half on a 22-6 run and led 54-37 at halftime. Iowa did not have a field goal in the final 4:06 of the half.

Key number: 58. Indiana had 58 points in the paint.

More numbers: Iowa shot 79.2 percent (19 of 24) in the second half. … Verdell Jones III had 14 points and nine assists. … Six Hoosiers reached double figures in scoring: Zeller, Jones, Christian Watford (15), Victor Oladipo (12), Derek Elston (11) and Will Sheehey (10).

Quotable

"We had a very solid game from a lot of different people, but the bottom line was that the ball moved. And when the ball moves on offense and when you're active on defense and we kept understanding the pace of the game, it worked out well for us."

- IU coach Tom Crean

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