No. 10 Indiana was upset by Michigan in their Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal game.
Indiana Men's Basketball trounced Illinois in Champaign Thursday night, winning 74-47. The Hoosiers are one victory away from a share of the conference title.
Seven of the turnstiles have already been auctioned off.
Facing their highest ranked opponent of the season, Indiana upset No. 4 Iowa, 85-78.
The Hoosiers won their third straight game, defeating McNeese State, 105-60.
Senior Yogi Ferrell scored a career high 38 points as the Hoosiers defeated IPFW, 90-65.
After a 20 point loss to Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Wednesday, the Hoosiers used a 50 point first half to pull away from Morehead State, 92-59.
After a sixth place finish in the Maui Invitational, the Hoosiers bounced back with a season high 112 points against Alcorn State.
Indiana Men's Basketball improved to 3-0 with a dominant 86-65 win over the Creighton Bluejays.
The Hoosiers pulled away late to defeat Austin Peay, 102-76.