Indiana not satisfied with victory
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- On Saturday afternoon, for exactly 10 minutes, 9 seconds, the Indiana Hoosiers tasted basketball perfection.
Before it began, the No. 5 Hoosiers held a narrow 16-15 lead over No. 8 Minnesota, the product of a first quarter that came exactly as advertised: physically brutal, back and forth, Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo trading shots with Trevor Mbakwe and Andre Hollins, apparently destined to do it all day.
That's when IU exploded. Jordan Hulls made one 3 and ...
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