Upset: Hoosiers rally in second half for win at #4 Iowa

Hawkeyes went 11 minutes without field goal
Posted at 11:25 PM, Jan 21, 2021

IOWA CITY — With 12 minutes to go in the second half on its home court, #4 Iowa appeared to be on its way to its sixth consecutive win.

The Hawkeyes were up by nine when Indiana's defense and offense suddenly came to life. Over the next 10 minutes, the Hoosiers would go on a 23-3 run while Iowa went almost 11 minutes without a field goal.

When the dust settled, Indiana had earned its biggest win of the year, 81-69 over the Hawkeyes. The victory evens IU's Big Ten record at 4-4 and 9-6 overall.

The Hoosiers were out-rebounded 46-32, but Iowa could not deal with Indiana's defense in the second half. For the game, the Hawkeyes shot just 38%.

Trayce Jackson-Davis had 23 points and seven rebounds for Indiana. Rob Phinisee had 18 and Al Durham finished with 14 points.

Luka Garza, the likely Big Ten Player of The Year, had 28 points and 12 rebounds for Iowa which is now 6-2 in the Big Ten and 12-3 overall.