WISCONSIN 57, INDIANA 47 (1:21)
As the overrated chants come cascading down from the student section, I’m wondering what you guys saw on television when Gordon got hurt. We’re up in the balcony here and couldn’t tell what was going on. Did he hurt his throat? It seems like he was pointing there.
WISCONSIN 53, INDIANA 45 (3:10)
Has Indiana’s run come too late in the game?
WISCONSIN 48, INDIANA 41 (7:53)
Those are two plays winning teams make. First Gordon dives and swats the loose ball to a teammate, then D.J. White doesn’t give up on a rebound.
White’s got 18 points and 13 rebounds already. That’s his 13th double-double of the year.
WISCONSIN 46, INDIANA 36 (9:29)
Yes, yes he can. Eric Gordon gets to the lane and hits a tough lay-in. Wrist injury? What wrist injury? Then he hits one of his patented long 3-pointers to make it a 10-point game.
WISCONSIN 46, INDIANA 31
Was that some energy out of the Hoosiers? Is there hope?
Gordon drills a 3-pointer and then Stemler works on defense, avoids fouling and creates a turnover.
Can Gordon spark a run?
WISCONSIN 40, INDIANA 24 (15:54)
Not the start Indiana wanted, as Ellis picks up his third foul right away.
And then D.J. White hurts his elbow going for a rebound. He holds in for about 30 seconds as he tries to follow the crowd but comes back hits a jumper and works inside for a bucket.
But Brian Butch answers with a bucket inside and a 3-pointer.
And Marcus Landry is getting his shot going, as he now has nine points.
The crowd goes crazy as Hughes tosses a pass behind his back and Flowers finishes to put the home team up 16 points.
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