BLOOMINGTON, IN — Unable to build off of the confidence from their victory against #6 Michigan State on Saturday, Indiana loses to an upward trending …
The Hoosiers went into East Lansing with a seven-game losing streak and as significant underdogs. If there was a time for IU to break out of their slump and turn their season around, it was tonight.
The Hoosiers fall to the Scarlet Knights and extend their losing streak to 7.
Indiana disappoints a home crowd ready to erupt with a painfully tough to watch display. Hoosiers lose to Michigan 46-69 for their sixth straight loss.
On another snowy January day, the Hoosiers’ offense still couldn’t warm up as the Wildcats came up with the victory. IU suffers their fifth consecutive loss due to Aaron Falzon’s three-point barrage and Dererk Pardon’s strong inside play.
The Hoosiers navigate a tough start, but the Purdue Boilermakers put them away in a high powered second half.
The Hoosiers return home for a much needed energy boost after two difficult road tests where the Hoosiers did not come out victorious.
The Hoosiers take care of business against a pesky Illini team in the re-opening of conference play.
Romeo Langford led an unconscious comeback, but his efforts were not enough to overcome IU’s deficit.
In a battle of undefeated Big Ten teams, the Wolverines extend their streak over the Hoosiers in Ann Arbor.
Juwan Morgan makes Indiana history with the second ever triple-double in a victory over Jacksonville University.
Indiana moves to 10-2 on the season after an impressive performance that followed another slow start.
Indiana defeats Butler in a thrilling 71-68 show. Freshman guard Robert Phinisee was the hero of the game, making a near-half-court three with time expiring to give the Bulldogs their third loss on the season.
Archie Miller is victorious over Chris Mack in another close defense-filled contest.
IU takes down a tough Penn State team on the road to push conference record to 2-0
The Hoosiers find a way to overcome a Juwan Morgan injury and win against Northwestern with the leadership of Romeo Langford.
The Hoosiers lose in a rough match in Durham against the Duke Blue Devils after a sloppy start to the game.
Indiana survives a minor scare at home against UC Davis, but manages to rally and pull away with the win 76-62.