Sunday's Results

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#7/8 Indiana 75, #13/11 Michigan State 70
No. 7/8 Indiana held No. 13/11 Michigan State scoreless for the final 3:32 of the game by way of three clutch plays from Cody Zeller in the closing minutes, to go along with a big game from Victor Oladipo for a 75-70 win. Oladipo finished with 21 points, seven rebounds, six steals and three blocks, leading the seventh-ranked Hoosiers to a 75-70 victory over No. 13 Michigan State. Indiana (18-2, 6-1 Big Ten) has won three straight since a Jan. 25 loss to Wisconsin. It has won back-to-back games over the Spartans after ending a six-game losing streak in the series. The Hoosiers picked up their ninth win in Assembly Hall over a Top 25 foe during the past 24 months, and their latest victory helped break up a three-way logjam atop the Big Ten. RECAP

#2/3 Michigan 74, Illinois 60
The University of Michigan men's basketball team had four players score in double figures as it took down Illinois, 74-60, for the best start to a season (19-1) in program history on Sunday night inside Assembly Hall. The Wolverines shot 24-of-48 (50 percent) from the floor in the game while holding the Illini to 18-of-49 (37 percent). Sophomore guard Trey Burke scored a game-high 19 points, while freshman guard Nik Stauskas added 14. Junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. and freshman guard Glenn Robinson III rounded out the double-digit scoring with 12 points apiece. RECAP

Purdue 65, Iowa 62 (OT)
Terone Johnson had 17 points and 12 rebounds and Ronnie Johnson scored 15 to lead Purdue to a 65-62 victory over Iowa on Sunday. Donnie Hale had 12 points and five rebounds and D.J. Byrd had 10 points and seven rebounds for the Boilermakers (11-9, 4-3 Big Ten), who have won four of their last five. Mike Gesell had 18 points to lead the Hawkeyes. Roy Devyn Marble, Aaron White and Melsahn Basabe each scored 12 points for Iowa (13-7, 2-5). Basabe also had eight rebounds. Purdue never trailed in overtime. Ronnie Johnson scored the go-ahead basket with 1:27 left in overtime to give Purdue a 61-59 lead. The Hawkeyes missed two free throws and two field goals and Byrd extended the lead with two free throws with 30 seconds left to make it 63-59. RECAP

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