Wednesday's Results

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#7/8 Indiana 72, Penn State 49
Cody Zeller didn't get a chance to carry Indiana on Wednesday night. Victor Oladipo, Yogi Ferrell and the Hoosiers' defense took care of it. With Zeller scoring a career-low two points and failing to make a basket for the first time since arriving in Bloomington, Oladipo finished with 19 points and Ferrell added a season-high 15 to lead the seventh-ranked Hoosiers to a 72-49 rout of Penn State. "Cody did a lot of other things to impact the game and that's why he's such a great player," Oladipo said. "He might have a slow night today, but he played tremendous defense. He still had 10 deflections and rebounded the ball. Sure we've got to step it up a little bit when he plays that, we've just got to play together." RECAP

Northwestern 55, #12/14 Minnesota
Northwestern used an aggressive 18-4 run during the second half to catch the Minnesota Golden Gophers and eventually build a nine-point lead as it picked up its second win over a ranked opponent this week with a 55-48 upset of the Big Ten foes. Jared Swopshire poured in a game-high 16 points and added a team-high eight rebounds to help the Wildcats pick up their first conference win of the season in front of the crowd at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Senior Reggie Hearn added 13 points in the victory, while sophomore Tre Demps added 10 points, including a pair on a pretty jumper to beat the buzzer at the end of the first half. RECAP

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