Wisconsin-Indiana Postgame Notes

March 16, 2013

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  • Junior guard Victor Oladipo had four steals today, tying him with Isiah Thomas (1980-81) for the Indiana single-season record with 74. Oladipo added 10 points and seven rebounds, giving him 10.3 rebounds per game in his last three outings.
  • Sophomore forward Cody Zeller tallied his 10th double-double of the year with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Eight of his 10 double-doubles have come against Big Ten opponents, including both matchups vs. Wisconsin.
  • Senior forward Christian Watford paced the Hoosiers with 14 points, shooting 5-of-9 from the field.
  • Indiana had three or more players score in double figures for the third-straight game and 31st time this season.
  • The Hoosiers are 6-2 vs. top-25 teams this season.
  • Indiana's five three-point baskets is its most vs. Wisconsin in the last 12 meetings. It is the most since knocking down seven three-pointers on Jan. 31, 2007.
  • After falling behind 40-31, the Hoosiers went on a 9-0 run to tie the game at 40 with 14:06 to play.
  • Sophomore guard Remy Abell had six points, two rebounds and a steal in 15 minutes off the bench.
  • The Hoosiers converted 15 Wisconsin turnovers into 22 points.


  • Four players scored in double figures for Wisconsin: senior guard/forward Ryan Evans (16 points), junior guard Ben Brust (12), freshman forward Sam Dekker (11) and senior forward/center Jared Berggren (11).
  • Wisconsin shot 51 percent for the game (25-of-49). The Badgers are 13-0 this season when shooting 45 percent or better and 180-16 under Bo Ryan.
  • Wisconsin held a 35-30 advantage on the glass. The Badgers are 16-2 this season when outrebounding their opponent and 209-30 under Ryan.
  • Wisconsin held Indiana to a season-low 56 points. The Badgers are 17-3 this season when holding opponents under 60 points.
  • The Badgers owned a 17-8 edge in bench points and an 18-11 advantage in second-chance points.
  • The 12-point loss was the largest margin of defeat for Indiana this season and the first by double digits.
  • Wisconsin has won the last 12 games against Indiana. The 12-game win streak over the Hoosiers ties the Badgers with Purdue (1908-1914) for the most consecutive victories over Indiana all-time. Bo Ryan is 18-3 against Indiana and 14-3 against Tom Crean.
  • The Badgers own victories over four top-10 teams this season and seven wins over teams in the AP Top 25. The seven victories over top-25 opponents is tied with Indiana for the most in Division I this season.
  • Wisconsin is 17-13 in the Big Ten Tournament all-time, 5-3 in semifinals. As head coach of the Badgers, Ryan owns a 13-9 record in Big Ten Tournament play. Ryan is tied with Steve Alford for the third most wins in the tournament by a head coach.
  • Leading 50-49 with 9:45 to play, Wisconsin closed the game on a 16-7 run.
  • Trailing 22-16 at 7:55 of the first half, Wisconsin used an 18-4 run over 5:29 of play to build a 34-25 lead.