February 16, 2013
Notebook: Hoosiers dominate again
What Indiana did to Purdue wasn't pretty this year. After embarrassing their
rivals in the first meeting, 97-60, Indiana came right back with a 83-55 triumph
this afternoon in Assembly Hall. The combined 65 point difference in the two
games blew away the biggest margin in a season that the Hoosiers have had over
their rival--- a 48-point difference back in 1953.
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