Iowa defeats No. 13 IU basketball in Big Ten action

Basketball No. 13 (USA Today) from Indiana enjoys the friendly closeness of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall for the final week of the regular season, which begins Tuesday night against Iowa.

The Hoosiers (20-9, 11-7 Big Ten) are in a four-team tie for second place in the conference (Maryland, Northwestern, Michigan). The Hawkeyes (18-11, 10-8) are a game behind IU, in a three-way tie for sixth place (Illinois, Rutgers). Both have the opportunity to earn a double bye to next week’s Big Ten tournament in Chicago.

Indiana has won 6 straight home games, the last loss coming on January 8th against Northwestern. Iowa is 1-5 in their last 6 away games, victory comes over last place Minnesota.

Trayce Jackson-Davis is likely to move up a rung on IU’s career rebound list. With a great game, he could become the Hoosiers’ career leader.

Zach Osterman And Tyler Tachman will be fieldside updates, and we’ll have highlights and more. Please remember to update.

Finals: Iowa 90, No. 13 Indiana 68

Indiana is never in this game.

Trayce Jackson-Davis (26 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals) gets no help. At 1,096, he becomes IU’s career rebounding leader, overtaking Alan Henderson and Walt Bellamy. IU goes 2-of-11 to 3-pointers.

Iowa shoots over 50% from the field and from long range, hitting 11 3s. They also have a +12 rebound edge. Kris Murray has 26 points and Lawrence North alum Tony Perkins has 23, with 10 rebounds and 8 assists.

3:19 left 2H: Iowa 79, Indiana 58

Four Iowa players are in double figures. Still only TJD for IU.

7:56 left 2H: Trayce Jackson-Davis gets no help

Iowa leads 72-52. Tony Perkins has 19 points, 8 assists and 7 rebounds.

Trayce Jackson-Davis has 22 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. Next top scorer: Jalen Hood-Schifino, 8, all in the last 4+ minutes of the first half. Next Leading Rebounder: JHS with 4. Next Leading Assist: JHS with 2.

IU is 25 points (71-46) down at the 10-10 mark, the biggest deficit of the season.

11:12 left 2H: Iowa 66, Indiana 45

Kris Murray is 24 points clear of Iowa. Trayce Jackson-Davis has 18 for IU. TJD passed Alan Henderson for IU’s career rebounds lead. He’s at 1,092 and counting.

15:33 left 2H: Iowa 61, Indiana 40

Kris Murray, a 31.6% 3-point shooter on the road this season, is 5 out of 6. He has 22 points and ends an 11-point run with a layup.

Trayce Jackson-Davis gets a steal and dunk from a full court press early in the second half. He has 17 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals.

Halftime: Iowa 47, Indiana 36

Iowa shoots 60.7% from field, 58.3% on 3-pointers and has +5 rebounds. Kris Murry has 15 points, Tony Perkins has 13 and Filip Rebraca has 10.

IU is 1-of-6 on 3-pointers and has 6 assists to 4 turnovers. Trayce Jackson-Davis 15 points. Jalen Hood-Schifino’s first basket comes with 4 minutes to go. He has 8 points.

4:13 left 1H: Iowa 43, Indiana 26

Lawrence North High School’s Tony Perkins has 13 points and 6 assists and Kris Murray has 15 points for Iowa. Only Trayce Jackson-Davis (13 points, 6 rebounds) counters for IU.

7:30 1H: Iowa 33, Indiana 20

Iowa is running 33-20 with a 9-point run.

Trayce Jackson-Davis is alone in second place in IU career rebounds, passing Walt Bellamy (1,087 from 1958-61). Only Alan Henderson (1,091, 1991-95) has more.

IU closes to Malik Reneau’s basket within 21-18.

11:48 left 1H: Iowa 21, Indiana 16

IU heats up a bit, 6-of-12 out of the field. Iowa missed a few shots.

15:45 left 1H: Iowa 16, Indiana 7

Iowa is 5-of-5 from the field, 3 of them 3-pointers. Kris Murray has 8 points.

Trayce Jackson-Davis has a 3-point game with 16:55 to go.

IU is in double digits on Filip Rebraca’s free throws.

18:12 left 1H: Iowa 8, Indiana 0

Filip Rebraca’s layup leads to an IU timeout.

Kris Murray of Iowa scores first with a 3-pointer with 19:25 left. He hits another with 18:45 left.

IU Coach Mike Woodson, Iowa Coach Fran McCaffery have a brief handshake before the game

Might have something to do with it.

Xavier Johnson seems closer to a return

Jordan Geronimo is out for IU basketball

The second striker was in a walking boot prelude. He averages 4.5 points and 2.6 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game. Anthony Leal and Logan Duncomb are also absent.

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