The last time North Carolina and Indiana played in the NCAA Tournament it was Michael Jordan's last college game.
Indiana coach Tom Crean entered the 2015-16 season on the hot seat. He's going to leave it with a Big Ten regular season title and at least a trip to the Sweet 16.
Two months ago, it would have been crazy to predict that Indiana would win the Big Ten. But 15 games into the 18-game season, the Hoosiers remain on top of the league.
Indiana got 28 points from its bench and held off a late charge from Iowa in its sixth home win against a top-5 team in the past five years.
Indiana had a great chance to pick up its first win at Wisconsin since before Bo Ryan took over the program. But in the end, the Hoosiers just couldn't quite finish the deal against Ryan's disciple and extend their winning streak to start Big Ten play.
No. 25 Indiana is rolling in the way that most envisioned at the start of the season. On Tuesday, it was a record-breaking performance.
Indiana seemed like it was in quite a bit of trouble following its 20-point loss to Duke on December 2nd. But they're now 15-3 following yet another road win in the Big Ten.
Indiana is now 4-0 in conference play behind a big home win against Ohio State
Indiana finished the game on a 17-2 run to beat Notre Dame in the Crossroads Classic.
The Maui Invitational tends to bring some fun upsets, and this year is now no exception. Wake Forest defeated No. 13 Indiana 82-78 Monday afternoon, using a 19-6 run to end the game to pull out the win.

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