Gameday central: Iowa at Indiana

Five days after claiming their best win of the season, the Hoosiers have an opportunity to build momentum on Thursday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

A matchup with No. 20 Iowa could go a long way toward getting Indiana back on track after Saturday’s win over No. 6 Michigan State.

After snapping a seven-game losing skid, Indiana is looking to put together a streak of a different kind.

“It’s good to see the guys smile,” IU coach Archie Miller said. “It was tough to go through a stretch like that in our league. … We had great leadership, great togetherness and we had guys playing the right way. We’re in a 10-game conference schedule. We’re in the back half of the league and we were able to get our first one. This is No. 2.”

Iowa started the season 16-3, matching its best start in the Fran McCaffery era. The Hawkeyes are coming off their most complete victory of the season, a 74-59 win over Michigan.

Iowa (17-5, 6-5)
P No. Name Ht. Cl. Avg.
F 55 Luka Garza 6-11 So. 15.1
F 25 Tyler Cook 6-9 Jr. 16.2
G 10 Joe Wieskamp 6-6 Fr. 11.4
G 4 Isaiah Moss 6-5 Jr. 9.8
G 3 Jordan Bohannon 6-1 Jr. 10.3

INDIANA (13-9, 4-7)
P No. Name Ht. Cl. Avg.
F 13 Juwan Morgan 6-8 Sr. 15.9
F 3 Justin Smith 6-7 So. 8.8
G 1 Al Durham 6-6 Sr. 8.3
G 0 Romeo Langford 6-6 Fr. 17.4
G 10 Rob Phinisee 6-1 Fr. 6.4

Tonight’s officials: Bill Ek, Courtney Green, Rob Riley


  1. I think this game kind of sums up the season. Just kind of sad. No intelligence on this team. I hope coach cleans house a bit after this season and please get a couple kids that can shoot the ball.

  2. Somebody please take Green’s uniform away and send him back to NY street ball. He is not worthy to wear Candy Stripes.

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