The Indiana Hoosiers win to advance in the Big Ten Tournament 74-69 on Thursday morning. Michigan was having their way for the first 27 minutes of the game and built a 60-43 lead. Indiana woke up and started playing like never before to mount the second biggest come from behind victory in Tournament history. The Hoosiers got stops, made shots and looked good in front of the mostly Crimson and Cream crowd. Trayce Jackson-Davis dunk made a dunk with a little less than 10 minutes to go that woke up the crown and lit a fire under the Hoosier to continue the momentum. With six minutes to go Miller Kopp hit a three pointer to cut the Wolverine lead down to one point 62-61. Trayce Jackson-Davis hit two free throws to put the Hoosiers up with about 5:39 minutes to play. Michigan tried to hang in there but the Hoosier momentum and traveling home crowd was too much for Michigan to handle. The Hoosiers finished the game strong and won. Michigan finished the game missing 15 of their last 17 shots.
Trayce Jackson-Davis finished the game with 24 points and 8 rebounds. Xavier Johnson had 17 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assist for the Hoosiers. Next up for Indiana is the top seeded Illinois Fighting Illini tomorrow at 11:30am.