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Thursday, March 1, 2007

3/1/07 - Wednesday's Recaps

Indiana 69 Northwestern 65
In a "must win" game for Indiana, Hoosier guard Roderick Wilmont came up huge. Wilmont set Indiana and Welsh-Ryan Arena records hitting 9 three-pointers on his way to a career-high 31 points. The Hoosiers took advantage of the open spots from Northwestern's 1-3-1 zone all night long. The Wildcats were led by Tim Doyle on his senior night. Doyle finished with 17 points and eight assists in the loss. Hoosier coach Kelvin Sampson says Doyle "is going to be first-team All-American in a men's league some day."

Iowa 72 Penn State 74
So much for the discussion of whether Iowa should or should not be on the bubble. After last night's 74-72 loss at Penn State, the Hawkeyes are officially out, pending an unthinkable run at next week's Big Ten Tournament. Iowa was led in scoring again by senior Adam Haluska with 30 points and eight rebounds. Those 30 points probably locked up the Big Ten scoring title for the Hawkeye, but Haluska would have much rather taken the win. "I don't care about the scoring title," he said after the loss, Penn State's first win in 13 games.

Minnesota 47 Purdue 66
Minnesota's dreadful Big Ten season came to an end last night in West Lafayette about as ugly as it began. The Gophers turned the ball over 14 times in its first 23 possessions and Purdue took full advantage. The Boilers jumped out to an early 21-6 lead and never looked back. Purdue is now one win away from that magical number of 20 wins and a step closer to getting themselves in the NCAA tournament. Carl Landry led the Boilermakers with 25 points, 12 rebounds and six steals on the night. Purdue ends the regular season on Saturday at home against Northwestern. Win that one, and the Boilers should be in the Big Dance.

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