BLOOMINGTON — The Indiana Hoosiers got 18 points from Trayce Jackson-Davis and 12 from Joey Brunk to pick up a key 72-67 victory over Minnesota Wednesday in Bloomington.
Indiana snapped a two-game losing streak as it tries to make a late push to seal its first NCAA Tournament bid under coach Archie Miller.
Minnesota was led by Daniel Oturu with 24 points and 16 rebounds but lost its third in a row. Indiana broke open the game with 9-1 run late in the second half and put it away with free-throw shooting in the final minute.
The Hoosiers are now 19-11 overall and 9-10 in the Big Ten
Associated Press reporter Michael Marot wrote this story