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IU leads Big Ten showdown at halftime

Indiana leads Minnesota 52-29 at halftime Saturday at Assembly Hall.

The No. 5 Hoosiers made seven three-pointers in the half. Jordan Hulls had four three-pointers and had 12 points in the half.

Victor Oladipo leads IU 13 points. Christian Watford has 10 points. He has made two three-pointers.

Cody Zeller has nine points. Yogi Ferrell has eight points and seven assists.

IU shot 65.6 percent from the floor. IU had 11 fast-break points to Minnesota’s two.

Andre Hollins has 14 points for the No. 8 Gophers.

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