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BLOOMINGTON – Indiana holds a 26-14 lead over Iowa at halftime. But neither team can be satisfied with what happened in the first half.

The No. 1 Hoosiers went 8 of 28 from the floor, missed all nine of their three-point attempts and only sank 10 of 17 free throws.

But Indiana did harass Iowa into an equally bad offensive performance. The Hawkeyes went 7 of 24 from the floor and missed their five three-point attempts.

Iowa committed 14 turnovers, which Indiana turned into 13 points. The Hoosiers also committed eight turnovers, but the Hawkeyes only scored four points off the miscues.

Indiana holds a 22-17 edge in rebounds with 10 rebounds coming on offense.

Cody Zeller leads IU's offense with 9 points on 3-of-7 shooting, and Victor Oladipo and Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell each have five points.

Melsahn Basabe has six points for Iowa, which was whistled for 12 fouls in the first half including a technical on coach Fran McCaffery.