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Another shot at revenge

CHICAGO – Indiana has another revenge game in the Big Ten tournament.

The No. 1 seed Hoosiers (27-5) will face No. 4 seed Wisconsin (22-10) at 1:40 p.m. Saturday in the semifinals at the United Center.

Indiana advanced to the semis with am 80-64 win over No. 8 seed Illinois (22-12) on Friday, and Wisconsin defeated No. 5 seed Michigan (26-7) 68-59.

The Hoosiers lost to the Badgers 64-59 at home on Jan. 15. Wisconsin is the only Big Ten team IU has not defeated this season.

Wisconsin has won the last 11 games in the series, and coach Tom Crean is 0-9 against the Badgers in his five seasons with the Hoosiers.

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