No. 19 Iowa rallied to beat Indiana 76-70 Friday night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
The Hawkeyes improved to 21-6 overall and 10-6 in the Big Ten. Indiana slipped to 13-14, 4-12.
Coverage from Carver
Turning point: Tied 68-68 in overtime, Indiana looked to have a steal and a possible 2-on-1 opportunity. But Jordan Bohannon ended up with the ball after a ricochet and threw up a 3-pointer that went down for a 71-68 lead. Up 72-70, Bohannon knocked down another contested 3 with 20 seconds left to seal the win.
MVP: On a night when Iowa seemingly couldn't buy a 3-point basket, Bohannon just kept shooting. His fadeaway 3-pointer forced overtime and he hit two go-ahead treys, plus the clincher in the extra period. Bohannon finished with 17 points and made 5 of 9 3-pointers.
Key stat: 6-27. With Iowa struggling from 3-point range, Indiana couldn't take advantage. The Hoosiers made just 22.2 percent of their attempts from distance, even worse than Iowa's 28-percent mark (7-25). Romeo Langford missed a deep 3 at the buzzer in regulation instead of driving to the basket.
Points: Tyler Cook, Iowa (18); Juwan Morgan, Indiana (15)
Rebounds: Nicholas Baer, Iowa (10); Romeo Langford, Rob Phinisee, Indiana (7)
Assists: Connor McCaffery, Iowa (5); Romeo Langford, Rob Phinisee, Aljami Durham, Devonte Green, Indiana (2)
Steals: Isaiah Moss, Iowa (2); Rob Phinisee, Indiana (4)
Blocks: Nicholas Baer, Iowa (3); Juwan Morgan, Indiana (6)
3-Pointers: Jordan Bohannon, Iowa (5-9); Rob Phinisee, Indiana (2-5)
Up next: Iowa visits Ohio State (17-9, 7-8) at 6 p.m. Tuesday (BTN). The Buckeyes have a road tilt Saturday against Maryland.