Hoosier Headlines for January 18, 2010: coverage of IU's win over Minnesota.

  • Indiana player gets "chills" following upset (The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN)
    Remember the blown 15-point lead to Illinois eight days earlier at Assembly Hall? The Hoosiers did and then forgot it. "You don’t want to think like that or it will happen again," Jones said. "My stomach was sick for two days after we lost that game. We didn’t want that to happen again."

  • Gophers rally then lose in overtime at Indiana (TwinCities.com)
    "We thought we were ready," Smith said. "When you're on the road, you have to fight through some of the adversity you might have by not making shots. Guys weren't shooting the ball well, and obviously, we weren't rebounding the ball well."

  • Hoosiers hoodwink Gophers (StarTribune.com)
    "While the Gophers made an impressive run to reach overtime, the Hoosiers relied on heart and momentum sustained by an announced home crowd of 17,017 to pull out the victory."

  • Hoosiers Insider (The Indianapolis Star)
  • Gophers' comeback falls short in Indiana (TwinCities.com)
  • Indiana 81, Minnesota 78 (OT) (The Hoosier Scoop)
  • Good, Bad and Ugly: Minnesota (Inside the Hall)

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