Turnovers costly to young team (The Indianapolis Star)
"When it was over, IU committed 20 turnovers that resulted in 23 points in Iowa's 73-57 victory over the Hoosiers at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. A good number of the turnovers, especially in the first half, were a result of traveling."
IU loses 10th straight (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"Sophomore Matt Gatens scored 25 points and Iowa beat the reeling Hoosiers 73-57 Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak."
Hawks on the attack in victory (Quad City Times)
"Iowa won with effort, something that was absent in a 17-point loss at Northwestern on Thursday and something mentioned frequently in the days leading up to the Hawkeyes' home finale."
IU drops 10th straight with loss (Indiana Daily Student)
"While the Hawkeyes didn’t make it easy for the Hoosiers, they also didn’t present the same problems that Wisconsin did on Thursday. IU continued to make the same mistakes that has plagued them in this stretch. "
Turnovers, poor post-play lead to IU demise in Iowa City (Indiana Daily Student)
"It might be impossible to make Iowa look better than it did against IU on Sunday night."
IU its own worst enemy in defeat (Indiana Daily Student)
"Following the Wisconsin loss, the team went through a film session in which individual players were asked to call out their own mistakes. Crean might have his team do the same following IU’s 73-57 loss at Iowa, but this team seems guilty until proven innocent."
Iowa men's basketball: Gatens nets career high; Hawkeyes pound Hoosiers (The Des Moines Register)
"Iowa had a double-figure lead for the last 131/2 minutes of the game. But Indiana was hanging around until Gatens, who had missed his first five 3-point tries of the game, went to work."
73-57: In Which We Gather Little From a 16-Point Win (Black Heart Gold Pants)
"Iowa defeats Indiana 73-57. Is there anything to take from the win, or is this just an inconsequential whipping of an inferior opponent?"
The Minute After: Iowa (Inside the Hall)
"It’s easy to chalk this one up as uninspired effort by the Hoosiers. But this loss was somewhat different than what we’ve seen lately."
Iowa 73, Indiana 57 (The Hoosier Scoop)
"Tom Crean challenged his team to show up for this rematch with Iowa, which beat the Hoosiers in Assembly Hall earlier this year and sent them skidding, with intensity and renewed fight. It, once again, did not."