Iowa outscored Indiana 42-26 in the second half and took advantage of 23 Hoosier turnovers for as much needed 83-74 win.
It was a big night for sophomore Kris Murray who finished with a career high 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
Iowa’s pressure defense picked up in the second half after giving up 48 points in the opening half.
Iowa coach Fran McCaffery was happy with the way his team responded after a 1-3 start to Big Ten play.
Next up for the Hawkeyes is a Sunday trip to the Twin Cities to take on Minnesota.
[indpost4] :25 :beat them