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Iowa at Indiana (-1 , 147) – 9:00 PM EST – ESPN

Both these teams are coming off impressive underdog victories this past weekend as each club tries to build off those upsets. Iowa (17-5 SU, 11-11 ATS) forged above the .500 mark in Big 10 play by cruising past Michigan as five-point home underdogs last Friday, 74-59. Not only did the Hawkeyes snap a two-game skid, but they limited the Wolverines to 32% shooting from the floor to hand Michigan its second loss of the season.

Indiana (13-9 SU, 8-13 ATS) wishes it snapped only a two-game losing streak as the Hoosiers erased a seven-game slide on Saturday in a 79-75 overtime stunner over Michigan State as 13 -point underdogs. The Hoosiers overcame 39% shooting from the floor to pick up their first conference road win since December at Penn State. Archie Miller’s team improved to 3-8 ATS in Big 10 play, but the Hoosiers are 0-4 ATS in Bloomington against conference foes, which is in stark contrast to a 9-0 ATS mark last season.

Last season, Indiana swept the two-game series from Iowa, including a 13-point triumph at Assembly Hall. Iowa’s last victory at Indiana came in 2015, as the Hoosiers have grabbed five of the past six meetings. The Hawkeyes have hit the OVER in four of five road conference affairs, while allowing at least 82 points four times. The Hoosiers haven’t eclipsed the 73-point mark at home in four Big 10 contests, while drilling the UNDER all four times.
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