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Friday February 21st, 2014

Indiana is 12-6 at Assembly Hall this season. (AP Photo/The Herald-Times/Chris Howell) The Indiana men's basketball team is 12-6 at Assembly Hall this season. (AP Photo/The Herald-Times/Chris Howell)

The Iowa-Indiana game at Assembly Hall postponed Tuesday due to metal falling from the ceiling will now be played on Feb. 27 after engineers told the Big Ten Conference and both schools that the arena is safe, reports Andy Katz of ESPN.com.

Hours before the game, a piece of metal fell from the ceiling and hit one seat and damaged others, forcing the schools to postpone the game.

Indiana's women's basketball team played Michigan on Wednesday at Assembly Hall. During that contest, the section where the damaged chairs were was closed off.  

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