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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Hoosiers pulled out a 68-65 win over Purdue for the first since 2016. More than 17,000 fans witnessed the magic in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, and now you can too.

Scroll through the photo gallery to get a closer look at the plays Indiana made to come out on top. If you were there celebrating on the court or couldn't see over the thousands of fans on their feet, here's what you missed.

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Michael Durr guards Jaden Ivey.
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  • HERE'S WHAT ROB PHINISEE AND XAVIER JOHNSON SAID FOLLOWING HOOSIER WIN OVER BOILERMAKERS: Lafayette native point guard Rob Phinisee had the game of his career putting up the team- high 20 points and finishing off the second half with the last three-pointer of the game. Here's what Phinisee and teammate Xavier Johnson had to say in a post game press conference. Read the transcript, or just watch the attached video. CLICK HERE. 
  • HERE'S WHAT MIKE WOODSON SAID AFTER INDIANA'S WIN OVER PURDUE: Indiana defeated the Purdue Boilermakers 68-65 in a packed Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. More than 17,000 fans packed the Hall to witness the Hoosiers' first victory over Purdue in six years. Here's what Indiana head coach Mike Woodson had to say in the post game press conference. Read the transcript, or watch the attached full video. CLICK HERE.
  • INDIANA STUNS NO. 4 PURDUE: Lafayette native Rob Phinisee had the game of his life on Thursday night, scoring 20 points and hitting the game-winning three-pointer to beat No. 4 Purdue 68-65. It snapped a nine-game losing streak to his hometown school, and finally gave him some bragging rights. CLICK HERE.
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