The Boilermakers move into a tie for first place in the Big Ten with Michigan and Michigan State with the victory, as all three are in conference play. It was a drama-filled ending at Indiana, and Matt Haarms' tip-in was the deciding bucket: pic. The Boilermakers and Hoosiers combined to shoot 34 for from the field in a rockfight. Purdue was the better shooting team on the night, and still only hit 32 percent of its shots from the field.
Big Ten Player of the Year 6 See also: Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball and Purdue Boilermakers men's basketball Indiana and Purdue played against each other in men's basketball for the first time on March 2, The two teams have played at least once a year since then, and until they usually met twice a year.
Purdue leads the all-time series Purdue has won the Big 10 conference regular season title 24 times, and Indiana has won it Both are among the winningest programs in Division I basketball; Indiana is 10th while Purdue is 16th through the season.
Purdue won 51 of the first 62 games through , including four winning streaks of more than eight games. The rivalry favored Indiana in the s and s, with the Hoosiers winning 25 out of the 37 games during the two decades.
The intensity of the rivalry reached new heights throughout the s, '80s, and '90s when Bob Knight and Gene Keady coached Indiana and Purdue, respectively. The rivalry has become re-energized in recent years under Purdue's Matt Painter dominance and Indiana's constant changing of head coaches, helping restore the rivalry.
ESPN has labeled the basketball rivalry as "one of the two or three best rivalries in the sport,"  while College Magazine ranked it as the 10th best college basketball rivalry and TotalProSports listed it as the seventh best.
Indiana originally planned to play a second game against Purdue in West Lafayette, but according to the Arbutus the Indiana school yearbook those games were "declared off, and the season ended at Indiana.
However, the Indiana University Basketball Encyclopedia by Jason Hiner notes that an absence of newspaper reports about the game suggests that it never took place. Indiana coach Lou Watson remarked after the game, "I'm so glad that's over. That Keller killed us. Indiana squeaked by with a 53—52 win in the first-ever post-season meeting between the Hoosiers and Boilermakers.
In response Knight invited Purdue athletic director George King on his weekly television show to discuss the matter, but King declined. Therefore, in place of King, Knight brought onto the show a "jackass" male donkey wearing a Purdue hat as a representative of Purdue.
Just five minutes into the game, a scramble for a loose ball resulted in a foul call on Indiana's Steve Alford. Knight, irate, insisted the call should have been for a jump ball and seconds later after the Purdue inbounds, a subsequent foul was called on Daryl Thomas.
Knight, ultimately received a technical foul and then preceded to throw a red plastic chair from Indiana's bench across the floor toward the basket. Knight then received a 2nd technical and was ejected from the game. Knight was ejected, but he received a standing ovation as he left the floor from the home crowd at Assembly Hall , and the crowd quickly became hostile and dangerous.
Fans went so far as to throw coins at the Purdue bench after Knight's ejection. Despite the crowd, Purdue went on to defeat Indiana 72—63 on their way to a 20—9 season, while Indiana finished the year 16—13 and missed the NCAA tournament.
Knight apologized for his actions the next day and was given a one-game suspension and two years probation from the Big Ten. Since the incident, Knight has occasionally joked about throwing the chair.
A common joke told by Knight is that he saw an old lady standing on the opposite sideline and threw her the chair so she could sit down. The picture of Knight throwing the red plastic chair across the floor in front of Reid has since become the symbol of the Indiana-Purdue rivlary.
Replays of the toss have been shown during nearly every match-up at Mackey Arena since Indiana won the first meeting of the year in Bloomington 88— In their second match-up, on February 26, in West Lafayette, both teams came into the game still ranked in the Top 10 Purdue at 6 and Indiana at 3.
Indiana All-American Steve Alford was held to only 1 point in the first half as Purdue led by 9 points at the break. Behind 18 points from Troy Lewis, Purdue won The speech has since gone viral and has over 1.
Guyton , including a three-pointer to tie the game at 87 in overtime. However, Purdue's Chad Austin hit the game winner with 0. It was practically an instant replay from the previous season when Austin sank a three-pointer with Austin scored 18 and Purdue freshman Brian Cardinal added 25 points in the game.
The victory was the th of Gene Keady's career. The game was nicknamed the "Duel in the Dome" and a total of 32, Hoosier and Boiler fans filled into the Dome to see the game.
The 7 ranked Hoosiers held off Purdue 66—63 in the game. Indiana jumped out early and led by as many as six points at 17—11 before Purdue used a 12—1 run to go ahead by six points themselves at 27— But Indiana closed the gap and at halftime Purdue led 29— After only one lead change in the first half, the second half featured 5 ties and 9 lead changes as the teams battled back and forth.
Indiana took the lead for good at 50—49 with left, but Purdue never trailed by more than five points and the game wasn't over until Jeff Newton stole Purdue's inbound pass with a second left. Newton scored 16 points to lead the Hoosiers, including 9 crucial points in the final three minutes.
Purdue had led the entire game until Indiana used a 14—0 run to take a four point lead with twelve minutes remaining in the second half. The teams battled back and forth until David Teague gave Purdue a 55—52 lead with only 25 seconds remaining. However, Indiana's Marshall Strickland tied the game on a three-point play to send the game into overtime.
In the first overtime, the Hoosiers and Boilermakers were tied at 61 when a foul was called on Purdue's Andrew Ford with 0. Strickland hit two free throws to give Indiana the lead. But Purdue heaved a pass to the opposite end of the court where Carl Landry made a layup and was fouled as he shot.
After reviewing the call on video replay, the referees ruled that although Landry had released the shot after the buzzer, he had been fouled before time expired. They allowed continuation and counted the basket.
However, Landry ended up missing the ensuing free-throw with no time on the clock, and the teams went to double-overtime tied at The Big Ten later acknowledged the error. Bracey Wright then made one free throw for Indiana, and Purdue's Brandon McKnight missed a last-second heave to make the final score 75—73 in favor of the Hoosiers.
This was the first, and thus far only, double-overtime game in the history of the Indiana-Purdue basketball series. It would be the Hoosiers' last game before the completion of the school's investigation into accusations that Kelvin Sampson committed major rules violations, and would ultimately be Sampson's final game as Indiana's head coach as he would resign two days later.
Hoosier star Eric Gordon scored 22 points to lead Indiana to a 77—68 victory. The win snapped Purdue's game winning streak and brought Indiana within one-half game of the Boilermakers at the top of the Big Ten conference standings. Indiana wins are shaded in crimson. Purdue wins are shaded in black.
Ranking of the team at the time of the game is shown in parenthesis next to the team name. Purdue leads the all-time head-to-head series with Indiana —