NEW YORK (AP) - Indiana failed to have a double-digit scorer and still rebounded from its first loss of the season to beat UConn 57-54 at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night.
The Hoosiers won their first eight games under coach Archie Miller and were on the brink of cracking the Top 25 until a 20-point loss at Wisconsin earned them only a few votes.
Aljami Durham led the Hoosiers with nine points.
Alterique Gilbert buried a 3 for UConn with 14.3 seconds left that pulled it to 56-54, but the Huskies coughed up the ball on a game-tying possession.
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