The No. 21 Iowa Hawkeyes continued their knack for winning games in dramatic fashion with a 76-70 overtime victory over the Indiana Hoosiers on Friday night.

Less than two weeks after nailing a buzzer-beater to take down Northwestern, Jordan Bohannon was clutch in the second half and overtime vs Indiana. Following a scoreless first half, Bohannon scored 17 points and hit five three-pointers. A couple of those threes were particularly clutch, highly difficult shots:

With the win, Iowa has swept Indiana for the first time since 2011.

The Hawkeyes’ last three wins have all been wild, with this win, the Northwestern win, and a buzzer-beater to take down Rutgers.

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