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2 Routs Set Up Weekend Blockbuster

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Be honest now: About midway through a 31-12 IU run that gave the Hoosiers a 47-27 halftime lead over Purdue, you had this singular thought:

Michigan.

Can that game get here fast enough?

Earlier in the night, the Wolverines curb-stomped Northwestern in Ann Arbor. Late in the night, IU had no issues with Purdue, pounding the not-ready-for-prime-time Boilermakers, 97-60.

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