Wisconsin was 7 for 18 from long range for the game, compared to 5 for 17 for Indiana.
"The biggest story for us was we've been defending the 3 the last six, seven games at an incredibly high level, and today we didn't," Crean said. "They got some kick-out 3s and things of that nature, but we got away from what had been making us better."
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