Sean Merriman, web editor, February 20, 2016

This is what in-state rivalries are all about.

Indiana took on Purdue Saturday night in a matchup that Big Ten fans will only get to see once in the regular season.

For 39 minutes, this game belonged to Yogi Ferrell and the Hoosiers, but Purdue made a furious comeback to make it a two-point game with under a minute remaining in the contest. That's when Purdue's A.J. Hammons was called for goaltending with 7.1 seconds remaining, giving Indiana a 77-73 lead, which would go on to be the final score of this memorable Big Ten showdown.

Troy Williams scored a game-high 19 points and Ferrell added 18 points as the Hoosiers improved to 12-3 in Big Ten play, putting them in sole first place of the conference standings.

The Hoosiers (22-6, 12-3) improved to 16-0 this season at Assembly Hall and also snapped a three-game losing streak to Purdue.

For just third time in the past 20 seasons, Indiana has 12 Big Ten wins in 15 games.

Watch the full highlight from the game at the top of the post.