Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • IND 42.9
    • 47.8 BUT
  • Three Point %

    • IND 41.7
    • 45.8 BUT
  • Turnovers

    • IND 13
    • 18 BUT
  • Rebounds

    • IND 45
    • 43 BUT

Game Information

Coverage: CBS
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  • Indianapolis, Indiana 46298
Attendance: 19,192
Referees: Mike Kitts, Larry Scirotto, Brian Dorsey
12/16/2012 Associated Press

Butler upsets top-ranked Indiana in overtime

Alex Barlow made a spinning 6-foot jumper with 6.1 seconds left in overtime and Butler toppled No. 1 Indiana 88-86 Saturday in the Crossroads Classic.


Game Flow

- 0th Half





Shot Chart

Research Notes

  • This is the first time that an AP No. 1 team has lost on December 15.

  • Butler's 42 points in the paint Saturday are the most paint points allowed by Indiana this season and third-most allowed by the Hoosiers in the last two seasons. Only Kentucky (twice last season) has scored more paint points against Indiana in a game since the start of the 2011-12 season.

  • After trailing by 7 with 2:24 remaining in the 2nd half, Indiana's offense was incredibly efficient to end the half. It scored at least a point on six of their final seven possessions, capping regulation with a game-tying 3-pointer with 10 seconds remaining. On the other hand, Butler only scored at least a point on three of its final seven possessions in regulation, turning it over twice.

  • Butler outscored Indiana 42-32 in the paint and 27-17 in second-chance points. Indiana entered the game ranked in the top 10 among Power 6 schools in Points in Paint PG margin and 2nd-chance Points PG margin.

  • Butler's Roosevelt Jones with a monster effort before fouling out today vs No. 1 Indiana: 16 points, 12 rebounds and 7 assists.The last player to hit those thresholds in a win over the AP No. 1 team was Utah's Andre Miller on March 28, 1998 (16 points, 14 rebounds and 7 assists) in the Final Four against North Carolina.Like Saturday's game, that was also on a neutral floor (Alamodome).


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