BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Matt Haarms used the cascading boos and profane chants as motivation Tuesday night.
And when he was called for a double-foul in the first half and a technical foul in the second, the scrappy 7-foot-3 center refused to back down.
Instead, he found himself in the perfect spot to make the perfect play with 3.2 seconds left - a tiebreaking tip-in to give No. 15 Purdue a 48-46 victory at rival Indiana.