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Last updated on Monday, December 12, 2011
(UNDATED) - Indiana Hoosiers fans will have a week to celebrate Saturday’s upset victory over number-one Kentucky.
It is finals week at many universities and there are just two games scheduled this week, IPFW Dartmouth on Tuesday and IUPUI facing St. Joseph's of Indiana on Friday.
On Saturday, four of the state's division-one schools meet in the crossroads classic at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Purdue takes on Butler in game one while the Hoosiers face Notre Dame in the second game.
IU should dent the top-25 for the first time in four seasons when the polls come out later today.
The 73-72 win over the Wildcats on Christian Watford's three-pointer as time expired launched a wild celebration at Assembly Hall.
It was the biggest win during Tom Crean's three-year tenure as Hoosiers head coach and probably the biggest win for the school since Kirk Haston beat then number-one Michigan State with a three-pointer at the buzzer in 2001.
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