Listen to Don Fischer call the final seconds of IU basketball's win over Purdue

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IU basketball beat Purdue in a thriller on Thursday night thanks to Rob Phinisee’s late heroics. Here’s the radio call from Don Fischer.

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Don Fischer on Rob Phinisee’s 3-pointer to give IU a 66-65 lead:

“The inbound. Galloway finds Rob Phinisee who fires the three, and it’s good! Phinisee hit it, his 20th point of the game. Indiana leads by one.”

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Fans rush the floor after the Indiana versus Purdue men's basektball game at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022. Indiana won the game 68-65 to upset (4) Purdue.
Fans rush the floor after the Indiana versus Purdue men's basektball game at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022. Indiana won the game 68-65 to upset (4) Purdue.

Don Fischer on the final play:

"Number two, yes! Four points for Jackson-Davis, Here comes Jayden Ivey down the floor. Ivey drives right, pulls up, forces a three. No good! It banked off the rim. No good, and Indiana’s won it!”

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