Indiana forward Troy Williams (5) dunks over McNeese State forward Craig McFerrin (15) during an NCAA college basketball game at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind., Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. (Chris Howell(/The Herald-Times via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Blackmon Jr. Leads IU To 105-60 Win Over McNeese State

On a night when the Hoosiers tied a season-low for turnovers with nine, James Blackmon Jr. scored 24 points, including five 3-pointers, and Thomas Bryant had 18 points and nine rebounds to lead Indiana to a 105-60 victory over McNeese State.

Purdue guard Rapheal Davis (35) celebrates in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Youngstown State in West Lafayette, Ind., Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. Purdue defeated Youngstown State 95-64. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

No. 11 Purdue Improves To 11-0

In compiling an 11-0 start, No. 11 Purdue has featured many impressive attributes, none more eye-opening than this talented team’s ability and willingness to share the basketball.

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Lady ‘Dons Snap Six Game Losing Streak With Win Over Chicago State

Kamilah Carter finished the game with a team-high 16 points, while Keanna Gary put up 11 points and seven rebounds. De’Jour Young pulled down a team-high eight rebounds and added nine points for the ‘Dons. In all, nine different IPFW players scored in the game.

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IPFW Runs Past Austin Peay

Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored a game and career-high 28 points to lead IPFW to an 85-68 men’s college basketball victory past Austin Peay State University of the Ohio Valley Conference on Saturday afternoon at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne.

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Mad Ants Come Up Short In Overtime Loss To Iowa

The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, saw their second consecutive overtime game of the 2015-16 season on Saturday, December 12th at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum; the Ants eventually fell to the Iowa Energy 110-103.

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New laws to ease doctor shortage see long delays, criticism

There are more than 6,200 places nationwide with a shortage of primary care physicians, ranging from urban neighborhoods to entire rural counties, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.