The 14th ranked Wisconsin Badgers had a feelinig of "not again" Tuesday night at the Kohl Center. The Indiana Hoosiers spoiled Wisconsin's school record 16-0 start at Assembly Hall in Bloomington last month and at halftime, the home team was struggling, down 29-19. It was a season low point total for the first half as the Badgers made only one fourth of their shots, they hit only 1 of 10 three point tries. The shots started raining through the hoop after intermission as Wisconsin piled up 50 points and won handily 69-58. The Hoosiers weren't about to snap Bucky's modest winning streak again. They've now won 6 straight to improve to 23-5 on the year,10-5 in the Big Ten, good for third place and only a game and a half behind conference leading Michigan. Sam Dekker led the way with 16 points, Traevon Jackson added 14 and after struggling mightily for the past two weeks, Ben Brust found his range with three, three point shots. Brust also became the 34th player in school history to climb over the 1000 point career total. The Badgers travel to Penn State on Sunday.