TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Jake Odum's two free throws with 0.3 seconds left gave Indiana State a 59-58 win over Northern Iowa on Saturday.
Northern Iowa had gone ahead 58-57 on Anthony James' jumper with 3.3 seconds to play. After a timeout, Odum attempted a desperation 3-pointer but was fouled by Jake Koch. Odum missed the first free throw but made the next two, and Northern Iowa couldn't get off another shot.
The Panthers (11-10, 4-5) got 15 points from James, 13 from Koch and 12 from Seth Tuttle.
The back-and-forth game saw neither team lead by more than seven points. Indiana State shot 63 percent from the field in the second half in erasing a 27-23 halftime deficit.
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