The Nittany Lions (14-5, 3-3 Big Ten) never trailed in snapping a 15-game losing streak at Assembly Hall. It also ended a four-game stretch in which Penn State had lost three times.
Indiana (5-12) was led by Devan Dumes with 13 points and Tom Pritchard with 12 but fell into a big hole early and never completely recovered. The Hoosiers, off to their worst start in decades, have lost eight straight, their longest losing streak since 1964.
Their 0-5 start in conference play is the worst since 1944.