Thanks to their 89-70 win over Maryland on Thursday night, the Hoosiers moved up one spot to No. 22 in the AP poll and two spots to No. 21 in the coaches poll. Indiana was No. 23 in both polls last week, its first appearance in the polls since the end of the 2012-13 season.
Indiana (15-5, 5-2 Big Ten) is one of only three Big Ten teams in the polls, joining Wisconsin (No. 5 in both) and Maryland (No. 16 in AP, No. 13 in coaches). Butler, a team Indiana beat on a neutral floor, also rejoined the AP poll at No. 25.
The Hoosiers travel to West Lafayette to play rival Purdue on Wednesday night at 9 p.m.