Sunday afternoon, Purdue and Iowa will battle at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for the right to call themselves B1G Tournament champions. Both teams have played well to get to this stage and it should set up a fun finale in Indianapolis.

Purdue reached the final after defeating Michigan State 75-70 in the semifinal round on Saturday afternoon. That score was just the latest in a season-long trend for the Boilermakers.

According to Big Ten Network, Purdue is a perfect 24-0 when it scores 70 points or more this season. The Boilermakers are 27-6 overall heading into the B1G Tournament championship bout.

That means Matt Painter’s squad is just 3-6 in games when it doesn’t hit that 70-point threshold.

Two of those wins when not hitting 70 points, however, have come in March. But the Boilers didn’t miss the mark by much. Purdue defeated Indiana 69-67 in the regular season finale and took down Penn State 69-61 in the quarterfinal round of the B1G Tournament.

Purdue’s only other win when not hitting 70 points was a 62-61 victory over Maryland in mid-February.

It’s something to keep an eye on in Sunday’s B1G Tournament title game, as well as throughout March Madness.