Wisconsin-Indiana men's basketball delayed at Assembly Hall

Assembly Hall evacuated after fire alarms go off (0:31)

Fans, players and coaches all evacuate Assembly Hall after fire alarms go off in the second half of Wisconsin vs. Indiana. (0:31)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Wisconsin-Indiana men's basketball game was delayed midway through the second half Tuesday night after a fire alarm went off in Assembly Hall, prompting the arena to be evacuated.

The alarm sounded 25 seconds after John Blackwell made back-to-back layups for Wisconsin, tying the game at 54 with 10:06 remaining.

Fans began filing back into Assembly Hall after about 20 minutes, and play resumed after a five-minute warmup.

Later it was announced the alarm went off in the balcony, and the university and arena followed state law by evacuating the premises.

Indiana won, 74-70.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.