Found February 14, 2013 on Inside the Hall:
At times it lacked the energy of the marquee games we’ve seen this season inside Assembly Hall, but Indiana kept pace with Michigan State in the Big Ten standings on Wednesday night with a 76-47 dismantling of Nebraska. Here’s a look at five takeaways from Indiana’s 10th conference win: · Nebraska was able to slow Indiana down … and still lost by 29. Nebraska stuck to its guns in this one as the game was played at just 58 possessions, the second slowest pace the Hoosiers have played at this season. The slowest? A January win at Northwestern that produced just 54 possessions. For a half, Tim Miles was able to keep his team within striking distance as the Hoosiers went to the locker room leading just 27-18. Indiana, one of the best 3-point shooting teams in the country, hit just 2-of-7 attempts from distance in the first half, but began to connect after intermission. Indiana hit six of its nine 3-point attempts in the second half. “The trouble in the second half came with their 3-poin...
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