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Inside the Hall:
Derek Elston returned to the court for the Hoosiers on Wednesday night and saw seven minutes of action. While Elston did pick up a quick four fouls, he showed an awareness on both ends of the floor that just might prove handy in a frontcourt reserve role as Indiana enter the thick of the Big Ten season and beyond starting tomorrow evening against the Wolverines.
A look at some slices of his on-court work against Purdue in the latest edition of Film Session:
I. PICK AND ROLL
We see some weave handoff action on the right wing between Jordan Hulls and Victor Oladipo as Elston begins to curl up:
As Oladipo comes around to the top of the key, Elston sets a ball screen for him:
With A.J. Hammons staying put at the left elbow — perhaps to guard against an Oladipo drive; perhaps because he was just out of proper position — Elston cuts hard into the paint and with him open, Oladipo knifes a pass in:
Elston goes hard to the rim without hesitation, draws the foul and hits both free throws:...
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It’s time for Indiana University’s finest Max Lipsett to show off his skills on the big ESPN Stage. This dedicated Hoosier may not be a “physical specimen”, but he can shoot the rock. His speciality…the infamous halfcourt shot. The famous Wayne Gretzky quote, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”, pretty much sums it up…It’s time for Max “Automatic”...
ESPN’s College Gameday was in Bloomington, Indiana getting ready for the matchup between Indiana and top ranked Michigan. Whenever Gameday is in town college students take a few minutes away from shotgunning Natty Lights and playing just the tip to make sure that they put all of their energy into getting on camera. Leave it to the Hoosier faithful to live up to their end of the...
Tom Crean, Victor Oladipo, Cody Zeller and Christian Watford all met with the media in a press conference after Indiana’s 81-73 win over Michigan at Assembly Hall on Saturday night.
Watch their postgame comments in the embedded media player below via our friends at Inside the Hall.
Player videos after the jump.
Cody Zeller, Victor Oladipo and Christian Watford met with the media following Indiana’s 81-73 win over Michigan on Saturday at Assembly Hall.
Watch and listen to their postgame comments in the embedded media player below:
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Six Indiana players — Christian Watford, Cody Zeller, Derek Elston, Jordan Hulls, Victor Oladipo and Yogi Ferrell — met with the media following the Hoosiers’ 97-60 win over Purdue on Wednesday night at Mackey Arena.
Watch their postgame reaction to the largest win by an opponent ever on Gene Keady Court in the embedded media players below:
Michigan’s guard were caught napping instead of boxing out Cody Zeller on multiple occasions during Satuday’s matchup with then No. 1 Michigan. Zeller collected two offensive rebounds and threw them both right back into the net. Will Indiana be the new No.1 when polls come out Monday?
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Indiana put together its best 40-minute performance of the season on Wednesday night as the Hoosiers crushed Purdue 97-60 at Mackey Arena. The win was the fourth straight overall for Indiana and kept the Hoosiers even with Michigan on top of the Big Ten standings at 7-1.
Here’s a look at five takeaways from Wednesday’s win over the Boilermakers:
The Hoosiers delivered their biggest whipping of the season on Wednesday. Up next, their biggest test of the season on Saturday.
To discuss Indiana’s 97-60 beatdown of arch-rival Purdue and the team’s upcoming showdown with No. 1 Michigan, Podcast on the Brink hosts Matt Dollinger and Justin Albers are joined by Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz on this week’s program...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Cody Zeller scored 19 points and Victor Oladipo had 15, leading No. 3 Indiana to an 81-73 victory over No. 1 Michigan on Saturday night.
Thoughts on a 97-60 win against Purdue:
I. There was talk of the Hoosiers seeing beyond this one to their College Gameday matchup with the Wolverines on Saturday, that the Boilermakers may be overlooked. But such speculation was put t0 rest early tonight inside Mackey Arena. Indiana asserted itself as the agressor, as the better team. And there was little doubt the Boliermakers were...