Originally written on Inside the Hall  |  Last updated 1/22/13
One of the main storylines to emerge from Indiana’s victory over the Wildcats on Sunday was its handling of Northwestern’s 1-3-1 defense it sprung on the Hoosiers midway through the second half. Indiana had its issues with it on some possessions. And with the Wildcats hitting on the other end, it allowed them to make things interesting. But there was also enough success from the Hoosiers against it that they kept the lead and won the game. A look at Indiana’s successes and failures in the latest edition of Film Session: I. THE TURNOVER This is the second possession the Wildcats go to the 1-3-1. We see Christian Watford being double-teamed as Yogi Ferrell calls for the ball: Ferrell receives the ball and is way out beyond the arc: As the trap comes his way, he has a few options: 1) Jordan Hulls on the opposite side of the court 2) Watford in the middle 3) Will Sheehey down in the right corner: He comes to the middle and throw a pass to Sheehey: But the Wildcats are able to close ...
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