After a week off following their convincing 87-51 victory against Coppin State last Saturday, the No. 1 Hoosiers return to Assembly Hall on Saturday for a 6 p.m. meeting with Central Connecticut State. The Blue Devils (4-3) are coming off an 87-84 win against New Hampshire on Wednesday night.
The game will be televised by the Big Ten Network.
On paper, Central Connecticut State just looks like another easily beatable non-conference opponent on Indiana’s schedule. And mostly, it is. The Hoosiers shouldn’t have much of a problem at all cruising to their ninth win. But unlike some of the other non-conference opponents up to this point, the Blue Devils are very capable of scoring, and scoring in bunches.
They have the nation’s leading scorer in guard Kyle Vinales (25.9 ppg), and they average nearly 77 points per contest. And while the competition hasn’t exactly been the greatest, CCSU has lost its three games by a combined seven points.
So what should you expect to see on Saturday nigh...