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We hope Victor will still be around. . .
Watford closing out the half well offensively. Looks a more confident player tonight, and it stands out given his team's overall performance.
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Hey, just trying not to be too presumptuous one way or the other.
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Halftime. Indiana couldn't get the pace going its way, so it got to the foul line. Finished with six made free throws in the final two minutes to push the lead out to nine points.
Indiana's just got to get ahold of the speed of this game and force a foul-plagued Nebraska team to play faster.
27-18 Hoosiers, halftime.
Kind of a weird half...IU started out with some disorganized and fruitless possessions, but came alive about halfway through the half (when Zeller was on the bench, oddly).
When it was all said and done, IU shot 6-for-19 (31.6 percent) this half, compared to 7-for-17 (41.2 percent) for Nebraska. A couple of the keys, though: IU has made 13 free throws, while Nebraska has attempted (and made) just four. Also, Nebraska has turned the ball over 10 times, allowing nine IU points off turnovers. Oladipo leads IU with seven points, while Watford has six and Ferrell has five.
mkillian247 on twitter..... I say a lot of stuff you wont care about.
I know i havent posted yet but just want to thank Alex for showing up to this game
Zeller with an emphatic block
I watch the 2nd half and they play great...... Youre welcome everyone
My father calls it a "come to Jesus meeting," and methinks IU had one at halftime.
Can't tell if this is sarcastic, but (I think) I appreciate it, Oaken. After a weekend off, it's good to be covering a game again.
Yea, he's on strike two.
If Christian Watford can start hitting contested threes, as well as trailers and kickouts, he will be incredibly hard to defend.
Strong start for IU out of the gate, and Christian Watford is somewhere else tonight. He's already got 11 and six, and his confidence is higher than I can remember it being at the offensive end in awhile. Hoosiers have stretched the lead to 13, 39-26 with 14:50 left in the game.
Are the students giving that ginger a hard time?
Nebraska missing layups, IU hitting threes. It's beginning to get out of hand, as IU leads 45-28 with 12:23 to go.
Whoa that #32 for Nebraska is a big boy
Remy Abell needed that to go down BADLY. Nebraska is pushing 28 game minutes without an assist, by the way. 45-28 Hoosiers, and the Huskers turn it over on a travel.
Fouls starting to pile up on the Huskers, who have one player with three and two with four at the under-12 timeout. Hoosiers are buckling down defensively and getting out in transition better. Up 46-30, 10:47 left.
Indiana doing just fine now, in total control up 22 with 8:15 left. Second half scoring effort has matched the first already.
IU shooting the lights out this half, too. IU's 12-for-20 from the floor, including 5-for-7 from behind the arc. Nebraska's just 4-for-18.
IU playing looser and more smoothly with a 22-point lead. Go figure. Nebraska looks about gassed, although they finally have crooked numbers in the assist column.
Flags timeout, IU up 60-38 with 6:14 left.
Everything's going right for IU. A possible turnover turns into two offensive rebounds and a tip-in for Zeller, and then Ubel fouls out.
Ubel has fouled out, and Cody Zeller is going ham late. Has 10 points in the last six-plus minutes.
Last media timeout has IU up 66-41 with 3:56 left.
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