Brief thoughts on a 68-67 win against Louisville:
How it happened : Things looked bleak for Indiana early on. The Cardinals were eight points clear in the first half and were sent off at halftime with five points due to an offensive performance. Louisville did not turn it around, thereby making a good appearance in his half-court offense. However, the Hoosiers regrouped in the break and were defensively better in the second half. For a while, it looked as if Indiana might not quite break the hump because it had four possessions that had the chance to take the lead and not use any of them. But Rob Phinisee pressed a 3-pointer to bring the Hoosiers 49-47 in the lead. From there it was a back and forth fight. Another Phinisee 3-pointer gave Indiana a 1
Outstanding Actors : Three Hoosiers ended in double digits when Romeo Langford set the pace 21 points and Juwan Morgan added 15 points and five rebounds. Phinisee also deserves a mention for his 3-point clutch in the last 10 minutes.
Statistics that stand out : Indiana finished a stellar 15 percent of sales and the Hoosiers held Louisville, who had one of the highest liberty rates (FTA / FGA) in the country that is just coming out on 13 attempts Management.
Last single IU statistics :
Final tempo statistics :
Filed on: Louisville Cardinals