Men's Basketball

    Postgame Notes - Indiana at No. 3/3 Michigan State

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    Jan. 21, 2014

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    Indiana Postgame Notes - at Michigan State

    • Indiana outrebounded Michigan State, 33-28, meaning IU has now won or tied the rebounding battle in 18 out of 19 games this season.

    • The Hoosiers were 22-of-26 at the free throw line as a team, the sixth time this season that IU has converted 80 percent or better at the charity stripe.

    • The 22 made free throws are the third time in Big Ten play that IU has made 20 or more charity tosses - and all three times have been on the road (Illinois, Penn State, Michigan State).

    • Going 4-of-10 from the 3-point line as a team, Indiana has made four or more 3-point field goals in all six Big Ten games so far this season.

    • IU came away with nine steals in the game, the most for the Hoosiers in Big Ten play this season and the most overall since Dec. 22, 2013, against Kennesaw State (11).

    • Freshman forward Noah Vonleh registered his eighth double-double of the season with 13 points and 13 rebounds in a season-high 33 minutes of action.

    • Sophomore Kevin Yogi Ferrell led IU with 19 points, on 9-of-10 shooting at the free throw line. He was also 2-of-6 from the 3-point line, increasing his streak to 18 straight games with a made 3-point field goal after going 0-of-5 in the season opener against Chicago State.

    • Freshman Troy Williams tallied nine points, six rebounds and two assists in 19 minutes of action.

    • Freshman Stanford Robinson scored nine points and grabbed three rebounds in his first career start, playing a season-high 27 minutes.

    • Redshirt sophomore Austin Etherington got his first career start and finished with three points, three rebounds and two steals

    • Sophomore Jeremy Hollowell added eight points and two rebounds in 15 minutes

    • Graduate Student Evan Gordon and senior Jeff Howard both scored two points off the bench while freshman Devin Davis scored one point

     

     

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