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    Indiana at Ohio State - Postgame Notes

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    Feb. 27, 2011

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    Postgame Notes
    Indiana at Ohio State
    February 27, 2011

    • Indiana had 11 assists in the game, reaching double digits for the third time in four contests and the 10th time in Big Ten play.

    • The Hoosiers connected on 15-of-20 from the free throw line for the second straight ballgame. They have hit at least 15 free throws 15 times this year.

    • For the first time this season, IU started Christian Watford, Tom Pritchard, Verdell Jones III, Jordan Hulls and Victor Oladipo. It marked Indiana's 12th different starting lineup this season.

    • Jones led the Hoosiers in scoring with 14 points in 24 minutes. He also pulled down three rebounds and added three assists. Jones has scored in double figures in 10 of his last 11 games, 17 times this season and a team-high 56 times in his career. With his 1,085 career points, Jones moved ahead of Rick Calloway for 38th place on Indiana's all-time list, just 10 points behind Daryl Thomas for 37th.

    • Watford has now reached double figures in his last 10 games, 24 times this season and 46 times in his career with 12 points. He collected four rebounds in 21 minutes.

    • In his fifth career start, Oladipo had nine points on 4-of-6 shooting to go along with two boards in 24 minutes.

    Derek Elston led the Hoosier bench with six points in addition to three rebounds in 18 minutes.

    • Pritchard went a perfect 3-for-3 from the floor for six points, while Jeremiah Rivers contributed three points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal.

    Daniel Moore dished out three assists hit both of his free throws and grabbed a rebound in 14 productive minutes.

    Matt Roth hit a trey and corralled a season-high three rebounds with one assist. Will Sheehey had three points and three rebounds.

    • True freshman Taylor Wayer made his Big Ten debut and appeared in his eighth game overall this season.

    Kory Barnett received his first conference playing time in 2010-11.

    • Fourteen Hoosiers saw playing time this afternoon, the team's highest total in Big Ten action this year.

    • Indiana leads the all-time series 101-77.

     

     


       

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