March 2, 2013
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Indiana Postgame Notes - Iowa
March 2, 2013
At 25-4, the Hoosiers are the sixth team in program history to win 25 or more games during the regular season, joining the 1974-75, 1975-76, 1988-89, 1990-91 and 1992-93 teams.
The Hoosiers picked the Hawkeyes' pockets 11 times in the game. The Hoosiers have recorded 10 or more steals eight times this season.
Indiana earned its way to the charity stripe for 42 free throw attempts in the game, the second-most this season (44 vs. Sam Houston State). It marks the most free throw attempts for IU in a Big Ten game since shooting 42 against Illinois on Feb. 9, 2012.
The Hoosiers scored 19 points off of 19 Iowa turnovers. The 19 turnovers are one shy of the season high for an IU opponent (Jacksonville), and marks the third Big Ten game this season that IU has forced 19 turnovers (at Penn State and Michigan State).
IU swatted six shots in the game. It is the 10th time this season in which the Hoosiers have blocked five or more shots.
Indiana scored 19 field goals from inside the arc, and 18 of those came in the paint, where IU finished with 36 points.
Sophomore Cody Zeller posted 22 points and 10 rebounds, for the 13th double-double of his career and his sixth during the current Big Ten season. He also added three blocks, two steals and one assist in 35 minutes. Zeller reached double figures for the 56th time in his career and the 24th time this season. He reached the 20-point plateau for the 14th time in his career and the eighth time this season.
Freshman Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell contributed a career-high 19 points, five assists, a steal and his fourth career block in 30 minutes. He reached double figures for the 10th time this season. Ferrell now has 127 assists this season, two shy of passing A.J. Guyton for 2nd place on the most assists by a freshman in IU history.
Junior Victor Oladipo added 10 points, eight rebounds, four steals and one block in 22 minutes. He has reached double-figures 53 times in his career and 20 times this season.
Junior Will Sheehey had eight points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal in 19 minutes.
Senior Derek Elston added five points, matching his season high.
Sophomore Remy Abell scored two points and added two rebounds in 14 minutes.