Dec. 15, 2012
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Indiana Postgame Notes
Dec. 15, 2012
The Hoosiers were 27-of-38 at the free throw line in the game. The number of made and attempted free throws are both a season-high. The 38 attempts are the most since Feb. 9, 2012, when IU took 42 free throws against Illinois. The 27 made free throws are the most since connecting on 29 against Penn State on March 8, 2012 in the Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Indiana came away with 13 steals in the game, a season high. It is the most since Dec. 4, 2011, against Stetson (13).
This was the second overtime game that Indiana has played this season (Nov. 20 vs. Georgetown).
Junior Victor Oladipo led Indiana with 18 points and also added four assists and four steals. He has three or more steals in seven out of 10 games this season. He also played a career-high 42 minutes.
Senior Jordan Hulls scored eight points and have five assists (zero turnovers) and now has 1,085 career points to remain in 40th place on the career scoring list at IU. On the season, Hulls has 41 assists and nine turnovers.
Senior Christian Watford dropped in 10 points and grabbed three rebounds against the Bulldogs. He now has 1,409 career points to move into 19th place on the career scoring list at Indiana, passing Jimmy Rayl (1,401) and Kirk Haston (1,406).
Freshman Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell scored 12 points and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds in 31 minutes of action. He also had three assists and two steals. Ferrell also connected on the game-tying 3-point field with six seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime.
Sophomore Cody Zeller was 10-of-14 at the free throw line and finished with 18 points in addition to five rebounds, to assists and two steals.
Junior Will Sheehey contributed 13 points off the bench to lead the Hoosiers reserves. It is the fifth consecutive game that Sheehey has led IU in bench scoring.
Freshman Hanner Mosquera-Perea and played three minutes, grabbing one offensive rebound and converting the layup for his first collegiate points.
Sophomore Remy Abell dropped in five points and hauled in four boards in 15 minutes of action