Quick thoughts about winning 79-75 overtime in Michigan:
How did it happenA series of losses in Indiana's seven games is over. Hoosiers, most of the night who left Juwan Morgan, went to the Breslin Center and went to play with one of the best teams in the country in 45 minutes. And prevailed. During the second half, it seemed that Michigan's state would be withdrawn, but in the second half Indiana was holding off. And since the 3 pointers began to enter (7-for-10 during the second half and overtime), the confidence of the IU increased. The hosts had a chance to win in the regulation, but Romeo Langford did not manage to achieve a 3-point experience. In the sequel, IU limited the Michigan state to shooting only by 3 in 9 and hit 6-for-8 free kicks to seal the victory, his fourth Big Ten game.
Outstanding performer: It was a joint effort of the team, with five Hoosiers finishing with double digits. 19 points of Romeo Langford led to the start and Al Durham (14), Justin Smith (13), De'Ron Davis (12) and Devonte Green (11) deserve to be mentioned in this space.
Stats that stand out: Indiana scored 1.09 points for possession, her best offensive from Maryland's game and limited the Michigan state to 14 quick points. The Spartans fired a gloomy 8-for-22 free-kick line.
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