- The Derrick Walker era is here!
- I thought he actually looked pretty good. And the action was fast and furious, lol.
- NU pretty sloppy with the ball early.
- McGowens tried to literally take on the IU whole team on the break. It predictably didn't end well.
- Later he got past the whole defense, and on my tv at least, appeared to have a pretty clear layup, but passed it out.
- Lat looking more comfortable the past couple games.
- Still not sold on Banton being a great point guard...he might be NU's best option, though, IDK...
- Hoosiers were last in the Big Ten in 3 point makes per game, so natually they took and made a lot vs. NU...
- Has Stevenson finished anything at the rim this year? Seems like a lot of them are out of control, too.
- Next time down the floor he finishes under complete control...lol It was pretty, too. Would love to see more of that!
- Teddy seems to have found his rhythm from the free throw stripe.
- Walker is already the best post finisher on the team.
- Yvan will be a nice compliment to Walker when he gets back.
- Lazy rebounding down the stretch of the first half was killer.
- I like a lot of how they came out of the break.
- But that whole shot clock deal was peak #Nebrasketball.
- Teddy doesn't seem to have the magic he had vs. MSU.
- Indiana stopped making shots, NU's rebounding better and is able to get out and run. Making some shots, too. This is what I think the blueprint is. This is what it's supposed to look like, just haven't been able to sustain it for long stretches.
- And the climbed all the way back!
- Stevenson had a terrific defensive rotation that disrupted Indiana's possession after NU went up 65-64. Maybe he's shaking off the rust, too.
- Giving offensive rebounds has been a bit of an issue for NU, especially at key moments, that said, it's also somewhat of an issue that they haven't really gotten any of their own, either. IU has 11 to NU's 3. (As of the U4 TO)
- Offensive rebounds and missed free throws down the stretch and at big moments continue to derail this team.