Collin Hartman Archive

Video: IU players react to loss at Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Collin Hartman (12 points and three rebounds) and Yogi Ferrell (26 points, three rebounds and three assists) met with the media following Indiana’s 82-70 loss to Ohio State at Value City Arena.

Watch their postgame comments below:

Film Session: Maryland

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In Indiana’s triumph over the Terrapins on Thursday night, Collin Hartman posted a career-high 15 points to go along with four rebounds and three blocks.

We’ll take a look at how he got his buckets in the latest edition of Film Session:

After already going 1-of-2 from the line after getting fouled on a pick-and-roll layup attempt, Hartman sets a screen for Robert Johnson:

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Damonte Dodd hedges on Johnson and Dez Wells covers Hartman on the roll:

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Indiana ‘terrific all night’ in 89-70 thrashing of No. 13 Maryland

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Maryland coach Mark Turgeon went straight to the point at the beginning of his postgame press conference late Thursday night.

His team had just lost its third game of the season in an 89-70 blowout to Indiana, the Big Ten’s No. 1 defense getting torched for a 75 percent effective field goal rate allowed.

It was the Hoosiers’ best shooting performance in a Big Ten game since 2003 (vs. Northwestern, 78.8 eFG%). It was Maryland’s worst defensive performance under Turgeon.

“Indiana was terrific,” Turgeon said. “They were terrific all night from the start to the end.”

Terrific might even be an understatement — the Hoosiers’ 1.39 points per possession rate was their best offensive performance in a Big Ten game since their 97-60 blowout at Purdue almost two years ago.

Against the Terrapins, who had been allowing just 0.91 points per possession in league play, the Hoosiers shot a whopping 60 percent from the field. They were 15-of-22 on 3-pointers.

“It felt like a lot more,” Turgeon said. “It felt like they made 25.”

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Five takeaways from Indiana’s win over Maryland

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Indiana moved to 15-4 overall and 5-1 in the Big Ten with an 89-70 rout of No. 13 Maryland on Thursday night at Assembly Hall.

Here’s a look at five takeaways from the win over the Terrapins:

· This was easily Indiana’s best offensive performance of the season: The numbers speak for themselves: 1.39 points per possession against a team that came in giving up .90 points per possession in Big Ten play. 15-of-22 from behind the 3-point line. An effective field goal percentage of 75. And a turnover percentage of just 15.6 percent, a number that was a rarity a season ago.

Add it all up and the onslaught was just too much for even a red-hot Maryland team, which came into Assembly Hall with a three-game winning streak and a 17-2 record overall.

“Indiana was terrific all night from the start to the end,” Terrapins coach Mark Turgeon said. “Made some incredible shots. Yogi Ferrell made a lot of tough shots. (James) Blackmon was great. The whole team was great and they were hard to guard.”

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Video: IU players react to win over Maryland

Collin Hartman (15 points), Troy Williams (16 points and seven rebounds), James Blackmon Jr. (22 points and five rebounds) and Yogi Ferrell (24 points and five assists) met with the media following Indiana’s 89-70 win over No. 13 Maryland on Thursday night at Assembly Hall.

Watch the full press conference below:

Video: Crean, IU players preview Maryland

Tom Crean, Collin Hartman and Yogi Ferrell met with the media on Wednesday afternoon to preview Indiana’s matchup with No. 13 Maryland on Thursday at Assembly Hall.

Watch both press conferences below:

Video: Crean, IU players preview Penn State

Nick Zeisloft, Collin Hartman and Tom Crean met with the media on Monday afternoon to preview Tuesday’s game at Assembly Hall with Penn State.

Watch both press conferences below:

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