Film Session: Ohio State

  • 01/27/2015 9:38 am in

After a hot start from the Hoosiers, Ohio State ramped up its defensive pressure — taking Indiana out of its comfort zone and forcing turnovers. On the flip side, the Hoosiers had trouble containing Ohio State perimeter action and gave up a number of buckets at the cup on the drive.

We’ll take a look at both teams defensively in the latest edition of Film Session:

With the Hoosiers still up six points just over five minutes into the first half, Robert Johnson starts Indiana’s offensive possession looking for a dribble handoff to James Blackmon Jr.:


But D’Angelo Russell jumps into the passing lane in front of Blackmon Jr. just as the handoff is about to occur:


Johnson, perhaps caught by surprise, continues to try and make the pass around Russell, but there’s really no angle here:


The ball goes out of bounds. Turnover Hoosiers:



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  • gm

    terrible d from blackmon.

  • TomJameson

    The first clip looked like Russell hit the ball OOB, could be wrong and I’d have to go to my DVR to be sure. Second clip wasn’t an over-and-back, the other player did touch the ball. Third clip, well I’m sorry, but that was NOT an and-one.

  • Jakedipo

    Agreed! This one was tough to watch with the refs and commentators all being HUGE Ohio State homers. Not sure that and-1 called on Max was legit either.