Film Session: Minnesota

  • 01/17/2016 1:38 pm in

A couple minutes later, Ferrell is at the top of the key and it’s now Thomas Bryant coming to set the ball screen:


Ferrell uses it and goes left. The Golden Gophers had been packing the paint to ward off the drive and we see Carlos Morris, who is guarding Nick Zeisloft, start to pay attention to Ferrell’s movement:


As he sinks into the lane to protect the paint, Zeisloft rotates to the top of the key and Ferrell whips him the pass. He’s got plenty of space between him and Morris:


Zeisloft connects on his fifth 3-pointer of the contest to give Indiana a two-point lead:


The Hoosiers had a bit of trouble countering Minnesota’s paint packing in the first half, but Ferrell and Zeisloft connected on a great play here.


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  • sarge

    He was/is a beast. I can’t imagine trying to defend Yogi for 40 minutes. Glad he’s a Hoosier!

  • BL

    Have to find a way to play well while resting YF. Exhaustion leads to injuries. Take care of our AA.

  • Indiana_Banners

    Yogi was FANTASTIC yesterday. He really led the team to the win – with his effort, with his scoring, with his play making for others… he has really matured as a player over the years and it really showed with his leadership against Minnesota.

  • IU Hoosiers # 34, 1979-83

    Yogi is one of the best to ever play at IU. Yogi, you are great and enjoy the moment when you are inducted to IU’s Hall of Fame. Great luck during the NCAA tourney.

  • Young Hoosier

    No backup PG.

  • IU Hoosiers # 34, 1979-83

    Come on man,,IU is 15-3 and 5-0 in the Big Ten. Everyone is happy about that.

  • BL

    Good point but have to have a scheme where two 2’s (TW and RJ) can be successful (e.g. motion and post up offense). Otherwise, YF is going to run out of gas against the better teams especially late in the season.