Fim Session: Ohio State

  • 02/01/2018 9:51 am in

Indiana’s first half struggles against Ohio State sunk them in Columbus on Tuesday night.

Fatigue appeared to have caught up with the Hoosiers as they fumbled along to just .70 points per possession and an effective field goal percentage of only 37. Indiana’s defense got better as the half went along, but during the first 10 minutes or so, the Hoosiers struggled with help defense on double teams and sometimes effort, too.

Via the help of some supercuts, we’ll take a look at Indiana’s first half offense and defense in the latest edition of Film Session:

Indiana’s offense suffered from quick shots from distance featuring little ball movement. The Hoosiers also had shots blocked, an air ball and attempts hit the front of the rim — all a sign of fatigue. Turnovers, an offensive foul, a shot clock violation and a missed bunny from Freddie McSwain are all featured below as well.


Continue to page 2 to see Indiana’s defense:

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  • IUBizmark

    Two minutes of low lights…I’m sad now.

  • Lance76

    At Indiana there were times in the past when a shot could be taken only after 3-4 passes, ball reversal and playing inside out through the post. Sometimes passing up a “good” shot to get a “great” shot is needed. It also forces defense to actually expend energy. What a concept!

  • JethroTroll

    You’re sad? That might be considered a hate crime by the self-annointed board Nazis.

  • IUBizmark

    I’ve had a few debates with folks on here about exactly that. Overall, I think the two people I’ve had problems with have relaxed quite a bit and I’m impressed they were able and willing to make the change. I frequent Reddit where fans are a lot more critical of their own teams. That isn’t as welcomed as it is here. I’ve had to adjust as well. I wish we could all accept each other’s opinions of our team.