IMPACT PLAYER: James Blackmon Jr., Indiana
The freshman guard had a game-high 24 points on six three-pointers that seemed to have remarkable timing for shutting down any Gophers run all night.
BY THE NUMBERS
19 Rebounding advantage for the smaller Hoosiers, who had 35 to the Gophers’ season-worst 16. Mo Walker had only one rebound and Joey King didn’t have any.
18 Three-pointers hit by Indiana, a school record, on 32 attempts (56 percent).
18 Turnovers for Indiana, a stat rendered essentially meaningless by its shooting.
23 Points for Gophers leading scorer Andre Hollins on 7-for-14 shooting.