Three takeaways from Indiana’s 84-76 win at Nebraska on Sunday evening:
• Indiana received the sport because of a stable effort on the boards, outrebounding Nebraska 41-10 and outscoring the Cornhuskers 16-3 on second-chance factors. Freshman swingman Trey Galloway got here up with a giant putback on a dunk on the first-half buzzer, whereas Jerome Hunter had two large putbacks, together with one with 1:33 remaining by which he adopted his personal miss to place Indiana up 79-75 with 1:33 remaining.
“It’s second effort,” Indiana coach Archie Miller stated. “I feel typically these guys are taking part in numerous minutes, and it’s exhausting however you’ve obtained to go. You’ve obtained to discover a solution to get second photographs.”
• Indiana was lackadaisical on the free-throw line early, making six of its first 13 free-throw makes an attempt. However the Hoosiers made them after they wanted to, making 9 of their final 12 makes an attempt to complete 15-of-25 (60%). Trayce Jackson-Davis went 9-of-14 from the road to take the lead in Division I basketball in each free throws made (79) and tried (111).
• IU’s 4 freshman all performed Sunday in opposition to Nebraska, and all 4 contributed in several methods. Galloway had a pleasant bounce-back sport after struggling his prior two video games, with eight factors and three assists, together with the large putback dunk on the finish of the primary. Anthony Leal had three factors and 4 rebounds, sinking a giant second-half 3-pointer to tie the rating at 69. Freshman level guard Khristian Lander banked in a 3-point shot within the first half, and Jordan Geronimo had two rebounds in three minutes of motion.