How does Indiana stack up against other Big Ten teams statistically heading into the final non-conference game?
Here is a look:
IU leads the Big Ten in scoring offense at 86.3 points per game but is last (14th) in scoring defense at 70.5 points per game.
IU’s scoring margin of 15.8 points per game ranks fourth. Ohio State leads that category at 25.3 points per game margin of victory.
Indiana is second in both field goal percentage (.503) and 3-point field goal percentage (.417). Ohio State leads in field goal percentage (.519) and Michigan State is the leader in 3-point field goal percentage (42 percent). In free throw percentage, IU is seventh at (.716)
Interestingly, IU is third in the Big Ten in total rebounds at 39.4 per game. The Hoosiers are sixth in rebounding margin at 4.2.
The Hoosiers are sixth in assists (15.6), 10th in blocks (3.9) and 10th in steals (6.0).
IU is the Big Ten leader in 3-point field goals with 108 in 12 games. That an average of 9.0 per game. Michigan is second with 102 3-pointers made.Positive vibes for IU heading into Christmas
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