Archie Miller disappointed after the Indiana Hoosiers played poorly


Until Monday night, IN had not lost at Assembly Hall this season. The Huskers held IN scoreless for more than six minutes at one point during the run, outscoring the Hoosiers 11-0 IN that stretch, with Copeland scoring six of those 11 points. "We didn't have any energy, any pop, either end of the floor", IN coach Archie Miller said, via The AP. "You say, hey, here's the game plan, here's what we need to do, and obviously we wanted to set the tone early and get (the fans) out of the game: Bang". IN fell to 12-5 overall and dropped to 3-3 in league play. It looked like IN would fight back as they usually do, and a once 18-point Nebraska lead had fallen to just nine at halftime.

Nebraska: The Cornhuskers' defense can challenge anyone in the Big Ten with its length and versatility.

But Nebraska answered with an 8-0 run and closed it out by methodically pulling away late.

But as hot as the Huskers started, they quickly went ice-cold on offense, missing 12 of their next 13 shots and going seven minutes without making a field goal.

Indiana: Sure, the bounces didn't go Indiana's way.

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Both teams struggled with their shot in the first half, with Nebraska shooting 39.4 percent from the field and in hitting only 29.6 percent of its shots. Getting the crowd out of the game.

Nebraska: Never trailed in the game.

In a hard road environment and his team on the brink of blowing an 18-point lead, Watson stepped up when Nebraska needed him the most and provided a game-changing lift in the second half. The Cornhuskers also ended the Hoosiers 26-game home winning streak in December 2016, their last trip to Assembly Hall.

Indiana: Made only four of its first 19 shots and had only nine points with 5 minutes left in the first half. He had five points. IN simply struggled in every area of the game offensively tonight, whether it was being tentative around the rim, missing from behind the arc, or struggling from the free-throw line (11-of-19), the Hoosiers came up short.

Indiana: "We just weren't getting the ball moved", Langford said.