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Posted: 12/21/2012 5:18 PM

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Well, what is there to say?  Florida Atlantic comes in with limited size and offensive weapons, being led in scoring by #22, senior guard Greg Grantt, who can fill it up but does not consistently get much help from teammates.  Anything's possible in an imperfect world, but chances are that this one will provide the Beloved with little more than aerobic activity.

If it does turn into a rout early, we can always hope for the debut of Jurkin, some extended minutes for Perea, more work for Elston, and some confirmation that Hollowell is still part of the plan. 

Go Hoosiers!
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Posted: 12/21/2012 7:23 PM

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20-8 at the under 12:00. Sheehey, Abell, & Perea got in the game at the 14:56 mark, Hanner scored a couple of buckets on a slam and a tip-in.

Elston now comes for Perea at the 11:22 mark. Zeller also back on the floor.
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Posted: 12/21/2012 7:59 PM

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55-25 at the half. Shooting 63.6% from the field, 5-9 from downtown. 6 turnovers, but we've forced 12. Zeller leads all scorers with 15 in limited minutes, Victor with 12 and showing his typical great energy and quickness. Yogi with 4 assists.

Hollowell is on the bench in street clothes. Hopefully, Coach will elaborate on his situation in the post-game presser. Jurkin got in the game at the 1:57 mark, only got a mention when he lost a rebound out-of-bounds on a missed free throw. Perea got another stint, looks more comfortable than he did in the two previous games--how good would he be had he gotten 9 more games worth of experience?

Stress-free so far. Looking for more minutes for the subs in the second half.
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Posted: 12/21/2012 9:12 PM

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Final 88-52, kind of a ragged second half. Perea finished with a team-leading 10 rebounds (per ESPN) and a couple of blocks, got a little rhythm going at least on the defensive end, pretty much what we wanted to see. Jurkin got in at the 1:38 mark, missed his only shot. Hope we get another, longer look at him against Jacksonville.

26-27 from the free throw line, 51% from the floor, including 6-12 from downtown.

Happy holidays to all Hoosiers!
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