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Not much riding on Indiana's trip to Michigan
Indiana forward Noah Vonleh goes to the basket between Purdue guard Rapheal Davis and forward Travis Carroll inside Mackey Arena, Saturday, February 15, 2014, in West Lafayette.
(Photo: Brent Drinkut/The Star)
Indiana wanted an outright Big Ten title and the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. Michigan wanted a share of that conference crown, as did Ohio State and Michigan State.
When Indiana and Michigan finish their respective regular seasons in Ann Arbor on Saturday, the stakes will have shrunk dramatically.
The No. 12 Wolverines have already sewn up an outright Big Ten title, accomplished without preseason All American forward Mitch McGary (back surgery).
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IU has just about fallen out of the NCAA Tournament picture. At this point, a Big Ten Tournament title is likely the only route to March Madness. Even an extension of Indiana's three game winning streak against the Big Ten champions won't do much for the Hoosiers' tournament resume.
Repeating their latest win over Michigan, a 63 52 decision in Bloomington on Feb. 2, won't be a simple task. The Wolverines have won four in a row.
Replicating that day's surprising gameplan using 6 foot guard Yogi Ferrell to defend 6 6 Nik Stauskas and 6 10 Noah Vonleh against 6 foot 6 Glenn Robinson III might not be straightforward either.
"They'll adjust," IU coach Tom Crean said "Comprar Gh Jintropin" Friday. "That's part of it."
After that Indiana win, Michigan coach John Beilein called Crean's gameplan "outstanding."
Ferrell's quickness helped keep the ball out of "Anaboliset Aineet" the hands of Stauskas, Michigan's leading scorer. And whenever the Wolverines tried to Proviron Y Sus Efectos Secundarios use ball screens to free the sophomore guard, Indiana switched defenders.
Indiana Yogi Ferrell discuses tactics with Evan Gordon in the second half as Nebraska defeated Indiana 70 60 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington Wednesday March 5, 2014.(Photo: Joe Vitti/The Star)
Preparing for this weekend's rematch, Crean said Comprar Gh Jintropin he didn't see other teams try to defend Michigan the same way. So whatever tweaks Beilein might have Primobolan Xbs made after the Wolverines' loss in Bloomington, the Hoosiers haven't scouted them.
"We have some ideas of what we might try to do," Crean said, "but really, no one we've seen has tried to guard them that way, so it's not like we've seen the adjustments they've made."
The plan might be undermined by injury anyway.
Vonleh, who was critical to Indiana's defense that day, has missed the last two games with inflammation in his left foot.
The freshman forward's athletic ability allowed Indiana to neutralize some of those size mismatches Michigan tried to create to free Stauskas.
But Vonleh's availability won't be determined until pregame today. Crean, who had characterized Vonleh as likely to play against Nebraska last week, said he wouldn't "go out on a limb like I did the other day" about Vonleh's health.
"He was in practice some today, so we'll see," Crean said Friday. "I fully thought he'd be able to go Equipoise Racehorse the other day, and he wasn't. We'll have to wait. I know he "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" wants to play. We'll just have to wait and see until tomorrow."
Indiana's post production without Vonleh has been by committee, and it's been hit and miss. Sophomore forward Hanner Mosquera Perea had eight points and five rebounds in IU's win over Ohio State, then went scoreless against the Cornhuskers on Wednesday.
"Noah being out hurts us," said freshman forward Devin Davis, who scored seven points in the Nebraska loss. "We wish he could be in the game, but me, Hanner and (sophomore forward) Jeremy (Hollowell), we just Australian Levitra know we have to step up and help the team out."
Seeding in next week's conference tournament is yet to be determined, but Minnesota's home finale against Penn State means the Hoosiers might end up in the 8/9 seed game, win or lose. An IU win and a Minnesota loss would made the Hoosiers the Big Ten's seventh seed.