This shot from Christian Watford in Saturday's win over Iowa did not go in. Neither did any of the other seven he took.
Fellow senior Jordan Hulls missed all seven of his shots as well, running his season total against the Hawkeyes to 0-for-17.
The Iowa game was only the fifth time this season that IU shot below 43 percent from the floor, and only the second of those games that the Hoosiers won. The first? At Iowa on New Year's Eve.
In March, Indiana will face teams with much more consistent offensive talent than Iowa, and the Hoosier defense will need to remain on point. No matter how potent the defense, IU can't survive many more nights of its seniors missing 15 shots.
The last two games are the first two Big Ten games in which Watford has finished with a single-digit scoring total. Hulls, after drilling 14-of-23 (61 percent) from three in his prior four games, saw the hot streak go ice-cold overnight.
A couple of weeks ago, a talented and handsome writer indicated that Watford may be Indiana's most important player down the stretch. While IU can survive rough nights from him and Hulls against Iowa, would they fare the same against Kansas, Louisville or Gonzaga?
Not many IU fans should be anxious to find out. An arctic night like Saturday would be a terrible way for these budding Hoosier icons to bow out.