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Indiana's top offensive player so far is point guard Yogi Ferrell. Ferrell is averaging a team-leading 17.7 points per game and runs the show when he's on the court. After him, the Hoosiers are struggling to find consistent contributors.
Since becoming a starter this year, Will Sheehey could easily be labeled as a bust. He averaged 9.5 points per game as the sixth man last season and is only mustering up 10.9 now, shooting under 50 percent from the floor and just 30 percent from beyond the arc.
He's not the only one failing to carry his weight. Troy Williams and Jeremy Hollowell are at fault as well (more on them in the next slide).
Against Michigan State, the offense was stagnant. There was too much dribbling and not enough attacking. Someone other than Ferrell has to be aggressive and look for their shot.
One option for Indiana is to have Ferrell try to be more of a facilitator, but do you really want the team's best scorer not looking for his shot? Coach Crean has a lot to ponder about IU's offense.
The Big Ten schedule will not be kind to the Hoosiers if the offense continues to struggle and be so one-dimensional.