Welcome to the Lineup Report where we breakdown the lineups used by the Hoosiers after every game. Here are the most successful lineups against in Indiana’s overtime victory against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. You will see the top three lineups by usage, by plus-minus, and a plus-minus per minute (which adjusts for efficiency).
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Other lineup notes from Nebraska versus Indiana
- Indiana used a total of 21 unique lineups against Nebraska.
- IU did not make a personnel change in the overtime period. The group of Phinisee, Franklin, Anderson, Smith, and Jackson-Davis played the final 5 minutes and 36 seconds.
- Indiana won the opening stretch of each half. The starters went +7 to begin the game, then +1 in 2:22 after the halftime intermission.
- One lineup that was particularly poor performing was the lineup of Phinisee, Franklin, Anderson, Thompson, and Jackson-Davis. It was the first time those five together played all season and their lack of chemistry showed on the court and in the box score.
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