|Pos.||Minnesota Golden Gophers||Pnt/Gm||Pnt/Gm||Indiana Hoosiers||Pos.|
|PG||Nate Mason||12.7||16.9||Yogi Ferrell||PG|
|G||Dupree McBrayer||4.1||7.8||Robert Johnson||G|
|F||Jordan Murphy||10.5||4.6||Collin Hartman||F|
|F||Joey King||12.6||13.2||Troy Williams||F|
|C||Bakary Konate||4.9||12.2||Thomas Bryant||C|
|Bench||Carlos Morris||11.1||3.8||OG Anunoby||Bench|
|Bench||Kevin Dorsey||6.6||5.9||Nick Zeisloft||Bench|
|Bench||Ahmad Gilbert||2.3||7.6||Max Bielfeld||Bench|
Indiana has a 9-game win streak and currently sits atop the Big Ten standings. The Gophers haven't won since December 16th and have back-to-back 25-point conference losses to Northwestern and Nebraska. This doesn't look good. I'm guessing at the starting lineup because it changes from game to game.
Keys to a Gopher Win (yes, I realize the futile-ness of this exercise)
Defend the Three - We don't exactly do this well, but Indiana is second in the country in eFG%, while the Gophers rank 235th nationally in defensive eFG%. Not a good situation unless we do something differently.
REBOUND - Indiana is really, really good at hitting the offensive glass and will kill us if we don't box out. On the flip side they aren't great at defensive rebounding so we could maybe gain some extra possessions if get some offensive boards.
KenPom gives us a 17% chance to win at home. Lets go team!