Five takeaways from Indiana’s loss against Northwestern
Indiana's first-half defense was poor and Northwestern got a lot of open looks, though they didn't convert all of them.
Race Thompson had a strong performance in his return from injury, scoring 15 points and looking closer to 100% than he has in weeks.
Indiana showed resilience by tying the game in the final minute after trailing by as many as 21 points in the first half.
Trayce Jackson-Davis had another dominant game, with 23 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists, and two blocks.
Miller Kopp struggled against his former team Northwestern, shooting 1-for-6 and scoring only three points. However, he's still an important part of the Indiana team for his defense and 3-point shooting.