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In his words: IU guard Yogi Ferrell on beating Samford

IU sophomore guard Yogi Ferrell had the best game of his college career with 26 points and six assists against Samford. (File photo by the Associated Press)
IU sophomore guard Yogi Ferrell had the best game of his college career with 26 points and six assists against Samford. (File photo by the Associated Press)

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Saturday, November 16, 2013 12:01 am
BLOOMINGON — Indiana sophomore guard Yogi Ferrell was a catalyst for the Hoosiers' 105-59 win over Samford Friday night. His career-high 26 points helped IU score its most points since getting 107 against Howard in 2011.

It was a big turnaround from IU's 73-72 win over LIU Brooklyn Tuesday night.

Here's what Ferrell had to say after the game:“We tried to get inside presence more. That was a big emphasis. We weren't hunting for shots. We took what the game was giving us. We were looking for more inside out.”“He's playing with confidence. Coach (Tom Crean) even said he's the most improve player he's ever coached. I can see that. He's great with his footwork. He's been in the gym so much working on his moves. He knows where to go. He knows his tendencies.”“You have to make sure you execute and stay together. You make sure that you block out, work on little things so that, throughout the season when a game is close, you make sure you make those right decisions.”

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