If were Todd Golden were blogging, he'd correctly note that the Sycamores have shown a tendency to continue to leave their feet on shot fakes, leading to fouls or open shots after the shooter dribbles to open space.
Lucas Eitel leads ISU with 9 points, 3-3 from distance. Stats are very close, with ISU 13-30 and 4-11 from 3 and EIU 14-30 and 4-7. ISU has shot 11-14 FT's and EIU 7-7. Turnovers are low. I have both Richard and Printy at 2-7 in FG's.
The substitution was affected somewhat by Lathan's early foul trouble but appeared to be...
1 -- Odum, with McWhorter moving over briefly
2 -- McWhorter, with Eitel filling in nicely
3 -- Printy, with Lathan (and maybe Eitel with Lathan on the bench)
4 -- Richard, with Gant playing well and Kitchell briefly
5 -- Walker, with Gant playing more than Kitchell (Myles looked comfortable hitting both FT chances in the first half.)
With better decisions on the defensive rotations, better defensive rebounding, and converting open looks, ISU can win this by double digits. You get the impression that Odom will take over the game if needed late.