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A player to watch: Northwestern

In the last three games, Stanford Robinson is a big reason why Indiana has been able to right the ship. In those games, the freshman guard is averaging 11 points and 24 minutes per game. There's even one more statistic though that is the biggest of them all for Robinson. Read on to find out.

With each game this season we'll put the spotlight on an Indiana player that we believe is someone to keep an eye on for that particular game. For today's game against Northwestern, we'll take a look at freshman Stanford Robinson: Like many of IU's freshmen, Robinson was a player that from the start of preseason workouts you got the impression that he could be capable of big things. The problem... Recommended Stories

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