Indiana did a lot of things well in Sunday's 67-44 win against Wright State.
The Hoosiers crashed the boards (outrebounding the Raiders 40-20). IU capitalized off of turnovers (16 points) and on the fastbreak (18 points).
But the team exceeded 20 turnovers for the second straight contest. IU turned it over 21 times.
"It was recognition, we didn't come off the pick and rolls and the ball screens as strong as we needed to," IU coach Tom Crean said. "We didn't lower our shoulder and play through the contact like we needed to.
"They did a very good job of taking away the elbows from us. So, what we missed with our head down a little bit was the next pass."
IU had 24 turnovers against Florida Gulf Coast.
"That's our biggest fault right now," junior guard Verdell Jones III said. "That has been a huge problem for me and the team the last few years. If we want to win games against big-time teams, we're going to have to cut them down."
Crean said the mistakes are correctable.
"There were times we were really trying to get to the basket and we missed open guys," he said. "That's stuff that we can teach them off of film and be better with. But there's no question we have to get better at taking care of the ball, but the positive side is, (Wright State) only got six points off those turnovers."