D’Angelo Roberts arrested, charged with alcohol consumption

Indiana football recruit D’Angelo Roberts was among 13 people arrested at a Bloomington apartment complex this weekend.

Roberts, the record-setting running back at Bloomington North, was among 12 individuals charged with illegal consumption of alcohol.

Another individual, 22-year-old Omar Shabah Scales, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

At around 2 a.m. Friday, Bloomington police Sgt. Joe Crider said, police were called to Arlington Park apartments because of a fight.

When police entered Apt. 715 and broke up the fight, they realized most of the inhabitants were underage.

North football coach Scott Bless said he did not know about the incident when contacted today. A call to an Indiana University spokesman has not been returned.

News reporter Christy Mullins contributed to this report.

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Crean on Jordan Hulls

Indiana’s Jordan Hulls is fouled by Ohio State’s David Lighty during Friday’s Big Ten game. Chris Howell | Herald-Times

Jordan Hulls scored 10 points in the first half Friday, on 4-of-7 shooting.

In the second half, he shot the ball only twice and spent most of his time on the floor setting screens and facilitating for his teammates.

Given that Hulls came into Friday a 54.8 percent 3-point shooter and that the long ball is the easiest way to cut into a 13-point halftime deficit, I asked Indiana coach Tom Crean why Hulls only shot the ball twice (making one, and the other probably going in if Victor Oladipo does not try to tap it).

What followed was a lengthy answer that would be a disservice to Crean to break up. So here it is, in its entirety:

“I don’t think it was anything they did. I think he facilitated a lot. We need Jordan to be aggressive. We need him on the court. I don’t think they took him away, I think he came off pick-and-roll.

“The one thing he had to do was we put him in our five-spot in our basic offense because that’s just the way it was. He’s the one guy who knows that position when we didn’t have a five-spot player in there. If you look at this, and if you look at the film I think you’ll see this, him being on the floor, even though he wasn’t shooting, we were really getting some great looks at the basket when he was on the court.


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Ohio State handles IU

Indiana shot 50 percent from the field for the first time since its last win, but that was rendered irrelevant Friday night because its opponent shot well beyond that.

Ohio State finished the game at 60.5 percent from the field, which actually represented a cooling after a 71.4 percent first half. The Buckeyes knocked down 13 3-pointers and grabbed 30 of the game’s 50 rebounds to cruise to an 85-67 victory.

Junior guard William Buford led all scorers with 24 points, knocking down five 3-pointers. Freshman forward Jared Sullinger scored 19 points, knocking down 5 of 6 field goal attempts and 9 of 12 free throws while grabbing nine rebounds. Senior guard Jon Diebler had 15 points on a perfect 5-for-5 day from beyond the 3-point arc and senior guard David Lighty had 11 points and five assists.

Ohio State took a double-digit lead early in the game, though IU shot well enough to keep it from getting completely out of hand. Sophomore forward Christian Watford looked recovered from back spasms and scored 17 points. Freshman guard Victor Oladipo had 14 points, six rebounds and two assists, and sophomore guard Jordan Hulls added 12 points. the Hoosiers shot 50 percent from the field (25-for-50) and 9-for-24 from beyond the 3-point arc. However, the game was never in single digits in the second half.

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