The Indiana Hoosiers will again be without guard Maurice Creek after he injured his foot in practice this past Sunday. The redshirt junior is out indefinitely, and there is no timetable for a return. Creek is averaging three points and 1.6 rebounds per game this season.
Creek has been dealing with serious injuries basically since he set foot in Bloomington back in 2009. He suffered a season-ending knee injury after he started the first 12 games of his freshman season, and had to sit out the season after another knee injury in 2010-11, this time a stress fracture. Fast forward a year, and Creek tore his Achilles tendon before the season could even start, and he ended up redshirting. He finally got back on the court for Indiana this season, and was averaging over 11 minutes per game before going down with another injury.
The Hoosiers are in action on Wednesday night against Mt. Saint Mary's, and are trying to get back in the win column after being upset by Butler on Saturday.