Yogi Ferrell's sisters, mom display pride with strong T-shirt game

DES MOINES, Iowa -- Smack in the middle of the Indiana cheering section Saturday at Wells Fargo Arena, Yogi Ferrell's family sat in the front row at midcourt across from the benches as the Hoosiers battled Kentucky in the Round of 32.

And the Ferrells were easy to spot.

Alongside Yogi's dad, Kevin Ferrell, Ferrell's mother, Libby, and sisters Khloe, 14, and Kelsey, 17, wore shirts to show their pride in the second-team All-America point guard.

The Ferrells had the shirts made during a trip to the mall in Indianapolis before the trip to Des Moines.

"We kind of put our heads together," Libby Ferrell said of the Yogi-inspired shirts, which they also wore during IU's first round game against Chattanooga.

And they're not planning to stop with these designs.

"We have more," Khloe Ferrell said.

Yogi Ferrell, in a much-anticipated matchup with first-team All-American Tyler Ulis of Kentucky. Ferrell, Indiana's leading scorer and the school's career-record-holder in assists, chipped in seven points in 19 minutes during the first half.

The tight game did not worry his sister and mothers.

"We're going to keep going," Libby Ferrell said.