Last season, Armaan Franklin averaged just 13 minute a game, and scored an average of 3.7 points per game on the court for Indiana.

This season he’s doing better.

Franklin, the third guard in the Hoosiers lineup, does it all. And in the Indiana game with Stanford last week he scored 13 points for his third career double-digit scoring game, along with pulling down eight rebounds and adding five assists.

After shaking off a nine-point, eight-rebound performance in the Hoosiers 69-67 loss to Florida State, Franklin posted a career game against South Alabama on Sunday.

The Hoosiers easily put away the Lions, 87-52, and Franklin ended the game with career highs in scoring with 19, and three-pointers with three.

Franklin and the Hoosiers will have a short break, and won’t take to the floor again until Saturday, Dec. 19 when they take on Butler.