Indiana will be without starting sophomore forward De’Ron Davis indefinitely, because of a non-contact injury suffered in practice Thursday. Coach Archie Miller confirmed Davis’ injury in his pre-Minnesota meeting with the media Friday. Miller termed the problem a “lower-leg injury,” and said the 6-10 sophomore will be out until IU can nail down the specific nature of the problem. “It was a non-contact injury, but he’ll be out indefinitely until we have just a 100 percent clear indication of it,” Miller said. “Obviously we’re moving forward as a group, and as we head to Minnesota, we know we have a heck of a challenge. A starter in all 15 of Indiana’s games this season, Davis averages 9.6 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. He boasts the Hoosiers’ highest block rate, and only Juwan Morgan has attempted more free throws.