Indiana continued its hot shooting to roll past another oppoenet and improve to 11-1.
IU connected on nearly 51 percent of its field goals while holding Florida Atlantic to just 34 percent shooting.
The Hoosiers rode a dominant first half to an 88-52. Indiana scored 55 of its 88 in the first half alone.
Cody Zeller scored a season high of 24 points. Coach Tom Crean stated that he had been working hard to improve his free throw shooting and it showed. Zeller connected on 12 of his 13 free throw attempts.
Christian Watford had 17 points. Victor Oladipo added 16 points and had eight rebounds. Jordan Hulls gave the Hoosiers 10 points.
Yogi Ferrell strugged from the field, hitting just 1-of-4 shots and finished with 4 points. He did have five assists, but also turned that ball over 4 times.
Turnovers were once againt too high as the Hoosiers gave up the ball 15 times. IU did manage to out rebound Florida Atlantic 39-22.
The Hoosiers are looking better and better as the season rolls on and it is very clear that the Butler loss has pushed this group to work harder as a team.
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