Hoosiers shoot better than 70 percent from field in lopsided victory


Men at work versus boys.

That was the feel of Indiana’s 93-54 victory against Mount St. Mary’s on Wednesday night at Assembly Hall as the Hoosiers (10-1) rebounded from their first loss of the season.

Since the Mountaineers (4-5) didn’t pose any threat, Tom Crean and company could concentrate on some of the finer points of their game as they begin the climb back up the rankings after falling to No. 6 after an overtime loss to Butler.

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