BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - Indiana routed an outmatched Savannah State team 95-49 Saturday night, following their win over Pittsburgh in the Big Ten/ACC challenge
After a sloppy start, Indiana (7-1) settled down and handled Savannah State's (3-6) full-court pressure, consistently knocking down open looks in the half court when the Tigers' fell back into a 2-3 zone.
The Tigers got their fair share of looks against Indiana as well, but struggled to convert, shooting 32.1 percent from the field and 22.7 percent from behind the arc.
Indiana was led by the backcourt tandem of junior point guard Yogi Ferrell and freshman James Blackmon Jr., with each scoring 18 points. Along with Ferrell and Blackmon Jr., the Hoosiers had a balanced scoring attack, with 10 players getting in the scoring column, including four players in double figures.
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